"Afterlife with Archie #10.
Long interlude between issues, but worth the wait.
Josie was a surprise. I was wondering when she'd show up and how.
Wondering if Bingo Wilkins will turn up as a werewolf..."
"Agreed. Negan is ruled by his weakness. In the regular world, he was averge. Here, he is elevated to determining the fates of others. He can taunt Rick by letting him live as a trophy. But the difference is Rick is teachable and adaptable and Negan…"
"I always find these lists fascinating, and somewhat a little skewed. It depends on the socioeconomic status of the kid, and often how old the parents are. The kids with older parents will talk about The Eagles or Beatles with ease and know things…"
"Yes, Kool-Aid Jugman terrified little Clowny...as did TV Hulk, Sonny from Sesame Street as he was the Muppet with TEETH, and my facial-hair Ken doll because I thought he was some sort of brown-fungal disease carrier and he had something…"
"I just wanted to add a little bit more on Brit Clark's parents:
The story can't properly gel without his parents' cowardly answer of always running away from him. This seemingly flippant recurring gag has a real and critical purpose.…"
"Clark_Kent DC said "but the business about them moving away from time to time and Colin not finding them wasn't funny to me, just dumb."
To me, it was poignant and significant. Here is a superpowered person who has no emotional…"
"I loved it as well. It was given to me as a gift years ago, and it was just so bang-on satirically, it was scary, but the book is an acquired taste that hinges on cultural nuances than plot or even technique. I think I *got it* more than Americans…"
"Oh, it could be Maggie. Lori bit it carrying a baby and she was the hero's wife. There would be a certain symmetry: Glenn dies in the comics; Maggie dies on the show, and then Glenn can have storyline fodder...so many possibilities..."