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text 2017-07-20 18:36
Some Graphic Novels
Wonder Woman Vol. 2: Year One (Rebirth) - Greg Rucka
The Unworthy Thor Vol. 1 - Olivier Coipe... The Unworthy Thor Vol. 1 - Olivier Coipel (illustrator) Jason Aaron (author)
Moonshine Volume 1 - Brian Azzarello Moonshine Volume 1 - Brian Azzarello

Which won't scan dammit.

 

Wonder Woman Year one which I really enjoyed. A great origin story with only occasional weird angles that look like the artist is trying to upskirt or stare down the boobs

 

Then I read Unworthy Thor, he's just being an angsty teen. Seriously, he needs to adult up.

 

Then I read Moonshine Vol 1, not my kind of art style and I have no urge to read more.

 

Entertaining few reads, they go so quickly. I read the Wonder Woman twice.  I do want to read more in this series

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text 2017-07-19 15:07
Reading progress update: I've read 1 out of 416 pages.
Velvet Deluxe Hardcover - Ed Brubaker

this looks like it may be the most ambitious graphic novel that is part of the Spy genre, so of course I have to devour it.

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text 2017-07-18 14:52
Reading progress update: I've read 144 out of 328 pages.
Y: The Last Man Book Five - Brian K. Vaughan

the Matsumori story arc seems to have been resolved, characters are taking a breath and then splitting up into smaller groups with separate plans and destinations, and yes, I do wonder how you wrap things up in a dystopia like this. I suspect it's done...bleakly.

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text 2017-07-18 02:11
Reading progress update: I've read 75 out of 328 pages.
Y: The Last Man Book Five - Brian K. Vaughan

 a bloody, vicious, epic battle between 355 and Toyota. this final volume is off to an intense start.

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text 2017-07-12 01:53
Reading progress update: I've read 7 out of 328 pages.
Y: The Last Man Book Five - Brian K. Vaughan

this marks the end of this series; they packed it all into five volumes. I really recommend it; it's a lot of fun, and it'll make you stop and ponder our own world a bit, although I think (so far) that it could have done that even a little bit more. of the big-deal Vertigo series that have hugely impressive reps several years after they wrapped up, I think DMZ has got this one beat on the must-read scale. but Y: The Last Man, a much shorter ride, has been a blast. and who knows--I haven't absorbed the ending, yet. I have a feeling it's going to be...serious. maybe the most serious part of the whole shebang.

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