Tor On Best Comics Ending In 2012
Loki schemes several steps ahead of any healthier mind, factoring an eventual good with lots of asterisks, and in an era of agonizing global decisions this was an affecting parable of a personality willing to carry the consequences—like Judas as conceived by Borges, Loki doesn’t die for our sins, we live thanks to his; an edgy value to form a funnybook around.
Always good to be on a list like this, and especially good to be in such fine company.
I also think “Judas as conceived by Borges” is all kinds of neat.
Meta Wednesday: a proposed reading schedule
Here’s a preliminary schedule for the Journey Into Mystery Meta Wednesday. I’ve taken into account that Fraction’s work will be harder to write about, as well as requests that we try to include some of Thor/The Mighty Thor that is relevant to the story arc. It’s a very Kid Loki-driven schedule, based on the wild assumption that since this is largely a JIM reading group and not a generic Thor one, that’s most of what you’ll want. Please gimmie your comments, ideas, and grievances!
lovesickclown said: How and why do you think Leah became Hela?
That’d be telling, surely?
I doubt I’ll ever do the story, and the mystery is part of the journey. However…
Well, you know the argument that Satan (i.e. “Adversary”) isn’t actually a name in the old testament, and something more like a title?
I suspect I’d have dug into stuff along those lines.