Stripped Bare

Gravett, Paul
December 2009
Art Review;Dec2009, Issue 37, p29
The article offers information on the "Jack Survives" comics of Jerry Moriarty. It states that the comics have allowed him to identify and commune with the father he lost in 1953 when he was fifteen. The article notes the publication of the book "The Complete Jack Survives" in which in every strip, drawing and painting has been remastered. The article also discusses Moriarty's "Sally's Surprise" comic which features a teenage girl named Sally.


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