It's been another slow couple of weeks - life keeps getting in the way of reading. I've really got to get my priorities in order:
Castle Waiting - I can blame this book for the shortness of my list. It's 450 odd pages and not decompressed. This book was quite a good series of stories set in a fairytale world. The art was appealing (and certainly better than the art Linda Medly did in Giffen's JLA), and the story was quite witty, but it never seemed to quite go anywhere. I think the problem for me was that Medly spent too much of the book giving flashback's of the characters' lives and not enough on the current ongoing stories. When the book ended it just sort of stopped without any kind of an ending.
Exterminators v1: Bug Brothers - This was enjoyable and had good art. I'm definitely on board for future TPBs
Full Moon Fever - Joe Casey doing werewolves on the moon. It's pretty much what it is, competently done but with nothing to make it stand out from other similar books.
Buzzboy: Trouble in Paradise - This was a good bit of snappy superhero fun set in a world where the world's premier, and only surviving (or is he....) superhero has declared martial law and taken over the world. I enjoyed it.
The Supernaturalists - a good twenties vampire/crime story. The story kept me interested til the end and the black and white art had a very nice European feel to it which I couldn't place until I read Steven Grant's blurb on the back which compared it with Hugo Pratt. That one's spot on.