Animal-themed humor comics and art.
The story of a wild boy raised by ants.
Generally speaking, Not Available printings beyond the 1st have a datestamp on the front or back cover which is the printing date of the batch that copy was from. Matt Feazell says those post-1st printings were usually 60 copies or fewer.
1st printing appears to be July 1984.
Other known printings:
June 25, 1986
October 16, 1986
Some of the contents include: a two-page jam comic by George Erling and Craig Yoe, an eight-page Morty the Dog comic by Steve Willis
Characters appearing in art and comics include: Morty the Dog, Beanworld
Fewer than 50 copies usually printed (probably more like 25).
Centrail Mailer for this issue: George Erling
Contents include a cover by Steve Lafler and a page of San Diego Con '83 jam art by Leslie Sternbergh, Dan O'Neill, Larry Rippee, R.L. Crabb, Par Holman, J.R. Williams, Brad Foster, Jim Valentino, David Miller, Dave Patterson, Steve Lafler, Carl Kirkendall, Jane J. Oliver, Cabby, Sheridan Williams, Lynn Hansen and Theresa Thurmond.
Contents include: "The Many Alternate Fates of the Phoenix: The Complete Story Behind the Death of Jean Grey" (contains previously unpublished artwork); interview with Denny O'Neil; "The Silver Age of Comics" article; interview with art spiegelman and Francoise Mouly (with much sample art from the then-new Raw #1); article on Al Capp and "Li'l Abner"; fanzine reviews; more.
Characters appearing in fan art: Batman, Green Lantern, Green Arrow, Black Canary, Thor, Wonder Woman, Superman, Martian Manhunter, Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, Mickey Mouse
Newave comix artists contribute one page each with a bio of some sort and a childhood photo, plus some comics or drawings.
Cardstock cover on at least some copies.
Initial entry created from an ad in Fan Scene #3 (Kevin Collier, 1985).
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