You know its a good day when you’ve read a manga with lots of Nazi Brutality and John Carpenter’s The Thing nuances.
Aside from that, I read LumberJanes #33.
I’ve been reading this comic for, huh, 2 years now. Soon to be 3 years on Sunday. This comic has been a part of my life for a while. Only other comic I’ve been reading for longer than this one is Invincible, and even that I still have thoughts of dropping like a sack of puppies (but thats a rant for another day).
But this one, LumberJanes… I don’t know what it is that keeps me wanting to know more about the characters and their relationships. I absolutely recommend it to anyone who likes fun as hell stories.
The other comic I’ll talk about is All-Star Batman #5.
After Scott Snyder’s run on Batman finished, I was a little sad since the last issue of the main Bat-Title was apparently going to be his last Batman writing job.
‘Or so I thought.’ Whoever told me that was a damn FOOL.
And you know what? I love this series so far. I love the utter embrace of stupid villains and seriously dark themes.
You know. All the shit that Batman SHOULD be.
Look at this scene from All-Star Batman #2, if you don’t believe me:
“Gentlemen Ghost holding an Uzi on the back of a Semi Truck.”
That is not only amazing, but completely stupid. He’s a damn GHOST holding a GUN hanging onto a MOVING VEHICLE FOR DEAR LIFE.
WHAT THE HELL. I LOVE IT.
Later desu yo koitsu wa.