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Writers / Artists: Frank Hamilton

Rocket’s Blast Comicollector / RBCC #135

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Editorial features include:

Cover by Mike Zeck.  Back cover by Frank Hamilton.

“MARK BURBEY’S INTERVIEW” with Tom Sutton. 

“Space 1999” parody strip by Ron Wilber.  

ARTIST PROFILE of Ron Wilber. 

“CRITIQUE” fanzine and comix reviews by Tom Sutton, Mark Burbey, JB Clifford Jr, Phil Sunde, and James Van Hise. 

“THE KEYHOLE” by Gary Brown. 

"Don Rosa's INFORMATION CENTER” by Don Rosa.

“COMICOPIA” by RC Harvey. 

“COMIC COLLECTORS COMMENTS” by Howard P. Siegel. 

"THE EC ARTIST COLLECTOR" by JVH. 

“POINT/COUNTER POINT” by Doug Haines and John Baglem. 

“THE PERTWILLABY PAPERS” by Don Rosa.  

"BLASTS FROM THE READERS.”

 

Ads for:

ART FANTASTIQUE #1 and #2

BARBARIAN COMICS #1 thru 4

BARBARIAN WOMEN #1

CALIFORNIA COMICS #1 and #2

CINEFANTASTIQUE Vol. 5, #4

CHRISTOPHER ENTERPRISES Portfolios and Posters

COMIX WORLD PRESENTS The Berkeley Comic Art Fair

ENTERPRISE INCIDENTS #3

FANDOM FUNNIES #3 (Buyer’s Guide Parody)

JAMES BOND 007 #1 (published?)

LITTLE BOOK OF INNER SPACE

THE BEST OF COMICOLOGY

THE COMICS JOURNAL

TREK #2-7

TREK SPECIAL #1

ZOTZ #1 

 

Also: an ad from Tom Sutton selling original art.

 

 

Whizzard #06

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Contents include: "Animation: The Art of Graphic Movement" article; interview with Ron Goulart; a Jim Bourgeois art portfolio (this issue's cover artist); Atlas/Seaboard comic reviews; Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze movie review; comics-themed word search puzzle; four-page "Atomic Kid" comic by Bill Lewis; more.

Characters appearing in fan art: Cecil the Seasick Sea Serpent, Gertie the Dinosaur, Little Orphan Annie, the Shadow

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