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Anthropologist in the making with a fondness for photojournalism, tech & writing. Also a mime who fosters kittens & loves to volunteer.

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Scritti corsari
Pier Paolo Pasolini
Saga, Volume 2
Brian K. Vaughan, Fiona Staples
Lettere lutarane
Paolo Pasolini
Star Wars: Legacy, Vol. 7: Storms
Omar Francia, Jan Duursema, John Ostrander
Writing at the Margin: Discourse Between Anthropology and Medicine
Arthur Kleinman
Patients and Healers in the Context of Culture: An Exploration of the Borderland Between Anthropology, Medicine, and Psychiatry
Arthur Kleinman
Dave Gibbons, John Higgins, Alan Moore
Rethinking Psychiatry
Arthur Kleinman
The Difference Engine (Spectra special editions)
William Gibson
Descartes' Error: Emotion, Reason and the Human Brain
Antonio R. Damasio

X-Men: Deadly Genesis

X-Men: Deadly Genesis - Ed Brubaker, Trevor Hairsine I wish I could give it a 3.5 star, here, because it's not really just a 3, but if I compare it with other things I've read recently, comic book wise, it's not really a 4, either. I grew up watching X-men animations. Saw all the movies. Read a special on Wolverine (my favorite, along with Rogue) some years ago and that's it. Until today. X-men: Deadly Genesis made me want to get engaged with X-men again.Scratch what I said earlier. It's a 4. A book that brings me back to something is definitely a 4. :supernods: