The white magic shield that Jayden cast to protect herself and Stunt from the tunnel collapse gives me a case of the giggles. In my mind, Stunt had to walk against the shield (which managed to trap some sand in there with them) in order to move it through the sand like a hamster in a hamster ball. It's funny imagery to me, at least, even if it's not "officially" in the comic today.
I keep going back-and-forth over what to do about the next book collection. Originally I was going to redo the SuperGreg/Snowsong story altogether, but then I decided to keep it and put it in a volume with The Shadow of Siegfried. Now I don't know if those two vastly different stories belong together in one collection. So I'm considering putting out SuperGreg/Snowsong as a lone "book" (more like a giant-sized comic book) and releasing The Shadow of Siegfried in late summer / early fall in a collection alongside Endings & Annoyances and The Oracle Hunter. Or maybe some other combination that will tickle my fancy. Sheesh. You'd think I'd be more decisive after all this time.
At some point today I'm going to pick up the new Meshuggah album, "Koloss." I can't wait for that soul pounding math metal to melt my face off.
That's all from me for now.