Tag Archives: Jules Feiffer

Superman needs a drink.

The Man o’ Steel’s Hawaiian Vacation

A little cinematic/literary/comic-book mystery. Continue reading

 
Racism in Comics

Racism as a Stylistic Choice and other Notes

Some notes on race and comics which attempt to bring some nuance and complexity to a frustrating debate by bringing some historical facts to the table. 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

 
Issue 200

The Comics Journal No. 200, December 1997

A massive issue featuring interviews with Chris Ware and Charles Schulz; critical assessments of “essential works”; an excerpt from Jules Feiffer, “The Great Comic Book Heroes”

 
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 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