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Last week, we reported on DC’s decision to change the title of Vertigo series Collider, which had only published one issue, to FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics, or FBPFBPfbbpppffbbbbtttt for short. The reason for the name change?
Two thieves want answers. Riyria is born. For more than a year Royce Melborn has tried to forget Gwen DeLancy, the woman who saved him and his partner Hadrian Blackwater from certain death. Unable to get her out of his mind, the two thieves return to Medford but receive a very different reception —- Gwen refuses to see them. The victim of abuse by a powerful noble, she suspects that Royce will ignore any danger in his desire for revenge. By turning the thieves away, Gwen hopes to once more protect them. What she doesn’t realize is what the two are capable of —- but she’s about to find out.
Author Elmore Leonard died earlier today due to complications from a stroke he suffered from earlier this month. Most recently, known for creating the lead character Raylan Givens of the hit FX series Justified, Leonard has had several of his novels adapted into feature length films including Get Shorty, 3:10 To Yuma, Out Of Sight, and Rum Punch, which was adapted into the film Jackie Brown directed by Quentin Tarantino. Never being much of a book reader I never read any of Leonard’s novels, but for the most part I enjoyed watching their onscreen adaptations.
At 87 years old, it’s at least nice to see Leonard lived a long life and was surrounded by loved ones when he passed on. R.I.P. Elmore Leonard; you’ll continue to live on in our hearts and minds through the amazing stories you’ve given us over the years.