TCJ ARCHIVE

The Comics Journal No. 285, October 2007

Featuring interviews with Darwyn Cooke and Ernie Colon.

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Letters

Blood & Thunder (p. 17)

News

Greg Stump and staff, Journal Datebook (p. 21)

Interviews

Markisan Naso, The Darwyn Cooke Interview (p. 30)
Kent Worcester, The Ernie Colón Interview (p. 74)
Andrew Farago, The Keith Knight Interview (p. 88)

 

Reviews

Bill Randall, “Monsieur Lambert” (p. 108)
Tim O’Neil, “Alice in Sunderland” (p. 110)
Noah Berlatsky, “Antique Bakery” (p. 113)
Simon Abrams, “Rex Mundi” (p. 115)
Kent Worcester,  “City of Laughter” (p. 122)
Rob Vollmar, “The Black Diamond Detective Agency” (p. 125)
Joe McCulloch, “Blab! #17” (p. 127)
Mini-reviews of “The Complete Universe of Dupuy-Berberian”, “Dork #11”, “Paradigm Shift” and “Alias the Cat” (p. 129)

Essays

R.C. Harvey, “I Remember Roger” (p. 18)
Michael Dean, John Buscema’s Wanted Comics (p. 131)

Columns

Bill Randall, Lost in Translation: “Kids These Days” (p. 157)
R.C. Harvey, Comicopia: “Political Cartoonists Face Their History and Fate in Washington” (p. 162)
Rich Kreiner, Meet the Comics Press: “The Horror. The Horror.” (p. 170)
Donald Phelps, “Coney Island Gothic” (p. 172)
Kenneth Smith, Time Out of Joint: “The Crypto-Revolution of Our Age: XX. Power Versus Reality” (p. 173)
Coming Comics (p. 182)

 

Tags

Greg Stump, Markison Naso, Darwyn Cooke, Kent Worcester, Ernie Colon, Andrew Farago, Keith Knight, Bill Randall, Tim O’Neil, Simon Abrams, Rex Mundi, Kent Worcester, Rob Vollmar, Joe McCulloch, Blab!, R.C. Harvey, Michael Dean, John Buscema, Rich Kreiner, Donald Phelps, Kenneth Smith


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