TCJ ARCHIVE

The Berni Wrightson Interview

This archival interview is about the roots of Wrightson’s love for the macabre, his colorful accounts of his career in horror comics (including brushes with unscrupulous printers and unpredictable publishers), and the evolution of his style over the years. Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 71, March 1982

Featuring interviews with Mike Friedrich and Roy Thomas; the EC Progressives Part 2. Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 72, May 1982

Featuring an interview of Neal Adams; Kim Thompson on Moebius; Russell B. Nye on Asterix; Richard Marschall on Seuss. Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 73, July 1982

Featuring an interview with Curt Swan; Dwight Decker on Carl Barks; illustrations by Gilbert Hernandez. Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 74, August 1982

Featuring Chris Claremont and Louise Jones on The New Mutants; Carter Scholz on Gil Kane; Peter Sanderson on “X-Appeal.” Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 75, September 1982

Featuring Gil Kane, John Byrne, and Jack Jackson at Dallas; Peter Sanderson “unshells” Peanuts; Kim Thompson reviews the Smurfs. Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 76, October 1982

Featuring John Byrne in Dallas; an interview with Bernie Wrightson; John Adkins Richardson on High and Low art; Bhob Stewart on Philip K. Dick. Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 77, November 1982

Featuring an interview with Max Allan Collins; a panel on censorship in comics; a column by Marilyn Bethke. Continue reading