Will Eisner marched to different beat with PS magazine (Los Angeles Times)

By Charles Solomon
Los Angeles Times/Hero Complex
Dec. 27, 2010

Eisner’s well-intentioned but dim Pvt. Joe Dope recalls Snafu; the shapely Connie Rodd may remind some readers of Milt Caniff’s Miss Lace. Eisner fans will enjoy this introduction to a little-known segment of his output, and PS was obviously a success: After 60 years and many artists and editors, the magazine is still going.

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