Marith had never seen
The Mummy, so we
watched it.I don't think she appreciated it as much as tumblr does, but
that was pretty much the whole evening.
Now I have read
The Ancient Magus' Bride (Kore Yamazaki), which covers
pretty much the same ground as the anime, ending with Chise giving
[SPOILER] the [SPOILER] status. In vol 10, a whole new arc starts, where
Chise and Elias are both going to have to deal with Humans. I am sure
there will be no problems whatsoever.
The Outside (Ada Hoffman) is about a physicist trying to
live under the transcendent
only slightly soul-eating AI
gods when they have declared all the good parts of physics heretical just
because they drive humans mad and may destroy the universe. The main
character is explicitly autistic, but aside from sensory issues, it doesn't
seem to affect things much, which may indicate that the author (who is
autistic herself) is a better writer than I am a reader.