Monthly Wrap-Up

October’s Books

Books Read in October

* Things We Know By Heart, Jessi Kirby
* Mend My Dress, Neely Bat Chestnut
* Awkward, Svetlana Chmakova
* Infinite In Between, Carolyn Mackler
* Welcome to Night Vale, Joseph Fink
* Ms. Marvel Vol 1, G. Willow Wilson
* Ms. Marvel Vol 2, G. Willow Wilson
* Ms. Marvel Vol 3, G. Willow Wilson
* A Tale of Highly Unusual Magic, Lisa Papademetriou
* Cyberpunk: Malaysia, ed. Zen Cho
* Sorcerer to the Crown, Zen Cho
* Jem and the Holograms: Showtime, Kelly Thompson
* Rice, Noodle, Fish: Deep Travels Through Japan’s Food Culture, Matt Goulding
* Fans of the Impossible Life, Kate Scelsa
* Heart and Brain, The Awkward Yeti/Nick Seluk
* Carry On, Rainbow Rowell

Single Issues Read in October

  • Secret Six #6 / Gail Simone, Tom Derenick, Jason Wright
  • Doomed #4 / Scott Lobdell, Javier Fernandez, Ulises Arreola
  • Martian Manhunter #4 / Rob Williams, Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, Gabe Eltaeb
  • Superman Action Comics #44 Lies / Greg Pak, Aaron Kuder, Howard Porter, Tomeu Morey
  • Justice League United #4 / Jeff Parker, Paul Palletier, Rob Hunter
  • Earth2 Society: Superman’s City of Tomorrow #4 / Wilson, Jimenez, Sanchez
  • Justice League 3001 #4 / Giffen, DeMatteis, Kolins, Hi-Fi
  • Rocket Raccoon #7 / Skottie Young, Filipe Andrade
  • Rocket Raccoon #8 / Skottie Young, Filipe Andrade
  • Rocket Raccoon #9 / Skottie Young, Jake Parker
  • Rocket Raccoon #10 / Skottie Young, Jake Parker
  • Spider-Gwen #2 / Jason Latour, Robbi Rodriguez
  • Spider-Gwen #3 / Jason Latour, Robbi Rodriguez
  • Spider-Gwen #4 / Jason Latour, Robbi Rodriguez
  • Ms. Marvel #18 / G. Willow Wilson, Adrian Alphona
  • Ms. Marvel #19 / G. Willow Wilson, Adrian Alphona
  • Ms. Marvel #47 / Brian Reed, Mike McKone
  • Archie #1 / Mark Waid, Fiona Staples

Basically, I re-read a lot in October? All the Ms. Marvel published volumes, and #18. And #47 of the previous Ms. Marvel run for Carol Danvers’ date with Peter Parker. Also Spider-Gwen and Rocket Raccoon because they’re among my favourite titles now, and a bunch of DC stuff because of work.

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2 thoughts on “October’s Books

  1. Impressive, as always Mari, how much you both get through and remember! I always think it’s odd how when I was young I was so impatient to sample and experience as much as possible even though I had my whole life ahead of me; right now I seem to linger a lot more over those experiences even as time’s sands are rapidly running through the hourglass of life. (Sorry, a bit maudlin there!)

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    1. I guess I cheat on the remembering part by using GoodReads to record the books, and writing down most of the single issues as I read them… some do slip through, and never get recorded. Half of my reading’s for work, though, even when I do enjoy the books!

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