Keb wrote:Yeah I returned it with no questions asked. Then I made a Ricky Martin joke and we all laughed. It was harmonious!
Have you tried Elephantmen or Hack/Slash from Image?
Not yet but I am curious about Elephantmen and I have been eying Atomic Robo lately too...
Why not try the first Sandman trade?
Honestly, if my LCS has a copy when I go in this week, I'll probably pick it up. I was just wanting something a little lighter for a break.
If you do plan on tracking down the Kirby Cap, try going for the paperbacks. I got all three for like $8 a piece. Much cheaper than the omnibus.
Probably not a bad idea. Especially since I am running out of room.
I wish I had a recliner. I tried reading on a chez lounger or whatever the fuck it's call and ended up just lying down and then I started falling asleep. Then I tried reading on the balcony in a muskoka chair and that was really uncomfortable.
I will admit, finding just the right spot to get comfortable while reading a large book like a Marvel Omnibus or a DC Absolute can be tough. They really should take this into account.
Arion wrote:Poor books. This must be the most depressing post I've read in this thread.
I know, that's why I always try to give them a nice home when I get them.
Victorian Squid wrote:If you're talking about Amazon, their working conditions have been written about, and those workers are given very little time to traffic huge warehouses and process those orders. Like robotically little time. So no, they aren't thinking of you at all as they aren't given the time to think about anything really.
So, poor people actually, you weirdos.
Just another reason why I don't like to order from Amazon whenever I can find it at a brick and mortar store.