I READ SO MANY COMICS IN JULY.
Also some regular books, but MAINLY a lot of comic volumes. Marvel knows what it's doing. It has you reading a story and then bam! The story doesn't make sense! So you have to read another character's story. And then hey, who's that guy in that story? What's his deal? AND YOU KEEP GOING. I am this close to reading Fantastic Four because they seem to have some dealings with the Inhumans and omg what is life now.
By far, my favorite of July was Doctor Strange, which is weird because I REALLY wasn't expecting to like him. But his storyline is compelling. Then Loki: Agent of Asgard was also surprisingly good. "Surprisingly" because I'm not one of those "I like the misunderstood villain dude" people (I like the misunderstood villainESS), and I'm definitely not a Loki stan at all, but again, it's well-written and the story's good. Basically Loki is trying to redeem his past actions by doing tasks for Freya or something.
I just finished volume 2, though, and it's that original Marvel complaint of it needing so much cross-reading. Huge events have happened in between volumes 1 and 2, and I thought I got the other comic I needed to, because it was referenced in a panel (Axis: Revolutions), but now I see that huge events happen between issues of THAT one as well. OMG. Also apparently there are like 50 Thors and at least 4 Lokis and WHY.
I hated Spider-Gwen. Hated it.
Vision was hugely dark, Rick and Morty was predictably great, My Friend Dahmer was good and takes like an hour to read. And I liked all the actual books I read in July.
SOMEONE GET MARVEL ON THE PHONE AND LIMIT THEM TO TWO STORYLINES.