TCJ ARCHIVE

The Comics Journal No. 99, June 1985

Featuring an interview with Arn Saba; a debate between Howard Chaykin, Gil Kane, and Walt Simonson; Scott Edelman on Stan Lee.

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Editorial
Gary Groth, “A Paltry Matter of Principle” (p. 7)

Letters
Blood and Thunder (p. 30)

News
Newswatch (p. 14)

Interviews
Kim Thompson, “Tripping the Light Fantastic: An Interview with Arn Saba” (p. 57)
Howard Chaykin, Gary Groth, Gil Kane, and Walt Simonson, “Debate: Values in Comics” (p. 73)

Reviews
Carter Scholz, “Come Back to the Five & Dime, Raphael Sabatini” (p. 42)
Dale Luciano, “Planes and Existence” (p. 45)
Gene Phillips, “Tejanos Revisited” (p. 51)

Essays
Heidi  MacDonald, “Alas, Poor Claremont, I Knew Him Well” (p. 53)
Adam Philips, “Riverdale High Revisited” (p. 68)
Dale Luciano, “Newave Comics Survey” (p. 82)

Columns
Richard Morrissey, “Opening Shots: Of Appalachian Nazis and Subterranean Parties” (p. 11)
Scott Edelman, “Ethics: Stan Lee was My Co-Pilot” (p. 93)
Bill Sherman, “Erosions and Exceptions: Bring the Bad News” (p. 95)

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