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Year: 1983

Clem and Wojo #6

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Cobra, The #1

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Collectors' Marketplace #1

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Comet Tales #01

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Comix Wave #12

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The Joe Zabel cover features characters originally drawn by other newave cartoonists elsewhere (such as Clay Geerdes, George Kochell, Par Holman, Clark A. Dissmeyer, Parsonavich, David Miller, John Howard, etc.) in distressing commentary about the place of minicomix.

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Comix Wave #15

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Comix World #214

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Photos of Jay Kennedy and Diana Schutz.

Comix World #220

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Comix World #225

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Photos of Harvey Kurtzman, John Stanley, Larry Todd, Boris Vallejo, April Campbell and Bruce Jones.

Comix World #226

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