Fandom House was a comics collective in Colorado led by Dennis Pimple. Other members of the group included T. Motley.
For a number of years they published regular catalogs in which they carried not only their own publications but also those of other publishers which made them one of the few worthwhile mini-comics distributors.
This catalog's full of descriptions (including many art samples) for comix created and/or published by Bob Conway's Phantasy Press, Jim Blanchard, Matt Howarth / Howski Studios, Chris Bors' One Man Studio, Julie Doucet, Ace Backwords, Starhead Comix, Bruce Chrislip, Mary Fleener, Chris Cilla, T. Motley, High School Comics, Jabberwocky Graphix, Colin Upton and many others.
Copies with bright orange covers also exist (although that one doesn't indicate publisher and may be Tom Hart).
24 or 28 pages?
Gag cartoons and musings on the subject of meditation.
Saddle-stitched, b&w interiors.
A page of fanzine reviews is the sole editorial content.
Includes ads for The Menomonee Falls Gazette, Graphic Illusions #1, The Collector #26, The Comic Reader, Worldbeater
Frazetta posters, The Monster Times, Erb-Dom, Chronicle #2, Heritage #1b, and various Middle Earth portfolios and prints.
Letters page includes letters from Bruce Hamilton, Sal Quartuccio, and Richard Garrison.
Features include an interview with John Severin, and fanzine reviews.
Includes ad for The Collector #27, The Menomonee Falls Gazette, The Comic Reader, Phantasmagoria #3, The Monster Times, Space & Time #17, Graphic Illusions #1, Heritage #1b, Erb-Dom, Chronicle, and various Middle Earth portfolios and prints.
Letters page includes letters from Kenneth Smith, Bill Black, and Mark Burbey.
Features include Part One of an interview with Richard Corben, and fanzine reviews.
Includes ads for Ragnarok #2, Gordon Bailey’s Fandom Newsstand Catalog, and various Middle Earth portfolios and prints.
Letters page includes letters from Jim Jones, and Duffy Vohland.
Features include Part Two of an interview with Richard Corben. Part Three was scheduled for issue #6, but was bumped by an “Inside Comix” feature. Issue #6 was the final issue, and the third part of the Corben interview would never appear.
Includes ads for Eternity Science Fiction, The Collector #27, and various Middle Earth portfolios and prints.
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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.