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Tags: Edgar Rice Burroughs

Burroughs Bulletin #17

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Edgar Rice Burroughs fanzine. Contains artwork by Jeffrey Catherine Jones, Roy G Krenkel and John Celardo.

Burroughs Bulletin #18

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Issue devoted to artist and writer Bruce Jones, featuring an auto-bio by Jones, and three strips by Jones, including two featuring Tarzan.

Collector, The #27

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Contents include: article on Edgar Rice Burroughs adaptations from DC Comics (Tarzan, Korak, John Carter); "The Legacy of Edgar Rice Burroughs" article; a look at ERB character Ghek; an eight-page NoMan story by Pinkoski (T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents); portfolio of western art by Don Newton; a Greenhorn comic by Hanley (Marvel/DC parody); interview with Gray Morrow; eight-page "J Series" comic by Ditko; letters (Russell Myers, others); more.

Characters include: John Carter, Dejah Thoris, NoMan, Ghek, Darkseid, Glorious Godfrey, Desaad, Kalibak, Batman, Captain Marvel, Broom-Hilda, The Old Witch (EC Comics)

Offset, some interior color, saddle-stitched.

Dum-Dum #4

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Newsletter/friendzine distributed to members of The Burroughs Bibliophiles from the publisher of The Burroughs Bulletin. Contains artwork by Jeffrey Catherine Jones.

Rocket’s Blast #021

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All-ditto issue.  (4 pages blank.)

 

Editorial features include:

"THE FEATURE" profiles Doug Storer.  "The Right Direction" — EC article by Paul Gambaccini.  "THE BEST OF S-F" — Bob Harner 3rd writes about Edgar Rice Burroughs ACE pocketbooks.  "ROCKETEER GOSSIP" by Rick Weingroff.  

All Star #7 tracing by Raymond Miller.  "The Original Shield with Dusty" written/illustrated by Howard Keltner.  "LETTERS TO THE EDITOR" from Bernie Bubnis, Jerry Bails (explains why Captain Marvel can never be published because of court settlement), Marvin Wolfman, Biljo White, Bill Regier, Buddy Saunders, Jim Pobst, and Rick Weingroff.

 

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Rocket’s Blast Comicollector / RBCC Vol. 2, #2

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Edgar Rice Burroughs issue.

 

Front and back covers by Frank Frazetta.

 

Editorial features include: 

“Editorial” by James Van Hise.  “GB Love and Early Comics Fandom” by JVH.   “Where Have I Been, Where Did I Go and What Have I Been Doing?” by JVH.  “A Folio of Art Based on the Works of Edgar Rice Burroughs by Roy G. Krenkel, Virgil Finlay, J. Allen St. John, Bret Blevins, and Dave Hoover.”   “The Golden Age of Tarzan of the Comic Strips” by JVH.   “The Russ Manning Tribute Panel” with Mike Royer, Dave Stevens, Bill Stout, (and in the audience, Bob Barrett).  “Gene Roddenberry and Tarzan of the Apes” by JVH.  “Tarzan at The Earth’s Core: The Blue Book Pulp Art of Frank Hoban.”   “The Gary Gianni Interview” by JVH.  

 

Articles illustrated with art by Howard Keltner, Don Newton, Wally Wood, Al Williamson, Lonny Fawcett, Hal Foster, Burnets Hogarth, Russ Manning, Danny Bulanadi, Dave Stevens, Dave Hoover, and Gary Gianni.

 

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Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs, The

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Steve Keeter's first publication of which no more than 25 or 30 copies were printed [source: Steve Keeter].

Steve had this to say about it: "Not much to say about this first attempt "crudzine". I wrote and drew the entire issue with a ball point pen -- no pencils, directly to ink. There were reviews of TARZAN OF THE APES and THE MAD KING, and some articles about why I felt ERB was important to American literature."

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