Not a massive surprise to read a message from my local comic shop last night that until further notice, the shop will be closed. It’s housed in a large market space which is run by the city council and they’ve decided to close the whole market which means not only the comic shop but every other business in there will be shut for the foreseeable.
It’s disappointing but not a surprise, like I said. It’s all about containing the spread of the virus and keeping as many people safe as possible. Fingers crossed, we can get back to normal soon.
I’d normally take advantage of the lull in new comics to crack on with the proposed annotations for DAY OF JUDGMENT but, with perfect timing, Mrs Earth-Prime and I are looking to move house soon so are putting non-essential items (including my 32 comic boxes and their contents) into storage.
With no comics to annotate, things are going to have to wait.
Although I might have another short series I can annotate . . .
Okay, so that tag line isn’t exactly true – we all know you can get this sort of nonsense over at Super Team Family as well.
What sort of hold does Jimmy’s unknown master have over him that could turn him into a killer? And how come kryptonite’s affecting the Huntress?
I try and keep this blog/website limited to comics and films and maybe a bit of related other stuff, but mostly it’s lighthearted (I hope) and none too serious. Hell, it’s about men and women with superpowers who fly around wearing skin tight clothing – let’s not be too serious, eh?
That said, you can’t ignore the fact that things are different than they were even a month ago – the COVID-19 outbreak is literally changing the way the world runs right now. And that’s kinda scary.
I have just begun a mandated period of working from home and we expect Mrs Earth-Prime to be doing the same shortly, all in an attempt to #FlattenTheCurve.
Gatherings among friends – I was meant to be going out and getting riotously drunk on Friday – and gigs have been cancelled; our local cinema that we usually visit two or three times a month has closed until further notice.
Life is currently different and more than a little worrying, partly because there’s no end in sight at the moment, but we will grin and bear it and do what we can, I guess.
I hope everyone who reads this is fine and keeping them and their loved ones safe.
Normal comic related posts will resume shortly.