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Books I Read in 2019

(in order of completion:)

 

(RB)=Read before

Unknown: Thomas of Woodstock, or King Richard the Second, Part 1, edited by Peter Corbin and Douglas Sedge; appendices by Richard Grafton (1568/9), Raphael Holinshed (1586), John Stow (1592)

Yukito Kishiro: Battle Angel Alita: Last Order vol. 18, translated by Lillian Olsen
Otto Binder: The Legion of Super Heroes: The Silver Age vol. 1
Steve Niles: The October Faction vol. 1
Mark Waid: Avengers & Champions: Worlds Collide
Charles Fillmore: Prosperity
Eric Butterworth: Spiritual Economics: The Principles and Process of True Prosperity
G. Willow Wilson: Ms. Marvel, vol. 9: Teenage Wasteland
Steve Niles: The October Faction vol. 2
Yukito Kishiro: Battle Angel Alita: Last Order vol. 19, translated by Lillian Olsen
Robert Loren Fleming, Keith Ian Giffen, Gerard Jones, Alan Grant, John Wagner, Dan Vado, Dan Jurgens, Dan Mishkin, Craig Boldman, Mark Waid, William Messner-Loebs, Sarah E. Byam, John Ostrander, David Cody Weiss, Marv Wolfman, Will Jacobs, Barry Kitson: Eclipso: the Darkness Within (started in 2018; Hawkworld chapter was first read this year)
Jack Kirby, French “Ed” Herron, Dave Wood: Challengers of the Unknown
Ernie Colón: Inner Sanctum: Tales of Horror, Mystery and Suspense
Leonard Felder: Ten Challenges, The: Spiritual Lessons from the Ten Commandments for Creating Meaning, Growth, and Richness Every Day of Your Life
Robert Kanigher: Wonder Woman: The Amazon Princess Archives vol. 1
Martin Luther King, Jr.: Strength to Love
William Shakespeare: King Richard II, edited by Charles R. Forker (Arden Shakespeare: Third Series)
Len Wein: Danger Trail
Harry Stein, et al.: The Heap vol. 1, introduction by Roy Thomas
Kalinda Vázquez, Corinna Sara Bechko: Once Upon a Time: Out of the Past
Yukito Kishiro: Battle Angel Alita: Holy Night and Other Stories, translated by Stephen Paul
Marv Wolfman: The Tomb of Dracula, vol. 3
Alexander Green: Scarlet Sails, translated and introduced by Thomas P. Whitney
Bill Parker, Joe Simon: The Shazam! Archives vol. 2, foreword by R.C. Harvey
Rod Reed, C.C Beck: The Shazam! Archives vol. 3, foreword by Michael E. Uslan
William Woolfolk: The Shazam! Archives vol. 4, foreword by P.C. Hamerlinck
Tyler Ellis: Chimera: The Righteous & The Lost
John Ostrander, Kim Yale, Steve Englehart, Gerry Conway, Paul Levitz, Doug Moench: Deadshot: Beginnings
Kyo Maclear: Operatic
Rainbow Rowell: Runaways, Vol. 1: Find Your Way Home
William Shakespeare: King Henry IV, Part 1, edited by David Scott Kastan (Arden Shakespeare: Third Series) (RB–different edition)
Brandon Easton: M.A.S.K.: Mobile Armored Strike Kommand, Vol. 1: Mobilize
Sam J. Miller: Destroy All Monsters
Rainbow Rowell: Runaways, Vol. 2: Best Friends Forever
Simon Spurrier: Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Coronation, Vol. 1
Paul M. Buhle, Steve Max, Dave Nance: Eugene V. Debs: A Graphic Biography
Bill Finger: The Golden Age Green Lantern Archives, Vol. 2, foreword by Jerry Bails, biographies by Richard Morrissey
G. Willow Wilson: Ms. Marvel, Vol. 10: Time and Again
Eric Butterworth: In the Flow of Life
Gay Hendricks: Conscious Living: Finding Joy in the Real World
Stephen Manes: Be a Perfect Person in Just Three Days!
William Shakespeare: King Henry IV, Part 2, edited by James C. Bulman (Arden Shakespeare: Third Series)
William Moulton Marston: Wonder Woman: The Golden Age Vol. 3
Garth Ennis: Where Monsters Dwell: The Phantom Eagle Flies the Savage Skies
Ivy Ruckman: Night of the Twisters
Julia Alekseyeva: Soviet Daughter: A Graphic Revolution
J
ack Richardson: Gallows Humour
Steve Orlando: The Unexpected: Call of the Unknown
Daniel Clowes: Like a Velvet Glove Cast in Iron
Sam Shepard: A Particle of Dread (Oedipus Variations)
Neil Gaiman, adapted by P. Craig Russell, Scott Hampton, Paul Chadwick: The Problem of Susan and Other Stories
Cécile Brun, Olivier Pichard: Onibi: Diary of a Yokai Ghost Hunter, translated by Marie Velde

 

Books I have started:

George Gordon, Lord Byron: Selected Poems, edited by Stanley Applebaum
William Messner-Loebs, Joey Cavalieri: Wonder Woman (Messner-Loebs wrote issues (vol. 2) 63-100, Special 1, Annual 1, and 0, except #65, by Cavalieri–read up to #65)
Gail Simone: Domino: Killer Instinct
Gardner F. Fox, Edmond Hamilton, Len Wein, Paul Levitz: Pulp Fiction Library: Mystery in Space
Mike Friedrich, Robert Kanigher, Mike Sekowsky, Bob Haney: The Phantom Stranger
Charles Fillmore: Jesus Christ Heals
Peter B. Gillis: The New Defenders [132-152]
Ann Nocenti: Kid Eternity
Mike Friedrich, Len Wein: Crisis on Multiple Earths, vol. 3
Mark Millar: Swamp Thing: Darker Genesis
Joe Kelly: Spider-Man/Deadpool
Dennis Hopeless: Spider-Woman
Jim Trombetta: The Horror! The Horror! Comic Books the Government Didn’t Want You to Read, introduction by R.L. Stine
Bettina Jonic: With and Without Sam, Volume 11: The Whole Bally Lot
Ralph Griffith, Stuart Kerr: Dark Oz
Jeph Loeb: The Witching Hour
Dan Mishkin, Gary Cohn: Amethyst: Princess of Gemworld, vol. 2
Steve Englehart: Millennium
Paul Jenkins: Hellblazer
Joe Keatinge: Morbius:  The Living Vampire
Dan Slott:  Superior Spider-Man
Christopher Yost: Avenging Spider-Man
Warren Ellis: Hellstorm: Prince of Lies
Cary Bates, Greg Weisman:  Captain Atom
John Ostrander: Firestorm: The Nuclear Man
Cary Bates, Greg Weisman: Captain Atom
Dan Didio: The Phantom Stranger
Christy Marx/Tony Bedard: Sword of Sorcery: Amethyst/Beowulf
Hank Chapman, Carl Wessler, et al.: Marvel Masterworks Volume 85: Atlas Era Strange Tales, Volume 1

Planned upcoming reads:

Charles Hoy Fort: The Book of the Damned
Ethel Florence Lindesay Richardson, writing as Henry Handel Richardson: Myself When Young
Laura Redniss: Century Girl: 100 Years in the Life of Doris Eaton Travis, Last Living Star of the Ziegfeld Follies
Neil Gaiman: Fragile Things
Yuri Suhl: They Fought Back: The True Story of the Heroic Jewish Resistance to the Nazi Slaughter
Harold Clurman: The Fervent Years: The Group Theatre and The 30’s [sic], with a new introduction by Stella Adler
Billionaires for Bush: How to Rule the World for Fun and Profit
Mike Carey: X-Men: Supernovas
Arje Shaw: The Fix

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