Thursday, May 01, 2014

Read in April

I've gotten behind on these posts once again -- partially because I think I'm the only that finds them useful in the first place, and partially because I'm doing Book-A-Day this year, so they're even more useless than usual. Anyway, this is being backdated to put it into the right place, but it was actually written on the first day of June.

Shouji Sato, Triage X, Vol. 4 (4/1)

Shouji Sato, Triage X, Vol. 5 (4/2)

Stave Brust & Skler White, The Incrementalists (4/2)

Nathan W. Pyle, NYC Basic Tips & Etiquette (4/3)

Kazu Kibuishi, editor, Explorer: The Lost Islands (4/4)

Charles Burns, One Eye (4/5)

Isabel Greenberg, The Encyclopeda of Early Earth (4/6)

Taiyo Matsumoto, Sunny, Vol. 2 (4/7)

Fumi Yoshinaga, What Did You Eat Yesterday?, Vol. 1 (4/8)

Rich Koslowski, Three Fingers (4/9)

The World of Charles Addams (4/9)

George O'Connor, Aphrodite: Goddess of Love (4/10)

Garth Ennis, Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti, The Pro (4/11)

Diana Wynne Jones, Reflections (4/11)

Charles M. Schulz, The Complete Peanuts, 1989 to 1990 (4/12)

Usamaru Furuya, No Longer Human, Vol. 1 (4/14)

Usamaru Furuya, No Longer Human, Vol. 2 (4/15)

Usamaru Furuya, No Longer Human, Vol. 3 (4/16)

Glenn Eichler & Joe Infurnari, Mush! (4/17)

Matt Fraction & Chip Zdarsky, Sex Criminals, Vol. 1: One Weird Trick (4/18)

Cervantes, adapted & illustrated by Rob Davis, The Complete Don Quixote (4/19)

Joe Sacco, The Great War: July 1, 1916: The First Day of the Somme (4/20)

Bill Ridgers, editor, The Economist Book of Business Quotations (4/21)

K.Thor Jensen, Red Eye, Black Eye (4/22)

Grant Morrison & Darrick Robertson, Happy! (4/23)

Peter Bagge, Woman Rebel (4/24)

Gilbert Hernandez, Girl Crazy (4/25)

Tom Rachman, The Rise & Fall of Great Powers (bound galleys, 4/25)

Aline & R. Crumb, Drawn Together (4/27)

Jose Oliver & Bartolo Torres, Young Lovecraft, Vol. 1 (4/28)

Zac Bissonnette, Good Advice from Bad People (4/28)

Alan Moore & Steve Parkhouse, The Bojeffries Saga (4/29)

Natsume Ono, La Quinta Camera (4/30)

More to come....

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