While my dogs are mostly unphased by the local fireworks, pardoning when some folks get a little crazy, I’m often reminded of this comic on The Oatmeal:

For the most part, it still seems appropriate.

Longer version of something I scrolled past on D*, and very worth it: Zen Pencils: Stephen King The Desk.

As someone who appreciates a spacious desk, and knows the grumbles of a rather small one, I too would kinda take the L in the corner over the t.rex desk, lol.

Watching Stumptown, I think I’m definitely going to enjoy this series and how full of character is. Characters make entertaining stories.

Also, I’m not sure what’s worse: how much Dex’s car reminds me of the two most significant Fords in my life thus far, or that I too, would probably take that deal for the price, lol.

Comicbook.com: Marvel Comics: Who is Death’s Head?

Surprising thing to come across, scrolling through my Google News feed. Don’t recall Death’s Head seeing a lot of exposure here in the United States, but when I was a kid I found the series quite entertaining and hard to come by. We never got to read many issues, and I’m a little surprised anyone remembers the character at this point. I at least enjoyed the character ^_^, although more so ‘II and his sidekick Tuck I suppose.

In fact, somewhere in my closet is a small cache of DH/DHII comics from my childhood neatly tucked away for easy reach. Where most of my other comics from back there are stuffed in a box in a dusty corner, lol.


Sigh, floating around the Internet I find there are a lot more light novels translated then I had hoped. In fact there’s even a notable one who seems to have distribution with most major e-book and remaining channels for p-books. Which is kind of nice as I prefer have preferences when it comes to those e-book platforms.

Better or worse danger when a series you enjoyed is also available :/.

I am reminded that the upside to being a kid was always having time to read. The upside to being an adult is having money to buy a book every now and then without having to trade any in at the used bookstore (good luck finding those). The quasi constant is unless there is never enough storage space for physical books.

Sadly, one of my favourite stories originated as a LN series and to my knowledge has never been translated. The anime and manga adaptions did make it over the English, and I have both, but the original source material remains Japanese only and well beyond my parser level :'(.