My final indie comics-related writing for Wizard: a Special Report from the 1997 Small Press Expo where I followed Jeff Smith for the weekend.
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Was there a future for the small press after the late '90s comic book market crash? I tried to answer that question with this feature in Wizard #77.
Wizard's unofficial small press issue featured a special Palmer's Picks rundown of Ten Small Press Books You Should Own: Hate, Eightball, Dirty Plotte, and more!
Legendary American Splendor writer Harvey Pekar was the subject of a Palmer's Picks column along with his wife Joyce Brabner.
And now for something completely different...an unpublished article about indy comics written for a specialty magazine co-produced by Wizard and Toys R Us.
Wizard turned two years old and I profiled two of the world's greatest cartoonists in my overview of the iconic Love and Rockets from the summer of '93.
Take a look back at what might be the weirdest Christmas list ever assembled: Maus, Bone, Skin, Madman, and more in "Palmer's Picks" from winter 1992.
Troubled self-publisher Martin Wagner, and his comic Hepcats, was the focus of my tenth "Palmer's Picks" column. Where did it all go wrong?
I tackle the controversial Cerebus and its equally contentious creator Dave Sim as I reexamine the second installment of "Palmer's Picks" from 1992.