I went thrift store hopping today. Found a few decent VHS, but at our last stop, something magical happened. This particular Habitat for Humanity location housed a sizeable library. I browsed for several minutes while my mother looked at furniture. They had special items in glass cases, but the prices were rather exorbitant. I didn't think much of it. I saw a cool book here and there. As I was preparing to exit the analgesic calm of the media center, I spotted it. I gasped. Literally. I've been coveting this tome since I was a kid, and while you can find it online for $75 (or cheaper if you're lucky), chancing upon the genuine article in "the wild" is damn near orgasmic.

If you haven't figured out what I'm salivating over, I found the rare Creepshow graphic novel whose release coincided with that of the film (first edition, bitch). If you know me, you know that this is a big deal. Creepshow is one of my favorite motion pictures of all time (read my review HERE). The book is not in fantastic shape, but I don't care. I'm never selling it, unless I wind up on the streets. Even then, I would resort to sucking cock before I gave this fucker away.

Onto other pressing matters...my schedule has been rickety as of late, so I haven't been able to focus on music reviews like I had planned. I'll rectify that next week. You'll also see new editions of Vanity Scare and Panels From Beyond the Grave. Fast-forwarding to May, it will be a fun month for RR Inc. It shall be themed. Given the random nature of the site, I don't usually go for themes, but I make exceptions for random themes. Hmm, that's an oxymoron. It will make sense once I formally announce all of this nonsense. Sensical nonsense...damn, I did it again! Just trust me on this one, okay?

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