It’s another Saturday, and that means it’s time for Weekend Reading 34! It’s hard to believe we’ve been running this Shut In Theater feature for thirty-four weeks now… and harder still to believe that the number of new COVID-19 cases reported in the United States are reaching new peaks nearly every single day.

Clearly, wearing masks is a necessity, and if it’s possible, staying inside is the best decision you could make – which is why we’ll be spending our thirty-fourth consecutive weekend reading inside Stately Beat Manor. What will you be reading as you stay safe this November weekend? Please let us know in the comment section!

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Weekend Reading 34: I Feel Sick

AVERY KAPLAN: This weekend, I’ll be reading I Feel Sick by Jhonen Vasquez (and “infused with unholy color” by Riki Simons). Then, I’m going to be revisiting some short prose stories thanks to Joe Hill’s 20th Century Ghosts.

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Weekend Reading 34: Maids

PHILIPPE LEBLANC: What a year this has been. I’ll be catching up with some new releases, including Maids by the always excellent Katie Skelly and What We Don’t Talk About by Charlot Kristensen. I’ll also be reading some comics with my son, he’s old enough now that he can follow along. Scooby-Doo Team-Up is one I picked up for him. He likes mysteries, dogs, and Batman, how can I go wrong?

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Weekend Reading 34: 52

TAIMUR DAR: Back when I got back into comics the weekly series 52 was coming out from DC Comics and a huge deal to a lot of my friends. I wasn’t as familiar with the intricacies of the DC Universe as I am now, but still enjoyed seeing the gaps filled in for the “One Year Later” storyline. Since it’s available on the DC Universe, I figure I can actually read the entire series now.