I’m finally getting Sarah to read some comics. She took Neil Gaiman’s“Sandman: Season Of Mists” on the subway to the game yesterday. It’s a really thought provoking story and more than I think she expected from a graphic novel. To give you the cliff’s notes: Lucifer decides to quit his job as boss of hell. On his way out, he makes the observation that he’s never made anyone do anything. More than that, he tells Morpheus (Sandman) that we mortals torture ourselves out of our own sense of guilt. Definitely worth a read if your idea of comics is strictly limited to the last few Marvel inspiredactionflix.
[Listening to: Free Will – Shelter – Perfection of Desire (03:25)]