Fall choices that intrigue me
Spider-Woman stop motion comic Episode 4 now available, so I'm behind the curve on the itunes version, then the comic shop version. But I read one review that says it's "closer in tone to Bendis' work on Alias", and I agree with the reviewer that series is one of the best I've ever read. I read little Marvel but this is on my list.
And from graphicnovelreporter :
Fall GN list for Adults
Ball Peen Hammer
by Adam Rapp and George O’Connor
The world is dying. After most of the city succumbed to the plague, Welton’s staying inside—permanently. But hiding in his claustrophobic basement room—the only place he knows is safe—exacts a gruesome price, and he becomes part of a collective that’s killing children. Infected with the plague himself, with no way to find the woman he loves, Welton takes refuge in apathy—until someone knocks on his door. Ball Peen Hammer gives us a window into life in a half-deserted apartment building in a time of raw love, sacrifice, fear, and death.
One Model Nation
by C. Allbritton Taylor and Jim Rugg
In 1977, four young men were the voice of their generation. In 1978, they disappeared. Afrodisiac and Street Angel illustrator Jim Rugg brings you a complete view of the political art noise band One Model Nation. Writer C. Allbritton Taylor and OMN historian Donovan Leitch piece together the band’s epic journey, revealing the final dark days of the Baader-Meinoff Gang and the band’s mysterious disappearance only months later. With Scorsese-esque electricity, One Model Nation captures the arts and politics of an era whose influence cannot be measured.
Locke and Key: Head Games
by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez
New York Times bestselling writer Joe Hill and artist Gabriel Rodriguez, the creators behind the acclaimed Locke & Key: Welcome to Lovecraft, return with the next chapter in the ongoing tale, Head Games. Following a shocking death that dredges up memories of their father’s murder, Kinsey and Tyler Locke are thrown into choppy emotional waters and turn to their new friend, Zack Wells, for support, little suspecting Zack’s dark secret. Meanwhile, six-year-old Bode Locke tries to puzzle out the secret of the head key, and Uncle Duncan is jarred into the past by a disturbingly familiar face. Open your mind—the head games are just getting started!
October 27Charles Darwin on the Origin of Species
by Michael Keller; illustrated by Nicole Rager Fuller
A stunning graphic adaptation of one of the most famous, contested, and important books of all time.
December 1Saga of the Swamp Thing, Book Two
by Alan Moore, Steve Bissette, and John Totleben
Continuing the reprints of the epic series that introduced Alan Moore to U.S. readers in the ’80s, Saga of the Swamp Thing, Book Two is frightening, chilling, and utterly brilliant.
And all ready own and am a fan of..
by David Small
On sale now
David Small’s radiologist father subjected him to bizarre medical treatments before having one of his vocal chords removed at the age of 14. How one recovers from such bizarre abuse and makes a life is the subject of Small’s incredible new graphic memoir.