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“You know, I think I’m finally getting the hang of the British crossword.”

Vanitas no Carte vol.3 magazine vs. tankobon - differences

Just a few differences I spotted between the magazine release of the chapters and the final versions published in volume 3.

Bear in mind that I haven’t combed through the text and don’t know if it has changed in any way, mainly because I don’t have all the GanGan Joker issues with me; I’m  looking for background changes and redraws, and using the YenPress English edition as reference.

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My faves on the cover of RS 🙌❤️


Time Magazine - July 16, 1979

« Do you see the man? » the prosecutor asked last week in a Miami courtroom. On the witness stand, the pretty blond woman swiveled in her chair and pointer a quivering finger at a slender, dark-haired man. « Would you identify him for the record? » continued the prosecutor. The silence that followed was suddenly broken by the suspect, who is leading his own defense. « That’s Mr. Bundy, » he said, referring to himself in the third person. « Thank you, Mr. Bundy, » said the judge. Replied the defendant: « You’re welcome. »

Courtroom Sketches from Notable Cases

O.J. Simpson during the 1995 trial for the double-murder of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goodman

Charles Manson during the trial for the murder of Sharon Tate. Manson leaped from the defense table with a pencil in hand, attempting to stab the justice Charles H. Older

John Hinckley hunches over during the trial for the attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan

Sirhan Sirhan was convicted of the 1968 assassination of U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy

David Berkowitz, the infamous “Son of Sam” serial killer

Mick Jagger testifies during the “Just Another Night” trial

James Earl Ray sits as he learns his conviction of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Barry Bonds was accused repeatedly of lying when he testified under oath that he never knowingly used performance enhancing drugs

Roman Polanski being examined during the trial for raping a 13 year old girl at the home of Jack Nicholson

Michael Jackson during the trial for child molestation in Santa Monica, California

Larry Flynt looks on during the “Hustler Magazine” case at the Supreme Court

The trial for the major political scandal of Watergate following the break-in at the Democratic National Committee headquarters

Timothy J. McVeigh during the trial for the Oklahoma City Bombing

Suge Knight during the trial for murder and attempted murder


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This product is a real multi functional case which adds new value to the fact that our phone is one of the things which is always with us. So why not add a whole lot of functionality to it.


[X] Snacktime!

Every parent dreads the day when they have an empty nest.
Bruce Wayne is no different.
Only Damian really lives at home now.
Or at least Bruce thinks he does? He hasn’t actually seen him for a week.

Alfred will sometimes find Bruce in the Cave, sifting through old newspaper articles of the many adventures he had had with his children. Or he’ll be sat in his study, WE work ignored on his laptop,while he rearranges the photographs on his desk for the umpteenth time.

All robins eventually learn how to fly, and so do children.
Unlike robins, children, however, always seem to know the way back home.

All of the Batkids just waltz through the Manor’s front door without knocking.
The first port of call, is to rifle through the mail for any letters that had been sent to the Manor (or in Jason’s case, the magazine he liked reading as a teen, that Bruce has never stopped the subscription for.)

The second stop is the kitchen. Always, the kitchen. A quick hello to Alfred before the fridge is raided and the random prodigal child is off in search of whatever had called them back home for.

Without fail, the final stop. Each child always pokes their heads around Bruce’s study and gives him a wave, a hug, a hello, before disappearing off.

Times like this, when his children actually remember that Wayne Manor exists?
Alfred will find Bruce stood at the top of the grand staircase listening.
Not just to the arguments, although there were a lot.
Oh no, he also listens to how the kids have just come home as if they had never left. Slotting back in. Filling the Manor with their favourite shows, activities and general chatter.
Bringing the manor back to life again.

All children grow up. All children will one day, fly the nest.
However, no matter what life throws at the Batkids, come hell or high water, even death itself. Each of them can walk through Wayne Manor’s doors and just for a moment, feel the weight of adulthood lift from their shoulders.

It may take longer for some of them, than the others, but in the end? Deep down, beneath all the bravado and angst? Each Batkid knows that they can always come home.

And that is why Bruce Wayne stands at the top of the staircase and …. smiles.
Well, until the novelty wears off and he goes from Batdad to Batman on 0.2 seconds after someone falls off the chandelier for the millionth time!