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Vision Quest #12

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Portland-area free comics tabloid.

The Dylan Williams contribution consists of two panels from Horse inserted into Emily Nilsson's comic.

There's one more contributor I'm not sure of: "Miller" (the only reference I see is on the cover).

Visions #3

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Visions #3

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Formerly 'Vision'.

Visions #4

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Formerly 'Vision'.

Visions #5

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Formerly 'Vision'.

Vitriol Anathema

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Vittle Chin

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At least two variations (printings?).

Viva La Long Cat

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I'm actually only guessing at the title.

10 pages -- sort of. It unfolds as you read until a final 8½ x 11" image.

Vivian: A Romance

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Vodeodo #1

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Nicely drawn comics in a variety of styles. One of the standouts is a three-page autobio piece about a bus trip to Berkeley to see the Cheap Suit Serenaders play.

Voice of Comicdom #02

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10 x 14 inches.

 

Formerly Fantasy Heroes’ Hangout.

Voice of Comicdom #06

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“Meet the Pro” with John Belfi, and articles about Alex Kotsky’s Apartment 3G, The Bond Era by Rudi Franke, and an Australian character named “The Panther” by John Ryan.   Letters from Richard Kyle, Dick Ayers, Steve Perrin, Sid Greene, Murray Boltinoff, Will Eisner.

Voice of Comicdom #09

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Interview with Al Williamson.  “Meet the Pro” feature about John Romita, Sr.

Voice of Comicdom #10

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Main feature is an uncredited article titled “The Growth of Steve Canyon,” illustrated with art by Milton Caniff.

 

A virtual archive of mini-comics, fanzines, small press comics, newave comix and related items. The physical archive, housed at PF headquarters, is being built with personal acquisitions as well as generous donations from supporters. This project is most definitely a work in progress.