Breaking with my three-day-weekend tradition & updating on Sunday (albeit late on Sunday). However, I am keeping my comments short.
- The Talisman, Volume 1: The Road of Trials by Stephen King, Peter Straub, Robin Furth, & Tony Shasteen. I think I have read more graphic novel adaptations of King books than I have his actual novels. (Borrowed from Teena.)
- Fantastic Four: World's Greatest by Mark Millar & Bryan Hitch. I think I need to stop reading Millar's comics. They just feel like he's pandering. (Checked out of the library.)
- It's Only a Game by Charles Schulz & Jim Sasseville.
The other comic strip Schulz created. (Library.)
- Showcase Presents Batgirl by various. Fun comics from the 60s & 70s.
- Scalped, vol. 6: The Gnawing by Jason Aaron & R.M. Guera.
This just gets better and better. I do hope Aaron has an ending in mind and doesn't just drag on and on. (Library.)
- Thor, vol. 3 by J. Michael Straczynski & Marko Djurdjevic. The end of Straczynski's run. (Library.)
- Crogan's Vengeance by Chris Schweizer. Young adult comic about pirates. Seems fairly accurate. Very well done. (Library.)
- High Soft Lisp by Gilbert Hernandez. Previously uncollected story about Fritz. (Library.)
- Atomic Robo, Volume 3: Atomic Robo and the Shadow from Beyond Time by Brian Clevinger & Scott Wegener. Lovecraftian horror. Featuring Carl Sagan. (Library.)
- 20th Century Boys, vol. 10: The Faceless Boy by Naoki Urasawa.
- Invaders: The Eve of Destruction by Roger Stern, Steve Epting, et al. I wish more of Stern's comics were collected.
- Fall of the Hulks: The Savage She-Hulks by Jeff Parker, Salva Espin, et al.