Brought to you by Fantagraphics Books, the leading publisher of alternative comics, The Comics Journal covers the industry from the perspective that comics have been one of the world’s most important art forms since the early 1890s. They believe comics are the most underappreciated art form of our time and deserve to be looked at through critical eyes. From classics like Peanuts to superhero comics, to political satire and especially the underground comic movements, The Comics Journal brings it all to you with passion and artistic flair. Read probing interviews with legends of the alternative comics world, as well as influential new independent comic book artists, thoughtful essays on the comics industry and hard-hitting reviews that have at times gotten The Comics Journal in trouble with the industry. If you see more than just a drawing and recognize the true art in a comic, this journal is for you.