Second part of an interview with Dave and Deni Sim (Loubert).
"Maus and Other Topics" by Harvey Pekar, interview with Mark Evanier, Robert Crumb and Gil Kane in discussion.
A few artists are unidentified: Daredevil on p. 30, Submariner on p. 32, Thor on p. 34, Batman on p. 35
In 1987 Steve Willis announced that he was killing his Morty the Dog character for good this time (or so he said). So the team of Hal Hargit and David Tosh got a bunch of cartoonists together to produce this thick "affectionate tribute/roast/eulogy" for the character (and his creator, of course).
* Morty meets Fritz the Cat (courtesy of D. Tosh)
* a gorgeous Morty centerspread by Jeff Gaither
* Steve Willis as a Matt Feazell stick character
* Wayno's story in which Morty meets Howie the Hat (sort of) and speaks only in lines from classic R&B songs
* Ted Bolman's "The Mortys Steve Didn't Draw"
* an 8½ × 11" fold-out jam by Willis and most of the contributors
Includes fold-out centerspread.
"It Has No Story, and It's Only Part of a Small Cult Phenomena
Low-Budget 'Pataphysics Made Easy"
Somewhat dadaistic comix wherein Morty the Dog goes to Heaven but is sent back to Earth as a man.
Appearance by Snoopy.
Printed on cardstock.
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