Scheduled guests included Jack Kirby, Will Eisner, Joe Kubert, Harvey Kurtzman, Pat Boyette, Frank Miller, Gary Groth, Burne Hogarth, Jaxon, Gil Kane, Moebius, George R.R. Martin, Mike Gustovich, Dave Sim, Dave Stevens, Eric Vincent, Don Simpson, Kenneth Smith, Robert Asprin, Doug Wildey, John Wooley, Roger Zelazny, cat yronwode, Pat Broderick, John Carbonaro, Sam de la Rosa, Colleen Doran, Real Musgrave, Richard Pini, Ben Dunn, Brad W. Foster, Kerry Gammill, Gerhard, William Messner-Loebs, Don Ivan Punchatz and others.
Roughly 8¼ x 11".
Contains photos (by Joe Bob Williams) from early '70s Dallas cons featuring Harlan Ellison, Larry Herndon, Neal Barrett Jr., Paul McSpadden, Joe Bob Williams, Howard Waldrop, Burne Hogarth, Forrest J. Ackerman, Buddy Saunders, Don Punchatz and others.
Roughly 8¼ x 11" (8½ x 11" trimmed).
Scheduled guests included Robert Crumb, Robert Asprin, Gil Kane, Bob Burden, Denis Kitchen, Harvey Kurtzman, Spain, Bill Sienkiewicz, Larry Marder, Jo Duffy, Brad W. Foster, Kerry Gammill, Gary Groth, Tony Isabella, Jaxon, Steve Jackson, Kevin Nowlan, Richard Pini, Don Ivan Punchatz, Kenneth Smith, Jim Valentino, John Wooley and others.
Roughly 8¼ x 11".
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Phenomenal jam comix project organized by Brad W. Foster. Each artist contributed one page which built upon and furthered the pages completed before them.
Appearances by Morty the Dog, Underdog and Peter Laird's Triceratron.
Full-color covers on coated stock.
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