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Worlds of the Imagination (WOTI) #1

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There may be more contributors than listed above.

Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs, The

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Steve Keeter's first publication of which no more than 25 or 30 copies were printed [source: Steve Keeter].

Steve had this to say about it: "Not much to say about this first attempt "crudzine". I wrote and drew the entire issue with a ball point pen -- no pencils, directly to ink. There were reviews of TARZAN OF THE APES and THE MAD KING, and some articles about why I felt ERB was important to American literature."

Slop

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Cardstock covers.

Comic Cuts #2

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Although this is issue #2 it's actually the first issue published. The stencils for #1 were ready to print but delayed for reasons not stated.

Contents include: American comic and strip news, fanzine reviews, a centerspread drawing of Marvelman (Miracleman), article/index on The World Adventure Library; reminiscences of Electroman, more.

Written by Dave McCulloch. All artwork is uncredited, presumably it's also by McCulloch.

Characters in fan art include: Batman, Captain Marvel, Marvelman

Mimeo, saddle-stitched.

Comic Detective #3

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This issue's focus is Dick Tracy. Contents include: interview with Chester Gould; article on Dick Tracy villains; a Kerry Drake index; a Dell Dick Tracy Four-Color index; two sample strips from 1935 featuring a black woman who was redrawn/replaced by a white woman within days; 1931 Dick Tracy strips; letters (Max Allan Collins, Alex Toth, Steve Englehart, others); more.

Characters in fan art include: Dick Tracy, Two-Face, Haf-and-Haf, Sherlock Holmes, Charlie Chan

Offset, saddle-stitched.

Comicdom #2

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Contents include: "The Comics Market Today" article; three pages of parody covers (Fantastic Four, Atom, Superman family); John McGeehan's list of known comics fanzines; article on the Phantom; more.

Characters in fan art include: Phantom, Magnus, Robot Fighter

Ditto, 20 pages (17 sheets, most are one-sided), corner-stapled.

Comic Comments #19

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Comics/fandom news and views by Gary Brown. Other contents include: art/comics by Doug Potter and TBC (?); letters from Mark Evanier, Bill Schelly, Tony Isabella and others; a review of Jim Steranko's History of Comics Vol. 1; more.

Mimeo/offset?, corner-stapled.

"Paid circulation": 110

Saga #3

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A pre-publication ad in Fan Scene #2 (Kevin Collier, 1984) advertises contributors "Pepoy, Eldred, Wirrick, Van Bruggen, Emelander, Temmel, Tanis, Shonk and Roy".

Saga #2

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Published in 1984?

The cover image is from a Fourth Dimension Comics display ad in Fan Scene #2 (Kevin Collier, 1984). A proper cover scan would be preferable.

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Presumably published in the '80s.

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Presumably published in the '80s.

Florida Fandom #08

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Offset printed.

Published five years after #7 (in 1984?).

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Presumably published in the '80s.

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Presumably published in the '80s.

Zenith Comics #3

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Offset printed.

The cover image was taken from an ad for this issue in Fan Scene #2 (Kevin Collier, 1984). A proper cover scan would be preferable.

 

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