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Review: Bluesman Complete

User Review  - Jeff - Goodreads

This one was an odd mix of interesting art and story, but the limits of each kept me from thoroughly enjoying it--I would have enjoyed it more if we had either gotten more back story on Lem (his ... Read full review

Review: Bluesman Complete

User Review  - Karen - Goodreads

Striking visuals, and the backbone of an excellent story; despite several moments with real emotional punch, it depends too much on a reader's familiarity with tropes of the bad old Jim Crow days ... Read full review

Review: Bluesman: Book 1 (Bluesman)

User Review  - Tom - Goodreads

Follows 2 traveling musicians just living off the kindness of people who enjoy their music. Paints a good picture of the typical musician life back in the day. Read full review

Review: Bluesman: Book 1 (Bluesman)

User Review  - Qiana - Goodreads

An unexpected and nicely designed tale of a traveling bluesman in the South during segregation. I wish the characters had a little more dimension, but the artwork is great - like old woodcuts done in black and white. Read full review

Review: Bluesman: Book 3 (Bluesman)

User Review  - Phayvanh - Goodreads

I love the art in this book--black as night an dark as the music that informs its characters. The physical and social landscape of the story are incorporated so well in the art. I haven't read any of ... Read full review


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