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Rocket’s Blast Comicollector / RBCC #077

  • Rocket’s Blast Comicollector / RBCC #077
Series Tag
Issue
77
Publisher
Publishing Imprint
City, State / Province
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Month
December
Year
Print Run
2000
Page Count (including covers in most cases)
120
Language
English
Notes

Editorial features include: 

Cover by John Adkins Richardson.

“COMIC COLLECTORS COMMENTS” by Howard P. Siegel.  

“The Adventures of Tarzan” — 2-page strip, uncredited.  

“EYEING THE EGOS” column by Jan Strnad.  

“RBCC INFORMATION CENTER” by Raymond Miller.  

“HOT AIR FROM A COOL FAN” by Andy Warner.  

A newspaper article about Phoenix Con 1970.

“Datarama” by Raymond Miller and Howard P. Siegel.  

"BLASTS FROM THE READERS" with a letter from Earl Blair, Jr.

 

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YESTERDAY

 

 

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