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The Comics Journal No. 72, May 1982

Featuring an interview of Neal Adams; Kim Thompson on Moebius; Russell B. Nye on Asterix; Richard Marschall on Seuss.

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Editorial

Gary Groth, “Editorial” (p. 4)

Letters
Blood and Thunder (p. 21)

News
Newswatch (p. 9)

Interviews
Gary Groth, “Neal Adams” (p. 79)

Reviews
Jan Strnad, “Elves, Elves, Elves!” (p. 31)
Carter Scholz, “Indigo Ball-Bearings and Pustulent Running Sores” (p. 34)
R.C. Harvey, “The Old and the Young: Blondie at 50” (p. 40)
Kim Thompson, “Keeping Up With Moebius” (p. 43)
Kevin C. McConnell, “Definitive Vs. Derivative” (p. 48)
Rich Morrissey, “The Joy of Superheroes” (p. 51)
Gary Groth, “Visions of Today and Tommorow” (p. 54)
Gene Phillips, “Adventure Dissipated” (p. 55)

Essays
Russell B. Nye, “Asterix Revisited” (p. 59)

Columns
Dale Luciano, “Books Without Pictures: Stephen King Surveys the Field of Horror” (p. 115)
Richard Marschall, “Polychromatic Effulgence: The Forgotten Seuss” (p. 121)
Bill Sherman, “Erosions and Exceptions: Harold Hedd Redux”  (p. 126)

Illustrations
Stu Potts, “Pott Shots” (p. 131)

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