- Captain America: Theater of War by Paul Jenkins, et al. (Checked out of the library.)
- Children of the Sea, vol. 2 by Daisuke Igarashi. Slow-paced, but beautiful manga about two boys who were raised by a pod of dugongs. (Library.)
- Girl Genius book9: Agatha Heterodyne and the Heirs of the Storm by Phil and Kaja Foglio. This is good as always, but it does sometimes feel like the story has stalled.
- Black Widow: Deadly Origin by Paul Cornell, Tom Raney, & John Paul Leon. (Library.)
DMZ, vol. 8: Hearts and Minds by Brian Wood, Riccardo Burchilli, & Ryan Kelly. Still great, even though the main character has become extremely unlikeable.
Scott Pilgrim's Finest Hour, vol. 6 by Bryan Lee O'Malley. Great and satisfying conclusion to the series. I hope the upcoming movie lives up to its source material.
- Avengers/X-Men: Utopia by Matt Fraction, et al. (Library.)
- Wolverine Weapon X, vol 1: Adamantium Men Premiere by Jason Aaron & Ron Garney. (Library.)
- The 120 Days of Simon: A Graphic Odyssey Through Sweden by Simon Gardenfors. A Swedish cartoonist and rapper spends four months couch surfing. I have to say he comes across as a bit of a jackass in this, but that may be deliberate. (Library.)
- Gotham City Sirens: Union by Paul Dini, Guillem March, et al. The story is good, but the art is very cheesecake-y, and not in a good way. (Library.)
- Power Girl: A New Beginning by Justin Gray, Jimmy Palmiotti, & Amanda Conner. Now, Amanda Conner does a good job of cheesecake art. Plus, she does great facial expressions and background details. (Library.)
Starman Omnibus, vol. 4 by James Robinson, Tony Harris, et al. This contains several issues that had not been previously reprinted, including the crossover with Hellboy.
- Theo and the Blue Note by Peter Kuper. Kid's book about jazz. (Library.)
- Tiny Titans: Adventures in Awesomeness by Art Baltazar and Franco. More kid's comics. (Library.)
FreakAngels, vol. 4 by Warren Ellis & Paul Duffield. The latest collection of Ellis's webcomic.
- X-Men First Class: Finals by Jeff Parker, Amilcar Pinna & Roger Cruz. I got this signed by Parker on Saturday, when he appeared at Cosmic Monkey Comics. He is one of my favorite current comics writers.
B.P.R.D., vol. 12: War on Frogs by Mike Mignola, John Arcudi, Guy Davis, et al. Collection of one-shots about the B.P.R.D.'s fight against the frog monsters.
- Irredeemable, vol. 3 by Mark Waid, Peter Krause, & Diego Barreto. (Library.)
- The Night Owls by Peter & Bobby Timony. The adventures of a 1920s detective agency that specializes in dealing with the supernatural.
And even with all that, I had time to watch some things:
- Munchhausen Gorgeous, extravagant German film from 1943 that contains absolutely no reference to the war.
- Mystery Science Theater 3000: Lost Continent
- Trek in the Park: Space Seed. Live re-creation of a classic Star Trek episode. This was a blast, made better by bumping into gretchin and Sven.
- MST3K: Beast of Yucca Flats