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Chi #3

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Chilam Balam #1

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Literary zine from the University of California (Davis) that contains a 1998 interview with Neal Adams (in English, Spanish and French), cover art by Moebius, cartoons by Jae-Dong Park, a drawing by Frank Frazetta, poetry, short fiction, an essay and other artwork.

Published flipbook-style where the issue starts from each end.

There may be more contributors than listed above.

Cinemania #16

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Produced for CAPA-Alpha #65.

Published in 1970?

Cinemania #17

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Produced "mostly" for CAPA-Alpha (issue unknown).

Published in 1970?

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City God #2

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City God #3

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Collected Naugacomics, The Vol. 2

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The Naugacomics are similar in spirit and format to Willis' Morty Comix and are another precursor to the current ACEO / art cards. Like Morty Comix, the typical format of the Naugas was the hand-drawn, four-page booklet. Some were sketchy, some were more polished, some were hand-colored. Some of them even represented installments in continuing stories – the long-running "Houseboat on the Styx" serial, for example.

Begun in January, 1986, over 500 (perhaps more) were produced and are scattered around the globe. This series attempted to collect as many of them as possible.

This series was published by Jeff Nicholson (Ultra Klutz), who was also responsible for the Steve Willis Archives series.

Collector, The [Franke] #1

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Color My Totem

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Printed on cardstock.

Comic Caper #1

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Contents include: ama-hero fiction with illustrations (Five Horsemen of Death, Green Sceptre), superhero origins; more.

Characters in fan art include: Green Lantern, Flash (Golden/Silver), Eclipso, Atom, Batman, Hawkman, Aquaman, Will Magnus

Ditto, saddle-stitched.

Comic Caper #2

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Contents include: article on Lex Luthor; 10-page Junior Commandoes WWII comic by Arbunich and DuBay; letters (Flo Steinberg, Larry Herndon, "D.C. Publications"); more.

Offset/ditto, saddle-stitched.

Comic Celler #2

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Contents include: article on the Hulk; ama-hero comics; a story index for the first 35 issues of The Avengers (then current); index of Hulk stories; a Dr. Strange parody comic; more.

Characters in art include: Hulk, Green Hornet

Offset, side-stapled.

Comic Chamber #1

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This first issue is essentially Ford's sale list with introductory text (including thoughts on the new Romita Spider-Man) and a few drawings.

Print run: probably 40-60, according to the indicia

Ditto, corner-stapled, three one-sided sheets.

Comic Chamber #2

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Contents include: editorial on high prices in fandom; "The Return of Iron Jaw" article; ama-hero fiction (the Golden Blade); indexes for Showcase and the Atomic Knights; paperback reviews; more.

Characters in art include: T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents, Iron Jaw, Crimebuster, Captain America

Ditto, side-stapled.

Numbered edition of 60.

Comic Update #04

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Mini-comic reviews and a few letters.

Comic Update #09

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Mini-comic reviews and news.

Comic Update #13

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Mini-comic listings and pot-stirring.

Two one-sided sheets.

It appears that copies of this issue also came with William Dockery's Demon House Theatre #1 mini.

Comic-Con International: San Diego 1998 Program

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Tributes in art and writing to the Legion of Super-Heroes, Superman, Elfquest, comics for boys and girls, and Archie Goodwin.

Appearances by other characters include Bizarro Superman, Cutey Bunny, George Reeves, Christopher Reeve, Dean Cain, Justice League of America, Ralph Kramden, Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster, Robert Redford, Sonambulo, Supergirl, Wonder Wart-Hog, Underdog, Super Goof, Mighty Mouse, Super Chicken, Darkseid, Akiko, Chronos, Mavis, Venus, Big Boy, Katy Keene, Patsy Walker, Millie the Model, Usagi Yojimbo, The Little Monsters, Melvin Monster, Spooky and Sailor Moon.

Editor: Dan Vado, Art Director: Scott Saavedra.

Roughly 8¼ x 11" (8½ x 11" trimmed)

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