Took a little time off from just about everything, and then had our backup vacation to Denver this week get cancelled since all the flights got cancelled so that was fun. Mostly it's just I didn't feel like looking at my phone for too long when I had a headache for a couple of days and then once that starts it's almost a habit. Will be getting back to normalcy or whatever passes for it for me now, and getting my COVID vaccination tomorrow so I should be around more again.
Anyone see the grandmother from Vegas that says she captured a picture of a demon standing over her sleeping grandchildren. Crazy s***.
I don't see s*** for horns according to this picture. Clearly not a demon then. Also, LOL at The Sun. UK's version of the EnquirerA TERRIFIED grandma has pleaded for help after spotting a “demon” lurking over her baby’s bed. After the first alleged encounter, Tory McKenzie, from Las Vegas in Nevada, set up a motio…www.thesun.co.uk
I am not a particular fan of comics, but this is just sad. Manga destroying Comics in America.
I am fan of spider-man as I watched the Spider-man cartoon as a kid & like that I can relate to Spider-man.
I wonder if this builds of the online steaming presence Anime has from so many app services like Crunchyroll or Funimation or even the volume of Anime on Hulu and Netflix versus American.
It's interesting though because there is a huge cinema presence from Marvel/DC, but maybe Anime/Mange is getting the edge slowly from the shear amount produced and available and often the animation is just better.
It's a type of tree with little needles on it that stays green throughout the year. Ever(doesn't change)Green(color).Speaking of Evergreen what exactly happened? I’ve seen jokes and memes everywhere but haven’t taken the time to look up what actually happened.
How old are you?There's at least 30-40 people I went to school with that are now dead. The ones that i were close with, I haven't seen them in years since becoming a hermit. Suicides. Murders. Overdoses. Unexplained illnesses. We had the biggest class of kids ever and it remained that way for several years. I guess that's natures way of thinning us out.
I can only speak for myself, but as a former kid who loved Marvel comics and an adult who loves the movies now, I don't read comics only because everything is so confusing and expensive.
If you search a random super hero on Amazon you'll get countless hits. just search Captain America. Where do you start? You obviously want to follow a particular story arc and good luck sorting through all that.
I went looking for some of the comics I read as a kid, basically the old school GI Joe stuff and I either can't find them, or if I do they are multiple dollars for a digital version of a single comic (that back in the day cost pocket change). Even then there's multiple releases of the same thing, often in different sized bundles. Once they had a sale and I bought a bunch of comics digitally dirt cheap and I ended up with a mish mosh of stuff, some of which ended in the middle of stories, others that were complete.
I even have a Comoxology subscription through Amazon and it is still super confusing. It gives me a headache to even figure out where to start. Again too you run into paywalls, and paying a few bucks for a comic can add up in a hurry, considering you can read a comic in minutes.
I'm not sure if it is just me, but I doubt it. It seems this stuff has been re-booted and re-released so many times now that it is all over the place.
At one point I had stumbled upon some of the Vision comics that was sort of what the recent TV show was based on, but I don't know if I could even find that arc again.
I'm sure I would love it if someone could guide me through it, but the whole damn thing gave me a headache.