know it’s a bit silly, but the first thing I picked up when I finally got a library card, was a couple of the Tinker Bell comic books from Disney. I grabbed four of these comics from the library; Tinker Bell and the Flying Monster, Tinker Bell and Blaze, Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure, and Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy. They were all a lot of fun, definitely children’s comics, and just a genuinely good read.
I cannot stop smiling about this week’s episode. It was all about Mad Sweeney, who’s my favorite, and his travels with two very strong women, played by the same actress. Woven through the modern day story is the story of how Mad Sweeney came to America, narrated by the one and only Mr. Ibis, who – as Mr. Jacquel remarks in the beginning of the episode – has a story to tell.
Fangirls, I’m still new to the video gaming world. I’ve only had my 3DS since June, but I’ve already finished two games, nearly finished one, and just started a new one. And my main focus has been The Legend of Zelda series, for various reasons. The main reason being the stories that the series tells.
Fangirls, it finally happened. After waiting pretty much my entire life, I was finally able to get a hold on a copy of Sleeping Beauty. Emily, who had been highly anticipating my watching of the film, sat down & watched with me. And oh my goodness it was fantastic.
So I go on library binges. They aren’t as often as they should be, but when I do, I take out a ton of books. Now that I know the size of my library’s graphic novels, I’m set to live out my broke days by just borrowing their books.
So when I was on a binge the other day, I was really excited to see that one of my favorite childhood books was turned into a graphic novel. Artemis Fowl was a series by Eoin Colfer featuring a 12 year old boy (Artemis) who was born into a crime family. The type of crime Artemis is interested in, isn’t the same as the rest of his family, his interest is fairies.