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From Cerebus #300 (March 2004) ©2004 Dave Sim & Gerhard

TCJ #301: Excerpt from “Irredeemable: Dave Sim’s Cerebus”

Tim Kreider tries to separate Dave Sim from his notoriety long enough to figure out if Cerebus is a masterpiece or not. Continue reading

 
John T. McCutcheon's poster for the 1917 Herald vs. Tribune baseball game

The Greatest Baseball Game Ever Played

It seems like a dream, but one cold day in 1917 some of the world’s greatest cartoonists squared off on a baseball field. Continue reading

 
The Invisibles and Hauntology

Hauntology and the Invisibles 3: The Mirror We Made to See Ourselves In

Amy Poodle concludes this three-part meditation. Continue reading

 
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TCJ #301: Excerpt from Al Jaffee & Michael Kupperman in Conversation

Being a “working artist”; the economics of digital content; the origins of the Mad fold-in. Continue reading

 
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The Co-Conspirator: A Visit with Diana Schutz

The Dark Horse editor reflects on a lifetime of comic book selling, editing, and educating. Continue reading

 
Joe Sacco

TCJ #301: Joe Sacco on Footnotes in Gaza

In this excerpt, Sacco talks about how vital context is to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Continue reading

 
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“Being Alone Is a Nice Thing for Me”: A Leslie Stein Interview

The young cartoonist behind Eye of the Majestic Creature, a comic book about a somewhat eccentric young woman and her alcoholic talking guitar. Continue reading

 
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Preview: Fighting American

A preview of Titan’s new edition of the complete Fighting American by Simon and Kirby. Continue reading