Monthly Archives: April 2014

Looking for Calvin and Hobbes by Nevin Martell

Bill Watterson created one of the most indelible parts of literature and pop culture in the late 20th century, the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Begun in 1985 and ending its run in 1995, Calvin and Hobbes took its readers onto a magical journey – one that nobody wanted to end. Adding to the intrigue – Bill Watterson has become… Read more »

[GN] RASL – The Lost Journals of Nikola Tesla by Jeff Smith

The RASL trade paperback review series finally concludes with its final volume, The Lost Journals of Nikola Tesla which collates RASL #12-15 into one final oversized deluxe paperback. The pace of the storyline picks up its intensity to a frenzy for the concluding arc. RASL is trying to piece the puzzle together of how to survive and escape the clutches… Read more »

Furrow Books Kickstarter

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As you may or may not have noticed, I have a thing for notebooks. Especially nice-looking, not-too-thick notebooks that don’t have a hard cover. Over the years, I’ve tried various paper and notebook brands such as Moleskine and Rhodia. My favorite brand thus far is obviously Field Notes Brand notebooks. However, as nice as these are – there’s two downfalls:… Read more »