Tag Archives: Underground Comix

The Jay Lynch Interview, 1987

In this 1987 interview, underground cartoonist Jay Lynch talks about his experience growing up with comics and the influence of printed satire. The underground comix scene and the comic industry are discussed in depth as well as the theories behind his work. Continue reading

 

Jay Lynch, 1945-2017

The life and legacy of the underground cartoonist. Continue reading

 

Archive Viewer: Issue 34

 

Archive Viewer: Issue 40

Featuring an interview with Jim Shooter; Kim Thompson on Tom Sutton; illustrations by John Cornell. Continue reading

 

Archive Viewer: Issue 39

Featuring an interview with Paul Levitz; Kim Thompson on Jack Kirby; a report on the San Francisco Comix Scene. Continue reading

 

Archive Viewer: Issue 44

Featuring an interview with Marv Wolfman; an essay by Marilyn Bethke; Jim Korkis on animation.
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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 42

Featuring an interview with Stan Lee; Kim Thompson on Claire Bretecher; essays by Gary Groth. Continue reading