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The Jesse Reklaw Interview

Catching up with the author of Applicant, Slow Wave, and Ten Thousand Things to Do… Continue reading

 
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How Censorship Won: The Final Victory of the Comics Code

Just a few months after the Comics Code met its less than grisly fate, the U.S. Supreme Court cited the anti-comics crusade of the 1950s as an example of misguided censorship. Continue reading

 
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“I Thought It Was Worth Doing, and That Was Enough”: The Walter Simonson Interview

The Thor and Manhunter artist talks about his new Artist’s Editions, Jack Kirby, Mike Mignola, Stephen King, and trying not to draw Peter Weller. Continue reading

 
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Preview: Tank Tankuro

A sneak peek at the groundbreaking 1930s manga. Continue reading

 
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Carroll, Cross-Contour, and the Demi-Fecund Ram: An Interview with Mahendra Singh

Singh’s work stands in proud defiance of the time, embracing surrealism, Renaissance composition, nonsense poetry, Victorian illustration, and the work of Lewis Carroll. Continue reading

 
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The Jillian Tamaki Interview

An interview with the illustrator, cartoonist, and author of Indoor Voice. Continue reading

 
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TCJ #301: Excerpt from the Genesis Interview

Discussed: The approaches various media have taken to the same source material, Crumb’s personal religious beliefs and what it’s like to bring to light some of the less savory Bible stories. Continue reading

 
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The Comics Code in the Phantom Zone

What is in the archives? Has the CMAA actually dissolved? Continue reading