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A bunch of books have covers now, but I haven’t been keeping track – so no list. Just know that more covers are in.

I also moved Flash: Born to Run. The stories are about Wally West as Kid Flash, but they’re all told from a perspective of the character later in life looking back. There’s no perfect spot for it, since the back stories in the volume are from a few years later (and contain cameos from characters important later on) but the main story is best read WAY after events in Barry Allen and Wally West‘s lives. I’ll go into more detail soon.

Main reason for this post is that I changed some style code and the reading lists now display book titles in a bold, black, san-serif font. I’m not sure this is the way to go, but I felt the titles of the list entries deserved some sort of differentiation from all the other info that’s now coming in.

It looks a lot better on the lists where every book has a title (though those are still rare.)

Let me know what you think!

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  1. avatar Simon wrote on at January 29, 2011 7:54 am:

    The bold titles look bit new and strange at first glance but they make it much better to flick through, much more focus drawn to the titles.

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  2. avatar Chris D. wrote on at January 29, 2011 11:23 am:

    Great job! Now so much easier to pick out the titles quickly instead of stopping for a half second to figure out if it’s a title or something else. The site is here for the trades so it’s nice to put even more focus on them.

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