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Year: 2003

Falling Star, The

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Asema Minicomic #2 of 4.

Fantasy Theater #13

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United Fanzine Organization / Small Press Syndicate memberzine.

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United Fanzine Organization / Small Press Syndicate memberzine.

Gabagool! #1 Special Edition

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5½ × 8½"
28 pages

Garish Zow #3

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Edited by Tim Goodyear, John Orloff and Michael Allen.

Roughly 7 x 7"
Full-color covers (inside and out)

Get BenT! #10

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This "issue" of Get BenT! is actually five separate mini-comics, all with color covers and wrapped in a color band. Inspired by rock band Queen's "Somebody to Love" the individual minis are titled "Can", "Anybody", "Find Me", "Somebody" and "To Love". Each is on the theme of love and the set is dedicated to the memory of Freddie Mercury.

80 pages total

Green Piece: Year 100 (Director's Cut)

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5½ × 8½"
24 pages, color cover

Gulk #13

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5½ × 8½"
32 pages

Halloween Comix #5

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Photos of Roden in costume are incorporated into the artwork as are lyrics from a couple of Thru Black Holes Band songs.

Color covers.

Heathen #2

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6 × 7¾"
16 pages

Hired Hands

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Roughly 5¾ × 8¼"
24 pages

Horror Comics Review #2

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Horse! and Rider #1

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Ibid #124

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Published for The Esoteric Order of Dagon APA.

Kometes

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Kosmostraitor #2

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Second issue in this series with a different spelling for the title each time.

Ladies Bartholomew #1

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According to the author, this was actually just a preliminary version of this comic. Only a handful of copies were published and handed out to friends.

5½ × 8½"
44 pages

Last Cry for Help #3

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5½ × 8½"
40 pages
Two-color cardstock covers

Maelstrom #8 (1st-2nd)

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The bulk of this issue is an exhaustive index to the first 400 issues of Alan Light's The Buyer's Guide for Comic Fandom. Other features include a tribute to Steve Ditko, "Is Publisher Greed Killing the Comic Book Industry?", commentary on The Comics Journal's "anti-superhero bias", and "Paperbacks, the Unsung Collectible".

1st printing: July 2002
2nd printing: April 2003

Magical Science Robot Zappy

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Roughly 4¼ × 2¾"
16 pages

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