The Comics Journal No. 37, December 1977

Featuring interviews with Martin Pasko and Jenette Kahn; Reviews of WeirdWorld and The Avengers; a report on the Chicago Comicon.

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Viewpoints (p. 10)

Jay Zilber, Martin Pasko Interview (p. 37)
Stan Timmons, Jenette Kahn Interview (p. 54)

Newswatch (p. 5)
Gary Groth and Mike Carron, “Superman Movie News & Photos” (p. 7)

Kim Thompson, “WeirdWorld” (p. 15)
Christopher Melchert, “The Avengers” (p. 15)
Stan Timmons, “Chicago Comicon Report” (p. 52)

Gary Groth, “On Ethics and Fanzines” (p. 8)
Frank Catalano, “The $8 Million Saturday Matinee” (p. 21)
John Simon, “O Dull New World” (p. 24)
Kim Thompson, “Marvel’s Fouled-Up Filmbook” (p. 26)
Greg Bear, “You Too Need Protein for a Smoother Glissando (Or, Food for Thought)” (p. 48)

Dwight Decker, Doc’s Bookshelf: “Muted Applause from Behind the Iron Curtain; EC Has the Last Laugh 30 Years Later” (p. 56)
Bill Sherman, Underground Comics: “Dutch Comics: As American as Tulips and Windmills” (p. 58)
Doug Fratz, Fandom Review: “Fanzine Reviews” (p. 60)

Steve Gerber and Gene Colan, “Howard the Duck” (p. 68)
Stan Lee and John Romita, “The Amazing Spider-Man” (p. 65)

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