The first two issues in the latest Young Liars trade ("Maestro"). I said I wasn't going to continue after the first volume, but knowing the series has a definite ending made me curious to see what Lapham would do with it. These issues jump around like crazy: they check in at the present where the first trade left off, but include a couple of different lengthy flashbacks, both really surreal. Interesting to also read the last issue in Vol. 3 of the Collected Stray Bullets. The action here is also pretty surreal, but it's reality-based enough to be believable (including the violence, which is pretty tame by Stray Bullets standards). Finally, I read half of The Secret, which collects a four issue Dark Horse miniseries.
Today I read the first two issues of House Of Mystery: Love Stories For Dead People (the second TPB). Still really enjoying it. And half of the the first volume of Howard Chaykin's American Flagg!: Definitive Collection. I had only read a few isolated issues of this before, so I can't judge the recoloring job very well compared to the originals, but it looks great. The comic looks dated in some ways, but it's full of energy, and still innovative and surprising. I have no doubt its reputation would be much greater if it hadn't been out of print for so long.
Mark Sullivan said:
Somewhere I have a ton of American Flagg comics I bought at 25¢/each at a comic book show back in the early 90s I still haven't read. Someday I reckon.