Also contains letters from Carl Taylor, Steve Keeter, Rick Bradford and Larry Johnson.
United Fanzine Organization memberzine.
Some (all?) copies have hand-colored covers.
Published in 1988 or '89?
Published in conjunction with the Iowa Comic Book Club.
Saucy pulp- and manga-influenced comics starring the Green Turtle (a revival of an obscure character from the '40s) and Atom, Robot Adventurer (which seems to be inspired by Astro Boy).
"Stag Fury" may be Gary Terry.
Star Wars-focused fanzine. Contents include: Star Wars-themed comic strips (from "Funky Winkerbean" and "John Darling"); interview with comic artist Tony Akins (plus some pencil art from Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi); and an article on the original Star Wars comics from Marvel.
I believe the print run was around 200 copies.
Star Wars-focused fanzine. Contents include: SW appearances in comic strips, and a look at the original SW comics from Marvel (with synopses for issues 1-65).
Star Wars-focused fanzine. Contents include: "Five Minutes with Chris Sprouse", SW-themed gag cartoons, and a look at the "Doomworld" story arc in SW comics.
Characters appearing in fan art: Darth Vader, Lando Calrissian/Billy Dee Williams, Miss Piggy, Gamorrean guard, Jabba the Hutt, Muppets, Chewbacca, Ewoks
There may be more contributors than listed above.
Long-running fanzine focused on Star Wars and related things. Contents include an interview with Cam Kennedy, Olivier Vatine and Fred Blanchard from Dark Horse's SW comics.
Characters appearing in fan art: Stormtroopers, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, Tusken Raider
Long-running fanzine focused on Star Wars and related things. Contains artwork by Francis Mao.
Characters appearing in fan art: Luke Skywalker, Yoda, E.T.
Canadian SF zine with some comix tendencies.
Collection of finished work, preliminary drawings, model photos, etc., plus an interview.
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