This edition leads off with a chapter of Jacques Tardi’s brutal masterpiece, “It Was The War of The Trenches” (14 pages, b/w), a harrowing, realistic portrayal of the First World War from the perspective of the individual soldiers; Maurice Vellekoop muses about the rise and fall of a once-famous maestro in “The Same Old Story” (3 pages, full-color); Carol Tyler recounts the tragic history of the death of her sister in the Eisner Award-nominated “The Hannah Story” (12 pages, full-color); French cartoonists Avril & Petit-Roulet contribute their clever, silent strip, “63, rue de la Grange aux Belles” (10 pages, full-color) and New Yorker illustrator Marcellus Hall delivers a hilarious look romance in the classified ads in “Personals” (1 page, b/w). Covers and endpapers by Seth. First printing.
48 page black and white magazine with color covers
Drawn & Quarterly, 1994