What are you reading in October 2018?
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I have finished Les Beaux Étés, 3: Mam'zelle Estérel, which again show us the Vacations of the beloved family. It is lighthearted and makes you a smile in the end.
Well it is not comics, but I am reading Slugfest: Inside the Epic, 50-year Battle between Marvel and DC. It good, but I think that Marvel Comics: The Untold Story is better.
Catching up on the Bendis creator-owned titles (Jinxworld) at DC: Happy to have Scarlet resumed, intrigued by Pearl, and still need to track down Cover.
Our library was donated a copy of Pride of the Decent Man, which was published last year but I don't recall hearing of previously. It was a slim volume with a beautiful and poignant story.
Oh, and I also read House Party by Rachael Smith after picking it up at NYCC last week. Not a super deep read but it was interesting enough. The illustrations were lively.
Just finished Volume 1 of Trish Trash: Rollergirl on Mars. It wasn't perfect by a long shot, but intriguing enough for me to want to read the next volume. Of course my library system had volume 1, but not number 2....
having zero luck with touchstones today, btw
9> I started and went about 7 tpbs in, then moved, and didn't get back to it, i loved what i read though. i should make the time to return to it...
>13 jnwelch: Wow, that's funny. It must be good if you've continued along that far.
I just read Good Night, Planet by Liniers, which is an adorable early reader graphic novel. Perfect if you have little ones in your life who you want to introduce to comics reading.
>14 sweetiegherkin: It keeps my interest while driving me crazy trying to figure it out. :-)
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