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Year: 1995

Troubletown #4: Contract with Troubletown

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Cardstock cover printed (thermographic?) in silver ink.

True Teen Crime Stories #2

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Based on the true story of several murderous young women.

5½ × 8½"
16 pages

View, The #1

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Virginia Dare Souvenir Comic Collection #1

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Collects the Virginia Dare show announcements drawn by J. Bradley Johnson in comics form ("because I don't like to put up flyers").

Two-color screenprinted covers.

White Buffalo Gazette #Mail Me Mask Art (November 1995)

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The White Buffalo Gazette is the newsletter / zine that took the place of Steve Willis' City Limits Gazette when it was retired (and it was originally inspired by Bruce Chrislip's zine of the same name as well as Clay Geerdes' Comix World newsletter). Several editors have published their own WBG over the years and it generally always contained comics, art, letters and info on new releases.

This issue is from Max Traffic's original run.

The Mark Campos cover depicts underground comix icons such as R. Crumb's Mr. Natural, the Freak Brothers, Trashman, Binky Brown, Snappy Sammy Smoot and others.

There may be more contributors than listed above.

7 × 8½"
12 pages plus insert

White Buffalo Gazette #The Walrus Was Willis (July 1995)

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The White Buffalo Gazette is the newsletter / zine that took the place of Steve Willis' City Limits Gazette when it was retired (and it was originally inspired by Bruce Chrislip's zine of the same name as well as Clay Geerdes' Comix World newsletter). Several editors have published their own WBG over the years and it generally always contained comics, art, letters and info on new releases.

This issue is from Max Traffic's original run.

There may be more contributors than listed above.

7 × 8½"
12 pages

White Buffalo Gazette #Timothy Leary's Dad (December 1995)

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The White Buffalo Gazette is the newsletter / zine that took the place of Steve Willis' City Limits Gazette when it was retired (and it was originally inspired by Bruce Chrislip's zine of the same name as well as Clay Geerdes' Comix World newsletter). Several editors have published their own WBG over the years and it generally always contained comics, art, letters and info on new releases.

This issue is from Max Traffic's original run.

Contents include a profile of Elizabeth Watasin by Gary Usher.

There may be more contributors than listed above.

7 × 8½"
16 pages

White Buffalo Gazette (?? 1995)

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There's no number designation on this issue of WBG but it appears it was published in 1995.

Contents include Gary Usher's "Obscuro Spotlight" (probably originally intended for Steve Willis' City Limits Gazette) on Comix World's Clay Geerdes.  This Spotlight includes a one-page bio of Geerdes and six-and-a-half pages listing every Comix World/Comix Wave publication in Usher's collection.

Xeno's Arrow #4

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Zoomcranks #12

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Jeff Zenick documents a visit to Berkeley (including several drawings of Telegraph Avenue sights). Blair Wilson draws a comic starring barnyard animals, of all things. Gary Usher adapts "Do You Know the Difference Between Big Wood and Brush" by Gary Roberts and the Satellites.

Edited by Mark Cunningham and Jenny Zervakis.

7 × 8½"
36 pages
2-color cover

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.