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Not pictured: tons more UNCANNY X-MEN. Lemme tell you, all these early-90s 40- to 60-page issues are gonna be the death of me. WHY, MARVEL? WHYYYYYYY?
I hit #325 last night, so now I'm gonna backtrack and read Age of Apocalypse. Let's hope the vast majority of the issues are twenty-four pages.
I finished THE WITCH WHO CAME IN FROM THE COLD, too, so expect a spotlight post about Serial Box Publishing in the near future.
Murchie's beloved sheep-shaped pillow has lost most of its floof and gained more than a few stains. Luckily, my local thrift shop yielded a brand new cow-shaped pillow he can use as a substitute.
The little dude's still getting used to this new level of comfort.
He curled up on it the other day while I finished rereading the eighth and final FLIGHT anthology. The FLIGHT series brings together a couple hundred pages of short comics per volume. Most of them are all-ages, with the caveat that some of the offerings may scare really little kids, and editor Kazu Kibuishi solicits work from non-Americans and POC as well as white American creators. The volumes are usually contain more work by men than women, but in every other respect they're a real treat. I'm glad I took the time to revisit this one.