Home already. Here is the good and the bad:
I enjoyed this article on my way home: Ladies Comic Project
Good comics selection. Of the ones I’ve read I like them. Of the ones I hadn’t it is generally because I have no interest in the subject matter. (I’ve read Blankets, by Craig Thompson, but not Goodbye Chunky Rice.)
I own Batwoman, Echo, Fables – although all in floppies instead of trades. Dave has the Fables trades. Echo was the only one where I wasn’t blown away from issue #1. And Echo is a special case because it was really built for the trade so the first issue is a bit short – It is all setup and no resolution. Plus RASL was stronger that month as a #1 – a position which I’ve since reversed, but neither story is yet complete so I may reverse again.
In bad news:
Getting into bed last night, I tossed my Kindle onto the bed. It took a weird bounce, hopped over my pillow and against the wall. It did that vertically and then continued to slide down the head of the bed until I heard it hit the floor. It is out of reach and now I have nothing to read!
This would have never happened with a book. The gap is too small. One more reason to prefer physical artifacts instead of digital.
Stay frosty people!