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Writers / Artists: Tim Erenata

City Limits Gazette (Willis) January 1992, #Aged Richie Rich on his deathbed whispering \"Rosebud\"

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

Also in this issue: comix reviews by Lynn Hansen and the continuation of the Morty Dog Memorial Library Bad Beatles Countdown.

I believe this issue also came with State of Beings #5.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) May 1992, #Mongo Gasoline

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

Also in this issue: the Bil Keane Watch, readers answer questions, Lynn Hansen on IP licensing, Willis article on Major Mite, and a logo by Ryan Eifert.

Saddle-stitched, b&w interiors.

I believe this issue also came with Willis' State of Beings #10.

City Limits Gazette (Willis) September 1993, #Harry & Lena ride the Jell-O jitney

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Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.

Also in this penultimate issue: logo art and "Letter from Yugoslavia" by Saša Rakezić, San Diego con report from Wayno, four CLG Reader Profiles (Randy Reynaldo, Steve Lafler, Jonathan Tegnell and Ricardo Nancy McJacksonstein), Bruce Sweeney's "Underground Station" column (with logo art by Spain), Gary Usher's "Obscuro Press: 1972", the Bil Keane Watch, more.

Unbound, b&w interiors.

Improvisational Comics #1

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Oatmeal #6

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Oatmeal #7

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Prints of the City

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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.