Hogan's Alley #22



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Comic strip fans rejoice, it's another issue of "The Magazine of the Cartoon Arts"! Every issue is full of interesting articles and fun and quirky features on the obscure regions of comic books, animation, and especially comic strips.

Eisner Award winner for Best Comics Periodical

In this issue:

  • Jean Kilbourne recounts sexual harrassment by Al Capp (Li'l Abner).
  • An interview with cartoonist George Booth on his early years before The New Yorker.
  • African-American cartoonists talk about the changes they've seen--and haven't seen--in syndicated cartooning.
  • Oh, Madam! Sergio Aragones' Fanny Hillman books.
  • The Long-Running Comic Book Career of Jerry Lewis.
  • Reporters and newspapermen in the history of comics.
  • Betty Brown, comic strips' first female degreed professional.
  • An interview with Doug Wildey and the Birth of Jonny Quest.
  • Derf Backderf (My Friend Dahmer) in his studio.
  • And more!


Condition & Attributes

Light bump to one corner otherwise Very Fine

Publishing Information

Atlanta, GA
Bull Moose Publishing

Physical Description

11 inches
8.5 inches
144 pages
black & white
color wraps