A stunning full-color painting by Timothy Truman leads off an issue that features an interview with the creator of Wilderness, Scout, and Hawkworld. Truman has long been known for his vigorous stance on creator's rights, as well as being one of the few star artists to take matters into his own hands and start his very own publishing company. Truman is an intelligent, articulate artist, grilled with customary mercilessness by Gary Groth about the art and business of comics. This extra-special issue also includes such goodies as: Jack Jackson's feature-length review of Giraud and Charlier's "Blueberry" series; an interview with Canadian cartoonist Bernie Mireault (of The Jam fame); an international focus on Caribbean comics; and a sketchbook section by none other than Dan Clowes!
1992 Harvey Award Winner, Best Biographical, Historical, or Journalistic Presentation