It's that time again. Comics Journal #236
takes a long-awaited second look at Creator's Rights with the first of a two-part look at the Marv Wolfman Blade trial
, a 60+ page omnibus transcript excerpt which should prove fascinating reading to anyone with an interest in creator's rights or
Marvel Comics -- we've even put the introduction online for you!
Also: the first of a two-part essay by Bob Levin exploring the history of Dan O'Neill and his notorious Air Pirates, who waged a legendary legal war with Disney over the appropriation of their character, Mickey Mouse, into a sex-and-drug crazed libertine!
PLUS: Lorna Miller went to Barcelona, and all we got was this cool 2-page comic! R.C. Harvey remembers Hank Ketcham! And we've even reprinted two new TCJ
articles on our website: an update of the perpetual trainwreck that is "Rall v. Hellman," and Michael Dean's review of the new Ghost World
Always looking for the story behind the story, it's Comics Journal #236
-- on sale at better outlets nationwide!