Jab pub #344
Roughly 8¼ x 10¾".
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Jab pub #217
Roughly 8¼ x 10¾".
Logo by (and photo of) Sergio Aragones.
The Joe Zabel cover features characters originally drawn by other newave cartoonists elsewhere (such as Clay Geerdes, George Kochell, Par Holman, Clark A. Dissmeyer, Parsonavich, David Miller, John Howard, etc.) in distressing commentary about the place of minicomix.
Appearances by a Smurf, the Beatles and Yoko Ono.
The White Buffalo Gazette is the newsletter / zine that took the place of Steve Willis' City Limits Gazette when it was retired (and it was originally inspired by Bruce Chrislip's zine of the same name as well as Clay Geerdes' Comix World newsletter). Several editors have published their own WBG over the years and it generally always contained comics, art, letters and info on new releases.
This issue is from Edward Bolman and Cat Noel's run.
There's one other small drawing I'm unsure of. Chad Woody?
Includes a few jam pages with Steve Willis and a Joe Matt parody. Appearances by Morty the Dog, Elvis Presley and the Beatles.
6½ x 10¼"
Indicia says July but printing info on back says August.
All-Con (Dallas) Mini-Comics Workshop mini put together by Frank Anderson, Jr.
Souvenir comic of the Dallas Fantasy Fair, produced and publishing during the show.
This series was originally intended to be published as a graphic novel by Eclipse Comics. Throughout the series it seems that most (if not all) of Feazell's main characters appear.
Generally speaking, Not Available printings beyond the 1st have a datestamp on the front or back cover which is the printing date of the batch that copy was from. Matt Feazell says those post-1st printings were usually 60 copies or fewer.
1st printing appears to be March 1990.
Other known printings:
October 18, 1999
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