edited by Mike Dean and Kristy Valenti; Gary Groth, executive editor
7.5" x 9.5"
squarebound softcover with removable logo sticker
Buckle up for a wild ride, as Bob Levin interviews underground-comix legend S. Clay Wilson and survives to tell the tale. This definitive profile covers Wilson’s career and artistic philosophies — but more to the point, it’s a conversation with S. Clay Motherfucking Wilson, which means that it’s anybody’s guess what he’ll say next. This is, as they say, one for the books.
Also in this issue: Box Office Poison author Alex Robinson talks comics with Tom Crippen; Noah Van Sciver presents a cartoon interview with The Poor Bastard creator Joe Matt; an extensive comics section featuring the Center for Cartoon studies’ 2008 graduating class; R.C. Harvey reports from the annual gathering of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists; Dan Vado remembers the beginning of California’s Alternative Press Expo; a preview of Yuichi Yokoyama’s forthcoming book Travel; and much, much more.