Brad W Foster
Big magazine-format collection of robot artwork by Brad Foster. This includes mini-comics/zine covers, Mechthings pieces, con badges and lots more.
Roughly 8½ × 11"
Printed on semi-glossy stock
This is a massive catalog of every (or very nearly every, over 2,800 entries) Brad Foster appearance in print up until January 1, 2000. Sections include: Main Listing of Titles (A-Z), Jabberwocky Graphix Publications, Summary of Titles (sorted by date), Summary of Titles (sorted by editor) and Summary of Titles (non-US, sorted by country). There are also 70+ pages of Foster artwork.
Each entry in the main section includes title, issue, date, page count, dimensions, format, publisher, print run and other notes.
Compiled, edited and published by longtime mini-comics/fandom participant Steven Ogden.
Signed/numbered edition of 70 (including 67 comb-bound copies and 3 unbound).
New Spotted Zebra Press #10.
Some of this issue's contents: five pages of Kazaleh material originally done for the Ren & Stimpy comic but never published; a nine-page jam comic by Hilary Barta, Scott Beaderstadt, Howard Bender, Brian Buniak, Daryll Collins, Barry Crain, George Erling, Pete Fitzgerald, Greg Gill, Mike Kazaleh, Brian Thomas and Bill Wray; a one-page jam drawing by Brad Foster, David Tosh, Wayne Truman, Craig Miller and Ben Dunn.
Characters appearing in art and comics include: Ren & Stimpy, Tor Johnson, Godzilla, Beetle Bailey's Sarge, Ted Danson, O.J. Simpson, Davy Crockett, Dudley Do-Right, Frankenstein, the Seven Dwarfs, Andy Capp, Dick Tracy and Santa Claus.
This issue also included a two-color Christmas card by Daryll Collins and a Max Traffic flyer insert.
Contents include a Checkered Demon cover by S. Clay Wilson, Bruce Sweeney's "Underground Station" column (logo by Brad Foster), a one-page Dog Boy comic by Steve Lafler, a quarter-page display ad by Michael Roden, a quarter-page ad for original art illustrated by S. Clay Wilson, a XNO ad for XEX Graphix, more.
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.
This one's got Bruce Sweeney's "Underground Station" column (logo by Brad Foster), a full-page 'Queen of Hairy Flies' ad by Michael Roden, a recommendation for the new series 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' (plus some art samples), more.
TPB anthology themed around comics and creating comics. The interiors are packed with references (small and large) to EC Comics (MD, Mad magazine, Wally Wood, Will Elder), Sherlock Holmes, Plop!, Not Brand Echh!, Fin Fang Foom, Disney comics, Little Lulu, Harvey Comics, Pogo, the Archie Comics gang, Will Eisner, Cerebus, Flaming Carrot, Canadian fandom and so many others.
Roughly 6½ × 10¼"
Inside this issue: Bruce Sweeney's "Underground Station", 1988 San Diego con report, news, tons of minicomics reviews (including lots of cover scans and art samples), columns, comic strips and more.
Photos of Mary Fleener, Wayno, Peter Bagge, Peter Kuper, Dennis Worden, Bill Fitts, Kjartan Arnorsson and others.
This issue also included a one-page addendum insert.
Inside this issue: Bruce Sweeney's "Underground Station", interview with Bill Barminski (Tex Hitler), interview with Natalie d'Arbeloff (Augustine), a column by Brad W. Foster, news, tons of minicomics reviews (including lots of cover scans and art samples), columns, comic strips and more.
Roughly 11½ × 15"
Inside this issue: Bruce Sweeney's "Underground Station", a profile of Terry LaBan, "The Christian and Comics" by Don Ensign, an interview with Allen Freeman (Slam Bang), Dallas Fantasy Fair con report by David Tosh (including photos of locals), Mid-Ohio con report by Bob Corby, a column by Brad W. Foster, news, tons of minicomics reviews (including lots of cover scans and art samples), columns, letters (T.M. Maple), comic strips and more.
Roughly 11¼ × 17"
In this issue: Bruce Sweeney interviews Spain, Bruce Chrislip on Cartoon Loonacy, an editorial by Steve Willis called "Turning Sacred Cows into Hamburger", Mary Fleener on the Exquisite Corpse drawing game, columns, comic strips and more.
Roughly 11¼ x 16¾"
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A virtual archive of mini-comics, fanzines, small press comics, newave comix and related items. The physical archive, housed at PF headquarters, is being built with personal acquisitions as well as generous donations from supporters. This project is most definitely a work in progress.