(Y-11) the weekend is here.

To say that I have fallen behind my reading is will be an understatement.

I have like 600 total pages, and more than 17 hours left on the clock.

The good news is that I have the whole weekend ahead of me.

And with some incentives to push along, in the form of chocolate and puzzles, I have great hope that I’ll get pass my goal.

I’ll read some of the Dark Phoenix Saga and get started with my new puzzle.

Off to read.

azr

(Y-11) next on the plate

I keep on reading, not as much as I would like, but I’ll get there.

Yesterday, I read the two first issues of the Top Cow Universe crossover event Artifacts, and yes it convinced me to keep on read it.

Next on my plate there are a couple of number one issues, than as Artifacts, I will read and decide if I am interested to keep on reading them.

First up is Necromancer, a six issues mini series by Top Cow comics.

And to close out the night, The Secret History, published by Archaia and it expands over 20 issues.

Let’s see how this go.

Off to reading.

azr

(Y-11) waking up

To start off the morning there is nothing better than some black coffee and a bit of reading.

I started with the Spanish reprint of one the seminal story arc in the X-men mythology, The Dark Phoenix Saga.

Chris Claremont just elevated this group of beloved characters to amazing new heights.

Today feels like a great for my reading.

azr

(Y-11) this evening’s reading

I am approaching the halfway point of Fire & Blood, little over 50 pages to go, and maybe I can close that gap a bit before succumbing to sleep.

Also, I will like to read the latest issue of Heroes in Crisis, well at least in the Mexican edition, which is number 5 of the series.

Off to read.

azr

(Y-11) Looking for new stories.

I have been going thru my Comixology account and I found several number one issues of all kind of series.

These are most commonly found on the free comic books section or in bundles.

So now I’m going to read some of them and determine if I’ll go and buy the next numbers.

To start, I’ll read the mega crossover event by Top Cow comics, Artifacts.

The Darkness and Witchblade are a couple of the characters involved in this story.

Let’s see how it plays out.

Off to read.

azr.

(Y-11) He who seeks

I was doing some organizing in my wish list on my Amazon account and I found that there are a lot of titles I am interested in reading on my Kindle unlimited account.

So naturally I asked myself, is there enough titles I could read one per day for a whole year?

Well, I am about to find out and when I have my list complete, I’ll share it and start this new endeavor.

Off to seek things to read.

azr

(Y-11) this morning reading and some unexpected birthday presents

I have wait out this morning in the house.

So, I’ll take the opportunity to read with a few cups of coffee and try to chip away as much as I can.

I’ll keep on going with Blood &Fire, which is amazing, including the great artwork by Doug Wheatley.

Also, the fourth volumen of Hellboy, The Right Hand of Doom, the Spanish translation, which hopefully will cover the whole collection of this amazing comic book, I’m still waiting for the fifth volume to come out.

Finally, I received a couple of amazing gifts from my friends.

A cup of those late night sessions.

And a couple of mini journals to keep on planning things for this blog.

Well now off to read.

azr

(Y-11) tonight’s reading session

I will try to chip away at my time and pages and start the weekend with a good rhythm.

So, I’ll dip my head into one of my favorite stomping grounds, the universe of Sandman, created by my all time favorite author Neil Gaiman, and for these particular new series,he gave the creative reigns to some really amazing teams.

I’ll continue with the Lucifer series, written by Dan Watters and illustrated by Max and Sebastian Fiumara.

As the previous spinoff series of the Prince of Darkness, written by the amazing Mike Carey, this new adventure promises big things.

now off to read.

azr

(Y-11) Old School Monday…Eternals (1976-1978) # 1

Hello again, as last Monday, today I pick up an comic released before 1981.

This time it was Eternals by the legendary writer and illustrator Jack Kirby, if you are not familiar with the “King”, well let’s say that he helped, along with Stan Lee, shaped comic-books as we know them.

This series is about some celestial beings than have come to earth as protector of humanity from their arch nemesis The Deviants.

This issue introduces The Eternals as this ancient mythological beings and a bit of their purpose and origin.

In the picture below you can catch some reminiscent of the Incan culture in the temple of the Eternals.

Jack Kirby’s style is so peculiar and original that you can see the influence still today.

Although this was a very short issue, only 17 pages, it gives you enough to pull you into the vast mythology of this elusive group of “superheroes”, which, are rumored to play a big role in the upcoming Marvel cinematic universe movies.

But until that becomes official you can read the complete series by Mr.Kirby, or, the 2006 series by Neil Gaiman and John Romita Jr.

Both available at Comixology.

For next Monday I will read the first issue from 1972 of Swamp Thing.

Now I’m off to read and enjoy the soothing sound of rain.

azr.

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