The Comics Journal No. 68, November 1981

Featuring Neal Adams on Jack Adler; discussing comics with Denny O’Neil, Roy Thomas, Len Wein, Julius Schwartz, Frank Miller, Dick Giordano, Louise Jones, and Jim Shooter.

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Neal Adams (opinion), “Jack Adler: Dinosaur!” (p. 8)

Blood and Thunder (p. 23)

Newswatch (p. 10)

“Two San Diego Panels: Relevancy in Comics, What Does an Editor Do?” (p. 59)

R.C. Harvey, “Half a Loaf is Better Than Two in the Bush” (p. 32)
Dale Luciano, “Phil Yeh: Dreamer, Artist, Survivor” (p. 36)
David Stallman, “Flagrant Disrespect for Authority” (p. 39)
Dale Luciano, “Comix, Graphix, and Lost Faith in Nihilism” (p. 44)
Carter Scholz, “Calling the Rook’s Bluff” (p. 48)

Jim Korkis, “Suspended Animation: Korkis’s Guide to Holiday Animation” (p. 67)
Dwight R. Decker, “Doc’s Bookshelf: Superman the Movie–Issue 2” (p. 75)
Rick Marschall, “Polychromatic Effulgence: Shibboleths” (p. 79)
R.C. Harvey, “The Reticulated Rainbow:  Shooter, Colan, and the Marvel Way” (p. 89)


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