Sunday, April 01, 2018

Read in March 2018

Not to jinx it, but...I seem to be chugging along with this Book-A-Day thing. My comics shelves are noticeably less full than they were a couple of months ago, and I'm getting the posts out every day like clockwork.

This means something is about to go horribly wrong, doesn't it?

Thu Bui, The Best We Could Do (3/1)

Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda, Monstress, Vol. 1: Awakening (3/2)

Cecil Castellucci and Marley Zarcone, Shade the Changing Girl, Vol. 1: Earth Girl Made Easy (3/3)

Jonathan Lethem, editor, The Best American Comics 2015 (3/4)

Roz Chast, editor, The Best American Comics 2016 (3/5)

Stewart O'Nan, The Night Country (3/5)

Batton Lash, The Soddyssey and Other Tales of Supernatural Law (3/6)

Batton Lash, The Werewolf of New York (3/7)

Ryan North and Erica Henderson, The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol. 3: Squirrel, You Really Got Me Now (3/8)

Frank Miller, Brian Azzarello, Andy Kubert, and Klaus Jason, Batman: The Dark Knight: Master Race (3/9)

Kyle Baker, Nat Turner (3/10)

Paul Grist and Phil Elliott, Jack Staff, Vol. 2: Soldiers (3/11)

Charles Forsman, I Am Not Okay With This (3/12)

Pascal Girard, Nicolas (3/13)

Eleanor Davis, You & A Bike & A Road (3/14)

Bill Corbett and Len Peralta, Super-Powered Revenge Christmas (3/15)

Sergio Aragones, Mark Evanier, and Thomas Yeates, Groo Vs. Conan (3/16)

Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen,  Descender, Vol. 4 (3/17)

Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang, Paper Girls, Vol. 3 (3/18)

Cassandra Jean, Reindeer Boy (3/19)

Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill, Nemo: Heart of Ice (3/20)

Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill, Nemo: The Roses of Berlin (3/21)

Dan Wells, Nothing Left To Lose (3/21)

Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill, Nemo: River of Ghosts (3/22)

Ted McKeever's Meta4 (3/23)

Jeff Lemire, Essex County (3/24)

Nina Bunjevac, Fatherland (3/25)

Nick Bertozzi, Lewis & Clark (3/26)

Mike Mignola, Chris Roberson and Paul Grist, The Visitor: How and Why He Stayed (3/27)

Mike Mignola, Chris Roberson and Christopher Mitten, Rise of the Black Flame (3/28)

Nicholson Baker, The Anthologist (3/28)

Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples, Saga, Vol. 8 (3/29)

Gretchen Edgren, The Playmate Book (3/29)

Masamune Shirow, The Ghost in the Shell (3/30)

Frederik Peeters, Aama, Vol. 3: The Dust of Mirrors (3/31)

That's 35 books, for the third month in a row. If I can keep up this pace, I might even beat my record for most books read in a year. (That's currently 419, set in 1993: a year when I didn't have the Internet or children to distract me, plus I was reading for a living.) Of course, we all know any "if this goes on" projection is guaranteed to be wrong.

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