Year 0 Month 2 Reading List

Reading List:

Insanely Twisted Rabbits by Michel Gagne
Torso by Brian Michael Bendis & Marc Andreyko
Lamb by Christopher Moore
City of Glass by Paul Auster, Paul Karasik & David Mazzuchelli
Marshal Blueberry vol. 1 Sur Ordre de Washington par William Vance & Jean Giraud
Colocs en Stock par Hergé (en Français Quebecois)
the Sasquatch at Home by Eden Robinson
Locke and Key vol 4. Keys to the Kingdom by Joe Hill & Gabriel Rodriguez
the Rise of Ransom City by Felix Gilman
In One Person by John Irving
Out by Natsuo Kirino
XIII vol 1. le Jour du Soleil Noir par Jean Van Hamme et William Vance
Reading Comics by Douglas Wolk
Delirium’s Party by Jill Thompson
Daredevil Ultimate Collection vol. 1 by Brian Michael Bendis, Alex Maleev, David Mack, Manuel Gutierrez & Rachel Dodson
the Crow (Special Edition) by James O’Barr
Rachel Rising vol 2. Fear No Malus by Terry Moore
Daredevil Ultimate Collection vol. 2 by Brian Michael Bendis, & Alex Maleev
Daredevil Ultimate Collection vol. 3 by Brian Michael Bendis, & Alex Maleev
Pendragon book 1: the Merchant of Death by DJ MacHale & Carla Speed McNeil
Olympians: Zeus, King of the Gods by George O’Connor
the Macguffin by Stanley Elkin
Love and Rockets (New Stories) no. 1 by the Hernandez Brothers
Curses by Kevin Huizenga
Paying for It by Chester Brown
How Music Works by David Byrne
Blankets by Craig Thompson
Nemo: Heart of Ice by Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill
Ultimate Spider-man – Ultimate Collection 1 by Brian Michael Bendis & Mark Bagley
Astro City vol. 1 – Life in the Big City by Kurt Busiek, Brent Anderson & Alex Ross

5 Responses to Year 0 Month 2 Reading List

  1. Kathryn Rubidoux says:

    Every time you post one of these, I feel guilty about not reading more. I used to read all the time but then I began writing more and reading less. What were the 5 best books you read last year?

  2. Not Jack says:

    Good question – anything in italics is a comic/graphic novel, so it may be deceptive. I also have a long commute to and from work and get a lot of reading on the bus. I’m writing more, so I actually admire that you’ve got that down. I’ll have to look over last year’s reading list and give you my top 5.

    • Kathryn Rubidoux says:

      If you have time, that would be great. If not, it’s not a big deal, I just figured with the sheer volume you read, you would have a good idea of what’s out there. Right now I have John Milton on my Kindle, complete with all the shee’s, hee’s, and thee’s that anyone could want, along with Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One. Neither are grabbing me at the moment so I’m looking for something else that might intrigue me.

      • Not Jack says:

        the Chronology of Water by Lidia Yuknavitch
        Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer
        Then We Came to the End by Joshua Ferris
        the Book Thief by Markus Zusak
        Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood

        I could name a bunch of others, but these were all pretty good reads, unusual, entertaining, and a little off the beaten track (well, many of them are bestsellers and movies, but aside from that)

      • Kathryn Rubidoux says:

        Thank you, I’ll check them out. :D

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