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Rocket’s Blast Comicollector / RBCC #130

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Editorial features include:

Cover by Tom Sutton.  Back cover by Ralph Fowler.

“The Power of ‘2001’” by James Van Hise.  

“THE PERTWILLABY PAPERS” by Don Rosa. 

First installment of “COMICOPIA” by RC Harvey.  

“Zero Hero” by RC Harvey.  

“CRITIQUE” fanzine and comix reviews by Mark Burbey and JVH.  Centerspread by Stephen Fabian. 

“PSYCHO — Graphic Illustrations” by Mark Burbey. 

An article about Alfred Hitchcock reprinted from The Miami News

“Don Rosa’s INDEX SECTION: Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories #211-260.”  

“COMIC COLLECTORS COMMENTS” by Howard P. Siegel. 

"BLASTS FROM THE READERS" with a letter from Par Holman.

 

Ads for:

CINEFANTASTIQUE Vol. 5, #2

ENTERPRISE INCIDENTS #2

FANTAZINE #1

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE #2

OMNICON SOUVENIR BOOK

STAR TREK: HOUSTON SOUVENIR BOOK

STAR TREK MAGAZINE #3

THE NOSTALGIA JOURNAL

THE KERRY GAMMILL MONSTERS & HEROES PORTFOLIO

TREK #5

 

 

Rocket’s Blast Comicollector / RBCC #132

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Editorial features include:

Cover by Mike Zeck.  Back cover by Ralph Fowler.

"FILMS FANTASTIQUE" (“Silent Running”)by James Van Hise.  

“CRITIQUE” fanzine and comix reviews by Mark Burbey, JB Clifford Jr, and JVH.  

ARTIST PROFILE of Mike Zeck. 

“RBCC INFORMATION CENTER” by Don Rosa. 

“COMICOPIA” by RC Harvey. 

“THE KEYHOLE” by Gary Brown. 

“THE PERTWILLABY PAPERS” by Don Rosa. Centerspread by Tom Sutton. 

“Adam Strange: The Thinking Man’s Super Hero” by Howard P. Siegel. 

“COMIC COLLECTORS COMMENTS” by Howard P. Siegel. 

"THE EC ARTIST COLLECTOR" by Larry Bigman. 

“The 1976 Comic Art Fan Awards Final Ballot.” 

“POINT/COUNTER POINT” by Doug Haines and John Baglem. 

"BLASTS FROM THE READERS" with a letter from Don Rosa.

 

Ads for:

ART & STORY #1

ART FANTASTIQUE #1 and #2

BARBARIAN COMICS #1 thru 4

BARBARIAN WOMEN #1

CALIFORNIA COMICS #1 and #2

DOC #1

ENTERPRISE INCIDENTS #1 and #2

FANTASTIC EXPLOITS #23

FANZINE ’76

LITTLE BOOK OF INNER SPACE

STAR TREK: HOUSTON SOUVENIR BOOK

TREK #6

 

Also: an ad from Tom Sutton selling original art, and an ad offering Mike Zeck original art for sale. 

 

 

Rocket’s Blast Comicollector / RBCC #134

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FLASH GORDON issue.

 

Editorial features include:

Cover by Stephen Fabian.  Back cover by Mike Zeck.

A 4-page Flash Gordon strip by Mike Zeck. 

“COMICOPIA” by RC Harvey. 

“The Rockets of Mongo” by Alex Raymond. 

“An Interview with Buster Crabbe” by Jay Rubin. 

Pictorial feature of Flash Gordon serial reprinted from Those Enduring Matinee Idols

"FILMS FANTASTIQUE" (“Flesh Gordon”) by James Van Hise. 

Centerspread by Tom Sutton. 

“Flach Gorton” parody strip by Ron Wilber. 

ARTIST PROFILE of Ralph Fowler.  

“CRITIQUE” fanzine and comix reviews by Mark Burbey, RC Harvey, and JVH. 

"COMICS COMMENTARY" by JVH.  

“Face-Off on ‘King Kong’” by Mike Kuntz and JVH. 

“THE PERTWILLABY PAPERS” by Don Rosa.  

"BLASTS FROM THE READERS.”

 

Ads for:

BARBARIAN COMICS #1 thru 4

BARBARIAN WOMEN #1

CALIFORNIA COMICS #1 and #2

COLLECTOR’S DREAM #1

EAGLESTAR #1

ENTERPRISE INCIDENTS #3

FANTASY FILMBOOK #1

LITTLE BOOK OF INNER SPACE

MURGUNSTRUMM & OTHERS by Hugh B. Cave

TREK #7

TREK SPECIAL #1

 

 

 

Rocket’s Blast Comicollector / RBCC #139

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STAR WARS issue.

 

Editorial features include:

Cover by Ralph Fowler.  Back cover by Morris Scott Collins.

“From the Adventures of Luke Skywalker” by James Van Hise. 

“Star Wars Marvel Style — Where it Went Wrong” by JVH. 

“An Interview with Mark Hamill” by JVH. 

“Darth Vader, the Face Behind the Mask!” by JVH. 

“The Music of Star Wars” by Mark Burbey.  

“Star Woes” parody strip by Ron Wilber. 

“The Star Wars Cosmos” by Mike Kuntz. 

“A Star Wars Bibliography” by Della Van Hise. 

Centerspread by Ralph Fowler. 

“Twilight of the Heroes Part 1 continued” by Ron Wilber. 

"Don Rosa's INFORMATION CENTER” by Don Rosa. 

“Zero Hero” by RC Harvey. 

“THE KEYHOLE” by Gary Brown.   

 

Ads for:

25 YEARS OF TV: A History of Shows 1949-1974  (possibly never published)

ALWAYS COME TWILIGHT #1

ART FANTASTIQUE #1 and #2

A+PLUS #3

BATIZINE #1 (“The Ultimate in Batman…”)

COMES THE DAWN poster by Frank Brunner

ENTERPRISE INCIDENTS #1 thru 5

FANDOM CIRCUS #1, 2

FORGOTTEN FANTASIES

KA-POW #1

MEGAZINE #2 (published?)

MINDSEYE #1

NIMBUS #3

PERIGEE

RADION #6

SCIENCE FICTION, HORROR & FANTASY #1

SQUA TRONT #4

WET DREAMS PORTFOLIO

WILL EISNER’S THE SPIRIT PORTFOLIO

WITZEND #8

and an ad from Jerry Bails for 

THE COLLECTOR’S GUIDE: FIRST HEROIC AGE

INDEX TO GOLDEN AGE COMIC BOOKS

THE WHO’S WHO OF AMERICAN COMIC BOOKS

 

 

 

Rocket’s Blast Comicollector / RBCC #142

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CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND issue.

 

Editorial features include:

Cover by Ralph Fowler.  Back cover by Kerry Gammill.

“IMAGES ON A TAPESTRY OF WONDER” — Overview by John Fischner; “Allusion to the Illusions” by Alex Koehn; “Close Encounters of the Marvel Kind” by Mark Burbey; “Painted Skies” by Ralph Fowler; “Wonder on a Tapestry of Images” by James Van Hise. 

“Close Encounters of the Nerd Kind, idea by Jim Jones, story & art by Ron Wilber. 

“Close Encounters of the Four-Color Kind” by JVH. 

"COMICS COMMENTARY" by JVH. 

“THE PERTWILLABY PAPERS” by Don Rosa. 

Color centerspread by Ralph Fowler. 

"Don Rosa's INFORMATION CENTER” by Don Rosa. 

“Twilight of the Heroes Part 3” by Ron Wilber. 

“CRITIQUE” fanzine and comix reviews by Mark Burbey, and JVH.  “COMICOPIA” by RC Harvey. 

"BLASTS FROM THE READERS" with a letter from George Beahm.  

 

Ads for:

ANDROMEDA #1

BATIZINE #1 (“The Ultimate in Batman…”)

CINEFANTASTIQUE

FAERIE STAR #1

QUESTAR #1

 

 

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