It’s always a good day when a new White Buffalo Gazette lands in the mailbox. “37th Anniversary Issue??” I hear you ask. Publisher Edward Bolman is counting WBG‘s lineage which incudes roots in Bruce Chrislip’s City Limits Gazette that began back in 1980. The title was revived by Steve Willis in the ’90s and, when that run ended, it was revived by Maximum Traffic as the White Buffalo Gazette. After that it was revived by number of other folks for varying lengths of time.
This issue’s got minicomix news, letters to the editor and art and comics by Andy Nukes, Charles Brubaker, Jeff Zenick, Bolman, Chad Woody, Carrie McNinch and Marc Myers, plus a jam page by Buzz Buzzizyk and Jim Siergey.
If you want to get in on the fun get in touch with Edward Bolman. And you should too.
This week I’m listing a ton of great mini-comics and such at eBay to help raise some funds for Poopsheet HQ. There are a bunch up already (see teaser below) with plenty more on the way. Please take a look and if you could share this with your comics pals I’d appreciate it. Thanks!
We’ve hit 10,000 individual entries in the Database!
The honors for entry #10,000 go to Steven Ogden’s reference work, The Brad W. Foster Checklist of Published Works from the 20th Century (1972-2000). That checklist, by the way, contains 2,800 entries just for Brad Foster. And he’s only one man! Or so they say. But that may give you some idea of how much work is still left to be done at the Database.
Thanks, as always, to our patrons for their support. It makes a big difference and it’s nice to know there are folks who believe in a project like this. If you’d like to help the Database get bigger and better please take a look at the Patreon page.
Here’s to the next 10,000!
This is a massive catalog of every (or very nearly every) Brad Foster appearance in print up until January 1, 2000.
I know these progress updates are a bit dull but, hey, this Roy Tompkins art should spice things up a bit, right?
This past week I added 47 new entries to the Database and edited another 62 (added info, added photos, improved photos, etc.). I also scanned 30 covers and cropped and edited another 35. Lots of fun behind the scenes here!
The last entries for last week were a couple of Roy Tompkins’ The Mighty Insect lowbrow art zines from the ’80s (scan above donated by Lou Jacobs). Also recently added were some late ’70s/early ’80s newave comix, a good handful of UK fanzine Fantasy Advertiser and more.
As I type this there are currently 9,960 individual entries in the Database. Will we hit 10,000 this week? We’ll see!
Thanks, everybody, for your continued support. As always, if you have any questions or suggestions about this project please feel free to drop me an email.
Each is in handy A6 format with 28 pages, saddle stitch binding, full-color! Released 24 January, 2017.
š! #27 ‘BFF’ This issue is the result of our open call and contains comics from all around the world about friendship, mainly weird and funny stuff, you’ll like it anyway! Full of discoveries, many new talents in there, 18 of 20 for the first time ever in kuš! Lots of new friends…
There’s a kind of mythology surrounding The Evergreen State College (Olympia, Washington) and its comix history. Here are Matt Groening, Steve Willis, Megan Kelso, Craig Bartlett, Tommy Thompson and Drew Christie on a panel about their experience at Evergreen and later careers.
After finding an underwater base at Water Moon Sigma 14-B, Musclechoo goes inside and loses contact with Iris and then it starts to get really weird… Musclechoo makes a comeback on a new book drawn between August 2014 and December 2016. For fans of Fort Thunder, Ghost in the Shell and Trading Card Games.
Ken Meyer, Jr. looks at a couple issues of FOOM, Marvel’s in-house fanzine of the ’70s, in the latest installment of his “Ink Stains” column at Comic Attack.
FOOM, the Marvel fanzine, not only has in house fun from the Marvel staff and freelancers, but in these issues, a contest for fans! Fans that included future pros Steve Rude, Doug Hazlewood, and many more!