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Convention organized by Nick Marcus, Mike Manyak, Jon Campbell, Clay Geerdes, John Barrett, Bud Plant, and Robert Beerbohm. Program printed by Rip Off Press. Comix World article by Clay Geerdes, front cover by Rick Griffin, back cover by Larry Todd.
Interviews with Roger Brand, Hal Foster, Tom Ryan. Biography of Neal Adams, with index of his work.
Primarily white cover is 1st?
Features interviews with Frank Frazetta, Bernie Wrightson.
There were two printings of Infinity #2, with different pages of art by Dan Adkins and Gray Morrow. The first printing had heavy, glossy covers, and the second printing had a mat finish cover.
There is no date on either printing, but the ad included here states that Infinity #2 was published in 1971. The ad also states that one of the new pieces of art would be by Clyde Caldwell, but no Caldwell art appears in either printing.
Features interviews with Mike Kaluta, Steve Harper.
Interviews with Mike Kaluta, Vaughn Bode, Tom Sutton, John Severin, Bernie Wrightson, and Jeff Jones. Strips by Steve Hickman, Jim Miller, Vaughn Bode. “The EC Answer to Comic Book Originality” by Meade Frierson III.
The second image is simply a color scan of the original cover painting.
EC fanzine. Formerly called The EC Fan-Addict.
Final issue. The one article in this issue, “It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad MAD” by Bill Parente, is reprinted from The EC Fan-Addict #1.
Per Wikipedia: "After the fourth issue, Wood sold witzend to Bill Pearson's Wonderful Publishing Company ‘for the sum of $1.00.’ Wood remained listed as founder and Editor Emeritus. After editing and publishing #5 (1968) by himself, Pearson co-published #6 with Ed Glasser, and #7 with Phil Seuling (founder of the NY Comic Art Convention in 1968).”