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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Gary Groth; Anne Elizabeth Moore
|Description:||156 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 31 cm.|
|Contents:||Editorial : an exciting new departure for The comics journal / by Gary Groth --
Sullivant gallery : an appreciation of the gag cartoonist / by Jim Woodring --
Bayeux and the worm : two extended timelines of cartooning / by Matthew Surridge --
Greg Cook, artist and newspaperman : cartooning's role in the context of everything else / by Anne Elizabeth Moore --
Holman's legacy to popular humor : the disarranged landscape of Smokey Stover / by Donald Phelps --
Columbia's voyage of discovery : the recent work of Al Columbia / by Paul Gravett --
What's wrong with comics today : a completely personal overview / by Gregory Cwiklik --
When comics were for kids : a speculative essay at resurrecting the past / by R.C. Harvey --
Whatever happened to autobiographical comics? : three recent anthologies circumscribe the new cutting edge / by Rich Kreiner --
Joe Sacco, frontline journalist : why Sacco went to Gorzade / by Gary Groth --
Krigstein's last gasp : the comic-book master's messages in a bottle / by Greg Sadowski --
Reading with friends : a flipbook starring The 'Bot Pals about how reading comics is really a social pastime / by Carrie Whitney --
Cartoonists on cartooning : our comics section.
|Other Titles:||Comics journal.
Cartoonists on cartooning
|Responsibility:||editor in chief, Gary Groth ; editor, Anne Elizabeth Moore.|