silver snail is dangerous for me....as I always want to buy everything
It's usually less so for me. I have no interest in the toys and only a nostalgic eye for superheroes; I'm more tempted at the Beguiling - and feel kind of guilty that I didn't spend my dollars there.
whereas with me, it's the toys I want!
I have a thing for kitschy vinyl figures
Well, I don't share, or even really comprehend, your interest, but I'm glad to hear you aren't in there snapping up the latest issue of Radioactive Man.
no idea what that even is!
Ahem - ladies and gentlemen, please fasten your seatbelts; it seems we have among us someone who, somehow, has not, even by osmosis, picked up Simpsons references. Until the authorities meet us on the tarmac, I can not guarantee this vessel's safety.
ahhhh...see, i watch Simpsons, but that went over my head. I thought it was a real comic...which proves I only like comic stores for graphic novels, and vinyl figures....
Come to think of it, I had to google it in order to remember the name myself.
When you say graphic novels, what kind of work are you talking about? Personally, I expect my next purchase to be the paperback edition of Chester Brown's Riel.
i have only gotten into some recently, so am new with the whole thing...but I love Daniel Clowes work, have most of his.... and some other guy whose name escapes me
There's something I don't like about Clowes' artwork, so I've never given him a fair chance.
I haven't tried him in a very long time - maybe I'll give him a second chance.
i love things that have that 50s look to them...after all, my fave comics are Archie!
(I can't believe i just admitted that_
I can't believe you admitted it either. You do realize you have just shattered your comical credibility, don't you?
(Actually, I do have a soft spot in my heart for Jughead's single-minded gluttony; and I sometimes wonder if Betty 'n Veronica's fashion sense doesn't have something to do with my appreciation for short skirts.)
hey, what can I say.... i am a sucker for cleaky squeen fun!
(har har har.... i mixed up the words on purpose)
Glad you had a good time shopping (which you so rarely do, so it's totally excuseable that you went on an entire goddamn -spree-)
You're such a wonderful nerd...
As for the Molson-Coors essay- I can't wait to read it since, as you could've guessed, I've kept up with that little story.
Be sure to stick in a part about the way the actually *advertise* the beer.
Evenin' darling girl.
You'll need to wait for the essay, since serious writing hasn't been in the cards for me today. I don't know if can say much about the marketing, though, since I hardly see any of it (though I did see something the other day that suggests babes-in-bikinis is back in style - god bless the millions of men who think with their hormones, eh? Hooray for gratuitous t&a! Want to pose for the up-coming version of my site?).
Much love to you, too.