And ending the media catch-up with comics, here’s what’s been on my overall pull list for the last few months. All asterisked bullets are comics I highly recommend, but everything on the list is good.
So, what’re you pulling these days?
Continuing from yesterday, we move along from movies to TV shows. Tomorrow brings just a snippet of my total reading list for the year.
Still in progress
So, who’s been binging what, and do you have any recommendations?
Breaking down my birthday:
Yeah, it’s been a good 23rd birthday.
What about you?
April: Game of Thrones season 2, Cabin In The Woods
May: Avengers, Dark Shadows, Men In Black 3, Moonrise Kingdom
June: Prometheus, Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter (kinda), Brave
July: The Amazing Spider-Man, The Dark Knight Rises
August: The Bourne Legacy, ParaNorman
September: Argo (mainly because of the talent), Looper (FINALLY!)
October: Frankenweenie, The Gangster Squad (again, the talent), Alex Cross (Kinda, namely because I’m familiar with most of the books … and I hope that this adaptation turns out better than the Morgan Freeman ones. Honestly, get the age right!)
November: Wreck-It Ralph, Skyfall, Rise of the Guardians (again, the talent)
December: Les Mis, The Hobbit (goes without saying … and in 3D), Django Unchained, The Great Gatsby (probably not in 3D, though)
Not as many as last year … but eh, it’s not a big deal. Pretty good count overall, I’d say.
In Theaters (in the order of viewing)
On DVD (in the order of viewing)
Not counting or tallying re-watches this year, but the few I can think of include Monsters, Inc., Up, and Little Rascals.
I know that close to half of these are graphic novels, but I still count them. And I know that I didn’t finish three items on the list (as indicated), but two were short story collections that didn’t need to be read fully and one was a novel we were told to read up to a certain point in before skimming the rest. The three were for classes. So I read them as I needed to for the class. That’s that. And I’m 6 books short of last year’s tally, but … eh. Beat the Nerdfighter Challenge (50 books in a year)!