The final installment of our TCJ Winter 2002 Special preview
is now online, as Jaime Hernandez takes us on a trip to the comic book store! Plus we're also offering an extended excerpt from Gary Groth's interview with Joe Sacco on our website as well; not to mention a giant-size copy of the Sacco cover illustration (go to the homepage
an click on the little cover picture for a larger size image)!
And don't forget -- in a just few short weeks, The Comics Journal
Winter 2002 Special ships, clocking in at a perfect-bound 12"x12", with over 60 pages of comics, an extended T.S. Sullivant cartoon gallery (to illustrate the wonderful appreciation by Jim Woodring), a generously illustrated essay on Smokey Stover
by comics historian Donald Phelps, Greg Sadowski's illustrated history of the latter works of Bernie Krigstein (excerpted from the still-in-production second volume of his Krigstein
books), Paul Gravett's overview of the work of reclusive cartoon genius Al Columbia -- there's too much to even hype. Check it out!
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