Disclaimer: I didn't write The Astonishing Adventures of Fanboy and Goth Girl. Unfortunately.
She knew that she shouldn't been going.
She was supposed to be as pissed as hell at him, and she was. But that graphic novel was better than he would ever be, even though the main character was sure as shit Dina Jurgens in disguise (and it wasn't a very good one, how had he not seen it until she pointed it out?).
The mere fact that Bendis didn't see that (the idiot) was just... Well, she hadn't found a suitable adjective yet. And with the way her thoughts were running around in her mind, chasing each other like dumb geese, it seemed she wasn't going to anytime soon.
She put on the acceleration, fingering the hem of her poncho with the hand that wasn't driving.
Hopefully after this was over she wouldn't have to see Fanboy at all. She kept telling herself that this was the only reason she was going, the graphic novel. The story.
At least, that was what she told herself.