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Writers / Artists: Greg DeZiel

Rocket’s Blast #005

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5 single-sided 8.5"x14" mimeo pages.

 

Editorial features include:

"The Fantastic-Lee Four" by Rick Weingroff.   "ROCKETEER GOSSIP" and "THE COLLECTOR'S CORNER" by Weingroff.   THE BEST OF S-F by Bob Harner 3rd.   "THE FEATURE" profiles Jerry Snipes.  "THE SCIENCE SHOP, Sorcery, Fact or Fable" by Greg DeZiel.   "The Revenge of Mentin, Part II" by Edward Sheehy.  Drawing contest by S.F.C.A. to find an artist.   One new member on "THE ROCKET ROLL": Michael Maginnis.   LETTERS TO THE EDITOR from Edward Sheehy and Buddy Saunders. Buddy suggests a drive to get membership up to 100 fans. 

 

 

Rocket’s Blast #006

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4 single-sided 8.5"x14" mimeo pages.

 

Editorial features include:

"ROCKETEER GOSSIP - The Revivals - Where Now?" column by Rick Weingroff discusses revivals of Golden Age super heroes.  “THE ROCKET ROLL" lists new members, including John and Tom McGeehan, and Raymond Miller.  Announcement at the bottom of page 1 that "We are changing the name of our club to Science Fiction and Comics Association."   "THE FEATURE" profiles 14-year-old Paul Seydor.  "The Atom" article & illo by Bernie Bubnis.   "THE COLLECTOR'S CORNER" column by Greg DeZiel discusses Dr. Fate (with illo by Deziel).  “THE BEST OF S-F" — Bob Harner 3rd reviews "The Unsleep" by Diana & Meir Gillon.    "The Revenge of Mentin Part III" fan-fiction by Edward Sheehy.  "LETTERS TO THE EDITOR" from Mary Bending (1st female member of the club) and Fred Bronson.

 

 

Rocket’s Blast #007

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"THE FEATURE" profiles collector Michael Maginnis from W. Hyattsville MD.   "THE COLLECTOR'S CORNER" column by Dave Bibby discusses the origin of Green Lantern (Alan Scott).  "THE SCIENCE SHOP" column by Rick Weingroff on shooting stars.  "EDITOR'S NOTE" by GB Love.   "THE ROCKET ROLL" lists new members, including Dean Newman and Don Foote.  “Master of Gravity, Graviteer" fan-fiction by Buddy Saunders (illo by Greg DeZiel).   "WE SUGGEST" suggests World's Finest #126.   "ROCKETEER GOSSIP" column by Rick Weingroff.  "THE BEST OF S-F" — Bob Harner 3rd reviews "Necromancer" by Gordon R. Dickson.  "LETTERS TO THE EDITOR" from Buddy Saunders and Bob Harner 3rd.

 

 

Rocket’s Blast #011

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13 one-sided mimeo pages.

 

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Issue #11 has the same cover as issue #12, depicting The Avenger, by GB Love; intended to be the permanent cover of the RB but popular opinion decided against it.   "THE COLLECTOR'S CORNER" and "ROCKETEER GOSSIP" columns by Rick Weingroff.  "THE COMIC REVIEWER" by Steve Perrin.  "THE BEST OF S-F" — Bob Harner 3rd reviews “On the Beach” by Nevil Shute.  "Graviteer and the Sub Pirates" text story written/illustrated by Buddy Saunders.  "LETTERS TO THE EDITOR" from Paul Seydor, Larry Tucker, Dave Bibby, Rick Weingroff & Steve Perrin.   Art by Greg DeZiel. 

 

 

Rocket’s Blast #012

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15 one-sided mimeograph/ditto pages.

 

Editorial features include:

Issue #12 has the same cover as issue #11, depicting The Avenger, by GB Love; intended to be the permanent cover of the RB but popular opinion decided against it.   "The First Year Is the Hardest" by GB Love.   "THE COMIC REVIEWER," an article about Thor by Steve Perrin.  "The First and Still the Greatest," article about Superman creators Siegel & Schuster by Paul Seydor.   A review of George Lowther's "The Adventures of Superman" novel by Tom McGeehan.  ”THE COLLECTOR'S CORNER" by Rick Weingroff.  "THE BEST OF S-F" — Bob Harper 3rd reviews “Caviar” by Theodore Sturgeon.

 

 

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