Thursday, May 7, 2020

Stay-at-home shelfie #41

Full disclosure: I pulled these books out for their snapshot because they were stacked atop each other on the shelf, due to their height. Yes, I have to occasionally discriminate against books based on their height. The Edgar Allan Poe book was my grandmother's and contains one of her cool bookplates. Vision is a heartbreaking 12-issue tale about the titular Marvel character written by Tom King and published in 2015-16.

The Ladies-In-Waiting by Santiago García and Javier Olivares, is fantastic graphic novel that introduced me an artist (Diego Velázquez) and an iconic painting (Las Meninas) that I had very little knowledge of beforehand. I was entertained, became better-educated and finished thirsty to learn more.

Getting Started with Color Basic, which vaults me back to my 1980s computer class at Madeira Beach Middle School in Florida, is probably the volume here that needs to go onto the ever-lengthening list of future Papergreat posts.

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