I just did the measurements in centimetres and I got different results. The Irredeemable book should be taller. It should only be slightly shorter than the Wolverine book, like half way up the Wolverine label you added. I think you may have shortened it's measurement on purpous in order to clarify your idea of what's a significant size difference.
Yeah, I used to like King of Queens too. It wasn't fantastic but I thought it was a lot better than most American sitcoms. Kevin James is SO good in that. I also like how there aren't any kids, because then it focuses more on the whole "married life relationship" aspect, which is a very important part of shows like that. There isn't a lot I like on TV. In fact, I really dislike most of what's on. But I was able to enjoy King of Queens and I've watched quite a few episodes.
And Arthur in it, played by Ben Stiller's Dad is absolutely f***in hilarious. He's given me a lot of laughs. I'm smiling just thinking about him now. Great man.
I can't stand 30 Rock, personally.
Last year I watched The Walking Dead on TV and I loved it so much, I now always record each new episode. I've also bought the first two seasons on DVD, and before that I had never bought a DVD of a TV show ever in my life. Before last year I was a TV-series-DVD-virgin.
The Walking Dead has changed my life. I've never loved TV this much!
So since finding something that good on TV, I've become more emergent to other new series starting. Now I watch Utopia too. The Walking Dead and Utopia are currently the only two shows I really watch. I used to watch a lot of Family Guy and South Park but I've watched so many episodes now, that I've become a little bored of them.
I'm glad I started watching Utopia. It's really good. But I'm gutted because I missed Utopia #3 the other day and my Sky Box failed to record it. Now, I'm not sure if there's any point watching the rest. :(
I'm really interested in watching Breaking Bad, but I've never watched it before. I've become a bit of a fan of the main actor. He played Hal in Malcolm In The Middle and he was easily the funniest character on it. I think Hal will always be the actor's character masterpiece. He was a very layered character with more interesting qualities than most characters anywhere. He was a soppy looking, lovable, caring, middle-aged fool who did everything he could for his family. His girly scream made me laugh out loud every time I heard it. I especially liked the episode where he taught Reese how to ice skate. And his relationship with each of his sons was extremely well written; each differently, but also very similarly. Breaking Bad is obviously an entirely different beast.