Tag Archives: Neal Adams


Don’t Move: The Still Life of Pete Morisi

Ken Parille explores the work of Pete Morisi, an unsung master of un-action comics . . . Continue reading


Paul Kirchner’s Apocalyptic Sensibility

A conversation with the creator of “Dope Rider” and “The Bus.” Continue reading


THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (6/19/13 – Superheroes in Hell)

Above and below, there are comics everywhere. Continue reading


Lichtenstein and the Comics in Chicago

Neal Adams, Ivan Brunetti, Geof Darrow, and J.J. Sedelmaier discuss comics at the Art Institute of Chicago. Continue reading


Jerry Robinson: Been There, Done That

A conversation with the late Batman artist, political cartoonist, and advocate. From TCJ 271 & 272, 2004. Continue reading


Archive Viewer: Issue 43

Featuring an interview with Neal Adams; reviews of Star-Lord and Popeye; essays by Dwight Decker, Don Rosa, Scott Edelman, and Marilyn Bethke. Continue reading


Archive Viewer: Issue 53

Featuring interviews with Trina Robbins, Harlan Ellison, Kelly Freas, and Murray Boltinoff; an essay by Harlan Ellison; illustrations by Willie Blyberg. Continue reading

Issue 162

The Comics Journal No. 162, October 1993

Autobiographical comics special: Harvey Pekar; Dennis Eichhornl; Diane Noomin Chester Brown; Seth; Joe Matt.

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