After enjoying the secon volume of Frank Cho's animal sanctuary, I had to keep going. A terrific read!
And then I couldn't help myself, and I had to go for the last one… so far. I wish he was producing more Liberty Meadows instead of doing other stuff. Oh, well: we'll have to wait.
I already cursed this book's name here. Do yourselves a favor and don't ever read it.
All that Frank Cho goodness made me reread Shanna to continue enjoying his artwork. Shanna is mindless and fun, and the pictures are superb.
Detective Kurumi Ayaki is back and taking names. A cool series.
I needed my Kurumi and Himuro fix. This volume is a bit more risqué than the previous adventures.
The case that started in volume 5 ends here. A good read!
The book Nash was always telling me to read. Superior to the movie by leaps and bounds, this book by Robert Heinlein is very entertaining and dynamic, and Verhoeven's film did it a disservice.
It's very interesting how Remote had a lot of fan service in the first four volumes, and then it escalated to the nudity in volumes 5 and 6. Then, there's a little bit more on volume seven (not as much as volumes five and six), and then there's nothing at all in the remaining three volumes of the series. Weird...
Kurumi continues to kick butt as her relationship with fiance Shingo and boss Himuro evolves and becomes more strained.
The last story arc, Marathon Girl, starts here, and it just caught me and wouldn't let me go.
The series comes to an end in this intense tenth volume. Of course, I won't reveal anything, but I guess it makes sense. You'll have to read it to figure out what I'm talking about.
This book collects Javier Marías's articles from February 2005 'til February 2007. His prose is sublime, his moral values outstanding, and his reasoning and exposition nothing short of magnificent: un hombre cabal y sensato, as he would probably be glad to be described. And you can find all the wonderful articles in this book compiled on his website.