Thursday, February 26, 2009

"Wildflowers" The Greatest Fanfic Ever Written In Life!

If you have never read Wildflowers then you have never read a fanfic!

Don't let the fact that it starts out as a Sailor Moon fanfic turn you off. Yeah, I know there are milliions of them and lots are horrible but trust me this one is amazing. There are many terrific original characters and the familiar characters go through some jaw dropping changes. There are gods, goddesses, angels, demons, and plenty of romances to keep even the most jaded fans up late at night.

"If you are looking for a light read you're in the wrong place. But if you want to really dig deep into the lives that these characters have contructed for themselves and see what makes them

the horribly complicated, interconnected group that they are...this is where you want to be."

What is Wildflowers about? Everything... love, anger,hate,betrayal, forgiveness, pain suffering, need, desire, family, loyalty, sacrifice, loss, romance, death, insanity, jealousy, abandonment -- in other words its about life.

Well, happy reading.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Local Comic Book Store in Jersey City!

This is real news for all you rabid fans of comics, video games, action figure and trading cards. Finally you don't have to travel to the wiles of Bayonne or New York City to find your favorite stuff.
All you have to do is go downtown, to FJB comic shop.

FJB Comics & Games
Comic Books, Video Games & Action Figures
StoreHours - Mon-Sun 11am-7pm
17 Coles St, Jersey City, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07302
Telephone - (201) 946-2200

Saturday, August 9, 2008

Hey We're Famous: ROOM 112 ONLINE

From: Anime News Network: Shelf Obsessed

This week's shelf only has one picture, but it comes with a great story.
I'll let the original email speak for itself:

This is my collection in my classroom, room 112 in a very urban high school in Jersey City , New Jersey .
For the past few months I have spent more than I would like to admit building up this library in order to feed the addiction of my manga hungry students who "can't hardly" afford to buy these books. I can't buy them quickly enough and I sure can't keep them on the shelves, and that's a good thing. I have even convinced the great folks who donate money to public school teachers through to bankroll me for some of these titles. Ain't this a grand world, after all?
The posters and the plushies are mine and if anyone dares to touch my Fluffy, well let's just say it won't be pretty.
Theresa D. Brown Lincoln High School