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Parasha: Alright then...

Since it's running way late, I'll go ahead and call May for V for Vendetta by Alan Moore and David Lloyd, unless there are any last-minute complaints/whatever.

And I will try to remember to open up the discussion for choice of the next book MUCH earlier. Yeesh.

Schedule coming up soon. I'll make sure to leave at least a couple days at the start of the month for those who are late getting the book, due to me being continually forgetful.



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Apr. 28th, 2010 07:27 pm (UTC)
Sounds good! Hey, this is an excuse to go to my local comic book shop, which really ought to be a traditional D&D inn if they're going to call it "The Laughing Ogre"...
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Apr. 28th, 2010 08:53 pm (UTC)
Maybe I can be on the other side! I'll bring a beer and a dark cloak, and sit in a corner until a likely party approaches me...

Borders > Amazon as far as "buying local" goes, and gets double credit since reesei's sister works for them. I just figure this is a specific instance where it makes sense to go out of my way.
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Apr. 30th, 2010 06:35 pm (UTC)
I was going to ask why Chicago Comics wasn't your local one, but you said local-est. So, I looked 'em up, and according to the web site, they do have it! I can't guarantee it's at that location, though.

On their front page, they have a spot for "Cereal Geek", which is apparently a U.K. magazine about cartoons from the 80's. Or an 80's magazine about cartoons from the U.K., it's unclear. But it does look like they go beyond just superhero stuff!
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