2020, 2021… what’s the distinction? Both method, due to the continued COVID-19 pandemic (which nonetheless continues unabated in the USA, with some really horrifying vacation numbers), we’ll be safely inside Stately Beat Manor, studying, and it’s in that spirit that we convey you Weekend Studying 41.
What books do you’ve got deliberate in your weekend studying as we head into the New Yr? We hope you’ll tell us within the remark part!
AVERY KAPLAN: For the primary weekend in 2021, I’ll be studying the 2013 run of Younger Avengers by Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, Mike Norton, Stephen Thompson, Kris Anka, Matthew Wilson, plus an entire bunch of artists on the 2 ultimate points.
JOE GRUNENWALD: I don’t make resolutions, however one in every of my targets for 2021 is to remain on high of my to-read pile (or, relatively, dig out from underneath it). I’ve been banking the ultimate few problems with Gideon Falls by Jeff Lemire, Andrea Sorrentino, and Dave Stewart to learn abruptly, so I’ll be doing that, in addition to studying the handful of different single-issues that I’ve purchased and never but learn, earlier than I dive into graphic novels like The Seeds by Ann Nocenti and David Aja, The Cloven by Garth Stein and Matthew Southworth, and plenty of, many extra.
TAIMUR DAR: Like many, my introduction to Stan Sakai’s Usagi Yojimbo was by means of the Ninja Turtles cartoon. I jumped on board when it began being printed by means of IDW and was hooked. Very similar to Joe, one in every of my very own targets is to learn Saki’s unique Usagi Yojimbo tales. With the upcoming Netflix CGI animated Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles that seems to take cues from his Area Usagi tales, I’m studying The Usagi Yojimbo Saga: Legends assortment first.