This is Alison Bechdel's review in the NYT of Jane Vandenburgh's A Pocket History of Sex in the Twentieth Century:
You can see a larger version here.
Why shouldn't there be more of this kind of thing? I can imagine that there would be many books — not all, not most, but many — that would be very well served by graphic reviews. (Along these lines, see my review of the graphic version of The 9/11 Report.)
UPDATE: Thanks to commenter Mark, here's Ward Sutton's review of Roth's latest. It's a lot less substantive and useful than Bechdel's work: there are only a handful of words, and the images add no information. Bechdel's words and images work together much better and provide a denser and more meaningful experience for the reader.