Savory Pies published by Booksumo press is free. Yeah, I know I hadn't heard of them either. I would also argue that a soufflé is not a pie. However, I made the Milky Asparagus Souffle and it was really good. Like, really good and rather easy to make. ( I mean Michael, my roommate who is a bit picky in a good way about his food - very cultivated taste buds - loved it and put it on the make again list). So if you are looking for cookbooks, it's worth a look.
Forgive me for not posting the pics, but my laptop is being fixed, and I’m being lazy.
I haven’t read all the other Image books I picked up, but of the ones so far:
I Hate Fairyland #1 - okay, I had already this, but seriously this series if brilliant, especially when you get to the Labryinth parody in later issues. (Read the whole series, I love it so much)
The Old Guard #1 - this is the basis for the Netflix movie (?) with Charlize Theron. The first issue’s artwork I found to be a bit busy, but it does have two strong female leads. It is an interesting idea.
Battlepug #1 - this is funny. Cohan rides a giant pug, whose name might be Sir Sprinkles Goodsniffer von Wigglebottom. There is also a parody of Trump in the opening pages. It is actually pretty great. If you have already read I Hate Fairyland, you might want to try this.
Pathfinder #1 - I’m of mixed feelings about this. It is done in part with an eye to the role blaming crowd, so it includes character sheets. The characters are great. It’s just why does the woman who is the leader wear something that is so exposing when walking though the forest?
And of Saga #1 - it is as good as everyone says.
Abby in Wonderland - good little riff on Alice. Abby has to find her wand It was great seeing Oscar as a King. The cleverness of Carroll's work isn't here but it is not a bad take on it.
Big Red Riding Hood - Big Bird has to deliver goods to his grandmother and then he meets Cookie Monster (aka the Big Bad Wolf). Cookie wants all the strawberries. Who can blame him, come to think of it? It was a fun read.