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The Comics Journal No. 127, February 1989

Featuring an interview with Bill Watterson; an essay by Ralph Steadman; the Brad Holland sketchbook.

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Letters
Blood and Thunder (p. 31)

News
Newswatch (p. 5)

Interview
Bill Watterson (p. 56)

Reviews
R. Fiore, “Funnybook Roulette” (p. 37)
Leon Hunt, “Aggression, Transgression, and Regression” (p. 41)
Frank Stack, “Courage Full of Fear” (p. 46)
Rob Rodi, “Suburban But Sublime” (p. 50)

Essays
Richard Marschall, “Oh, you Kid!” (p. 72)
Ralph Steadman, “Cartoonist’s Wonderland” (p. 79)
“Archaic Al” Hewetson, “My Days in Horror Comics” (p. 88)

Columns
Steve Solomos, “Opening Shots” (p. 3)
R.C. Harvey, Reruns and Revivals: “Predestination, Leviathan, and Plastic Man” (p. 107)
Kenneth Smith, Dramas of the Mind: “Currents of Modernization” (p. 115)
C.C. Beck, Crusty Curmudgeon: “Firedrakes, Slobs, and Civilization” (p. 119)

Illustration
Brad Holland Sketchbook (p. 97)

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