We are making our way, slowly but surely, through a ton of movies I “should” have seen when I was younger. So far it has been a lot of action movies (the Alien movies, Predator, Indiana Jones, etc), and one that I was told was a must see was Bladerunner. But I was told that it’s a long slough through Bladerunner, and it makes for a long weekend because it’s so heavy. I was also told that the book it is (loosely) based on is fantastic. So I decided to read Philip K Dick’s book, which has a mildly similar plot to Bladerunner (which we’re watching this weekend).
I didn’t think this day would ever come, Fangirls. The last time we talked about Rocket Girl was last May, and I’ve been counting down the days until it’s return. A short hiatus turned into a real long one, and my meaning in life began to be in question. However, I now stand here, within your computer, to happily recap the official return of the most beloved Rocket Girl. It’s okay, I’m tearing up a bit too.
Fangirls, I had high expectations for these issues. They were blown out of the water.
So, Fangirls! A while back, we were introduced to the intense new comic from Oni Press, the Bunker. It was one hell of a first issue, and now we’re three more deep. It’s still damn enjoyable and always has me on the edge. It’s most definitely catching you Fangirls up on, if you haven’t been anxiously following along.
Hey Fangirls! We’ve got some exciting events we’re attending this summer, and I’m pleased as punch to tell you about them!
Hey Fangirls! Last week, I got a pretty scarce pile of comics, but there was one thing I was really excited about; Shutter! It’s by Joe Keatinge, Leila Del Ducea, Owen Gieni, and Ed Brisson, and is produced by Image comics. Now, if you know me, I’ve been leaning more and more towards Image recently, and this issue really pushed me further into it.