The Comics Interpreter Volume 1 #6 by Robert Young
You know, I wasnâ€™t sure if I should give this its own page or not. Itâ€™s not an issue of whether or not it deserved it, because I enjoyed both of these. It was just because it isnâ€™t a comic, itâ€™s a zine about comics. Then I remembered that my decisions only have to make sense to me, so here it is. This one has an interview with both of the Hernandez Bros, which is worth the price of admission right there. The rest of the issue is a tribute to them, with all sorts of people commenting on their place in comics and what the Brosâ€™ contributions to the field have meant to them. And, while I never really got into him, thereâ€™s also an interview with Jamie Delano. You might be better off going with #5 if youâ€™re shooting for more of an overview of mini comics, as the theme for this issue is pretty specific. As for the actual layout of the zine, there are a couple of things that I could nitpick about, but I just donâ€™t see any reason to. If he keeps this up we might get a viable alternative to The Comics Journal after all. Well done, and everybody out there should send him money so he keeps it up. Weâ€™d all be a lot better off if this zine does wellâ€¦
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