This issue's cover by Joe Meyer depicts Jim Woodring, Mickey Rat, Zippy the Pinhead, Usagi Yojimbo and many other characters. Inside: news, tons of reviews (including lots of cover scans and art samples), comic strips and more.
This issue's got: an article on a Michael Roden/John Eberly musical collaboration; "UFO Report" article; interview with Kirk Chritton; profile of Clint Hollingsworth; profile of Jim Thompson; news; mini-comic/fanzine reviews; ads drawn by Guy Burwell, Bill Fitts, Michael Roden, Bobby Weiss/Sam Henderson, Vernon Grant and others; letters from Bruce Chrislip, Par Holman, Sam Gafford, Michael Roden, Jeff Nicholson and others; more.
Printed in two sections.
"What if Minky were in a movie directed by _____?" Comics and movie poster spoofs featuring the character in homages to Ridley Scott, Ed Wood Jr., Leon Schlesinger, Russ Meyer, David Lynch and Martin Scorcese.
Numbered edition of 100 signed by Wade Busby.
Also contains letters from Larry Blake, Ronson Butler and Mark Innes.
Numbered edition of 100.
Also contains letters from Larry Blake and Steve Keeter.
Signed/numbered edition of 100.
The inside back cover sports a pencil drawing but I can't read the signature. I assume it's the Greenhalgh mentioned on the cover but the first name eludes me.
There's one spot illustration by an artist I can't identify. There are also a few gag cartoons by a "McDougal".
Some lettering by Leslie Lightfoot.
United Fanzine Organization memberzine.
At least some copies have airbrushed covers.
Photos also include the wrapper this issue was mailed with.
There may be more contributors than listed above.
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