The Comics Journal 152, August 1992, part 2

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The Comics Journal 152, part 2 – we continue comparing and contrasting mainstream and alternative comics. Chris Claremont, Alan Moore, Evan Dorkin, and David Mazzucchelli talk about their experiences inside and outside of the Marvel/DC machine.

• Chris Claremont’s first big interview after leaving his 17-year position as X-Men writer

• Alan Moore on the current state of comics and culture

• A young Evan Dorkin talks Milk & Cheese, Bill & Ted, Pirate Corps, Deadline magazine, comics retail, Marvel, wrestling, music, and art

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• David Mazzucchelli turns self-publisher with Rubber Blanket! He also talks about Daredevil and Batman

• Justin Green’s sketchbook

• The first Artist Edition?

Supplemental links for later viewing:

* Kim Thompson Ronin 1 review (from Comics Journal 82, July 83):

* Vice interview with Issei Sagawa:

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