From Jarvis Cocker's 2009 album Further Complications. Not sure what brought this to mind yesterday, but it had been years since I jammed this record, and it still totally holds up (of course).
My picks for this week's NCBD:
The end of the storyline and the end of my time following Marvel's Alien comics. Exactly like that first year after they launched, we come to the end of the first arc with promises of this insanely horrific Alien-Lady that, to my knowledge, they still haven't actually introduced. This series was fine, but not enough for me to continue when it returns.
A book that just barely stayed on my recently abbreviated pull; I'm still not done with this one. Especially when Danny Ketch is returning this issue and he is apparently now part of the Weapon X program? What????
The Sins of Sinister stand-in for X-Men: Red. I'm very curious to see where this goes.
Watch:Picked up my tickets to see this tomorrow night:
One thing about Skinamarink I love, despite not being able to make it through the movie in the theatre or at home, is I believe its success has opened the doors for a lot of way lower-budget Horror to get a shot at a big screen run. That's a win-win for everyone, and it should launch some interesting, non-Hollywood careers, also a win-win.
The Smiths - God Save the Queen
The Smiths - Hatful of Hollow
Chameleons UK - Strange Times
Jarvis Cocker - Further Complications
Pulp - A Different Class
Metallica - Hardwired
Fvnerals - Let the Earth Be Silent
Christopher Young & Lustmord - The Empty Man OST
Blanck Mass - Animated Violence Mild
Trombone Shorty - For True
From Jonathan Grimm's Bound Tarot, which you can buy HERE.
Completion of a project forestalled by obfuscation due to an overly emotional predilection. More commentary on my mental health, which is pretty much continuously at risk due to my living arrangement.