Writers / Artists: Larry Dickison

Fever Pitch #5

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Contents include a three-page Sherlock Holmes parody, a Snow White parody, Par Holman's "Forgotten Comics of the '40s", Ultra Vixen Kitten Natividad, and a one-page spoof on Marvel/DC superheroines featuring Wasp, Raven, Valkyrie, Scarlet Witch, Wonder Girl, Fly Girl, She-Hulk, Spider-Woman, Wonder Woman, Power Girl, Hellcat, Black Canary, Nova, Invisible Woman, Huntress, Starfire, Zatanna, Batgirl, Moondragon, Storm, Black Widow, Kitty Pryde, Saturn Girl, Thundra and Vampirella.

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Goodies #02

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Contents include a "Girls of Comicopia" article by R.C. Harvey.

Goodies #06

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Contains an installment of R.C. Harvey's "Girls of Comicopia" (focusing on the gals of Al Capp's "Li'l Abner").

Goodies #10

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Special features in this one include a two-page feature on Playboy cartoonist Jack Cole and a Brad Foster centerspread that unfolds to a cool, horizontal 17 × 5½" mini-poster. There are also appearances by Wonder Woman and Suzanne Somers (in parody form).

4¼ × 5½"
12 pages plus fold-out centerspread

Our Story Thus Far #2

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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.

Son of the Book of Man

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The first was The Book of Man, the contributors to which all had "man" in their names. For this volume, all of the contributors have "son" in their names.