Sadly, the final few chapters of the book were illustrated competently enough that there are no hilariously bad pictures.
It's like the author got better at drawing as the book progressed. Which makes sense I suppose, but maybe he could have practiced a little BEFORE writing a book that depended on having lots of illustrations.
However, I just noticed that the author's name is "Dick Schnacke" which is a funny name, however it's pronounced.
Review and Slight spoilers for the old book "Alas Babylon". Show more
Finally got around to finishing this book about survivors of a nuclear war.
It's quite good.
While the book is still mostly about a white male hero, portrayals of women get noticeably better after the bombs fall. I guess the author was trying to make a point there. It gets a little bit lost nowadays since the book is still very 1950s.
The very last line of the book was dumb. Shoulda left it off.
This is the most generically titled game since "Space Marine"
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Oh. I see.
In addition to action figure bodies with "well defined woman secret part", they also sell startlingly well rendered celebrity heads.
So for a total of [checks calculator] $102 + S/H, you can have a nude figure of Emma Watson, or any other popular actress.
I wonder if you can also buy scale versions of a costume she wore in a film, or if that's not necessary at all.
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