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Comic Phobia #1

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Two-color cover.

Magazine size?

The cover image in this entry was taken from a news release in Fan Scene #4 (Kevin Collier, 1985). A proper cover scan would be preferable.

Comics Talk #1

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Interview with Arn Saba (now Katherine Collins) of Neil the Horse fame.

The cover image was taken from a news release in Fan Scene #2 (Kevin Collier, 1984). A proper cover scan would be preferable.

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Interview with Francis Mao.

Published in 1985?

Possibly two printings.

Initial entry created from "newly released" info (not a review) in Fan Scene #3 (Kevin Collier, 1985).

Comics Talk #3

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Interview with Walt Simonson, cover by Francis Mao.

Published in 1985? Midmag format (7 x 8½")?

The cover image in this entry was taken from a review in Fan Scene #4 (Kevin Collier, 1985). A proper cover scan would be preferable.

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Cowboy Roy

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Das Kampf

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from Comixjoint.com

 

There are two printings of this comic book. The 1st printing (about 100 mimeographed unbound sets) was produced by Vaughn Bodé in 1963. The 2nd printing (3,000 copies) was published by Walter Bachner and Bagginer Productions in 1977 and had a $2.50 cover price. There is also a limited “Publisher’s Edition” of the 2nd printing, which is comprised of 50 numbered and signed (by Walter Bachner) copies.

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Published in 1987?

Deliver Us From...

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Collection of a Tony Consiglio story that originally ran in his Double Cross series.

Desperate #06

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Desperate #07

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Cover printed on marbled stock.

Desperate #09

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Dirtbag #7

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Doppelganger

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Great collection of self-portraits by Jim Ryan for which he utilized a variety of media.

An interesting note: The inside cover states, "The pictures are named after redoubtable science fiction stories by various authors."

Double Cross! #12

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Double Cross! #24

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No publication date within.

Dr. Roberts #1

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EC Lives! 1972 EC Fan Addict Convention Program

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Edited by Ron Barlow.  Design and layout by Barlow, and Leslie Cabarga.  Features profiles of EC staff, article titled “EC on Film” by Bhob Stewart, and black-&-white reprints of classic EC stories by Joe Orlando, Graham Ingels, Al Williamson, Wally Wood, Reed Crandall, Frank Frazetta, and George Evans.

Elak of Atlantis

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Collects the Elak stories from Weird Tales Magazine.

Cover illustrated (maybe interiors too) by Brad W. Foster.

The cover image in this entry was taken from a news release in Fan Scene #4 (Kevin Collier, 1985). A proper cover scan would be preferable.

Elasticworm Vol. 1, #7

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A virtual archive of mini-comics, fanzines, small press comics, newave comix and related items. The physical archive, housed at PF headquarters, is being built with personal acquisitions as well as generous donations from supporters. This project is most definitely a work in progress.