This is on the White House blog, with no apparent comic intention:
WP Bookblog Listing
- Y: The Last Man, the Deluxe Edition Book 1 (Brian K Vaughan & Pia Guerra 2002, 2003) 22 October 2016A compilation of the first 10 monthly comics in a cheerfully violent tale of a world in which every mammal with a Y chromosome has suddenly died, with the unexplained exception of amateur escape artist Yorick Brown and his pet monkey.
- Overland 224 (Jacinda Woodhead 2016) 22 October 2016Overland has a sleek new design
- National Treasure (Jack Thorne 2016) 19 October 2016Robbie Coltrane as a much loved, ageing TV comic who is accused of multiple sexual assaults. The suspense is huge, from any number of perspectives.
- Code of a Killer (Michael Crompton 2015) 19 October 2016A British series based on the introduction of DNA testing in a forensic context. For some reason I keep wanting the excellent John Simm, who plays scientist Alec Jeffreys, to turn into Michael Sheen from Masters of Sex. David Threlfall as the policeman David Baker brings weight to a show that's just a bit clunky.
- Julieta (Pedro Almadóvar 2016) 18 October 2016Entrancing mother–daughter tale. The bright palette signals constantly that This Is A Story, and the story still works.
- Y: The Last Man, the Deluxe Edition Book 1 (Brian K Vaughan & Pia Guerra 2002, 2003) 22 October 2016
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- Y: The Last Man Book 1 (Brian K Vaughan & Pia Guerra 2002, 2003)
- Mike Smith’s Archaeology of Australia’s Deserts
- Tohby Riddle’s Milo
- Art Spiegelman’s Wild Party
- Neil Gaiman’s How The Marquis Got His Coat Back
- Tom Griffiths’ Art of Time Travel
- Don Watson’s Enemy Within
- Michelle Cahill’s Letter to Pessoa
- Lee Whitmore’s Ada Louise
- Judith Ridge’s Book that Made Me
- Atticus Lish’s Preparation for the Next Life
- China Miéville’s This Census Taker
- The Book Group and Paula Hawkins’s Girl on the Train
- Gary Ramage’s The Shot
- Charlotte Wood’s Natural Way of Things