An excellent graphic novel, even if you don't like to read them. Written by Derf Backderf, an actual high school classmate of Jeffrey Dahmer. The story is based on his experiences and exhaustive research conducted by the author, and it's a fascinating read!
Jessica Ingram -- "Memorial for Vernon Dahmer on the Site of His Death, Hattiesburg, Mississippi" (2010) -- "[Her] work, which explores the quiet pathos of some of the crueler moments of our country’s narrative, offers a dignified response to the outrage of denial. Her photographs document the places in which major events happened that have been forgotten or neglected in the South. She has interviewed survivors, friends, & relatives of victims of the Civil Rights struggle."
Local teenager Doug Smith (AssistDir,Youth Coordinator Hattiesburg project) sits behind the wheel of one of Vernon Dahmer's tractors. Immediately behind him is Mr. Dahmer's son Dennis and to Dennis' right is his friend Alfonso Harris. Sitting on the tractor engine is Freedom School teacher Denise Jackson (Detroit, Michigan; a student at Barnard College), and standing beside the tractor is Lorne Cress (Chicago, Illinois), Dir CommCtrs . Vernon Dahmer's fish fry at the Kelly Settlement on July…
Friends is the funniest/greatest show ever to exist! Whether or not I am actually moving furniture, I yell the word 'pivot', randomly during the day. My brother and I use it as an inside joke. Ross and Chandler trying to move a couch! hahahah
Fables Vol. 1: Legends in Exile ($9.44) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0064W667Y/hpb2-20/ASIN/B0064W667Y It was fun trying to pick out the characters from various fairy tales, the art was strong and the writing very good, and the story was fun to follow. - It's definitely a series I recommend to anyone who enjoys both graphic novels and fairy tales. - The story moves along fast enough that it doesn't feel like the exposition that it really is.