1. Unwritten Volume 9. The Unwritten Fables
This was a Fables/Unwritten crossover story arc. It didn't have anything to do with the Fables storylines but it was connected to Fables so I bought it with the intention to read. Alas, I have yet to and I'm actually really behind in my Fables too. I haven't read any of the Unwritten comics and I was hoping this may spur me on to. We shall see.
2. Fables/Fairest comics
I think, as I am so far behind hide, I will be forced to wait until the paperbacks come out. I haven't read any Fables or Fairest comics since November. I have been caught up in books and my film magazines, but writing that just sounds like an excuse. I'll read the ones I have stored, then I'll catch up. I think I stopped because I knew it was all ending in June. That's right, in case you didn't know, Fables is officially ending in June.
3. The Big Over Easy by Jasper Fforde
I was hooked on the Thursday Next series and I have now moved onto the next set of book in audiobook form. I loved the sound of the Nursery Crime Division as it mixes the Next series with a detective vibe involving crimes against literary characters. Sadly other books have come my way since I bought it and it is still on my shelf.
4. Banshee Season 2
For a while I was unable to watch US TV online so I had to wait and buy it on DVD the old fashioned way. After getting Banshee season 1 for my birthday last year I was hooked. The show is about a criminal who sets out to find his old partner/lover after being released from prison. He ends up pretending to be the local Sheriff of a small town that she now lives in under a fake name. The fake Sheriff has a few run in with local gangster/butcher who also happens to have rejected from the Dutch Amish community. Such a great show! It has been a sleeper hit, now in its in 3rd season. I only managed to see 2 episodes from season 2 and then had to endure the wait for the DVD release. I finally got my hands on it but its been a few weeks now. I think I am biding my time.
5. The Aristocats
I have only seen this film once and I don't remember much, just that song, 'Everybody wants to be a Cat'. I prefer dogs so it follows that I never had much interest for this Disney classic. Seeing as I have some Disney points to burn, I got a free DVD and as I had most or didn't want copies, I got this. Once day I'll watch it, I promise.