forgot/was too lazy to do this last week. i might pull back into more of a biweekly/quasi-weekly thing. ANYway right now i'm about halfway through Consider Phlebas (Iain M. Banks) but I picked up a couple of comic books at the library, actually the next issues of all 4 series that I'd posted about the first time I did one of these posts, Love & Rockets: The New Stories #6 (Jaime & Gilbert Hernandez), Transmetropolitan: The Cure (Warren Ellis & Darick Robertson), Y: The Last Man: Ring of Truth (Brian K. Vaughan & Pia Guerra) and The Goon: My Murderous Childhood (& Other Grievous Yarns) (Eric Powell).
So far I've only read Transmetropolitan (the second last trade paperback) and Love & Rockets (I think the last of the new stories - I might have to track down some of their older work at an actual store) but I'm really looking forward to Y: the Last Man because the series is consistently great. I just want to be able to set aside some time where I can go through the whole book at once.
Question of the week: do you prefer hard copies, e-reader or audiobooks? also, for audiobook fans, what verb do you use for listening to them? would you just say you read something?