I know this is dreadfully late, but for a while I was seriously considering not doing these posts. Then I realized I liked doing them, as it gave me a chance to talk about STUFF, and what I really didn’t want to do was go link-hunting. So I decided to leave out the links. If you’re really interested in something, go Google it. Or ask me in the comments and I’ll send a link your way. 🙂
Without further adieu, let’s look at September’s entertainment tallies!
And as always, I’m happy to jabber about anything that’s on the following lists. If you want my opinion about something, just comment and ask.
CULTURE CONSUMPTION: September 2013
Book-wise, I sucked at reading this last month. Only two actual books, three if you count Gaiman’s, and it’s hard to count that one since it’s a children’s book. What can I say? I’m getting slow in my old age!
Abaddon’s Gate by James S.A. Corey
Fortunately, the Milk by Neil Gaiman
Chimes at Midnight by Seanan McGuire
Only two stories, one I found for free on Tor.com, and the second was published in Chimes at Midnight.
The Lady Astronaut of Mars by Mary Robinette Kowal
“Never Shines the Sun” by Seanan McGuire
So I’m really working hard to finish up Hellblazer in October, so there’s, erm, a LOT of them on this list. That will change soon, I promise! Also, I need to explain the Batman stuff: September was Villain’s month, so the point-whatever’s are a different villain in the regular Batman title. I read the Joker, Penguin, The Riddler, and Bane. Weirdly, Joker and Bane were the least interesting.
Graphic novels first:
Chew: The Omnivore Edition, Volume 2 by John Layman
Chew: The Omnivore Edition, Volume 3 by John Layman
Once Upon a Time: Shadow of the Queen by Dan Thompson & Corinna Bechko
American Vampire Anthology #1
Batman #23.1: Joker
Batman #23.2: Penguin
Batman #23.3: The Riddler
Batman #23.4: Bane
Batman Black and White #1
Hellblazer #244 – #275
Kick-Ass 3 #3
Locke & Key: Alpha #1
Star Wars #9
Star Wars: Legacy #6 – #7
The Manhattan Projects #14
The Star Wars #1
The Unwritten #52
The Walking Dead #114
Super-quiet movie month, that’s for sure. Though I did go to the theater twice!
The World’s End
And for what I watched in the comfort of my own home:
iTunes Music Festival: Thirty Seconds to Mars
And I’m moving right along in Netflix, catching up on some fantastic shows:
Archer, Season 2
Friday Night Lights, Season 2
Mad Men, Season 2
And that’s it! What did you watch and/or read? What did you love, what did you hate? As always, please refrain from spoilers, as I’m obviously catching up on some shows rather late and don’t want to be spoiled.