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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.

Comics Review: ‘Simon & Kirby Library: Science-Fiction’ by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby


Most old school fans primarily go to S&K for superhero stuff but these guys produced top-of-the-line work in whatever genre they chose. Read More »

Book Review: ‘God Is Disappointed in You’ by Mark Russell, Illustrated by Shannon Wheeler


An attempt at condensing The Bible “stripped of its arcane language and interminable passages” proves irreverently engaging. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Monster on the Hill’ by Rob Harrell


A Victorian monster with confidence issues gets to prove his mettle in this appealing all-ages graphic novel. Read More »

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 »