Features ads for Trumpet, Star-Studded Comics, Graphic Story Magazine, and Erb-Dom.
Features ads for Richard Corben posters, Worldbeater Frazetta posters, Star Studded Comics #17, Mount to the Stars, Funnyworld #12, Voice of Comicdom #16, Futura #9, The Collector #19, Seraphim, Xanadu #1, Realm, The Collector’s Chronicle #3, True Hero #2, Nucleus #3*4, Phoenix #’s 3 and #4, and All Dynamic #5*6.
Letters page includes letters from Robert Bloch and Andrew Offutt.
Features include the first installment of George Barr’s adaptation of Poul Anderson’s The Broken Sword.
Letters page includes letters from Poul Anderson, George Barr, and Harry Warner Jr.
This issue includes a two-page ad for Witzend #1.
Letters page includes letters from Maggie Thompson, Jerry Pournelle, Harry Warner Jr., and Fritz Leiber.
Features include the second installment of George Barr’s adaptation of Poul Anderson’s The Broken Sword.
Letters page includes letters from Ted White, Harry Warner Jr., Andrew Offutt, and George Barr.
Trumpet #7 got a second printing in 1970, and was advertised in Dallascon Bulletin #5.
Features include the third installment of George Barr’s adaptation of Poul Anderson’s The Broken Sword, and a profile of George Barr. Also features a portfolio by Jeffrey Catherine Jones.
Letters page includes letters from Bhob Stewart and Harry Warner Jr.
Letters page includes letters from John Brunner and Harry Warner Jr.
Features include portfolios by Hannes Bok and Stephen Fabian, and Harlan Ellison on 2001 A Space Odyssey.
Features include a portfolio by Tim Kirk.
Features include portfolios by Stephen Fabian and Robert Kline. Also included is Ellison’s “Repent Harlequin! Said the Ticktockman,” with illustrations by Tim Kirk.
Trumpet became Nickelodeon #1 in 1975 after Tom Reamy became embroiled in a publishing deal with Nostalgia Inc. that didn’t turn out as he had hoped or expected or been led to believe.
Trumpet #12 would be published in 1981, following the publication of Nickelodeon #1 and #2, when Ken Keller tried to resurrect the title. It would be the final issue.
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