"Maybe in a way because I don’t perceive that we have a lot of rituals for establishing adulthood in our society. It seems for me that it’s been about the impulse to rush out and buy a lot of stuff so I feel like a grownup, or commit to a relationship at age 17 so I feel like a grownup. It’s about trying to, in a way, arbitrarily complete myself with a rite of passage, because there is no rite of passage that says, "Okay, now you’re an adult." That idea of identity is always an issue for me. Personal identity seems like it’s just such an American archetype, from Holly Golightly re-inventing herself in Breakfast At Tiffany's to Jay Gatsby in The Great Gatsby. It seems like the sort of archetypal American issue. If you’re given the freedom to be anything, or be anyone, what do you do with it?”
My Response: Argh! You’re bombarding me with my own words. Soon this blog will consist of just me conversing with myself. David Foster Wallace was so right when he said writing was just masturbation, just “sitting alone, getting yourself off.”
GET TO KNOW ME MEME: [2/∞] favorite male characters:→ Gregory House
Look, none of my ideas will ever make the movie, so I can just tell you all of them. It will never be a spoiler. But I know that in the comic Gamora and Iron Man, they have hooked up and how does Peter Quill feel about that? Chris Pratt Wants To Kill Iron Man
Hawkeye #19 was well worth the wait. I thought nothing would ever top Pizza Dog.
#19 is mostly in sign language with very little subtitles showing just how awesome the medium of comics can be.