There may be more contributors than listed above.
Fanzine put together by Jim Main, Sam Gafford and Richard Sullivan. Contents include: article about Ramona Fradon; article on the Harvey Thriller series; a profile of Don Newton; a tribute to John Carbonaro; article on Charlton Premiere; article on Archie Adventure heroes; article on the early appearances of Ant-Man; article about Nick Cardy; a Silver Age-themed portfolio by Larry Blake; article on the Silver Age Superboy; article on Marvel's Captain Marvel; 2009 Stumptown Comics Fest photo report; 2009 SPACE report (lots of photos); lots of mainstream and small press comic reviews.
Characters appearing in fan art include: Supergirl, Herbie the Fat Fury, Vision, Deadman, THUNDER Agents, Green Goblin, Bee Man, Jigsaw, Spyman, the Fly, Shield, Fly Girl, Hangman, Black Hood, the Web, Aquaman, Mera, Metamorpho, Justice League of America, Teen Titans, Angel and the Ape, Ant-Man, Wasp, Wonder Girl, Bat Lash, Prowler, Batman, Robin, Black Panther, Green Lantern, original Avengers, Fantastic Four, Flash, original X-Men, Superboy, Krypto, Captain Marvel, Legion of Super-Heroes
Small Press Syndicate / United Fanzine Organization memberzine.
Fanzine put together by Jim Main, Sam Gafford, Tim Goebel and Marc Haines. Contents include: a 1976 interview with John Byrne; "Justice League Evolution" article; superhero gadgets and tools; profile of artist Carl Taylor; "The New Mike Sekowsky: Appreciating His Radical Years" article; "Capt. George's Vast Whizzbang Organization" article (about Captain George Henderson); Alan Moore comic book moments; lots of mainstream and small press comics reviews; more.
Characters appearing in fan art include: Jack Kirby, the Demon, Mister Miracle, Kamandi, Captain America, Galactus, Silver Surfer, Thor, Justice League of America, Superman, Supergirl, Captain Marvel (Marvel and DC), Justice Society of America, Martian Manhunter, Iron Fist, Howard the Duck, ROG-2000, Man-Thing, Swamp Thing, Alan Moore
United Fanzine Organization memberzine.
Published in 1984?
The cover image is from a Fourth Dimension Comics display ad in Fan Scene #2 (Kevin Collier, 1984). A proper cover scan would be preferable.
What Is This Site?
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.