Dana Marie Andra
Profile of Bernie Wrightson by Bruce Jones, profile of John Stanley by Don Phelps, auto-bio by Frank Thorne, article about the annual costume parade by Jim Burns.
Five original stories by Bernie Wrightson, plus “Uncle Bill’s Barrel,” reprinted from GRAPHIC SHOWCASE #2. Stories written by Wrightson, introduction written by Ron Barlow.
Convention organized by Nick Marcus, Mike Manyak, Jon Campbell, Clay Geerdes, John Barrett, Bud Plant, and Robert Beerbohm. Program printed by Rip Off Press. Comix World article by Clay Geerdes, front cover by Rick Griffin, back cover by Larry Todd.
"Tales from the Berkeley-Con," underground comic format program book published by Last Gasp/Rip Off Press. Wrap-around cover by Rand Holmes.
Edited by Greg Theakston and Ed Reliuga. Interview with Wrightson, checklist, and art by Wrightson.
Mars Attacks interview with Len Brown, illustrated with art by Norman Saunders and Wally Wood. Interview with Gary Arlington. Notes from the Underground Part 2: more remembrances of EC from numerous underground artists.
Titled “After Image,” the title page says “Welcome to the second volume of The Brunner Mystique.”
Features a foreword by Margaret Lark Russell, a supplement to the checklist, Brunner’s Doctor Strange covers printed from the original art, and various covers and portfolio pieces with commentary by Brunner. Soft cover and hardcover editions were published.
This issue served as the 2nd issue of Frazetta, with lots of art, and articles by Bob Barrett and Frank Frank Frazetta himself.
Carmine Infantino issue, featuring a short interview with Infantino, and articles about Infantino’s work in the 40s, 50s, and 60s.
Wally Wood issue, featuring articles about Wood’s career, and a Wally Wood checklist.
Contains a letter from Paul Gambaccini, a tribute to Reed Crandall, news that Steve Ditko would no longer be doing Spider-Man for Marvel Comics, Catwoman art by Doug Potter, The Spirit art by Will Eisner, and The Fox by Ronn Foss.
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