At long last, a new large scale format to match the large scale topics tackled in this now annual book-length “magazine.” Over 600 pages of criticism, interviews, debate, commentary and history to inspire love from the comics cognoscenti and scorn from the philistines.
Joe Sacco is interviewed, Al Jaffee and Michael Kupperman converse and Crumb’s Genesis is dissected by a panel of six critics. Not to mention a peek into the sketchbooks of Jim Woodring, Tim Hensley and Stephen Dixon. Plus more, more, more! Gorgeously re-formatted and completely re-designed, The Comics Journal 301 is no mere magazine but a gigantic compendium covering comics past and present that will shock and delight every truly curious comics reader. Edited by Gary Groth, Michael Dean and Kristy Valenti.
Fantagraphics, paperback, 624 pages, published March 2011
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 08 June, 2010.