Collection of drawings made at the 1985 San Diego Comic-Con.
Great jam comix where each artist does a full page that continues from where the preceding artist left off.
Back cover appearance by Rat Fink and Junk Yard Kid.
Some copies had hand-colored covers (probably by Bors).
Some of this issue's contents: 17 pages of b-movie reviews by Mike Bannon and Pete Fitzgerald (lots of poster/ad repros too); Bruce Chrislip discusses the number of times he's been drawn as a comic book character (with relevant panels reproduced by Steve Willis, George Metzger, Peter Bagge); "Seventeen Minute Pit-Bull Funnies" by Jim Ryan; a one-page jam comic by Darryl Cunningham, Caspar Williams, Steve Willis, Bruce Chrislip & others; a "Peanuts" parody of sorts by Mike Kazaleh.
Characters appearing in art and comics include: Fred MacMurray, Richard Deacon, Little Lulu, Lucy Van Pelt, Gumby, Zorak, Bob's Big Boy, Skidoo (from Felix the Cat).
Centrail Mailer for this issue: Bruce Chrislip
Fewer than 50 copies printed but probably more like 25.
Addiction-themed comix and cartoons.
#472 in Jay Kennedy's Official Underground and Newave Comix Price Guide.
Contents include a cover by Steve Lafler and a page of San Diego Con '83 jam art by Leslie Sternbergh, Dan O'Neill, Larry Rippee, R.L. Crabb, Par Holman, J.R. Williams, Brad Foster, Jim Valentino, David Miller, Dave Patterson, Steve Lafler, Carl Kirkendall, Jane J. Oliver, Cabby, Sheridan Williams, Lynn Hansen and Theresa Thurmond.
#513 in Kennedy's Underground and Newave Comix Price Guide.
Appearances by a Smurf, the Beatles and Yoko Ono.
The Joe Zabel cover features characters originally drawn by other newave cartoonists elsewhere (such as Clay Geerdes, George Kochell, Par Holman, Clark A. Dissmeyer, Parsonavich, David Miller, John Howard, etc.) in distressing commentary about the place of minicomix.
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