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New Arrivals: Wandering Son V08

The spine/etc is aqua. I really want to get back to reading this before the summer is over. A while back, I thought I ordered Wandering son v08 right along with v07, but when I looked at my order history on Fantagraphics, the last order listed was v07 with v08 nowhere to be found. I […]

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{Grace Ellis, Noelle Stevenson, & Brooke A. Allen} Lumberjanes V01

Reading in Progress: Print

Nomura Mizuki: Book Girl – I only have … and the Suicidal Mime (v01). I can’t remember why I bought it. I haven’t decided if I’m going to continue the series–I haven’t even finished the one I have yet. There are 8 volumes total. James Tynion IV & Michael Dialynas: The Woods – I have volume 1–the only collected […]

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New Arrivals: Wandering Son V06

I picked up v06 from the post office today. This spine is reminiscent of pumpkin pie or weather beaten marigold. I included a bonus shot of the series so far. The first three colors are romper room colors and the most recent three are rather autumnal—they make me a bit hungry for Thanksgiving food. I’ve […]

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New Arrivals: Wandering Son V05

My trip to the Post Office netted me volume 5! When I received the first three, I thought Fantagraphics decided to use colors similar to the Japanese volumes’ title colors to determine the accent color for the English release, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. The colors of the titles of the first […]

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New Arrivals: Wandering Son V04

I picked up volume 4 from the post office today! I wasn’t expecting it; I made the trip to pick up something else. Everything’s been so crazy lately that I haven’t had any time to read v01-v03, but I’m going to make some time this coming Saturday and Sunday morning. Now the spine colors are […]

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New Arrivals: Wandering Son V01-V03

I’m always hesitant to initiate a new collection. I don’t like getting burned. If some English publishers can’t even finish a 3-volume series that’s already complete, then what hopes are there for longer series that are still publishing? Particularly for a relatively niche genre or subject matter. I get that the longer a series goes […]

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