TCJ ARCHIVE

The Comics Journal No. 184, February 1996

Featuring interviews with Dave Sim and Don Rosa, as well as a tribute to Burne Hogarth.

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Letters
Blood and Thunder (p.2)

News
Newswatch, “A Month to Remember” (p.7)

Interviews
Dave Sim (p.68)
Don Rosa Part II (p.107)
Burne Hogarth (p.7 in the back of the issue)

Reviews
Paul Tobin, “Lost Girls #1” (p.51)
Chris Mautner, “Clover Honey” (p.52)
Christopher Brayshaw, “Top Shelf #1” (p.53)
Ray Mescallado, “Thieves and Kings #9” (p.54)
David Rust, “No Room to Breathe” (p.55)
Gene Kannenberg, Jr., “One Insider’s Story” (p.57)
Ed Shannon, “Life During Wartime” (p.60)
R. C. Harvey, “Something Special” (p.61)

Essays
Gregory Cwiklik, “The Inherent Limitations of the Comics Form as a Narrative Medium” (p.117)
Kenneth R. Smith, “In Memoriam: Burne Hogarth” (p.2 in the back of the issue)
Pete Hamill, “‘The Figure Is the Key to Everything’” (p.4 in the back of the issue)
Gary Groth (Untitled) (p.14 in the back of the issue)

Columns
¡Viva la Comix! (p.4)
Comicopia (p.121)
Hit List (p.126)

Illustrations
Dave Sim and Gerhard, Cover
Jaime Hernandez, Back Cover

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