Collects work from Dallas Fantasy Comics (souvenir mini-comic of the Dallas Fantasy Fair) and Dallas Fantasy Fair Mini-Comics Workshop minis.
It also includes Tosh's autobiographical "Dinner with Crumb" story and a number of jam comix pages by artists like R. Crumb, Spain Rodriguez, Gilbert Shelton, Denis Kitchen, Bill Sienkiewicz and others.
There are a few contributors I'm not sure about:
-- "Roe" (Charles Roe?)
-- unknown (the piano wire flossing illo)
Souvenir comic of the Dallas Fantasy Fair, produced and publishing during the show.
Special signed and numbered preview edition of Flaming Carrot Comics #25 by Bob Burden and featuring the crossover with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
#27 contained the third part of the crossover with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Todd McFarlane drew the cover (the version on the actual comic had McFarlane's original illustrated background). Contained within is the complete 24-page story.
Signed/numbered edition of 1000.
Signed/numbered edition of 235.
I believe the cover stock is actually a dayglo orange or red.
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).
There was also a numbered Limited Edition of 50 (green covers). Possibly a subset or a preliminary printing.
Characters appearing include Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Flaming Carrot, Cutey Bunny, the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers, Panda Khan, Twilight Avenger, Mechthings, Trollords, Captain Confederacy, Captain Keen, Superswine and Zombie Boy.
Short booklet that contains (in text) the previously unpublished, alternative ending to Flaming Carrot Comics #27 (with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles).
Numbered edition of 300.
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