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This issue features Creig Flessel, Bert Christman, and The Golden Age Sandman! All this, and Michael Chabon, too! Behind a brand new full-color Sandman cover, painted by Creig Flessel! In this issue there’s a focus on 1930s-40s artist Creig Flessel, one of DC’s earliest illustrators, and artist of the original Sandman. He's interviewed by Jim Amash, and asked about the Golden and Platinum Ages. Along with the interview is rare and vintage art by Jack Cole, Joe Shuster, Shelly Mayer, Fred Guardineer, Chad Grothkopf, Bill Ely, Gill Fox, and other comics talents! Plus, in-depth coverage on 1940s writer/artist/creator Bert Christman by Dave Armstrong, with never-before-seen photos and art — everything from “Sandman” to the Flying Tigers! Michael Chabon, creator of The Escapist and Luna Moth, tells Roy Thomas about researching his 2000 Pulitzer- winning novel The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, featuring art by Will Eisner, Gil Kane, Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers, Mart Nodell, and Shelly Moldoff! Plus: FCA with Marc Swayze, C.C. Beck, and a bit on Otto Binder’s “lost” Jon Jarl story. Also, Michael T. Gilbert and "Mr. Monster’s Comic Crypt." Lastly, Bill Schelly on comics fandom, and Alex Toth on whatever he feels like talking about!