TCJ ARCHIVE

The Comics Journal No. 134, February 1990

Featuring interviews with Jack Kirby and Joe Simon; an essay on Jack Kirby; the Gerhard sketchbook.

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Editorial
Gary Groth, “Spin Controlling Racist Comics” (p.5)

Letters
Blood and Thunder (p.17)

News
Newswatch (p.7)

Interview
Jack Kirby (p.57)
Joe Simon (p.101)

Reviews
Frank Stack, “Art Shots,” (p.27)
Rob Rodi, “Realized Fantasy/Fantasized Reality” (p.30)
Larry Stark, “Half Empty/ Half Full” (p.33)
Keith R. A. DeCandido, “Talking Heads” (p.38)
Darcy Sullivan, “Hey, Kids! Comics!” (p.43)
Peter Cashwell, “Cinematics Anonymous” (p.47)
Richard Samuel West, “Humor of the ’80s” (p.53)

Essays
Brock J. Hanke, “Jack Kirby’s Fourth World” (p.109)
Carter Scholz, “Classics Lite” (p.113)

Columns
Robert Boyd: Opening Shots, “Racist Murder As Entertainment” (p.3)
Kenneth Smith: Dramas of the Mind, “More On Modernism: Flak From the War For Your Mind” (p.121)

Illustration
Gerhard Sketchbook (p.115)

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