Thursday, November 01, 2018

Read in October

Well, here I am again, huh? And here's what I read this past month:

Nick Drnaso, Sabrina (10/1)

Molly Knox Ostertag, The Witch Boy (10/2)

Howard Chaykin, David Tischman, Marc Laming, and John Stokes, American Century, Vol. 1: Scars & Stripes (10/3)

Howard Chaykin, David Tischman, Marc Laming, and John Stokes, American Century, Vol. 2: Hollywood Babylon (10/3)

Carlos Fuentes, The Old Gringo (10/4)

Christopher J. Moore, In Other Words (10/5)

The Hernandez Brothers, Love and Rockets: New Stories, No. 5 (10/7)

Kyle Baker, I Die at Midnight (10/8)

Carla Speed McNeil, The Finder Library, Vol. 1 (10/9)

Matt Wagner, Mage: The Hero Discovered, Vol. 1 (10/10)

Matt Wagner, Mage: The Hero Discovered, Vol. 2 (10/11)

Tony Horwitz, One for the Road (10/12)

Gilbert Hernandez, The Adventures of Venus (10/13)

Andi Watson, The Complete Geisha (10/13)

Batman: The Jiro Kuwata Batmanga, Vol. 3 (10/15)

Liz Prince, Look Back and Laugh (10/16)

Kelly Sue DeConnick and others, Captain Marvel: Earth's Mightiest Hero, Vol. 2 (10/17)

Pratap Chatterjee and Khalil, Verax (10/18)

Dennis Lehane, The Drop (10/18)

Philip Larkin, Collected Poems (10/19)

Martha Wells, Rogue Protocol (10/20)

Anonymous, editor, Outrageous Tales from the Old Testament (10/21)

Neil Gaiman and Kim Newman, editors, Ghastly Beyond Belief (10/22)

Peter Bagge, Everybody Is Stupid Except for Me (10/23)

Brian Wood and Ryan Kelly, The New York Four (10/24)

Jason McNamara and Paige Braddock, The Martian Confederacy, Vol. 2: From Mars With Love (10/25)

The Hernandez Brothers, Love and Rockets: New Stories, No. 6 (10/26)

Gilbert Hernandez, Julio's Day (10/27)

Kristen Gudsnuk, Making Friends (10/28)

Alan Moore, J.H. Williams II, and Mick Grey, Promethea, Book 1 (10/29)

Noelle Stevenson, Shannon Watters, Kat Leyh, Brooke Allen, and Carolyn Nowak, Lumberjanes, Vol. 5: Band Together (10/30)

Stewart O'Nan, The Odds (10/30)

Jen Wang, The Prince and the Dressmaker (10/31)

And that was October -- only two months left to go with this Book-A-Day thing. As ever, I don't like to make promises, but it's looking good.

1 comment:

Shane said...

For next year, instead of book a day, might I propose “Novel a Week”? ��

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