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review 2018-04-19 01:33
Punisher plus War Machine Armor?
The Punisher (2016-) #220 - Matt Rosenberg,Guiu Vilanova,Clayton Crain

Still awesome.  

 

Loving this whole concept, and the character is perfect in this. 

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review 2018-04-03 08:10
Comic Sans Murder (Dangerous Type, #3)
Comic Sans Murder - Paige Shelton

I always enjoy Paige Shelton's cozies.  She write a great backdrop, mostly interesting characters, if sometimes a little, tiny bit wooden, and generally plots a decent mystery.  This is the third series of hers I've read, I think, and though I liked the characters in her ghost series better, the setting for this series is my favorite so far.  A shop that focuses on all things related to traditional printing: a replica Gutenberg press, bespoke stationary, book and typewriter repairs.  Set in a ski resort town in Utah.  It just sounds like an amazing way to earn a living.

 

The mystery in this one should have been obvious to me, but somehow it wasn't.  I might not have been paying attention, or it might've been just good writing on Shelton's part.  I'm inclined to give her the credit.  A solid, dependable series in the cozy genre.

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review 2018-03-30 19:27
A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo - lovely children's book for charity
A Day In The Life Of Marlon Bundo - Marlon Bundo,Jill Twiss,Richard Parsons

I now own three copies: one hardcover, one kindle and one audio - which is completely lovely and well worth the donation (ALL PROCEEDS GO TO CHARITY!) After reading and listening to the audio, I've ordered 5 more copies for children I know. It's a very appropriate children's book. 

 

Common Sense Media, an independent non-profit organization helping parents make media choices for their children, gave the book a four star rating and considers it appropriate for children of four years and older, giving it its highest marks for "positive messages" and "positive role models and representations."

 

Written by Jill Twiss (with an assist from Marlon Bundo) and illustrated by EG Keller (aka Gerald Kelley) about, well... a in the life of Marlon Bundo, the real-life rabbit of the Pence family. You might know the Pence family because their dad is Mike: Vice President of the United States.

 

The pictures are really adorable and it's actually just a very lovely story about everyone being different and that's awesome. Also, it's nice to hop together rather than alone. And animals make a perfect bridal party -- I learned a lot!

 

In the audio version Jim Parsons plays Marlon Bundo, John Lithgow plays the evil stinkbug (not too scary for kids, but scary enough) and tons of other lovely voice acting in this short children's book from the likes of Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Jeff Garlin, Ellie Kemper, Jack McBrayer, and RuPaul!

 

More info on just the book, if you want it: https://youtu.be/rs2RlZQVXBU?t=14m7s

 

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review 2018-03-23 23:45
Wow, Valiant minus bloodshot=amnesia
Quantum and Woody (2013- ) #1: Digital Exclusives Edition - James Asmus,Tom Fowler,Jordie Bellaire

Maybe I just don't care for any other Valiant characters as much as Bloodshot?  I can get obsessive like that...

 

Anyway, another one with the same problem: didn't suck one star's worth, and I can't really remember anything so I can't image I thought it was a three star book.

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review 2018-03-23 23:30
I remember noting about this
Divinity #1 (of 4): Digital Exclusives Edition - Matt Kindt,Trevor Hairsine

I vaguely recalled it didn't suck one star's worth when reading the description but I read this less than a month ago - on the ninth - and nothing stuck in my brain.   I'm guessing it wasn't even worth three stars since I'm blanking on everything else.   

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