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Year: 1993

Brew-Haha

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"The Official Beer Nutz Comix Game" illustrated by Wayno.

Bull Dada Vol. 1, #2

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Small press comics news, reviews and commentary.

Appears to be a memberzine of the United Fanzine Organization, Small Press League, Small Press Syndicate and SCUM.

I'm uncertain if the copy scanned is a first printing or a facsi

Cartoon Loonacy #035

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Some of the contents include: Mike Kazaleh's comics adaptation of Bob Dylan's "Subterranean Homesick Blues", Hank Arakelian's four-page article on Gustave Verbeck's "Incredible Upsidedowns", and a couple of (presumably previously unpublished) Frank Thorne sketches.

Characters appearing in art and comics include: Superswine, Pogo, Harold (he of the Purple Crayon), Gumby and Morty the Dog.

Fewer than 50 copies usually printed (probably more like 25).

Cartoon Loonacy #036

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This issue contains a 15-page story by Brian Buniak that stars Bettie Page and his characters Apricot O'Toon & Babette Quark. It's kind of a talk-show format and features guest panels drawn by Kurt Schaffenberger, Bob Laughlin, Gary Fields, Howard Simpson, George Erling, Howard Bender and Mark Campos.

Other standouts include: TV Guide parody cover by Buniak and three pages of Gene Deitch illustrations from The Record Changer.

Characters appearing in art and comics include: Wolverine, Cap'n Crunch, Stan Lee, Howard the Duck, Joe Camel, Fred Hembeck, Bazooka Joe, Moebius' Arzach, Rocky Squirrel, Cathy, Flattop, Astro Boy, Kermit the Frog, Goofy, Superman, Kitz 'n' Katz, Krazy Kat, Mr. Natural, Joe Matt, Barney the Dinosaur, Beany & Cecil, the Cat in the Hat, Wile E. Coyote, Joe Tater, Bill Clinton, Jessica Rabbit, Dagwood Bumstead, Captain Haddock and Ren & Stimpy.

Fewer than 50 copies usually printed (probably more like 25).

Cartoon Loonacy #037

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Characters appearing in art and comics include: Sylvester Stallone / Rambo, Linus Van Pelt, Dr. Doom, Dr. Radium and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.

This issue also came with a copy of Shel-Tone Catalog #2 (1993).

Fewer than 50 copies usually printed (probably more like 25).

City Limits Gazette (Willis) April 1993, #Zoop

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Published biweekly.

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Published biweekly.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) January 1993, #?(¿)?

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Published biweekly.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) July 1993, #?

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Published biweekly.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) July 1993, #Glue a frog on your head and teach it to sing

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Published biweekly.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) June 1993, #Lumpy fingered parking meter waltzing with no one to the music of silence, in the background a neon merry-go-round spins at a slant with no one aboard

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City Limits Gazette (Willis) June 1993, #Red is for stop, yellow for danger, green is for go, and that's how it is

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Published biweekly.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) March 1993, #**

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Published biweekly.

The issue number is actually #** (two underlined asterisks).

City Limits Gazette (Willis) March 1993, #Ecstatic static on automatic

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City Limits Gazette (Willis) March 1993, #Zizz

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Published biweekly.

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