What’s Making Us Happy This Week

It’s a new year, and we’re excited to start of 2013 with even more happy-making comics items.

Jennifer H.

Check out the dog’s name.

“I peed on my parents’ bed. Now I have to wear this tie until I learn how to be a gentleman!” -Ein

Jenny

I was super happy to read this morning that Hiroaki Samura will be starting a new manga series this coming year.  I enjoyed Ohikkoshi and want to read his forthcoming Emerald anthology, too.  I’m just happy there will be more Samura goodness / weirdness to fill the void once Blade of the Immortal is all done!

Jennifer W

Cybils! I was on the graphic novel panel this year and we picked a great finalist list. I also did some fiddling with the nomination list and was pleased to see that, judging by Cybils nominations, beginning and intermediate graphic novels seem to be going strong!

Gail

What has absolutely delighted me is the winning of the Costa Award by Dotter of Her Father’s Eyes by Mary and Bryan Talbot.

Michael

Jonathan Hickman’s New Avengers #1 was fantastic and I can’t wait for the next issue to come out.

Allen

I got my copy of Fairest volume 1! Can’t wait to read it :)

Emily

For Christmas I got two Foxtrot anthologies: 1. “Math, Science, and Unix Underpants” which is basically a collection of strips with awesome nerd jokes. 2. “Wrapped-Up Foxtrot” which is a collection of the final daily strips.

Then for my birthday I got an iPad mini. It’s awesome, and I got a subscription of Shonen Jump Alpha for the year. (Which I’m excited for since its going simultaneous with Japan by the end of the month)

Bonnie

For this week, I’m happy to finally read Darth Vader and Son by Jeffrey Brown.  My husband got it for Christmas and it’s absolutely adorable.  I can’t wait to read Vader’s Little Princess later this year.

Andrew

My happy is that my gifts of comics seem to have been well received. My sister-in-law, in particular, stayed up late into the night on Christmas Day to finish off Smile, which she praised for it’s uncanny similarity to her own life experience.

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