If you are looking for ways to fill your lazy summer days, here are some of my favorite books and a few on my own summer reading list! This is a romantic comedy which follows a socially awkward man who is trying to find love through a scientific study of his creation.
While the same themes that dominate comic stories (family, justice, redemption) certainly appear in other books, films and shows, the clarity with which they’re presented in the comic book world moves me somewhat uniquely.
Stories like House of Cards, Game of Thrones or Breaking Bad have a beauty of their own, in part because they mirror (in an admittedly dramatic way) the messy moral-existential complexity I often face in my day to day. My father was worn down by the criminal mindset corporate America often infuses its employees with (that a man is worth what he earns) and I will spend my life fighting against that broken narrative. Part of what I get to do as an artist is partner with agencies like Compassion International, the Blood:Water Mission and the International Justice Mission who rescue children from poverty, provide clean water to those living without it and save people from slavery and exploitation. Every single human life is of immense (if not eternal) value simply by nature of being human.
Perhaps in part because I live and work in that world, I find myself uniquely moved the stories written by Geoff Johns, Scott Snyder and Gene Luen Yang. Charlie Schneider runs a YouTube channel called “Emergency Awesome.” It’s probably my favorite internet-thing.
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He encounters all kinds of bumps in his plan and his route to love is less than scientific. There are some great titles on the list and a great way to fill up your Kindle inexpensively! Some may see it as “heavy handed” or “black and white” or “oversimplified,” but the way these stories are written and the way many these characters live and think often rescues me from the paralysis that comes from finding things too complicated. But I don’t find myself inspired by those stories and characters the way I am with… well… Batman, for example. On his channel, Charlie breaks down superhero TV shows, movies and other geek-media (Daredevil, Jessica Jones, etc…), providing character background and history as well as a few industry secrets along the way.
It enables you to tell children two things that you really liked about their work and one thing for 'next steps'. It’s one of those books that you just don’t want it to end because you’ve fallen in love with the characters. And while the subject of death seems dark and heavy, the antics of the school moms will have you laughing and remind you of your own kids’ elementary school dynamics. It tells the story of Rachel who commutes back and forth to London each day and watches a seemingly happy couple whose house she passes each day.
It sounds really interesting and obviously I’m drawn to WWII fiction since I’ve already mentioned 2 others above!
It tells the story of a young Philadelphia socialite who reluctantly follows her husband to a remote town in Scotland in search of the Loch Ness Monster. At its root, the Batman story is somewhat simple: Bruce Wayne’s father is gunned down by a criminal whose motives are tied to the cycle of poverty and violence the plague Gotham City. There’s nothing better than relaxing by the pool with a good book or sitting on the porch on a warm summer night with a page turner.

And by the end of the book you might just start saying, “oh calamity” anytime something goes wrong. She’s agoraphobic, is a disgrace as a private-school mom, feuds with neighbors and attempts to outsource as many of her day-to-day activities to a vitural assistant as possible. There was no foster care at this time so charitable organizations would put children on a train to more rural areas and give them to anyone who wanted a child. It’s set in the South in the early 1830s and tells the story of two women who form an unlikely friendship and try to free themselves. As Batman, Bruce has committed himself to fighting that criminal element, down to its roots. It’s about a blind French girl and a orphaned German boy whose paths collide in occupied France. As you can image, many of the children ended up in unfortunate situations but many children, like Vivian persevered.
Sarah, a white girl, trying to escape the bonds of patriarchy and Handful, a slave girl, trying to escape the bonds of slavery. But also because life is complicated and the lines between right and wrongor good and evil (not to mention between good and best), seem to always be blurred. The chapters alternate between the two characters which gives the book such a wonderful perspective.

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