Jane J Oliver
Comics and illustrated weird news.
#184 in Jay Kennedy's Official Underground and Newave Comix Price Guide.
Steve Willis' biweekly newsletter full of comix news and commentary.
Also in this issue: the Bil Keane Watch, an obituary for Jane J. Oliver, a three-page excerpt from a then-forthcoming biography of Clay Geerdes, Bruce Sweeney's "Underground Station" column, and more.
Saddle-stitched, b&w interiors.
Contents include a cover by Steve Lafler and a page of San Diego Con '83 jam art by Leslie Sternbergh, Dan O'Neill, Larry Rippee, R.L. Crabb, Par Holman, J.R. Williams, Brad Foster, Jim Valentino, David Miller, Dave Patterson, Steve Lafler, Carl Kirkendall, Jane J. Oliver, Cabby, Sheridan Williams, Lynn Hansen and Theresa Thurmond.
Contents include: "Comix Wavola" by Clay Geerdes (Part One: The Origin of the Eight-Pager), Bruce Sweeney's "Underground Station", B.N. Duncan interviews Carol Tyler, comic strips, reviews, news, etc.
11½ x 17"
#567 in Jay Kennedy's Official Underground and Newave Comix Price Guide.
Roughly 4 × 5¼".
This was an ongoing series edited by Jane J. Oliver (Tales of Jerry). Each issue featured one-page illustrations or cartoons on the title theme and usually featured Jerry the vampire.
Death-themed cartoons and art by Jane Oliver, Brad W. Foster and Clark Dissmeyer.
One of Roger May's many souvenir mini-comics produced at and distributed during the San Diego Comic-Con, this one being from the 1984 show. "Fly" themed gags and drawings.
Appearance by Groo and Mr. Monster.
I'm uncertain how many artists are involved in the centerspread (apart from Ken Steacy).
Essentially a mini art reference on how to draw horses.
Phenomenal jam comix project organized by Brad W. Foster. Each artist contributed one page which built upon and furthered the pages completed before them.
Appearances by Morty the Dog, Underdog and Peter Laird's Triceratron.
Full-color covers on coated stock.
Long-running series that collected artist self-portraits.
Roughly 4¼ x 5½"
8 pages on card stock
Long-running series that collected artist self-portraits originally started by Steve Willis.
This appears to be a Starhead edition of this issue (identical to the original Steve Willis edition except for a Starhead logo on the inside front cover).
Published in 1984?
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