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What are you reading?
Gauda Cheese
Batwoman: Hydrology which was absolutely gorgeous! A feast for the eyes.

Judge Dredd Case Files volume 2

And still wading through the Secret History of Twin Peaks. Really interesting book, but if you like the show it's not hard to figure out who the Archivist is.
http://stwco.word... Stuff and things written by me.

My podcast: http://GATM.buzzs...
 
Joe Dredd
Gauda Cheese wrote:
Judge Dredd Case Files volume 2

Cool! 2T(FRU)T virus, Bad Bob Booth and Judge Fish!
 
dragonq
Got fed up with The Essex Serpent, and started reading the Brothers Karamazov, which I see I bought in 2007! (Does anyone else date books when they buy them?) I seem to remember I was going through bit of a Russian phase at the time, and thought I should read it next...well, ten years later, finally here I am! Took me a while, didn't it?
 
Angry Angel
There's no time limit for reading a book. I got a book as a present when I was a child (BB's Little Grey Men) and didn't read it until I had children of my own and I read it to them.
 
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Magic Toenail
Eric Cline's 1177 bc: the year that civilization collapsed, about the collapse of bronze age civilizations in the mediterranian
 
Gauda Cheese
Joe Dredd wrote:

Gauda Cheese wrote:
Judge Dredd Case Files volume 2

Cool! 2T(FRU)T virus, Bad Bob Booth and Judge Fish!


13 progs into the Cursed Earth and lovin it.
http://stwco.word... Stuff and things written by me.

My podcast: http://GATM.buzzs...
 
President Solvite
I remember reading this in the original comic.

With the Jolly Green Giant/Mcdonalds etc. companies taking issue of copyright and usage of their brands.

I was 8 and my mind was full of Doctor Who, Blakes 7 and 2000AD so as a result that controversy just passed me by..
 
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rojkerr1
Permission to die, James Bond graphic
 
Joe Dredd
President Solvite wrote:

I remember reading this in the original comic.

With the Jolly Green Giant/Mcdonalds etc. companies taking issue of copyright and usage of their brands.

I was 8 and my mind was full of Doctor Who, Blakes 7 and 2000AD so as a result that controversy just passed me by..


Rebellion (the company that own 2000AD) finally dared to bring out an edition last year with the "offending" pages restored: Judge Dredd: The Cursed Earth Uncensored.
 
Joe Dredd
Gauda Cheese wrote:
13 progs into the Cursed Earth and lovin it.


Great! I don't know if it's your thing GC, but you might enjoy this short fan film made a few years ago about an ageing Judge who takes the Long Walk into the Cursed Earth: Judge Minty.

Just last month the same team released a new short (~20 mins) film called "Search/Destroy" based on the "Strontium Dog" strip also from 2000AD* and created by Dredd creators John Wagner & Carlos Ezquerra.


*Actually, it started in "Starlord", a short-lived stablemate comic, but 99.999% of the strip has been published in 2000AD.
 
Joe Dredd


Apparently Ready Player One is being made into a film by Stephen Spielberg with Simon Pegg as Morrow.
 
Gauda Cheese
Still working through JD Case Files 2

Also reading the wonderful TNG book Armageddon's Arrow

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http://stwco.word... Stuff and things written by me.

My podcast: http://GATM.buzzs...
 
Angry Angel
I'd ended up with several books on the go, unusual for me, so I've been trying to get them finished. I read 'Children of Earth and Sky' by Guy Gavriel Kay (alternate universe history, set in the equivalent of the area around the Adriatic in the years after the fall of Constantinople), 'The Telling' by Ursula Le Guin (Le Guin and Kay are two of my absolutely favourite authors), 'A Darker Shade of Magic' by V. E. Schwab (a new author to me, but liking her stuff so far), and 'Voyager' by Diana Gabaldon (the third Outlander book). I'm now reading the first Bernard Cornwell King Arthur book, 'The Winter King'.
 
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rojkerr1
Serpents too th,space 1999 bred for war
 
Klenotka
Gauda Cheese, I admire your determination...I have a whole collection of Typhoon Pact and I didnīt get to it yet...or any other ST books. I only read Section 31 books, because that is my favourite part of ST universe.

I am trying to switch between genres a bit because I got stuck with Jo Nesbo and then Stephen King, which is not really good for a mental health Grin I just finished one of biographical books - Cary Grant. What a fascinating guy!

And now I am back in the "darkness" reading another "northern detective story" (Nesbo is from Norway). This time from a finnish author Marko Hautala, in original called Kuokkamummo. I speak only two language, and that is English and German so I DO need a translated version..Grin I have no idea what the title is in English, though Wink
Donīt be Lasagne
 
Grade Four Ignorant
Gauda Cheese wrote:
And still wading through the Secret History of Twin Peaks. Really interesting book, but if you like the show it's not hard to figure out who the Archivist is.


There are three, possibly four, archivists who put together the book. And I've yet to figure out which of them put the hidden message in the book. Have you figured out who the UFO interested entertainer who meets with Doug Mitford and Richard Nixon is?

I've just finished reading Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome. I found it wryly and intelligently funny to begin with but about halfway through it started to drag. It's a two-in-one book with the sequel Three Men on the Bummel, but I have very little desire to read the sequel now.

Deciding on what I want to read next, most likely going to go for American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis.
 
Gauda Cheese
Klenotka wrote:

Gauda Cheese, I admire your determination...I have a whole collection of Typhoon Pact and I didnīt get to it yet...or any other ST books. I only read Section 31 books, because that is my favourite part of ST universe.


Don't admire me too much. I just been picking and choosing. So I've read Arrow, now reading the Prey trilogy, but already read Headlong Flight.

The writers go an amazing job, easing you into the current events without spoiling it too much and letting you just enjoy the books. My theory was that they want people to be able to just pick these books up. So far so good. Really wanna read Destiny, The Fall and Typhon Pact though.
http://stwco.word... Stuff and things written by me.

My podcast: http://GATM.buzzs...
 
Hugbot
The Not-A-Pig, first book in the Mango & Bambang series by Polly Faber and Clara Vulliamy. You might wonder why the Hugbot is reading a childrens' book at the tender age of 52, but this is a Paddington-esque story about a girl who befriends ... drum roll ... a Malayan tapir! A story starring my favourite animal? I just had to buy it! And it is really lovely, funny and heart-warming at the same time.
 
Travisina
Hugbot wrote:
You might wonder why the Hugbot is reading a childrens' book at the tender age of 52...

Not at all - I still read children's books. Recent favourite is Frog and Toad, and I'll happily re-read the classics - Winnie the Pooh and Alice in Wonderland / Through the Looking Glass.
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There's no point being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes
 
wall1885
I'm always cautious about these kind of books but I have just bought Blake's 7: A Critical Guide to Series 1-4 .by Rodney Marshall and Alex Pinfold. I've been very indecisive about grabbing this, but it's the only B7 related book I didnt have so I have finally caved in. I'm gonna start reading this at some point this weekend. I'm hoping it will be better than A History and Critical Analysis of ""Blake's 7"", the 1978-1981 British Television Space Adventure by John Kenneth Muir - I really didnt enjoy that one. So fingers crossed
 
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