The recent developments in the webcomic Nimona are Very Concerning. I just want the happy Gay Dads, AU, okay? Can that be an ending? And I'd like Goldenlion, should he survive (he better survive!), to not be Symbolically Disabled, because I'm pretty not okay with that symbolism.
Watched the Hallow Crown version of Richard II with Ben Whishaw as
Jesus the title character (seriously though, what was with all the Jesus symbolism? Is that the only way we're supposed to understand the Divine Right of Kings, or what?) Anyway, it had a good start, dragged quite a bit in the middle, then a good ending. Not enough Patrick Stewart though. I'd be interested to see the David Tennant version. Oh, how is Rory Kinnear supposed to turn into Jeremy Irons when he grows up? I'm confused.
I'm trying to watch more Shakespeare though, as I've only seen film versions of a dozen or so of the plays (in three or four different versions for some of them, and some filmed stage productions), and want to work though the lot. I seem to make it to the Fringe a lot more than I hit regular theatre, which is fine, but they're more meta commentary than original versions (the only Shakespeare I've seen live was a college production of Twelfth Night and a pro version of The Taming of the Shrew set in the wild west, which... didn't make it better, really). Though the dude who did the one-man version of Romeo and Juliet at the Fringe was both very, very pretty and very, very energetic.
Listening to an audiobook about the shootout at the OK Corral. So far, I'm rooting for the Apache. They weren't actually involved in those specific events, but I feel as though someone ought to be rooting for them, and the author clearly is not.