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Writers / Artists: Colin Upton

9-11

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9-11

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9-11 #2

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9-11 #4

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Artistic License

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Two printings.

Bible Stories for Athiests #1

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Big Thing #5

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Three stories in this one: "Saint Antony of Padua", "Chris" and "Nightmares".

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Can't Complain!

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Canadian Squalour #1

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Colin Upton tells the story of his visit with American Splendor's Harvey Pekar at a comic store signing in Canada.

Cartoon Loonacy #109

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Some of the contents include: a fold-out mini-poster by Brian Buniak, back cover jam page

Characters appearing in art and comics include: Fats Waller, Frankenstein's monster, Hokey Wolf, Frank Gorshin/the Riddler, Sandman (Marvel), Lee Meriwether/Catwoman, Batman, Larry Storch, the Joker, Deanna Lund, Susan Silo, Donna Loren, Terry Moore, Simpsons characters, Morty the Dog

Hand-colored element on cover.

Fewer than 50 copies usually printed (probably more like 25).

Central Mailer for this issue: Darren Auck and Mike Kraiger

Cinema Sewer #16

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Actually a film zine but loaded with comics and art. Very underground-y in nature.

Colin Upton's Big Black Thing #1

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6½ × 10¼"

Colin's Comics Vol. 5

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Comics F/X #01

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Inside this issue: interview with Roberta Gregory, news of Dori Seda's passing, more news, tons of minicomics reviews (including lots of cover scans and art samples), columns, comic strips and more.

Roughly 11½ × 15"

Comics F/X #02

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Inside this issue: interview with Leonard Rifas, art tips from Matt Feazell, news, tons of minicomics reviews (including lots of cover scans and art samples), columns, comic strips and more.

Roughly 11½ × 15"

Comics F/X #03

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Inside this issue: a chat with Donna Barr (Desert Peach), Baycon report, news, tons of minicomics reviews (including lots of cover scans and art samples), columns, comic strips, letters (Scott McCloud, Terry LaBan) and more.

Roughly 11½ × 15"

Comics F/X #04

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Inside this issue: Bruce Sweeney's "Underground Station", photo and unveiling of "T.M. Maple", Chicago con report, news, tons of minicomics reviews (including lots of cover scans and art samples), columns, comic strips and more.

I suspect "Arnold Simpson" is a pseudonym.

Roughly 11½ × 15"

Comics F/X #05

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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.

Comics F/X #06

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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"

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