Marvel-a-thon Readathon Sign Up Post

Posted May 31, 2018 by Tina in Readathons / 0 Comments

Marvel-a-thon is hosted by Jamieson @Jami Shelves. The readathon begins June 1, 2018 and ends on July 1, 2018. (Special thank you to Aria from Dear Darling Reader for the graphic.)

The Rules

  • The aim of this challenge is to read as many books as you can, and to finish the challenge you reach the final movie in the MCU phase three (Avengers 4)
  • You can read books in any order WITHIN phases, but need to complete the phase to move onto the next one.
  • We’ve all skipped watching a Marvel movie here and there, which means you’re allowed two skips per phase, and skips can be rolled over into the next phase if they’re not used. So in total you have 6 skips to play with.
  • You can’t use one book for multiple challenges one book per category must be read.
    Books can be ANYTHING and any length. Audiobooks, ebooks, graphic novels, comics, fanfics and anything else you can think of.

Phase 1 TBR

Iron Man: Iron Man started the MCU timeline – Read the first book in a series.

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Hulk: Bruce Banner is famous for his green alter-ego. Read a book with a green cover

Playing It Safe by Lisa B. Kamps

Iron Man 2: Iron Man 2 is one of Marvel’s most unpopular movies. Read a book that’s unpopular

Zach by Jane S. White

Thor: The Thor movies are based on Norse Mythology. Read a book that involved myth or mythology.

Wonder Woman by Brian Azzarello

The Avengers: The Avengers is the first time we see the MCU heroes together. Read a book with multiple perspectives

Speak Easy, Speak Love by McKelle George

(I’m using one of my skips for Captain America)

Phase 2 TBR

Iron Man 3: Tony Stark has to make some hard decisions in this movie. Read a book that will challenge you

Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur

Dark World: In The Dark World, Thor has to team up with Loki to win. Read a book that involves siblings.

A Dash Of Trouble (Love, Sugar, Magic#1) by Anna Meriano

Winter Soldier: In The Winter Soldier a character returns as a villain. Read a book where the main character is a villain or anti-hero

Vicious by V.E. Schwab

Guardians of the Galaxy: Guardians of the Galaxy is well known for it’s soundtrack. Read a book set in, written in, or involving the 80’s

Summer of Yesterday by Gabby Triana

Age of Ultron: The villain of Age Of Ultron is a robot created by Tony Stark. Read a book involving an AI in some way

Illumine by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff

Ant-Man: In Ant-Man, Scott involuntarily gets caught up in a heist. Read a book involving a heist or thieves.

Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo

Phase 3 TBR

Civil War: The Avengers split into two teams after disagreements. Read a book about a rivalry or enemies

From Lukov With Love by Mariana Zapata

Doctor Strange: Stephen Strange was a doctor beforehe was a hero. Read a book that involves medicine in some way

The Soul Mate by Kendall Ryan

GOTG: Volume 2: Volume Two shows even more epic space battles. Read a book set in or involving space

Gemina by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff

Spider-Man: Peter Parker has to hide his superhero identity at school. Read a YA book involving secrets in some way

The Whole Thing Together by Ann Brashares

Thor: Ragnarok: Thor: Ragnarok is one of Marvel’s most popular movies. Read a popular book

Ace Of Shades by Amanda Foody

Infinity War: “the most ambitious crossover event in history”. Read a book that fulfils multiple challenges

(This is one I’m going to wait until I get to phase to figure out what I’m going to read.)

Black Panther: Black Panther features Marvel’s first black superhero. Read an ownvoices book with a black main character

A Princess In Theory by Alyssa Cole

Captain Marvel: This movie will feature Marvel’s first female hero as the main character. Read a book with a female mc

Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Cordova

The Avengers 4: Details of this movie including it’s title are still a secret. Read a book you don’t know anything about

(This is one I’m going to wait until I get to this phase to figure out what I’m going to read.)

Some of these picks will work out for some of my reading challenges for the year. Some of these have also been on my TBR forever and I really hope I can get to them for this challenge. I’ll be keeping track in my bullet journal and I’ll be sharing my updates on instagram and my weekly recaps.

My Bullet Journal Spread

Will you participating in Marvel-a-thon? If, so what are you going to be reading?

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