Five original stories by Bernie Wrightson, plus “Uncle Bill’s Barrel,” reprinted from GRAPHIC SHOWCASE #2. Stories written by Wrightson, introduction written by Ron Barlow.
Catalog for “The Berni Wrightson Exhibition” held at the New York Comic Arts Gallery. Art by Wrightson, with commentary.
No membership roster given.
Cover by Ronn Foss
Contributions include Looking Back and Ahead (Foss), Operation Ishfael (Moslander), Agent X Reporting (Bails), House of Info (McGeehans), The Authoritative Guidebook for the Bewildered Comic Pro (Weingroff via Bails), A Clipping for Your Files (Bails), The Chopping Block (Robertson), Kid Stuff? (Kuhfeld) and Heavy Water #1 (Patten)
Reproduction by ditto and mimeograph
Back cover by Fred Patten and Jack Harness
Contents include: "Academy or DCTC?" article; other DC Trade Center promotion; pro comic news; letters (Buddy Saunders, Ray Miller, Rick Weingroff, Jeff Gelb, others); ad for Super-Hero #5 drawn by Mickey Schwaberow; more.
Characters in art include: Judomaster, Fatman, Mr. L. Dedd
Offset/ditto, 24 pages (although 3 sheets are bound-in one-sided flyers), side-stapled.
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Mission statement from first page: "Are you sick and tired of puns? Are you vexed at seeing the same monster pictures and information repeatedly printed? Do you enjoy reading magazines which contain over 25% advertising? If these are your complaints, Famous Fantasy Films will try to alleviate them."
Saddle-stitched, full-color interiors.
Published circa 2018.
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