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Bill Sherman is a Books editor for Blogcritics. With his lovely wife Rebecca Fox, he has co-authored a light-hearted fat acceptance romance entitled Measure By Measure.

Book Review: ‘The Galaxy Club,’ A Novel by Brendan Connell


For those who like their noir mixed with beat poeticism and mysticism. Read More »

Short Novel Review: ‘Gravitas: Valkyrie in the Forbidden Zone’ by Lynne Murray


A fun read for those who love a good stranger in a strange land yarn. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Dungeon: Twilight, Volume Four, The End of Dungeon’ by Joann Sfar, Lewis Trondheim, Alfred and Mazan

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The final entry in the multi-volume French GN comic fantasy series should prove satisfying for its fans, if perplexing to newcomers.. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Spring Tide,’ A Swedish Crime Thriller by Cilla & Rolf Borjlind


A smart and twisty Swedish police procedural introduces us to a fresh detecting duo. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Wonder Woman: The Complete Newspaper Strip, 1944-1945’ by William Marston and H.G. Peter

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The Amazon princess’ short-run as a newspaper strip heroine gets a sharp hardcover collection. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Brainquake,’ The Last Pulp Crime Novel by Filmmaker Samuel Fuller


The late expatriate American moviemaker’s last pulp novel gets its long-deserved English language publication. Read More »

Comics Collection Review: ‘The Worst of Eerie Publications,’ A Horror Comics Anthology Edited by Mike Howlett


The notoriously cheesy sixties era horror mags get anthologized for a new audience. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Phantoms of the Louvre’ by Enki Bilal


A specter (or two or three or more) is haunting the Louvre. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Initiates’ by Etienne Davodeau


A striking graphic non-fiction in which “A Comic Artist and a Wine Artisan Exchange Jobs.” Read More »

Book Review: ‘Borderline’ by Lawrence Block


The mystery master has another of his early pulp works resurrected. Read More »