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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: ‘American Comic Book Chronicles: 1980’s,’ Edited by Keith Dallas


TwoMorrows’ history of the American comics industry tackles a creatively fertile period. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Deadbeat: Makes You Stronger’ by Guy Adams


As the cover blurb tells us, “Sometimes death is only the start of your problems.” Read More »

Music Review: Deni Bonet – ‘It’s All Good’


An NYC fiddler provides a series of amusing pop rock takes on single girl life. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Philosophy: A Discovery in Comics’ by Margreet de Heer


A Dutch cartoonist wittily examines the basics of Western thinking. Read More »

Manga Review: ‘7 Billion Needles’ Volume One by Nobuaki Tadano


A manga variation on a classic s-f novel proves an engaging character-driven entertainment. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Native American Classics,’ Edited by Tom Pomplun, John E. Smelcer and Joseph Bruchac


Stories can be divided into two categories: stories about life in the frontier and fables that have clearly been passed down through the generations. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Joyland’ by Stephen King


King’s latest debuts as a Hard Case Crime trade pulp. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘An Enchantment’ by Christian Durieux


The latest volume in the “Louvre Editions” series of graphic novels proves as engaging as its predecessors. Read More »

Book Review: Web of the City – by Harlan Ellison


The s-f master’s first novel, a pulpish look at Fifties street gang life, gets a reissue through Hard Case Crime. Read More »

Book Review: The Wrecking Crew by Donald Hamilton


The second volume in Donald Hamilton’s long-running paperback spy series, The Wrecking Crew (originally published in 1960) sees its hard-boiled hero Matt Helm out of civilian life for good after the events in Death of a Citizen pushed him back into the world of spycraft. In Crew, our counter agent hero gets sent to northern Sweden on his first mission ... Read More »