TCJ ARCHIVE

The Comics Journal No. 139, December 1990

Featuring interviews with Aline Kominsky-Crumb and Alan Moore; essays by Peter Bagge, Mike Friedrich, and Jim Woodring; sketchbook pages by Lloyd Dangle.

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Letters
Blood and Thunder (p.25)

News
Newswatch (p.7)

Interview
Aline Kominsky-Crumb (p.50)
Alan Moore Part II (p.78)

Reviews
Rob Rodi, “Homosequentiality” (p.41)
Craig Maynard, “A Gay Voice in a Mainstream Wilderness” (p.44)
Kenneth Smith, “Eye of the Master” (p.47)

Essays
Peter Bagge, “When Undergrounds Were Dead” (p.74)
Mike Friedrich, “Creator’s Rights In the Real World” (p.110)
Jim Woodring, “The Weirdo Difference” (p.115)

Columns
Mark Delaney: Opening Shots, “A New Wertham, a Greater Nightmare” (p.3)
R. Fiore: Funnybook Roulette (p.37)
David Collier: Hey, Kids! Comics! “Memory Lane” (p.126)
R.C. Harvey: Reruns and Revivals, “Some Collections of the Great and the Small” (p.127)
C.C. Beck: Crusty Curmudgeon, “Artists Are Dangerous Creatures” (p.133)

Illustration
Aline Kominsky-Crumb, Cover
Lloyd Dangle Sketchbook (p.121)

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