TCJ ARCHIVE

The Comics Journal No. 114, February 1987

Featuring an interview with Jay Lynch; Gene Phillips on the Dark Knight; Roy Thomas on Gardner Fox.

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Editorial
Gary Groth, “How much does the freedom of the press cost? A couple hundred thousand dollars, thank you very much” (p. 8)

Letters
Blood and Thunder (p. 35)

News
Newswatch (p. 13)

Interviews
Richard “Grass” Green, Craig Yoe, Jackie Lait, “Destroying Idols: Jay Lynch” (p. 76)

Reviews
Rob Rodi, “Repeat Until Spanked” (p. 57)
R.C. Harvey, “Three Vintage Strips in Print Again” (p. 61)
Gene Phillips, “The Dark Knight Reborn” (p. 70)

Essays
Roy Thomas, “Gardner Fox (1911-1986): a personal remembrance” (p. 34)
Jeff Rovin, “How Not to Run a Comic Book Company” (p. 96)

Columns
John Nettles, “Opening Shots: Mucking About With the Geese and Ganders” (p. 11)
R. Fiore, “Funnybook Roulette” (p. 42)
Heidi  MacDonald, “Generally Speaking” (p. 45)

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