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COMICS JOURNAL #167 (Apr 1994) Fantagraphics

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COMICS JOURNAL #167
Date: Apr 1994
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Publisher: Fantagraphics, Inc.

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A Jack Kirby tribute; interview with Paul Mavrides; the second part of the Burne Hogarth interview.

Letters
Blood and Thunder (p.2)

News
Newswatch, “Majestic Files For Chapter 11” (p.11)

Interviews
Paul Mavrides (p.46)
Burne Hogarth (p.84)

Essays
Jack Kirby Tribute (Begins at the Back of the Issue)
Rich Kreiner, “The Museum That Turtles Built” (p.78)

Reviews
Gregory Cwiklik, “Unoriginal Sin” (p.37)
Anne Rubenstein, “Feminine Mistake” (p.39)
Scott A. Gilbert, “Dry Bones” (p.40)
Robert Rodi, “Oscar Winners” (p.42)

Columns
Viva la Comix! (p. 4)
Robert Boyd: Minimalism (p.109)
Hey, Kids! Comics! (p.107)
Hit List (p.114)

Illustrations
Paul Mavrides, Cover
Jaime Hernandez and Joe Sinnott, Back Cover


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