Features an interview with Ron Parker (editor/publisher of classic EC fanzine, Hoohah!), articles about the final years of Graham Ingels, the first EC convention, and more.
“One-shot edition put together for the fans and collectors attending the San Diego Comic Con 2000.” Includes pages reprinted from EC Lives! — the 1972 EC Fan Addict Convention Book, and an article titled “The EC Story” by Roger Hill.
Edited by Ron Barlow. Design and layout by Barlow, and Leslie Cabarga. Features profiles of EC staff, article titled “EC on Film” by Bhob Stewart, and black-&-white reprints of classic EC stories by Joe Orlando, Graham Ingels, Al Williamson, Wally Wood, Reed Crandall, Frank Frazetta, and George Evans.
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.
Features interview with Richard Corben. A color print by Bernie Wrightson (“The Cryptics”) was inserted as a bonus.
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.
EC fanzine. Features interviews with Jim Steranko and Bill Gaines.
EC fanzine. Two printings exist of this issue. The first printing has matte cover stock, and the second printing has glossy cover stock.
1st printing: 2500 copies
2nd printing: 2000 copies
EC fanzine. Edited and published by John Benson.
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