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Catwoman: Selina

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“I have to say I was a little disappointed by The Bible. I've seen many reviewers call it 'life changing' and promise that it contains profound wisdom ”

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Kurkkuharja added 1 item to Read in 2017 list
Pohjois-Korea – yhdeksän vuoden pakomatka helvetistä
January/tammikuu
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Star Wars #1

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Animal Man Vol. 5: The Meaning of Flesh

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New Avengers, Vol. 1

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New Avengers, Vol. 1

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The Torch
Harley Quinn and Power Girl
Harley Quinn Vol. 5: The Joker
X-Men: Battle of the Atom

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Uncanny X-Men Volume 2: Broken (Marvel Now) (Uncanny X-Men (Marvel Paperback))
Uncanny Avengers Volume 3: Ragnarok Now (Marvel Now)
Avengers, Vol. 3: Prelude to Infinity
Avengers Volume 2: The Last White Event
Uncanny Avengers Volume 4: Avenge the Earth (Marvel Now)

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Tom Strong, Vol. 2

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Kurkkuharja added 1 item to Read in 2017 list
Helvetistä 2
January/tammikuu
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Vagabond 11.
Hellboy, Vol. 4: The Right Hand of Doom
Suicide Squad Vol. 2: Basilisk Rising (The New 52)

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mika_ added 1 item to 100 Favorite Books of Poetry list
Red Clay Weather (Pitt Poetry Series)
"Play Dead" Gods envy us because we die, they kill us out of jealousy, and sometimes just because they're bored. When I was usurped by death...The ghosts roam nude except for their despair, eyeless in the underworld, unable to see, to touch, to taste or hear the world that was so good when they were too dissatisfied to notice. Hell is the place the dead who don't know they're dead go, or where the dead who've always been dead go when they die in earnest, filled with small gray flowers that seen up close are balls of dust. But they don't see them, though dust clings to them, covers them like shrouds, if they wore shrouds, if they weren't naked and dismayed, stripped of whatever made them whatever they were. Whatever made them whole has left this hole to call themselves, if they could call. But they're just shadows at noon, when shadows are abbreviated, barely cast. The dead move fast, nowhere to nowhere in no time at all.
1 day, 14 hours ago
mika_ added 1 item to Read in 2017 list
Red Clay Weather (Pitt Poetry Series)
Excerpt from "By the Entrance to Cordova Mall, I Sat Down and Wept" "I was a secret that the hurtling-into-summer world had kept too well. I turned, the key, I drove into the day that didn't know my name, drove myself sane again, and came up hard to the first red light." "Play Dead" "Gods envy us because we die, they kill us out of jealousy, and sometimes just because they're bored. When I was usurped by death...The ghosts roam nude except for their despair, eyeless in the underworld, unable to see, to touch, to taste or hear the world that was so good when they were too dissatisfied to notice. Hell is the place the dead who don't know they're dead go, or where the dead who've always been dead go when they die in earnest, filled with small gray flowers that seen up close are balls of dust. But they don't see them, though dust clings to them, covers them like shrouds, if they wore shrouds, if they weren't naked and dismayed, stripped of whatever made them whatever they were. Whatever made them whole has left this hole to call themselves, if they could call. But they're just shadows at noon, when shadows are abbreviated, barely cast. The dead move fast, nowhere to nowhere in no time at all." "Somewhere Off the Coast of Cyprus" "Gods don’t get what they want, they stumble, falter and halt at the frontiers of fulfillment, puzzled that power isn’t always pleasure. They want to know what know is (I have known, I knew, I know, I will know, I will have known), instead learn only no. (Conjugate this, decline every noun.) No happy ending to this sentence for a god, sentenced to helpless potency, all will and self-belief but somehow substanceless, a notion of force that steals a form and calls it body, steals a body and calls it mine, impervious to touch. A litter of porous marble’s all that’s left, paint-stripped but still stained, nothing that anyone could use. How useless immortality becomes in time, rubble retrieved from a receding river in a year of drought. The goddess has no arms, the god’s hand drawing back the bow is missing, there’s no protection for them anymore. Acid rain worms through their statuary skin. Better to wait for the waters to return, the mildewed monuments to finish crumbling. Let the shipwrecked cargoes sleep where they sank (myths buried in them like birds that won’t be heard), gold leaf and lapis lazuli dreaming of love, whatever love means to a god." "What It Is to Burn" "It's always four a.m., flourescent-lettered sleepscapes littered with green and yellow lights, with petrochemical artifacts, debris certain of its own uncertainty under the stainless -steel moon: the whole scene soiled with reference, so many garishly painted gods sewn back into the thigh after the ash of see me for what I am. Wake up and call it arsenic, benzene, lead, dioxin, and mercury, or various banned pesticides. No rain in months, a necklace of smoke strangles the neighborhood from someone's still-smouldering trash fire (defying the no-burn order), the smell of money smothers commodity gardens and yards. Faith clings like sweat, fine sheen of airborne dust and pollen, lies to the skin and won't let it be clean. History is what's left behind, decide in favor of the hidden costs (whatever's waiting half-outside, what is that stain?), and crawl back toward sleep again." "Approximately Nothing" "Any unanswerable problem is a god, some sky from which winter falls and the rains of no significance, another plush and vagrant error overflowing local sewers. (He was the weight of the world, the grace of fact frosting the windowpanes, this pain disguised as rain. My never-friend and guide to coldscapes seen through glass, sharp-edged but also blurred, too eager to be compromised, mythologized: he was that too, and saved me just enough.) The accidental ghosts break through bare branches like late winter light, and then retreat, the penitentiary sky shuts down again. And Shakespeare is a backyard sparrow foraging crumbs, the frayed and faded cardinals chase it away. They are a little policy of secrecy and domain, pugnacious reign. If it were human, it would know me, call me by my name."
1 day, 15 hours ago
diabolical dr voodoo added 1 item to Lidos em 2017 list
Batman: Earth One Vol. 2

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mika_ added 1 item to Read in 2017 list
Embryos & Idiots
Excerpt from "Satan at Length" "I dream of the seaside, of the lone ravine of my own dead yawn, like a room with nobody else, and I know why I'm last in line, after the cattle. I'm firm as the plunger the plumber pumps to unclog our kingdom of memory's crud. I come in handy, without meaning much, like a happily-ever-after, or a belch of trust."
2 days, 22 hours ago
diabolical dr voodoo added 1 item to Lidos em 2017 list
Batman: Earth One

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“Good German book for the identification of Grassland grasses. Mostly directed towards farmers, but also useful for other people, e.g. in ecology, wild”

4 days, 8 hours ago
Kainuun mailta

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Kurkkuharja added 1 item to Read in 2017 list
Kainuun mailta
January/tammikuu
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diabolical dr voodoo added 1 item to Lidos em 2017 list
Avengers Prime

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yrjaenae added 149 items to My Bookshelf list
Matka aamun maahan
Sorrettuja ja solvattuja
Taras Bulba
Maailma on jälleen vieraampi
Teorema

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My Bookshelf (149 books items)
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diabolical dr voodoo added 1 item to Lidos em 2017 list
Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?

6 days, 1 hour ago
diabolical dr voodoo added 1 item to Lidos em 2017 list
Swamp Thing, Vol. 8: Spontaneous Generation

6 days, 7 hours ago
mika_ added 1 item to 100 Favorite Sci Fi Books list
Fahrenheit 451

6 days, 19 hours ago
mika_ added 1 item to Read in 2017 list
Fahrenheit 451
"If you hide your ignorance, no one will hit you and you'll never learn." "We need not to be let alone. We need to be really bothered once in a while. How long is it since you were really bothered? About something important, about something real?" "'I don't talk things, sir. I talk the meaning of things.'"
6 days, 19 hours ago
ChocoWhite added 1 item to Books list
The Girl on the Train

6 days, 22 hours ago
Animal Man #34 Requiem for a Bird of Prey

1 week ago

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