Wednesday, October 04, 2006

And the streak continues.
  1. Dramacon, vol. 1 by Svetlana Chmakova. (Checked out of the library.)
  2. Kingdom Hearts, vol. 1 by Shiro Amano. (Library.)
  3. Toxin: The Devil You Know by Peter Milligan and Darick Robertson. I like a lot of Milligan's work, but his superhero work (other than X-Force/X-Statix) simply isn't all that good. (Library.)
  4. Walt Kelly's Our Gang by Walt Kelly. (Library.)
  5. Girl Genius, vol. 5: Agatha Heterodyne and the Clockwork Princess by Phil and Kaja Foglio. If you like mad science or steampunk stories, I cannot recommend this series highly enough. The Foglios have created an amazingly though-out world.
  6. X-Statix Presents: Dead Girl by Peter Milligan, Nick Dragotta, and Mike Allred. Speaking of good superhero work from Milligan, here's an example.
  7. The Legend of GrimJack, vol. 5 by John Ostrander, Tom Sutton, et al. There was a huge delay in the publication of this volume. I fervently hope more volumes are coming. This series deserves to be widely known.
  8. Marvel Monsters by various.
  9. La Perdida by Jessica Abel. I wish I knew what to say about this other than that I quite enjoyed it. (Library.)
  10. Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic by Alison Bechdel. An extremely well-crafted autobiographical tale of Bechdel's relationship with her father. (Library.)
  11. Lost at Sea by Bryan Lee O'Malley. (Borrowed from Alex.)
  12. X-Men/Black Panther: Wild Kingdom by Peter Milligan, Reginald Hudlin, et al. eh. (Library.)
  13. Invincible, vol. 6: A Different World by Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley. (Library.)
  14. Wolverine/Punisher by Peter Milligan & Lee Weeks. (Library.)
  15. Death Note, vol. 7: Zero by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. I continue to enjoy this horror series, and this volume contained some twists I was not expecting.
  16. Batman and the Monster Men by Matt Wagner. This is a retelling of one of the earliest Batman stories, and I have to say I enjoyed this version quite a bit more than the original.
  17. X-Men: Deadly Genesis by Ed Brubaker and Trevor Hairsine, with Pete Woods. (Library.)
  18. The Book of Lost Souls, vol. 1: Introductions All Around by J. Michael Straczynski and Colleen Doran.
  19. Maison Ikkoku, vol. 11 by Rumiko Takahashi.
  20. Skrull Kill Krew by Grant Morrison, Mark Millar, and Steve Yeowell. Not Morrison's best work, but okay in a mindless, violent way.

Less than a month behind now. At this rate, I may just actually get caught up by the end of the week.

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