|I'm trying to spread the love around, but currently the Iron Man lithograph is currently off on its lonesome. I'm not too worried, though. Stark can afford a little time in solitary. He'll get wall-mates soon enough.|
Okay, so not only do I favor superhero comics, but I'm also partial
to Marvel heroes. This New Avengers poster was purchased in
direct reaction to my supervisor's demand for office decoration...
Even my corkboard isn't immune to comics-related memorabilia.
Call it excessive pride, but I've pinned a flyer from an event I put
together earlier this year, the Houston Comics Talent Panel. It was
a learning experience, and a lot of fun.
This preservation bookmark is from the Library of Congress, and
is specifically about the preservation of comic books. This kind of
thing makes me happy!
The Green Goblin will be trying to pumpkin-bomb me on a daily
basis this month, according to my Marvel Heroes calendar. The
Green Goblin on a Marvel Heroes calendar... so very wrong.
|Stark may be alone in this photo, but again, I'm not too worried...|
... for he is the Invincible IRON MAN! And besides, he loves
himself too much not to like some time alone once in a while.
Now we're gonna move to the Teen Room in my library (note: I LOVE the fact that we have one!). A context shot of the
comics and manga collection, which are always circulating--the area is constantly in need of shelving and straightening.
These posters are about the merits of reading graphic novels,
which all too often are subjected to unfair criticism from some
parents and customers, who don't think they are "real" reading.
Another such poster on the other side of our manga collection.
For my part, I read a lot of graphic novels and comics, and find the
stories, artwork, and overall experience an amply rewarding on an
intellectual, entertainment basis.
Final poster shot, and end of this pictorial and my impromptu