Daruncic's Domain
Today’s comic review: wow. Good art, good story. Fantastic characters. Also good job being progressive dc, but i get it. She’s gay. You can stop mentioning it, unless it’s plot relevant.

Today’s comic review: wow. Good art, good story. Fantastic characters. Also good job being progressive dc, but i get it. She’s gay. You can stop mentioning it, unless it’s plot relevant.

Book 2 of the day. Now im out of books. Note to self: comics read quick.

Book 2 of the day. Now im out of books. Note to self: comics read quick.

Today’s book. Getting a start on my comic back catalog. Fantastic series. Even though They put shade on a bus.

Today’s book. Getting a start on my comic back catalog. Fantastic series. Even though They put shade on a bus.

Increasing my queue speed in order to get everything out of it before San Diego Comic Con.
Expect lots of pics from that in about 2 weeks.
The Rumors are true. I was once the very best.  (and page 7)

The Rumors are true. I was once the very best. (and page 7)

Source http://fanboys-online.com
Random contents of my Gif folder.
Tails being attacked by bacon.

Random contents of my Gif folder.

Tails being attacked by bacon.

Mail! *sorry for quality but I have to use backup cam since my Tumblr keeps white screening*

Mail! *sorry for quality but I have to use backup cam since my Tumblr keeps white screening*

Probably a directors cut.

Probably a directors cut.

It occurred to me that he could just float things with his ring right? Is this really necessary?

It occurred to me that he could just float things with his ring right? Is this really necessary?

Also found this!
Death: The time of your life Issue 2 of 3!
*completes my set of Death spinoffs*

Also found this!

Death: The time of your life Issue 2 of 3!

*completes my set of Death spinoffs*

Half price books find:
Shade the Changing Man 59-63!
I love how half price even includes cardboard backings!

Half price books find:

Shade the Changing Man 59-63!

I love how half price even includes cardboard backings!

Transmetropolitan #32, Last page.

" The most dangerous man, to any government, is the man who is able to think things out for himself, without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane, and intolerable, and so, if he is romantic, he tries to change it. And even if he is not romantic personally he is very apt to spread discontent among those who are. "