Bottom two, K-Punk and State Machines, are from the early November London trip. K-Punk is one of those books which you’ll read and re-read dozens of times over the years.
Rest came in yesterday. I was only planning to buy Teknopolis, because it seemed interesting but ended up ordering five books. I’m also excited to read Colson Whitehead‘s novels. I’m always a bit cautious about reading translation novels but the publisher is a trusted one.
When I read Alan Moore is retiring from comics, first thing that popped into my mind was his experimental magazine Dodgem Logic. I accidentally found the first issue at a comic book store in İstanbul and bought every issue when it’s arrived.
I’m obsessed with magazines and I think Dodgem Logic is one of the main reasons of this, other being the recommendations Warren Ellis shared online through the years. I think magazines has a special potential for creativity. To me, magazines feel like an autonomous zone for the creator which they can do whatever they want. And Dodgem Logic is a great example of it.
Not sure if you can find the issues of it (I checked Amazon and someone was selling the first issue for $223 and another selling #8 for $465 😱) but if you can (within a reasonable price range), grab it without thinking.
Since Moore won’t be doing comics anymore, maybe he’ll restart Dodgem Logic?