SHUT IN THEATER: Weekend Reading 27

It’s time for Weekend Reading 27, which means we’re now entering the back half of COVID-1 9 Quarantine: Year One. We are sure no one will be surprised that we are marking the occasion with some see!

As customary, we hope that you will share your weekend reading means with us in the comment section. The whole Beat team really looks forward to hearing what our books are paging through every weekend, and we admire your sharing!

Weekend Reading 27Weekend Reading 27: Relish

AVERY KAPLAN: I was lucky enough to get an unexpected comic as a gift in the mail this week, so I’ll be reading( and maybe too cooking some recipes from) Relish by Lucy Knisley. Then, I’m going to check out Devolution by Max Brooks on the recommendation of Ricky Serrano( who read the story for Weekend Reading 19 ).

Weekend Reading 27Weekend Reading 27: Black is the Color

PHILIPPE LEBLANC: What a stressful and chilling time to be alive, maybe it’s time I calm down by learning something a little lighter. I know, Laid Waste and Black is the Color by Julia Gfrorer will do the trick. Her recent graphic romance Vision came out a few weeks ago and I haven’t had a chance to pick it up just yet. I likewise want to revisit Nijigahara Holograph by Inio Asano. I don’t know what to spawn of life anymore. I hope you guys are doing better and staying strong out there.

Weekend Reading 27Weekend Reading 27: Black Panther

TAIMUR DAR: When I first got back into comics I remember encountering the first transactions of Christopher Priest Black Panther in my school’s library. I’ve read sporadic issues of Priest’s acclaimed passed since then but the entire succession proper. So with the big Black Panther giveaway on ComiXology right now, it’s too good an opportunity not to eventually read Priest’s run in its entirety.

Weekend Reading 27: Interim

JOSH HILGENBERG: Well, I think someone sounded my intention from last week: my ShortBox is here! Last-place year was my first time backing the determine and I was utterly floored. I’ve been picking up a few more designations now and there ever since and they’re consistently some of my favorite predicts, so I’m stoked to check out what writer Zainab Akhtar has in store for 2020. Now I have to shape the big decision of what to read first: the trippy sci-fi Interim by Alissa Chan or the ghostly capitalism caricature Dead End Jobs For Ghosts by Aminder Dhaliwal…

Weekend Reading 27Weekend Reading 27: Stranger Things Happen

RUTH JOHNSON: I’ve been predicting Stranger Things Happen by Kelly Link, which is a delectable short story collection about the dead, haunts and what happens when we interact with the speculative and the eerie.

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