It’s Friday! And what a great week of nonsense and silliness it has been.
The Tug-of-War has been going gangbusters.
I’m not sure which side is winning at the moment, honestly. While Marvel was off to a great start, some extra strong pulls have been happening on the DC side recently that have either balanced things out or perhaps tipped things to their side. I’m very interested to see how it turns out. Our poor counter, though, has been working harder than ever before and last I saw there was steam coming out of his ears. Steam. It looked bad. I considered giving him the rest of the day off, but… I don’t want to do the work, so, he’s stuck.
Anyway, on with the silliness. Here’s a picture with so much awesome going on I don’t even know where to start:
What do you see?
I also see The Dark Tower series, which is awesome, yes, but the important thing here is that Batman is placed strategically next to those books so that he will be on-hand immediately to stop anything that tries to sneak out of those books. Specifically, the Crimson King. I suspect he is already lose in our world, but I don’t want him in my house. So, Batman saves the day.
I feel compelled at this point to say, “Go Team Marvel.” All this talk of Batman, I didn’t want my team thinking I had switched sides. (Not sure what I’m talking about? You really should click on the tug-of-war link up above.)
I also see my very own copy of Fauxpocalypse. Yes, the print version there in my bookshelf, sharing space with Stephen King. That is so awesome that any words I use to try and describe it would only serve to cheapen it. So, I’m not going to say anything else.
Well, I will say, stay tuned next week for contests where you could win an autographed copy of the book. I’m planning a new contest each day. Five potential winners. Doesn’t that sound pretty fantastic?
I also see, though you wouldn’t know it was there just by looking, sandwiched between the books written by Stephen King and myself, The Durgle, a children’s story written by the blogosphere’s very own Rara.
And, I would be remiss to not point out the Mary Stewart series there as well. Merlin. Magic. That says enough, I think.
See? So much awesome going on in one photo, it borders on ridiculous.
And, yes, I also considered titling this post “Link Drop.” These things happen sometimes.
As your reward for making it this far, here is Belle in a bag: