#177 in Kennedy's Underground and Newave Comix Price Guide.
On the inside front cover is a photo of a woman wearing a Babyfat t-shirt. If you view the inside front cover by holding the mini up to the light you can now see through this woman's t-shirt thanks to Eric Vincent's cover drawing. Such a funny surprise.
#179 in Jay Kennedy's Official Underground and Newave Comix Price Guide.
#182 in Jay Kennedy's Official Underground and Newave Comix Price Guide.
Contents include: Clay Geerdes "Comix Wavola" comix history column, Bruce Sweeney's "Underground Station", The Small Press Round Table discussion (with Matt Feazell, Brad Foster, Doug Holverson, Steve Keeter, Jim Main, T.M. Maple and others), A.P. McQuiddy interviews Scott Stevens, comics reviews, news, more.
Roughly 11½ x 17½
United Fanzine Organization memberzine.
Nicely-produced giveaway micro-comic by Walter Rodgers (Just Another 8-Page Wonder).
Roughly 2½ × 3"
Green ink on pastel yellow
#785 in Jay Kennedy's Official Underground and Newave Comix Price Guide.
In 1987 Steve Willis announced that he was killing his Morty the Dog character for good this time (or so he said). So the team of Hal Hargit and David Tosh got a bunch of cartoonists together to produce this thick "affectionate tribute/roast/eulogy" for the character (and his creator, of course).
* Morty meets Fritz the Cat (courtesy of D. Tosh)
* a gorgeous Morty centerspread by Jeff Gaither
* Steve Willis as a Matt Feazell stick character
* Wayno's story in which Morty meets Howie the Hat (sort of) and speaks only in lines from classic R&B songs
* Ted Bolman's "The Mortys Steve Didn't Draw"
* an 8½ × 11" fold-out jam by Willis and most of the contributors
Includes fold-out centerspread.
This issue's printed in blue ink with an added red on both covers and in the centerspread. Also included an insert.
Numbered edition of 500.
4¼ × 5½"
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