Batman-themed fanzine. Contents include: evolution of the Bat-Plane; the 2nd annual Batmania ballot; capsule versions of Batman stories from 1949-1952; letters; more.
Batman-themed fanzine. Contents include: Adam West/Burt Ward Batman TV show cover, article on All Star Comics, 2nd annual Batmania ballot results, miscellaneous Batman-related tidbits, editorial cartoons featuring Batman, letters, more.
Batman-themed fanzine. Contents include: "The World's Finest Team of Heroes" article (with Superman); editorial and other cartoons outside of the comic book industry featuring Batman (including one by Virgil Partch); "The Rumble of Artillery and the Rustle of Batwings" article (comics in Germany); letters; more.
Batman-themed fanzine. Contents include: a report on the 1966 Batman show at Shea Stadium; capsule versions of 1940 Batman stories; a half-toned photo of Adam West as Batman; the story of one fan's visit to the Batman set at Desilu; letters (Irene Vartanoff, Steve Kelez, others); more.
Batman-themed fanzine. Contents include: two reports on the 1966 Con-Cave in NYC (plus panel photos of Gil Kane, Murphy Anderson, Julius Schwartz, Bill Finger and others); an indepth article on the subject of camp; a great illustrated ad for Dave Herring's Odd #12; another ad for Howard Rogofsky; letters; more.
Batman-themed fanzine. Contents include: "The British Side of Batman" article; details on the "The New White House of Comics"; Batman-related news; Batmania ballot results; "Flash Gordon Flies Again: The 39 Atrocities" article; fan fiction; letters; more.
Batman-themed fanzine. 3rd anniversary issue. Contents include capsule summaries of 1942 Batman stories, excerpts from recent Batman-related news reportage, comic strip instructions on how to do the Batusi, a bit on Bob Kane and the creation of Batman, more.
What Is This Site?
A virtual archive of mini-comics, fanzines, small press comics, newave comix and related items. The physical archive, housed at PF headquarters, is being built with personal acquisitions as well as generous donations from supporters. This project is most definitely a work in progress.