Originally Posted by Rathbone
Nothing very cerebral. Just finished the new Usagi Yojimbo deluxe two-volume set, the Chew Omnivore Edition and Four Color Fear: Forgotten Horror Comics of the 1950s. Now starting on something with less pictures, The Long Ships by Frans Bengsston.
Oh man, super jealous on that Usagi Yojimbo set! I've read them all, but that thing is beautiful.
The Chew books are fantastic fun!
Holmes On The Range
A solid murder mystery/western wherein the two main characters are fascinated by Sherlock Holmes, and find themselves in a Holmesian-esque story. Quite good.
Good story, mainly because I'm fascinated by Greg Graffin/Bad Religion, especially the early years. He does an ok job of paralleling his life as a punk singer and an evolutionary biologist.
This was quite enjoyable, but I really like Nate Powell's art.
I've been slacking on reading comics lately, but have been going through Scott Pilgrim (got the whole set for Xmas), and have Starman omnibus #5 to go.