I don't watch much TV and when I do its usually months after all the other fans have moved on. The same with cinema.
I download a ton of samples to my kindle but I don't fall in love with a lot of books. I haven't committed to a serialised manga for years. I kinda get the feeling there are always a bunch of exciting fandoms out there that are just passing me by.
So...I've just had a look at BBC America's Copper. 2 episodes in and I'm not feeling it. Especially after Boardwalk & Ripper Street. Should I stick with it?
I just re-watched the 1990's TV version of Neverwhere. Liked it - might have a go at the book, as a Gaiman noob is it a good place to start?
Lately I've just been reading science and history books. I need some fancy word craft and outlandish tales to balance all that education.
As for anime...I was into Hyakujitsu No Bara and to my eternal shame I followed Kuroshitsuji for a bit. Should I try Drrr! or Baccano again? If something doesn't make me care in the first ep I tend to get distracted...
Come on DW, it's gonna be a long wait for Thor 2 and Boardwalk Empire s4, so recc me up!