Like most tv watchers of the time, I did not watch Lost. It was not until the recommendation of a few very good friends that I actually decided to take a few moments to see the show that everyone was talking about. And I binged watched the show like crazy. By the time the last seasons were on, I watched with the rest of the audience, however I still have not seen the last episode (please,
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Joe Hill is one of my favorite authors. A fan of his novels, I jumped at the chance to snag a bundle of his comic work in eformat. Comixology included The Cape within the moderately priced bundle, and I am so happy I got the chance to read it.
The Cape starts off as something most kids can identify with–a security blanket. Once Eric gets too old to carry the blanket around, his mother lovingly creates a cape out of the remnants and he loves it.
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Imagine everything you have ever known changing in an instant. You are brought even closer to your friends. But what happens when, a few years down the road, you separate from those friends and now you are forced to relive the aftermath of the tragedy all on your own.
McRib has had the same core group of friends since 2nd grade—for 10 years, it has been McRib, Cowboy,
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Most parents find being responsible for a new life upon a child’s birth to be daunting—but imagine if you had to make a decision that would change your child’s future forever—before you even have the opportunity to get to know the child.
Alex was born. Stuck in between the male/female gender assignment. While at first, assigned as a girl, Alex was eventually gender-fied as a boy. Of course,