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Stephen King’s The Dark Tower

Book One: The Gunslinger

(con’t from the last post)

In the last post I described how the man in black made it clear to Jake that he was going to die by telling the gunslinger (in the presence of the boy) that only them two would hold council together on the other side of the mountain. 386 more words


'John Carpenter's Asylum #1' Review

Written by: Matt Molgaard

Thanks to Comixology I caught wind of a graphic novel I may missed. John Carpenter’s Asylum managed to fly under the radar for me, but a notification and some subsequent digging turns up a fair little story. 268 more words


Ineluctable Modality of the Visible

A really great project here that I wanted to share–Ulysses Seen, a serialized graphic remediation of Joyce’s novel. The site also includes many helpful resources. 30 more words

Book Review: Fun Home

Today’s book review is Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home, a story of Bechdel’s own childhood, in which her father was a closeted homosexual. This is not much of a spoiler, because from the first chapter, you begin to see that there is something clearly strange about her father. 545 more words


Nonfiction November: My list of potentials

It’s back! Lu (Regular Rumination) and Kim (Sophisticated Dorkiness), along with two new co-hosts are bringing back one of my favorite blogging events, … 209 more words


{19} Pride and Joy (Runaways Vol. 1) by Brian K. Vaughn

“How is it possible that our parents lied to us?”

“Lets see: Santa, the Tooth Fairy,the Easter bunny,um, God. You’re the prettiest kid in school. This wont hurt a bit.

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