Publication of FAN (Fandom Alliance Network) and entirely produced during a 1988 Dallas Fantasy Fair.
Contents include a report on con meetings and panels, a three-page jam prose story, and a four-page jam comic.
Roughly 11 pages (one-sided), corner-stapled.
Some of this issue's contents: five pages of Kazaleh material originally done for the Ren & Stimpy comic but never published; a nine-page jam comic by Hilary Barta, Scott Beaderstadt, Howard Bender, Brian Buniak, Daryll Collins, Barry Crain, George Erling, Pete Fitzgerald, Greg Gill, Mike Kazaleh, Brian Thomas and Bill Wray; a one-page jam drawing by Brad Foster, David Tosh, Wayne Truman, Craig Miller and Ben Dunn.
Characters appearing in art and comics include: Ren & Stimpy, Tor Johnson, Godzilla, Beetle Bailey's Sarge, Ted Danson, O.J. Simpson, Davy Crockett, Dudley Do-Right, Frankenstein, the Seven Dwarfs, Andy Capp, Dick Tracy and Santa Claus.
This issue also included a two-color Christmas card by Daryll Collins and a Max Traffic flyer insert.
Team-up starring Snowbuni and Nightshade (later called Nightstar). This edition commemorates the 34th anniversary of its original publication and includes footnotes on every page (regarding story, process, etc.). There's some slight editing and the UFO (United Fanzine Organization) Checklist was updated to the current one as of publication.
Cameo appearances (non-story) by Ultra Klutz and Mightyguy.
This was a two-volume minicomic series that spotlighted creators of independent comics with a half-page bio and one or two pages of art for each cartoonist (many drawn especially for this series).
Appearance by Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
There may be more contributors than listed above.
Contains the second half of a Q&A with Brad W. Foster.
Collection of Snowbuni excerpts from other published comics.
Saddle-stitched, some interior color.
At least one previous edition (if not all) were simply titled Snowbuni on the cover (listed here in the Database as "Snowbuni [sampler]").
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