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Author Archives: Bill Sherman

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.

Comic Book Review: Doomsday.1 by John Byrne

The writer/artist hearkens back to one of his earliest pro works with a new Apocalyptic s-f comic. Read More »

Comic Strip Collection Review: Flash Gordon: On the Planet Mongo by Don Moore and Alex Raymond

A handsome new collection of this classic strip. Read More »

Book Review: Seduction of the Innocent by Max Allan Collins

An engaging period detective novel set during the fifties comics scare. Read More »

Book Review: American Comic Book Chronicles: 1960–1964 by John Wells

The first book in a new series chronicling the history of American comics tackles a fertile time in the industry. Read More »

Book Review: The Aylesford Skull by James P. Blaylock

“Steampunk legend” Blaylock returns with a new fantastic Victorian escapade. Read More »

Book Review: Faster Than a Speeding Bullet: The Rise of the Graphic Novel by Stephen Weiner

A brief overview of the modern North American graphic novel provides a decent intro for the uninitiated. Read More »

Book Review: Endtown, Volumes One and Two by Aaron Neathery

A funny animal sci-fantasy strip deservedly receives its first print editions. Read More »

Book Review: Death of a Citizen by Donald Hamilton

A gritty sixties spy series gets resurrected by the pulp aficionados at Titan Books. Read More »

Book Review: Fairyproof by Constance Phillips

A modern fantasy romance between a fugitive fairy femme and a handsome young man seemingly impervious to her charms. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Abelard by Dillies and Hautière

A French animal graphic novel road trip about innocence lost and the immigrant dream of America. Read More »