Welcome to the month five roundup. (Please make it stop now!)

This month we had no Thumbs Down titles again. I will have to find a barrel to scrape.

We had four No Thumbs titles. Quite a lot really.

Mercedes – Mike Friedland

CSI: Intern at Your Own Risk – Sekou Hamilton

The Pitt – John Byrne & Mark Gruenwald

Combat Zone: True Tales of GI’s In Iraq – Karl Zinsmeister 

We had twenty-one Thumbs Up titles.

The Walking Dead Volume 1: Days Gone Bye – Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead Volume 2: Miles Behind Us – Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead Volume 3: Safety Behind Bars – Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead Volume 4: The Heart’s Desire – Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead Volume 5: The Best Defence – Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead Volume 6: This Sorrowful Life – Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead Volume 7: The Calm Before – Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead Volume 9: Here We Remain – Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead Volume 10: What We Become – Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead Volume 12: Life Among Them – Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead Volume 13: Too Far Gone – Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead Volume 14: No Way Out – Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead Volume 15: We Find Ourselves – Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead Volume 16: A Larger World – Robert Kirkman

The Hedge Knight – George R. R. Martin

Morning Glories: Volume One – Nick Spencer

Morning Glories: Volume Two – Nick Spencer

Drafted – Mark Powers

Hellgate London – Ian Edginton

Geoffrey the Tube Train and the Fat Comedian – Alexi Sayle

The Last Winter – Larry Fessenden

This month we had six Double Thumbs Up titles, I think that’s a record!

The Walking Dead Volume 8: Made to Suffer – Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead Volume 11: Fear the Hunters – Robert Kirkman

Morning Glories: Volume Three – Nick Spencer

Midnight Nation – J. Michael Straczynski

Nextwave: Agents of H.A.T.E. – Warren Ellis

The Originals – Dave Gibbons

It has been an interesting month with one amazing series and some outstanding stand-alone titles.

My star was The Walking Dead series and probably Morning Glories too. I am desperate for the next volume of that I can tell you. Special mention goes to J. Michael Straczynski’s introduction on Midnight Nation. Profound.

See you next month, and I haven’t found any Olympic titles so if you have any suggestions…

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