The Comics Journal Winter 2002 Special

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Gary Groth
Fantagraphics Books, 2002 - Literary Criticism - 156 pages
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2001 marked the 25th anniversary of The Comics Journal, a monthly magazine celebrated as the most outspoken forum for criticism and debate, as well as for its long, career-spanning interviews with the most highly regarded cartoonists. Twice a year the Journal publishes a special coffee table theme edition, featuring extensive essays and cartoons commissioned especially for the book. This winter edition spotlights Joe Sacco, whose Safe Area Gorazde garnered more favourable press than any graphic novel since Maus.

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Gary Grothis the co-founder ofThe Comics Journaland Fantagraphics Books. He lives in Seattle.

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