So what's everyone here reading?
Curious to see what we have here. I read:
-Everything from [URL=http://www.hoarseandbuggy.com]Hoarse & Buggy[/URL], whether it gets published or not (because that's my job)
-Everything from [URL=http://www.ait-planetlar.com]Ait/Planet-Lar[/URL]
-Couple of Anthologies: [URL=http://www.topshelfcomix.com/]Top Shelf[/URL], [URL=http://www.drawnandquarterly.com/]Drawn & Quarterly[/URL], [URL=http://www.digitalwebbing.com]Digital Webbing[/URL], [URL=www.shootingstarcomics.com]Shooting Star [/URL] and [URL=http://www.ape-entertainment.com/]Ape Omnibus[/URL]
-[URL=http://www.imagecomics.com/]Image[/URL]: Atheist, Small Gods, Noble Causes, Walking Dead, and Invincible
-[URL=http://www.dccomics.com/]DC[/URL]: Y: The Last man, Wonder Woman, Gotham Central, Fables, Ex Machina, Detective Comics
-[URL=http://www.marvel.com]Marvel[/URL]: Supreme Power, Astonishing X-Men, Runaways, Daredevil, Powers
-And I'll try out any book from a creator we've worked on with Western Tales of Terror.
-And then I tend to pick up a random book or two every month having no idea what it is or who the creator is. Sometimes I’m pleasantly surprised.
As far as trades go I just finished book 6 of Sandman, Fables and Reflections and will probably move onto book 7 next. I also just finished Maus for the first time. I tend to pick up a new Top Shelf book every month or so as well and I can’t wait for Super F*ckers.
What about you guys?
Jason Rodriguez - [URL=http://www.jasonrodriguez.com]The Moose in the Closet[/URL]
Editor - [URL=http://www.hoarseandbuggy.com]Hoarse & Buggy[/URL] (Publisher of [URL=http://hoarseandbuggy.com/shop/book.html/cat/1]Western Tales of Terror [/URL] and [URL=http://hoarseandbuggy.com/shop/book.html/cat/3]Elk's Run[/URL])
Founding Member of the [URL=http://home.dcconspiracy.com/blog.html]DC Conspiracy[/URL]