Today on the site:
Writer Dana Jennings discovers a piece of himself in an old issue of The Comics Journal.
Up popped No. 89 … and the wholly uncanny No. 94. I clicked to Amazon right away, snagged a copy for three bucks — and that’s how the article ghosted into my possession. When I glanced at the cover (Moebius, Crepax, Kojima and more) then read the article, all it did was make my head hurt. It wasn’t until I saw the magazine’s date — October 1984 — that I finally understood.
Reliably, today our man Jog brings you the week in comics.
And, elsewhere around town, it's all about lawsuits and masked men:
The estate of Bob Montana is suing Steve Geppi for non-payment for a massive artwork sale. But the story gets weird from there. It's an intriguing one, with wider (though at this point, just rumored) implications for Geppi's Diamond.
And, as expected, the Kirby heirs are appealing the recent summary judgment against their claims.
Paul Tumey has a great Jack Cole Midnight story posted, with analysis.