TCJ ARCHIVE

The Comics Journal No. 140, February 1991

Featuring interviews with Walt Kelley, Alan Moore, and Maurice Sendak; pages from Walt Kelley’s sketchbook; pages from Jim Engel’s sketchbook.

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Editorial
Gary Groth, “So Far, So Bad” (p.5)

Letters
Blood and Thunder (p.31)

News
Newswatch (p.11)
International (29)

Interview
Walt Kelley (p.50)
Alan Moore Part III (p.78)
Maurice Sendak (p.94)

Reviews
Rich Kreiner, “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Waster” (p.37)
Kenneth Smith, “Pogophilia” (p.41)
Darcy Sullivan, “Kids at the Abyss” (p.43)
Leonard Rifas, “Comic Book Reflections on the Red Menace” (p.45)
Frank Young, “Cynical Ducks” (p.47)

Essays
Norman Hale, “Natural Foods” (p.59)
Bill Watterson, “Some Thoughts on Pogo” (p.63)
Steve Thompson, “A Walt Kelly Biography” (p.67)
Scott Russo, “Art for Artiness’ Sake” (p.86)

Columns
Gary Groth: Opening Shots, “Dear Dave: A Reply to Dave Sim” (p.3)
Robert Boyd: Swipe File (p.28)
Harvey Pekar: American Slander, “Serious Funnybooks” (p.109)
Jim Woodring: Hey, Kids! Comics! (p.111)

Illustration
Walt Kelly Sketchbook (p.71)
Jim Engel Sketchbook (p.121)

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