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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 Simon & Kirby Library: Horror!’ by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby


The latest entry in the S&K Library collects the duo’s vintage horror comic book work. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Graphic Classics: H.G. Wells,’ Edited by Tom Pomplun


A reissued version of Tom Pomplun's classic comics set offers two fresh adaptations of classic Wells works. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Madison Square Tragedy’ by Rick Geary


Geary’s latest “Treasury of XXth Century Murder” looks at a notorious slaying in turn-of-the-century New York. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘A Matter of Life’ by Jeffrey Brown


Subtitled “An Autobiographical Meditation on Fatherhood and Faith,” Brown’s GN proves both sweet and challenging. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Wrong Quarry’ by Max Allan Collins


The newest entry in Collins' hit man series takes our hard-boiled narrator back to the early eighties. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Snow Piercer: The Escape’ by Jacques Lob and Jean-Marc Rochette


A grim dystopian French graphic novel receives its long-overdue English translation. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Betty Blues’ by Renaud Dillies

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A European animal comic looks at lost love, regrets and jazz. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Badge’ by Art Edwards


Third entry in a proposed 10 book series of rock ‘n’ roll novels looks at sex and drugs and you know what else. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Survive! Inside the Human Body,’ Volume One by Seok-young Song and Hyun-Don Han


A Korean comic takes us on a Fantastic Voyage inside the human body. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘March’ Book One by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell


The U.S. congressman and civil rights activist recalls the early days of the movement through a striking graphic novel. Read More »