I like comics, I live in Portland, blah blah blah
Not that I’ve seen, but I really wouldn’t expect them to.
And honestly, I’m kind of delighted by the whole thing.
There’s such a strong feeling of cynicism whenever we kill off any character that it can be difficult to get readers emotionally invested in the story that you’re telling. So the fact that people got as upset about Sharon’s seeming demise as they did proved that they believed in the veracity of the story, and were affected by it. And that’s pretty great for a storyteller.
I don’t know, but I’m sure that it will come out next week and the Internet will tell me all about it.
it profoundly horrifies me. call me naïve but I really thought we’d be past all this by now. I really did.
Two of my kids are African-American and all of my kids are Jewish… there is a laundry list of things I am not looking forward to having to explain to them.
I keep hoping that I wake up one day and racism and anti-Semitism is cured. is someone working on that? is there an app?