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The comic that shouldn't be my sort of thing (young adult, fantasy, American Ghibli-inspired manga, chalk-and-cheese pairing of a grumpy zombie and an annoying little girl with a tail) and yet... is unsoundedcomic. Read from the beginning (of a chapter, if you can't stand to do the whole thing).

That thing timscience and I are doing on our wedding anniversary this year is staying one night in a room for London, a tiny boat perched atop the South Bank designed in collaboration with the artist Fiona Banner. It has a tiny octagonal library! We have to turn up early for a Safety Briefing! There are performances from the room, too (Laurie Anderson's playing it in March).

Madam Fatal, the golden age transvestite superhero who features in the latest issue of Shade (in rather more, uh, endowed guise than in his original little-old-lady incarnation). Retired character actor, originally appeared in Crack Comics, has a pet parrot called Hamlet. Whoever next? I'm hoping for The Owl and his ultrasonically controlled robot Owlos and his ga-ga ray emitting Owl Gun (makes people act like owls, apparently, I don't know, is that useful?).


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25th Jan, 2012 08:26 (UTC)
That boat-on-the-South-Bank looks awesome :)
25th Jan, 2012 19:35 (UTC)
I still can't quite believe we managed to get tickets!
25th Jan, 2012 10:20 (UTC)
Room for London! I didn't know about it until now. What a wonderful thing to do.
25th Jan, 2012 19:35 (UTC)
initially he told us lies
We found out about it by wandering past, spotting it up on the roof, heading up the concrete stairs to see if we could get a closer look, finding a temporary Christmas roof garden and asking an elf what on earth the little boat was.
25th Jan, 2012 20:10 (UTC)
Re: initially he told us lies
It looks incredible. I feel quite jealous!
25th Jan, 2012 22:16 (UTC)
There are still plenty of competition places left and the competition is somewhat in your market area -- utopian ideas for civic improvement. Perhaps one to do on work time (judging by my follow-furry it may be worth it for the retweets alone)
25th Jan, 2012 22:27 (UTC)
Re: [...]
Ooooh, yes :) Will have a think.
25th Jan, 2012 22:32 (UTC)
argh me typing fingers or fail
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25th Jan, 2012 19:30 (UTC)
I suspect quite a lot of youngness
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