Some fun for ya; hopefully. #video

In an effort to keep content rolling on my YouTube channel, I’ve been doing a monthly reading challenge update, trying out tags, reading from books, and showing off my stuff (the little bit that I have). Here’s a haul I shot a month ago but never did anything with. Hope you like it…there are minor bloopers at the end.

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In case you missed it; #fun #video & #books

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Books & Looks seeking followers. #giveaway #fashion #books

So I decided to add my new Books & Looks blog to Bloglovin since it seems to be ‘fashion central’ online for stylish bloggers, but guess what. Apparently there are no other blogs out there that are similar to mine.

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I don’t believe that for a minute, but perhaps they are having the some trouble finding followers as I am. Please help me grow so I may find others like me. See my post below and share, share, share. 😀

http://toithomas.tumblr.com/post/128103277902/new-kid-on-the-tumblr-block-seeking-followers

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Review: Batman: Death Mask

Batman: Death Mask by Yoshinori Natsume

I give this book a 5.

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Because I don’t want to frighten people with my uber geekness, I will keep this short.

Always a fan of most things Batman, I welcomed this dark Japanese tale of Bruce Wayne and the Death Mask. This four-part series is a semi-origin story as it goes back in time to show where and how Bruce was trained to fight in his quest to become the Batman, but the story goes far beyond that. It tells the legend of a mask that brings out the darkness in the one who wears it, but now Batman is wondering whether the mask is really cursed or if it is the person wearing it that is cursed.

This tales is not without the typical comic book violence that us geeks are so used to, but it also has a very physiological spin to it in the area of intimidation and fear. The Dark Night is a little bright in comparison to the darkness of the Death Mask. People’s faces get chopped off; that’s all I have to say about that.

Great for veteran comic book readers and Batman fans, but not recommended as your first comic book or Batman read.

This review has been posted to GoodReads. If you’d like to obtain a copy of this book, try this link.

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