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Image: Comics Journal #283 - Fantagraphics Books
Comics Journal #283
(Fantagraphics Books)

L'Association co-founder and prolific cartoonist Lewis Trondheim talks about the wry sword-and-sorcery mega-epic Donjon, his autobio comics, McConey and his "retirement." PictureBox publisher Dan Nadel queries art-comics (Wonderfool World) creator and fine artist David Sandlin on his pieces in Raw, as well as the eerie Swamp Preacher, which ties into the larger world of his Blab! anthology-and-storybook work. Our color comics section turns up a 1950 comics adaptation of John Buchan's The Thirty-Nine Steps by Dick Davis and Jim Lavery. Plus! Profound columns, sharp reviews and a whole lot more by the comics medium's smartest critics and historians [by Various]

SRP: $9.95 Your Price: $8.45

Image: Comics Journal #291 - Fantagraphics Books
Comics Journal #291
(Fantagraphics Books)

This issue features the definitive interview with Eisner-winning artist Tim Sale, house artist of the Heroes TV series and penciler on such prestige projects as Batman: The Long Halloween, Superman Confidential, Grendel, Spider-Man: Blue, and Daredevil: Yellow. Sale reveals the stories behind his collaborations with comics-writers Jeph Loeb and Darwyn Cooke and TV producer-writer Tim Kring. Also in this issue, Josh Simmons talks about his disturbingly funny mini-comics, the Happy series, the House graphic novel, and the forthcoming book Jessica Farm. Plus: a color gallery of early comics work by Flintstones creator Dan Gordon!

SRP: $11.95 Your Price: $10.15

Image: Comics Journal #292 - Fantagraphics Books
Comics Journal #292
(Fantagraphics Books)

Gary Groth interviews father and son cartoonists Gene and Kim Deitch. Academy-award-winning Gene Deitch, whose wide-ranging career has spanned over 60 years, talks about doing illustrations for The Record Changer, directing cartoons such as Munro and Krazy Kat, and creating his comic strip Terr'ble Thompson. Underground comics pioneer Kim Deitch, touches on his father's influence, reminisces about the New York-based scene and outlines the evolution of Waldo the Cat. Plus: The innovative Grant Morrison fills us in on his X-Men run, All Star Superman, the ambitious Seven Soldiers "maxiseries," and how he became one of the architects of the current DC Comics universe. Finally, the comics gallery presents an historical essay and highlights from the turn-of-the-19th-century work of Puck cartoonist, F. M. Howarth. [edited by Gary Groth, Mike Dean & Kristy Valenti]

SRP: $11.95 Your Price: $10.15

Image: Comics Journal #293 - Fantagraphics Books
Comics Journal #293
(Fantagraphics Books)

The Journal interviews Zap artist S. Clay Wilson, best known for his panoramas of sex and violence involving lesbian bikers, zombie pirates and a Checkered Demon. Another mastermind of unsavory comics, Jhonen Vasquez, talks about creating the animated Invader Zim and the goth-comics fave Johnny the Homicidal Maniac, and provides a glimpse of projects on the horizon. Alex Robinson, the Harvey-and-Eisner-winning cartoonist, will discuss his graphic novels Box Office Poison, Tricked and Too Cool to Be Forgotten. And a special back-to-school section will feature a gallery of undiscovered potential comics masterpieces by students from the Center for Cartoon Studies. [Edited by Gary Groth]

SRP: $11.99 Your Price: $10.19

Image: Comics Journal #302 - Fantagraphics Books
Comics Journal #302
(Fantagraphics Books)

This 600+ page edition features long interviews with Maurice Sendak, French graphic novel pioneer Jacques Tardi, Art Spiegelman hosting a critical forum on classic kids' comics and a roundtable with Robert Williams, Joe Coleman, Marc Bell, and Esther Pearl Watson about fine art and comics. Plus: How to Draw Buz Sawyer by Roy Crane, comics by Lewis Trondheim, Tim Kreider on Chester Brown, a new 18-page satirical comic by Joe Sacco and a visual gallery of proto-comics. And more. The Comics Journal has been the world's foremost critical magazine about comics for 37 years and is now more vital than ever. [(W) Gary Groth, TBD (A/CA) TBD]

SRP: $30.00 Your Price: $25.50

Image: Comics Journal #303 - Fantagraphics Books
Comics Journal #303
(Fantagraphics Books)

The most award-winning, internationally acclaimed comics and graphic novel magazine in the medium's history returns to print! The Comics Journal, which is renowned for its in-depth interviews, comics criticism, and thought-provoking editorials, features Gary Groth in frank and often hilarious discussion with the satirist and children's book author Tomi Ungerer. Ungerer talks about the entire trajectory of his life and career: growing up in France during the Nazi occupation, creating controversial work, being blacklisted as a children's book author due to a backlash against his erotica. This issue, the first in its new twice-a-year format, covers the new mainstream in American comics - how the marketplace and overall perception of the medium has drastically shifted since the graphic novel boom of the early 2000s and massive hits like Persepolis, Fun Home, and Smile. It also includes sketchbook pages from French-born cartoonist Antoine Cossé, an introduction to homoerotic gag cartoons out of the U.S. Navy, Your Black Friend cartoonist Ben Passmore's examination of the role art and comics have in gentrification, a reconsideration of the comics canon by Eisner Award-winner Dr. Sheena C. Howard, and more.

SRP: $14.99 Your Price: $12.74

Image: Comics Journal #304 - Fantagraphics Books
Comics Journal #304
(Fantagraphics Books)

The Comics Journal #304 features a conversation with Simon Hanselmann, who discusses how his webcomic became an internationally acclaimed phenomenon. This issue also highlights labor and economics issues facing the medium plus a look at the unfinished graphic novel that Geoffrey Hayes was working on before his untimely death in 2017. Also, a peak inside the sketchbook of Sophie Franz, new work by Brazilian cartoonist Laura Lannes and a reconsideration of the comics canon by Shaenon K. Garrity. And more!

SRP: $14.99 Your Price: $12.74

Image: Comics Journal Library Vol. 08: The E.C. Artists SC  - Fantagraphics Books

To celebrate Fantagraphics' republication of the legendary EC line, we proudly present the first of a two-volume set of interviews with the artists and writers (and publisher) who made EC great. This issue includes such luminaries as Will Elder, John Severin, Harvey Kurtzman and William Gaines among others. Every interview is profusely illustrated by pertinent examples of the work under discussion. The EC artists were renowned for their attention to detail, and the reproduction here takes full advantage of the oversized art book format. [edited by Gary Groth and Michael Dean]

SRP: $28.99 Your Price: $24.64

Image: Comics Journal Library Vol. 09: Zap - The Interviews SC  - Fantagraphics Books

Here in one place are the definitive Comics Journalinterviews with the cartoonists behind Zap Comix. Featuring Robert Crumb, Spain Rodriguez,Victor Moscoso, Rick Griffin, S. Clay Wilson, Robert Williams, Gilbert Shelton, Paul Mavrides and much more. In these historically important interviews, the Zapcontributors open up about how they came to create a seminal, living work of art.

SRP: $35.00 Your Price: $29.75

Image: Comics Journal Library Vol. 10: The EC Artists Part 2 SC  - Fantagraphics Books

Edited by Gary Groth and Michael Dean. The second and concluding volume of conversations with the creators behind EC Comics combines definitive interviews with never-before-published sessions, including a new conversation with Jack Davis, Bill Gaines on the origins of the company, Al Feldstein on science fiction, Harvey Kurtzman on bringing realism to war, Alex Toth, Marie Severin, George Evans and Jack Kamen, Colin Dawkins, and a rare Q&A session with Bernard Krigstein.

SRP: $34.99 Your Price: $29.74


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