2022 in Review

Best novel I read—A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess

Best short story I read—What We Can Know About Thunderman by Alan Moore

Best book-length comic I read—tie between Ducks by Kate Beaton and One Beautiful Spring Day by Jim Woodring. Both were so beautiful.

Best manga I read—Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind by Hayao Miyazaki

Best work of nonfiction I read—Pulp Empire by Paul S. Hirsch

Best ongoing series I followed—Love and Rockets by Los Bros Hernandez

Best single issue I read—Miracleman: The Silver Age no. 3 by Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham

Best movie I saw—Confess, Fletch!

Best TV show I watched—Andor

Best album I listened to—Hadestown by Anaïs Mitchell

Best video game I played—Elden Ring

Best book I read to my kid—The BFG by Roald Dahl

2022 was awful. I’m glad I had my wife and son to sustain me through it, I’m grateful my work is going well, I’m glad I had the various medical procedures I needed, and I’m glad my family members who need support are getting it, though I wish they were getting more. I’m glad to be starting a new year.

Author: samthielman

Sam Thielman is a reporter and critic based in Brooklyn, New York. His blog is samthielman.com, his twitter handle is @samthielman, and if you can't find him you should check The Strand.

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