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Writers / Artists: John Miller

Cartoon Loonacy #063

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Some of the contents include: a bound-in silkscreen print by Buzz Buzzizyk (of a John Miller drawing)

Characters appearing in art and comics include: Hulk, Sub-Mariner

Fewer than 50 copies usually printed (probably more like 25).

Centrail Mailer for this issue: Mark Campos

Fast Fiction #26

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32 pages?

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White Buffalo Gazette #3 Days in a Haze (June 2001)

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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 and it generally always contained comics, art, letters and info on new releases.

This issue is from Larned Justin's run.

Some (probably all) copies came with a one-page Blue Duck Newzette insert.

There may be more contributors than listed above.

5½ × 8½"
36 pages plus insert

White Buffalo Gazette #Ah! But I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now (May 2001)

Category:Mini-Comics
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Notes

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 and it generally always contained comics, art, letters and info on new releases.

This issue is from Larned Justin's run.

Some (probably all) copies came with a one-page Blue Duck Newzette insert.

There may be more contributors than listed above.

5½ × 8½"
36 pages plus insert

White Buffalo Gazette #Crash (September 2001)

Category:Mini-Comics
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Notes

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 and it generally always contained comics, art, letters and info on new releases.

This issue is from Larned Justin's run.

5½ x 8½"
36 pages

White Buffalo Gazette #Crazy Monkey Business (April 1996)

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The White Buffalo Gazette is the newsletter/zine that took the place of Steve Willis' City Limits Gazette when it was retired (and that was originally inspired by Bruce Chrislip's zine of the same name as well as Clay Geerdes' Comix World newsletter).

Maximum Traffic was the first to publish WBG and this is from his original run.

This issue also included a two-page insert that lists new mini-comics and such.

8 pages plus insert.

There may be more contributors than listed above.

White Buffalo Gazette #into the great unknown (October 2001)

Category:Mini-Comics
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Notes

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 and it generally always contained comics, art, letters and info on new releases.

This issue is from Larned Justin's run and also contained a Halloween-themed insert by Delaine Derry Green.

5½ × 8½"
36 pages, plus insert

White Buffalo Gazette #Just a Dweller on the Threshold (March 2001)

Category:Mini-Comics
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Notes

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 and it generally always contained comics, art, letters and info on new releases.

This issue is from Larned Justin's run.

There may be more contributors than listed above.

5½ × 8½"
36 pages

White Buffalo Gazette #Seize the Day (August 2001)

Category:Mini-Comics
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Notes

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 and it generally always contained comics, art, letters and info on new releases.

This issue is from Larned Justin's run.

There may be more contributors than listed above.

5½ × 8½"
36 pages

White Buffalo Gazette #Shadows on the Wall (mid-November, 1999)

Category:Mini-Comics
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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 and it generally always contained comics, art, letters and info on new releases.

This issue is from Jeff Zenick's run.

7 × 8½"
28 pages

There may be more contributors than listed above.

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