Double-sided, folded flyer for the '76 underground comix con put together by Clay Geerdes.
“One-shot edition put together for the fans and collectors attending the San Diego Comic Con 2000.” Includes pages reprinted from EC Lives! — the 1972 EC Fan Addict Convention Book, and an article titled “The EC Story” by Roger Hill.
A limited edition “especially prepared for the ‘Aliens, Monsters, and Madman: The Art of EC Comics!’ exhibition…at the Jordon Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon.”
Edited by Ron Barlow. Design and layout by Barlow, and Leslie Cabarga. Features profiles of EC staff, article titled “EC on Film” by Bhob Stewart, and black-&-white reprints of classic EC stories by Joe Orlando, Graham Ingels, Al Williamson, Wally Wood, Reed Crandall, Frank Frazetta, and George Evans.
A publication from the School of Visual Arts in NYC put together during '85/'86.
Newsprint tabloid format.
Published in 1986?
Outside In was a series that collected artist self-portraits. Originally begun by Steve Willis, this issue is from the Hal Hargit/Edd Vick run.
Editorial features include:
“Rocketeer Gossip” by Rick Weingroff. “Seuling’s Corner” by Phil Seuling.
An interview with Harvey Kurtzman by Alan Hewetson,
“There Were These Monsters, See? by Jim Jones.
Letters from Roy Thomas, Irene Vartanoff, Cary Burkett, and Mike Raub.
ALL STARS #1
FANMAG ILLUSTRATED #3
FANTASY ILLUSTRATED #6
ROCKET’S BLAST SPECIAL #5
THE COMIC VENDOR #3
THE ILLUSTRATED COMIC COLLECTORS HANDBOOK #2
TINT (formerly Slam-Bang)
WITZEND #1 (then called Et Cetera)
EC fanzine. Two printings exist of this issue. The first printing has matte cover stock, and the second printing has glossy cover stock.
1st printing: 2500 copies
2nd printing: 2000 copies
EC fanzine. Jerry Weist named in masthead as Publisher Emeritus, and John Benson (editor as of issue #6) assumed role as publisher.
EC fanzine. John Benson continues as editor; Fantagraphics Books becomes the publisher with this issue.
EC fanzine. Edited by John Benson. Features the last interview with Howard Nostrand.
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