Wrap Up│December 2016

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Things you learn when you take pictures of your Funko Pops when you usually don’t take them out of the box: some of them can’t stand on their own (see how one of Robin’s feet doesn’t touch the ground?).

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The Adventures of Robin Hood by Roger Lancelyn Green
Cosmik Roger Tome 1
by Julien/CDM
The Long Tomorrow by Moebius
The Once and Future King by T.H. White
Le Sommeil du Monstre (Le Sommeil du Monstre #1) by Enki Bilal
That Hiddeous Strength (Space Trilogy #3) by C.S. Lewis

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Assassin’s Quest (Farseer #3) by Robin Hobb (Xmas present) | The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood (Xmas present) | Shangri-La by Mathieu Bablet | Trees, vol. 1: In Shadow by Warren Ellis, Jason Howard (Xmas present) | The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen by Alan Moore (Xmas present) | Among Others by Jo Walton | City by Clifford D. Simak | Descender, Volume Two: Machine Moon by Jeff Lemire, Dustin Nguyen | The Metabarons #1: Othon by  Alejandro Jodorowsky, Juan Giménez

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Sully | The Hunchback of Notre Dame | What Dreams May Come | Arrival | Cinderella | Inner Workings (short) | Moana | Get A Job | The Night Before | Rogue One: A Star Wars Story | Kev Gad – Tout est possible | Mickey’s Christmas Carol | Asterix in Britain | Asterix and Cleopatra

italic: rewatched // bold: seen in a movie theatre // link: my review on Letterboxd

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banner recap

3 books/novels, 3 comic book trades, 14 movies.

December was a busy month for me, so even though I managed to finish two of the big omnibuses I had on my shelf, I didn’t read all that much. I’ve been reading The Name of the Wind for the entire month, and yet managed to get only halfway through. But you know, sometimes the need for sleep takes over ^^’.

I hope all of you had a nice end-of-the-year season, and may 2017 bring you awesome books.

2 thoughts on “Wrap Up│December 2016

  1. Aaaah I feel like I’m being featured a lot in this picture ahah I like it! 😉

    You did read a lot of pages for December ! Hope January will fulfill your reading wishes!

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