And is anyone else just super glad that Ezra Miller and Jason Momoa are in this? :)
And now to the bad a**es of superhero TV - the awesomeness that is Legends of Tomorrow!
This week I read The Tea Dragon Society by Katie O'Neill (known to the web as Strangely Katie.)
Argh! It's SO good! XD
I'll be reviewing it at the end of October/beginning of November-ish! (And probably gushing quite a bit!)
Related: Mini-Review! (Graphic Novel Edition!) - The Tea Dragon Society by Katie O'Neill
After literally making a deal with people who trade in blood and suffering, Marvel did something we haven't seen much of lately - IT ACTUALLY LISTENED TO ITS FANS!
So they've dropped the deal.
I really have no idea what they were thinking to begin with - probably something along the lines of 'oh, if we can make Captain America a freaking Nazi, then I guess we can do whatever the f**k we want!' - but at least they've come to their senses on this one!
In other Marvel news, Stan Lee gave us all a message this week - one that really makes me wish he was still in charge of the day-to-day running of things...
Marvel, THIS is the spirit you need to embody - every time you go to do something horrible and/or support arms companies and Nazis, I want you to think of Stan Lee being disappointed in you.
You may or may not remember a blogpost I wrote last year with a list of graphic novels with Latino, Latina, or Latinx main characters.
I've now made a List Challenges list from that blogpost - so check it out! :)
So that's it for this week! Don't forget to comment and share!
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