Pages, Panels, and Chords (2007).

faked by Monday, January 1st, 2007

Books read in 2007:
01. Dear Catastrophe Waitress.
02. 1776, David McCullough.*
03. Men and Cartoons, Jonathan Lethem.
04. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Jonathan Safron Foer.
05. For the Record: The Life and Work of Alex Steinweiss, Jennifer McKnight-Trontz + Alex Steinweiss.
06. Nightshade, Jack Butler.
07. Fargo Rock City, Chuck Klosterman.
08. Murmur, Laura Mullen.
09. Batman 100, Paul Pope.
10. Limitations, Scott Turow.
11. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Mark Twain.
12. The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes, vol. I, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Leslie S. Klinger, Ed.).
13. Living in Little Rock with Miss Little Rock, Jack Butler.
14. You Shall Know Our Velocity!, Dave Eggers.
15. Fun Home, Alison Bechdel.
16. Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, Susanna Clarke.
17. The Last Coach, A.J. Barra.
18. Fantastic Four Visionaries – John Byrne, Vol. 2.
19. Fantastic Four Visionaries – John Byrne, Vol. 3.
20. The Good Life, Jay Mcinerney.
21. DMZ vol 1: On the Ground, Brian Wood and Riccardo Burchielli.
22. DMZ vol 2: Body of a Journalist, Brian Wood and Riccardo Burchielli.
23. The Glass Menagerie, Tennessee Williams.
24. Penny Arcade Volume 4: Birds Are Weird, Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik.
25. As Simple As Snow, Gregory Galloway.
26. Michael Chabon, A Model World.
[dates are lost to the whims and vagaries of time]
27. Gabriel Garcia-Marquez, 100 Years of Solitude.
28. Warren Murphy and James Mullany, The New Destroyer: Choke Hold.
29. DMZ: vol. 3.
30. Whatever that last volume of Fables was.
31. Jack of Fables, vol. 2.
32. Alan Moore & Kevin O’Neill, The Black Dossier.
33. Harry Potter, dude.
34. Seriously, I finally got into it.
35. And while the first three are okay . . .
36. Me oh MY, Goblet of Fire rocked my face off.
37. So did Order of the Phoenix.
38. As for the rest . . .
39. Yes, I bawled at the end.
40. Miranda July, No one belongs here more than you.

Music acquired:
01. Happy Gorjus, mix by Jaysus.
02. Music 2 Change Yr Lyfe, mix by Alec Eiffel.
03. The National, Alligator.
04. The Arcade Fire, Neon Bible.
05. The Tuff Luvs, Party Dudes.
06. Black Label Society, The Blessed Hellride.
BlacK Label &tc.
07. Philip Glass,
Glass: Heroes Symphony; The Light.
08. The National, Boxer.
09. Drive-By Truckers, Decoration Day.
10. Bruce Springsteen, Live Dublin.
11. Spoon, Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga.
12. Rilo Kiley, Under the Blacklights.
13. Elvis Presley, Elvis Presley.
14. Drive-By Truckers, Southern Rock Opera.
15. Jason Isbell, Sirens of the Ditch.
[Dates and places unknown.]
16. Avail, 4 a.m. (reissue).
17. Okkervil River, Black Sheep Boy (expanded addition).
18. Guided By Voices, Bee Thousand.
19. Bruce & the E, Magic.

5 Responses to “Pages, Panels, and Chords (2007).”

  1. Hey, so what’d you think of Men and Cartoons? I wasn’t so crazy about the Vision story, but I liked Super Goat-Man.

  2. neola says:

    sugar bean, have you ever ventured into the Preacher series?

  3. brd says:

    Do you recommend one or the other of the Jack Butler books?

  4. gorjus says:

    Read Living in Little Rock with Miss Little Rock. It’s huge. Nightshade is for the advanced fan who likes a health dose of science fiction.

  5. brd says:

    Do you like Philip Glass’ music? I really like most of his stuff. Have you listened to the the CIVIL warS? It is most interesting.