Feathers fly in this issue of The Comics Journal as Steve Bissette and Scott McCloud discuss creators' rights with Gary Groth and then engage in a debate on the matter with (among others) Bill Sienkiewicz, Marvel's Steve Saffel, and Vortex's Bill Marks. And there's also a report on the Bill Watterson/Mort Walker slugfest at the Festival of Cartoon Art, in which the creator of Calvin & Hobbes decried the wretched state of comic strips and the loutish greed of syndicates, while the man behind Beetle Bailey rose to give an opposing viewpoint. The cover is an unusual jam between Bissette and McCloud.
1991 Harvey Award Winner, Best Biographical, Historical, or Journalistic Presentation
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