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Writers / Artists: Steve Ditko

All Stars #2

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Cartoon Loonacy #066

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Some of the contents include: a Martin Greim-organized jam page by Infantino, Anderson, Buniak, Wrightson, Miller, Palmer, Ditko, Kida and Romita; a two-page Beatles-themed "solo jam" by Erling

Characters appearing in art and comics include: Jim Woodring's Manhog, Splash Brannigan, Thunderbunny, Adam Strange, Swamp Thing, Dr. Mid-Nite, Daredevil, Blue Beetle, Airboy, Emo Philips, William Shatner/Captain Kirk, DeForest Kelley/Bones, Nichelle Nichols/Lt. Uhura, Jay Leno, Jackie Chan, Eminem, Mike Tyson, John Fahey, Daria, They Might Be Giants, Brad Pitt, Prince Charles

Fewer than 50 copies usually printed (probably more like 25).

Centrail Mailer for this issue: Mark Campos

FMZ #1

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Predominantly an EC fanzine, with articles about EC freelancers, Kurtzman pre-war comics, and the EC Picture Story series.  Also features a reprint (from black-&-white stats) of Steve Ditko’s 5-page story "Stretching Things,” from Fantastic Fears #5 (1954), one of Ditko’s first published strips, a Meteor Murphy story by Basil Wolverton, and more.

 

Gosh Wow #2

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Graphic Illusions #1

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Gremlin #2

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Interviews with Roger Brand, Hal Foster, Tom Ryan.  Biography of Neal Adams, with index of his work.

 

 

Heroes, Inc. #2

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The first issue was a full color comic book published in 1969, produced by Wood for Armed Forces Distribution.  This follow-up issue was published seven years later as a fanzine, with only the front and back covers in color.  
 
Ibid [Gary Brown] #017

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Witzend #06

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Per Wikipedia:  "After the fourth issue, Wood sold witzend to Bill Pearson's Wonderful Publishing Company ‘for the sum of $1.00.’ Wood remained listed as founder and Editor Emeritus. After editing and publishing #5 (1968) by himself, Pearson co-published #6 with Ed Glasser, and #7 with Phil Seuling (founder of the NY Comic Art Convention in 1968).”

Witzend #07

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Per Wikipedia:  "After the fourth issue, Wood sold witzend to Bill Pearson's Wonderful Publishing Company ‘for the sum of $1.00.’ Wood remained listed as founder and Editor Emeritus. After editing and publishing #5 (1968) by himself, Pearson co-published #6 with Ed Glasser, and #7 with Phil Seuling (founder of the NY Comic Art Convention in 1968).”

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