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http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ditkomania $1.50 I’m not certain that Rob Imes makes a firm connection between the moral rights of the vaguely defined rebels in The Arab Spring and anything relating to the work of Steve Ditko, but nonetheless it was interesting to … Continue reading

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After year’s in the making Robin Dale’s much anticipated Comic Fanzine Price Guide is finally in print! Available from Amazon.com and direct from the publisher Amdale Media (in several limited editions) at www.amdalemedia.com/print.shtml The Guide includes a variety of information … Continue reading

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groups.yahoo.com/group/ditkomania Simply put, Ditkomania remains one of the best pure fanzines around. Honestly, I never paid that much attention to the work of Steve Ditko, but I feel like I’ve slowly been getting a heady education in the process, after … Continue reading

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Long report with lots of photos of old-time fanzine folks at Aaron Caplan’s John Fantucchio tribute site: www.fantucchio.com/fandom_reunion_comic-…_fandom_reunion.html

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Gene Kehoe, 2265 Byron Ave., Waterloo, IA 50702 iaf1952@yahoo.com This is the first issue of It’s A Fanzine that I’ve sampled and I enjoyed most of it. There are a few dull spots here and there, but for the most … Continue reading

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Ouroborus #24 & 25 by Steve & Vicki Ogden (e-mail) The two most recent editions of Ouroborus are tributes to Frank Frazetta (#24) and Al Williamson (#25). Each of these is packed with info and tons of photos and illustrations. … Continue reading

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