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The Comics Journal 289


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Catawiki number: 231537
Category: Comic Books
Title: The Comics Journal 289
Series / hero: Comics Journal, The (tijdschrift) (Engels)
Collection / set: Year 2006
Issue Number: 289
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Publisher: Fantagraphics Books
Release Year: 2006
Cover Type: Soft cover
Print Run: First edition
Colouring: Coloured
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Dimensions: ? x ? cm
Type: Background information, Magazine
Language / dialect: English
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In this issue of The Comics Journal:
* In a mammoth interview, Marvel Zombies writer Robert Kirkman discusses everything from starting out as the publisher of Battle Pope to his work with Image and Marvel Comics. Plus: Kirkman-related essays by Michael Dean and Simon Abrams, and zombies, zombies, zombies!
* The Arrival author Shaun Tan talks about the Australian comics scene, children’s books and the breakaway success of his immigrant-themed latest work.
* Our comics section this issue features 100 consecutive strips from Ed Wheelan’s classic Minute Movies, plus a history of the strip by Jared Gardner.
* Bob Levin looks at the life and work of Hustler Magazine’s most notorious cartoonist, “Chester the Molester” creator Dwaine Tinsley.
* Historian R.C. Harvey recounts the history of the first daily comic strip, Mutt and Jeff, and its creator Bud Fisher.
* Paul Kirchner remembers the late Charlton cartoonist Wayne Howard.
* Alan David Doane offers a critique of the modern comics shop.
As always, we’ve got teasers from the new issue on the TCJ.com website, including extracts of our Robert Kirkman and Shaun Tan interviews, plus Michael Dean’s Marvel Zombies essay in its entirety! Boasting absolutely no zombie-variant covers whatsoever, The Comics Journal #289 will enlighten, entertain and irritate comics connoisseurs in all the ways you’ve come to know and love.
Submission date: 01-02-2009 21:31:37
Submitted by: Papiervisje
Last updated on: 25-04-2014 23:21:25
Last updated by: Arco
Catawiki Catalogue value
Mint: € 12.00
Fine: € 9.00
Good: € 6.00
Fair: € 3.00
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