Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Books Read - January to April 2015

Codex Grey Knights (5th edition) by Matthew Ward
World War II Collectibles by Harry Rinker Jr. and Robert Heistand
TIME: 100 ideas that Changed the World: History’s Greatest Breakthroughs, Inventions, and Theories by Time Books
The Chris Farley Show: a biography in three Acts by Tom Farley Jr and Tanner Colby

Mafiaboy: how i cracked the internet and why it’s still broken by Michael Calce with Craig Silverman
The Martian by Andy Weir
You Are Here: around the world in 92 minutes by Chris Hadfield
Time Life Books: The Old West – The Alaskans by Keith Wheeler
Junk Foodie: 51 Delicious Recipes for the Lowbrow Gourmand by Emilie Baltz
The Barbarians: Warriors & Wars of the Dark Ages by Tim Newark
Batman Returns – The Official Movie Book by Michael Singer

The Art of Walt Disney (From Mickey Mouse to the Magic Kingdoms) by Christopher Finch (1973 edition)
Heroes Revealed featuring Seasons 1, 2, and 3 by Michael Goldman
The Art of Walt Disney (From Mickey Mouse to the Magic Kingdoms) by Christopher Finch (1995 edition)
Bringing Down the House: The inside story of six M.I.T. Students who took Vegas for Millions by Ben Mezrich
Star Wars the Clone Wars The Visual Guide by Jason Fry
Kennel Club Books: German Shepherd Dog by Susan Samms
Celebrate Our Faith by Papal Rose Publishing

The Science of Interstellar by Kip Thorne
The Town by Chuck Hogan
Babylon 5: A Call to Arms: Sky Full of Stars by Matthew Sprange
Brick Flicks – A comprehensive guide to making your own Stop-Motion Lego Movies by Sarah Herman

Friday, May 8, 2015

Cerebus committed

While out on Free Comic Book Day, in addition to our free comics, we always buy stuff at each of the stores. I managed to pick up three more of the Cerebus phone books for about $15 each. Even though I didn’t find any of the 4 books in the next arc, I did get Guys, Rick’s Story, and Going Home, which are the next three books in the series after that arc.
That means I need the 4 books before that set (Flight, Women, Reads, Minds), and the last 3 books (Form and Void, Latter Days, and The Last Day) to have the entire series. So I suppose that pushes me over the edge into getting the back half.