I do not promise coherency. This is maybe four posts, compiled into one big "I need to sleep but I need to post" post. I promise post-finals I will scan in Mr. T and the T Force!arionhunter
: *just bought a book on the making of camp* I cannot wait for finals to be overdingsi
: *hug* stressful?arionhunter
: Yeah, and irritating because I have books! And I want to read them now
: i know that feeling. it's like getting chocolate for easter and being expected to NOT eat it right away arionhunter
I have a book on rhetoric and argumentation that takes on street preachers!
I know that's not sexy to everyone, but I'd hit it with a ten-foot pole.dingsi
: hah! I can see why
Things comics have given us that are questionable - the series "Lynch Mob
." (man in the middle with the glowy fist is Lynch). The main character may or may not be a man of color whose codename is "Lynch." I do not have the time to take scans, but in the first issue Lynch's skintone considerably is darker than the white people he stands next to. The writer never clarifies Lynch's ethnicity, as they're all too busy fighting a hot anthropomorphized female computer AI in a bikini.
Then again, this imprint also gave comics "Smiley the Psychotic Button," whose first issue ends with Smiley realizing he, as a button, has no penis so he can't have dream-sex with Lady Death.
-My first cat macro starring Cat
-( Summer reading list, mainly for personal reference. )