It is worth reading, DM. Interesting in it's detail on the era that saw the rise of the comics [Superman etc] and the [slightly less but still] successful creators that rode that rise to popularity, well that's what I took from it anyway, but it's not the kind of book I'd read twice - which IM is, I've already read it twice because I did an essay on it but I'd willingly read it again just to join in the discussion - but K&C worth a look, definitely.
It is quite alright, and I can understand your frustration. Though I will probably read Kalvier and Clay, becasue it sounds like it could be interesting, it would not be first among my choice.
Sorry Dark Muse I didn't make it as a personal comment, you know I've always respected your opinions, or I hope you do.
I guess it's just frustration, I've read Kavalier and Clay and while it's a reasonable book it's not even in the same league as Invisible Man, yet K&C gets 5 votes IM gets none. There's no justice lol.