Contents include pieces on the history of comics fandom (with many fanzine profiles and scans), Lee & Kirby, anniversary tributes (Fantastic Four, Antonio Prohias' Spy vs Spy, comics in 1986, Watchmen, Dark Horse Comics, SLG, Bone), more.
Appearances in art by Fantastic Four, Justice League of America, Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Galactus, the Watcher, Avengers, Inhumans, Black Panther, Sub-Mariner, Silver Surfer, Dr. Doom, Mole Man, Annihilus, Skrulls, Hulk, Spy vs Spy, Batman, Rorshach, Dr. Manhattan, the Comedian, Maus, the Joker, Boba Fett, Hellboy, Ghost, Predator, Concrete, Usagi Yojimbo, Groo, Conan, Willow, Alien, R2-D2, C-3PO, Stormtrooper, Milk & Cheese, Dr. Radium, Bone and more.
A long-running "definitive guide to the zine revolution" packed to the gills with reviews of all types of zines.
Other contents include an article on scamming your employer to get your zines published, "Banned in Bellingham" (about Jim Goad's Answer Me!), and Davy Crockett & self-publishing.
Also contains letters from Robert Boyd, Terry LaBan, Chris Ware, Jim Woodring (including a small drawing), Dame Darcy and David Lasky.
Card stock covers.
Maximum Traffic Vol. 5, #21
Mail art flavor of a zine with art and comics.
This top-stapled booklet promotes the new name change of Brett Warnock's publishing house from Primal Groove Press to Top Shelf Productions.
Appearances by Kochalka's Magic Boy and Little Mister Man.
5½ × 8½"
Two-color silkscreened covers
The White Buffalo Gazette is the newsletter / zine that took the place of Steve Willis' City Limits Gazette when it was retired (and it was originally inspired by Bruce Chrislip's zine of the same name as well as Clay Geerdes' Comix World newsletter). Several editors have published their own WBG over the years.
This is the giant final issue of Jeff Zenick's version of this great zine.
7 × 8½"
Silkscreened cover logo
Published in 2001?
There may be more contributors than listed above.
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A virtual archive of mini-comics, fanzines, small press comics, newave comix and related items. The physical archive, housed at PF headquarters, is being built with personal acquisitions as well as generous donations from supporters. This project is most definitely a work in progress.