Wednesday, March 18, 2020

My Weekly Pull [114] & Can't Wait Wednesday [84]

My Weekly Pull is something I do every Wednesday to show which comics I had pulled for me that week! If you're into comics, or you're looking to start, please join me! If you decide to do your own post, there's a link-up at the bottom. I would love to stop by and check it out!

Amazing Mary Jane #6 by Leah Williams, Carlos E. Gomez, Greg Land
Atlantis Attacks #3 by Greg Pak, Ario Anindito, Rock-He Kim
Deadpool #4 by Kelly Thompson, Chris Bachalo

Dragon Age Blue Wraith #3 by Christina Weir, Nunzio Defilippis, Michael Atiyeh
Family Tree #5 by Jeff Lemire, Phil Hester
Firefly #15 by Greg Pak, Lalit Kumar Sharma, Kano

Guardians of the Galaxy #3 by Al Ewing, Juan Cabal, Ivan Shavrin
Marvels X #3 by Alex Ross, Jim Krueger, Well-Bee
Outlawed #1 by Eve Ewing, Kim Jacinto, Pepe Larraz

Spider-Woman #1 by Karla Pacheco, Pere Perez, Ron Lim
Star Wars #4 by Charles Soule, Jesus Saiz, Chris Sprouse
Undiscovered Country #5 by Charles Soule, Scott Snyder, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Daniele Orlandini

Wicked Things #1 by John Allison, Max Strain, Max Sarin

Jacob's comics for the week! 

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #4 by Ryan Parrott, Simone Di Meo, Goni Montes
Spawn #306 by Todd McFarlane, Philip Tan
Transformers #19 by Brian Ruckley, Anna Malkova, Bethany McGuire-Smith
Usagi Yojimbo #9 by Stan Sakai

The Deadpool and Family Tree covers are hard to look at, but their stories are amazing! I'm really enjoying all of these, and looking forward to starting Outlawed, Spider-Woman and Wicked Things

Can't Wait Wednesday is a weekly feature that's hosted by Tressa at Wishful Endings. It highlights the upcoming releases we're really excited about reading! CWW is a spinoff of the feature Waiting on Wednesday (WoW), that was started by Jill at Breaking the Spine.
Girl, Unframed by Deb Caletti
Expected publication: June 23rd 2020

Synopsis (via Goodreads): A teen girl’s summer with her mother turns sinister in this gripping thriller about the insidious dangers of unwanted attention, from Printz Honor medal–winning and National Book Award finalist author Deb Caletti—perfect for fans of Courtney Summers’s Sadie.
Sydney Reilly has a bad feeling about going home to San Francisco before she even gets on the plane. How could she not? Her mother is Lila Shore—the Lila Shore—a film star who prizes her beauty and male attention above all else…certainly above her daughter.

But Sydney’s worries multiply when she discovers that Lila is involved with the dangerous Jake, an art dealer with shady connections. Jake loves all beautiful objects, and Syndey can feel his eyes on her whenever he’s around. And he’s not the only one. Sydney is starting to attract attention—good and bad—wherever she goes: from sweet, handsome Nicco Ricci, from the unsettling construction worker next door, and even from Lila. Behaviors that once seemed like misunderstandings begin to feel like threats as the summer grows longer and hotter.

It’s unnerving, how beauty is complicated, and objects have histories, and you can be looked at without ever being seen. But real danger, crimes of passion, the kind of stuff where someone gets killed—it only mostly happens in the movies, Sydney is sure. Until the night something life-changing happens on the stairs that lead to the beach. A thrilling night that goes suddenly very wrong. When loyalties are called into question. And when Sydney learns a terrible truth: beautiful objects can break.

I've really enjoyed Caletti's books in the past, so hopefully this one lives up to my expectations! (I'm 98% it will.) ;)

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  1. I have not read any of Caletti's books yet, but I have wanted to. The synopsis definitely has me intrigued

    1. I'm really surprised you haven't read any of her books before! Stay is a book that I still think about today, and I read it several years ago.


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