Garth Ennis: Garth Ennis' Chronicles of Wormwood
I seem to be on a bit of an Ennis binge lately after starting with The Boys, but this is actually just as good.
Bill Willingham: Fables: Legends in Exile (Vertigo)
How would snow white cope in the real world? And what would the wolf be like? Answers in here. I'm a bit too late to discover this and am having a hard time finding the second bundle, if anyone can help me out let me know.
Garth Ennis: The Boys: The Name of the Game v. 1
Garth Ennis produces another corker, an government funded anti superhero team saves the day. And this time they're the good guys...
R Gold: The Plenitude Creativity, Innovation and Making Stuff: Creativity, Innovation, and Making Stuff (Simplicity: Design, Technology, Business, Life): Creativity, ... Design, Technology, Business, Life)
Rich Gold was probably one of the most unique creative thinkers around, a truly multidisciplinary genius and probably far too modest. A must read for everyone involved in ideas, the form really doesn't matter.
Garr Reynolds: Presentation Zen: Simple Ideas on Presentation Design and Delivery (Voices That Matter)
Almost as good as the site. And the intro is pretty good when you're trying to convince people to stop using PPT as a bullet point generator.
Francis Preve: The Remixer's Bible: Build Better Beats
Fancy me building better beats ;-) This is quite good actually, I'd be better of polishing up on some of the basics but this has got some really cool tips and tweaks.
Crispin Porter: Hoopla
Probably one of the hottest shops around, so I was kind of curious. An intense experience for a book...
Mike Carey: Hellblazer: Gift
I've picked up on the series again, and it remains quite good.
Ernie Schenck: The Houdini Solution
Learn to think inside the box...
J. K. Rowling: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
It's over, and it was a great ride... fantastic stuff;