This issue features Dash Shaw in conversation with Frank Santoro at SPX 2013 (transcribed by Andrew White), essays on Nancy by Dorothy Berry, interviews with Annie Mok and Ed Luce by Zach Mason, an essay on the comics of Marissa Paternoster by Brandon Soderberg, and an essay on sexual assault themes by Laura Knetzger. The cover was drawn by Dash Shaw.
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We finally got this one in stock! THis packed issue features an interview with Maré Odomo conudcted by Annie Mok, a short overview of Polish Comics (who knew?), an interview with Sarah Ferrick conducted by Andrew White, "Contemplative Reality Comics" by Kristina Tzevoka (who also did the cover) a look at modern day vigilantism in indie comics by Anthony Meloro, Tyler Landry's Clav City and Sarah Horrocks's The Leopard by are both reviewed by Cesar Erhard, and Kim Jooha conducts a close reading of the comics of Alexis Beauclair.