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The Comics Journal No. 75, September 1982

Featuring Gil Kane, John Byrne, and Jack Jackson at Dallas; Peter Sanderson “unshells” Peanuts; Kim Thompson reviews the Smurfs.

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Editorial
Gary Groth, “Editorial” (p. 4)

News
Newswatch (p. 10)

Interviews
Gil Kane, “Gil Kane at Dallas” (p. 52)
John Byrne, “John Byrne at Dallas” (p. 62)
Jack Jackson, “Jack Jackson at Dallas” (p. 75)

Reviews
Dale Luciano, “Nostalgia, Mice, and Ducks” (p. 20)
Peter Sanderson, “Peanuts Unshelled” (p. 28)
Kevin C. McConnell, “The Death of Horror Comics” (p. 32)
Gene Phillips, “The Savage is Loosed” (p. 33)
R.C. Harvey, “A Biased Collection of the Undeniable Best” (p. 36)
Kim Thompson, “Smurfin’ USA” (p. 38)

Essays
Jan Strnad, “My Brilliant Career at Marvel” (p. 41)

Columns
Shel Dorf, “Opening  Shots: Little Orphan Annie Goes to Hollywood” (p. 6)
Bill Sheman, “Erosions and Exceptions: Southern California Gets Me Down” (p. 86)
Dale Luciano, “Cinema Journal: A Joyful Celebration of Innocence” (p. 89)
Dale Luciano, “Cinema Journal: Spielberg’s Spook Sonata” (p. 91)
Fred Patten, “Books Without Pictures: Looney Tunes” (p. 94)

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