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Writers / Artists: Doug Potter

Best of Dallas Fantasy Comics, The

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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:
-- "KH"
-- "Roe" (Charles Roe?)
-- "Cavazos"
-- unknown (the piano wire flossing illo)
-- "CLJ"

Best of Dallas Fantasy Comics, The (proof copy)

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Collects work from Dallas Fantasy Comics (souvenir mini-comic of the Dallas Fantasy Fair) and Dallas Fantasy Fair Mini-Comics Workshop minis.

Dallas Fantasy Comics #2

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Dallas Fantasy Comics was a souvenir mini-comic David Tosh (Hey!, Scratchface Doodlehead) used to produce at the Dallas Fantasy Fair comic book conventions. The contents were solicited, produced and turned in during the show and the mini-comix would be available for sale by the final day of the show.

This one is from the November 1987 Fantasy Fair.

Dallas Fantasy Comics #3 (1st)

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Souvenir comic of the Dallas Fantasy Fair, produced and publishing during the show.

Dallas Fantasy Comics #3 (2nd)

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Souvenir comic of the Dallas Fantasy Fair, produced and publishing during the show.

2nd printing printed on darker blue stock.

Dallas Fantasy Comics #4

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Dallas Fantasy Comics was a souvenir mini-comic David Tosh (Hey!, Dinner With Crumb) used to produce at the Dallas Fantasy Fair comic book conventions. The contents were solicited, produced and turned in during the show and the mini-comix would be available for sale by the final day of the show.

Dallas Fantasy Comics #5

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Dallas Fantasy Comics was a souvenir mini-comic David Tosh (Hey!, Scratchface Doodlehead, Dinner With Crumb) used to produce at the Dallas Fantasy Fair comic book conventions. The contents were solicited, produced and turned in during the show and the mini-comix would be available for sale by the final day of the show.

Dallas Fantasy Comics #6

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Souvenir comic of the Dallas Fantasy Fair, produced and publishing during the show.

Dallas Fantasy Fair July 1-3, 1988 program

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This one came was available in both regular and deluxe editions.

The deluxe edition has a Nick Smith wraparound cover and includes the articles "The Faces Behind the Dallas Fantasy Fair: A Little Background on Bulldog Productions and Its Staff" and "Dallas Fandom: A Partially Personal History" by Edd Vick. Also contains photos from shows past featuring Frank Miller, Dave Stevens, Doug Wildey, Jaxon, Gilbert Shelton, Robert Crumb, Burne Hogarth, Harvey Kurtzman, Moebius, Will Eisner, Sergio Aragones, Denis Kitchen, Dave Sim, Jim Starlin, the Hernandez Bros., Roger Zelazny, Stanislaus Szukalski and many others.

8¼ x 10¾"
Regular edition: 36 pages
Deluxe edition: 32 pages

Fever Pitch #5

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Contents include a three-page Sherlock Holmes parody, a Snow White parody, Par Holman's "Forgotten Comics of the '40s", Ultra Vixen Kitten Natividad, and a one-page spoof on Marvel/DC superheroines featuring Wasp, Raven, Valkyrie, Scarlet Witch, Wonder Girl, Fly Girl, She-Hulk, Spider-Woman, Wonder Woman, Power Girl, Hellcat, Black Canary, Nova, Invisible Woman, Huntress, Starfire, Zatanna, Batgirl, Moondragon, Storm, Black Widow, Kitty Pryde, Saturn Girl, Thundra and Vampirella.

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Glass Eye #1

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Signed/numbered edition of 75. Possibly more than one printing?

5½ × 8½", 48 pages

Goodies #15

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4¼ × 5½"
12 pages

Gremlin #2

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Interviews with Roger Brand, Hal Foster, Tom Ryan.  Biography of Neal Adams, with index of his work.

 

 

Hey! #7

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Zap Comix tribute issue. Contents include a centerspread "paste-up phunny" collage piece featuring Zap imagery and a jam comic by D. Tosh, Denis Kitchen, Bill Sienkiewicz, Don Simpson, Larry Marder, Mark David Dietz and Mark Stokes.

There may be more contributors than listed above.

Ibid [Gary Brown] #025

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Our Story Thus Far #1

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Phenomenal jam comix project organized by Brad W. Foster. Each artist contributed one page which built upon and furthered the pages completed before them.

Appearances by Gregor Samsa, ranz Kafka and cockroach-y versions of Moe Howard and Laurel & Hardy.

Full-color covers on coated stock.

Stuff #07

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There may be more contributors than listed above.

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.