Pilgrimage To Lemuria

Arrived late for two separate events.
THIS one!
THIS one!
Still regret about it to this day
But every cloud has a silver lining hence time for some good news!
Manga for pervertz!
And a new place along Kamuning Road with alphabetized boxes of vintage and semi-current
comic books.
Enter the Movieposter Mall.
Well yeah...
It looks nothing like an actual  MALL.
But don't let the simple storefront deceive you.
What they lack in looks, they make up for it in variety and content.
Rows & rows of Comic Books.
Vinyl Records.
Both framed and unframed Movie Posters.
That's that about the place.
And now for some of our noteworthy pull list/hauls.
Notice that really iconic Fantastic Four cover?
Wherein Galactus fell down faster than David Hassleholf on booze.
that one and it's all mine!
This special issue of WIZARD Magazine (#83) with a gatefold cover.
Which countdowns 10 of the sexiest comic book characters
why does every girl has that sort of DAWN-ish look to them?
No, not that kind of DAWN.
More like.... THIS.
Well no shit, everything's drawn by that Lisner guy.
And he placed at #3 so it's actually no surprise that he agreed to draw everything for this Top 10 List
Alam na this!

Part 2
The Beta Ray Bill book is your typical Alien Thor comic book.
With a surprise appearance of DC Comics' Desaad playing the pianos.
We're kidding but he's definitely a deadringer to Darkseid's ever loyal lackey/sidekick/assistant.
All is well and normal and all up until THIS happened.
Fuck me, right?
What the hell are reprints of Thor #337(Beta Ray Bill's first appearance) doing within this book?
Our thoughts exactly!
It's like reading a comic book within a comic book, that's some deep inception shit right there!

Another curious critter is Casanova.
With powerful scenes like
And we are digging the character designs. Gabriel Ba is one sick ass mofo!

Although it has "BOOTLEG" plastered all over the logo, this book is 100% Legit!
It's a different take on your typical Gen 13 story telling/presentation.
They opted to go for a rather fairy tale children's book type of look
and needless to say, we bought it and we fuck'n loved it.

And LOOK, the crossover to end all crossover.
What, when, where, who????

A couple of comic book ads later...
And we're done!
Moral lesson learned from all this getting late to attend important events
due to shopping and book hunting?

1. That there ain't nothing wrong with ballz collecting, it actually is a rather healthy and fun activity fit for both the young and the young at heart!
2. Yoshikazu Yasuhiko's REBEL SWORD is one fine ass title and we wish to complete the said title as
soon as the opportunity arises.
And will you look at that,
only 4 more books to go...
and 3. You can't judge a store simply by looking at it's facade!
Because you could be missing out on joys of life due to your own ignorance.
Take risks, be fabulous and just strut your stuff.....just like this squirrel!

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