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So the Ignatz Award nominees were announced last week, and two comics from my reading list were on it: Witchy and O Human Star, both extremely deserving works by skilled (and queer!) authors. There was another comic nominated that I was less thrilled about – so much so that I felt the need to go out of my way to write a review of it. If that makes me petty, so be it; I’ve got an axe to grind with Super Mutant Magic Academy.
So, bad news today. For those of you who don’t know, a fence fell on my head the other day and strained my neck pretty badly. This, and the surprisingly laborious process of healing, has unfortunately delayed my writing process, meaning there won’t be a review up today. Look for it in the next few days; I’ll try to have it up as soon as possible, but you can always follow my twitter, tumblr, or rss feed to be notified as soon as I post it. In the meantime, let’s take a look at the messages readers have been sending me.
I sometimes have dreams where I fall in love with a made-up dream person. The person is perfect for me, and makes me feel safe, loved, and accepted like few people in the real world can. But when I awaken, all that I remember is that feeling; I couldn’t tell you a single thing about the person, not even what they looked like.
It’s been a while since I posted reader messages, and they’ve been piling up. Sorry!