The cover image is from a news release in The Fandom Journal #2. A proper scan would be preferable.
Published in 1985? Digest or midmag?
Contains features on the United Fanzine Organization publishing co-op, comic books and racketeering, romance comics, more.
Characters appearing in artwork include the Black Knight, Richie Rich, Batman, Superman, Spider-Man, Sad Sack, Archie Andrews, Hawkman, Jonah Hex and Wonder Woman.
There may be more contributors than listed above.
Contents include a three-page Sherlock Holmes parody, a Snow White parody, Par Holman's "Forgotten Comics of the '40s", Ultra Vixen Kitten Natividad, and a one-page spoof on Marvel/DC superheroines featuring Wasp, Raven, Valkyrie, Scarlet Witch, Wonder Girl, Fly Girl, She-Hulk, Spider-Woman, Wonder Woman, Power Girl, Hellcat, Black Canary, Nova, Invisible Woman, Huntress, Starfire, Zatanna, Batgirl, Moondragon, Storm, Black Widow, Kitty Pryde, Saturn Girl, Thundra and Vampirella.
Resembles the centerspread from the Tales Too Tough for TV ad supplement.
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 Gregor Samsa, Franz Kafka and cockroach-y versions of Moe Howard and Laurel & Hardy.
Full-color covers on coated stock.
Published by David Butterfield / Icomiclast?
Described in a 1985 Icomiclast ad as "a symbolist's look at sausage."
This is essentially a 1975-76 guide to current fan publications (comic zines, underground comix and various fanzine categories) put together by Fred Burkhardt / 20th Century Anonymous (Meateaters).
Apart from many pages of fan publication listings there's also an article by Clay Geerdes ("Freelancing: An Essay"), a cover and huge two-color centerspread by Jim Siergey and other comix and art.
Roughly 7½ × 11¼" which unfolds to 11¼ × 15".
Covers and centerspread printed in two colors.
Pubilshed by David Butterfield / Icomiclast?
Described in a 1985 Icomiclast ad as "twenty-one pages and a laugh!"
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