Sharing My World 36

After not having done one in a while, I decided to respond to this week’s Share Your World.

And here we go! πŸ™‚

Do you prefer reading coffee table books (picture), biographies, fiction, non-fiction, educational?

Why tell you my preferences when I can show you? πŸ˜‰

My comic trade and manga collection. Mostly Marvel (Marvel NOW!-era) with some Archieverse Sonic for spice. ^_^
My comic trade and manga collection. Mostly Marvel (Marvel NOW!-era) with some Archieverse Sonic for spice. ^_^
I got these Calvin and Hobbes books at a library sale last month. I still find the series pretty good.
I got these Calvin and Hobbes books at a library sale last month. I still find the series pretty good.

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UPDATE: Want to find out more books I’ve read? Check out my Goodreads profile!

What is your biggest fear or phobia? (no photos please)

Pass.

What is your favorite cheese?

It’s a toss-up between mozzarella and provolone. πŸ˜‰

What is your favorite month of the year?

I dunno. πŸ˜›

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Brevoort Brings Marvel’s “Avengers” to a Point of Convergence – Comic Book Resources

In the final days of 2012, Jonathan Hickman began his tenure as the writer of Marvel Comics’ “Avengers” and “New Avengers.” Both books found the titular teams making big and often difficult choices to protect the Earth from mysterious, large-scale menaces. In the recent “Infinity” event, also written by Hickman, the Avengers and the secret Illuminati-style New Avengers made more tough calls and readers discovered the separate threats they were facing — the alien Builders and the mysterious Incursion events that begin when two Earths from different realities occupy the same space and end with the destruction of one or both of those Earths — were linked.

In the aftermath of “Infinity,” the Builders have been defeated but the choices made by the Avengers and New Avengers will come back to haunt them, carry even greater weight and bring the two teams’ separate journeys together. CBR News spoke with SVP of Publishing and “Avengers” editor Tom Brevoort about the upcoming “Original Sin” tie-in to “Avengers,” in which Captain America remembers that he was mind wiped and expelled from the ranks of the Illuminati, the current arc of “New Avengers” that pits the Illuminati against a rival team of heroes trying to protect their world from an Incursion event, and how these two stories will lead to a larger tale that tightly links both books together.

via Brevoort Brings Marvel’s “Avengers” to a Point of Convergence – Comic Book Resources.

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