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Editorial features include:
Cover by Don Newton.
“Scorchy Smith, The Strip That Fame Forgot” by Keith Gebers.
"FILMS FANTASTIQUE" (“The Thing”) by James Van Hise.
“WOOD’S WORLD,” reprinting Chapter 4 of “An Earth Man on Venus” from the 1951 Avon comic of the same title.
“COMIC COLLECTOR’S COMMENTS” by Howard P. Siegel (including the ballot for the 1973 Comic Art Fans Award, and “An Informal History of the Pulp Magazines” by Ron Goulart).
“SCIENCE FICTION IN REVIEW” by JVH.
“RBCC INFORMATION CENTER” by Raymond Miller.
“THE WILLIAMSON COLLECTOR” reprinting “The Vortex from Forbidden Worlds #69.
“THE KEYHOLE” by Hamilton Benedict.
“CRITIQUE” fanzine and comix reviews by Mark Burbey, Mike McKenney, Orlando Falcon, and JVH.
“PULPS — ERA OF ADVENTURE” by Keith Gebers.
"BLASTS FROM THE READERS” with a letter from John Kent.
BIG LITTLE BOOK CATALOG/PRICE GUIDE 1973
COMIC BOOK PRICE GUIDE 3rd edition
EAST COAST COMIX EC reprints
FAVORITE FUNNIES #1 thru 6
LORD OF THE RINGS PORTFOLIO by Frank Frazetta
GJDRKZLXCBWQ COMICS (Basil Wolverton)
JACK KIRBY’S GODS posters
JEFF JONES PORTFOLIO (Middle Earth)
JOE KUBERT INDEX
LONG TOM’S AMERICANA COMIX
MACABRE WESTERN #2
MIDDLE EARTH PRESENTS: Frank Frazetta Lords of the Rings Portfolio
MIDDLE EARTH PRESENTS: King Kull Portfolio Two by John & Marie Severin
REVIEW (likely never published)
SWORD AND FANTASY
THE COLLECTOR #28
THE NY REVIEW OF COMICS & BOOKS (published?)
THE SFCA PRICE GUIDE 1974
THE SPIRIT #2 (Kitchen Sink)
THE SPIRIT (11 x 16 inch limited edition) from Tabloid Press
Paid ad section with articles from INSIDE COMIX.
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