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Edited by Jon B. Cooke. A career-spanning, in-depth interview with comics phenom Terry Dodson, from breaking into comics at Malibu with Mantra, growing into the quintessential Harley Quinn artist, avoiding a multitude of trouble with Trouble, bouncing between DC (Wonder Woman), Marvel (X-Men), and independents (Red One) and his current Adventureman series with Matt Fraction. TwoMorrows, 2021.

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A career-spanning, in-depth interview with comics phenom Terry Dodson, from breaking into comics at Malibu with Mantra, growing into the quintessential Harley Quinn artist, avoiding a multitude of trouble with Trouble, bouncing between DC (Wonder Woman), Marvel (X-Men), and independents (Red One) and his current Adventureman series with Matt Fraction.

Then his go-to inker and wife Rachel Dodson shares a few words about working with Terry! Plus we chat with ’70s/’80s portfolio and pro-zine king Sal Quartuccio about his early achievements with prozines Phase and Hot Stuf’, and decades of publishing portfolios and art prints — and the rise and fall of the same.

R. Crumb, Denis Kitchen, and others discuss the weird history of Don Dohler’s underground comix character Pro Junior, and we take a look at Will Eisner’s Valentines to his wife, Ann!

Ken Meyer, Jr. looks at the great fanzines of 40 years ago, including rare work by Steranko, Ken Barr, Richard Corben, Mike Zeck, Steve Ditko and Alex Toth, among many others (a subject near to my heart, since I sold just about ALL these vintage little puppies back in the 1970s).

And, of course, there’s the usual cast of regulars: Rich Arndt, Kendall Whitehouse, Darrick Patrick, and the latest from Hembeck!

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