I was hoping for a Summer TBR topic for one of these Top Ten Tuesday posts, but I guess there won’t be one for this year, or maybe I missed it. Anyway, I’ve decided to ignore this week’s topic (red, white, and blue books for the U.S. Independence Day) and instead show y’all what I might not read this summer!! 😀 …Since I never read what I place on my TBR. (I only read 2 books from my spring TBR.)
Summer TBR — Comics!
Despite the lack of confidence in myself that I’ll actually read these, I really hope I do!! Some of these are series I’m already invested in and would like to continue.
Monstress, Vol. 2: The Blood by Marjorie Liu, illus. by Sana Takeda
A high fantasy comic book series set in a matriarchal world about a girl who has a monster inside her.
The Wicked + the Divine, Vol. 5: Imperial Phase, Pt. I by Kieron Gillen, illus. by Jamie McKelvie
A contemporary fantasy (<<does that make sense? Can’t recall if I’ve ever seen these two words used together to describe something) comic book series about gods (like Woden and Dionysus) who are incarnated as popular superstars (one looks like Prince and another like Rihanna).
Velvet, Vol. 3: The Man Who Stole the World by Ed Brubaker, illus. by Steve Epting
A mystery comic book series about a woman who works at a spy organization and is framed for murder.
Copperhead, Vol. 2 by Jay Faerder, illus. by Scott Godlewski
A sci-fi, western comic book series about a backwater planet that gets a new sheriff.
Black, Vol. 1 by Kwanza Osajyefo, illus. by Jamal Igle, Robin Riggs, Derwin Roberson, and Tim Smith III
A contemporary sci-fi comic books series set in the present day, except only Black people have superpowers.
The Tea Dragon Society by Katie O’Neill (illus.)
A fantasy graphic novel about a blacksmith apprentice who learns how to care for tea dragons.
Run for It: Stories of Slaves Who Fought for Their Freedom by Marcelo d’Salete (illus.)
A graphic novel about “Brazil’s hidden history of slavery.”
Daytripper by Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon (illus.)
A graphic novel about the life of an obituary writer.
The Park Bench by Christophe Chabouté (illus.)
A graphic novel about a park bench.
Through the Woods by Emily Carroll (illus.)
A graphic novel filled with 10 thrilling stories.
**Fingers crossed that I actually complete my TBR this time.**