- Mark Twain's Autobiography 1910-2010 by Michael Kupperman.
Nonsense about Mark Twain's adventures in the 20th century. (Checked out of the library.)
- Chi's Sweet Home, vol. 1 by Konami Kanata.
I heard this series described as "Yotsuba &! for cat-people", so I thought I'd take a look. It's cute, but it doesn't live up to that description. (Library.)
- Joe the Barbarian by Grant Morrison & Sean Murphy.
Fantastic book about a teenager having amazing adventures in a wonderland. Or maybe he's hallucinating as he slips into an insulin coma. Morrison at the height of his game. Beautiful art from Murphy.
- Chimichanga by Eric Powell.
Cute story about a little girl with a beard and her monster that hatched from an egg. (Library.)
- The Compleat Terminal City by Dean Motter & Michael Lark.
Retro-futurism at its best. Lots of puns and adventure. The only thing that keeps me from recommending this wholeheartedly is that several plots are left unresolved. This is less style-over-substance than Motter's Mister X series, but there is still some in evidence.
- Jennifer Blood, vol. 1: Woman's Work Is Never Done by Garth Ennis, et al.
Bloody vengeance (which could describe a hefty percentage of Ennis's work). (Library.)
Feeling tired, so I'm postponing movies another week.