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And this isn’t even all of them. We just ran out of shelf space.

Guess what finally has been approved, stamped, moved, and stacked? That’s right, the books are finally here!! I’m stamping each of the hardcovers now (currently at #250…250 to go) so that they will all be ready. Ready for what? FOR THE ONLINE STORE TO OPEN THIS FRIDAY!!! That’s right! All the merchandise I’ve been tantalizing you with will be, at long last, available for purchase! I AM SO EXCITED! I hope you are too!

Awesome discussion on the last page, thank you to everyone for your thoughts! It seems like honesty & lies are something everyone has their own perspective on! As for today’s page, having recently discovered the Vlog Brothers and John Green’s obsession with famous last words, I was wondering if any of you had a favorite “last words” quote. I particularly like “Go on, get out. Last words are for fools who haven’t said enough,” from Karl Marx.


Children visit this site. Moderate your language accordingly.

Ooh, we’re getting into the conspiracy now aren’t we?

Last episode of Korra- “It will be just like the good ol’ days.” -Tarlock. Then BOOM! So dark for a kid’s show. (Or any show really.)


But YES, that final line from Tarlock was just awesome, and I couldn’t shake the feeling that his brother knew EXACTLY what he was doing, but chose not to act. Which says SO MUCH about the state of the characters in that moment.

I wasn’t 100% satisfied with the ending, but I did really enjoy that scene!!

I don’t generally have favorites, but one of the more memorable one was from Serenity “I am a leaf on the wind – watch how I soar”

Man, I still get a knee-jerk sad reaction when I read that phrase. It’s the “watch how I soar” which just — UHG! — Hits me right in the heart. NOOOO Wash! Not your sudden and inevitable death, by virtue of being a character the audience really likes in a Whedon film….




If you haven’t read his books, you are missing out so hard. Just… man. Love John Green.

I have not read his books! Perhaps I should look them up, if you recommend them so!

His latest book, Fault in Our Stars, is the only book I’ve ever read that made me cry and then made me laugh about ten pages later. Both in complete sincerity, both completely and wholly earned.

And John Green is just… smart. About everything. I want to be smart about everything.

Came here at the recommendation of Kat, creator of Sunset Grill, and very glad I did so: a convincingly exotic world, plenty of action / intrigue and engaging characters. Just finished burning through the archives; looking forward to what comes next.

The highlight so far is Auditor Pakku; you do an excellent job of showing how different his thinking is from the other characters.

He and Warren are seeming contrasts to each other, but there are similarities too… They would make quite the team, if they had further opportunity.

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