I thought I would be really cool and wear leopard print to the beach, but the fabric sticks terribly when water is involved, so at the end of the day I tried to put the shirt back on and it stuck to itself and to me and I ended up locked in this hideous pretzel of vertical t-rex arms, coated in a grimey sludge of sunscreen and sand, choking on windblown beach hair, whimpering for my friend to come and help out. Elegance personified.
Um, I think that would be beneficial for a total of nobody because you’re a meanie and the I’d have to listen to ‘Go your own way’ on repeat again, and my record does not deserve that mistreatment. Again.
- eagerness & desire, by Noora Heikkilä [x], on gumroad
These comics and books have all been on my wanted list for FAAAAAAAAAAR too long, and I regret only one thing : that I haven’t bought them before.
I am really bad at doing reviews, so I’am not gonna try and spoil / ruin the thing for you guys, but I can say that I really enjoyed a lot every single one of these art master pieces, that I actually read in a row, like an ogress released on food after a no eating diet of a year :D So, yeah, I definitely recommand them all to you!
Also, I’ll you know that Tumblr gave me a really hard time putting the links at the right place gararadsafsg, so you don’t get the direct links to gumroad for icarus and eagerness & desire, but GO, GO BUY IT AND READ IT <3
Bill & Ted’s Excellent Comic Book Archive(BOOM! Studios)
Hardcover/full color/$34.99 (US)
Due in stores 27 January 2016
Screenplay adaptation, original series story, pencils: Evan Dorkin
Inks: Marie Severin, Stephen DeStefano, David Mazzucchelli, Evan Dorkin, Jimmy Palmiotti , Brian Garvey, “Inks ‘r’ Us”
Colors: Robbie Busch, Dana Moreshead, Evan Skolnick
“The most non-non-non-NON-Heinous Eisner Award-nominated series, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Comic Book has returned! Completely re-mastered and collected in prestigious hardcover format, experience the entire Dorkin Bill & Ted run like never before. Station! Includes the bodacious adaptation of Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey, a foreword by Evan Dorkin, and behind-the-scenes art.”