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Writers / Artists: Ken Leach

Comics F/X #09

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There's a focus on Canadian comics and cartoonists in this issue. Contents include interviews with Colin Upton and Chester Brown; Q&As with John MacLeod, Julie Doucet, Jacques Boivin, Sylvie Rancourt, others; the regular comic strips but with different artists (Rooum draws Siergey's "Waldo & Emerson", for example); more.

Roughly 11½ x 16½"

Comics F/X #11

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Contents include: "Comix Wavola" by Clay Geerdes (Part One: The Origin of the Eight-Pager), Bruce Sweeney's "Underground Station", B.N. Duncan interviews Carol Tyler, comic strips, reviews, news, etc.

11½ x 17"

Comics F/X #12

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Contents incude: Clay Geerdes' "Comix Wavola" (Part Two: The Origin of the Seven-Center), Bruce Sweeney's "Underground Station" (with logo by Bryan Talbot), con reports, comic strips, reviews, more.

11½ x 17"

Comics F/X #15

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Contents include: A.P. McQuiddy interviews Mary Fleener, Clay Geerdes' "Comix Wavola" minicomix history column, Hal Hargit interviews Larry Blake, "The Alternative Forum" roundtable discussion (with Ben Dunn, cat yronwode, Kim Thompson, Denis Kitchen and others), reviews, letters, more.

11½ x 17½"

Comics F/X #16

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Contents include: Hal Hargit interviews Jay Lynch, Terry Hooper interviews d'Israeli, Bruce Sweeney's "Underground Station", Paul Birch on the 1990 Glasgow Comic Art Convention, part two of the Small Press Roundtable, reviews, letters, more.

11½ x 17½"

Comics F/X #17

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Inside this issue: Summer 1990 convention photos of Larry Welz, Mary Fleener, Joyce Farmer, Terry LaBan, Dan Clowes and others, plus news, tons of minicomics reviews (including lots of cover scans and art samples), columns, comic strips and more.

There may be more contributors than listed above.

Roughly 11¼ × 17"

Deep Freeze!

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Distributed in the late '80s with original editions of Morgue #1 (later renamed Tales from the Morgue). I believe this story was either cut from #1 or was slated for #2.

Morgue #1

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Printed on a Multilith by Steve Kelley (Top Hat), it contains comics work by cousins Ken Leach and Mark Pickens that was inspired by the then-current monster craze.

After this issue was published Ken Leach went off to college and although the second issue was assembled it never was published until 1988 when he discovered independent comic books (see my other auctions).

The title was changed to Tales from the Morgue with issue 2.

5½ × 8"
24 pages

Pizazz Comics Unlimited #03

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Pizazz Comics publishing co-op newsletter.

Pizazz Comics Unlimited #05

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Pizazz Comics publishing co-op newsletter.

Pizazz Comics Unlimited #07

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Pizazz Comics publishing co-op newsletter.

Pizazz Comics Unlimited #09

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Pizazz Comics publishing co-op newsletter.

Tales from the Morgue #2

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Pizazz Comics memberzine.

Tales from the Morgue #3

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Pizazz Comics memberzine.

Tales from the Morgue #4

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Pizazz Comics memberzine.

Tales from the Morgue #5

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Pizazz Comics memberzine.

Tales from the Morgue #6

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Pizazz Comics memberzine.

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.