Edd Vick interviews Steve Gallacci, "Why a Duck?" (36 cartoonists on why they deal in funny animals), Rowrbrazzle portfolio section, letter from James Pugh looking for fan artists.
Some of the contents include: a fold-out mini-poster by Brian Buniak, back cover jam page
Characters appearing in art and comics include: Fats Waller, Frankenstein's monster, Hokey Wolf, Frank Gorshin/the Riddler, Sandman (Marvel), Lee Meriwether/Catwoman, Batman, Larry Storch, the Joker, Deanna Lund, Susan Silo, Donna Loren, Terry Moore, Simpsons characters, Morty the Dog
Hand-colored element on cover.
Fewer than 50 copies usually printed (probably more like 25).
Central Mailer for this issue: Darren Auck and Mike Kraiger
This was the final issue, until Van Hise resumed as both editor and publisher with a “New First Issue” in May 2000.
PARODY issue, with parodies of THE COMICS JOURNAL and STARLOG.
Editorial features include:
“What’s So Funny About Comics?” by Robert Strauss. “MAD Index 1-23” by Bill Hansen and Dan Ciminelli. “The Truth About Pirate’s Gold” (about the Donald Duck story by Carl Barks) by Jim Korkis. “The Case of the Bogus Avery” by Jim Korkis. “Captain Kentucky: The Comic is Put Back Into Comic Strips” by James Van Hise. “CRITIQUE” fanzine and comix reviews by Robert Strauss, Vernon Clark, and JVH. “THE OLD BOOKDEAL’R — GUD BOOX” by Stephen Bissette. “COMICOPIA” by RC Harvey. "MARK BURBEY’S INTERVIEW,” featuring a transcript of a radio interview with Moe Howard. “The Three Stooges in Nuclear Knuckleheads” by Mark Burbey, Richard “Grass” Green, and Eddie Eddings.
(The Three Stooges material in this issue was from a one-shot Stooges fanzine Mark Burbey was putting together, but was never published because Norman Maurer required a $2500 licensing fee to proceed.)
MONSTER INVASION Portfolio by Jim McDermott and Steve Fiorilla