TCJ ARCHIVE

The Comics Journal No. 113, December 1986

Featuring a discussion between Gil Kane and Robert Crumb about their artwork and influences; an interview with Mark Evanier; Harvey Pekar on Maus.

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Editorial
R. Fiore, “Art in the Hands of Ribbon Clerks” (p. 9)

Letters
Blood and Thunder (p. 29)

News
Newswatch (p. 11)

Interviews
Gary Groth, “The Shape of Art: Gil Kane and Robert Crumb Discuss Their Artwork and Influences” (p. 58)
Ken Jones, “The Business of Comics: Mark Evanier Part II” (p. 72)

Reviews
Dale Luciano, “Trapped by Life: Pathos and Humor Among Mice and Men” (p. 43)
Harvey Pekar, “Maus and Other Topics” (p. 54)

Essays
Tim Blackmore, “Art for Comic Art’s Sake” (p. 67)

Columns
C.C. Beck, “Opening Shots: Comic Books for Grown-Ups” (p. 7)
R. Fiore, “Funnybook Roulette” (p. 38)
Bill Sherman, “Erosions and Exceptions: Gasping Along” (p. 94)

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