NOVEL and TRADE PAPERBACK (TPB) REVIEWS
by The Masked Bookwyrm
(a.k.a. D.K. Latta)
I first started work on this site over a decade ago
-- and haven't really over-hauled the look/design much in all that time.
And it kind of showed, and was getting increasingly cluttered and confused.
So instead of one BIG page linking to all the individual reviews, I've
switched over to TOC (Table of Contents) for each letter, to make for smaller,
easier to glance-over lists. I've also decided to link my mini-series reviews
in with my TPB/gn reviews, partly because a lot of these mini-series are
ending up as TPB collections anyway!
Here's a little plug for Masked Mosaic: Canadian Super Stories a prose anthology of super hero stories in which yours truly has a story. Available from various on-line bookstores (as well as publisher Tyche Books) and it's received a lot of good reviews (you can google it, or check out the Good Reads reviews). The writers received a flat fee, so I don't get anything from sales -- other than the warm satisfaction of knowing people read it and (hopefully) enjoyed it.
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Other Things of Interest:
They Ain't Trade Paperbacks...but
They Should Be
(Some Great Comic Book Storylines
that Should be Collected in TPBs + Some of the "Geatest" single-issue
Fonts of Wisdom in ---
Comic Book Quotables
About Comics Reviews
|Welcome to my reviews of various
graphic novels and trade paperback collections. Included with each review
are page count, listing of issues reprinted (in cases of collections),
creator credits, publication date, and usually a cover scan. The reviews
are intended to be, hopefully, interesting, maybe even provocative, but
giving away too much of the story (ie: spoilers) that can make them useless
to someone interested in an opinion prior to buying a book. As for myself,
I'm a writer of sorts, having had various short stories published, as well
as reviews of comics, books, and movies. Yup, I've actually been paid for
my opinions! Go figure.
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