Newsletter of the Minnesota Cartoonists' League. In this issue: local news, member doodles, a book review, Commando Cody back cover, other miscellaneous tidbits.
7 × 8½"
Newsletter of the Minnesota Cartoonists' League.
Newsletter of the Minnesota Cartoonists' League. In this issue: Mike Leonard inspired by Joe Shuster, Alex Raymond's Flash Gordon on the front, Louise Brooks photo on the back, doodles from members, a book review, other miscellaneous tidbits.
7 × 8½"
Catalogue for an exhibition of the same name. This is the second edition published for a later showing of the exhibition. The first edition was published in 1998. Foreward, essay, several pages of comics and biographies and sample art for 50 New Zealander cartoonists: Colin Wilson, Barry Linton, Joe Wylie, Laurence Clark, Kevin Jenkinson, Grant Major, Chris Knox, Peter Johnstone, Peter Adams, Timothy H. Glass, Tim Bollinger, Cornelius Stone, Dylan Horrocks, Roger Langridge, Peter Rees, Lars Cawley, Christian Carruthers, Trace Hodgson, Chris Slane, Anthony Ellison, Adam Jamieson, Timothy Kidd, Sophie McMillan, Brendan Philip, Andy Conlan, Karl Wills, Lisa Noble, Renee Jones, Willi Saunders, Wade Shotter, Terri Rota, Stefan Neville, Indira Neville, Glen Stewart, Tony Renouf, Glen Ross, Jared Lane & Jason Brice, Martin Emond, Simon Morse, Rufus Dayglo, Paul Rogers, Ant Sang, Kelvin Soh, Simon Rattray, Alex Beart, Saret Em, Craig Petersen, Zak Waipara, Tim Tripp, Jason Winter.
Printed on yellow stock, half in red ink, half in black ink.
Roughly 4¼ × 5½"
8 pages on cardstock
Adults-only collection of paper dolls of and outfits for alternative comix characters like Big Sister, Payne, Robert Outlaw's Olivia, Phil Foglio's Nymph of Eros and others. Costumes include those of Golden/Silver Age characters like Black Cat, Catwoman, Tiger Girl, etc.
Cardstock covers and centerspread.
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