On sale date: February 11, 2020
This issue of the award-winning magazine shines a light on how comics creators are affected by chronic disease, disability, and our nation's health care system.
This issue also features a document that is significant not only in terms of comics history — but American history, as well. Created by the civil rights organization SNCC (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee) and the Black Panther Party in 1967, this hand-printed zine is a report about a black community in Alabama that attempted to take back their voting rights in their local elections. There is also a profile on cartoonist Kevin Huizenga (Ganges), and much more.
“The Comics Journal has returned to print. It turns out it was well worth the wait, and it could not be more timely.” — Print
- Paperback / Softback
- 7.7" × 9.8"