Fanzines

 
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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Near Mint #37
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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
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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 #2
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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
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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
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Al Dellinges, 1980, 1st, wraps

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

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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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Cartoonews #15
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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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The Comic World #20
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Fine, 1979, 1st, wraps

Long article on The Vigilante.

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Near Mint #32
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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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From the collection of Nick Meglin with a Certificate of Authenticity, Near Fine (light wear), Phi Kappa Phi, Auburn University, Auburn, AL, 2004, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 48 pages, black & white illustrations, softcover, color wraps, English

This copy is from the collection of longtime Mad Magazine editor Nick Meglin with a Certificate of Authenticity "Madly Yours, From The Estate Collection of...

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Trumpet #5
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VF, 1967, 1st, wraps

A sci-fi/fantasy fanzine. Three full-page illustrations by George Barr. "The Bohemian Tory" by Jerry Pournelle. Two-page ad for Witzend #1.

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Fanfare #3
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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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Reh: Lone Star Fictioneer #3
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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
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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
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NF, Spring 1976, color wraps

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

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Comics, The Golden Age #3
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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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Cartoonews #4
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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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REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4
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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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Fantasy Crossroads #14
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Near Fine (covers lightly rubbed, no thumbdents, light wear), Stygian Isle Press, Shawnee Mission, KS, 1978, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 44 pages, black & white illustrations, softcover, color wraps, English

A fantasy fanzine with fiction, articles, verse, and art. This issue features: Nudes Portfolio by Kenneth Smith (4 pages) Kenneth Smith: An...

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Fantasy Crossroads #15
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Near Fine (covers lightly rubbed, light wear), Stygian Isle Press, Shawnee Mission, KS, 1979, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 44 pages, black & white illustrations, softcover, color wraps, English

A fantasy fanzine with fiction, articles, verse, and art. This issue features: Nudes Portfolio by Kenneth Smith (4 pages) Kenneth Smith: An...

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Cartoonist Profiles #41
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Near Fine, 1979, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 100 pages, black & white illustrations, softcover, wraps, English

The long-running journal for professional cartoonists. Articles on: Mort Walker interviews Dik Browne about Hagar Preston Blair on Animated...

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Near Mint #24
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Dave Stevens, Stevens, Dave, Near Fine (lower rear corner bent, otherwise very flat, tight, clean), Al Dellinges, San Francisco, 1982, 1st, 10.5 inches, 8.25 inches, 48 pages, black & white, softcover, wraps, English

This issue features: A 14-page Dave Stevens interview. Lee Elias article. Four pages from a 1940 Disney Studios employment manual.

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Near Mint #4
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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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Whizzard #13
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Fine, 1980, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 48 pages, black & white illustrations, Softcover, wraps, English

Interviews with artists Marshall Rogers, Craig Russell, and Tim Conrad (with checklists for each), and writers Steve Gerber and Don McGregor. Illustrations...

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Squa Tront #7
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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
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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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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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Alter Ego #11
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Very Good+ mild wear, pages are yellowed/toned), Star* Reach, Hayward, 1978, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 36 pages, black & white illustrations, Softcover, color wraps, English

Two interviews: Golden Age artist and creator of Sub-Mariner Bill Everett interviewed by Roy Thomas. Moebius interviewed by Mike Friedrich.

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Panels #1
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Will Eisner, Eisner, Will, Near Fine (mild toning to the covers, light wear, very flat, tight, clean), John Benson, New York, 1979, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 36 pages, black & white illustrations, softcover, color wraps, English

John Benson's professional but short-lived fanzine. "Art & Commerce: An Oral Reminiscence by Will Eisner" (18 pages of small type). Jules...

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Al Williamson: His Work
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Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr., Al Williamson, Vadeboncoeur, Jr., Jim, Williamson, Al, Near Fine (front cover browned, very flat, tight), Promethean Enterprises, Sunnyvale, CA, 1971, 1st, 10.7 inches, 8.2 inches, 24 pages, 33 black & white illustrations, softcover, wraps, English

Jim Vadeboncoeur's Al Williamson checklist. With 33 black & white illustrations.

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Whizzard V. 2 #12
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NF (very light wear), 1979, 1st, wraps

Walt Simonson, Jim Starlin, Michael Golden, and Mike Nasser interviews and checklists. Illustrations by Terry Austin, Rick Burchett, Alex Bialy, others.

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Whizzard V. 2 #10
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VG+ (3/8" closed tear at the bottom edge of the first two sheets otherwise very flat and clean), 1977, 1st, wraps

26 sheets printed both sides and stapled. Interviews with Philip Jose Farmer and Isaac Asimov. An analysis of the novel 2001. Articles on Stanley Kubrick, EC...

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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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Alter Ego #10
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Limited to 5000 copies, Near Fine (moderate rubbing to spine ends, light rubbing to corners, interior very sound), New York, 1969, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 44 pages, black & white illustrations, Softcover, color wraps, English

The last issue of the original 1960s run of Roy Thomas comics fanzine. Gil Kane interviewed by John Benson. Article by Phil Seuling about putting on...

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Infinity #6
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Near Fine (moderate darkening to the edges, light wear, very flat, tight, clean), Gary Berman / Adam Malin, Flushing / Freeport, NY, 1976, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 48 pages, black & white, softcover, wraps, English

Gary Berman and Adam Malin's comic art fanzine consistantly published some of the top artists in comics. Jeff Jones cover. Art by Tim Conrad....

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Very Good+ (moderate rubbing to the spine, light wear to the corner, no thumbdents, flat, clean, mailing label on the back cover), Marvel Comics, New York, 1978, 1st, 11 inches, 8 inches, 32 pages, black & white illustrations, Softcover, color wraps, English

This issue of Marvel's house magazine concentrates upon Edgar Rice Burroughs, promoting Marvel's then-new line of Burroughs comics. Articles include Marv...

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Very Good+ (moderate rubbing to the spine, light wear to the corner, no thumbdents, flat, clean, mailing label on the back cover), Marvel, New York, 1977, 1st, 11 inches, 8 inches, 32 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

"Special Defenders Issue." Jack Kirby Silver Surfer pencil art. Interviews with Defenders writers Roy Thomas, Steve Englehart, Len Wein, Steve Gerber, and...

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Near Fine (light cover wear, very flat, tight, clean), National Periodical Publications, New York, 1975, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 52 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

This Sheldon Mayer issue includes the following: features on Sheldon Mayer by Anthony Tollin and Alex Toth; letters by Robert Bloch, Manly Wade Wellman, Roy...

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Near Fine (mild spotting to the edges, light rubbing to the corners, light cover wear, very flat, tight, clean), National Periodical Publications, New York, 1975, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 48 pages, black & white illustrations, softcover, color wraps, English

This Joe Orlando issue includes the following: a career retrospective of Joe Orlando by Paul Levitz; Judgement Day, the 7-page EC story by Joe Orlando; an...

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Near Fine (mild spotting to the edges, light rubbing to the corners, light cover wear, very flat, tight, clean), National Periodical Publications, New York, 1975, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 48 pages, black & white illustrations, softcover, color wraps, English

This Special Superman Issue includes the following: interviews with Mort Weisinger and Curt Swan; a letter from Kirk Alyn; a piece on Dick Milgroom, the...

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Near Fine (mild spotting to the edges, light rubbing to the corners, light cover wear, very flat, tight, clean), National Periodical Publications, New York, 1975, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 52 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

This Carmine Infantino issue includes the following: two retrospectives of Carmine Infantino's career (by Bob Rozakis & Jack C. Harris, and Mike Barr);...

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Near Fine (mild spotting to the edges, light rubbing to the corner, light cover wear, very flat, tight, clean), National Periodical Publications, New York, 1976, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 52 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

This issue includes the following: interviews with DC VP of operations Sol Harrison and production manager Jack Adler; an article about the series and...

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Near Fine (bump to the lower corner, light cover wear, very flat, tight, clean), National Periodical Publications, New York, 1976, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 52 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

This Super-Villains issue includes the following: an "interview" with Sinestro by E. Nelson Bridwell and Anthony Tollin; a piece on heroes who operate...

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Near Fine (light rubbing to the corners, light cover wear, very flat, tight, clean), National Periodical Publications, New York, 1976, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 52 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

This issue includes the following: a piece on science fiction in comics; the confusing continuity of "Earth After Disaster" by Paul Levitz; an interview...

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Near Fine (mild spotting to the edges, light rubbing to the corners, light cover wear, very flat, tight, clean), DC Comics, New York, 1977, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 52 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

This special Justice League issue includes the following: a history of the JLA; a piece on various JLA writers, such as Gardner Fox, Cary Bates, Steve...

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Very Good+ (moderate rubbing to the corners, some toning to the edges, light cover wear, very flat, tight, clean), DC Comics, New York, 1977, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 52 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

This special Golden Age issue includes the following: "Roots of the Golden Age" by Skip Kirkland; a piece on The Freedom Fighters; an article on how the...

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REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #3
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Fine (sharp, very flat, tight, clean), Arnold Fenner, Shawnee Mission, KS, 1975, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 68 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

Spectrum Annual founder Arnold Fenner published this excellent 1970s Robert E. Howard fanzine. Wraparound cover by Alan Weiss, colored by Richard...

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