TCJ ARCHIVE

The Comics Journal No. 144, September 1991

Featuring an interview of Tim Truman; essays by Jack Jackson and Mark Brett; the sketchbook of Daniel Clowes.

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Letters
Blood and Thunder (p.31)

News
Newswatch (p.5)
International (p.25)

Interview
Tim Truman (p.66)

Reviews
Larry Rodman, “A Serious Film About Funny Ladies” (p.39)
Rob Rodi, “To the Heart of the Problem” (p.43)
Russell Freund, “When the Legend Becomes Fact, Print the Hoots” (p.44)
Darcy Sullivan, “Hello, It’s Me” (p.45)

Essays
Jack Jackson, “The Good, the Bad, and the Foreign” (p.50)
Mark Brett, “The Insult That Made a Man Out of ‘Mac’” (p.87)

Columns
Paul Wardle: Opening Shots, “To Serve and Protect? The Real Story Behind the Arrests of Comics Shop Owners in Toronto” (p.3)
Lloyd Dangle: Hey, Kids! Comics! (p.15)
Swipe File (p.100)
Kenneth Smith: Dramas of the Mind, “Extinguishing Ethics I: The Wholesale Method” (p.107)

Illustration
Tim Truman, Cover
Dan Clowes Sketchbook (p.101)

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