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Writers / Artists: Steve Utley

Dallas Fantasy Fair June 10-13, 1982 program

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Contains photos (by Joe Bob Williams) from early '70s Dallas cons featuring Harlan Ellison, Larry Herndon, Neal Barrett Jr., Paul McSpadden, Joe Bob Williams, Howard Waldrop, Burne Hogarth, Forrest J. Ackerman, Buddy Saunders, Don Punchatz and others.

Roughly 8¼ x 11" (8½ x 11" trimmed).

Nickelodeon #1

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Nickelodeon took the place of Trumpet after Ted Reamy became embroiled in a publishing deal with Nostalgia Inc. that didn’t turn out as he had hoped or been led to believe.   Reamy shared editing and publishing duties with Ken Keller, who would go on to publish Trumpet #12 in 1981, in an effort to resurrect the title.  

Rocket’s Blast #016

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Mimeograph/ditto pages.  (11 pages blank.)

 

Editorial features include:

The Shield cover by Buddy Saunders.  "ROCKETEER GOSSIP" by Rick Weingroff.   "The Late and Great Captain Flagg" written/illoed by Howard Keltner.  “THE FEATURE" profiles Don Foote.  "THE FAN COMMENTATOR" by Mickey Martin.  "A History of Weird Science" by Bill Spicer (with Weird Science #12 cover tracing in ditto).  "Group Strips" by Steve Utley.   "LETTERS TO THE EDITOR" from Phil Leibfred, Rick Durell, Frank Lamb, and Ed Gee. 

 

Ads for:

BULLSEYE #2

JEDDAK #1

MASK & CAPE

 

 

Trumpet #11

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Features include portfolios by Stephen Fabian and Robert Kline.  Also included is Ellison’s “Repent Harlequin! Said the Ticktockman,” with illustrations by Tim Kirk.  

 

Trumpet became Nickelodeon #1 in 1975 after Tom Reamy became embroiled in a publishing deal with Nostalgia Inc. that didn’t turn out as he had hoped or expected or been led to believe. 

 

Trumpet #12 would be published in 1981, following the publication of Nickelodeon #1 and #2, when Ken Keller tried to resurrect the title.  It would be the final issue. 

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