Features include the first installment of George Barr’s adaptation of Poul Anderson’s The Broken Sword.
Letters page includes letters from Poul Anderson, George Barr, and Harry Warner Jr.
Trumpet #7 got a second printing in 1970, and was advertised in Dallascon Bulletin #5.
Features include the third installment of George Barr’s adaptation of Poul Anderson’s The Broken Sword, and a profile of George Barr. Also features a portfolio by Jeffrey Catherine Jones.
Letters page includes letters from Bhob Stewart and Harry Warner Jr.
With this issue Weirdom Illustrated continued as an underground comic.
Editor/publisher Dennis Cunningham had copies of Weirdom #11 for sale as recently as 2016, and the color version of the cover was included as an insert, which looks like it was printed via computer as opposed to being something that was offered in 1967. Includes a “Faces of Fandom” feature with photos of Rudi Franke, Jim Brained, Gary Svehla, Marty Arbunich, and others.