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  • Issue #1
    Comics Interview (1983) 1

    Cover by Keith Giffen and Mike DeCarlo. Inside: more interviews than any other magazine! In this issue: Keith Giffen and Roger Slifer tell all about The Omega Men! Plus: is there life after comics? Steve Gerber speaks his mind. And: Who is...Jim Galton? - Marvel's top man talks. Also: Terry Austin on Teen Titans, X-Men and Star Wars; Jim Novak (letterer) on Crystar, Star Wars and Conan; Mike Teitelbaum; and Steve Oliff on Hulk, Moon Knight and Battlestar Galactica. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #2
    Comics Interview (1983) 2

    Cover by Frank Miller. In this issue: first look at Frank Miller's Ronin and a "frank" interview! Plus: Mark Evanier spills the secrets behind Jack Kirby's New Gods; Gene Simmons of KISS speaks out on comics; and Will Meugniot gabs with Gerber about DNAgents, TV animation, Daffy Duck and Spider-Man. Also in this issue: Gary Brodsky and George Roussos. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #3
    Comics Interview (1983) 3

    Cover by P. Craig Russell. In this issue: first look at Killraven, and P. Craig Russell and Don McGregor rap. Plus: Marv Wolfman tells what's next for New Teen Titans, and discusses Vigilante, Superman and Dracula. And: a talk with Gene Pelc, Marvel's man in Japan! Also: from Archie to Red Circle, Dick Goldwater's plans as publisher. Also in this issue: Howard Chaykin, Todd Klein and Bob Larkin. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #4
    Comics Interview (1983) 4

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    Cover by Jim Starlin. In this issue: Jim Starlin's Dreadstar, and a Jim-dandy interview! Plus: DC's driving force Dick Giordano voices his views on violence in comics (part 1); from Foster to Frazetta, Roy G. Krenkel's last interview; and comics writer and retailer Tony Isabella on Black Lightning and Moon Knight. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #5
    Comics Interview (1983) 5

    Cover by Wendy Pini. In this issue: Wendy Pini and Richard Pini discuss ElfQuest (part 1). Plus: Marvel at the movies? Stan Lee goes Hollywood! Also: starting from scratch - Bill Cucinotta, Gerry Giovinco and Phil LaSorda discuss Comico and Grendel; star letterer John Costanza tells all about his other life as an artist; and Dick Giordano (part 2) discusses the JLA, Green Arrow and Daredevil. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #6
    Comics Interview (1983) 6

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    Cover by George Pérez. In this issue: George Pérez on the unpublished JLA/Avengers. Plus: from Doonesbury to Peanuts, Berke Breathed blabs about Bloom County; Heavy Metal art director John Workman; and reaching for the stars, Mike Friedrich argues the case for agents. Also in this issue: Wendy Pini and Richard Pini on ElfQuest (part 2), and colorist Bob Sharen. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #7
    Comics Interview (1983) 7

    Cover by Tod Smith and Mike DeCarlo. In this issue: A talk with Tod Smith and Mike DeCarlo on The Omega Men. Plus: TV star Robert Culp on I Spy, Greatest American Hero and Hulk; veteran inker Jack Abel speaks his mind on DC and Marvel's early days; a conversation with Phil Foglio, Freff and Melissa Ann Singer, the creators of D'Arc Tangent; and Mike Lake and Nick Landau on Judge Dredd, 2000 AD and Nemesis. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #8
    Comics Interview (1983) 8

    Cover by Steve Rude. In this issue: Steven Grant and Mike Baron talk Nexus, Badger and Whisper. Plus: Batman! Superman! JLA! The Teen Titans! The Outsiders! Listen in on a real plotting session for World's Finest Comics #300 with Mike W. Barr, Roger Slifer and David Anthony Kraft. Also in this issue: British editor Richard Burton gabs about Judge Dredd, 2000 AD, IPC and Eagle Comics; Zippy the Pinhead - is Bill Griffith having fun yet?; colorist Tom Ziuko; and a conversation with Warren Reece, the king of comics collecting. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #9
    Comics Interview (1983) 9

    Cover by Walter Simonson. In this god-size issue: Walter Simonson talks Thor, Alien, Star Wars, X-Men and Manhunter. Plus: Joe Kubert discusses DC's Tarzan, Hawkman, Sgt. Rock and Tor; June Brigman on Power Pack; Gardner Fox discusses Hawkman, the Flash and the JLA; Jaxon (Jack Jackson) on Comanche Moon and Los Tejanos; Eclipse Comics publishers Jan Mullaney and Dean Mullaney reflect on the company's early days; letterer Bob Pinaha on A Distant Soil and Black Diamond; and colorist Adrienne Roy illuminates on Teen Titans and Batman. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #10
    Comics Interview (1983) 10

    Cover by Michael Hernandez and Tom Yeates. In this issue: a first look at Aztec Ace! The word from Doug "Moses" Moench (part 1)! Plus: a wacky interview with Steve Leialoha - Star Wars, Coyote, Howard the Duck and Starlin are discussed with the Marvel artist; TV and comics writer Christy Marx on Red Sonja, Sisterhood of Steel and Conan; a rap with sales rep Mark Hamlin on Comico's early days - independents vs. the establishment; and colorist Anthony Tollin on The Shadow, Green Lantern and the JLA. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #11
    Comics Interview (1983) 11

    Cover by John Romita, Jr. More pages! More interviews! More fun! In this issue: Iron Man! Spider-Man! And now...X-Men! A rap with John Romita, Jr.! Plus: Doug Moench (part 2) cuts loose about his career in comics and discusses Six from Sirius, Weirdworld and Red Sonja; editor David Scroggy gabs Rocketeer to Sun Runners and gives all the poop on Pacific Comics; and superstar letterer Tom Orzechowski (part 1) lets it all hang out and talks X-Men and Captain America. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #12
    Comics Interview (1983) 12

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    Cover by José Luis García-López. More pages! More interviews! More fun! In this issue: DC superstar artist José Luis García-López talks Atari Force, Star Raiders and Superman. Plus: Alan Moore speaks his mind on Marvelman, Captain Britain and V for Vendetta; a visit with EC Comics vet Jack Davis, who discusses MAD Magazine, Humbug, Cracked and Trump; Louise Simonson on Power Pack, The Starriors and Conan; and Tom Orzechowski (part 2) on X-Men, Avengers and Elric. Also: are superheroes bad for you? Mister Rogers, TV's neighborhood niceguy, talks TV censorship. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #13
    Comics Interview (1983) 13

    More pages! More interviews! More fun! In this issue: from Marvel to the movies! Conan II! A confab with Gerry Conway, who also discusses Avengers, JLA, Fantastic Four and Firestorm. Plus: Ernie Colon calls 'em as he sees 'em as he talks Conan, Amethyst, Richie Rich and Casper the Ghost; porno princess Kelly Nichols on comics collecting; and from Carl Barks to Muhammad Ali, Don Rosa gabs about his comics and stories (including Pertwillaby Papers and Captain Kentucky). Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #14
    Comics Interview (1983) 14

    Cover by Mike Zeck. In this issue: Secret Wars! Jim Shooter spills the secrets, and also discusses Avengers and Legion of Super-Heroes. Plus: The Comics Journal co-conspirators Gary Groth and Kim Thompson - why they jeer at Marvel. Also: rising star Matt Wagner on Mage and Grendel. And: the return of the Silver Surfer - Steve Englehart springs some big surprises, and also discusses Batman, Coyote, Captain America and Doctor Strange. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #15
    Comics Interview (1983) 15

    Cover by Tim Truman. More pages! More interviews! More fun! In this issue: Grimjack! John Ostrander and Tim Truman on that series, plus Starslayer. Also: from Howard the Duck to Void Indigo with Marvel artist Val Mayerik; beyond ElfQuest, as Richard Pini and Colleen Doran discuss A Distant Soil; an interview with indexer George Olshevsky - Official History of the Marvel Universe; and Steve Gerber on Void Indigo. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #16
    Comics Interview (1983) 16

    Cover by Dan Jurgens and Karl Kesel. In this issue: Legion of Super-Heroes! Dual dialogues with DC's Paul Levitz and Dan Jurgens. Plus: Deadman creator Arnold Drake spills the story of his own secret wars, and discusses X-Men, Teen Titans and Star Trek; Doctor Who artist Dave Gibbons gabs about the British comics brain drain, along with Green Lantern and Superman; and a free comic preview of Southern Knights. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #17
    Comics Interview (1983) 17

    Cover by Bill Willingham. In this issue: Elementals! Do comics and religion mix? Bill Willingham doesn't think so, and also talks Dungeons & Dragons. Plus: from Tarzan to The Lone Ranger with Golden Age great Gaylord Dubois; from The Spirit to The Spectre, a gab with artist Jerry Grandenetti; Joe Colquhoun on Charley's War and Eagle Comics; Sandy Plunkett talks Marvel Fanfare, Defenders and Conan; and Flo Steinberg remembers Marvel's early days. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #18
    Comics Interview (1983) 18

    Cover by Scott McCloud. In this issue: Zot! Charting the universe of rising star Scott McCloud. Plus: Carol Kalish calls 'em as she sees 'em as she discusses Marvel's behind-the-scenes; Rod Reed on writing the original Captain Marvel, and talks Batman and Whiz; and Heavy Metal artist Arthur Suydam muses about music, movies and mudwogs, and talks Cholly & Flytrap and Echoes of Futurepast. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #19A
    Comics Interview (1983) 19A

    In this issue: Judge Dredd vs. Batman? You can help it happen! British superstar artist Brian Bolland spills the big secret! Plus: straight from the horse's mouth...Arn Saba - a conversation with the creator of Neil the Horse! And: salute to American Flagg's Leslie Zahler - Crystal Gayle Marakova's real life counterpart talks about coloring! Cover by Brian Bolland. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #19B
    Comics Interview (1983) 19B

    Special Edition. Interviews with Brian Bolland and Neil The Horse's Arn Saba. Bolland cover. Prestige format squarebound. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #20
    Comics Interview (1983) 20

    Cover by Keith Giffen and Rick Bryant. In this issue: Wally Wood's T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents! A dialog with Deluxe Comics' Dave Singer! Plus: a conversation with X-Men artist Dave Cockrum - from the Nightcrawler mini-series to the new Futurians; Tom Bierbaum and Mary Bierbaum on T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents and Legion of Super-Heroes; what's next for artist Keith Giffen - from Lightning to Spider-Man to Batman to the Ambush Bug and beyond; what's hot and what's not - Chambana Comix Club lets it all hang out; Greg Theakston talks Super Powers; and Arn Saba (part 2) on Neil the Horse. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #21
    Comics Interview (1983) 21

    Cover by Mike Saenz. In this issue: Comics by computer! Shatter - Mike Saenz shares art secrets. Plus: outspoken Marvel animator Rick Hoberg - from Spider-Man to Star Wars to Tarzan, from cartoons to comics; software creator Jon King tells how you can do your own comic with a computer; death of the Micronauts - Kelley Jones has big plans for the future; and Matt Jorgensen on Outrider. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #22
    Comics Interview (1983) 22

    Cover by Fred Hembeck. In this issue: You won't read this in Marvel Age! Whatever happened to Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe? Fred discusses that and Fantastic Four Roast. Plus: British horror master Ramsey Campbell on writing, Stephen King, Berni Wrightson and EC; Swamp Thing artist Tom Yeates talks about Timespirits, Warlord and Conan; and Marvel's unknown inker Andy Mushynsky - from the agony of G.I. Joe to the ecstacy of the Vision & Scarlet Witch. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #23A
    Comics Interview (1983) 23A

    Cover by Neil Vokes and Rich Rankin. In this issue: Robotech! From TV to comics, why Robotech is coming out on top! Producer Carl Macek on the Robotech TV series, and Neil Vokes gabs about Robotech Masters/Macross Saga. Plus: Hugo-winning SF artist Phil Foglio mumbles about Myth-Adventures and Buck Godot. Also: a controversial conversation with Eclipse Comics editor cat yronwode - from "fine" art to not-so-fine comics. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #23B
    Comics Interview (1983) 23B

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    Cover by Neil Vokes and Rich Rankin. In this issue: Robotech! From TV to comics, why Robotech is coming out on top! Producer Carl Macek on the Robotech TV series, and Neil Vokes gabs about Robotech Masters/Macross Saga. Plus: Hugo-winning SF artist Phil Foglio mumbles about Myth-Adventures and Buck Godot. Also: a controversial conversation with Eclipse Comics editor cat yronwode - from "fine" art to not-so-fine comics. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #24
    Comics Interview (1983) 24

    Cover by Sal Buscema. In this issue: from Silver Surfer to Spider-Man to Walter Simonson's Thor, Marvel superstar artist Sal Buscema breaks his long silence; a talk with the team of Max Collins and Terry Beatty on Ms. Tree, Dick Tracy, The P.I.'s and Mike Mist; and Karen Berger discusses Swamp Thing and Amethyst. Plus: ever wonder how to get a letter into your favorite comic? T.M. Maple, mystery man, got over 500 printed! Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #25
    Comics Interview (1983) 25

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    In this issue: a totally awesome book-length interview with Marvel's John Byrne on Hulk, Alpha Flight, X-Men and more! Plus collector's item bonus: 30 full pages of previously unpublished pencil art by Byrne featuring the Fantastic Four! Cover by John Byrne. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #26
    Comics Interview (1983) 26

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    Cover by George Pérez, Dick Giordano and Arne Starr. In this issue: Crisis on Infinite Earths! World-shattering words with DC's Crisis team Marv Wolfman and Bob Greenberger - it's the countdown to the cataclysmic climax! Plus: Stan Drake (part 1) - from Sunset Strip to syndicated strips, the career of a cartoonist from film to the funnies as Juliet Jones, Blondie and Kelley Green are discussed. Also: DC Heroes role-playing game designers Sam Lewis and Greg Gorden know all the secrets...but are they telling? Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #27A
    Comics Interview (1983) 27A

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    Cover by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird. In this issue: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles mania! Those titans of turtle-tude Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird tell all! Would you believe -- Secret Wars...turtle style? Plus: from Star Wars to Japanese comics to Epic with editor Jo Duffy; rip-roarin' writer Peter B. Gillis raps about censorship, comedy and death in comics, discussing Defenders, Micronauts and Shatter; and Stan Drake (part 2) talks Little Orphan Annie, Kelley Green and Blondie. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #27B
    Comics Interview (1983) 27B

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    Special Edition. Cover by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird. In this issue: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles mania! Those titans of turtle-tude Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird tell all! Would you believe -- Secret Wars...turtle style? Plus: rip-roarin' writer Peter B. Gillis raps about censorship, comedy and death in comics, discussing Defenders, Micronauts and Shatter. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #28
    Comics Interview (1983) 28

    In this issue: X-Factor! You've read the hype -- now find out the facts! Artist X-traordinaire Jackson Guice jawbones about mutant mania, and also talks Southern Knights and Micronauts. Plus: inside stories of the industry from inker Bruce D. Patterson, who discusses Green Lantern, Camelot 3000 and Spider-Man. Also: Golden Age great William Woolfolk (part 1) tells tales of legendary times on Captain Marvel and Spirit. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #29
    Comics Interview (1983) 29

    Cover by Michael T. Gilbert. In this issue: Swamp Thing vs. Mr. Monster? The master plans of Elric artist Michael T. Gilbert, including Moorcock's Stormbringer. Plus: from John Byrne to the Grateful Dead - an interview with letterer/editor Mike Higgins; bestselling writer William Woolfolk (part 2) rips the lid off the Golden Age; and a bonus, totally superfluous guide to Teen Titans! Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #30
    Comics Interview (1983) 30

    Cover by Keith Pollard. In this issue: scripter Peter David pumps new life into Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man! Plus: Jan Strnad sounds off about Dalgoda, Sword of the Atom, Flesh & Bones and Mutant World; Brent Anderson on Ka-Zar and Somerset Holmes, and tells why he turned down X-Men; and Anglo artist Angus McKie on So Beautiful & So Dangerous. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #31
    Comics Interview (1983) 31

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    Special Edition. Cover by Frank Miller. In this issue: Frank Miller's Dark Knight; a conversation with Bob Kane about creating Batman; and Batman's forgotten co-creator Bill Finger - his son Fred Finger shares the sad secrets. Plus: where is he now? TV's Robin Burt Ward reminisces. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #32
    Comics Interview (1983) 32

    Cover by Stephen Bissette. In this issue: Swamp Thing...dead at 50? From Swamp Thing to Cloak and Dagger - is Stephen Bissette comics' next superstar? Plus: best-selling SF author Alfred Bester reveals his comics roots, and talks The Stars My Destination and 1940's comics. Also: the Marmaduke newspaper strip's master Brad Anderson on thirty years of syndicated success. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #33
    Comics Interview (1983) 33

    Cover by Alan Weiss. In this issue: Steelgrip Starkey foreman Alan Weiss (part 1) previews Marvel's new hardhat hero, and gabs about Daredevil. Plus: two-fisted tales of ex-New York cabbie Rick Parker, the unknown letterer, who discusses Marvel and the New York art scene. Also: Fantasia's forgotten forefather Jules Engel on Bambi, Mr. Magoo and fifty years of animation. And: John Lennon...Spielberg...Cheech & Chong - the mad times of movie artist Paul Power. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #34
    Comics Interview (1983) 34

    Cover by Bill Sienkiewicz. In this issue: Elektra: Assassin! To fight the killer elite, you'd have to be crazy! Ex-New Mutants madman artist Bill Sienkiewicz on his superstar team-up with Frank Miller. Plus: TV scribe Marty Pasko gives the real story of his stints on Swamp Thing and Superman, and also talks E-Man and Star Trek; Badger, Hero Alliance and T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents inker Rick Bryant on the long and winding road to recognition; and Alan Weiss (part 2) on Warlock and the KISS rock comic. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #35
    Comics Interview (1983) 35

    Cover by Mark Propst. In this issue: Aristocratic Xtraterrestrial Time-Traveling Thieves (or X-Thieves) - the B&W blockbuster is hot and getting hotter! From Southern Knights to X-Thieves - can Henry Vogel and Mark Propst do it again? Plus: Denny O'Neil talks Batman, Daredevil and Green Lantern - twenty years in the big time. And: Squeak the Mouse's controversial publisher Bernd Metz - not one to be bound by customs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #36
    Comics Interview (1983) 36
    • Pedigree: John G. Fantucchio
    • From the John G. Fantucchio collection, but comic does not include a certificate of authenticity.

    In this issue: new universe! Marvel's Epic editor Archie Goodwin gabs about the real story of the 'new universe,' and also discusses Star Wars, Creepy and Eerie. Plus: DC's master of Metalzoic Pat Mills on Doctor Who, 2000 AD, Judge Dredd and Dan Dare. Also: sexploitation? It's all a bum rap, says Bill Black, who discusses Femforce, Dragonfly and the ups and downs of Americomics. And: inker extraordinaire Joe Rubinstein (part 1) talks Spider-Man and Superman. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #37
    Comics Interview (1983) 37

    In this issue: G.I. Joe! Marvel's genius behind the Joes, Larry Hama (part 1) - from Neal Adams to the Broadway stage. Plus: screenwriter Buzz Dixon on the new G.I. Joe movie (no nudity!); star Marvel inker Joe Rubinstein (part 2) - the pen is mightier than the pencil as he talks X-Men and Spider-Man; and Steve Gerber (part 1) on G.I. Joe, Transformers, and Dungeons & Dragons. Also: free preview of Micra. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #38
    Comics Interview (1983) 38

    In this issue: Howard the Duck lays egg! Fowl genius Steve Gerber (part 2) on the Howard the Duck film. His next step: publishing? Plus: from Beany & Cecil to Lady & the Tramp, Willie Ito talks of old times; the surprising saga of super scripter J. Marc DeMatteis (part 1), who discusses Creature Commandos, Moonshadow, Iceman and Defenders; Larry Hama (part 2) talks G.I. Joe, Doctor Strange and Fantastic Four; and producer Gloria Katz on the Howard the Duck film and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #39
    Comics Interview (1983) 39

    Wolverine/Mr. X cover by Dean Motter. In this issue's X-travaganza: of money, mirth and mutants - a wacky interview with Walter Simonson and Louise Simonson on X-Factor and Power Pack. Plus: mysterious Mr. X mentor Dean Motter - his secret origin; Dave Ross (part 1) chats about Alpha Flight and Blue Beetle; Dave Darrigo (part 1) on The Wordsmith; J. Marc DeMatteis (part 2) talks Captain America and Moonshadow; and Ann Nocenti on Longshot, Daredevil, X-Men and New Mutants. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #40
    Comics Interview (1983) 40

    Cover by Bob Burden. In this issue: Warning! Bob Burden interview! Flaming Carrot - a chat with Burden (part 1), the madcap creator, who also discusses Gumby. Plus: Vortex publisher Bill Marks on publishing in the fast lane with Mr. X and Stig's Inferno; Spider-Man's new scripter J. Marc DeMatteis (part 3) on what's in the works for ol' web-head, and also discusses Moonshadow; a dialogue with Dave Darrigo (part 2) on Canadian comics and The Wordsmith; and Dave Ross (part 2) on Alpha Flight. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #41
    Comics Interview (1983) 41

    Cover by Jack Kirby. In this issue: Jack Kirby! The King of Comics calls 'em as he sees 'em and discusses Stan Lee and Marvel. Plus: a rap with the M.C. of 3-D, Todd Reis - sculptor to the stars; Texas rides again - the crew at Elite Comics tells what's new; and Bob Burden (part 2) on Flaming Carrot and Robot Nites. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #42
    Comics Interview (1983) 42

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    Cover by Frank Frazetta. In this issue: an interview with Frank Frazetta, with rare photos and art. Plus: Steve Ringgenberg discusses Nightveil and The Emissary. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #43
    Comics Interview (1983) 43

    In this issue: sex and violence in comics - who's to blame? Will your favorite comics be banned? John Byrne and Frank Miller on sex, violence and censorship in comics. Plus: Milton Griepp on censorship. "The industry did not act courageously last time there was a threat" - Frank Miller; "I view ratings as a hedge against censorship" - John Byrne; "It's censorship, pure -- or not so pure -- and simple" - Jerry Perles. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #44
    Comics Interview (1983) 44

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    Cover by Stan Sakai. In this issue: a conversation with 'critter' creator Stan Sakai - Usagi Yojimbo's raconteur raps. Plus: Jack Kirby, Jerry Siegel and Bob Kane come together in the feature 'Party of Titans' - comics' prime creators palaver over post-prandials; editor Ken Selig calls 'em as he sees 'em, discussing Casper the Ghost, Richie Rich and Hot Stuff; and TV stars Bill Mumy and Miguel Ferrer talk - from Lost in Space to Marvel's Comet Man...and beyond. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #45
    Comics Interview (1983) 45

    Cover by Moebius. In this issue: Moebius at Marvel, plus Heavy Metal, Pilote, Alien and Tron. Also: Roger Armstrong - ghost artist gabs about Little Lulu, Bugs Bunny, Flintstones and Porky Pig; Jean-Marc Lofficier; DC's Richard Bruning (part 1) on Dark Knight and Watchmen; DC's Bob Rozakis (part 1) talks Superman and Centurians; and Bill Woggon and Barb Rausch (part 1) on Katy Keene, Vicki Valentine and Neil the Horse - why modest sales are much better than a million. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #46
    Comics Interview (1983) 46

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    Shadowcat cover by Arthur Adams. In this issue: acclaimed artist Arthur Adams ad-libs answers on X-Men, Gumby and Longshot. Plus: Pulitzer Prize-winning artist Jeff MacNelly takes his "Shoe" out of his mouth and discusses political cartoons; "Man of the Year" Rick Werft - a rap with a real retailer; DC's Richard Bruning (part 2) talks Watchmen and Dark Knight; DC's Bob Rozakis (part 2) on 'Mazing Man and Superman; and Bill Woggon and Barb Rausch (part 2) discuss Katy Keene, Vicki Valentine and Neil the Horse. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #47
    Comics Interview (1983) 47

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    Cover by Charles Schulz. In this issue: the power behind "Peanuts"! An exclusive behind-the-scenes interview with Charles Schulz. Plus: Playgirl's queen of the quill Lynn Williams. And: animation artist Darrell McNeill on Superfriends, Scooby-Doo and Yogi Bear, and why he fought to keep his lips on TV! Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #48A
    Comics Interview (1983) 48A

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    Cover by Dave Gibbons. In this issue: Who watches the Watchmen? We all will in the Watchmen movie! Plus: Alan Moore bids farewell to comics...at least for now! Also: want to know more about the world of the Watchmen? Gaming writers Daniel Greenberg and Ray Winninger spill secrets of the Watchmen role-playing game! And: a rap with reviewer R.A. Jones - from Amazing Heroes to Dark Wolf! Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #48B
    Comics Interview (1983) 48B

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    Special Edition. In this issue: Who watches the Watchmen? We all will in the Watchmen movie! Plus: Alan Moore bids farewell to comics...at least for now! And: want to know more about the world of the Watchmen? Gaming writers Daniel Greenberg and Ray Winninger spill secrets of the Watchmen role-playing game! Cover by Dave Gibbons. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #49
    Comics Interview (1983) 49

    Cover by Ted Boonthanakit. In this issue: MICRA science fiction series a success! From Thailand to South Africa to MICRA with artist Ted Boonthanakit. Plus: Lamar Waldron and Susan Barrows - of wayout weddings, Lightrunner and MICRA. Also: from Dracula to Marvel's Avengers and Squadron Supreme - drama is Bob Hall's game...comics is his fame. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #50
    Comics Interview (1983) 50

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    Entire issue is dedicated to an interview with George Perez, including unpublished and rarely seen art. Perez cover. Cover price $4.50.