Thanks @lejaclyn! This is good stuff, I’m gonna check out this album.
Her comic is the kind that seldom appears,
genuinely smart& innovative.
More often than not, she is teaching her readers. From Victor Hugo novels to Ada Lovelace's relationship to Lord Byron.
In the end she has a sharp wit that is unwavering and unmatched by any other comic I've seen!
She doesn't just do history but I think it's her specialty.
Wikipedia is handy if you aren't a history major!
My closest friends are extroverted 'rovers' and after almost a lifetime of wishing that I could be as outgoing and uninhibited as them, this article was illuminating and brilliant.
Society really does punish introversion, but this article sheds some light on why its so sick and misguided to try and 'cure' shy people with drugs.
This is an amazing website. It features t-shirts for men, women and children using the book cover designs of great classics or original art designs based around the titles.
It also supports the Books For Africa foundation and donates one book for every shirt sold.
I really enjoyed this. The combat is pretty simplistic. It's basically "run vaguely in the direction of an enemy and mash A", but there are more challenging mobs as you progress. The storyline is fun and I love how much freedom there is. The characters are very vivid and I loved the celebrity voice-overs. Especially Simon Pegg!