12-month calendar for 1986 with each month a two-page spread illustrated/designed by the contributing artists. Also, the centerspread contains six cartoon collaborations by various combinations of the contributors and each drew one of the letters or numbers on the cover.
Appearance by Morty the Dog.
Spotted Zebra Press #12; Dec 1986; 8 pages; 100 copies; contributions from Steve Ogden, Vicki Ogden, Edd Vick and Tod Rush
This is a massive catalog of every (or very nearly every, over 2,800 entries) Brad Foster appearance in print up until January 1, 2000. Sections include: Main Listing of Titles (A-Z), Jabberwocky Graphix Publications, Summary of Titles (sorted by date), Summary of Titles (sorted by editor) and Summary of Titles (non-US, sorted by country). There are also 70+ pages of Foster artwork.
Each entry in the main section includes title, issue, date, page count, dimensions, format, publisher, print run and other notes.
Compiled, edited and published by longtime mini-comics/fandom participant Steven Ogden.
Signed/numbered edition of 70 (including 67 comb-bound copies and 3 unbound).
New Spotted Zebra Press #10.
Spotted Zebra Press #16; 8 pages; printrun of 110 copies (10 signed/numbered); full title: Spotted Zebra Press Presents: Cereal Killer (A Breakfast Drama); included in Miscellania Unlimited Press' Serial Killer Metroplex Unibook package.
Neal Adams excerpt from The Cartoonist Cookbook (bio, drawing and recipes); Schools Named After Edgar Allan Poe; a Poe-as-spaceman paper doll; and lots more.
Comes with a rocket ship bookmark (made of resin maybe?).
Published for FAPA #284 (August 2008).
Signed/numbered edition of 60.
"What Is Existentialism?" essay part one.
4¼ x 5½"
Signed/numbered edition of 100.
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A virtual archive of mini-comics, fanzines, small press comics, newave comix and related items. The physical archive, housed at PF headquarters, is being built with personal acquisitions as well as generous donations from supporters. This project is most definitely a work in progress.