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Hogan's Alley (1994) comic books 2003-2005

  • Issue #11
    Hogan's Alley (1994) 11

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    The magazine of the cartoon arts. In this issue: A look at the daily Spirit strip, with historical analysis and commentary by Will Eisner. Plus: Interviews with Ward Kimball, Dan Piraro and J.J. Sedelmaier; Jaime Hernandez reviews the creative process; wacky Peanuts strips, and a tour of the Charles M. Schulz museum; cartoonists on their worst jobs; Alley Oop: Salesman; and online comic strips. Magazine, 144 pages. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #12
    Hogan's Alley (1994) 12

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    The magazine of the cartoon arts. In this issue: A a long interview with David Silverman, one of the guiding forces behind The Simpsons since it was on The Tracey Ulllman Show. Also: Take a look at the long career of Beetle Bailey, examining his transition from the comics page to comic books. Readers will learn the fascinating secrets behind "Steamboat Willie," the first appearance of Mickey Mouse. Plus: The most important non-cartoonists in cartooning history! This issue also provides a generous sampling of Small Fry, a little-seen strip created by Li'l Abner's Al Capp to raise money for World War II; if you're an Abner fan, you need to see these strips! There's also a look at the short propaganda cartoons of the 1950's that attempted to indoctrinate viewers into The American Way. We also examine the return of Duck Dodgers, the galactic adventurer of the future! Plus: A guide to online comics subscriptions, and which comics character should be President? Magazine, 144 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #13
    Hogan's Alley (1994) 13

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    The magazine of the cartoon arts. In this issue: A career-spanning interview with Bud Blake, who recently retired after 40 years at the helm of the Tiger comic strip. Also: Renowned comics historian Bill Blackbeard examines The Bungle Family, the under-appreciated masterpiece by Harry Tuthill. Check out sequences from 1937 and 1938. The issue also looks at the life and career of George B. Luks, who holds the distinction of being the second artist to draw the seminal Yellow Kid comic strip after its creator, R.F. Outcault, jumped to a competing newspaper. Plus: Mutts goes to Hogan's Alley; Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko - reinventing comics; young cartoonists roundtable; comics in the comics; and Ethel Hays, cartooning pioneer. Cover price $6.95.