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Year: 1965

Adventure Heroes' Hide-a-way #03

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Published for members of the Adventure Heroes Club.

Contents include: "Herbie vs the Thing" (a battle in prose form); a Laserman ama-hero strip; a couple of Golden Age comic reviews; article on Superman; membership list; more.

Characters appearing in fan art include: Captain America, Giant-Man, Ant-Man, Human Torch

Ditto printed.

Adventure Heroes' Hide-a-way #06

Category:Fanzines
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Published for members of the Adventure Heroes Club.

Contents include: a checklist of Justice Society of America appearances; All Star Comics review; a bit of fan fiction from the street's of Marvel's NYC; more fiction; spotlight on Enemy Ace; more.

Characters appearing in fan art include: Shield (Archie), Nukla, Fighting American, the Watcher, Captain America, Spider-Man

Ditto printed.

Adventure Heroes' Hide-a-way #07

Category:Fanzines
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Published for members of the Adventure Heroes Club.

Contents include: "To the Defense of the Present Superman" article; discussion of the Comics Code; article on Mighty Samson; article on the Mighty Crusaders; more.

Characters appearing in fan art include: Fantastic Four, Mighty Crusaders, Mighty Samson, Spider-Man

Ditto printed.

There may be other contributors not listed above (artists I couldn't discern).

Amateur Producer's Magazine #3

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Fan magazine devoted to amateur filmmaking. Contains work by Mickey Schwaberow, Steve Kelez, Don Glut, Marty Arbunich and others.

Characters appearing in fan art: the Spirit, Captain America, Superman, Frankenstein's monster, Captain Marvel (Shazam), King Kong, Spy Smasher

Amtorian #2

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Contents include "The Founding of the House of Info" by John McGeehan and artwork by Mike Royer.

Batmania #05

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Batman-themed fanzine. Contents include: article on Robin's solo stories in Star Spangled Comics; address list of Batmanians; full-page ad for Biljo's The Eye #1; Batman-related sightings in the media; more.

Characters in fan art include: Batman, Robin, Crazy Quilt, Dante Leonardo

Ditto/mimeo, side-stapled.

Batmania #07

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Batman-themed fanzine. Contents include: "Batman Before Robin, Part II" article; report on Con-Cave '68 (New York Comic Con); profile on collector Marty Arbunich; The 007 Collector #1 (four-page bound-in supplement); Batman-related sightings in the media; ads; more.

Characters in fan art include: Batman, Robin, Hugo Strange, James Bond, Bat-Mite

Ditto/mimeo, side-stapled.

CAPA-alpha #004

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No membership roster given.

Cover by Ronn Foss

Contributions include Looking Back and Ahead (Foss), Operation Ishfael (Moslander), Agent X Reporting (Bails), House of Info (McGeehans), The Authoritative Guidebook for the Bewildered Comic Pro (Weingroff via Bails), A Clipping for Your Files (Bails), The Chopping Block (Robertson), Kid Stuff? (Kuhfeld) and Heavy Water #1 (Patten)

Reproduction by ditto and mimeograph

Back cover by Fred Patten and Jack Harness

CAPA-alpha #005

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Membership roster not given

Cover by Howard Keltner

Contributions include Agent X Reporting (Bails), Edgemar Milk is Supermilk (bumper sticker inclusion, Patten), Operation Ishfael Part Two (Moslander), The World of Ryandom (Ryan), Richard Kyle's Wonderworld #3 (Kyle), Shmoz #1 (Castora), Secrets Behind All-Star Comics (Bails), The Rambling Roamer #2 (Jackson), Heavy Water #2 (Patten), Miss Suzy Fandom (Miller), Barton Werper - Apprentice Imitator (Hulan), Listen Here! (Gambaccini), Questionnaire for CAPA-alphans (Bails), Looking Back - And Ahead (Foss)

Reproduction by ditto and mimeograph

Back cover by Ronn Foss

CAPA-alpha #006

Category:APAs
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Membership includes Jerry Bails, Paul Gambaccini, Daniel Alderson, John and Tom McGeehan, Glen Johnson, Richard Kyle, Marc Nadel, Pete Jackson, David Kaler, Duncan Robertson, Howard Keltner, Al Kuhfeld, Elliot Brill, Ronn Foss, John Ryan, Dennis Richard, Paul Moslander, Roy Thomas, Fred Patten, Raymond Miller, Phil Castora, Richard Weingroff

Applicants include Derrill Rothermich, Joseph Wehrle, Coreen Casey, Richie Benyo, Gary Behymer, Don & Maggie Thompson

Cover by Jerry Bails

Contributions include Agent X Reporting (Bails), Index to Periodical Literature #2 (Brill), Checklist to First Heroic Age #2 (Keltner), ROY-al Ramblings #1 (Thomas), Listen Here #4 (Gambaccini), Heavy Water #3 (Patten), Shmoz #2 (Castora), Hints: Repro with Spirit Duppers (Bails), Sounding Off (Kaler), Wandering Miner #1 (Rothermich), The World of Ryandom #2 (Ryan), Summation of K-a #1-3 (Alderson), By-Laws of CAPA-alpha (Bails), Membership Roster (Bails)

Reproduction by ditto and mimeograph

Back cover by Jerry Bails

Comic Advertiser, The #4

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Adzine with writing Whiz Comics and a Howard Rogofsky deal gone bad.

Characters include: The Atom, Golden Age Sandman, Captain America

Ditto, side-stapled.

Dum-Dum #4

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Newsletter/friendzine distributed to members of The Burroughs Bibliophiles from the publisher of The Burroughs Bulletin. Contains artwork by Jeffrey Catherine Jones.

Famous Fantasy Films #1

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Mission statement from first page: "Are you sick and tired of puns?  Are you vexed at seeing the same monster pictures and information repeatedly printed?  Do you enjoy reading magazines which contain over 25% advertising?  If these are your complaints, Famous Fantasy Films will try to alleviate them."  

 

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