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text 2017-06-23 01:31
Reading progress update: I've read 6 out of 320 pages.
Y: The Last Man Book Three - Pia Guerra,José Marzán Jr.,Brian K. Vaughan

more of this lunacy--Vaughan seems to perpetually sabotage any deep meaning I can find in this by just having fun and bumping off characters. the most thoughtful immaturity you can find out there. and the art is swell!

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text 2017-06-21 03:17
Reading progress update: I've read 122 out of 320 pages.
Y: The Last Man Book Two - Pia Guerra,Brian K. Vaughan

SOOO much fun! loving my return to this world--only something like this could make me put off Fredric Brown short stories for another day.

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text 2017-06-17 00:55
Reading progress update: I've read 6 out of 320 pages.
Y: The Last Man Book Two - Pia Guerra,Brian K. Vaughan

hmm, it's going to be interesting to return to this "Women Rule, And All The Men Are Gone (except one)" series, after experiencing Wonder Woman. there is even a version of "Amazons" in this proposed future. and they are tough!

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review 2017-06-05 00:32
Review: Saga, Volume 6
Saga, Volume 6 - Brian K. Vaughan,Fiona Staples

I read the first 3 volumes a couple years back, and thought it was a very well put together story for an audience that didn't include me. This volume is on this year's Hugo ballot, which is the only reason I read it. 

 

Turns out this is amazing. The art was always great, the writing was always solid, but now I'm digging the narrative so much I may have to go back and read the 2 volumes I skipped. 

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text 2017-06-03 14:43
Reading progress update: I've read 109 out of 256 pages.
Y The Last Man Book One - Brian K. Vaughan

okay. so it's Brian K. Vaughan doing a utopia where all the men have died--oops, did I say utopia, I meant to say dystopia where all the men died--except one. sooooo I was expecting more Edmund Cooper than Margaret Atwood, more Gender Genocide than The Handmaid's Tale. so far, it's kind of a mix of both, plus Designated Survivor, and a pinch of The Stand (the scary pinch). I like it, and it feels right to be reading it right now. bonus: the references to The Culper Ring, and what that was, make me want to get to the nonfiction book I have stashed called Our Man In Charleston.

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