Also not to be missed is a letter from the famed Arnold Drake, who writes in to correct a misconception about a character he co-created, Deadman, that saw print in a previous issue. Though firm about his version of the facts, the letter is gracious throughout, and I take it as a symbol of the goodwill that TwoMorrows has built up. Drake seems quite proud to have his work acknowledged so lovingly, and the frank dialogue here is evidence of the soundness of the TwoMorrows policy (across its publications) to quote their sources in full and leave any editorializing largely to those self-same creators. A stance of worshipful awe wont do a critic much good, but its a fine policy for curators compiling a catalogue raisonn, which is what the TwoMorrows publishing operation amounts to for comic book artists and writers. Read Full Review
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