TCJ ARCHIVE

The Comics Journal No. 181, October 1995

Interview with Joost Swarte, Art Spiegelman and Stan Lee, as well as a series of essays on Lee.

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Letters
Blood and Thunder (p.2)

News
Newswatch, “Free Speech Round-Up” (p.7)

Interviews
Joost Swarte (p.33)
Art Spiegelman, Part II (p.97)
Stan Lee 1968 (p.93)

Reviews
Robert Boyd, “Ghetto Cruise” (p.41)
Eric Reynolds, “Comic Book™” (p.45)
Ray Mescallado, “The Silent City” (p.46)
Paul Wardle, “Not Quite Dead #2” (p.47)
Derel Fetters, “The Invisibles #15” (p.48)
Anne Rubenstein, “The Sublime and the Less Sublime” (p.49)
Ron Evry, “Window Gazing” (p.50)
Jay Russell, “Pulp Diction” (p.53)

Essays
Gregory Cwiklik, “The Ringmaster’s Importance” (p.58)
Paul Wardle, “The Two Faces of Stan Lee” (p.63)
Darcy Sullivan, “What If…Jack Kirby Had Owned His Own Marvel Characters?” (p.64)
Jeff Winbush, “Juice for Mr. Lee” (p.68)
Earl Wells, “Once and for All, Who Was the Author of Marvel?” (p.70)
“Face Front, True Believers!: The Comics Industry Sounds Off on Stan Lee” (p.80)

Columns
¡Viva la Comix! (p.4)
Hit List (p.142)

Illustrations
Drew Freidman, Cover

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