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Writers / Artists: John Fantucchio

All Dynamic #4

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Chronicle #1

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Collector Special, The

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Fandom Annual #1

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Fandom’s Agent #8

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Includes reprint of Tarzan Sunday pages by Burne Hogarth, Flash Gordon Big Little Book illustrations by Alex Raymond, a Houston Con 1969 report with photos, a one-page strip by Earl Blair and Roy Bonario, and Golden Age cover reproductions.

Fantastic Fanzine (Groth) #08-9

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Fantastic Fanzine (Groth) #11

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Interview with Jim Steranko.

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Golden Age, The #1

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Published in 1964 or '65?

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Infinity #2

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Features interviews with Frank Frazetta, Bernie Wrightson.  

 

There were two printings of Infinity #2, with different pages of art by Dan Adkins and Gray Morrow.  The first printing had heavy, glossy covers, and the second printing had a mat finish cover.  

 

There is no date on either printing, but the ad included here states that Infinity #2 was published in 1971.   The ad also states that one of the new pieces of art would be by Clyde Caldwell, but no Caldwell art appears in either printing.

I’ll Be Damned #1

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Interviews with Mike Kaluta, Vaughn Bode, Tom Sutton, John Severin, Bernie Wrightson, and Jeff Jones.  Strips by Steve Hickman, Jim Miller, Vaughn Bode.  “The EC Answer to Comic Book Originality” by Meade Frierson III.

 

The second image is simply a color scan of the original cover painting.

 

 

Metro Comicon Program Book 1970

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Includes several pages of fan art, 6-page "Mini Review of Fanzine Covers Illustrated by John G Fantucchio" with Comic Crusader #6, Sense of Wonder #7, RBCC #58, On the Drawing Board #18 & The Collector Special, a short piece from Sal Buscema's wife, almost complete transcript of earlier keynote address by artist Neal Adams, and info on Michael Kaluta and Bernie Wrightson (guests of honor).

Metro Comicon Program Book 1971

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Bios of con guests Frank Frazetta, Ted White, portfolio by John Fantucchio, and loose insert about Denny O’Neil written by Neal Adams.  

Nuff Said! [1971] #1

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On the Drawing Board #18

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Panorama #1

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Bill G. Wilson, in Ken Meyer Jr’s Ink Stains:

 

“I did Panorama as a convention one-shot prior to Phil Seuling’s ’71 con – in fact, there are pics of my dad and Kenneth Smith (!) hawking copies of it at my table in The Collector 24. About the color: I was experimenting with color reproduction as I gained more experience running the ol’ A.B. Dick 360 offset press at Prince Printing, and John Fantucchio’s great cover gave me the opportunity and inspiration to do even more. Registering color with multiple passes on a single-color press – especially printing its max sheet size of 11×17 – was no mean feat, and the success with Panorama gave me the confidence to explore full four-color, which I then used throughout The Collector from #24-on.”

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