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Writers / Artists: Paul Curtis

Equinox #1

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35 pages? Published in 1984?

Brian Pearce may be another contributor.

The cover image in this entry was taken from a news release in Fan Scene #2 (Kevin Collier, 1984). A proper cover scan would be preferable.

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Initial entry created from "newly released" info (not a review) in Fan Scene #3 (Kevin Collier, 1985).

Published in 1985?

Lost in the Microcomic!

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This is a helpful primer for artists who wanted to draw a micro-comic for Paul Curtis' extensive series. It also included an explanatory insert sheet.

2¾ x 5¼"
10 pages plus insert

Micro-Comics #014: Mister Doom #1

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Micro-Comics #112: Alien Pigs from Dimension 16

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Written by Randy Paske and drawn by Paul Curtis?

10 pages including one fold-out three-page spread.

Misc! #04

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Seems to be at least two printings. 1st indicated on cover but there's another edition with "1st" removed (see photos).

Misc! #05

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Seems to be at least two printings. 1st is indicated on cover but there was another run with that info removed (see photos).

Misc! #06 (2nd)

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Halloween special published in two sections.

Two printings. The second references the printing in the editorial for each section.

Misc! #21

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"Chicago Edition" noted on the cover. Unsure if it was a separate printing.

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