Bill Sherman is a Books editor for Blogcritics. With his lovely wife Rebecca Fox, he has recently co-authored a sudsy comic fat acceptance novel entitled Measure By Measure.
A nearly forgotten comic book artist from the forties and fifties gets an overdue appreciation.
A comics presented history of the medium from its inception to the digital age provides an affectionate yet revealing look.
A charming blend of philosophical fantasy and cat lover’s whimsy.
A witty collection of old-fashioned silhouettes showcasing modern pop culture icons.
The fourth volume collecting the chaotic misadventures of the Cute Li’l Dead Girl is as grotesquely amusing as ever.
Eureka Productions’ second set of holiday-themed classic comic adaptations arrives just in time for trick or treating.
A bit of faux history takes us back to late seventies Berlin - when both music and politics were at their most volatile.
The latest in Geary’s Treasury of XXth Century Murder takes on a slightly less well-known unsolved murder.
A violent mature readers yaoi manga pits a handsome shrink against a perversely flirtatious serial killer.
A newly reissued “Graphics Classics” set adds an adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island.