Contents include: article on Flash Gordon; ama-hero comic strips (Freedom Fighter, Astro); article on Star Studded Comics (Canada); a Conan comics adaptation ("The Usurper"); more.
Contents include: article on the Heap; a retelling of "Mandrake the Magician and the Midnight Monster" Big Little Book; "The History of Flash Comics" article; Airboy info and artwork; commentary on the new element of fandom, comic dealers; more.
Characters in fan art include: Sub-Mariner, Flash (Golden Age)
Ditto, 23 pages (most are one-sided), top-stapled.
Contents include: "The Comics Market Today" article; three pages of parody covers (Fantastic Four, Atom, Superman family); John McGeehan's list of known comics fanzines; article on the Phantom; more.
Characters in fan art include: Phantom, Magnus, Robot Fighter
Ditto, 20 pages (17 sheets, most are one-sided), corner-stapled.
Contents include: a seven-page American Man ama-hero strip; sale/want lists (Howard Rogofsky, Mike Vosburg, Jerry Bails, others); a look at some obscure Golden Age characters; warnings about unscrupulous fans; letters; more.
Characters in art include: Shock Gibson, Captain Freedom, Black Cat, Pat Parker
There was a third person in TRIAD (another Foss but I'm not sure about the first name).
Two-sided flyer advertising The Complete MAD Checklist #1, The Complete EC Checklist (Full Edition) and The Complete MAD Checklist #2 supplement.
Published circa 1963-64.
Adzine, with cover by Bernie Wrightson. This was the only issue.
Contents include bid endorsements from Fritz Leiber and others, talk about the local scene, photos and more. Edited by Tom Reamy (Trumpet) and Rosemary Hickey.
Also contains illustrated ads for Carl Gafford's Minotaur, Differo (with a Steve Ditko Mr. A drawing), Gary Acord's Wotta World, Riverside Quarterly, Star-Studded Comics (with a beautiful Bruce Berry drawing) and others.
Features ads for Trumpet #10, Mount to the Stars #2, Eon #4, Star-Studded Comics #16, Guts #5, Steranko’s Talon, Black Oracle #2, Comic Book #4, All Dynamic #3, Fantastic Fanzine, and Wotta World #1.
Poster designed by Shel Dorf for the July 24-25, 1965 show depicting Lon Chaney (Phantom of the Opera). Presumably printed in 1965.
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EC fanzine. Title changed to Seraphim with issue #4.
Features front cover by George Barr, back cover by Steve Ditko, fiction by Frank Littman, and strips by Mike Bennett, and Terry & Pat McGreal.
Eon #3 ad from RBCC #64.
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