Wednesday, February 6, 2019

My Weekly Pull [56] & Can't Wait Wednesday [26]

 
My Weekly Pull is something I do every Wednesday to show which comics I had pulled for me that week! If you're into comics, or you're looking to start, please join me! If you decide to do your own post, there's a link-up at the bottom. I would love to stop by and check it out!

Nothing for me this week!

Jacob's comics for the week!
Daredevil #1 by Chip Zdarsky, Marco Checchetto, Skottie Young
Deadpool #9 by Skottie Young, Nic Klein

I really love both of these covers! There were zero comics for me this week, so I decided to share the covers for Jacob's pulls instead. Normally, he has twice as many as I do, but he only had two this week.

I know Jacob's really excited about the new Daredevil run! It's been ages since someone new wrote Matt Murdock's story. We've both enjoyed Chip Zdarsky's work in the past, which is why I'm tempted to read it as well. We'll see! That's why I add Jacob's pull to this list -- there's always a chance I'll pick them up in the future.

Can't Wait Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Tressa at Wishful Endings, that highlights upcoming releases that we're anticipating and excited to read. It's a spinoff of the feature Waiting on Wednesday that was hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine.

How It Feels to Float by Helena Fox
Expected publication: May 7th 2019
Synopsis (via Goodreads): Biz knows how to float. She has her people, her posse, her mom and the twins. She has Grace. And she has her dad, who tells her about the little kid she was, who loves her so hard, and who shouldn't be here but is. So Biz doesn't tell anyone anything. Not about her dark, runaway thoughts, not about kissing Grace or noticing Jasper, the new boy. And she doesn't tell anyone about her dad. Because her dad died when she was six. And Biz knows how to float, right there on the surface--normal okay regular fine.

But after what happens on the beach--first in the ocean, and then in the sand--the tethers that hold Biz steady come undone. Dad disappears, and with him, all comfort. It might be easier, better, sweeter to float all the way away? Or maybe stay a little longer, find her father, bring him back to her. Or maybe--maybe maybe maybe--there's a third way Biz just can't see yet.

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13 comments:

  1. Wow, How It Feels to Float sounds like it could be a truly interesting/emotional read. It makes me curious about what's really going on with Biz!

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    1. The synopsis is sooo intriguing! I have absolutely no idea what to expect, and I love it. <3

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  2. I was looking at this book too, but not sure about it, though I am intrigued.

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    1. I like that the blurb tells you a lot about the character, but not too much. We're told about the character, but we only know a few specifics. I already have so many questions!

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  3. I have a family member who LOVES Deadpool, so I got him a Deadpool wonzie!

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    1. Hah! I love stumbling across Deadpool stuff and surprising my husband. Once, we were driving down the highway, and there was a Deadpool taco truck!

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  4. Both of those covers are great. I liked the Daredevil movie when it came out.

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    1. Which Daredevil movie? The one with Ben Affleck? (Did I spell his name right? Haha!) I really like the series that's on Netflix. The guy plays Matt Murdock so well! :)

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  5. I'll be watching out for your review of How It Feels to Float. 👍✨

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    1. You might be watching for awhile! Haha! These are just books I'm waiting on, and not necessarily books that I have. It's one I would like to read at some point in the future, because it has an interesting premise. :)

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