Funny collection of comics starring Howie "the Hat" Patterson and his brother Pete.
No Way #14
The story of Baby Godzilla's life after "Son of Godzilla". Appearance by Howie the Hat.
Two printings: 1st is on off-white 60 lb. stock, 2nd is on tan/parchment.
This is Wayno's first mini-comic and it tells the story of Baby Godzilla's life after "Son of Godzilla". Howie the Hat makes a brief cameo which, I assume, makes this his first appearance.
1st printing: 1985, off-white
2nd printing: Fall 1986, brown ink on tan/parchment. Back cover is different from the 1st.
Humorous A-Z collection of illustrated poems alternately started and finished by Edward Bolman and Wayno.
Appearances by Morty the Dog and Neil Innes.
No Way publication #10.
2nd edition was later published by Jabberwocky Graphix.
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One-of-a-kind, hand-drawn original art comic most likely influenced by Steve Willis' 'Morty Comix' and/or Edward Bolman's 'Naugacomics'.
2½ × 3"
One-of-a-kind, hand-drawn comic most likely influenced by Steve Willis' 'Morty Comix' and/or Edward Bolman's 'Naugacomics'.
Early minicomic by Wayno containing cartoons and comics about collecting records.
8 pages on cardstock.
Pop culture-themed gag cartoons.
Printed on bright orange 60 lb. stock.
Set of postcards featuring musician/bandleader Louis Jordan.
Mondo Howie was a series that collected drawings of Wayno's Howie "The Hat" Patterson by other artists with covers by Wayno himself.
Red ink on yellow stock throughout.
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