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Writers / Artists: Russ Martin

Kaleidoscope #2

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Rocket’s Blast Comicollector / RBCC Vol. 2, #4

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Front cover by Mark Shultz, back cover by Al Feldstein.  

 

Editorial features include: 

“BLAST FROM THE READERS,” featuring a letter from Peter Krupkowski reminiscing about his involvement with SPA FON.   “Fan Fun in the Sunshine State” by Gary Brown, with reproductions of numerous COMIC COMMENTS covers.   “Steve Ditko’s Spider-Man” by James Van Hise.   “A Look at Some of the Lee/Ditko Spider-Man Reprints, or Moving the Sixties into the Eighties” by JVH.  “Reed Crandall — Illustrator of Super-Heroes” by JVH.   “The Monster Squad” by JVH.  “The Monster Maker,” comic story written by JVH and drawn by Tom Sutton (reprinted from GRAVE TALES #2 (1991).   “A Thousand Heroes with One Face” by Stuart Hopen.  “The Crimson Wings of Silence,” preview of a graphic novel written by Stuart Hopen and drawn by Russ Martin.  “Mark Schultz on Drawing Comics” by JVH.  

 

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