Some (all?) copies have hand-colored covers.
Published in 1988 or '89?
All-duck issue of this bird-themed comics anthology. Edited by David Tosh.
Appearances by Donald Duck, Huey, Louie & Dewey, Daffy Duck, Doodles Duck, Super Duck and Rubber Duck.
1st printing: Slice o' Life, 1986, 150 copies
2nd printing: Ozone Press
A subset of 10 signed/numbered copies with handcolored logos also exists (see images).
One of the highlights of this issue is a centerspread jam comix by D. Tosh, Spain Rodriguez, Denis Kitchen, R. Crumb and Gilbert Shelton.
At least three printings exist. The 3rd has an Ozone Press logo in place of SoL (see images). Ozone Press is 3rd printing.
At least three printings exist. The 3rd has an Ozone Press logo in place of SoL (see images).
5½ × 8½"
Contents include two Michael Roden jam pages (one with Gaither, one with Nukes), plus Jeff Gaither cover and multi-page art portfolio and a Scratchface Doodlehead back cover by Tosh.
1st printing (October 6, 1986): variant cover stocks are lavender, yellow, green
2nd printing (June 5, 1987): cover stock is lavender w/ some (all?) interiors printed in blue ink
1st (October 6, 1986): cover stock in lavender, yellow, green
2nd (June 5, 1987): cover stock in lavender w/ some (all?) interiors printed in blue ink
5½ × 8½"
Some of this issue's contents:
* the "Edgeorama" jam page by D. Tosh, Steve Willis, Michael Roden, Wayno, Jeff Gaither, Brad W. Foster and Lee Burks
* a four-page (including centerspread) pirate-themed collaboration between Michael Roden and Jeff Gaither
* Jeff Gaither's interpretation of Tosh's Scratchface Doodlehead character
Four printings, all identical externally except the 1st has a hand-drawn SoL logo (I think).
1st (February 22, 1987): green cover stock
2nd (April 6, 1987): green cover stock (with modified SOL logo)
4th (March 30, 1994): green cover stock (with modified SOL logo)
Printed in a flipbook format where half of the book is work by Tosh and the other half is full of jam comix by Tosh and others.
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