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Writers / Artists: Chuck Rogers

Bombshell #02

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Fiction, articles, comics and art. Contents include "The Modern Golden Age" and "The Second Golden Age of Comics" articles, article on Captain Marvel, letters, sale lists, etc.

Ditto printed, corner stapled.

Bombshell #04

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Comics, art, fiction and articles. Contents include: "The King Line: New Company with Old Favorites" article, "The World Report on the UFO-Flying Saucer Question" article, more.

Ditto printed, side-stapled.

Bombshell #05

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Comics, art, fiction and articles. Contents include: Blue Beetle cover art; "Tower in Relation to the Arts and Sciences" article; "The Rise and Fall of Today's Comic Book" article; ama-hero comics starring the Masked Avenger, Doc Defiant, Doomsgirl, and The Fighters of Evil; cool ad for Intrigue and Super-Hero with art by Rich Buckler and Mickey Schwaberow; a nice color ad for Amazing Masters Presents; fanzine reviews; letters (Rich Buckler, Buddy Saunders, others); more.

Ditto printed, side-stapled.

Bombshell #13

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This is the "Incredible Fantasy Special #3" issue with fiction, art and comics. Contents include: a full-page drawing by Gene Klein (later Gene Simmons), ama-hero comic starring Captain Fear, a Buddy Saunders sale list, more.

Offset/ditto, side-stapled.

Fantasy Fandom Crossroads #3

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[Note: At least one image in this entry was found online (probably at an auction site) and saved for personal use. And then the Database project came along! If you recognize your image we'd like to have your permission and would love to give you credit for your work. Please contact us through Site Info > About in the main menu up top.]

Fantasy Fandom Crossroads #4

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There may be more contributors than listed above.

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Rocket’s Blast Comicollector / RBCC #033

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Ditto issue.  (1 page blank.)

 

Editorial features include:

Cover of Blue Beetle by Raymond Miller.  "Gambaccini in Wonderland" by Paul Gambaccini on his visit to the MAD Magazine offices.  "THE BEST OF S-F" — Bob Harner 3rd reviews “Limbo” by Bernard Wolfe.  Cover tracing of Dardevil #26 by Chuck Rogers.  Cartoons by Bill Regier & Chuck Moss.  "ROCKETEER GOSSIP" by Rick Weingroff.  "Wizard of the Wireless” by Mike Friedrich, will full-page illo by Ronn Foss.

First installment of ”SEULING'S CORNER" by Phil Seuling.   “The Birth of the Comic Book" by Lee Whittlesey.   A pin-up of Green Hornet by Biljo White.  "BLASTS FROM THE READERS" includes an LOC from George R. R. Martin.

 

Ads for:

ROCKET'S BLAST SPECIAL #1

FANTASY ILLUSTRATED #2

 

 

Weirdom #06

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Cover says September, indicia says October.

Weirdom Comix #14

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With this issue Weirdom Illustrated continued as an underground comic.

Weirdom Comix #15

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Formerly published as a fanzine, Weirdom Illustrated.

Features a free poster by Richard Corben. Also features a complete reprint of Corben's “Monsters Rule” strip that originally appeared in Voice of Comicdom.

Weirdom Illustrated #11

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Editor/publisher Dennis Cunningham had copies of Weirdom #11 for sale as recently as 2016, and the color version of the cover was included as an insert, which looks like it was printed via computer as opposed to being something that was offered in 1967.  Includes a “Faces of Fandom” feature with photos of Rudi Franke, Jim Brained, Gary Svehla, Marty Arbunich, and others.

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.