Continuing to catch up with all the graphic novels I’ve read in 2016 so far. (You can read Part I here.) This list takes us up to March, which I’ll post later this month or early next month.
Although it may seem like it, I haven’t forgotten my comics and graphic novels in 2016, I’ve just forgotten to post them. Today I thought I’d get started on posting the books I’ve read since the New Year started… nearly two-and-a-half months ago!
A bit late getting this one out… Hope you’ll find something of interest here:
We’ve still got one week left in September, but if I don’t get started now, I’ll never finish. I had a big weekend at SPX last weekend and you’ll see some of those books here and many more next time. Let’s get started…
It’s rare that Derek and I talk on The Comics Alternative Podcast about comics we don’t like, but it may be rarer still for us to talk about three comics that we really, really liked. I can safely say that all three of the titles we discussed on the most recent episode of the podcast are all very good. I hope you’ll check out the show and the comics themselves.
Nanjing: The Burning City – Ethan Young (Dark Horse)
Plutona #1 – Jeff Lemire, Emi Lenox, Jordie Bellaire (Image)
Lose # 7 – Michael DeForge (Koyama)
Part II of the July graphic novels brought several surprises, a few of them highly recommended. Let’s get started…