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Rusty's Reading List 2020

January 22, 2020
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I picked up this book after reading Regeneration Machine, by the same author, which I was quite taken with. This one is from 2003 and while it didn’t have the same impact on me as that book, it is very good. It travels a bit, starting with a series of poems that give you insight into working on a prawn ship. I have always found something romantic about working on a fishing boat (something I would certainly be disabused of, if I actually did it, I am sure). Plus I am from the west coast, where Denham was, so there are certain touchstones that really work for me. He goes from there to the streets of Vancouver, and this is something I have less connection with, but I found it engaging and well written.
Strong work. Highly recommended.

2020 Reading List

Flux – Joe Denham
Bowie – Changes 1976-2016 – MOJO Collector’s Series


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Rusty's Reading List 2020

January 18, 2020
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I finished this about a week ago but haven’t had a chance to post it.
It is no shock that I am a huge Bowie fan, and I really enjoyed the first volume of this series. This one, a little less so. It gave really short shrift to the weaker periods of Bowie’s career, like ‘Tonight’ and ‘Never Let Me Down’, while giving more to Tin Machine… which was also a pretty weak period. There were also real inconsistencies based on the worker, about things like ‘Let’s Dance’. Was in a high point of his career or a low point? (I tend towards the latter, personally, though it is better than I used to give it credit for. I still think ‘Tonight’ is much better while being mostly ignored.
I think I learned more about Iggy Pop in this book than Bowie, in a lot of ways, but that is okay.

The two volumes together were definitely worth a read.

2020 Reading List

Bowie – Changes 1976-2016 – MOJO Collector’s Series


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Rusty's 2019 Books of the Year!

January 2, 2020
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My books of the year (with the caveat that these are books I read this year, not necessarily things that were published this year. I believe the Neyer book came out in 2018, for example), were pretty easy to choose.

I broke it into three categories, because why not? (No comics this year. I certainly read some, but I am just not feeling a ‘best of’ among them.)

For Fiction, it was definitely ‘This Is How You Lose the Time War’ by Amal El-Mohtar and Max Gladstone. With the disclaimer that I consider Amal a good friend, I will also say that I was blown away by the style and deft handling of words in this book. This is not the book you grab if you are looking for hard Sci-Fi Time Travel, but it absolutely IS the book you grab if you want to read beautiful prose and compelling dialogue.

For Poetry, Titilope Sonuga’s ‘This Is How We Disappear’ rocked me. I have known Titi for years and knew she was a talented poet, but I was unprepared for the impact of this book. I want to see her get the accolades that she deserves.

For Non-Fiction, Rob Neyer’s ‘Power Ball’ takes the (no) prize. It is no secret that I am a fan of baseball and no book I have read lays out the current state of the game as weak as Neyer does here. As I told him on twitter, I would love to see him go back in time and write a book like this for every decade or so, so we could really see and understand the evolution of the game.

2020 is here and what will be the first thing I read? It looks like the Mojo Collector’s Series ‘Changes 1976-2016 Bowie’. Or maybe a Yusef Komunyaka book.


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Rusty's Reading List 2019 (Final)

January 2, 2020
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Even though I am posting on Jan. 1st, I actually finished this last week while on vacation in Victoria.
While this isn’t the best baseball-related book I read this year (that would be Power Ball by Rob Neyer), it was definitely interesting and well worth a read. It isn’t that there is anything unexpected in the book, but reading about a girl growing into woman while travelling the worlds of High School, College, and Professional baseball is definitely interesting. The book also follows a parallel story of a gay woman who was raised in a strictly religious household. More time could have been spent on that, and it would have been worth it.
There were certainly things left unsaid in this book, but it seems like there is a lot between the lines. (By my accounting, her father was abusive in a myriad of ways and while Borders doesn’t shy away from his crimes, she also won’t put a name to it and often defends him.)
Well worth a read.

2019 Reading List

Making My Pitch – Ila Jane Borders with Jean Hastings Ardell
Batman: Arkham Asylum – Morrison / McKean
Batman Year One – Miller / Mazzucchelli / Lewis
Mad Long Emotion – Ben Ladouceur
Scalped Book One – Aaron / Guera
Event #47.1
Black Abacus – Ian Keteku
This Is How We Disappear – Titilope Sonuga
Batman: Strange Apparitions – Engelhart / Wein / Rogers / Simonson / more
Poetry Is Dead #17
Fools Rush Inn – Bill James
Grain #46.5
Fiddlehead #278
Denver Quarterly Vol. 53, No. 2
Batgirl Vol. 1: Batgirl of Burnside – Stewart / Fletcher / Tarr
ARC Poetry Magazine #89
Bowie: Changes 1947-1975 – MOJO Collector’s Series
Indiana Review Vol. 41, No.1
The Name of the Wind – Patrick Rothfuss
Doom Patrol Book Two – Morrison / Case /McKenna / Jones / Dringenberg / Yeowell
Marvel Masterworks – Daredevil #2 – Lee / Romita / Colon
This Is How You Lose the Time War – Amal El-Mohtar & Max Gladstone
Why I Hate Saturn – Kyle Baker
The Cowboy Wally Show – Kyle Baker
Transmetropolitan Vol. 4: The New Scum – Ellis / Robertson / Ramos
The Obelisk Gate – N.K. Jemisin
Gotham Central Book 2 – Half A Life – Rucka / Lark
Walking to Aldebaran – Adrian Tchaikovsky
Just Words: On Speech and Hidden Harm – Mary Kate McGowan
Star Wars Vol. 1 – Skywalker Strikes – Aaron / Cassaday / Martin
The Tower – Simon Toyne
ARC Poetry Magazine #88
The Fifth Season – N.K. Jemisin
The Walking Dead Vol. 7 – The Calm Before – Kirkman / Adlard / Rathburn
A Pretty Sight – David O’Meara
Avengers: The Korvac Saga – Shooter / Michelinie / Mantlo / Perez / Various Artists
Indiana Review Vol.40, No.2
Avengers: Death Trap: The Vault – Fingeroth / Lim
This Wound is a World – Billy-Ray Belcourt
The Auteur Vol.1 – President’s Day – Spears / Callahan / Anderson
Astro City Vol. 2 – Confession – Busiek / Anderson / more
Astro City Vol. 1 – Life In the Big City – Busiek / Anderson / Ross
Animal Man Vol. 2 – Origin of the Species – Grant Morrison / Various Artists
Power Ball – Rob Neyer
Denver Quarterly Vol. 52 No. 3


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Rusty's Reading List 2019

December 21, 2019
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I remember when this came out. I was working at Arthur’s Place and the idea that a HC GN could generate the kind of buzz it did was unprecedented. But it was worth it.
Looking at my today’s standards, the story is nothing amazing but the art continues to be incredible.
Reading it today, I found a lot of parallels as we just finished the first season of Mindhunter. Looking too closely at damaged minds can cause its own damage. Very Nietzsche, or whatever.

2019 Reading List

Batman: Arkham Asylum – Morrison / McKean
Batman Year One – Miller / Mazzucchelli / Lewis
Mad Long Emotion – Ben Ladouceur
Scalped Book One – Aaron / Guera
Event #47.1
Black Abacus – Ian Keteku
This Is How We Disappear – Titilope Sonuga
Batman: Strange Apparitions – Engelhart / Wein / Rogers / Simonson / more
Poetry Is Dead #17
Fools Rush Inn – Bill James
Grain #46.5
Fiddlehead #278
Denver Quarterly Vol. 53, No. 2
Batgirl Vol. 1: Batgirl of Burnside – Stewart / Fletcher / Tarr
ARC Poetry Magazine #89
Bowie: Changes 1947-1975 – MOJO Collector’s Series
Indiana Review Vol. 41, No.1
The Name of the Wind – Patrick Rothfuss
Doom Patrol Book Two – Morrison / Case /McKenna / Jones / Dringenberg / Yeowell
Marvel Masterworks – Daredevil #2 – Lee / Romita / Colon
This Is How You Lose the Time War – Amal El-Mohtar & Max Gladstone
Why I Hate Saturn – Kyle Baker
The Cowboy Wally Show – Kyle Baker
Transmetropolitan Vol. 4: The New Scum – Ellis / Robertson / Ramos
The Obelisk Gate – N.K. Jemisin
Gotham Central Book 2 – Half A Life – Rucka / Lark
Walking to Aldebaran – Adrian Tchaikovsky
Just Words: On Speech and Hidden Harm – Mary Kate McGowan
Star Wars Vol. 1 – Skywalker Strikes – Aaron / Cassaday / Martin
The Tower – Simon Toyne
ARC Poetry Magazine #88
The Fifth Season – N.K. Jemisin
The Walking Dead Vol. 7 – The Calm Before – Kirkman / Adlard / Rathburn
A Pretty Sight – David O’Meara
Avengers: The Korvac Saga – Shooter / Michelinie / Mantlo / Perez / Various Artists
Indiana Review Vol.40, No.2
Avengers: Death Trap: The Vault – Fingeroth / Lim
This Wound is a World – Billy-Ray Belcourt
The Auteur Vol.1 – President’s Day – Spears / Callahan / Anderson
Astro City Vol. 2 – Confession – Busiek / Anderson / more
Astro City Vol. 1 – Life In the Big City – Busiek / Anderson / Ross
Animal Man Vol. 2 – Origin of the Species – Grant Morrison / Various Artists
Power Ball – Rob Neyer
Denver Quarterly Vol. 52 No. 3


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Rusty's Reading List 2019

December 21, 2019
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Frank Miller is a talented, yet sometimes overrated writer. Dark Knight Returns is given more credit than it deserves (though it is still very good), and books like Sin City are certainly worthy of the praise, but he has also done some stuff that is, well, less good. (I have never read the anti-terrorism GN, or the later Dark Knight sequels. For a reason.)

His work with Mazzucchelli, however, is his best, as far as I am concerned. I would put Daredevil Born Again and the top of the list, but Batman Year One is not far off. Are there things in this that I don’t like? Sure. Turning Selina Kyle into a prostitute was pretty typical nonsense from Mike (though it was written well, in that context). Jim Gordon is the star of the book… but why the affair?

Oh well. Still strong material, though a little bit ‘of its time’.

2019 Reading List

Batman Year One – Miller / Mazzucchelli / Lewis
Mad Long Emotion – Ben Ladouceur
Scalped Book One – Aaron / Guera
Event #47.1
Black Abacus – Ian Keteku
This Is How We Disappear – Titilope Sonuga
Batman: Strange Apparitions – Engelhart / Wein / Rogers / Simonson / more
Poetry Is Dead #17
Fools Rush Inn – Bill James
Grain #46.5
Fiddlehead #278
Denver Quarterly Vol. 53, No. 2
Batgirl Vol. 1: Batgirl of Burnside – Stewart / Fletcher / Tarr
ARC Poetry Magazine #89
Bowie: Changes 1947-1975 – MOJO Collector’s Series
Indiana Review Vol. 41, No.1
The Name of the Wind – Patrick Rothfuss
Doom Patrol Book Two – Morrison / Case /McKenna / Jones / Dringenberg / Yeowell
Marvel Masterworks – Daredevil #2 – Lee / Romita / Colon
This Is How You Lose the Time War – Amal El-Mohtar & Max Gladstone
Why I Hate Saturn – Kyle Baker
The Cowboy Wally Show – Kyle Baker
Transmetropolitan Vol. 4: The New Scum – Ellis / Robertson / Ramos
The Obelisk Gate – N.K. Jemisin
Gotham Central Book 2 – Half A Life – Rucka / Lark
Walking to Aldebaran – Adrian Tchaikovsky
Just Words: On Speech and Hidden Harm – Mary Kate McGowan
Star Wars Vol. 1 – Skywalker Strikes – Aaron / Cassaday / Martin
The Tower – Simon Toyne
ARC Poetry Magazine #88
The Fifth Season – N.K. Jemisin
The Walking Dead Vol. 7 – The Calm Before – Kirkman / Adlard / Rathburn
A Pretty Sight – David O’Meara
Avengers: The Korvac Saga – Shooter / Michelinie / Mantlo / Perez / Various Artists
Indiana Review Vol.40, No.2
Avengers: Death Trap: The Vault – Fingeroth / Lim
This Wound is a World – Billy-Ray Belcourt
The Auteur Vol.1 – President’s Day – Spears / Callahan / Anderson
Astro City Vol. 2 – Confession – Busiek / Anderson / more
Astro City Vol. 1 – Life In the Big City – Busiek / Anderson / Ross
Animal Man Vol. 2 – Origin of the Species – Grant Morrison / Various Artists
Power Ball – Rob Neyer
Denver Quarterly Vol. 52 No. 3


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Rusty's Reading List 2019

December 15, 2019
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I have known Ben for a little while, and we even worked together on boards for Arc Magazine and VERSeFest, but I had never really dug into his poetry. Recently I was browsing the (much too small and hard to find) poetry section at Chapters and stumbled across this book. I snapped it up, and I am very glad I did!
This is a very strong collection, as anyone who is familiar with Ben’s work would assume, I am sure. I especially liked the second section of the book, leading off with ‘Loosestrife’. The long piece, ‘Lime Kiln Quay Road’ is quite notable. (I believe Ben won an award for the chapbook version.)
If you happen to be browsing the poetry section of your local book emporium, be sure to give this a go!

2019 Reading List

Mad Long Emotion – Ben Ladouceur
Scalped Book One – Aaron / Guera
Event #47.1
Black Abacus – Ian Keteku
This Is How We Disappear – Titilope Sonuga
Batman: Strange Apparitions – Engelhart / Wein / Rogers / Simonson / more
Poetry Is Dead #17
Fools Rush Inn – Bill James
Grain #46.5
Fiddlehead #278
Denver Quarterly Vol. 53, No. 2
Batgirl Vol. 1: Batgirl of Burnside – Stewart / Fletcher / Tarr
ARC Poetry Magazine #89
Bowie: Changes 1947-1975 – MOJO Collector’s Series
Indiana Review Vol. 41, No.1
The Name of the Wind – Patrick Rothfuss
Doom Patrol Book Two – Morrison / Case /McKenna / Jones / Dringenberg / Yeowell
Marvel Masterworks – Daredevil #2 – Lee / Romita / Colon
This Is How You Lose the Time War – Amal El-Mohtar & Max Gladstone
Why I Hate Saturn – Kyle Baker
The Cowboy Wally Show – Kyle Baker
Transmetropolitan Vol. 4: The New Scum – Ellis / Robertson / Ramos
The Obelisk Gate – N.K. Jemisin
Gotham Central Book 2 – Half A Life – Rucka / Lark
Walking to Aldebaran – Adrian Tchaikovsky
Just Words: On Speech and Hidden Harm – Mary Kate McGowan
Star Wars Vol. 1 – Skywalker Strikes – Aaron / Cassaday / Martin
The Tower – Simon Toyne
ARC Poetry Magazine #88
The Fifth Season – N.K. Jemisin
The Walking Dead Vol. 7 – The Calm Before – Kirkman / Adlard / Rathburn
A Pretty Sight – David O’Meara
Avengers: The Korvac Saga – Shooter / Michelinie / Mantlo / Perez / Various Artists
Indiana Review Vol.40, No.2
Avengers: Death Trap: The Vault – Fingeroth / Lim
This Wound is a World – Billy-Ray Belcourt
The Auteur Vol.1 – President’s Day – Spears / Callahan / Anderson
Astro City Vol. 2 – Confession – Busiek / Anderson / more
Astro City Vol. 1 – Life In the Big City – Busiek / Anderson / Ross
Animal Man Vol. 2 – Origin of the Species – Grant Morrison / Various Artists
Power Ball – Rob Neyer
Denver Quarterly Vol. 52 No. 3


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December 3, 2019
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This book… confuses me a bit. I am at odds. A lot of it is because there is terminology that Indigenous Americans use that here in Canada would be considered incredibly racist… towards Indigenous people.
Heck, they call themselves Indians. That is definitely not okay up here.
Then there is the title of the book. Pretty awful.

And then the book itself… is really, really good. It is a crime book, set on reservation lands, but without the ‘Val Kilmer’ types stepping in to give white audiences a POV character. When it does give you that type… it even tips the trope on the head by making ‘Diesel Engine’ totally unlikeable, and then gives you a spotlight issue showing his background to make you feel bad for him. They do the same for Red Crow, the antagonist of the book. Meanwhile Dash Bad Horse, the protagonist, is often a real asshole.
The characters are layered, in other words.

They way the jump back and forth in time isn’t unique to this book, but it is very effective.

I have to fight past some of the words… because I am a bleeding heart (small l) liberal. (and I REALLY wish it was called something else)

2019 Reading List

Scalped Book One – Aaron / Guera
Event #47.1
Black Abacus – Ian Keteku
This Is How We Disappear – Titilope Sonuga
Batman: Strange Apparitions – Engelhart / Wein / Rogers / Simonson / more
Poetry Is Dead #17
Fools Rush Inn – Bill James
Grain #46.5
Fiddlehead #278
Denver Quarterly Vol. 53, No. 2
Batgirl Vol. 1: Batgirl of Burnside – Stewart / Fletcher / Tarr
ARC Poetry Magazine #89
Bowie: Changes 1947-1975 – MOJO Collector’s Series
Indiana Review Vol. 41, No.1
The Name of the Wind – Patrick Rothfuss
Doom Patrol Book Two – Morrison / Case /McKenna / Jones / Dringenberg / Yeowell
Marvel Masterworks – Daredevil #2 – Lee / Romita / Colon
This Is How You Lose the Time War – Amal El-Mohtar & Max Gladstone
Why I Hate Saturn – Kyle Baker
The Cowboy Wally Show – Kyle Baker
Transmetropolitan Vol. 4: The New Scum – Ellis / Robertson / Ramos
The Obelisk Gate – N.K. Jemisin
Gotham Central Book 2 – Half A Life – Rucka / Lark
Walking to Aldebaran – Adrian Tchaikovsky
Just Words: On Speech and Hidden Harm – Mary Kate McGowan
Star Wars Vol. 1 – Skywalker Strikes – Aaron / Cassaday / Martin
The Tower – Simon Toyne
ARC Poetry Magazine #88
The Fifth Season – N.K. Jemisin
The Walking Dead Vol. 7 – The Calm Before – Kirkman / Adlard / Rathburn
A Pretty Sight – David O’Meara
Avengers: The Korvac Saga – Shooter / Michelinie / Mantlo / Perez / Various Artists
Indiana Review Vol.40, No.2
Avengers: Death Trap: The Vault – Fingeroth / Lim
This Wound is a World – Billy-Ray Belcourt
The Auteur Vol.1 – President’s Day – Spears / Callahan / Anderson
Astro City Vol. 2 – Confession – Busiek / Anderson / more
Astro City Vol. 1 – Life In the Big City – Busiek / Anderson / Ross
Animal Man Vol. 2 – Origin of the Species – Grant Morrison / Various Artists
Power Ball – Rob Neyer
Denver Quarterly Vol. 52 No. 3


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November 28, 2019
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I believe I got this issue through Arc. It is a very solid periodical hailing from BC. I REALLY liked the work by Mahmud Kianush. I have made a note to get one of his collections. I would like to read more.
It is also alway nice to see more work by Erin Kirsh.
There was only a fiction I wanted to note, but it was kind of… hmmm… how to put it? It is called ‘The Secret’ by Jessica Lampard. It was a solid story and when it was done I understood the point, but during the story… I kept expecting something awful to happen. I don’t know what it was. The prose was not leading me that way. I wonder if that says more about the fiction I tend to absorb than this particular piece. Interesting.

2019 Reading List

Event #47.1
Black Abacus – Ian Keteku
This Is How We Disappear – Titilope Sonuga
Batman: Strange Apparitions – Engelhart / Wein / Rogers / Simonson / more
Poetry Is Dead #17
Fools Rush Inn – Bill James
Grain #46.5
Fiddlehead #278
Denver Quarterly Vol. 53, No. 2
Batgirl Vol. 1: Batgirl of Burnside – Stewart / Fletcher / Tarr
ARC Poetry Magazine #89
Bowie: Changes 1947-1975 – MOJO Collector’s Series
Indiana Review Vol. 41, No.1
The Name of the Wind – Patrick Rothfuss
Doom Patrol Book Two – Morrison / Case /McKenna / Jones / Dringenberg / Yeowell
Marvel Masterworks – Daredevil #2 – Lee / Romita / Colon
This Is How You Lose the Time War – Amal El-Mohtar & Max Gladstone
Why I Hate Saturn – Kyle Baker
The Cowboy Wally Show – Kyle Baker
Transmetropolitan Vol. 4: The New Scum – Ellis / Robertson / Ramos
The Obelisk Gate – N.K. Jemisin
Gotham Central Book 2 – Half A Life – Rucka / Lark
Walking to Aldebaran – Adrian Tchaikovsky
Just Words: On Speech and Hidden Harm – Mary Kate McGowan
Star Wars Vol. 1 – Skywalker Strikes – Aaron / Cassaday / Martin
The Tower – Simon Toyne
ARC Poetry Magazine #88
The Fifth Season – N.K. Jemisin
The Walking Dead Vol. 7 – The Calm Before – Kirkman / Adlard / Rathburn
A Pretty Sight – David O’Meara
Avengers: The Korvac Saga – Shooter / Michelinie / Mantlo / Perez / Various Artists
Indiana Review Vol.40, No.2
Avengers: Death Trap: The Vault – Fingeroth / Lim
This Wound is a World – Billy-Ray Belcourt
The Auteur Vol.1 – President’s Day – Spears / Callahan / Anderson
Astro City Vol. 2 – Confession – Busiek / Anderson / more
Astro City Vol. 1 – Life In the Big City – Busiek / Anderson / Ross
Animal Man Vol. 2 – Origin of the Species – Grant Morrison / Various Artists
Power Ball – Rob Neyer
Denver Quarterly Vol. 52 No. 3


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November 19, 2019
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A lot of you may know Ian, and in a lot of different ways. When I think o fIan, though, it is the ‘Kay’ Ian. The ‘Laptop Love’ Ian. And that is a pretty great version of him. I had the good fortune to be the ‘alternate’ on the 2009 Capital Slam team that won the National Slam Championship at CFSW, and Ian was the captain. (In fact, when you hear that the rest of the team was Ikenna Onyegbula, Komi Olaf, and Brandon Wint you might recognize them as The Recipe, or at least show no surprise that they were victorious.)
Over the ten years since then I have seen Ian perform a number of times, and I have always been impressed, but he was still that same poet that I already knew and liked.
This book, showed a whole new poet to me. Sometimes I could hear his voice, but other times I could see the way he had stretched his poetry practice into new areas, with incredible results.
Anyone who has ever seen Ian perform knows how good he is. Now people who have not had that privilege can find out the same thing.

2019 Reading List

Black Abacus – Ian Keteku
This Is How We Disappear – Titilope Sonuga
Batman: Strange Apparitions – Engelhart / Wein / Rogers / Simonson / more
Poetry Is Dead #17
Fools Rush Inn – Bill James
Grain #46.5
Fiddlehead #278
Denver Quarterly Vol. 53, No. 2
Batgirl Vol. 1: Batgirl of Burnside – Stewart / Fletcher / Tarr
ARC Poetry Magazine #89
Bowie: Changes 1947-1975 – MOJO Collector’s Series
Indiana Review Vol. 41, No.1
The Name of the Wind – Patrick Rothfuss
Doom Patrol Book Two – Morrison / Case /McKenna / Jones / Dringenberg / Yeowell
Marvel Masterworks – Daredevil #2 – Lee / Romita / Colon
This Is How You Lose the Time War – Amal El-Mohtar & Max Gladstone
Why I Hate Saturn – Kyle Baker
The Cowboy Wally Show – Kyle Baker
Transmetropolitan Vol. 4: The New Scum – Ellis / Robertson / Ramos
The Obelisk Gate – N.K. Jemisin
Gotham Central Book 2 – Half A Life – Rucka / Lark
Walking to Aldebaran – Adrian Tchaikovsky
Just Words: On Speech and Hidden Harm – Mary Kate McGowan
Star Wars Vol. 1 – Skywalker Strikes – Aaron / Cassaday / Martin
The Tower – Simon Toyne
ARC Poetry Magazine #88
The Fifth Season – N.K. Jemisin
The Walking Dead Vol. 7 – The Calm Before – Kirkman / Adlard / Rathburn
A Pretty Sight – David O’Meara
Avengers: The Korvac Saga – Shooter / Michelinie / Mantlo / Perez / Various Artists
Indiana Review Vol.40, No.2
Avengers: Death Trap: The Vault – Fingeroth / Lim
This Wound is a World – Billy-Ray Belcourt
The Auteur Vol.1 – President’s Day – Spears / Callahan / Anderson
Astro City Vol. 2 – Confession – Busiek / Anderson / more
Astro City Vol. 1 – Life In the Big City – Busiek / Anderson / Ross
Animal Man Vol. 2 – Origin of the Species – Grant Morrison / Various Artists
Power Ball – Rob Neyer
Denver Quarterly Vol. 52 No. 3


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