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Four generations of cartoonists

Author: Gary Groth
Publisher: Seattle, Wash. : Fantagraphics, 2004.
Series: Comics journal special edition, v. 4.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st Fantagraphics Books ed
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Interviews
Named Person: Al Hirschfeld; Jules Feiffer; Art Spiegelman; Chris Ware; Jules Feiffer; Al Hirschfeld; Art Spiegelman; Chris Ware
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gary Groth
ISBN: 1560975385 9781560975380
OCLC Number: 55055175
Notes: "Winter 2004."
Description: 191 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 31 cm.
Contents: Four generations of cartoonists: Editorial / by Gary Groth; End of the line: Al Hirschfeld (1903-2003) / by R..C. Harvey; The word made flesh: the genius of Al Hirschfeld / by Kenneth R. Smith; Drawing in the dark: Art Spiegelman talks with Al Hirschfeld; Al Hirschfeld sketchbook: roughs from the Line king; The cartoonists television pilot: Jules Feiffer is Art Spiegelman's first guest on this cable-TV show on comics; Prophet of failure: a conversation with Jules Feiffer / by Gary Groth; Working in the shadows: Art Spiegelman on hope and hopelessness / by Gary Groth; A thirst for storytelling: Jules Feiffer and Chris Ware compare notes; Chris Ware: portrait of the artist as thinker / by Alexander Theroux --
The glory that was The Simpsons : a long-overdue appreciation of Matt Groening's durable network cartoon / by R. Fiore --
Your protean uncle Feininger: an essay on the proto-cartoonist of the early 20th century, Lyonel Feininger / by Rich Kreiner --
Poetry of erosion: Ben Katchor's Julius Knipl examined / by Donald Phelps --
Pure Clem: how a strip by Jack Davis never made it to the funny pages / by Su Hample --
Remembering Bill Mauldin: our tribute includes a 1984 interview by Richard West, kudos from cartoonists, and an excerpt from Back home --
Pheobe Gloeckner's subtle shifts: a look at the work of the genius behind A child's life and Diary of a teenage girl / by Tom Spurgeon --
On the shock of recognition : cartoonists from every corner of the glob contribute their take on this theme, ranging from those first serendipitous moments, to the unpredictable twists vital to the creative process and a life in art and comics --
Soapin' up the hawg!: the surreal comics of Marc Bell / by Matt Silvie --
Nothing wrong with pretty girls: Molly Kiely's slapstick pornography / by David Miller.
Series Title: Comics journal special edition, v. 4.
Other Titles: Conversations among four generations of cartoonists
Comics journal.
Responsibility: editor in chief, Gary Groth.

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