I haven’t bought an “event” comic since Batman #500 and Cable #1 in the summer of 1993.
I bought Action Comics #1000 today, with a board and poly bag.
And let me tell you, it’s a great book.
If you ever find yourself starting to doubt rock ‘n’ roll, take a look at this. It doesn’t even matter that “Tougher Than the Rest” is musically the same as “Brilliant Disguise” and that they’re both on Tunnel of Love. What matters is the cutaways to these couples, the band, Bruce’s boots…what matters is freaking Patti Scialfa.
What do you think? What do we actually lose if Facebook goes away? Do we lose anything? I’m starting to think not.
I deleted the app from my phone yesterday (but have not, yet deleted my account), and I already feel more present and mindful. If you’re of the opinion that “present” and “mindful” are trippy buzzwords, you still have to admit: we’re trading information from which Facebook makes billions for the “free” use of a service that most of us don’t really like.
DC is publishing a Superman Zero Hour trade. CBR explores the timing:
This is a repost from a few weeks ago, because now I am thinking KFC should havr delpoyed these during last week’s KFC run in the UK.