- Freakangels, vol. 5 by Warren Ellis & Paul Duffield.
Another collection of the excellent webcomic.
- Incorruptible, vol. 2 by Mark Waid & Horacio Domingues. Super-villain reforms after a super-hero goes bad. (Checked out of the library.)
- Incorruptible, vol. 3 by Mark Waid & Marco Takara. (Library.)
- Astonishing X-Men, vol. 6: Exogenetic by Warren Ellis & Phil Jimenez. SF take on the X-Men.
- Chew, vol. 3: Just Desserts by John Layman & Rob Guillory. (Library.)
- Morning Glories, vol. 1: For a Better Future by Nick Spencer & Joe Eisma. Runaways crossed with The Prisoner.
- Secret Avengers, vol. 1: Mission to Mars by Ed Brubaker & Mike Deodato. (Library.)
- Batman: Fortunate Son by Gerard Jones & Gene Ha. Batman & rock 'n' roll.
- The Sixth Gun, bk. 1: Cold Dead Fingers by Cullen Bunn & Brian Hurtt
Great supernatural western. May need to get a copy for myself. (Library.)
- Hikaru no Go, vol. 22: China vs. Japan by Yumi Hotta & Takeshi Obata. (Library.)
- Stephen King's The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger: The Journey Begins adapted by Robin Furth, Peter David, & Sean Phillips. (Borrowed from Teena.)
- Captain America: Man and Wolf by Mark Gruenwald & Rik Loving. Captain America as a werewolf. (Library.)
- Black Panther by Jack Kirby.
- Moving Pictures bu Kathryn & Stuart Immonen
The other graphic novels written by Kathryn Immonen that I have read (mostly superheroes) haven't really impressed me. This one, about people smuggling art out of Nazi control during WWII, did. (Library.)
- Time and the Batman by Grant Morrison, Tony S. Daniel, et al.
- Pantheon by Mark Andreyko & Stephen Molnar. This version of "Greek gods in the modern world" (from an idea by Michael Chiklis) reads like a series proposal that didn't go anywhere. Zeus is even drawn to look like Chiklis. (Library.)
- Mondo Urbano: A Sex, Drugs and Rock'n'roll Story. by Mateus Santolouco, Eduardo Medeiros, & Rafael Albuquerque. (Library.)
- Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne by Grant Morrison, et al. Baman lost in time.
- Suicide Squad, vol. 1: Trial by Fire by John Ostrander & Luke McDonnell.
Finally, a collection (the first of several, I hope) of one of the best super-hero comics of the 80s. Ahead of its time then and possibly even now. I really hope this sells well and we see more collections.
- Moto Hagio's A Drunken Dream and Other Stories. Shojo manga that ranged from just okay to amazing ("Iguana Girl"). Library.
- Essential Nova by Marv Wolfman, Sal Buscema, Carmine Infantino, et al. Marvel's 70s attempt to recapture the magic of Spider-Man.
Not caught up yet, but that's enough for now. More tomorrow.