Fanzines

 
Joe Orlando, Orlando, Joe, Fine, DC Comics, New York, 1975, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 48 pages, black & white illustrations, softcover, color wraps, English

This issue cover features Joe Orlando, with an illustrated interview stressing his work as an editor at DC and a reprint of his EC story "Judgement Day."...

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Out of stock
George Perez, Perez, George, Very Fine, Tony Lorenz, Tampa, FL, 2004, 1st, 10.125 inches, 6.25 inches, 128 pages, black & white illustrations, Softcover, color wraps, English

A magazine "for Perez fans by Perez fans." Over half the book is made up of a George Perez art gallery of convention drawings, commissions, and pencilled...


The George Perez Newsletter #2
  $10.00
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George Perez, Perez, George, Very Fine, Tony Lorenz Productions, Virginia Beach, 2001, 1st, 10.25 inches, 6.5 inches, 64 pages, black & white illustrations, Softcover, color wraps, English


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Bill Schelly, Schelly, Bill, Very Fine, Raleigh, TwoMorrows, 2001, 1st, 9781893905122, 1893905128, 9 inches, 6 inches, 216 pages, black & white illustrations, Softcover, color wraps, English

Out-of-print. From the publisher: Sense of Wonder is the personal, often funny, sometimes poignant recollections of Bill Schelly's years as a comic...

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Gore Creatures #18
  $50.00
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Walt Simonson, et al, Simonson, et al, Walt, Near Fine (covers slightly dirty), Gary J. Scehla, Baltimore, 1970, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 30 pages, black & white illustrations, Softcover, wraps, English

Walt Simonson contributes the front and back covers and four interior illustrations to this side-stapled fanzine devoted to horror films! Peter...

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Argosy Vol. 3, #2
  $20.00
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Steranko, Steranko, Fine, Richard Kyle, Long Beach, November 1990, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 80 pages, black & white illustrations, softcover, color wraps

Color cover painting by Steranko for Philip Wylie's novella "The Savage Gentleman": the inspiration for Doc Savage. Part two is contained within. Jack...

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Fantastic Fanzine #11
  $45.00
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Near Fine, Steranko, Steranko, 1970, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 52 pages, black & white illustrations, softcover, wraps, English

28 pages on Steranko: interview, unpublished art, checklist. Barry Smith Silver Surfer illustration. Dave Cockrum Thunder Agents illustration.

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Comic Crusader #17
  $60.00
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Jim Steranko, Stan Pitt, Steve Ditko, David Cockrum, Steranko, Stan Pitt, Steve Ditko, David Cockrum, Jim, Near Fine (mild wear, slight browning to the cover edges), Martin L. Greim, Dedham, MA, 1976, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 32 pages, black & white illustrations, Softcover, wraps, English

There were always surprises to be found in Martin L. Greim's long-running fanzine. Greim had a knack for getting nice full-page drawings from both working...

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Comic Crusader #13
  $60.00
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Jim Steranko, Steve Ditko, Gil Kane, Steranko, Steve Ditko, Gil Kane, Jim, Near Fine (mild wear, slight browning to the cover edges), Martin L. Greim, Dedham, MA, 1972, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 36 pages, black & white illustrations, Softcover, wraps, English

There were always surprises to be found in Martin L. Greim's long-running fanzine. Greim had a knack for getting nice full-page drawings from both working...

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Comic Crusader #14
  $60.00
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Jim Steranko, Steve Ditko, Jack Kirby, Don Newton, Steranko, Steve Ditko, Jack Kirby, Don Newton, Jim, Near Fine (mild wear, slight browning to the cover edges), Martin L. Greim, Dedham, MA, 1972, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 36 pages, black & white illustrations, Softcover, wraps, English

There were always surprises to be found in Martin L. Greim's long-running fanzine. Greim had a knack for getting nice full-page drawings from both working...

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Curt Swan, Neal Adams, Swan, Neal Adams, Curt, Very Good+ (light nicks to bottom edge, light corner wear), DC Comics, New York, 1975, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 48 pages, black & white illustrations, softcover, color wraps, English

This issue of DC's house magazine features Superman. Includes brief interviews with Mort Weisinger and Curt Swan, an article on the Columbia Superman...

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Chris Ware, Ware, Chris, Fine, Folded as issued, Daniel Raeburn, Chicago, 1999, 1st, 17 inches, 11 inches, 22 pages, black & white illustrations, Softcover, wraps, English

Scarce in any condition, this is the Special Chris Ware Issue of Daniel K. Raeburn's fanzine The Imp. It features Ware artwork, critical analysis, an...

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Allan Gross, Mark Wheatley, Frank Cho, Al Williamson, et al., Gross, Allan, Wheatley, Frank Cho, Al Williamson, et al., Mark, Signed on the cover by artists Mark Wheatley, Frank Cho, and Al Williamson, and by writers Allan Gross and Gary Henry, Very Fine, Baltimore, Insight Studios Group, 1998, 1st, 1889317039, 10.125 inches, 6.625 inches, 192 pages, black & white illustrations, Softcover, color wraps, English

A pristine copy of this pulp magazine signed on the cover by five contributors: artists Mark Wheatley, Frank Cho, and Al Williamson, and writers Allan...

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Graphic Story Magazine #14
  $30.00
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Basil Wolverton, Wolverton, Basil, Near Fine, Bill Spicer, Los Angeles, Winter 1971-72, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 84 pages, over 100 black & white illustrations, softcover, color wraps, English

A special issue devoted to Basil Wolverton. Includes rare art and a long interview.

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Comic Crusader #12
  $60.00
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Bernie Wrightson, Jim Steranko, Dave Cockrum, Don Newton, Wrightson, Jim Steranko, Dave Cockrum, Don Newton, Bernie, Near Fine (moderate wear to corners, slight browning to edges), Martin L. Greim, Dedham, MA, 1972, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 32 pages, black & white illustrations, Softcover, wraps, English

There were always surprises to be found in Martin L. Greim's long-running fanzine. Greim had a knack for getting nice full-page drawings from both working...

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Cartoonews #15
  $10.00
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Fine, 1977, 1st, Softcover, wraps, English

A history of JUDGE; Kurtzman interview; John Prentice profile; Vip self-portrait.

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Cartoonews #4
  $20.00
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VG+, 1975, 1st, Softcover, wraps

Ray Gotto's Ozark Ike. Al Capp's autobiography in comic strip form. Sports cartoonist Phil Bissell's story. A Day with Harold Foster. "Fleischer...

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Cartoonews #5
  $15.00
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Near Fine, Orlando, FL, 1979, 1st, 10.75 inches, 8.25 inches, 54 pages, black & white, softcover, wraps

Jim Ivey and Bill Sheridan's pro-zine. "Alex Toth tells how he works...." and a 4-page story. Includes: Howard Brodie. Interview with Ray...

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Cartoonews #9
  $15.00
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NF, 1976, 1st, Softcover, wraps

Original Milton Caniff front cover and Jack Davis back cover. Four pages of Roy Crane's earliest drawings. Dooley's World by Roger Bradfield. NEA's Chiel...

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Comics, The Golden Age #3
  $20.00
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Fine, Ron Goulart, Goulart, Ron, New Media, 1984, 1st, Softcover, color wraps

A fanzine dedicated to the Golden Age edited by Ron Goulart. Hero Profile on Plastic Man. Interview with Creig Flessel. 28 pages reprinting really obscure...

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Fine (a round blue sticker has been placed over the word "Free" on the cover, the page edges slightly tanned, otherwise sharp, flat, and tight), Highwater Books, Cambridge, MA, 1997, 1st, 8 inches, 5.5 inches, 128 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

A wonderful color cover by Seth and black & white comics by a variety of artists paying tribute to their favorite Marvel characters: Tom Devlin, James...

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Fanfare #3
  $20.00
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NF, 1980, 1st, Softcover, wraps

Will Elder's movie poster art. Polish sculptor Szukalski. Japanese TV animation.

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Fantastic Fanzine #12
  $20.00
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Fine, 1970, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 54 pages, black & white illustrations, Softcover, color wraps, English

Syd Shores interview. A number of Cockrum illustrations, including a painting of a female warrior nude.

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Inanity #4
  $30.00
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Fine, 1971, 1st, wraps

Jim Vadeboncouer & Bob Napier's dead-on parody of Infinity. With art parodies of Wrightson, Frank Frazetta, Jones, Roy Krenkel and all the usual fanzine...

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Julius Schwartz, Schwartz, Julius, Near Fine (two mild vertical spine creases), Harper Collins, New York, 2000, 1st, 8 inches, 8.5 inches, xxiv, 197 pages, black & white, softcover, wraps, English

Schwartz' autobiography. Afterword by Harlan Ellison. Out of print. Before there was Superman or Batman, before Ray Bradbury or Harlan Ellison ever...

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Near Mint #2
  $10.00
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Al Dellinges, 1980, 1st, wraps

Milton Caniff article "Detour Guide for an Arm-Chair Marco Polo"; A page from Joe Kubert & Norman Maurer's 1954 Comic Book Illustration Course; "Comics and...

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Near Mint #2
  $10.00
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Al Dellinges, 1980, 1st, wraps

Milton Caniff article "Detour Guide for an Arm-Chair Marco Polo". A page from Joe Kubert & Norman Maurer's 1954 Comic Book Illustration Course. "Comics and...

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Near Mint #3
  $10.00
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Al Dellinges, 1980, 1st, wraps

Al Capp; Sheena; Disney's Reluctant Dragon; Jack Davis.

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Near Mint #32
  $15.00
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NF, Al Dellinges, 1984, 1st, wraps

Review of the Milt Caniff exhibition and opening weekend celebration at Ohio State University, Captain George index, Mike McMahon.

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Near Mint #37
  $10.00
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Al Dellinges, 1986, 1st, wraps

Joe Kubert Interview from Alter Ego #6 (1963); Burne Hogarth.

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Near Mint #39
  $10.00
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Al Dellinges, 1987, 1st, wraps

Secret Agent X-9. NCS cartoons presented to President Truman. 1933 Fortune magazine article on the comic strip business.

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Near Mint #4
  $25.00
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VG+, Al Dellinges, 1980, 1st, wraps

The Art of Jack Burnley. With an interview and a short essay by Burnley. This copy has several handwritten corrections to the Burnley interview apparently BY...

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Reh: Lone Star Fictioneer #3
  $20.00
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NF, 1975, 1st, color wraps

Nino, Leialoha, Roy Krenkel, Stephen Fabian, PC Russell, Alcala, Chaykin, Simonson.

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Reh: Lone Star Fictioneer #3
  $20.00
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NF, 1975, 1st, color wraps

Nino, Leialoha, Roy Krenkel, Stephen Fabian, PC Russell, Alcala, Chaykin, Simonson.

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Reh: Lone Star Fictioneer #4
  $20.00
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NF, Spring 1976, color wraps

"The Howard Fanzine." Frazetta, Steranko, Chaykin, John Severin, Walt Simonson.

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REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4
  $20.00
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Fine, Spring 1976, color wraps

"The Howard Fanzine." Stories and a John Severin interview. New illustrations by Frazetta (1), Steranko (3), Chaykin (2), John Severin, Walt Simonson (2),...

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Seraphim #5
  $30.00
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Print run of 500 copies, NF, Tom Veilleux, nd (1970), wraps

Bernie Wrightson, Kenneth Smith, Roy G. Krenkel portfolios. Al Williamson. Jeff Jones. Article "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, MAD" by Bill Parente.

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Shayol #2
  $20.00
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Fine, 1978, 1st, color wraps

Tim Kirk interview and art, Howard Chaykin, Frank Brunner, Steve Fabian, Harlan Ellison.

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Very Fine, Piers Casimir, Wheathampstead, 2013, 1st, 8.25 inches, 5.8 inches, 20 pages, color and black & white illustrations, Softcover, wraps, English

This final issue of Spooky, The Warren Fanzine features an interview with Warren's most prolific cover artist Ken Kelly. Richard Corben and Nick Cuti each...

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Fine, Piers Casimir, Wheathampstead, 2010, 1st, 11.75 inches, 8.4 inches, 116 pages, black & white illustrations, Softcover, color wraps, English

This oversize issue of Spooky, The Warren Fanzine reprints 10 pages from issues 1-3 and features 30 new interviews with artists and others who worked on the...

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Squa Tront #3
  $40.00
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Near Fine (very light wear), Jerry Weist, Wichita, KS, 1969, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 76 pages, 2 color & numerous black & white illustrations, softcover, wraps, English

Color covers of an Al Feldstein space painting and a Reed Crandall Mars painting. Articles: Frazetta Collector (by Bob Barrett), EC Sci-Fi Comics (by...

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Squa Tront #7
  $25.00
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Very Fine, Jerry Weist, 1977, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 52 pages, 10 color illustrations and 16pp color comic insert , 50 black & white illustrations, Softcover, wraps, English

A great issue of the classic EC fanzine. Articles include: "Krenkel & Creepy" with 8 color and 22 black & white illustrations. Jack Davis...

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Squa Tront #8
  $25.00
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4000 copy print run, Near Fine, Jerry Weist, Wichita, KS, 1978, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 64 pages, 8 color and 66 black & white illustrations, softcover, wraps, English

The longest running EC fanzine! Contents: Transcripts from the 1972 EC convention: The Horror Panel. The War Panel. The Science Fiction Panel....

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VG+ (covers worn, interior Fine), Jerry Weist, 1983, 1st, Softcover, wraps, English

The last issue of the original run of this venerable EC fanzine was this massive 100-page squarebound volume with 14 color and over 150 b&w...

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NF, NCS, 1977, 1st, color wraps

The first issue of this newsletter for the National Cartoonists Society. Nine pages of news about members. Covers by Arnold Roth and Curt Swan.

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VF, NCS, 1977, 1st, color wraps

The first issue of this newsletter for the National Cartoonists Society. Covers by Arnold Roth and Curt Swan.

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The Comic World #20
  $15.00
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Fine, 1979, 1st, wraps

Long article on The Vigilante.

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The Golden Age Collector #2
  $40.00
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Fine, SFCA, Miami, 1973?, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 60 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

Reprints of Golden Age comics: Blue Bolt (Joe Simon), The Green Lama (Raboy), The Claw, Spacehawk (Wolverton), The Secret Files of Dr. Drew (Eisner), The...

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