The photos: go live on Instagram as I edit them and appear here in digest form every Sunday.
Not pictured: I creep ever closer to the end of CABLE & DEADPOOL. Someday I'll even finish it.
I also started the issue of ANDROMEDA SPACEWAYS INFLIGHT MAGAZINE from the Hugo Packet. I guess I should probably photograph Murchie with it, seeing as how it's a book-length volume with a proper cover, but... yeah. I bug the little dude enough.
Finally, I busted out all the stops and finished A MEMORY OF LIGHT last Sunday instead of pacing myself. I was like, "I'll just get to the end of the three-hundred screen chapter," but that quickly turned into, "OMG I MUST READ EVERYTHING RIGHT NOW WITH NO BREAKS."
Y'all know how it is when you finally reach the climax of one of the defining series of your childhood.
You've read Noelle Stevenson's NIMONA, right? If not, please be aware it's a super-awesome comic about a young shapeshifter who decides to become a villain's sidekick. There's hilarity and emotional resonance and good bad people and bad good people and A FRICKIN' DRAGON.
I like it when there's a dragon. Please fill me in on all the things about dragons so I can read or watch them.
This was my third time through NIMONA, which I followed in its original webcomic form, so I regret I cannot include it on any of my Best of 2015 lists. I'm also sad, sad, sad I can't nominate it for a Hugo next year, since I don't believe there's enough new material in the print edition to qualify it as a full-on 2015 modified reissue.
I won't review NIMONA here, but I did write a fairly detailed response for Lady Business's Superheroic Women event. Be forewarned: the piece includes some spoilers, and I think the warning was embedded in the cut tag so it doesn't appear within the post itself.