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Cryogenic Comix #03 (Danger Room)

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In 2005 Steve Willis reprinted most (if not all) of his back catalog in editions of only five copies each. They were originally sold at the Danger Room comic book store in Olympia, Washington.

Cryogenic Comix #07 (Danger Room)

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In 2005 Steve Willis reprinted most (if not all) of his back catalog in editions of only five copies each. They were originally sold at the Danger Room comic book store in Olympia, Washington.

Cryogenic Comix #14 (Danger Room)

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In 2005 Steve Willis reprinted most (if not all) of his back catalog in editions of only five copies each. They were originally sold at the Danger Room comic book store in Olympia, Washington.

Cryogenic Comix #18 (Danger Room)

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This issue contains the only existing 16 pages of Willis' abandoned adaptation of MacBeth (attempted shortly after Tragedy of Morty, Prince of Denmarke).

Originally published in 1998 in an edition of 43.

Cardstock cover.

In 2005 Steve Willis reprinted most (if not all) of his back catalog in editions of only five copies each. They were originally sold at the Danger Room comic book store in Olympia, Washington.

Delaware Valley Comicart Convention 1978

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Program book for the 2nd annual convention.

Dinosaur Comics

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Prehistoric funnies by Jacques Boivin.

1st printing: ?
2nd printing: 1983

Dog Comix #01 (1st-2nd)

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1st printing: 1988
2nd printing: April 1991

Dog Comix #03

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Dog Comix #04 (1st-2nd)

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1st printing: 1989
2nd printing: April 1991

Dog Comix #05 (1st-2nd)

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1st printing: 1990
2nd printing: April 1991

Dog Comix #06

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Dog Comix #10

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Appearances by Breaking Bad's Heisenberg and Batman (as dogs)

Dog of Dawn, Dog of Dusk (Danger Room)

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In 2005 Steve Willis reprinted most (if not all) of his back catalog in editions of only five copies each. They were originally sold at the Danger Room comic book store in Olympia, Washington.

Dogman and Other Stories

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Oversized collection of poems by Paul Fisher packed with illustrations and comix by Hunt Emerson. Introduction by comedian John Dowie.

Comb-bound.

Dogtown Zoo #1 (Danger Room)

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Contents include "A Crude Story", "Deep in the Heart of Saturn", "Zombie Hoosiers", "Lightning in the Afternoon", "Will Amos Bite the Big One?" and "Ear Wax".

In 2005 Steve Willis reprinted most (if not all) of his back catalog in editions of only five copies each. They were originally sold at the Danger Room comic book store in Olympia, Washington.

Erwin Mouse #1

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Erwin Mouse #2

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Erwin Mouse #3

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Fe-Mail #01

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A virtual archive of mini-comics, fanzines, small press comics, newave comix and related items. The physical archive, housed at PF headquarters, is being built with personal acquisitions as well as generous donations from supporters. This project is most definitely a work in progress.