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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.

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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