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Monday Runaround &#8211 Vote Klingon

Monday Runaround – Vote Klingon

FEMALE GAZEHeidi MacDonald attacks the Comics Journal's almost all-exclusive male credits and focus And does a little Gendercrunching on a number of issues. As you can see, R Crumb is so important that he gets not only a 200 page analysis in #301, but an extensive history of his lawyer, Albert Morse, in #302 Joe Sacco[...]

In Defence Of Flex

In Defence Of Flex

Thankfully we have people like Sean Rogers from The Comics Journal who opens his gob to be the condescending father figure we never had, to snatch our funnybooks from our hands, curl them up and slap us on the nose with them "What is this nonsense you're reading?" he says out of the corner of his mouth,[...]

When Maurice Sendak Wanted To Blow Up President Bush

When Maurice Sendak Wanted To Blow Up President Bush

The Comics Journal published at the end of the year, headlines with a final in depth interview between Maurice Sendak and Journal publisher Gary Groth.Here is a snippet Possibly the snippet. SENDAK: Bush was president, I thought, “Be brave Tie a bomb to your shirt Insist on going to the White House And I wanna have[...]

Thursday Trending Topics: Big Barda

Thursday Trending Topics: Big Barda

No Wonder Woman or Rob Granito in trending topics for the first time in awhile, displaced in part by a pair of historical topics: Jim Shooter's account of the circumstances surrounding the infamous Marvel art theft, and the old old school Comics Journal Speaking of comics history, pretty cool to see TCJ getting their historical archives[...]