Friday, September 21, 2012

Anyone says 'autumn' is their favorite season, throw this in their face.

'Ooh, it's so pretty, and the leaves change colors!' Yes. Because they're dead.
Tomorrow's the first day of fall. It's called fall. I don't think I've ever even said the word 'autumn' out loud. 'Course, I did grow up in Montana, where winter can run from September to April...

"Fear is the Name of the Game!" Scripted by Marv Wolfman, pencils by Gene Colan, inks by Tom Palmer. Originally from Tomb of Dracula #15, 1973. Reprinted in Halloween Megazine #1 in 1996--man, I wish those Marvel Megazine reprints had caught on.


2 comments:

Dale Bagwell said...

Dude, Montana or not, I don't think anyone outside of meteorologists or school teachers say the word autumn. It's always been fall for me. At least we get to gain an hour, but for the working stiffs, all that means is an extra hour of work:(

Talk to you this weekend if you're not visiting with your kids.

SallyP said...

Tomorrow is the Autumnal Equinox! Woohoo!

I love Fall! I live in New England, so the leaf season is spectacular. They are making cider again, and we grew pumpkins, and we can have a fire in the fireplace again and eat something other than salads!