Gary Groth interviews Roz Chast, the New Yorker cartoonist turned graphic memoirist. Includes op-eds on the importance (and lack thereof) of modern political cartooning. Also featured is a piece about Daisy Scott, the first Black woman political cartoonist; a gallery of underground cartoonist John Pound’s code-generated comics; portraits of mass shooting victims; a selection of Spider-Gwen artist Chris Vision’s sketchbook pages; and more.
Shines a light on how comics creators are affected by chronic disease, disability and our nation’s health care system. This issue also features a zine created by the civil rights organization SNCC (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee) and the Black Panther Party in 1967, for a Black community in Alabama that attempted to take back their voting rights in their local elections. There is also a profile on cartoonist Kevin Huizenga (Ganges), and much more.