Friday, August 01, 2014

Read in July

This is another index post typed up after the fact; I'm tending to do them two or three months at a time, since I have the Book-A-Day posts to go into depth about what I've read. But I like order and regularity, so I'll keep doing these monthly posts as well: mostly so when I look back in two or five years, there won't be any unseemly holes in the record.

Howard Chaykin, The Shadow: Blood & Judgment (7/1)

Evan Dorkin, Milk and Cheese: Dairy Products Gone Bad (7/1)

James Morrow, The Madonna and the Starship (7/2)

Dave Land, editor, Tales of the Fear Agent (7/3)

Sacchi, Is This a Zombie?, Vol. 1 (7/4)

Ross Petra & Kathryn Petras, Wretched Writing (7/4)

Sacchi, Is This a Zombie?, Vol. 2 (7/5)

Kevin Cannon, Crater XV (7/5)

Sacchi, Is This a Zombie?, Vol. 3 (7/6)

H.P. Lovecraft, adapted by I.N.J. Culbard, At the Mountains of Madness (7/6)

Sacchi, Is This a Zombie?, Vol. 4 (7/7)

Lynda Barry, Picture This (7/7)

Sacchi, Is This a Zombie?, Vol. 5 (7/8)

Ben Katchor, Hand-Drying in America and Other Stories (7/8)

Sacchi, Is This a Zombie?, Vol. 6 (7/9)

Sacchi, Is This a Zombie?, Vol. 7 (7/10)

Jules Feiffer, The Collected Works, Vol. 1: Clifford (7/11)

Emmanuel Guibert, How the World Was (digital proof, 7/12)

Toby Litt & Mark Buckingham, Dead Boy Detectives, Vol. 1: Schoolboy Terrors (digital proof, 7/13)

Gene Luen Yang & Sonny Liew, The Shadow Hero (digital proof, 7/14)

Rick Remender, Matteo Scalera & Dean White, Black Science, Vol. 1: How to Fall Forever (7/15)

Carl Hiaasen, Dance of the Reptiles (7/15)

Alan Moore, Garry Leach & Alan Davis, Miracleman,. Vol. 1: A Dream of Flying (7/16)

Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples, Saga, Vol. 1 (7/17)

Paul Theroux & Steve McCurry, The Imperial Way (7/17)

Roz Chast, Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant? (7/18)

Bill Mauldin, Willie and Joe: The WWII Years (7/19)

George Booth, Booth Again! (7/20)

Terry LaBan, Love's Not a Three-Dollar Fare (7/21)

Rutu Modan, The Property (7/22)

Dave Barry, You Can Date Boys When You're Forty (7/22)

Doug Moench & Tony Wong, Batman: Hong Kong (7/23)

John Layman & Rob Guillory, Chew, Vol. 1: Taster's Choice (7/24)

Brandon Montclare & Amy Reeder, Rocket Girl, Vol. 1: Times Squared (digital proof, 7/25)

Rick Spears, James Callahan & Luigi Anderson, The Auteur Book One: President's Day (digital proof, 7/27)

Mark Evanier & Roger Langridge, Rocky & Bullwinkle (digital proof, 7/28)

Moyoco Anno, In Clothes Called Fat (7/29)

Larry Niven, adapted by Robert Mandell & Sean Lam, Ringworld: The Graphic Novel, Part One (7/30)

Jacques Tardi, The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec, Vol. 1 (7/31)

And that was July; if I turn out to be really energetic today, I'll also continue on and get August read to post on time.

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