I've taken a photo, instead of a comic scan, of my dorm room wall, which I think depicts a lot of the things that make me relax. Together, they create a place. . . of. . . relaxation. . .? Here's a bulletpoint run-down of each item, from top-left to bottom-right:
- That big poster up there is DC's "Drawing the line at $2.99" ad from a 2010 edition of Comic Shop News. None of the heroes have their nu52 costumes, and Wonder Woman has that weird costume from when Straczynski was writing her.
- 42nd St Playbill cover: I attended my University's premiere musical show in the winter, and I enjoyed it enough to post on my wall. TO the right of that is a Chicago Bulls poster, of Carlos Boozer taking on Lebron James to the hoop. This was during their 2010 playoffs hubbub, and was courtesy of the Chicago Tribune.
- There are four comic book covers to the right of that: A beautiful variant cover of Wolverine: Origins from Mark Texeira, a Web of Spider-Mancover by Gabrielle Dell'Otto, a Secret Avengers cover from John Cassady and a Captain America cover by Steve McNiven.
- Last row now: These two beside each other are ads for the Nintendo franchise, Metroid and the Capcom franchise, Resident Evil. I'm fond of both video games.
- To the right of these are two problems I solved for my classes, and three comic book covers. The middle paper solves a problem on stochastic processes, and the paper in the lower-right corner is the derivation for the electric field due to a loop of charge. There's an Usagi Yojimbo cover from last year, a Batman #1 and a Wonder Woman #1 that's actually signed by Brian Azzarello himself. He came to Comix Revolution on the day it released, so I got a copy for myself, for him to sign.
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