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Comics Survey: Words, Part II

Ken Parille digs through 60 years of comics and says things about words. He explores a diverse creative cast, from Bill Griffith, Gabrielle Bell, and Julia Gfrörer to Jerry Siegel, John Byrne, and Grant Morrison — with a brief appearance by Otto Binder. Continue reading

 
Issue 49

Archive Viewer: Issue 49

Featuring the Heavy Metal Interview; an essay on Chris Claremont and John Byrne’s X-Men; illustrations by Stu Potts. Continue reading

 
Issue 57

Archive Viewer: Issue 57

Featuring interviews with John Bryrne and Steve Gerber; illustrations by Stu Potts, Joan Hanke Woods, and Mike Ploog. 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

 
Issue 91

The Comics Journal No. 91, July 1984

Featuring interviews with pencilers Brent Anderson, Gil Kane, Joe Kubert, Steve Leialoha, Jerry Ordway, Bill Sienkiewicz, and Trevor Von Eeden; interviews with writers Max Collins, Peter Gillis, Archie Goodwin, Bruce Jones, Paul Kupperberg, Roger Slifer, and Marv Wolfman. Continue reading

 
Issue 85

The Comics Journal No. 85, October 1983

Featuring an interview with Robert Kanigher; essays by Jan Strnad and Gene Philips; Kevin McConnell on John Byrne. Continue reading

 
Issue 75

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

 
Issue 76

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

 
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