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The Pen is Mightier than the Sickle, 1977.

Ralph Steadman: Into the Gentle Darkness

In this 1989 Comics Journal interview, Gary Groth picks Ralph Steadman’s brain on the topic of his growth as an artist, changing interests, loss of faith and times working with Hunter S. Thompson in a career-spanning conversation that always finds its way back to politics and all that’s wrong in the world. Continue reading

 
Issue 127

The Comics Journal No. 127, February 1989

Featuring an interview with Bill Watterson; an essay by Ralph Steadman; the Brad Holland sketchbook. Continue reading

 
Issue 131

The Comics Journal No. 131, September 1989

Featuring an interview with Ralph Steadman; reviews by Michael Dooley and Andrew Dagilis. Continue reading