TCJ ARCHIVE

The Comics Journal No. 236, August 2001

Featuring Marv Wolfman on Creators’ Rights; essays by Matthew Surridge and Bob Levin.

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Letters
Blood and Thunder (p. 3)

News
Newswatch (p. 10)

Reviews
Michael Dean, “Ghost Story” (p. 15)

Essays
Mathew Surridge, “Hack’s Progress, or Hogarth’s harlot and the Establishment of Creators’ Rights” (p. 19)
Bob Levin, “The Pirate and the Mouse: Part 1” (p. 86)

Interviews

Transcript: Marv Wolfman Trial—Creators’ Rights on Trial: Marv Vs. Marvel (p. 22)

Columns
Comicopia: “Remembering Hank Ketcham: 1920-2001” (p. 98)
Euro-Comics for Beginners: Actus Tragicus: The Case for Considering Israel a European Country” (p. 105)
Minimalism: “Slamming or Slumming?” (p. 110)
End Times: “The Horrific Intoxicant of Omnipossibility III: Proliferant Nihilism” (p. 112)

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