But Equestria is a hidden Canadian province. That's why we get the new issue figurines first and why they're all so nice to each other.
Valentine Michael Smith in Robert E. Heinlein's Stranger in a Strange Land. I was 12 and had just gotten my "Adult" library card and it was the first Heinlein I'd read that wasn't a YA novel.
Power and naivete; ecology and fascism; circumstance and destiny: holding paradoxes in my mind expanded it, and in the center was Michael, who grokked, and then I grokked too.
P.S. Wow, spell check knows "grokked".
Joel, you positively 'jaunty" in that first panel. Are you okay? Unwell? Are you being held somewhere against your will? Do you need rescue? Draw 2 circles on your backpack for "yes" and 3 circles for "no".
Really, though, I'm glad if the character demeanor matches the real-life one. I've just been listening to the released after shows and their accompanying podcast episodes. You've dropped a lot of snark and shoulder chips somewhere. Good for you.
I didn't realize until today's side-of-the-head view that Gracie wore glasses. Part of that is my vision problems. Don't notice the frames in most panels, though.
"Angular Momentum" should have been the title according to Neil deGrasse Tyson. I have not seen the movie and likely won't.
When graduating university, I went out and bought TWO business suits to replace the one I had since grade 8 graduation/family wedding season.
There's a lot of dust in this comic. Yup, it's dust. Must be coming in from the new store construction.
I'm in, and I know you were waiting with bated breath for my opinion, right? Right? Joel? Joel? Anyone?