Contents include pieces on the history of comics fandom (with many fanzine profiles and scans), Lee & Kirby, anniversary tributes (Fantastic Four, Antonio Prohias' Spy vs Spy, comics in 1986, Watchmen, Dark Horse Comics, SLG, Bone), more.
Appearances in art by Fantastic Four, Justice League of America, Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Galactus, the Watcher, Avengers, Inhumans, Black Panther, Sub-Mariner, Silver Surfer, Dr. Doom, Mole Man, Annihilus, Skrulls, Hulk, Spy vs Spy, Batman, Rorshach, Dr. Manhattan, the Comedian, Maus, the Joker, Boba Fett, Hellboy, Ghost, Predator, Concrete, Usagi Yojimbo, Groo, Conan, Willow, Alien, R2-D2, C-3PO, Stormtrooper, Milk & Cheese, Dr. Radium, Bone and more.
Features an interview with Ron Parker (editor/publisher of classic EC fanzine, Hoohah!), articles about the final years of Graham Ingels, the first EC convention, and more.
Features an article by Roger Hill about the boating accident that killed Max Gaines, after which William Gaines assumed the reins at EC Comics.
“One-shot edition put together for the fans and collectors attending the San Diego Comic Con 2000.” Includes pages reprinted from EC Lives! — the 1972 EC Fan Addict Convention Book, and an article titled “The EC Story” by Roger Hill.
EC fanzine. Title changed to Seraphim with issue #4.
EC Comics fanzine. Contents include: interview with William Gaines; pulp art of Graham Ingels; article on Joe Orlando; article on Roy G. Krenkel (including several handwritten letters); article on Ray Bradbury's EC comics; interview with Jerry De Fuccio; Wally Wood artwork for Galaxy Magazine; article on Basil Wolverton; an index to Frazetta and Krenkel book covers; a Frazetta portfolio; more.
EC fanzine. Two printings exist of this issue.
1st printing has a 75¢ cover price; 1500 copies
2nd printing has no cover price; 2000 copies
EC fanzine. Two printings exist of this issue. The first printing has matte cover stock, and the second printing has glossy cover stock.
1st printing: 2500 copies
2nd printing: 2000 copies