I read quite a bit – er, at least I think so. I try to get in about 2 hours of reading a day. This can vary, depending on what life dictates on any given day.
The public library system where I live has a Hoopla subscription. This allows me to electronically check out up to 12 titles per month. The bulk of my reading checkouts include the comic book titles they carry.
Recently, I’ve mostly been reading through the modern collections published by Image comics and Dark Horse. I’m not particularly married to any given publisher, however. The art has to be inspiring to me, and the storyline can’t bore me to death. Frankly, many mainstream Marvel / DC titles do that all too easily.
In the past 6 months, I’ve been able to use my library’s Hoopla subscription to get caught up on:
- East of West
- The Beauty
- The Woods
I’ll try and write up a small review of what I enjoyed about each of these titles.
Friends of mine have also turned me on to a few other titles, most recently Matt Fraction’s Hawkeye run, the first run of Grant Morrisson’s Invisibles, and Jack Kirby’s Forever People.
What about you? Got any suggestions for me?