Contents include "The Founding of the House of Info" by John McGeehan and artwork by Mike Royer.
Batman-themed fanzine. 3rd anniversary issue. Contents include capsule summaries of 1942 Batman stories, excerpts from recent Batman-related news reportage, comic strip instructions on how to do the Batusi, a bit on Bob Kane and the creation of Batman, more.
Membership includes Jerry Bails (Central Mailer), Paul Gambaccini, Bob Jennings, Bill Placzek, Daniel Alderson, John Koch, John & Tom McGeehan, Tom Dietz, Richard Kyle, David Castronuovo, Marc Nadel, Pete Jackson, Dick Memorich, David Kaler, Pete Phillips, Glen Goggin, Duncan Robertson, Margaret Gemignani, Howard Keltner and Al Kuhfeld.
Cover by Jerry Bails.
Contributions are Agent X Reporting (Bails), House of Info (McGeehans), Listen Here! (Gambaccini), Comments and Suggestions Re Academy Elections (Kuhfeld), Mandrake the Magician in the Land of X (House of Info - McGeehans), Data Sheet - DC Scripts by Otto Binder (Bails), Checklists of Features in Comic Books of the First Heroic Age - Approx. 1938-51 (Keltner), I Was a Teenage Gambaccini! or Blecch! (Gambaccini) and Wonderworld #1 (Kyle).
Reproduction by ditto and mimeograph.
No roster of membership is given in this mailing.
Cover by Howard Keltner
Contributions include Agent X Reporting (Bails), Checklists of Features in Comic Books of the First Heroic Age (Keltner), House of Info (McGeehans), DC Scripts by Otto Binder (Bails), On Zines...Pro & Fan (Keltner), Comicon '65 (Kaler), Richard Kyle's Wonderworld #2 (Kyle) and Looking Back and Ahead (Foss).
Back cover by Ronn Foss
No membership roster given.
Cover by Ronn Foss
Contributions include Looking Back and Ahead (Foss), Operation Ishfael (Moslander), Agent X Reporting (Bails), House of Info (McGeehans), The Authoritative Guidebook for the Bewildered Comic Pro (Weingroff via Bails), A Clipping for Your Files (Bails), The Chopping Block (Robertson), Kid Stuff? (Kuhfeld) and Heavy Water #1 (Patten)
Reproduction by ditto and mimeograph
Back cover by Fred Patten and Jack Harness
Features include “The Fanzine Story — Fanzine History” by John McGeehan, an article about Star Trek by Larry Herndon reprinted from Huh? #1, and a review of a comic con organized by Calvin T. Beck.
Comic Vendor #4 ad from RBCC #52.
Contents include: "The Comics Market Today" article; three pages of parody covers (Fantastic Four, Atom, Superman family); John McGeehan's list of known comics fanzines; article on the Phantom; more.
Characters in fan art include: Phantom, Magnus, Robot Fighter
Ditto, 20 pages (17 sheets, most are one-sided), corner-stapled.
Contents include: a seven-page American Man ama-hero strip; sale/want lists (Howard Rogofsky, Mike Vosburg, Jerry Bails, others); a look at some obscure Golden Age characters; warnings about unscrupulous fans; letters; more.
Characters in art include: Shock Gibson, Captain Freedom, Black Cat, Pat Parker
There was a third person in TRIAD (another Foss but I'm not sure about the first name).
16 one-sided mimeograph/ditto pages.
Editorial features include:
Adam Strange cover by Buddy Saunders. ”THE FEATURE" profile of Mel Herbers. "ROCKETEER GOSSIP" by Rick Weingroff. "How's the World Treating You" by Weingroff. "THE BEST OF S-F" — Bob Harner 3rd reviews "The Bodyguard and Four Other Short Novels From Galaxy" edited by H.L. Gold. "Wanted: Dead or Alive" by Bernie Bubnis. "Captain America Story," article by Raymond Miller. ”Serial Shorts" by John McGeehan & GB Love. “The Rusty Man of Steel" by Paul Moslander. "LETTERS TO THE EDITOR" from Richard Durell, Paul Moslander, Doug Storer, Rick Weingroff, and Bernie Bubnis.
All-ditto issue. (5 pages blank.)
Editorial features include:
Green Lantern cover by Buddy Saunders. "THE FEATURE" profiles John McGeehan. Article comparing comics of the early '60s to the 1940s and '50s by John McGeehan. "A Voice from the Minority, or Is There Anything with Comics Today That Talent Couldn’t Cure?“ — opinion by Bill Spicer (lettered/illustrated by Spicer). "THE BEST OF S-F" by Bob Harner 3rd. "Flashy" — short story by Bill Regier & Chuck Moss. "Human Torch" article written/illustrated by Raymond Miller. "ROCKETEER GOSSIP" by Rick Weingroff. "THE ROCKET ROLL" lists new members: Marvin Wolfman, Lucien Kettle, Donald Petrone, Dick Memorich, Jeremy Barry, and Sherman Howard. "LETTERS TO THE EDITOR" from John McGeehan, Marvin Wolfman, Dave Bibby, John Page, Rick Weingroff, Alan Weiss, Walt Taylor, and James E. Brown.
FIGHTING HEROES #2
ROCKET'S BLAST SPECIAL #1
STAR STUDDED COMICS #1
All-ditto issue. (8 pages blank.)
Editorial features include:
Captain Marvel cover by Howard Keltner. "THE FEATURE" profiles Dave Bibby. "ROCKETEER GOSSIP" by Rick Weingroff. "Justice by Lightning," article about Captain Marvel by John Ferrazzano with art by P. Alfieri (and "mastered" by Buddy Saunders). Green Lama Pin-Up by Raymond Miller.
"The Rise of the Atomic Knights" by Walt Taylor with art by Alan Weiss. "Captain Marvel Comic Books from Spain" by John McGeehan. "THE BEST OF S-F" — Bob Harner 3rd reviews “Some Will Not Die” by Algis Budrys. "LETTERS TO THE EDITOR" from Stan Lee, letter from Jerry Bails (about NebraskaFan Meeting), Carter De Paul, Robert Malisani, Bill Spicer, and Fred Bronson.
BLACK STAR #1
FIGHTING HEROES #4
KOMIK HEROZ OF THE FUTURE #2
Vol. 2, #1
Features include the first installment of George Barr’s adaptation of Poul Anderson’s The Broken Sword.
Letters page includes letters from Poul Anderson, George Barr, and Harry Warner Jr.