TCJ ARCHIVE

The Comics Journal No. 239, November 2001

Featuring Marv Wolfman on creators’ rights part 2.

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Letters
Blood and Thunder (p. 3)

News
Newswatch (p.4)

Reviews
Danny Hellman, “2024: Whatever” (p. 16)
Ted Rall, “Legal Action Comics: A Rainbow of Hatred (p. 17)
Trina Robbins, “Erika Lopez, urban Terrorist in a Tutti-Frutti Hat: Hoochie Mama” (p. 19)
Bill Randall, “Adapting the Unadaptable” (p. 20)
Leonard Rifas, “Conference Papers Probe the Medium: The Graphic Novel” (p. 22)
Anne Elizabeth Moore, “The Seamy Underbelly of Ordinary Life: Grickle” (p. 23)
Rich Kreiner, “In The Toilet of the Sense: Ultra-Gash Inferno” (p. 24)

Essays
Cinders McLeod, “The Right to Create: A Casualty of Dissent” (p. 28)
Bob Levin, “The Pirate and the Mouse: Part 2” (p. 34)

Interviews
Transcript: Marv Wolfman Trial—Creators’ Rights on Trial: Marv vs. Marvel, Part 2 (p. 68)

Columns
Viva La Comix (p. 15)
On The Boards (p. 115)

Illustrations
Dan O’Neill (Front Cover)

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