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Writers / Artists: Bill Pearson

Fever Pitch #5

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Contents include a three-page Sherlock Holmes parody, a Snow White parody, Par Holman's "Forgotten Comics of the '40s", Ultra Vixen Kitten Natividad, and a one-page spoof on Marvel/DC superheroines featuring Wasp, Raven, Valkyrie, Scarlet Witch, Wonder Girl, Fly Girl, She-Hulk, Spider-Woman, Wonder Woman, Power Girl, Hellcat, Black Canary, Nova, Invisible Woman, Huntress, Starfire, Zatanna, Batgirl, Moondragon, Storm, Black Widow, Kitty Pryde, Saturn Girl, Thundra and Vampirella.

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Grave Tales #1

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Edited by Bill Pearson. 

I’ll Be Damned #1

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Interviews with Mike Kaluta, Vaughn Bode, Tom Sutton, John Severin, Bernie Wrightson, and Jeff Jones.  Strips by Steve Hickman, Jim Miller, Vaughn Bode.  “The EC Answer to Comic Book Originality” by Meade Frierson III.

 

The second image is simply a color scan of the original cover painting.

 

 

Witzend #05

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Per Wikipedia:  "After the fourth issue, Wood sold witzend to Bill Pearson's Wonderful Publishing Company ‘for the sum of $1.00.’ Wood remained listed as founder and Editor Emeritus. After editing and publishing #5 (1968) by himself, Pearson co-published #6 with Ed Glasser, and #7 with Phil Seuling (founder of the NY Comic Art Convention in 1968).”

 

Witzend #06

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Per Wikipedia:  "After the fourth issue, Wood sold witzend to Bill Pearson's Wonderful Publishing Company ‘for the sum of $1.00.’ Wood remained listed as founder and Editor Emeritus. After editing and publishing #5 (1968) by himself, Pearson co-published #6 with Ed Glasser, and #7 with Phil Seuling (founder of the NY Comic Art Convention in 1968).”

Witzend #07

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Per Wikipedia:  "After the fourth issue, Wood sold witzend to Bill Pearson's Wonderful Publishing Company ‘for the sum of $1.00.’ Wood remained listed as founder and Editor Emeritus. After editing and publishing #5 (1968) by himself, Pearson co-published #6 with Ed Glasser, and #7 with Phil Seuling (founder of the NY Comic Art Convention in 1968).”

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