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Writers / Artists: Gary Berman

Rocket’s Blast Comicollector / RBCC #075

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Editorial features include: 

Cover by Don Newton.

“COMIC COLLECTORS COMMENTS” by Howard P. Siegel.  

“EYEING THE EGOS” column by Jan Strnad.

“RBCC INFORMATION CENTER” by Raymond Miller.  

“The Professional Artist” by Adam Malin and Gary Berman.  

“HOT AIR FROM A COOL FAN” by Andy Warner.  

 "BLASTS FROM THE READERS" with letters from Mike Nolan and Greg Theakston.

 

Ads for:

ANOMALY #3

ARMAGEDDON (UK zine)

ASSORTED SUPERLATIVES #2

CAPTAIN BILJO PRESENTS #2

CAPTAIN GEORGE PRESENTS - Frank Frazetta Special

CAPTAIN GEORGE PRESENTS #28 - Virgil Finlay

CAPTAIN GEORGE PRESENTS #41 - Virgil Finlay

CAPTAIN GEORGE PRESENTS Series 3, #31 & 32: Secret Agent X-9

COMIC BOOK PRICE GUIDE 1st Edition

COMICOLOGY #4

DOCTOR WEIRD #1

ELECTRIC STORIES #1

FANCAL ’71 (announcing its cancellation)

FANDOM ANNUAL #1 and 2

FANDOM DIRECTORY #1

FANDOM’S FANS #1

FANTASTIC EXPLOITS #15 and 16

FIGHTING HERO COMICS #14

FRAZETTA WORLDBEATER POSTERS 

FUNNYWORLD #12, 13

GEORGE #1

GOLDEN AGE #3, 5 and 6

GRAPHIC SHOWCASE #3

GRAPHIC STORY MAGAZINE #12

HELIX #1 

I’LL BE DAMNED #2

ILLUSTRATED COMIC COLLECTORS HANDBOOK #3

INFINITY #1 and 2

NEW WORLDS TO GAIN #5

POX VOBISCUM #1

REALITY #1

REVIEW (a 1965 fanzine published by Doug Moench)

ROCKET’S BLAST SPECIAL #7 and 8

SERAPHIM #5

THE CITY OF COMICS #1

THE COLLECTOR #21

THE WIGTONIAN

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF COMIX #4/5

THIS WORLD AND OTHERS #1

VENUS #1 (published?)

YESTERYEAR #2 (never published)

WART’S EPIC #1

WITZEND #5, 6, 7 and 8

and an ad for a portfolio of posters by Kenneth Smith in support of PHANTASMAGORIA.

 

 

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