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What We’re Reading


What we’re reading

We’ve been so busy with SAW and Finishing Unterzakhn that we’ve hardly had time to read from the amazing bounty found at the amazing twice-annual Friends of the Library sale or at the Library itself here in Gainesville. Some recent finds:

Unlovable by Esther Pearl Watson
Congress of the Animals by Jim Woodring
Monsters by Ken Dahl
Big Questions by Anders Nilson
Pussycats Need Love, Too by George Booth
Creature Comforts and Black Maria by Charles Addams
Little Orphan Annie: A Willing Helper by Harold Gray
Nemo Annual: Screw Ball Comics edited by Rick Marschall
The Hidden by Richard Sala
The Dormant Beast by Enki Bilal
Motel of the Mysteries by David MacCaulay
“Gall in the Family” in Mad Super Special # 11 plus a bunch of Don Martin
The Influencing Machine by Brooke Gladstone and Josh Neufeld

And then in the mail:

Noah Van Sciver’s Blammo

Variety from Revival House including Trigger #1 and 2, Everything Unseen Parts 1,2 and 3, and Shitbeams on the Loose

Collen Frakes and Betsey Swardlick’s Drag Bandits from Box Brown’s Retrofit Comics

Tom Hart and Leela Corman both wrote about Craig Thompson’s Habibi, here and here, respectively.


8 responses to “What We’re Reading”

  1. Rob Clough says:

    I really like what Revival House is doing. My first column for the new was about them, as a matter of fact.

    • Tom Hart says:

      Rob- We’ve been reading your columns and that’s what drew our eye to Revival House. Thanks for all the good writing and recommendations!

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