Suspended in disbelief. Frequently breaking the fourth wall. Collector of novelty watches and Kewpie dolls. I run Fashion Tips From Comic Strips and I am the resident superheroic sartorialist on ComicsAlliance.
HOLY WEBSTATS, BATMAN
can we please destroy this idea that a person has to talk to you every minute of every day to like you
texting all day is not natural
force communication all hours of the day is not natural
All of you, Get a hobby that is not another person. Its vital.
this makes me feel so much better
It’s unhealthy to funnel all of your emotions and high expectations onto any one person. It’s not fair to you or them - you’re setting yourself up for inevitable disappointment and it sucks. I suggest realigning those concentrated feelings and efforts onto yourself - you deserve it ♡
the-postmodern-prometheus said: What's your favorite comic shop in Boston?
I usually go to Hub Comics, which is a cozy comic shop in Union Square with a great selection of comics, manga, and kids’ books. They also hold an annual Batman art show and they’re debuting their Sailor Moon art show this Saturday!
Some of my other favorite shops around the city are Comicazi (they have a great selection of vintage toys), New England Comics (The Tick HQ, as well as my LCS since I was a tiny Betty), and The Million Year Picnic (a great little shop in Harvard Square).