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October 27, 2009


Subscriber Letter: TCJ Moves More Dramatically On-Line; Print Version To Come Out Two Times A Year

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Fantagraphics' The Comics Journal has announced via subscriber letter (scanned version above; large scanned version available by clicking through the above) that they'll be moving more of their coverage on-line after the forthcoming issue #300. This will correspond to making the print version of the magazine a larger, apparently more substantial publication that will come out twice a year. Included in the longtime, award-winning magazine's efforts on-line will be more of the features through which the magazine made its name known -- including its interviews -- and what appears to be a number of staff bloggers added to the roster.

The magazine, first published under its current leadership in 1976, currently offers several things on-line including a well-known message board, a number of archived articles, and Dirk Deppey's Journalista!. A competing, on-line version of the magazine with separate content ("TCJ On-Line") was published briefly in 1997-1998.
 
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