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2015 31 Days of Comics - Comic That You Love That You'll Never Read Again

Our pal Seth Hahne, of GoodOKBad fame, came up with this 31 Days of Comics challenge, one of those things where each day of the month you're given a different category that you then make a choice of a comic to fill that category. We did it last year and I figured it would be a fun bit to do again, so here we are! Click here to see each of the categories so far!

We continue with Day 14, which is a Comic That You Love That You'll Never Read Again

Read on for my pick and then you can share yours!

As I explained last year, this is more difficult for me than most, as I end up reading books for reasons tying into the blog. Heck, for instance, I'm doing a bit right now where comic creators that I like recommend a comic book and I spotlight it. So what if a creator picks a book I wasn't planning on re-reading? I'll have to re-read it. So it is difficult for me to pick out something that I actively enjoyed that I don't think I'll come across again in the future.

Last year I went with David Small's dark memoir, Stitches. I have not re-read it since I picked it last year, so that's something, I guess! Although, oddly enough, talking about it again now sort of makes me want to read it again.

Hmmmmmmm.....let's go with Jonathan Hennessey and Aaron McConnell's excellent "The Gettysburg Address: A Graphic Adaptation." It's a really good examination of the history of the writing of the Gettysburg Address. It's well-drawn, well-researched and well-written. However, I guess it is SO thorough that I don't see myself needing to re-visit it any time soon.

And of course, as I write this, I wonder, "Hmmm...maybe I should re-read that." ;)

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