nothing i do for the rest of my life will ever top this
JLA/Avengers #2 - “A Contest of Champions!” (2003)
written by Kurt Busiek
art by George Perez & Tom Smith
Oh I love team books so. I love the dynamics between the characters, and the occasional spotlights on a lesser-used character that gives you more insight into them when they’d never get their own book in a million years. I love when the team splits up and there’s an A-plot and B-plot and sometimes a C-plot and it all comes to a head at the same time. I like that they go from a dramatic tone to goofiness in a panel, but it doesn’t give you tone whiplash because it’s not just one character expected to fill all roles. I like not being able to predict exactly what power the characters have to use to take out the big bad, because it’s not one person who is relied upon to save the day every time. Solo books need a massive supporting cast to keep me interested, and then I’m likely to favor a side character over the headliner just because I’m contrary that way.
This is the most amazing sweater in existence.
If you knit, or can sweet talk someone who does, a person on ravelry charted this pattern to knit it (in black) for her son: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/cabled-skull-chart-for-pullover
"you want some of my trail mix?" you mean do i want some m&ms with obstacles.
I am haunted by all the editions of books that are prettier than the ones I already own