The Marvelous Adventures of Gus Beezer with the XMen: X marks the Mutant by Gail Simone, Jason Lethcoe Hi-fi, Dave Sharpe, Mike Raight, Joe Quesada and Dan Buckley
Well, it’s pretty unshocking why no one read this particular piece of work. It’s a story about Gus, who is the symbolic ultimate nerd child, and like most symbols, isn’t remotely interesting to anyone ever. The book is split into two different parts, one a hand drawn lame adventures Gus imagines himself in. The other one, the “real” one is mostly Gus having very uninteresting “typical” school aged problems, bragging about how he thinks he’s an X Men only to have the X Men show up and inform him that his baby sister actually is a mutant.
Anyway, there’s not much to say about it other then lame. And also there were a series of these.
People thought other people’s kids would like to read a whole bunch of those. Good god, why? I’ve read better fanfiction then this.
Last movie I watched:
Children of Dune! Again. Possibly that’s a mini series. In which case it was About Time still, so beautiful, so very, very beautiful.
Last TV show I watched:
Charmed. I think. Same one as last time. The learning about not using powers for personal gain one.