Writers / Artists: Ron Wilber

Comics Journal, The #045

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Interview with Joe Staton, indepth review of Superman: The Movie.

Roughly 8¼ × 10¾"

Other artists: Klinger (first name unknown), T. Herzog and Daly (first name unknown; Sam de la Rosa?).

Some writers/artists listed above were in the issue's list of contributors but may not be credited by the piece. It's a bit perplexing as some of the artists I can't match to art.

United Fanzine Organization memberzine.

Fantastic Exploits Vol. 2, #1

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Goodies #14

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4¼ × 5½"
12 pages

Rocket’s Blast Comicollector / RBCC #110

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Editorial features include:

“WOOD’S WORLD,” reprinting Part 2 of “Kenton of the Star Patrol” from Strange Worlds #3 (1951).  

“Return in Time” by Keith Gebers.   “SCIENCE FICTION IN REVIEW” by James Van Hise.  “GOLDEN AGE GLEANINGS” by Richard O’Brien.  “CRITIQUE” fanzine and comix reviews by Mike McKenney, JB Clifford Jr., Mark Burbey, and James Van Hise.   “A TWIST OF THE DIAL” by John Cooper.  “RBCC INFORMATION CENTER” by Don Rosa.  "FILMS FANTASTIQUE" (“War of the World”) by James Van Hise.  "A NOSTALGIC LOOK AT A MLJ PUBLICATION" by Raymond Miller.  “AGE OF QUALITY” by James Van Hise (including a reprint of a Black Condor story by Lou Fine).  “THE KEYHOLE” by Gary Brown.  “COMIC COLLECTOR’S COMMENTS” by Howard P. Siegel

 

Letters from Alex McFee, John Kent, Mike McKenney, and Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr.  Also — an editor’s note at the bottom of the letters page refers to MARVEL TIMES #4: “We are currently working on it and hope to have it out in June or early July.  It will, in fact, be a double-sized issue.”  MARVEL TIMES #4 was never published.

 

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Rocket’s Blast Comicollector / RBCC #111

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Editorial features include:

“WOOD’S WORLD,” reprinting Part 1 of “Kenton of the Star Patrol” from Strange Worlds #5 (1951).   “The Outer Limits” by James Van Hise.  “SCIENCE FICTION IN REVIEW” by James Van Hise.  “GOLDEN AGE GLEANINGS” by Richard O’Brien.  “DELL COMICS ARE GOOD COMICS” by Jeff Gorrell and Sandy Soares.   “A TWIST OF THE DIAL” by John Cooper.  “RBCC INFORMATION CENTER” by Don Rosa.  "A NOSTALGIC LOOK AT A MLJ PUBLICATION" by Raymond Miller.  “PULPS — ERA OF ADVENTURE,” reprinting an article from Toronto’s The Globe and Mail by Don Hutchison.  Color centerspread by Morris Scott Dollens.  “CRITIQUE” fanzine and comix reviews by Orlando Falcon, Jack Reid, and James Van Hise.  “THE KEYHOLE” by Gary Brown.  “THE WILLIAMSON COLLECTOR,” reprinting a story from Forbidden Worlds #63 (1958).  “COMIC COLLECTOR’S COMMENTS” by Howard P. Siegel, including a FANDOM PROFILE of Rick Durell. 

 

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Rocket’s Blast Comicollector / RBCC #151

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Special Harlan Ellison issue.  Three interviews with Ellison.  Comic strip adaptations by Bret Blevins of "Basilisk" and "Soldier” by Kerry Gammill.   A photo guide to Ellison Wonderland, and more.   There also exists a limited signed edition of 200 copies.