On sale date: October 13, 2020
This issue of the award-winning magazine features a career-spanning interview with New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast; asks, "Do we need political cartooning?"; and more.
In this issue, Gary Groth interviews Roz Chast, the New Yorker humor cartoonist turned graphic memoirist (Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?). TCJ #306 focuses on the intersections between comics and politics. It includes op-eds on the importance (and lack thereof) of modern political cartooning. Also featured is a meditation on the creator of the Dilbert newspaper comic strip, Scott Adams; a piece about Daisy Scott, the first African American woman political cartoonist; a gallery of underground cartoonist John Pound’s code-generated comics; portraits of mass shooting victims; a selection of Spider-Gwen artist Chris Vision’s sketchbook pages; and other essays and galleries. Full-color illustrations throughout.
“The Comics Journal [is the] storied arbiter of the indie-comics world.” — NPR
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