- Scary Godmother: Ghoul's Out for Summer by Jill Thompson. Comics featuring Thompson's spooky characters. For some reason, I did not get this when it first came out years ago. And I have regretted it ever since, as the book went out of print. Fortunately, I found a used copy at Powell's. Fun stuff for all ages.
- Siege: Thor by Kieron Gillen, Billy Tan, et al. I still haven't read the main Siege story (and it sounds like I'm not missing much), but this is quite good (although it does feel disjointed, since a lot of the story is happening elsewhere). (Checked out of the library.)
- John Constantine, Hellblazer: India by Peter Milligan, et al. More horror. This time dealing with some aspects of Britain's colonial legacy.
- B.P.R.D., vol. 14: King of Fear by Mike Mignola, John Arcudi, & Guy Davis. The conclusion of the first part of B.P.R.D.'s story. I'm guessing later parts won't take 14 volumes to cover, but I am looking forward to reading them.
- The Creeper by Steve Ditko.
While Ditko's art is very stylized, I like it a lot, and it does not disappoint. The writing on the stories collected here, on the other hand, is not exactly, scintillating. Still, it's nice to see Ditko get some love.
- Marvel Adventures Spider-Man: Spectacular by Paul Tobin, Roberto Di Salvo, et al. I have now caught up on the collections of Tobin's Marvel Adventures Spider-Man. (There are other Marvel Adventures books he has written I still need to get.)
- Marvels: Eye of the Camera by Kurt Busiek, Roger Stern, & Jay Anaclete. Sequel to Busiek & Alex Ross's Marvels. Well done, but kind of depressing since it focuses on a time when Marvel Comics were filled with anti-heroes.
- Tangent Comics, vol. 3 by various.
- Ayako by Osamu Tezuka.
Tezuka's saga about a powerful and decadent family in post-War Japan.
Not much in the way of movies this week, so I'll put those off.