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Publishing Imprint: Golden Gate Features

Heroes' Hangout #7

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Feature on Al Williamson.

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Voice of Comicdom #04

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Voice of Comicdom #05

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Voice of Comicdom #06

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“Meet the Pro” with John Belfi, and articles about Alex Kotsky’s Apartment 3G, The Bond Era by Rudi Franke, and an Australian character named “The Panther” by John Ryan.   Letters from Richard Kyle, Dick Ayers, Steve Perrin, Sid Greene, Murray Boltinoff, Will Eisner.

Voice of Comicdom #09

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Interview with Al Williamson.  “Meet the Pro” feature about John Romita, Sr.

Voice of Comicdom #10

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Main feature is an uncredited article titled “The Growth of Steve Canyon,” illustrated with art by Milton Caniff.

 

Voice of Comicdom #11

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Report about Southwestern Con 1968, article about Mell Graff.

Voice of Comicdom #12

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"Special Walt Disney Issue"

Voice of Comicdom #13

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"Special Alex Raymond Issue"

Voice of Comicdom #14

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Feature on Neal Adams and interview by Mike Friedrich.

Voice of Comicdom #15

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Major format change from unstapled newsletter to saddle-stitched zine with more pages and heavier paper.  Interview with Dick Giordano by Mike Friedrich, article about King Features Syndicate by Rudi Franke, Parts 6, 7 and 8 of Richard Corben’s first published strip, “Monsters Rule,” graphic critique of Will Eisner, and another strip by Corben called “The Lure of the Tower.”

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