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The Comics Journal (1977) - #74
Fantagraphics Books


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  Writer(s):
Dwight R. Decker
Gary Groth
Robert C. Harvey - 'R.C. Harvey'
Dale Luciano
Heidi MacDonald
Kevin McConnell
Peter Sanderson
Bhob Stewart

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Fred G. Hembeck
Gilbert Hernandez - 'Beto'

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Bill Anderson

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Dwight R. Decker
Gary Groth
Dale Luciano

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Cover Date: August 1982
Cover Price: US $ 2.50

Issue Tagline: Chris Claremont & Louise Jones on The New Mutants

Format: Black & White; Magazine; 106 pages

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"The House of Second-Hand Ideas" - Edit this story

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McConnell on Marvel Comics: "Most of the books that premiered during the last 10 years were inspired by outside sources..." McConnell takes Marvel to task for its dependency on toy and media tie-ins, Robert E. Howard adaptations and spin-offs of established titles.

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This is an excerpt of a longer interview promised to be published in Fantagraphics' X-MEN COMPANION Volume II. Peter Sanderson conducted this interview in December 1981.

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Peter Sanderson explores and examines the reasons for the X-MEN's tremendous popularity. A thoughtful and thought-provoking five-page essay illustrated with panel reproductions (one from Byrne's pencil art).

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Gary Groth, Kim Thompson and Joey Cavalieri interview Art Spiegelman and Francoise Mouly about RAW. Spiegelman's project MAUS is also discussed. This is a further segment from the interview session that was published in TCJ #65.

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"Cinema Journal: John Milius's Conan: A Movie for Subliterate Heathens" - Edit this story

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Luciano's opening line: "As directed by John Milius, CONAN THE BARBARIAN is among the most unrestrainedly dunderheaded adolescent power fantasies ever transferred intact to the screen."

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An insightful and thorough essay on Disney's CINDERELLA and ROBIN HOOD.

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