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Speaking of graphic novel, I'm reading an adaptation of Beowulf by Gareth Hinds. Everybody knows about what this is about. I'd rather talk about how Gareth's drawing quality is so random. His style is versatile, and there is nothing wrong with that, but at times you really wonder what you are looking at. Some vignettes don't make any sense no matter how long your stare at them. That's too bad. Overall, decent read.
Hijo del Hielo (Panteón de los inmortales #1) by Gabriel Kuntze
Now reading The Omen Machine by Terry Goodkind (sequel to the Sword of Truth series).
Mr. Men series
by Roger Hargreaves
Just finished Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files vol. 3. The volume that introduces Judge Death and Psi Judge Anderson. Back when Dredd was a pretty funny, satirical series in which just about anything could happen. Other stories in this book feature mutant hicks, talking animals, robots that talk like Elmer Fudd, carnivorous alien plants, a were-dinosaur, society going crazy because a man invented a candy so tasty that it was more addictive than drugs, etc.
I've recently finished First Blood by David Morrell. Yes, the very First Blood that Rambo movie is based on. It's simply amazing how Hollywood can completely turn the idea on its head, as in the book Rambo isn't a good guy at all.
I've been reading very little in the last few years. Some six months or more ago, I was trying to read through Mistborn, more recently the first Record of Lodoss War - The Gray Witch, but I still couldn't get myself to finish them.

Very recently, though, I read through the comic adaption of The Hour of the Dragon, the only Conan romance Robert E. Howard wrote. Though cliché, even by Conan standards, the original story is quite good. The plot points and follow up stories by the comic authors, though, are not that great.

This week I started reading The City and The City by China Miéville... and I'm enjoying it very much. If I manage to keep up, I'll possibly finish it next week or the next one. :) Too bad I couldn't find the series to watch anywhere in the middle of the various streaming services I have access to.
"Camelot 3000" by Barr/Bolland
The Dark Forest (Remembrance of Earth's Past #2) by Liu Cixin
Now reading Paula by Isabel Allende.
I just finished The Nosferatu Conspiracy: Book One, The Sleepwalker.
I'm back onto my Horus Heresy (Warhammer 40K) kick, after taking a break, and well into Book 33 "War Without End", which is a collection of short stories. Not one of my favorites of the HH series so far, since as is often the case, many of the stories are somewhat "meh", and the ones I am really enjoying come to an end too soon. On an up note, I do enjoy the stories that fill in tales, or side stories, that have been left hanging sometimes during the regular previous novels.
Some pulp things: the Solomon Kane collection, a collection called Renegade Swords by DMR Books, and some Arthur Machen horror stories. Also reading Gods of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
The Crusades, a book from Turning Points in World History series. I have never read anything about the Crusades, so this short book (200 pages) is perfect for a brief education on the subject.
Just started reading NG Evangelion by Y. Sadamoto and Varanech, Doncella de los Demonios by G. Kuntze