Debut issue of Micah Liesenfeld's continuation of D. Blake Werts' Copy This! / Copy That! title that spotlighted small press creators.
Interview with Chad Woody with plenty of art by Woody and others.
Saddle-stitched, b&w interiors.
Micah Liesenfeld's continuation of D. Blake Werts' Copy This! / Copy That! title that spotlighted small press creators.
Interview with Jeff Zenick with plenty of art by Zenick and others.
Micah Liesenfeld's final issue of his continuation of D. Blake Werts' Copy This! / Copy That! title that spotlighted small press creators.
This one's got an interview with Dmitri Jackson.
Full-color covers, saddle-stitched, b&w interiors.
Two covers exist: one by Bagdon, one by Liesenfeld, 50 of each.
In this issue: an interview with Verl Holt Bond (conducted by Jim Main), Alan's "Zine-ology Report" review column, 19 pages of very early work by Steve Keeter (the previously unpublished Galaxy Comics #1 with the first appearances of his Sunwing and Nightman characters), the continuation of Alan Sissom's "The Saga of the Link" strip, "Babies Behind Bars" by Micah Liesenfeld, a letters column, and other comics and art by Tisch, Sue Dorne, Clark Dissmeyer and Steve Shipley.
Saddle-stitched, full-color covers and inside covers.
Essentially wordless tale of some quirky quackers.
Jam comic by 25 artists in which each artist only saw the page before theirs. When all the drawings were done Billy McKay wrote a story around them.
Autobiographical comics on the theme of Unexplained Events.
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