The Smashing Pumpkins - The Everlasting Gaze
This came on shuffle pretty recently and blew me away. I’ve always been a fan of the Smashing Pumpkins since I was yay high, but I guess i’d forgotten how much I liked the later Pumpkins -now, weirdly, middle era Pumpkins. The chorus here is pretty intense, and Billy Corgan dressed as a goth Voldermort is always interesting. What a dude.
Wednesday is new Hawkeye day.
With comics (like TV) I usually wait for the trade paperback (or boxset) before getting stuck in, but since sampling Hawkeye randomly last year, month on month its been a real treat and something that I continue to look forward to- I cant recommend it enough, bro.
The best thing on TV right now. Personal work, 2014.
In between catch up viewing of Breaking Bad and New Girl, True Detective is definitely brilliant indeed.
I had a dream last night that I owned a large mansion in Paris, only the front doors wouldn’t shut properly, and as I kept trying to slam them shut I disturbed Leonardo DiCaprio as he was resting in a nearby pattiserie. Enraged, DiCaprio pushed his way in to my mansion and chased me up the stairs. Then my dream changed and I was in a pink room on my wedding day, only I was marrying a girl from my work named Sasha, She’d picked out a lilac puffy wedding dress and pink shoes with a funny pun on them, I was really happy (especially with the punny shoes), the dress was really beautiful and I just felt really happy, then, halfway through the ceremony it dawned on me- Richard, I have a boyfriend.. I think he might mind if I got married? The dream ended with lots of people around me looking really angry.
WHAT IS LOVE
31008 + Spares + Valetta
Oh, I know I have it better than a lot of would-be comics buyers, and that’s what worries me. I’ve had it with the self-appointed gatekeepers in comics.
My boyfriend is compiling a folder on his laptop that he calls “the dog folder” so that he can look at pictures of funny dogs whenever the mood strikes.
I REGRET NOTHING.
films watched in 2014 - The Lego Movie
Like the toy itself, fun, creative and very very colourful. A love letter to both the hobby and to the childhood, with fanservice shout outs and references aplenty. Loved it.