Loved Rocket; he was all sass, especially about what a hellhole all of Earth is and that's always amusing. I wasn't really into the whole plot, about the infinity stones and where they should go and blah, blah, blah...
But Avengers: Infinity War kinda killed all things Infinity in Marvel for me because of how that turned out. I also don't really see the need to retread old storylines over and over and over again. I prefer something new in general.
So this wasn't the worst, but it didn't do it for me. Nothing really happened that just wowed me or anything, so two stars.
Let's add that it was technically very good art, but I didn't find it very emotive so I couldn't even fall back on that, thus why I don't feel like adding more stars.
2018 was a wild decade, am I right?....oh wait, it was only a year. Damn. I feel like I aged 20 years.
Anyway, here's my list of top reads in 2018.
Children of Blood and Bone
The Book of Essie
The Astonishing Color of After
The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock
The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender
The Road to Jonestown
Power of the Dark Crystal v3
I didn't read as much as I would have liked this past year because of being so sick, but I am hoping to do better this go around. I have lots of ideas for monthly themes and I got the popsugar challenge.
Star Trek September
Ebook Beginning (to start off the year)
I have so many books I can't even decide where to start. I will knock out my Dark Crystal book and then read Circe since it was voted the Book of the Year. Then who knows. It's all wide open.
Happy New Year from chubbygirl and co.