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City Limits Gazette (Willis) July 1992, #Peeling the toaster

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

Also in this issue: Willis on Dale Luciano and newave comix, the Bil Keane Watch, Bruce Sweeney's "Underground Station" column, CLG Reader Profile of Wayno, Clay Geerdes and Max. Traffic on the "hobby" discussion, and the continuation of the Morty Dog Memorial Library Bad Beatles Countdown.

Unbound, b&w interiors.

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) July 1993, #Nirvana Claw

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

Also in this issue: cover art by one Bil Keane (note the three nostrils!), the beginning of the "Dissmeyer and Datmyers" conspiracy theory, Bruce Chrislip on Westercon, the Bil Keane Watch, a reprinted "Report from Yugoslavia" article by Saša Rakezić, CLG Reader Profile of Bruce Bolinger, the continuation of Gary Usher's Comics Journal Small Press Index, more.

Unbound, b&w interiors.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) June 1991, #meat of the tree

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

Also in this issue: Sweeney's "Underground Station" column", The Bill Keane Watch, a letter from Wayno, and the continuation of the Morty Dog Memorial Library Bad Beatles Countdown.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) June 1991, #¿¿¿¿¿

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Published biweekly.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) June 1991, #¿¿¿¿¿

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

Also in this issue: some discussion of university libraries with comix collections, the Bil Keane Watch (the first not written by Willis), the continuation of the Morty Dog Memorial Library Bad Beatles Countdown, and a couple of drawings by Willis.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) June 1992

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

Also in this issue: logo art by Max. Traffic, readers answer questions, comix reviews by Lynn Hansen, Brad Foster on selling out, and the Bil Keane Watch.

Unbound, b&w interiors.

I believe this issue also came with Willis' State of Beings #11.

Unfortunately, I don't find a way to represent this issue's number, a period (.) with a caret (^) above it. Shaking my fist in the air and cursing Willis didn't seem to help.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) June 1992, #Albanian sponge

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

Also in this issue: the Bil Keane Watch, readers answer questions, Lynn Hansen writes about Ronald Gabriel Vicens II (Gato), CLG Reader Profile of Jeff Nicholson, and the Morty Dog Memorial Library Bad Beatles Countdown.

Saddle-stitched, b&w interiors.

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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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

Also in this issue: comix reviews by Lynn Hansen, an extended Bil Keane Watch, and the continuation of Gary Usher's Comics Journal Small Press Index.

Unbound, b&w interiors.

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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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

Also in this issue: the Bil Keane Watch, Bruce Sweeney's "Underground Station" column (with logo art by Spain), Wayno's "Other Sounds" music column, Gary Usher on Jane J. Oliver's Comix World output, followup news of the Canadian Customs alternative comics seizure, more.

Unbound, b&w interiors.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) March 1991, #bézàngõ

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

Willis contributes a piece on newave cartoonist Gato, his flurry of activity, and sudden disappearance.

The one character I couldn't get right in the issue number is the "n" (it should have a caret over it). That Willis. oh, he's a jokester.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) March 1991, #§¶¿

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

This issue also contains a column from Bruce Chrislip, a letter from Clay Geerdes, and the beginning of the "Morty Dog Memorial LIbrary Bad Beatle Countdown".

City Limits Gazette (Willis) March 1992, #Jobbo Bonobo's Night Terror

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

Also in this issue: an editorial on the purpose of CLG, discussion on selling out, a few MAD Magazine-themed articles reprinted from The Olympian (Olympia, Washington), comix reviews by Hansen, the Bil Keane Watch, readers answer questions, and the continuation of the Morty Dog Memorial Library Bad Beatles Countdown.

Saddle-stitched, b&w interiors.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) March 1992, #§¶§¶§¶§¶§¶§¶§¶§¶§¶

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

Also in this issue: the Bil Keane Watch, more on Eastman/TMNT, a Lynn Hansen column, more on selling out, and a Jerry Riddle logo.

Saddle-stitched, b&w interiors.

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

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

Also in this issue: Jay Kennedy on the then-upcoming updated version of his Underground and Newave Comix Price Guide, an index of Bizarro appearances in DC Comics, CLG Reader Profile of Dennis Pimple, the Bil Keane Watch, Denis Kitchen defends the price of R. Crumb art prints, Lynn Hansen on selling out, more.

Unbound, b&w interiors.

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

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

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

Also in this issue: CLG Reader Profile of Jerry Riddle, comix reviews by Lynn Hansen, Bruce Sweeney's "Underground Station" column (with header art by Spain), more.

Unbound, b&w interiors.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) March 1993, #Zizz

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

Also in this issue: WSU Comix Collection news, "Fighting City Hall in Toronto", the Bil Keane Watch, the continuation of Gary Usher's Comix Journal Small Press Index, back cover comic by Jeremy Pinkham.

Saddle-stitched, b&w interiors.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) May 1991, #5 zillion and six

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

There are also letters from Dennis Pimple and Wayno on the definition of "underground comix" and the state of mini-comics, plus comix reviews by Lynn Hansen.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) May 1991, #blue sky blue

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

Also in this issue: The Bil Keane Watch; Chrislip and Sweeney on underground comix and the mini-comics scene; the continuation of the Morty Dog Memorial Library Bad Beatles Countdown.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) May 1991, #snoodlebee clapsaddle

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

There's also a letter from Jay Kennedy wherein he talks about his plans for the then-upcoming 10th anniversary edition of his Underground and Newave Comix Price Guide (which never came to fruition, unfortunately).

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