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Sitemap During his later life, Will Eisner was so embarrassed by his earliest work that he refused to let it be reprinted. A dozen or so stories were residing in the crypt, no showings offered. At last, you can finally read “Muss ‘em Up,” Yarko, high school year book drawings, and The Black X. Ken Quattro offers a twenty-eight page article which investigates Eisner’s early career in far more depth than any previous journalist. See previously unpublished example of his work as a teen-ager. Also included is an interview with Eisner detailing details never before revealed. Click on the cover for contents and splash pages. Details.