Fanzines

 
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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The FXRH Collection
  $150.00
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Ernest Farino, Sam Calvin, Ray Harryhausen, Farino, Sam Calvin, Ernest, Harryhausen, Ray, Very Fine, Archive Editions, Los Angeles, 2012, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 336 pages, over 1000 color and black & white photos and illustrations, Softcover, wraps, English

The FXRH Collection ("Special Visual Effects Created by Ray Harryhausen") The legendary fanzine published from 1971 - 1974 reprinted in a *Deluxe Edition...

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Hot Stuf' #1
  $125.00
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Very Fine, Sal Quartuccio, Brooklyn, 1974, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 60 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

Sal Quartuccio's slick fanzine of "Illustrated science fiction and fantasy!" Original comic book stories by Richard Corben (Bug, Flys), Rich Buckler, George...

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Fine, Promethean Enterprises, San Jose, CA, 1971, 1st, 10.9 inches, 8.5 inches, 68 pages, black & white, softcover, wraps, English

A beautiful copy of the third issue of this art zine published by Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr. It includes its original Promethean Enterprises mailing envelope...

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Promethean Enterprises #2
  $100.00
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Near Fine (slight fading along the spine, light wear), Promethean Enterprises, San Jose, CA, 1970, 1st, 10.9 inches, 8.5 inches, 56 pages, black & white, softcover, wraps, English

A clean copy of the second issue of this art zine published by Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr. This issue: Artwork by Rick Griffin, Robert Crumb, Greg Irons,...

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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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Anomaly #1
  $75.00
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Fine (slight rubbing to the corners, no thumbdents, very flat, tight, clean,), Anomaly Publishing Empire, Wichita, KS, 1969, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 32 pages, black & white illustrations, softcover, wraps, English

Jan S. Strnad edited and published this impressive high-quality sci-fi fantasy comic art fanzine. This issue features: wraparound cover by Robert...

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Fine, Promethean Enterprises, San Jose, CA, 1971, 1st, 10.9 inches, 8.5 inches, 80 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

A beautiful copy of the penultimate issue of this art zine published by Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr. This issue: 7-page story by Dennis Nolan 3-page story...

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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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Mr. A
  $60.00
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Steve Ditko, Ditko, Steve, Fine (sharp, very flat, tight, clean), Comic Art Publishers, Brooklyn, 1973, 1st, 10.9 inches, 8.2 inches, 40 pages, black & white with 4 pages in color, softcover, color wraps, English

"A is A." The first stand-alone Mr. A comic. Feverish Ayn Rand-ian comics by Steve Ditko. Published by Joe Brancatelli.

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Steranko, et al, Steranko, et al, Very Good+ (moderate darkening to the edges, mild wear), Gary Groth, Springfield, VA, 1970, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 52 pages, black & white, softcover, wraps, English

Gary Groth's early comic fanzine. A one-page Club Memo Bonus Sheet AND a one-page solicitation for Fantastic Fanzine issues #12-13 are laid in! 28 pages...

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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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Infinity #4
  $50.00
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Fine (slightest wear, very clean and flat), Gary Berman / Adam Malin, Flushing / Freeport, NY, 1972, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 84 pages, black & white illustrations, softcover, color wraps, English

Gary Berman and Adam Malin's comic art fanzine consistantly published some of the top artists in comics. This issue features art by Richard Corben (color...

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The Dave Cockrum Treasury
  $50.00
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Dave Cockrum, Cockrum, Dave, Very Good+ (rubbing to corners, moderate wear to covers), Aardwolf, Morristown, NJ, 1996, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 44 pages, 39 full-page black & white illustrations, softcover, wraps, English

39 rare and unpublished pieces with comments by Cockrum. With an introduction "Dave Cockrum: An Appreciation" by Chris Claremont.

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Infinity #3
  $50.00
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Fine (very light wear, no thumbdents, very flat, tight, clean), Gary Berman / Adam Malin, Flushing / Freeport, NY, 1971, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 36 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

Gary Berman and Adam Malin's comic art fanzine consistantly published some of the top artists in comics. Painted covers by Frank Brunner and Robert...

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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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The Art of Neal Adams Vol. 2
  $40.00
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Neal Adams, Adams, Neal, Fine, Sal Quartuccio, Brooklyn, 1977, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 32 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

"A collection of Neal Adams artwork never before seen by fandom." Rare superhero, advertising and film work by Neal Adams. Three pencil pages for "War...

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Very Good+ (mild rubbing to lower corner, edges age toned), National Periodical Publications, New York, 1974, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 52 pages, black & white, softcover, wraps, English

The official DC fanzine, published by DC, and only available through mail order. Amazing World of DC Comics was a regrettably short-lived (17 issues)...

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Near Fine (mild spotting to the edges, light cover wear, very flat, tight, clean), National Periodical Publications, New York, 1974, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 52 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

This issue includes the following: interview with Cary Bates and Elliot Maggin; a piece on the never produced Adventures of Superboy TV show; the centerfold...

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Near Fine (mild spotting to the edges, light cover wear, very flat, tight, clean), National Periodical Publications, New York, 1974, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 52 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

This Julius Schwartz issue includes the following: reminiscences of Julie Schwartz by sci-fi writers and comic book pros; a piece on the Schwartz-led...

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Near Fine (mild 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 Wonder Woman issue includes the following: an article about Wonder Woman's confusing continuity by Martin Pasko; a piece on DC heroes on TV;...

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REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #3
  $35.00
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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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REH: Lone Star Fictioneer #4
  $35.00
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Fine (sharp, very flat, tight, clean), Arnold Fenner, Shawnee Mission, KS, 1976, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 64 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

"The Howard Fanzine." A Robert E. Howard fanzine published by Arnie Fenner. Robert E. Howard's story, Three-Bladed Doom, with three full-page...

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Witzend #4
  $35.00
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Near Fine (light bump to the upper corner, mild edge wear and darkening to the edges), Wallace Wood, New York, 1968, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 36 pages, black & white, softcover, wraps, English

Wallace Wood's critically acclaimed fanzine showcasing some of the best artists of the era. Issue #4 includes: Wally Wood cover, The World of the Wizard...

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Near Fine (light rubbing to the corners, mild toning to the edges, light cover wear, very flat, tight, clean), National Periodical Publications, New York, 1974, 1st, 11 inches, 8.5 inches, 52 pages, black & white, softcover, color wraps, English

The official DC fanzine, published by DC, and only available through mail order. Amazing World of DC Comics was a regrettably short-lived (17 issues)...

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Whizzard V. 2 #12
  $30.00
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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
  $30.00
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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
  $30.00
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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
  $30.00
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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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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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Whizzard #13
  $25.00
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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
  $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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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
  $25.00
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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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