The Comics Journal No. 59, October 1980

Featuring an interview with Ted White; a column on Will Eisner; illustrations by Stu Potts and Red Meat.

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Blood and Thunder (p. 20)

Newswatch (p. 8)

Gary Groth, “A Life On the Fringe of Comics: The Ted White Interview” (p. 56)

Kim Thompson, “Artless, Prating Emotionalism” (p. 40)
David Stallman, “Sheets to the Wind!” (p. 46)
Peter Sanderson Jr., “Super-Heroes Without Pictures” (p. 49)
Capsule Reviews (pps. 52, 101)

Jim Korkis, “Opening Shots: The Obscure Eisner” (p. 4)
Greg Potter, “Panel Progressions: The Gods and Heroes of Jack Kirby” (p. 84)
Jim Korkis, “Suspended Animation: Double Your  Pleasure! Double Your Fun!” (p. 94)
Dale Luciano, “Cinema Journal: An Ambitious, Failed Masterpiece” (p. 97)
Bill Sherman, “Underground Comix: A Melonhead’s View of History” (p. 101)

Stu Potts, “Pott Shots” (p. 27)
Red Meat, “Red Meat” (p. 107)

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