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On saturday I went with [personal profile] winterlady and [personal profile] bugfish to the library. There I found The Dilbert Future (weird), a Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Manga (Weirder) The Tick: Big Blue Destiny collection graphic novel (Weirderer), and Monty Python: All The Words Volume 2 (weirderest)

So far I like all of these, but my favorite has got to be The Tick. I am a fan of both TV shows and am glad I actually found something The Tick comic related. It was really weird. A lot weirder than the Cartoon for sure.

The Phoenix Wright thing is only pretty good. It seems way to fast paced to me and way too dramatic. Phoenix tries to interrogate a cat that eats his attorneys badge at one point. I think they were trying to make it funny, but they didn't do a very good job of that. It's still pretty interesting, so I'm going to keep going with that.

The Monty Python book is seriously just scripts for the show. I can't complain about that.

I Probably wouldn't have known about The Tick: Big Blue Destiny and the Phoenix Wright thing without the library. The Dilbert Future I already knew about, but I never got to read at any point. The Monty Python book I would have likely found out about because of Wikipedia at some point, but still the library would have been my best bet at finding it.

This isn't the first time I descovered a book because of a library. There was another Scott Adams one called "Stick to Drawing Comics, Monkey Brain" that I now own a copy of.

Why we need more libraries: Discovering books.
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