Batman - Hush #610
Written by Jeph Loeb
Art b Jim Lee
I thought I could finish Saturn Apartments today but I’m way too sleepy. At least I read Slam Dunk 7 which is honestly the best volume in a while. All the characters were so cool and… Well, I liked this. Sorry, I’m having trouble concentrating because my neighbours are screwing so damn loudly. Well, the woman is loud anyway. And I’m sleepy, I really have to try to close my eyes. But it’s great that Slam Dunk got better.
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I’m going to have a busy day but I’ll try to read the comics I have and I started my morning by finishing The Last of Us: American Dreams. I don’t know anything about the game so I wasn’t too excited about this but the artwork is good and Ellie’s a great character.
Remember when Hellboy had a crossover with Beasts of Burden and it was adorable and great?
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When I saw the amazing book trailer for Terra I fell in love (go and watch it, it has Neil Gaiman, Amanda Palmer and lots of wonderful people). I knew I had to read this and when I saw Terra (with the author’s signature) in London I just couldn’t resist.
Now it’s finished and I’m so happy I got to read this wonderful book. I’m happy, even though the ending made me cry a little.
great new print to celebrate Bookstore Day in California
by Lemony Snicket @DanielEPHandler and Seth
George R.R. Martin, A Storm of Swords