Be sure to LIKE my comic, boils and ghouls!

I don’t plan to hit too many Halloween parties this year, but I’ve been spending a silly amount of time trying to cobble together a passable Arc Reactor to use in a Tony Stark costume. My first attempt, largely aluminum foil and cardboard, was predictably terrible. I’ve since started working on the Mark II version, which I hope won’t be quiiiiite as pathetic. My research for this costume element led me to a number of website about cosplay enthusiasts, and the massive time, energy and skill they put into their hobby. I’m not willing to learn how to solder effectively, or work competently with foam, but if a couple of bucks, a trip to the hardware store and some patience will solve my Arc-issue, I’ll give it a whirl.

So, “Cloud Atlas” was big and complicated, like the book. I’m not sure if I would recommend it to a casual moviegoer, but I did enjoy it immensely.

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What’s the Joke, Projectonist? Mindy has put a comical amount of effort into her costume, which is really just a borrowed katana and a cloak made out of a burlap bag.