TCJ ARCHIVE

The Comics Journal No. 118, December 1987

Featuring coverage of the San Diego comic convention; interviews with Alan Moore, Frank Miller, Moebius, and Tony Auth; illustrations by Charles Burns.

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Editorial
Gary Groth, “Is This Any Way to Run a Protest?” (p. 5)

Letters
Blood and Thunder (p. 31)

News
Newswatch (p. 11)
International Newswatch (p. 23)
San Diego 1987 Convention Photos (p. 126)

Interviews
Alan Moore (p. 60)
Frank Miller (p. 74)
Moebius (p. 84)
Tony Auth (p. 106)

Reviews
R. Fiore, “Funnybook Roulette” (p. 41)
Rob Rodi, “Saints and Sinners” (p. 45)
Peter Cashwell, “Moonshine, Guns, Grits, & Crackers” (p. 53)
Bill Sherman, “Hup with Crumb” (p. 55)

Essay
R. Fiore, “As the Dust Settles” (p. 58)

Columns
Leonard Rifas, Opening Shots: “Superman and the Amusing Nuclear Man” (p. 9)
Peter Cashwell, A Waste of Trees: “Every Breathed You Take” (p. 129)
R.C. Harvey, Reruns and Revivals: “Cartoonists at War” (p. 131)
C.C. Beck, Crusty Curmudgeon: “Truth in Packaging” (p. 136)

Illustration
Charles Burns (p. 119)

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