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I'm a well read grad student who's bluntly honest about all things, although I try to be most honest about myself.   

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Separate Orbits
Yael Mermelstein
Progress: 119/427pages
BATMAN #53 ((Regular Cover)) - DC Comics - 2018 - 1st Printing
LeeWeeksBatman53, TomKingBatman53
BATMAN #54 ((Regular Cover)) - DC Comics - 2018 - 1st Printing
MattWagnerBatman54, TomKingBatman54
BATMAN #52 ((DC REBIRTH)) ((Regular Cover)) - DC Comics - 2018 - 1st Printing
LeeWeeksBatman52, TomKingBatman52
BATMAN #51 ((DC REBIRTH)) ((Regular Cover)) - DC Comics - 2018 - 1st Printing
LeeWeeksBatman51, TomKingBatman51
Infinity Wars: Iron Hammer (2018) #1 (of 2)
Al Ewing, Humberto Ramos
Champions (2019-) #4
Jim Zub, Jacinto Benavente
SUICIDE SQUAD #46 ((Regular Cover)) - DC Comics - 2018 - 1st Printing
JosLuisSS46, RobWilliamsSS46
SUICIDE SQUAD #45 ((SINK ATLANTIS)) ((DC REBIRTH )) ((Regular Cover)) - DC Comics - 2018 - 1st Printing
JosLuisSuicideSquad45, RobWilliamsSuicideSquad45
Champions (2019-) #3
Jim Zub, Jacinto Benavente

One of the better art books

The Art of the Darkness! - Various

First of all, the art is spectacular, which is huge; without good art, anything else will not save an art book.   I find some art books have spectacular art, without good organization or too much text.   I prefer an art book to let the art speak for itself, at least to a good degree, and a book about art is the place to talk about the artists and context of the art more.

 

This book had really good organization, although not, by any means, the one way to organize it.   They collected prominent artists and built collections showcasing their art, then had brief interviews with each artist, including asking what their favorite piece of Darkness art was.   (A clever way to add in more art, as they featured the piece the artist brought up.)   I also found the questions and answers to be brief enough and interesting enough that it didn't take away from the spotlight on the art, so I found the text less annoying than I do in many art books.