Oh...and imo, the book was faaaar better than the movie (because I'm pretentious like that) ha
funny you mention Dr. Seuss. I'm trying to look for the one my mother used to read to me, because I remember this line and they way she'd singsong it EVERY time...and I cannot NOT say/sing it like that when I pick it up today. hehe
edit: found the pic, but ...it's speechless, I guess. (no words-so this IS "One fish, two fish..." though?)
ok, so not currently reading it, but im dying for the next installment. and i'd highly recommend it for any comic, artist, music, macabre enthusiast out there. It's Umbrella Academy by well, Gerard Way but illustrated by Gabriel Ba. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Umbrella_Academy (meh, cant find my fave scene, but this will do)
I also know of a Becky Cloonan one...but hehe it's well MCR related I mean, I'm not really into stuff for the art's sake, but it IS pretty good. I mean, I like the little girl. And the story really ain't too bad (post apocalyptic...kinda like Mad Max and a little of the newer Terminator-dont make me look it up).
Anyway, ...oh! True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys.
----------------- edit: i found it!!!! Braak braaka braak!
This year, I began to read All of Haruki Murakami's work. Fantastic Writer!
I starting with 1Q84 In January of this year. I so far I finished Dance Dance Dance, Norwegian Wood, The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, Kafka on the Shore and A Wild Sheep chase.
I just started his latest book (2013) Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki.
But im also reading Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace and A Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy.
both of which i find myself going to more than CTT.
I read "Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World" and it was outstanding. Thanks for reminding me again of his work.
Ah! you're welcome. I plan to get to that book eventually. Good to know that it was outstanding. And yep, Haruki Murakami is the best. 1Q84, although super long is a great starting point to re introduce you to his world.. After reading a lot of his work, you'll notice lots of the characters connect too. Its wild.
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