The Problem with Editorial Cartooning Today

This 1988 panel about the viability of satire in editorial cartooning features Jules Feiffer, Chuck Freund, Brad Holland, David Levine, and Peter Steiner. They question what’s left to satirize in a culture that satirizes itself, and ponder if humor helps or hurts the political aims of editorial cartoonists. Continue reading

Hold Me! ©1960 Jules Feiffer

The Jules Feiffer Interview

The most comprehensive interview with cartoonist, playwright, screenwriter and novelist Jules Feiffer from TCJ 124, 1988. Continue reading


The Comics Journal no. 120, March 1988

Special section on the Disney Strike, including an interview with Mickey Mouse comic strip cartoonist Floyd Gottfredson; Part Two of Alan Moore’s essay on writing; and more. Continue reading

Issue 119

The Comics Journal No. 119, January 1988

Featuring Gary Groth on Will Eisner; an interview with dick Giordano; Jules Feiffer, David Levine, Brad Holland, and Charles Freund on contemporary editorial cartooning. Continue reading

Issue 121

The Comics Journal No. 121, April 1988

Featuring Gary Groth on Bud Plant; an interview with Robert Crumb; Alan Moore on writing. Continue reading

Issue 122

The Comics Journal No. 122, June 1988

Featuring interviews with John Weston, John Wagner and Alan Grant, Mike McMahon, and Kevin O’Neil. Continue reading

Issue 123

The Comics Journal No. 123, July 1988

Featuring an interview with Kim Deitch; Harvey Pekar on Comics; the Willliam Messner-Leobs sketchbook. Continue reading

Issue 124

The Comics Journal No. 124, August 1988

Featuring an interview with Jules Feiffer; a review of Howard Chaykin; an essay by Berke Breathed; pages from Bill Griffith’s sketchbook. Continue reading

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