Recent Cinebook reads:
The Last Templar: Volumes 1-4
This was an entertaining read so long as you're at ease with it being a comic version of stories like the Da Vinci Code, with all the strengths and weaknesses that brings. The plus is that it's an entertaining tale that at least attempts to explore the nature of faith and reason, even if it does wousse out at the end. But then again, that is the fundamental weakness of this type of story. The kind of knowledge the plots revolve around would change the world, but it's hard to know how, so the issue gets sidestepped.
So long as you're OK with that, this is a fun read, but don't expect too much from it.
Laureline & Valerian: Volume 16: Hostages of Ultralum
This was a surprisingly good installment. In part, that is due to it featuring Point Central once more, which was only really seen way back in the sixth album, Ambassador of Shadows.
These tales are not meant to be heavy but light entertainment and as that it works well enough.