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COMIC MAGAZINES, (ASSORTED & MISC.) including; FANZINES, Graphic Novels,Hardcover Editions, TRADE Paperbacks & other RELATED COMICS Items; (1940’s thru 2011+)



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AARGH! (Pub. Mad Love U.K.; Oct/1988) #NN;

Aaron Mesch's CORROSION (Sitting Duck Studios pub; B&W Comics magazine; 24 pages; 8-1/2"x11"; Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada);

#1 (4/1997; First Printing; "Year One"; Superheroes including; Capt Solo, Queen of Hearts, Poweslave, Blaster, Ace, Razor, Firelord, Northstar, Raven, Bigfoot, Crazy Cat, Bull, Fin, Tidalwave, Frogman, Black Widow, Vector, etc; Autographed in GOLD in on cover by the creator Aaron Mensch; FNVF $10.00);

ABBIE AN' SLATS (Softcover Trade Paperback, Ken Pierce Inc., 1984) #1,2;

ABBOTT AND COSTELLO; THE CLASSIC COMICS (Malibu Graphics 1989; Softcover Trade Paper4back) #1;

A.B.C. WARRIORS (Softcover Trade Paperback, Titan Books) #1,2;

A.B.C. WARRIORS: THE BLACK HOLE (Titan Books: 1991; Softcover Trade Paperback);

ABOMINATIONS ( Pub. Catalan; Feb/1990) #NN;

AC -- Amazing Comix (Fanzine/Magazine; Raleigh Comics Prod; NJ, USA)

#4(1976; 10 pages; VG = $8);

#5 (12/1976; RED SONJA-c; 20 pages; Dave Cockrum interview; Art by; Mike GRELL, Mike Nasser, Gene Colan, Joe Staton; VG $12);

ACCELERATE (Image/Shadowline October/2002; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN


ACES (Magazine;, Eclipse/Acme Press, April/88) #1-4;

THE ACID BATH CASE (Kitchen Sink; 1992; Softcover Trade Paperback);

ACME COMICS (Mag, Fantasian Prod, Summer/83) #3-5;


ACME NOVELTY LIBRARY by Chris Ware; Volume Three issue number Four ("Sparky's Best Comics and Stories"; Winter 1994-95; 11x13" Treasury Size; FN/VF $25);

Volume VII issue number VII ("Book of Jokes"; Summer/1996; 11x18" Treasury Size; VF $25);

THE ACTIVITY (Image; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume 1 (2012); Volume 2 (2013);


ADAM BOOK OF ADULT STAG HUMOR (Knight Pub.; B&W Adult/Girlie Cartoons & NUDE Photo's Magazine)

#NN (1964; Ward cover; Limited Edition; 100 pages; 8x great Full page WARD cartoons; 3 Wenzel cartons; VG $24);


(ADAMS, Neal) ART OF NEAL ADAMS (Magazine/Fanzine, Sal Quartuccio / Sal Q; 36 pages)#2;

(ADAMS, NEAL) THE NEAL ADAMS TREASURY (Magazine;, Pure Imagination, 1976; Pro-Fanzine/Magazine)

#1(ADAMS interview, art & index; Weight= 150 Grams; VF=$33.00) ;

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(ADAM NEAL) NEAL ADAMS THE SKETCH BOOK (Softcover Trade Paperback; Vanguard Prod Pub; 1999) #NN;

(ADAMS, NEAL) THE NEAL ADAMS TREASURY (Magazine., Pure Imagination) #1(1976; 60 pages; Adams interview; Unpublished art; VF/NM = US$39);

#1(1976; 56 pages; Adams interview; Unpublished art; VF =US$35);

(ADDAMS, CHAS) ADDAMS AND EVIL (Simon and Schuster; 1947; hardcover with Dust Jacket);

(ADDAMS, CHAS) HOMEBODIER (Simon and Schuster; 1954; Hardcover with Dust Jacket);

(ADDAMS, CHAS) HOMEBODIER (Simon and Schuster; 1954; Hardcover, no Dust Jacket);

(ADDAMS, CHAS) MONSTER RALLY (Simon and Schuster; 1950; Hardcover with Dust Jacket);

(ADDAMS, CHAS) MONSTER RALLY (Fireside Books; 1975; Softcover Trade Paperback);

(ADDAMS, CHAS) MOTHER GOOSE (Windmill and Dutton ; no date; Softcover Trade Paperback);

(ADDAMS, CHAS) NIGHTCRAWLERS (Simon and Schuster; 1957; Hardcover no Dust Jacket);

THE ADDAMS FAMILY - THE OFFICIAL POSTER BOOK (Magazine;, Paramount Pictures, 1992) #1,2;

THE ADDAMS FAMILY STICKER FUN (Magazine;, Golden Western Pub., 1993) #NN;

ADELE AND THE BEAST (GN, NBM, 1990) #NN;

ADOLESCENT RADIOACTIVE BLACK BELT HAMSTERS: “AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL” (Eclipse Pub.; 1990; Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

ADOLF; 1945 AND ALL THAT REMAINS (Cadence Books November/1996; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN


ADVANCE COMICS (Promo Mag, Capitol City Dist., September/1990; Pre-1994 issues are SCARCE to Rare) --

#19,23,30(6/1991; Terminator-c); #31, 33(9/1991; Dark Sun-c), 37(X-MEN-c; Punisher back-c), 39,40(Green Hornet-c; Green Lantern Mozaic back-c), 42, 44(Maximortal by Rick Veitch); #45(Punisher-c/Spider-Man 2099-c), 47(Superman vs Doomsday-c; WildCATS-c), 49, 55,57 (Sept / 93; X-MEN),58, October 1995 # 82(Weight = 520 Grams; Star Wars/Evil Ernie-c; VF = $8); , 90,92-94;

ADVANCE COMICS SPECIAL (Promo Mag. Capitol City Dist.; Nov./1989) #1 (This is the Bat-List);



ADVENTURE HOUSE CATALOG (Adventure House; 1999) #19;

ADVENTURE ILLUSTRATED (Magazine;, New Media Pub., 1981) #1;

ADVENTURERS; QUEST ONE – THE CHAOS GATE (Malibu Graphics 1990; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN

THE ADVENTURES OF GAMEPRO (Magazine;, IDG Communications, June/1990) #1;

THE ADVENTURES OF LUTHER ARKWRIGHT (Never Editions Pub.; Trade Paperback) - Book One(December 1982), Book 2; Book 3;

THE ADVENTURES OF RANK JOHNSON (Coup Pub.; 1986; Mag);

THE ADVENTURES OF SMURAI CAT (Softcover Trade Paperback, TOR, 1984) #NN;

THE ADVENTURES OF TONY MILLIONAIRE'S SOCK MONKEY (Dark Horse Pub.; August 2000; Trade Paperback ) - #NN;


AEON FLUX: THE HERODOTUS FILE (MTV Books; December/ 1995; Softcover Trade Paperback);

AFFLICTED (12 Gauge Comics September/2012; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN

AFRO SAMURAI (Toe/Seven Seas; Softcover Trade Paperback) #2 (February/2009);


AFTA (Ascension From The Ashes) - the Magazine of Contemporary Culture (Fanzine; Bill-Dale Marcinko's...; LOW PRINT and SCARCE);

Afta No. 2 Part-2 aka “AFTA, TOO” (1978; Digest Size; 100 Pages; Cover by Howard Chaykin & Hazlewood; UFO & Cavemen back-c by Patterson; Bill-Dale Marcinko interview; Star Wars vs CE3K; Rocky Horror Picture Show;  Fawlty Towers, Dragonflame, Fred Hembeck; FN/VF = $16.00);

#3(4/1979; Magazine Size; Steve Martin-c; 68 pages; Stephen King; Monty Python; Robin Williams; Steve Martin);


AFTERMATH (Magazine;, Gulf Comics, 1983) #1,2;

AFTERWORKS (Image Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (2006); Volume #2 (2006);

THE AGENCY (Image Comics/Top Cow 2007; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1;

AGE OF REPTILES - (Dinosaurs, etc) "The Hunt" (Dark Horse Pub.; Trade Paperback);

AGE OF REPTILES - (Dinosaurs, etc) "Tribal Warfare"; (Dark Horse Pub.; Trade Paperback);

AGENT 13: ACOLYTES OF DARKNESS (TSR Inc.; 1990; Softcover Trade Paperback);

AGENT ORANGE (Magazine;, Valhalla Comics Group, 1988) #1;

AIR BRUSH ACTION (Magazine;, Airbrush Action Inc.)

1988 (January/February);

1992 (March/April )

1994 (June);(August); (October) (December);

1995 (February); (April); (June); (October); (December);

1996 (February); (April);(August);

1997 (August )

1998 (February); (April ) (December );

1999 9February);


AKIKO: “THE MENACE OF ALIA RELLAPOR” (Sirius Pub.; June 1997; Trade Paperback ) - Volume 1;


ALAN MOORE'S SHOCKING FUTURES. by Moore, Alan., O'Neill Illustrated Cover. London, England, Great Britain, UK: Titan Books. 1986 Soft Cover. First Edition THUS!. Comics Graphic Novel Trade PBK. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 76 pages total, including covers. 8-1/4 " wide x 11" tall. B&W illustrated Comics; Classic UK Early work by Alan Moore, who later went on to international Comic Fame for; Swamp Thing, Watchmen & Miracleman. >>>Includes: (1) Tharg's Future-Shocks; Grawks Bearing Gifts, Art by Q. Twerk; (2) Vocosonics Futura Translator; Art by Brendan McCarthy; (3) Tharg's Future-Shocks; The Last Rumble of the Platinum Horde; Art by John Higgins; (4) Tharg's Future-Shocks; They Sweep the Spaceways; Art by Gary Leach; (5) Tharg's Future-Shocks;The Regrettable Ruse of Rocket Redglare; art by Mike White; (6) Tharg's Future-Shocks; A Cautionary Fable; Art by Paul Neary; (7) Tharg's Future-Shocks; An American Werewolf in Space, Art by Paul Neary; (8) Tharg's Future-Shocks; Wages of Sin; Art by Bryan Talbot; (9) Tharg's Future-Shocks; The Wild Frontier; Art by Dave Gibbons; (10) Tharg's Future-Shocks; One Christmas Eternity; Art by Redondo; (11) Tharg's Future-Shocks; Sunburn; Art by Redondo; (12) Tharg's Future-Shocks; Bad Timing; (13) The Hyper Historic Headbang; Art by Alan Davis; (14) The Lethal Laziness of Lobelia Loam; art by Boluda; (15) Tharg's Future-Shocks; Eureka! Art by Mike White; *** VERY SCARCE title; >> Book Weight = 300 Grams; ISBN: 0907610714 (VG=$45; FN=$65; VF=$85);

ALAN MOORE'S TWISTED TIMES. by Moore, Alan., O'Neill Illustrated Cover. London, England, Great Britain, UK: Titan Books. 1987 Soft Cover. First Edition THUS!. Comics Graphic Novel Trade PBK. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 1st Edition, January 1987, Trade Paperback; Titan Books Ltd., London. 9" x 11", softcover glossy, inside black & white, 68 Pages including covers; UK comics graphic novel. Further migrained renderings of Abelard Snazz, the multiple-eyed, double-brained, stupid genius. Classic UK Early work by Alan Moore, who later went on to international Comic Fame for; Swamp Thing, Watchmen & Miracleman. >>> Includes; (1) Final Solution, a Ro-Jaws'Robo-Tale; Art by Steve Dillon; (2) Abelard Snazz -The Double Decker Dome strikes back; Art by Mike White; (3) Abelard Snazz - Halfway to paradise; Art by John Cooper; (4) Abelard Snazz = the Multi-Storey Mind Mellows Out; Art by Paul Neary; (5) Abelard Snazz - Genius is Pain; Mike White art; (6) Tharg's Future-Shocks - The Disturbed Digestions of Doctor Dibworthy; Art by Dave Gibbons; (7) Tharg's TIME Twisters - The Reversible Man; artr by Mike White; (8) Tharg's TIME Twisters - Chrono-Cops; Art by Dave Gibbons; (9) Tharg's TIME Twisters - The Big Clock; Art by Eric Bradbury; (10) Tharg's TIME Twisters - Ring Road; Art by redondo; (11) Tharg's TIME Twisters - the Time Machine; art by J.Redondo; *** SCARCE title; ISBN: 0907610722 (VG/FN=$39; FN=$49; VF=$65);



ALI-BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES (Softcover Trade Paperback, Tele-Guide, 1978) #NN;


ALIEN FIRE – SNEAK PREVIEW (Magazine; 1986 Kitchen Sink)


ALIEN THE ILLUSTRATED STORY (Softcover Trade Paperback, Futura Pub., 1979) #NN;


ALIENS (Magazine;, Dark Horse, July/92; Volume 2) ##1 (July 1992; 8 page insert Mini comic Martha Washingtons War Diary by FRANK MILLER is intact;

#3-5,7-10,14,18-20;


ALIENS; BOOK ONE (Dark Horse Comics January/1990; Hardcover with Dust Jacket);

ALIENS; BOOK ONE (Dark Horse Comics January/1990; Softcover Trade Paperback); (Dark Horse Comics Third Printing January/1996);

ALIENS; EARTH WAR (Dark Horse Comics July/1991; Softcover Trade Paperback);

ALIENS; EARTH WAR (Dark Horse Comics July/1991; Hardcover with Dust Jacket); #NN (Signed and Numbered #104 of 1,500 by Mark Verheiden and Sam Keith);

ALIENS; FEMALE WAR (Dark Horse Comics December/1996; Softcover Trade Paperback);

ALIENS; GENOCIDE (Dark Horse Comics February/1997; Softcover Trade Paperback);

ALIENS; HARVEST (Dark Horse Comics February/1998; Softcover Trade Paperback);

ALIENS; HIVE (Dark Horse Comics February/1993; Softcover Trade Paperback); #NN( Second Printing August/1995);

ALIENS; KIDNAPPED (Dark Horse Comics February/1999; SoftcoverTrade Paperback);

ALIENS; LABYRINTH (Dark Horse Comics May/1997; Softcover Trade Paperback);

ALIENS; NIGHTMARE ASYLUM (Dark Horse Comics October/1996; Softcover Trade Paperback);

ALIENS; OUTBREAK (Dark Horse Comics August/1996; Softcover Trade Paperback);

ALIENS; VS. PREDATOR - ETERNAL (Dark Horse Comics September/1999; Softcover Trade Paperback);

ALIENS; VS. PREDATOR - WAR (Dark Horse Comics May/1996; Softcover Trade Paperback); #NN (Second Printing); #NN (Third Printing);

ALIENS; ROGUE (Dark Horse Comics August/1997; Softcover Trade Paperback);

ALIENS; STRONGHOLD (Dark Horse Comics July/1996; Softcover Trade Paperback);

ALIENS 3 MOVIE SPECIAL (Mini Series; Magazine; Dark Horse Comics August/1992) #1-3;

ALIENS; TRIBE (Dark Horse Comics April/1992; Hardcover Graphic Novel with Dust Jacket) #NN;

ALL-ACTION MONTHLY (Magazine;, IPC Magazine Ltd., February/87) #1;

THE "ALL AMERICAN" ART CARTOONING (magazine; Higgins Ink Co. Inc.) #NN(1944);

ALL AMERICAN! CAN-SO COMICS (Magazine;, Can-Do Comics, 1984 - 85) #NN;

ALLEY OOP (Softcover Trade Paperback, Ken Pierce, Inc., 1983) #1;


ALL-STAR AUCTIONS ( Pub. All-Star Auctions; Circa Late 1990's) #4;

*** 2003 (February 22 &23; Amazing Spider-man #40-c)

*** 2004 (May 29 &30; Superman-c)


ALLY SLOPER (Magazine;, Alan Class & Dennis Gifford, 1976) #1-3;


ALMURIC (Graphic Novel by Roy Thomas and Tim Conrad; 1991 Dark Horse)


ALTER EGO (Rare early Fanzine, by ROY THOMAS);

#7(Fall/1964; Marvel Family cover & article; Biljo White, Jerry Bails, Foss; Solomon Grundy; GA Human Torch)

#8 (Winter/1965; Blackhawk cover & article by Roy Thomas; Biljo White-a; Doc Savage; Jerry Bails editor; ECLIPSE = 9 page original superhero comics - Ronn Foss-a; Mexican Supermen article; JSA article; VG $30)

#10 (1969; GIL KANE interview; Tom Fagan; 1 pg each Sub-Mariner & Wonder Woman parodies by Wally Wood; TOR by Kubert; Comics Code; Overall FN/VF, but Staples are Rusty, thus VG/FN = $22);

#11(June/1978; Bill Everett interview; Mike Friedrich pub; FN/VF=$22; VG/FN=$14);


ALTER EGO (Magazine; Twomorrows; Summer/1999) #1-11,13-15,17-20,21 (Dave Stevens cover), 22,23,24,25,27, 31-34,37-41,44-46,48,49,51-62,66,68-71,81,82,83,85,87,93; 94,96,99;

ALTER EGO; THE BEST OF THE LEGENDARY COMICS FANZINE (Hamster Press; 1997) #NN (trade paperback);

ALTER EGO: COLLECTION VOLUME 1 (TwoMorrows; 2006) #NN (Trade Paperback; 196 pages; Collects Alter Ego #1-2, plus 30 pages of NEW material; JLA cover; VF $22)

ALTER EGO: THE COMIC BOOK ARTIST COLLECTION (Twomorrows; 2001) #NN ( trade paperback);

ALTERNATE EXISTANCE (Magazine;, Paragon/ Alternate Pub., May/82) #1;

ALTERNATIVES (Magazine;, #6 cover Matt Howarth, Alternatives) #2,6;

ALVAR MAYOR: DEATH AND SILVER (Softcover Trade Paperback, 4 Winds, March/89) #NN;

ALWAYS COMES TWILIGHT (Magazine;, Fantagraphics, 1976) #1;


AMAZING COMICS AUCTIONS (Magazine; Heritage Comics Auctions Inc.)

2002 (June); (July); (November); (December)



AMAZING HEROES (Magazine/Fanzine; Fantagraphics Pub);

>>> [ (Articles, Interviews, Artwork, News, Reviews, Previews & More) (#1-13=Larger Magazine Size; #14up=Smaller Comic Size format) ]; >>> [(Star Wars Comic Strip by Al Williamson = #1-38,40-45,47-53,55-59); (Star Hawks Comic Strip by Gil Kane = #1-18, 25,31,50,55,60,61,63-69);(#10-26,29,31-33 = Potpourri by Jim Korkis's, with Don Rosa cartoons-a; Potpourri continues #35 & beyond, but without Rosa-a) ];


#1(6/1981;Fantastic Four cover by BYRNE; John Byrne interview FF; Dial H for Hero);


#2(7/1981; New Teen Titans cover by George Perez; Teen Titans article; NY Creation Con; Pacific signs Kirby & Grell);


#3(8/1981; JSA / Justice Soiciety of America-c & Article; Staton-c; Spider-Man article; 2pg Capt Victory Preview by KIRBY; Buckler JSA pinup; 1pg Wonder Woman new costume preview; Spider-Man pinup; 68 pages);


#4(Daredevil-c & article by Frank Miller; Destroyer Duck by Kirby; 1/2pg Galactus/Surfer pencils by Byrne; Spirit pinup);


#5(Ka-Zar-c;Brent Anderson-c/a & interview; Ka-Zar article; Superman article; Look at Steve Ditko's Spider-Man;THUNDER Agents reborn;Batman pinup);


#6(Moon Knight-c/article by Sienkiewicz;1pgNowlan-a;Moon Knight pencil-a;Sienkiewicz & Moench interviews; Doom Patrol article; Dr Fate pinup);


#7(Micronauts cover by Gil Kane;Gil Kane interview; History of THUNDER Agents & Texeira pinup; Wood tribute; Jan Duursema);


#8(2/1981; THUNDER Agents Painted-c by Fujitake; THUNDER Agents articles; X-Men sweep Eagle Awards;Krypton article; Blyberg pinups; 1/3 page original Spider-Man cartoon; Batman pinup; 68 pages);


#9(Captain Carrot cover & article by Scott Shaw; Funny Animals article; Wood & Kane-a; History of Captain Action; Superman parodies; Secrets of NoMan= new 1 page comic strip; X-Men pinup);


#10(Metal Men cover by Terry Austin;Metal Men article; 1pgHernandez-a; article in Denys Cowan; Pasko on Swamp Thing & the movie; 1/2pgFrank MILLER moves to DC; Jim Korkis's Potpourri begins, with Don Rosa cartoons-a);


#11(Special Horro Heroes issue; Night Force-c & article by Colan; History of Swamp Thing, Wrightson-a; article on WARREN magazines; Kirby at Pacific; 1/4 page original Spider-Man cartoon by Don Rosa; Savage by Gil Kane ad & preview);


#12(X-MEN-c & article; Paul Smith interview; Fu Manchu & Shang Chi);


#13(7/1982; Star Wars-c & article;Kevin Nowlan-c/a;History of Thor, Kirby-a;100 page Summer issue; New publisher = Warp; Thing= 1/2 page with Byrne pencil-a; Marvel's 1960's Superheroes article;Superman Family;Titans review, 1/2pg Perez-a; 1pg Rosa-a);


#14(8/1982; 68pgs; First smaller Comic sized format; Camelot 3000-c & article; Bolland-c/a; History of Capt Marvel;intro Omega Men; Spider-Man reprints index; 1pg Spider-Man review);


#15(9/1982; 68pgs; Keith Giffen-c/a & Interview; History of Capt Marvel; Blyberg pinup; Starlin-a; Vision & Spider-Man reviews);


#16(New Mutants vs Sentinals cover by McLeod; in-depth New Mutants issue; Green Arrow article with Neal Adams-a; History of Namor Sub-Mariner;Nexus & Teen Titans reviews);


#17(Great SUPERGIRL painted-c by Kevin Nowlan: History of Supergirl article; Wolverine & the Marvel Killers;Look at Frank Miller's Daredevil; Groo review);


#18(12/1982; NEXUS by Steve Rude = Cover & In-Depth article;History of Supergirl article;Defenders & HULK reprints index; Mighty Crusaders review);


#19(X-MEN vs E-Man cartoon parody-c by Staton; E-Man interview & review; History of Ant-Man);


#20(2/1983; Amethyst-c,Article & preview; 68 pages; History of Jack Kirby's New Gods article; Full page New Gods Pencils illo by Kirby; Hembeck interview; Ronin= 1/2pg Frank Miller preview illo; Grell's Jon Sable review);


#21(Coyote-c, by Leialoha Article & preview; 68 pages; Englehart & Leialoha interviews; History of Jack Kirby's New Gods article;Super-Hero Role-Playing games, with Don Rosa illos; Bruce Timm pinup;


#22(Alpha Flight-c, by John BYRNE,Article & preview; 68 pages; Atari Force comics review; History of Sgt. Fury article;Jonah Hex parody pinup);


#23(Crystar-c by Blevins,Article & preview; 68 pages;History of Early HULK article, Kirby-a;Kirby's FLY preview; Challengers of the Unknown article);


#24(DN Agents-c,Article & preview;76 pages;Cover art of Gil Kane, 4 rough draft to finished covers; Women of Daredevil article with Black Widow & Elektra full page pinup; Miller-a);


#25(RONIN-c by Frank Miller, with 19 page article, lots of Miller-a;116 page Summer Special; 19 page Wonder Woman article; Starmasters 1/2pg preview,Gulacy-a;


#26(Edge of Chaos by Gray Morrow-c, art, interview& Article; History of Nick Fury article, Steranko-a; Ron Goulart on Forgotten 40's Heroes; Superman III Movie 1pg Photo's;


#27(July 15/1983; Batman-c & Special issue; Article on Outsiders, interview with Mike W. Barr; article on Original GA Batman; Jim Aparo-c; Groo & Hercules reviews);


#28(Sword of the Atom-c by Gil Kane & Article; .History of SA Atom article; Casper & Wendy O'Williams parody pinup);


#29(American Flagg-c by Chaykin, art, interview& Article; 76 pages; DC Imaginary Stories article & index);


#30(Thriller-c by Trevor Von Eeden, art, interview& Article; 68 pages; 1/6pg Ronin pencil sketch by Miller; Smurfs as Elfquest parody pinup; Martian Manhunter article; Comic Video Games; Sex in comics);


#31(Star Hawks-c by Gil Kane; 116 page Giant; Star Raiders GN article; Star Trek at DC article with Marv Wolfman & Mike W. Barr interview; Lengthy Tom Sutton interview & art, on Star Trek & Horror comics; Kaluta full page Conan ad; DC's Forgotten Heroines = Dolphin, Rima, Starfire);


#32(Somerset Holmes-c & Article; History of Doctor Doom article, Kirby-a; Spider-Man vs David Letterman original full pg Cartoon; Brent Anderson interview with pencil art; Spider-Woman);


#33(MARS-c Article, with Hemple & Wheatly interviews;History of Doctor Doom article; Judge Dredd game);


#34(Redeemer-c by Kubert, with art, article & interview; Mike W Barr on Enemy Ace; Metamorphosis Odyssey by Stalin; Frank Miller & Violence=1-1/2 pages; Superhero Physics);


#35(Inferior Five-c by Nowlan; History of Inferior Five article; Jack of Hearts by George Freeman preview; Dan Jurgens interview re Batman & Warlord);


#36(December 1/1983; Infinity Inc with Power Girl-c; All-Star Squadron & JSA article; Guide to DC's multiple earths; Roy Thomas interview; Who's who in All-Star Squadron; 68 pages);


#37(Rocketeer-c by Dave Stevens, with interview, article & art, with Pencil art & Betty Page; History of Nova article; "Skyborne" Text-s with illustration by Dwight R. Decker begins);


#38(ELFQUEST-c;History of Nova article; Skyborne; Wendy & Richard Pini interview re Elquest & Warp Graphics;Fred Hembeck article by Mark Waid; 68 pages);


#39(1984 Preview Issue; 148 pages; All-Star, Spider-Man, JSA, Byrne, Blackhawk, Defenders, Ditko,Fantastic Four, New Mutants, New Teen Titans, Rocketeer, Ronin by Miller, 2pg Alan Moore interview re Swamp Thing, Secret Wars, Thing, Simonson's Thor, Wonder Woman, X-Men, Zot & much more; Skyborne);


#40(Sun Runners by Broderick-c & Article; Skyborne; History of Iron Man article; 1/2pg Nightwing Preview illo; DC Star Trek preview);


#41(February 15/1984; Superman Flag-c by Wayne Boring, with art& interview; Special Superman issue; Superman of Serials, TV & Movies; Red Kryptonite article & index by Mark Waid; Skyborne);


#42(CEREBUS the Aardvark, Neil the Horse, Cutey Bunny& Journey-c & article; Dave Sim-a;1/2pg Kirby Darkseid/New Gods preview; Joshua Quagmire interview & art; Skyborne);


#43(Warlock-c by Blyberg; History of Warlock Article = Kirby, Kane & Starlin-a; Conclusion of Skyborne; Marvel No-Prize book);


#44(Alien Legion-c by Austin; Alien Legion article, with Potts, Zelenetz & Cirocco interviews; History of Ka-Zar article, Shanna app; Harlan Ellison interview re his Daredevil story);


#45(August 15/1984; 16 Heroes cover by Hannigan/Janson; Ed Hannigan interview, with Batman, Spider-Man, Flash, etc; Evangeline preview; Sherlock Holmes in comics; Spider-Man #252 preview; Don Bluth's Space Ace);


#46(Power Pack-c & article; Character Index to LEGION of Super-Heroes; New Teen Titans/Legion article);


#47(Darkseid New Gods-c by KIRBY, with in-depth Preview & art;History of Son of Satan article, Two original Spider-Man cartoons = 1/3 page & 1/2 page);


#48(MR. X cover & article; Los Brothers Hernandez interview; DC's Bizarro's article & index by Mark Waid; Micronauts);


#49(Dalgoda-c by Fujitake & article; Elementals article; Married heroes= FF, Vision, Kingpin, etc; GA Captain Marvel; Zot preview);


#50(New Teen Titans-c by PEREZ; July 1/1984; 148 Page Special issue;12 page George Perez Interview with art;Marv Wolfman Interview; BATMAN article with Lengthy Mike W. Barr &Denny O'Neil interviews, Adams-a; Jemm by Gene Colan preview; Facts of life on Marvel's Earth, by Heidi MacDonald; MLJ Super-Heroes article;

DC Earth One international heroes);


AMAZING HEROES (Magazine/Fanzine; Fantagraphics Pub);

>>> [ (Articles, Interviews, Artwork, News, Reviews, Previews & More) (#1-13=Larger Magazine Size; #14up=Smaller Comic Size format) ];

>>> [(Star Wars Comic Strip by Al Williamson = #1-38,40-45,47-53,55-59); (Star Hawks Comic Strip by Gil Kane = #1-18, 25,31,50,55,60,61,63-69) ];


#51(Bucky O'Hare-c; Neal Adams' Continuity Comics Company preview; 1/2pg FF poster by Byrne; 1pg Mudwogs by Suydam History of Atomic Knights article,MLJ Super-Heroes article);


#52(Judge Dredd-c by Brian Bolland; Eurpean Invasion; History of Captain Britain article, History of Judge Dredd article, Kim Thompson's guide to British comic book artists in America; British Fanzines; French connection, Daugaud, from Asterix to Galaxity, Blueberry, Lucky Luke & more);


#53(Elementals-c/a by Willingham, with article by Mark Waid; Valentino's index to Super-Groups; Mr. Monster preview; 1/2pg Miller Elektra preview illo);


#54(X-MEN and Mutants-c by Austin;History of X-MEN article, Kirby-a; Gerber's Void Indigo; American Flagg;Yosemite Hex, Jonah parody pinup);


#55(September 15/1984; Wolverine cover by Bill Sienkiewicz, with exclusive interview & Sketch art; New X-MEN In-Depth History & Index; Byrne-a;124 page Giant issue; King Arthur & Camelot in comics from Prince Valiant, Shining Knight, Black Knight, Merlin, Demon, Modred, Captain Britain, Morgan Le Feyto Camelot 3000);


#56(Super-Heroines cover, Special Issue with Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Pheonix etc;History of Ms Marvel article, Supergirl movie preview; Wonder Woman article; Jonni Thunder preview; Nowlan-c; Alan Moore's Swamp Thing centerfold; Fighting Females= Black Widow, Dazzler, Shanna, Storm, etc);


#57(Starstruck-c/a by Kaluta & article; History of Power Man & Iron Fist article; Alpha Flight & Guardian);


#58(Badger-c & article; Nexus partial-c & article; 3pg ALAN MOORE interview; History of Secret Six article),


#59(Mike Zeck cover, art& interview; Hulk, & Iron Man, Secret Wars-c & Article; History of Magnus Robot Fighter article; P.Craig Russell's Night Music);


#60(Cloak & Dagger, with Rocket Racoon cover; Austin partial-c; Bill Mantlo interview;History of Silver Surfer article; Kirby-a & Pinup; Mark Waid article about Mantlo; History of Sgt. Rock article; Wendy & Richard Pini Elfquest & Warp);


#61(Groo cover & art by Aragones; Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier interviews; History of Silver Surfer article, Kirby-a; Merging of DC & Marvel universes);


#62(Love & Rockets-c by Jaime Hernandez, 1985 Preview issue, 148 Page Giant; Over 250 comics Previewed; illustrations include; Byrne, Cutey Bunny, Avengers, Gulacy, Bolton, Cerebus by Sim, Ditko, Starlin, Red Sonja,Star Wars, X-Men etc; >> 1pg on Crisis, plus 2 page B&W centerfold ad by Perez;>>2/3 page on Alan Moore's Marvelman; 2/3 page on Alan Moore's Watchmen);


#63(Masked Man-c & Article; Golden Age reprint directory; 1/2 page BYRNE pencils illo of HULK; Full page Marvelman ad; Jetsons as Star Wars parody pinup; History of Star Wars comics article; 10 best titles of 1984 = Swamp Thing is #1);


#64(Moon Knight cover, History, Preview & Index; Sienkiewicz-a;Mark Evanier interview; Wonder Woman parody pinup; Crisis 2 page color centerfold ad by Perez; Flash starts the Silver Age article);


#65(Black Dragon-c/a by John Bolton Preview article; All Sword & Sorcery issue;History of Conan article; Barry Windsor-Smith art; Solomon Kane; Batman in new black costume Crisis parody pinup; DC's 50's Sci-Fi titles; Golden Age directory);


#66(Harbinger-c;CRISIS on Infinite Earths cover & Article; PEREZ-c/a; Mark Waid interviews Marv Wolfman & Geroge PEREZ; History of Marvel's Dracula article; Colan-a; the Superman mythos; Golden Age directory);


#67(Secret Wars II cover with Wolveine & X-Men; Secret Wars II Article; Interview with Jim Shooter;History of Star Trek in comics from GK, Marvel & DC;interview with NEAL & Kris ADAMS;. Sal Buscema/Leialoha-c;Return of DC heroes in Silver Age; 2 pages on Comic Death's; Golden Age directory; color Thunder Agents AD on back-c by Perez);


#68(Ambush Bug-c by Giffen/Austin; exclusive new John BYRNE X-Men-a; Steve DITKO interview; Elfquest's censored Sex scenes; new Howard the Duck book; Mark Waid previews new Prez series; Megaton Man & Don Simpson interview & art;Mark Waid interviews Ambush Bug & Keith Giffen; article on DC's Dolphin; Pureheart

the Powerful; SA Fantastic Four article, Kirby-a; Golden Age directory);


#69(Batman & Elektra cover by Frank Miller; April 15/1985; 18 page Frank Miller interview, article with lots of art & index; 68 pages; History of Phantom Stranger article; Sienkiewicz guest app; Conclusion of Star Hawks; SA DC heroes; Golden Age directory);


#70(Squadron Supreme-c, article& Preview; Brave & Bold article &index of #50-116; article on SA Spider-Man, Ditko-a; Golden Age directory);


#71(The Alan Moore issue; Alan Moore portrait-c by Bissette; Scarcer due to high demand; Brave & Bold article & index of #117-200; Article on First's Shatter; 15 page Alan Moore interview with many illos; Plus 10 page Alan Moore index);


#72(Avengers-c & Articles; Englehart interview re Hawkeye, West Coast Avengers, Vision & Scarle Witch; History of Hawkeye comics; History of Man-Bat comics & checklist; full page Wrightson freakshow ad; Shatter & Kirby's Hunger Dogs reviewed; Golden Age directory);


#73(Return of Eternals-c & Article; History of Eternals comics, Kirby-a; Guide of GA Superman reprints; Golden Age directory; Small Alex Toth illo = new?)';


#74(Futurians-c by Cockrum interview & article; Life & Times of Supergirl; Underground Comix; Golden Age directory);


#75(July 15/1985; Wolverine & Storm-c by Mayo; 100 page Summer Special; 19 page Chris Claremont interview, on X-men, Wolverine,Black Dragon & More; History of Punisher comic= Spider-Man app, Miller-a; 10 page Article on Robotech, with Macek interview; Henry Mayo portfolio;


#76(Hulk & Alpha Flight-c/a by Byrne, with article; History of Eclipso comics; Lois Lane thru ages article, with Superman);


#77(Swamp Thing vs Mr. Monster-c; Mr. Monster preview, Gilbert-a; History of Deadman comics, Neal Adams-a; Kirby & Eagle awards winners; 1950's Horror Comics article; Hex #1,Femforce #1 & Alan Moor's DC Presents #85 reviewed);


#78(Outsiders-c & Article by Mark Waid, Batman app;Interview with Mike W. Barr; History of the Justice League JLA Comics; Jim Aparo-c; Robin Hood in comics article, with 2/3page unpublished Barry Windsor-Smith art, & with Heah & Kubert-a; Denis Kitchen interview; >> Iron Man #200, Nightcrawler #1, Crisis #7-9, & Zeck's Punisher #1 are reviewed, Perez-a);


#79(10 DC heroes cover with Superman, Batman, Jonah Hex by Patton & Giordano; DC Challenge article by Mark Waid; History of the Justice League JLA in Comics; Captain Carrot Oz-Wonderland preview; JSA Justice Society article; 1/4pg Morrow Thing illo);


#80(October 1/1985; Dracula & Jack the Ripper, Blood of the Innocent-c& article, Wheatley & Hempel; Wheatley interview; History of Omega the Unknown in Comics; Look at John BYRNE's Fantastic Four with Byrne-a);


#81(Scout-c/a by Timothy Truman, with interview & Article; History of DC's Ultra the Multi-Alien Comics;publisher Atlas-Seaboard = 14 page Article with Art, plus 4 page Checklist;Fashion in Action; 76 pages);


#82(Wolverine & Marvel heroes-c by Ed Cherniga; 2pg preview of John BYRNE's Superman; Checklist to Mutants in the Marvel Universe; Sun-Runners; full page Charlton cartoon ad by DITKO; Golden Age directory; Aquaman #1, Legionnaires 3 #1& Elvira #1 reviewed);


#83(X-Factor cover & article; Mini Comics by Scott McCloud;Checklist to Mutants in the Marvel Universe;History of Bloodstone Comics; World's Finest = 1pg article on cancellation);


#84(Batman-c by Bissette; Biography of Batman; Portfolio of artwork by William Stout; History of Omac Comics & Checklist, Kirby-a; Gold Key title Total War / Mars Patrol = 4 page article with Wally Wood-a);


#85(December 15/1985; Captain Britain, Miracle Man, DR & Quinch cover by Alan Davis; Alan Davis Interview& Checklist with rare & unpublished art; Biography of Batman; Conan parody pinup);

#115(4/1987; FIRST Annual SWIMSUIT issue; ART by Bill Sienkiewicz, Mike Grell, Chuck Austen, Fred Hembeck, Hilary Barta, Colleen Doran, Will Meugniot, John Workman, Eric Shanower, Joe Staton, Bill Willingham, Trina Robbins, Reed Waller, Ty Templeton, Richard Howell and more. Kevin Nowlan cover);

#138 (April 1/1988; 2nd Annual SWIMSUIT issue; Weight = 125 Grams; FN/VF = $10);

#164 (May 1/1989; *** 1989 - 3rd Annual SWIMSUIT Collection; Weight = 160 Grams; FN/VF = $10);



AMAZING HEROES; ALSO IN STOCK = issues #86 thru #203;


Amazing Heroes (Fantagraphics)  The BEST OF…

#1 (Teen Titans cover by George PEREZ; Frank Miller, Sienkiewicz, Doom Patrol, John BYRNE);


AMAZING HEROES INTERVIEWS (Magazine;, 1993) #1-4;

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AMAZING HEROES PREVIEW SPECIAL (Magazine/Fanzine; 1985-1988)

#1(Summer/1985; ZOT-c by Scott McCloud; 140 pages; 150 Grams);

#2(Winter/1986; Nexus-c by Steve Rude; 148 pages; 155 Grams);

#3(Summer/1986; 'Mazing Man-c by DeStefano & Kesel; 148 pages; 170 Grams);

#4(Winter/1987; Groo& Cerebus cover by Sergio Aragones and Dave Sim/Gerard; 140 pages; 150 Grams);

#5(Summer/1987; Capt Carrot & Gumby-c by Art Adams; 148 pages; 160 Grams);

#10, 11


AMAZING HEROES SWIMSUIT SPECIAL (Fantagraphics; 1990-1993)

#1 (6/1990 - Spring; SCARCE; Art by; Vess, Chadwick, Nolan, Trina Robbins, James O'Barr, Larsen, Scott Shaw, Loebs, Keith, Linsner, Campbell, Geary, Workman, Sakai, Hughes, Lomax, Gilbert, Day, Fiala, Hembeck, Vosburg, Simpson, , Weight = 140 Grams; FN+ = $18);


#2(1991; 156 pages including covers; All-New Art Pinups by; Eddie Campbell, Phil Foglio, Fred Hembeck, Jaime Hernandez, Joseph Michael Linsner, Gray Morrow, Adam Hughes, Scott Shaw, Ken Steacy, Vosburg, Workman & over 100 other artists; Character Pinups include; She-Hulk, Bart Simpson, Little Mermaid, Herbie, Little Lulu, Black Cat, Dr Doom, Popeye, Doom Patrol, Howard the Duck, Tank Girl, Batman, Rogue, , Namorita, Silver Surfer, Wolverine, Hulk, Wonder Wart Hog, Shanna, Cry for Dawn, Hellcat, Ms Victory, Miss Fury, Betty Page, Catwoman, Storm & many others; Wonder Woman in Bikini-c by Willingham; SCARCE; VF=$16; FN=$12; VG=$9);



#3(1992; 156 pages including covers; Red Sonja-c by Thorne; All-New Art Pinups By; Steve Rude, Adam Hughes, Dave Cockrum,Gray Morrow, Mark Hempel, Stan Sakai, Workman, Joseph Michael Linsner, Geary, Ayers, James O'Barr, Foglio, Allred, Vosberg, Boyette, Michael Bair, Hembeck, and many others. >> Character Pinups include; Underdog, Barbie, Jubilee & Kitty Pryde, Bewitched, Lady Death, Popeye, Krazy Kat, Nightveil, Lobo, Marvel Family, Mr Monster, Crow, Elektra, Tank Girl, Shadow, Iron Man, Spirit, Superman/Batman, Bat Babe, Madman, Herbie, Patsy Walker, Galactus & Nova, She-Hulk, Vampirella, Tigra, Catwoman, Ren & Stimpy, Fantastic Four, Shanna & Black Widow; several Betty Page illustations; 1 page Batgirl comic strip; 1 page Wonder Woman cartoon comic strip; SCARCE; VF=$15; VG=$9);


#4(Fantagraphics #4 was Not Printed; The Spoof Comics Version replaces it);


AMAZING HEROES SPOOF SWIMSUIT ISSUE (Spoof Comics Pub; Based on the Fantagraphics series; 52 pages);

#4(One-Shot special issue; Spring/1993; Comic Size; 50% in Full Color; 50% in B&W; Takes the place of the unpublished Fantagraphics Magazine #4; Adam Hughes cover; Art by; Jackson Guice; Bair, Buniak, Alcala, Hembeck, Joseph Michael Linsner; Includes Betty Page Pinup; VF $6);



AMAZING HEROES SWIMSUIT SPECIAL (Fantagraphics; 1990-1993)
#NN(#5; "BEST OF..."; 4/1993; Fantagraphics Pub; SHE-HULK cover by Adam Hughes; 100 pages including covers; Meal Adams, Michael T. Gilbert, Mike Kaluta, Sienkiewicz, Vess, etc;
SOLD OUT);

THE AMAZING JOY BUZZARDS (Image Comics 2008; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 – Here Come the Spiders !;


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Amazing Masters Presentation / Presents (Ditto / Mimeograph & Offset Fanzine/Magazine; Amazing Masters Pub; Mike Redman & Steve Fritz; GA, USA) #4 (4/1967; Superman vs HULK Battle-c by Steve Fritz; Stated Print run of 250 copies; Rich Buckler art; "Prodom Speaks"= 10 Pages of INTERVIEWS conducted

via Questonaire of these Pro's = Nelson Bridwell, Arnold Drake, Gardner Fox, Gary Friedrich, Satn Lee, David Kaler, Bob Kanigher, Frank McLaughlin, Dennis O'Neil; >> Saga of the Gods 5 pgs comics = Mike Redman-s, Steve Fritz & Alan Hutchinson-a; Full Page SPECTRE illo by Alan Hutchinson; FN/VF = $39);


AMAZONS (Magazine;, Fantagraphics, 1/90) #1;

AMBASSADOR OF THE SHADOWS (Dargaud Pub.; Trade Paperbacks; 1981) - #NN;

(STEADMAN, RALPH) AMERICA (Softcover Trade Paperback, Fantagraphics, July/89) #NN;

AMERICANA; MASTRONET PREMIER CATALOG (Softcover Trade Paperback; Mastronet Pub.) #1(October 2001);

THE ANERICAN ( Dark Horse Comics 1988; Softcover Trade P{aperback) #1;

THE AMERICAN CARTOONIST (Magazine;, National Cartoonist Society, September/77) #1,5;

AMERICAN FANTASY (Magazine;, Robert & Nacy Garcia, Winter/87) #2;

AMERICAN FLAGG; HARD TIMES (Softcover Trade Paperback, First, 1985) #NN;

AMERICAN FLAGG; SOUTHERN COMFORT (Softcover Trade Paperback, First, 1987) #NN;

AMERICAN FLAGG: STATE OF THE UNION (First Pub.; Trade Paperback; April 1989) - #NN;


AMERICAN SPLENDOR (Magazine; Harvey Pekar; 1976-1993)

#3 (1978; 1st Printing; Robert CRUMB-a; VF $45);

#5 (1980; 1st Printing; Robert CRUMB-c/a; FN/VF $32); #7 (1982; 1st Printing; Robert CRUMB-a; VG/FN $15);
#8 (1983; 1st Printing; Robert CRUMB-a; VF $22); #9 (1984; 1st Printing; Robert CRUMB-a; VG $10);
#10 (1985; 1st Printing; VF/NM $22); #10 (1985; 1st Printing; FN $14); #11 (1986; 1st Printing; FN $12);

#12 (1987; 1st Printing; Robert CRUMB-a; David Letterman-c; VG/FN $10);


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AMERIKAN PRIMITIVE (Magazine;, 3-D Zone, 1989) #NN;

ANA (Fantagraphics Pub.; Trade Paperbacks; September 1991) - #NN;


ANGEL; AUTUMNAL (Dark Horse Comics; December 2001; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

ANGEL; THE HOLLOWER (Dark Horse Comics May/2000; Softcover Trade Paperback); #NN

ANGELA (Image Pub.; 1994/95; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

ANGEL FALLING (Zenoscope Ent. July/2013; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

ANGRY CHRIST COMIX (Sirius Pub.; 1994; Trade Paperback ) - Volume 1;

ANIMAG (Magazine;, Pacific Rim Pub., 1991) Volume 1 (#5-12); Volume 2 (#1,2);

ANIMAG (Magazine;, Malibu Graphic, 1991) #1,2;

ANIMAC (Magazine;, Pacific Rim Pub., 1991) #12;

ANIMAL MYSTIC (Sirius Pub.; 1996; Trade Paperback ) - Volume 1 (1st & 2nd Printing);


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ANIMATION MAGAZINE (Magazine;, Animation Magazine;) # 10(Fall/89, Vol.3, No.2), #39 (December/95; Vol. 9 #2); #44(April/96, Vol.10,No.4), #45(May/96, Vol.10, No.5), #46 (July/96; Volu.10 #6); #47(August/96, Vol. 10, No.7), #71(September/98, Vol. 12, No.9);

ANIMATO (Magazine;, Animation, Winter/90) #19, 24;

ANIMAOR (Magazine;, Filmcraft Pub (UK), July/89) #25;

ANIME: A BEGINNER'S GUIDE ;

ANIME ARCHIVE (Viz Comics; 1997) #4;

ANIMEFANTASTIQUE (Magazine; Forest Park) #4 (Winter / 1999; Batman Beyond-c)

ANIME INSIDER ( Mag; Pub Wizard Special) #31 ( April/ 2006);

ANIMERICA (Magazine;, VIZ, 3/93) Vol.1(#1,5); Vol. 2(#1,2,3,4); Vol.4 (# 6); Vol.6 (# 9,10,12); Vol.7(# 2,3,11,12);

Vol. 8 (# 2,3,12;)

ANIME INVASION (Wizard Pub.; Magazine) - Vol.1(#1; August 2001);

ANIMENOMINOUS! (BDC Enterprises Inc. Pub.; 1991) - #3-5;

ANIMERICA (Magazine;, VIZ, March/93) # Vol.1, (#1,2,4-10); Volume 2 (#1-12); Volume 3 (#1-6); Volume 4 (#6); Volume 6 (#9,10,12); Volume 7 (#2,3,11,12); Volume 8 (# 2,3,12);

ANIME UK (UK; Sigma Colour Ltd Pub.; 1991/92 Winter) - #1,2,7-16;

ANIME-ZINE (Minstrel Press Inc. Pub.) - #3(1988);

ANNE RICE'S THE VAMPIRE LESTAT (Ballantine Books November 1991; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

ANNE RICE'S THE VAMPIRE LESTAT (Innovation Booka November/1991; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

ANORMAL ( French Mag. Pub. Les Editions Anormales; 1991) - #1(Archie & Gang Parody);

ANOTHER CHANCE TO GET IT RIGHT (Andrew Vachss); (Dark Horse Books; Softcover Trade Paperback); #NN (Second Printing March/1995);

THE ANSWER ! (Dark Horse Comics October/2013; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1;

ANTI-SOCIAL (Magazine;, Helpless Anger Prod., 1985) #2-4;

ANUBIS WARRIOR (Arcana Studios 2011; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;


ANYTHING BUT MONDAY - the Laugh Magazine (Humor / Parody / Spoof Comics Magazine;, Nomadi Ubiquity Pub; NJ, USA; 84 pages);

Volume-3 #1(October/1989; Last issue?; Cover says = "PREMIERE ISSUE"; Girl in LINGERIE Photo & Cartoon Corporate Cocks-c; Dead Meat-s; Frankintoons; Hammond Cheese PI; Naxta & Plak; Larry Messanger is Paralized; Bathroom Humor; VG/FN = $5.00);

A1; SKETCHBOOK (Atomeka 2006; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

A1; THE WORLD'S GREATEST COMICS (Atomeka/Titan Comics November/2013; Hardcover); #NN

APACHE DICK (Malibu Graphics 1990; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;



APE (Magazine;, Dell, 1961; 52 pages; B&W) #1(Comics & Humor;Mamas Boy; Primer on Girls; Only Human; Have you heard?; Wagon Train; VG/FN=$18; G/VG=$12);


APEX TREASURY OF UNDERGROUND COMICS/ THE BEST OF BIJOU FUNNIES (Quick Fox; 1981; Softcover Trade Paperback);

APOCALYPSE = #6(Bogieman – The Manhattan Project); #8 (Sex Warrior);

APOCALYPSE (UK; Apocalypse Ltd. Pub.) - 1991 June #3(Accident Man); July #4(Bogie Man); August #5(Accident Man); October #7(Makabre); November #8 (Sex Warrior);


APPLE PIE (Magazine, Adrian B. Lopez Pub/ Histrionic Pub, 1975-1976; National Lampoon immatator; ADULT Humor/Parody/Spoof Magazine; ** Comics, Cartoons,illustrations & Jokes; Lots of Nudity in all; B&W / Color; Jokes, Smut & Bad Taste); >> Weight for Postage= 140 Grams each;

Volume-1 #1(March/1975; Flatulence Issue; Le Petomane the Pfart King of 1895 Moulin Rouge-c & Photo-s; Gone with the Wind; 34 pages of Adult Comix; Fred Astaire; Secret Confessions = mag parody; Invasion of the Windsuckers from beyond the Stars; Skip Williamson-a; Heather & Feather comics = Jerry Lane-a; Groupie-Doo = Sexy Archie-Like Teenage comics by Stan Goldberg; Home guide to self-surgery;Dope Rider-s by Kirchner; Howard Chaykin-a; 1pg Justin Green; 80 pages; FN/VF=$15; FN=$12);

Volume-1 #2(5/1975; SMUT issue; PHOTO-c; 80 pages; Dope Rider-s by Kirchner & Lopez; Justin Green-a; Sex Problems on Parade; History of Lust in America; Smokey the Beaver centerfold; Great Directors' Porn Films = 2 pages NEAL ADAMS art; Dennis O'Neal-s; New Meat on the street comics = Reese & Hama art; Soda Jerk comics by D.Lopez; 8pgs Zippy the Pinhead by Bill Griffith; Heather & Feather comics = Jerry Lane-a; House of Tin; SOLD OUT);

Volume-1 #3 (7/1975; 80 pages; Senseless Violence issue; SCARCE; President Ford-c; Charles Manson; Irish Kung Foo Freedom Fighters; the Legend, comics by Jerry Lane; Last Foe = Color S. Clay Wilson Comics; National Scar = mag parody; Justin Green-a; Genocide comics by Kim Deitch; Slaughter in Psycho-City; 2pgs Buster Brown = Mike KALUTA-a; Heather & Feather comics = Jerry Lane-a; Ezekiel Wolf by Ted Richards; VG/FN=$12.00);

Volume-1 #4 (9/1975; 72 pages; Jackie Kennedy/ Onassis in Bikini Swimsuit-c; GREED = magazine parody; America's 4th of July Going out of Business Sale = 3 pages Russ Heath-a; 3 pages Mike KALUTA-a; Peter Greed cartoons; Justin Green-a; Heather & Feather comics = Jerry Lane-a; Ezekiel Wolf by Ted Richards; I Steal, Therefore I Am."  = Two x ½ Page Comic Strips with Art by NEAL ADAMS and Photo’s by Michael  Sullivan; SOLD OUT);

Volume-1 #5(11/975; SOLD OUT); Volume-2 #1(#6; 1/1976; SOLD OUT);

Volume-2 #2 (#7; 2/1976; NEWS Parody issue; Jack Ford is NOT a Marijuana addict PHOTO-c/s, with President Ford app; 52 pages; Caroline Kennedy; Pig Woman dies in Lesbian Electrocution; Prince Charles to marry Duck; Inside MAO's new China; Armless Man-s; Scranton's Woman's date with Martian; Euell Gibbons, Barbara Walters, Howard Cosell; Hopelessly Insane; Animalistic Sex; SCARCE; Manitoba; VF/NM, 9.0 = $20.00);

Volume-2 #3(#8; 3/1976; PHOTO-c;52 pages; Ronald Reagan; Nixon; Killer Beauties from LA: The Manson Leg-Asssy; Vatican Porn Library; Training attack Sharks; Cocaine - Popular as Hula-Hoop; Drunk Flying; Toilet Papers; Giant Cockroach eats Cincinnati; All-Photo's & Textissue; LAST issue; SCARCE; SOLD OUT);


APPLE PRESS (Newspaper Giveaway; Apple comics) 1993 (March; Blazing Combat-c)



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AQUA BLUE (Softcover Trade Paperback, Dark Horse, 1988) #NN;

ARCADE THE COMICS REVUE (Magazine;, The Print Mint, Spring/75) #7;


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ARCANA – State Secrets ASHCAN (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; Private Press / Self Published; Set of 8-1/2” x 11” B&W Photocopy Pages used as a PROMO for a likely Unpublished Canadian Comic; 25 x One-Sided Pages; NELSON DANIELSON later had  work published with Boneyard Press, Open Book Press & Smash Comics);

#NN (Circa 1990’s; Sort, Pencils & Inks Art by NELSON DANIELSON; Futuristic Story about a Dictatorship called the Alliance; RARE; VF+ = $18.00);

ARCH ANGELS; FOR THE CONNOISSEUR COLLECTOR (Magazine/Catalog; Arch Angels Pub.)

#1 (1995; Captain America); #2 (Fall/Winter 1996; Underwater Nymph Fighting a Shark); #3 (January/1999; Batman);

ARENA MAGAZINE (Magazine;, #6 (1/98) #6,7,9-11;

ARGON TE SAVAGE: BOOK TWO (Fleetway/ Quality; 1991; Softcover Trade Paperback);

ARIA: ARIA TAKES OFF (HC-TB, Starblaze Graphics, 1986) #NN;


ARIEL, the BOOK OF FANTASY (Trade Paperback, Morning Star Press/Ballantine Books Pub, Autumn/1976-October/1978; 9"x12" Deluxe Art Book; Comics & illustrated Text stories; 84 pages including covers; B&W and COLOR; Stiff covers; Weight for postage = 450 Grams each);

#1(ARIEL: A FANTASY MAGAZINE. Autumn/1976; Interview with Frank Frazetta, two poems by Robert E. Howard, article on Batman, ''Will the Real Bruce Wayne Please Stand Up?'' by Tappan King, comic art by Frank Frazetta, DEN by Richard Corben, TARZAN by Burne Hogarth, and other material. Stories by Ray Bradbury, Michael Moorcock & others. CORBEN cover);

#2 (December/1977; Ray Bradbury, DEN by Richard Corben, Harlan Ellison, Interview with Frank Frazetta, Usula Le Guin, Michael Moorcock, J.R.R. Tolkein, Bruce Jones, Jeff Jones; FRAZETTA cover; Weight = 435 Grams; VF=$30; VG=$18);

#4(October/1978; Charles Platt, Ray Bradbury, Jane Yolen, Alexander Theroux; Artwork by ;Michael Hague, Don Maitz, Joe Kelly, and Arlene Noel; Unicorn cover);


ARISTOCRATIC XTRATERRESTRIAL TIME TRAVELLING THIEVES; X-THIEVES GRAPHIC ALBUM (Comics Interview; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (1988); Volume #2 (1988); Volume #4 (1989);






ARMY FUN! (Histrioric Pub.; B&W Adult/Girlie Cartoons Magazine) -

1976 – October(V14#5);

1977 - June(V19#5);

ARMY LAUGHS! (Histrioric Pub.; B&W Adult/Girlie Cartoons Magazine) -

1976 - November(V21#15);

1977 - January, ,September, November;

1978 - January(V21#22);


ARNOLD ROTH FREE LANCE (Fantagraphics; 2001) #NN (TPB);

ART ALTERNATIVES (Magazine;, Outlaw Biker, October/96) #8;

ART AND STORY (Magazine;, Print run 3000 copies, James D. Denny, 1976) #1;

***ART AND STORY

(Magazine;, B&W; Print run 3000 copies, James D. Denny, 1976; Comics, Text, illustrations & articles)

#2(L. Frank Baum, Clyde Caldwell, Alan Dean Foster, C.S. Lewis, Oliver Whot, Arthur C Clarke & Space: 1999; VG/FN $7);

ART D'ECCO (Fantagraphics Pub.; Magazine) #1(January 1990),2;

ARTIFACTS CATALOG ;

ASH (Event Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (January/1996);

AS NAUGHTY AS SHE WANTS TO BE! (Fantagraphics Pub.; August 1995; Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

AS OLD AS YOU FEEL, A BIRTHDAY BOOK! (Ivory Tower Pub. Co. Pub) #NN (January 1984);

ASTRAL COMICS (Tom Sciacca pub; Magazine/Fanzine; 52 pages; B&W);

#1 (Summer/1977; SCARCE; Astron Star-Soldier comics; Mike GRELL-c; Workman-a; Rich BUCKLER-a; Garcia Lopez pinup; Purity Snow centerfold poster; NUDITY; Astrobitch-s by Max Gottfried; Gibbons pinup; Wrightson ad; Simonson back-c; VF/NM, 9.0 = $30);

ASTRO ADVERTIZER (Offset Fanzine/Magazine; early Paragon Pub??; AD-Zine; Lin Mitchell editor; Orrin Lundgren publisher; Tallahassee, FL, USA);

#2(5-6/1971; Captain Marvel vs Sivana-c by Martin L. Greim & Bill BLACK; AD-Zine with nice illustrated AD's for fanzines of the period; Concomments by Gary Brown;

ART by Greim, Lundgren & Bill BLACK; Stated Print run of 1000 copies; FN/VF $20);


ART OF ALEX NINO (Softcover Trade paperback Art Book; Auad Pub, 2008 #207/500 signed by Nino; VF $29);

ASSO DI PICCHE ( Pub. Mensile Dei Comics; 1969) #1,2;


A SUIVRE ( French Magazine Pub.; Casterman) -

1978 --

#1("Ici Meme" Tarde - Forest), 2 ("Bran Ruzh" Deschamps - Auclair); #3 ("Corto Maltese" Hugo Pratt); #4 ("Haggarth" Victor De La Fuente); #5("Marie-Lou Kidnappee" Chantal Montellier); #6/7 ( "1934 a Raincoat Odtssey" Claeys); #8(Dossier: Les Poids Lourds); #9("H.P.; et Giuseppe Bergman" Manara); #10( "Le Jeu De La Mort" F. Solano Lopez); #11 (Herge);

1979 --

#12 ("Corto Maltese" Hugo Pratt); #13 ( Un Nouveau Grand Recit: Silence); #14 ( Le Dossier Du Mois); #15 ( L'Aventure au Quotidien); #16 ( "Le Bar a Joe" Munoz-Sampayo); #17 ("Magnum Song" Jean Claude Claeys); #18 ( "Rencontres Du 3 Sale Type" Max Cabanes); #19/20 ( "L'Homme De Pskov" Crepax); #21 ( "Silence" Comes); #22 ("Bran Rux" Auclair - Deschamps); #23 ( "Tendre Violette" Servais - Dewamme);

1980 --

#24 ( Jean Claude Forest);

1990 --

#152("Billie Holiday" Munoz - Sampayo);

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ATLANTIS MYSTERY: THE ADVENTURES OF BLAKE AND MORTIMER (Comcat Comics; 1990; Softcover Trade Paperback);

ATOMIC CITY TALES (Oni Press; Softcover Trade Paperback) Book #1 – Go Power ! (2002);

ATOMIC ROBO (Red 5 Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 – Atomic Robo and the Fightin' Sceintists of Tesladyne (2008);

ATTRACTIVE FORCES (NBM/ Amerotica; 1997; Softcover Trade Paperback);

ATTU: BBOK I: THE FORBIBBEN CAVE (4 Winds;1989; Softcover Trade Paperback);

ATTV (Softcover Trade Paperback, 4 Winds Pub., November/89) #NN;

AVALON COMICS CATALOG (Magazine;, Avalon Comics, Circa Late 90's) #31,32;

AVELON (Drawbridge Studios; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume 1 #5 – The Way of the Wylden (1998);

AVENUE D (Magazine;, Fantagraphics, 1991) #NN;

AWKWARD (Slave Labor Graphics Pub.; 1999) #1;

AX (Magazine;, Sony Magazine; Inc. (Japan), 1999) #21-26,30;


AXA -  First American Edition Series (1984-1985; KEN PIERCE Pub; Softcover Trade Paperback),

#1-9 (Donne Avenell-s; Enrique Romero-a; Weight =150 Grams each);

AXE COP (Dark Horse Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #3 (2012); Volume #5 – Axe Cop Gets Married and Other Stories (2014);

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BACK ISSUE ( Twomorrows) -

2003 -- #1 (December; Batman & Captain America cover by George PEREZ; Includes; DC vs MARVEL; Jack Kirby, Joe Kubert; JLA & Avengers then & now; Marv Wolfman & George Perez interview; Tarzan; Carmine Infantino; SOLD OUT);

2004 - #2(February; The Maze Agency); #3 (April; The Joker); #6(October; Tomb of Dracula); #7 (December; Superman/ Batman);

2005 - #8 (February; Storm Turns 30!); #9(April; Nexus); #10(June; RA's Al Ghul by Neal Adams);

2006 - #17 ( August; Tigra); #18 (October; Green Lantern cover; Includes; Hulk, Green Arrow, Green Hornet, Guy, Gardner, Martian Manhunter, Green Team; NEAL ADAMS Cover, Interview & Gallery; Peter David, Dave Gibbons, Mike Grell; SOLD OUT); #19 (December; Batman)

2007 - #20(February; Shazam); #21 ( April; Daredevil); #22 ( June; Robin); #23 ( August; Mary Jane Watson); #24 (December; Doctor Strange); #25 ( December; Iron Man);

2008 - #26 (February; Black Widow); #30(October; Shazam);

2009 - #34 ( June; Warlock); #35 ( August; Kraven); #36 (October; Monsters Unleashed)

2010 - #38 ( February; The Thing); #44 (October; Spider-man); #45 (December; Green Lantern Green Arrow by Denny O'Neil and Neal Adams)

2011 - #46 (February; Warlord); #49 (July; Deathlok); #50 (August; Batman and Robin Bronze Age); #53 (December; Thor)

2012 - #55 (April; Star Wars at Dark Horse); #56 (May; The MIGHTY AVENGERS issue; GEORGE PEREZ cover & art; West Coast Avengers, Hawkeye, Mockingbird, Wonder Man, Buscema, Hall, Milgrom, Stern; SOLD OUT);  #57 (July; Interview With DC Comics Jenette Kahn); #58 (August; Justice League of America)

2013 - #62 (February; Superman and Bizarro); #63 (April; British Invasion Issue); #67 (September; Batman; Gotham By Gaslight)


BACKLASH/SPIDER-MAN (Image Comics June/1997; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN


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THE BAD ART COLLECTION (Slave Labor Graphics Pub.) - #1(April 1996);

BAD BOY (Softcover Trade Paperback, Oni Press Inc., December/97) #NN;

BAD COMICS (Fantagraphics Pub.) - #1(2nd printing; August 1994);

BACKMAN (Magazine;, Major-Minor Prod., 1977) #1;

BAD BOY (Softcover Trade Paperback, Oni Press Inc., 12/97) #NN;

BAD COMPANY (Softcover Trade Paperback, Titan, 1987) #1,2;

BAD KIDS GO TO HELL (Bad Kids Press 2010; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN (2nd Printing);

BADTIME STORIES #NN(#1; One-Shot; 1971; Graphic Masters pub; Berni WRIGHTSON-s/c/a; Scarce Trade Paperback/Graphic Novel Fanzine; VG/FN = $35.00);

BAD WORLD (Avatar Press 2002; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;


THE BALLAD OF DOCTOR RICHARDSON (Horse Press Pub.; 1994; Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

BALLYHOO (Magazine, Dell, Cartoons & illustrated Text Humor; Fummetti = Photo's with Humor)

#102(#1; 1952; VIP - Virgil Partch cover & art; Cartoons by John Dempsey, Basil Wolverton & MANY others; VG=$20);

Volume-1 #3(7-9/1953; Summer; HOFF-c/a; Parody of 3-D Movies-c/s; Hitler A'int Dead=2 pgs; Cartoons by Dick Cavalli, John Dempsey, VIP - Virgil Partch & MANY others; 52 pages; 76 pages; VG/FN=$18; VG=$15); Volume 1 #6(Spring/1954);


(BAMA, JAMES) THE WESTERN ART OF (Softcover Trade Paperback, Peacock Press/Bantam Book, 1975) #NN;


BANANAS (Magazine; Scholastic Magazines Inc); = see separate listing in this section

of our Webpage = DYNAMITE, Bananas, Hot Dog, Sesame Street & Misc. KIDS Children's Magazines - 1970's-1980's, For Sale doc


BANANAS LOOKS AT TV (Magazine;, Scholastic, 1981) #NN;

BANANAS YEARBOOK (Magazine;, Scholastic, 1984) #NN;


THE BANK STREET BOOH OF CREEPY TALES (Pocket Books 1989; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;


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BARBAPAPA & Family ENGLISH Language Edition Comic Book Series by Annette Tison and Talus Taylor (Scholastic-TAB Pub. Ltd; Richmond Hill Canada;  20 Pages including Covers; Stiff Covers, Quality Paper inside; Full Color);

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Wikipedia = Barbapapa is both the title character, and name of the "species" of said character, of a series of children's books written in the 1970s by Annette Tison and Talus Taylor, who resided in Paris, France. The books were originally written in French (barbe à papa - literally "Daddy's beard" - is French for cotton candy or candy floss), and were later translated into over 30 languages. The main characters in the books are the Barbapapa family, who are most notable for their ability to shapeshift at will. In their native form, Barbapapas are blob-shaped, with a distinct head and arms, but no legs. Male Barbapapas have rounder bottoms, whereas female Barbapapas have a more slender form. Each Barbapapa can adopt any form they choose, but they remain easily identifiable by always retaining their faces and their distinctive colour.

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( A ) BARBABEAU’S SECRET (1984; 2nd English Language Softcover Ed; Detective Type Cartoon Character wearing a Deerstalker Hat/Cap = Sherlock Holmes Parody cover & story; Name Written on inside front Cover, Moderate Wrinkling to Covers, VG/FN = $12.00);

( B ) The BARBAPAPAS and the ERUPTING VOLCANO (1983; 1st English Language Softcover Ed; Scholastic-TAB Pub. Ltd; Richmond Hill Canada;  20 Pages including Covers;

Moderate Creasing & Wrinkling to Covers, VERY GOOD+ = $15.00

( C ) The HAUNTED HOUSE (1983; 1st English Language Softcover Ed; Detective Type Cartoon Character wearing a Deerstalker Hat/Cap = Sherlock Holmes Parody cover & story; RARE TITLE; Writing on inside front Cover, Moderate Wrinkling to Covers, VG/FN = $29.00);

( D ) The KIDNAPPING of BARBABRIGHT (1984; 2nd English Language Softcover Ed; Detective Type Cartoon Character wearing a Deerstalker Hat/Cap = Sherlock Holmes Parody cover & story; Name Written on inside front Cover, Moderate Wrinkling to Covers, VG/FN = $15.00);

( E ) MYSTERY in the JUNGLE (1986; 1st English Language Softcover Ed; Scholastic-TAB Pub. Ltd; Richmond Hill Canada;  20 Pages including Covers; RARE TITLE; Name written on inside front Cover, Writing Indentations on cover (No actual Writing), VG/FN = $29.00);

( F ) STRANGE DOCTOR BARBICARBONATE (1984; 2nd English Language Softcover Ed; Jekyll & Hyde type Horror / Scary Story; Name written on inside front Cover, Near FINE = $20.00);

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BARBARELLA (Softcover Trade Paperback, Jane Fonda Photo Cover, Grove Press, 1968) #NN;

BARB WIRE COMICS MAGAZINE SPECIAL (Magazine;, Dark Horse, May/96) #NN;

BARB WIRE; (Dark Horse Comics January/1996; Softcover Trade Paperback); #NN (First and Second Printings);

BARF (Magazine;, Revolutionary Comics, 1990) #1;

BARNEY AND THE BLUE NOTE (Rijperman/ Fantagrphics; 1988; Softcover Trade Paperback);

THE BARRY WINDSOR-SMITH ARCHIVES – CONAN (Dark Horse Comics; Hardcover Graphic Novel) Volume #2 (May/2010);

BARRY WINDSOR-SMITH STORYTELLER (Magazine;, Dark Horse, 1996) #NN (8 page Promo; Special Comics Preview; Weight=50 Grams; FN/VF $7.00);

BARRY WINDSOR-SMITH STORYTELLER (Magazine;, Dark Horse, 1996) #1(October 1996), 2-9;

BASEBALL THRILLS 3-D (Magazine;, 3-D Zone, 1990) #NN;


BASICALLY STRANGE (B&W Comics Magazine;, John C. Comics / ARCHIE Comics Pub); - #1(December/1982; Richard CORBEN-c; Alex TOTH-a; Wally WOOD-a; Frank Thorne, Rick Bryant, Bruce Jones; VF=$14; FN=$9);


BAT COMIX (Magazine;, 2000 copy run, Rodney Schroeter, 1982) #2;

BATFINK AND RUBIN (Jewish Batman & Robin - Cartoon Comic Parody) by; Gerber, Jack., Illustrated by Jack Gerber Art! Baltimore, Maryland, USA.: Frisky Books, Inc. 1966 Soft Cover. FINE. TRUE FIRST EDITION. Comic Book. 24mo - over 5" - 5¾" tall. 5-1/4"x5-1/4" softcover paperback book. Bizarre Humor/Parody of BATMAN & ROBIN as JEWISH Superheores "Batfink & Rubin; 52 pages including covers, stiff covers, on quality paper. SCARCE; By day Batfink is Seymour Finklestein & Rubin the Goy wonder is Chauncey McRubin; Jokes include; Bar-Mitzvahed humor, Lantzman (Superman type parody), Sex & Nudity, Fart jokes, Gay humor, bathroom & toilet humor, Rebbi & more. Something offensive for all. (FN/VF=$16; FN=$12);


BATMANIA (BATMAN FANZINE; BILJO WHITE and Rick Morrisey);

#19 (9/1974; BILJO WHITE-c/a; BATMAN-c; 30 Pages; Mike Friedrich; Raymond Miller; FN = $49.00);

#20 (12/1974; BILJO WHITE-c/a; BATMAN & ROBIN-c; 6 page BATMAN vs DAREDEVIL Comics Spoof with Flash cameo; Batman, Batgirl & Scarecrow BACK-c; 30 Pages; Mike Friedrich; Raymond Miller; VF = $49.00);


BATTLE ACTION (formerly BATTLE PICTURE WEEKLY; Nov.1/1977 = 1st "Battle Action"; UK/British; IPC Magazines Ltd. Pub.) -

1978; August 5(Sarge, Johnny Red; Crazy Keller; Samurai; Dredger; Operation Shark; Spinball Wars; VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4; G=$3);

1978; August 19(VG=$4; FA/G=$2.50);

1978; August 26(VG=$4; G=$3); September 2(FN=$6; VG=$4);

1979; March 10(FN/VF=$6);

1981 July 4(VG=$3);

1982 - September18;

BATTLE AXE (Magazine;, Comics Interview Group, 1/89) #1;


BATTLE PICTURE WEEKLY (#1 was March 8/1976; Becomes BATTLE ACTION; UK/British; IPC Magazines Ltd Pub.) -

1976; (July 17; VG=$5.00);

1977; (April 23; G/VG, but with 2"x2" piece off cover at upper left corner, thus FA/G $2);

1977; (May 14; VG $5.00);

BATTLE/STORM FORCE (Fleetway UK); (August 29/1987); (October 24/ 1987);

BATTLETECH; THE SPIDER AND THE WOLF (1986 Fasa Corp.) #NN

BAYWATCH PHOTO STORIES (Magazine;, Armada, May/96) #1-4;

THE BEANO (UK; D.C. Thomson and Co. Ltd. Pub.)

1952; #497(FA $10);

1965 = 1191;

1966 = 1233, 1237;

1971 = 1518, 1522, 1523, 1529, 1530, 1534, 1535, 1536;

1972 = 1541, 1543, 1551;

1973 = 1624;

1980 = 1970, 1972, 1987, 2000, 2003, 2004;

1981 = 2035,2038,2040,2041,2042,2048,2052,2053,2055,2056;

1982 = 2061-2069, 2071,2073,2074,2075,2081,2085,2086,2090-2095,2098-2102,2107,2108,2109,2110;

1983 = 2112,2113,2116,2117,2118,2120,2123,2125,2126,2128,2129,2132-2135,2137-2143,2146,2147,2163;

1984 = 2165-2167,2170,2178-2181,2183,2185,2186,2188,2189,2191,2195,2196,2198,2200,2202-2204,2206-2212;

1985 = 2224,2255,2258;

1986 = 2280,2281,2284,2290,2293;

1987 = 2320,2322,2323,2325,2326,2328-2330,2332,2334-2337,2343,2345-2352,2358,2362-2364,2366-2370;

1988 = 2372-2374,2376-2383,2385-2388,2390,2395-2399,2401,2403,2406,2409-2411,2413-2423;

1989 = 2425-2429,2431-2435,2437-2442,2445-2456,2458,2459,2461-2464,2466-2469,2471-2473,2475,2476;

1990 = 2479,2481-2483,2486,2488,2490,2491,2494,2496-2498,2502,2506,2508;

2008 – 3417;

BEANWORLD (Larry Marder's) (Beanworld Press 1995; Softcover Trade Paperback) Book One;


BEAST IS DEAD by Calvo and Dancette (french graphic novel) Abi Melzer Productions, 1984. Hard Cover. FN/VF $30.00;


Beast is Dead, The. - World War II Among the Animals. by Dancette, Victor, Illustrated by Edmond-Francois Calvo. (English language edition of La Bete est Mort) Israel: Abi Melzer Productions, 1984 Pictorial Cover.This book was originally published in Holland. It is a cartoon history of World War II as fought by the animal counterparts of the axis and allies. The Nazis are wolves, the English, French and American are dogs, sheep, Hyenas, etc. This is an oversized 9"x12" hardcover book. VG/FN=$15;


the BEAST WARRIORS OF SHAOLIN (Softcover Trade Paperback, Pied Piper Press; Pied Piper Graphic Album #3; 12/1986;; Weight=200 Grams; VF = $9);

BEAUTIFUL CREATURES; THE MANGA (Yen Press February/2013; Hardcover with Dust Jacket) #NN;


BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE ( Mag; Pub. Slave Labor Graphics; Circa 2000's - #NN;


BEAVIS AND BUTT-HEAD; THE BUTT-FILES – BEAVIS AND BUTT-HEAD'S GUIDE TO SCI-FI AND THE UNKNOWN (MTV Books/Pocket Books August/1997; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

BEAVIS AND BUTT-HEAD ENSUCKLOPEDIA (MTV BOOKS/ Pocket Books; 1994) #NN (TPB);

THE BEEZER (UK; D.C. Thomson and Co. Ltd Pub.) -

1972 = 855;

1983 = 1424;

1986 = 1576-1579,1581,1583;

1989 = 1749;


Behaviordelia & Contingency Management in Education. Soft Cover. FINE. TRUE FIRST EDITION. Comics Graphic Novel Trade PBK. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Approx 140 Pages; Super-Heroes in Comics Graphic Novel format; TABLE OF CONTENTS: (1) Captain Con Man.; (2) Behaviorman I; (3) Behaviorman II; (4) Behaviorwoman I; (5) Behaviorwoman II; (6) First Fly-By-Night Underground Experimental College; (7) Doctor Nice;


BELL'S THEOREM by Matthias Schultheiss (Softcover Trade Paperback / Comics Graphic Novel, Catalan Communications, February/1987)

#NN(Shalby could be considered a very lucky man: one day he's a poor slob in the pen for the rest of his life and the next he's offered freedom in exchange for participating in some medical experiments. Nothing heavy, says the nice guys in white, no risks at all! Lucky? Shalby gets his freedom all right, but he's no longer Shalby as he searches for his identity in someone else's past and becomes the thesis of Bell's Theorem);


BELL'S THEOREM: BOOK 2: THE CONNECTION --- Schultheiss, Matthias; Metz, Bernd (editor); Metz, Bernd (translator)

(Softcover Trade Paperback / Comics Graphic Novel, Catalan Communications, 1989; Who or what is trying to control Shalby? What is the origin of those images which surface before him during his psychotic-like episodes that catapult him into an abyss? Shalby had left his past behind him and now he's stumbling helplessly around in a labyrinth where nothing makes sense until he finds The Connection to Bell's Theorem);


BEM (Bug Eyed Monster??) (NMP - New Medai Pub; Hal & Jack Schuster; B&W Fanzine; Tampa, FL, USA; formerly a Limited UK mag)

#35 (Spring/1982; First USA NMP published issue; Eagle Awards, Comics in Britain, Margaret O'Connell, JOHN BYRNE & CPL gang, Kevin O'Neill-c/a; UK's Nemesis the Warlock; Pat Mills interview; Charley's War; What If Bizarro World had many more DC/Marvel heroes; Lisellan Tea Party comics; Fantastic Four #1 review; FN = $7.00);

#36 (1982; 2nd USA NMP published issue; Bryant Talbot-c/a; Hearoes of 2000 AD; Fafhrd & Gray Mouser Sword of Sorcery; Pat Boyette & Fred Himes interview; Arthur Ranson interview; Rogue Trooper; Judge Dredd; HMS Conqueror serial comics; Shanna the She-Devil; Cold Cure comics by Paul Alexander; FN = $7.00);


BEOWULF (Softcover Trade Paperback, First, 1984) #NN;


(WRIGHTSON, BERNI) the BERNI WRIGHTSON TREASURY (Magazine;, Omnibus Pub. Co., 1975) #NN(1975. first edition. 52 pages; Upscale fan magazine with color covers, interview, checklist, and dozens of b&w illustrations, strips, and covers. Excellent reproduction, a quality production; VF =$49);


(WRIGHTSON, BERNI) the BERNI WRIGHTSON TREASURY (Fanzine/Magazine; Omnibus Pub. Co., 1975) #NN(1975; 52 pages. Upscale fan magazine with Color front & back covers; inteview with Wrightson; a portfolio of his artwork; checklists of both comics and fanzine work; 3 pages Limpstrel comics; 6 page comics story = "FEED IT"; Loaded with Berni WRIGHTSON Art. >>> weight = 160 grams; VG minus = $35);


BERNI WRIGHTSON CATALOG - NYCA Gallery - Oct. 1977; (NYCA Art Gallery Pub; Comic Size, 20 pages including cover; B&W with Stiff Color Covers; Catalog/Program for the 10/1977 Art Gallery Exhibition); #NN (Manitoba copy; VF+, 8.5 = $24.00);

BESERKER (Image Comics/Top Cow; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (July/2010);

BESET BY DEMONS (Magazine;, Tundra, 1992) #NN;


BEST CARTOONS FROM MANS (Mayfair Pub.; B&W Adult/Girlie Cartoons Magazine) - 1975 - Summer (#1);


BEST EDITORIAL CARTOONS ( Newspaper Tabloid; American Pub.) -- Volume 10 #21 ( November/1998);


BEST OF AMAZING HEROES #1;

THE BEST OF BIJOU FUNNIES/ THE APEX TREASURY OF UNDERGROUND COMICS - (Softcover Trade Paperback, Flip Book, Quick Fox, 1981) #NN;

BIG APPLE CON: CONVENTION KIT 2004;

THE BIG BIGFOOT BOOK (Mojo Press 1996; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

BIG CITY; THE COMPLETE OBLIVION CITY SAGA (Slave Labor Graphics March/1995; Softcover Trade Paperback); #NN

BIG COMIC FORTNIGHTLY (UK; Fleetway Pub.; 1988) - #1,4;

BIG FUN (American Coic Archive; 2004) #1;

THE BIG GUY AND RUSTY THE ROBOT (Dark Horse Pub.) - #NN; #2(August 1995);

BIG NUMBERS by Alan Moore, and Bill Sienkiewicz; [Northampton, England, UK; Mad Love Publishing Ltd. 1990 Soft Cover. First Edition. 10"x10"; 44 pages including covers]; >> Book Weight = 150 Grams each; #1(April/1990), #2(August/1990) VG = $12.00 each


BILLY BUDD, KGB --- Charyn, Jerome; Boucq, Francois (illustrator) (Catalan Communication; February/1991; Softcover Trade Paperback / Comics European Graphic Novel in English. A wonderful story and art by the team that created "The Magician's Wife");




BITTER LAUGHS (Magazine;, Rocky Creek Pub., May/97) #1,2;

BIZARRE SEX (Kitchen Sink) #6(April/84);

BLAB (Kitchen Sink; 1987-1988; Softcover Trade Paperback / Comics Graphic Novel; 5-/12" x 9") #1,5,6,7

THE BLACK BAT (Moonstone Ent. 2011; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

BLACKBEARD; LEGEND OF THE PYRATE KING (Dynamite Ent. 2011; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;


BLACK CAT CROSSING (Kitchen Sink Pub.; 1991; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

THE BLACK DRAGON"; (Dark Horse Comics April/1996; Softcover Trade Paperback Trade Paperback);

THE BLACK FOREST (Image Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (First Printing March/2004); Volume #1 (Second Printing July/2004); Volume #2 – Castle of Shadows (2005);

BLACK MAGIC (Dark Horse Comics November 1998; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

BLACK MIST; BLOOD OF KALI (Desperado November/2008; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

BLACK OPS (Image/ Wildstorm Pub.; November 1996; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

THE BLACK PEARL"; (Dark Horse Comics August/1997; Softcover Trade Paperback);

BLACKTHORNE PREVIEW MAGAZINE VOL.3 (Magazine; Blackthorne Pub.) Vol.3 #3(April 1987), #4,#5;

THE BLADE OF KUMORI (Arcana Studios 2011; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

BLAST (Ditto; Harland Ronning Pub.) #5(1975), 10;



BLAST (UK; John Brown Pub. Ltd; June 1991) - #3,4,6;

BLITE (Magazine;, Fantagraphics, May/89) #1;

BLONDIE (Comic Strip Preserves Series; Book 1); Dean Young & Stan Drake; Blackthorne Pub., 1986. 76 pages including covers; B&W illustrated cartoons. 7"x10" Comic book in trade paperback format; Collects Comic Strips Originally released in 1985; Comics Graphic Novel Trade PBK. Weight = 180 Grams; VF/NM; Inventory # 4732 Price: US$ 19.00


BLOOD AND ROSES (Magazine;, Komil Arkyves (Canadian), July/90) #1;

BLOODLORE (Softcover Trade Paperback, Bent Nail Pub, 1988) #1;

BLOOD SONG: “A SILENT BALLAD” (Harvest/ Harcourt Pub.; 2002; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

BLUEBEARD (Slave Labor Grapics June/ 1994; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

THE BLUE WITCH OF OZ (Softcover Trade Paperback; Dark House Pub; 1992) #NN;



(BODE, VAUGHN) JUNKWAAFFEL (Last Gasp Pub; Magazine) - #5(1983);

(BODE, VAUGHN) LIZARD ZEN ( TPB; Fantagraphics; JANUARY/1999) -- #NN;

(BODE, VAUGHN) POEM TOONS (Softcover Trade Paperback; Tundra Pub.) #NN(1989);



BOING! ( Mag: Comic Relief:)

Winter/ 1990 -- #1(Front cover by Peter Bagge & Interview); #2 ( Sandman);

1991 -- #3 (Captain Sternn; Interview Berni Wrightson);


BOING BOING (Boing Boing Pub.; Magazine) - #8(Spring 1992);

BOLTON, JOHN) BACK DOWN THE LINE (Eclipse; 1991; Softcover Trade Paperback);

THE BOMB (Asylum Press August/2008; Softcover Trade Paparback) #NN

BOMB QUEEN (Image Comics/Shadowline; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 – WMD Woman of Mass Destruction (July/2006); Volume #2 – Dirty Bomb – The Queen of Hearts (July/2007);

BONE; THE COMPLETE BONE ADVENTURES (Cartoon Books; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (1993); Volume #2 (1994);

BONE; OUT FROM BONEVILLE (Scholastic 2005; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN



BONE SAW (Tundra Pub.; 1992; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #1;

BOOK FAIR COLLECTOR'S COMIC LIST (Magazine;,Circa 80's) #2,7;

BOOK OF NIGHT (CHARLES VESS) (Hardcover in Slipcover; Copy #196 of a Limited Edition SIGNED and serially numbered edition of only 500 copies; Dark Horse 1991); (Hardcover in slipcover, Copy #197 of a Limited Edition SIGNED and serially numbered edition of only 500 copies, Dark Horse, 1991; 93 pages of Comicsw, PLUS 11 page Art Portfolio; Weight= 700 Grams; Slipcover=VF; Book=NM; $59.00);

THE BOOK OF TWILIGHT (Caliber 1994; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

BOOK SMART (Kickstart Comics 2011; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN

BOP (Magazine;, Kitchen Sink, 1982) #1;

BOWIE BUTANE IN “SINS OF THE FATHER” (Mike Murdock Pub.; 1995) #NN;


BOYS AND GIRLS GROW UP (Magazine;, 1994) #3;

BRAIN CAPERS (Fantagraphics) - #1(August 1993);

BRAIN DAMAGE (Magazine; Galaxy pub. u.k.) #1 (1989)

BRAIN STORM COMIX-AMAZING ROCK AND ROLL ADVENTURES (Magazine; Alchemy Pub.; UK)

#6(Summer 1978; Limited to 3000 copies; early Byan Talbot; Scarce);

BRAT PACK (King Hell/ Tundra Pub.; August/1992; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

BRAVE ADVENTURE (Ditto, 2/63) #1;

BRAVE NEW ROCK (Magazine;, Gary Becks, July/90) #1;

BREAKAWAY COMICS (The Breakaway Company Pub.; Magazine) - #1(1992; Escape from Downside);


BREEZY RIDER (Coloney Pub.; Motorcycle Humor / Parody / Spoof comic Magazines) >>> See = CAR toons (Petersen Pub) / Pete Millar's DRAG Cartoons (Millar Pub) / HOT ROD CARtoons (Petersen) = Comic Magazines On Our HOME Webpage


BROADWAY LAUGHS (Histrionic Pub.; B&W Adult/Girlie Cartoons Magazine)

1976 - October(V19#1);

1977 - June, August;

BRODY'S GHOST (Dark Horse Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Book #1 (July/2010); Book #2 (January/2011); Book #3 (April/2012); Book #4 (April/2013); Book #5 (April/2014);

BROKEN GIRLS (Ancient Squid Media 2008; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;



BROTHER MAN (Magazine;, Big City Comics, April/90) #1;

(BRUNNER, Frank) the BRUNNER MYSTIQUE (Magazine; Artist Index Series, 1976; Pro-Fanzine/Magazine) - #NN(Frank Brunner interview, art & index; Weight= 100 Grams; VF/NM=$30; VF=$24; VG/FN =$16);

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BUBBLEGUM CRISIS: GRAND MAL (Dark Horse Comics September/1995; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

BUCK DANNY, THE ADVENTURES OF (Magazine;, Amusement Int. Ltd., 1988) #NN;

BUCK GODOT-ZAP GUN FOR HIRE (Softcover Trade Paperback, Starblaze Graphic/ Donning, May/86) #NN;

BUCK GODOT- SMITH (Softcover Trade Paperback; Starblaze Graphics/ Donning Pub.) #NN 1987);

BUCK ROGERS (Softcover Trade Paperback, Golden Book, 1979) #NN;


BUCK ROGERS - FAN CLUB MAGAZINE

(Spec Productions; 2000-2001; VERY Limited edition; 500 Copies?; Collects the SCARCE Newspaper Comic

DAILY Strips by Rick Yager; 8-1/2"x13" Oblong; Softcover Trade Paperback)

#1 (SPACE FORTRESS; October 31st, 1951 through March 31st, 1952; 80 Pages including covers; VF+ $22);

#2 (STOLEN SPACE FORT ; April 1sr, 1952 through August 30th, 1952; 94 Pages including covers; VF+ $22);

#3 (Operation Vanish; September 1, 1952 through February 12, 1953; 88 Pages including covers; VF+ $22);

BUDDY (UK; D.C. Thomson and Co. Ltd Pub.) - #11(1981);


BUD PLANT Fantasy & Comic Art CATALOG's;

#18(Summer/1981; Stout-c; Books, Fanzines, Posters, Undergrounds, Portfolios & more; 68 pages including covers; VG/FN = $15);

Winter 1981-82 Supplement (Hildebrandt-c; Books, Fanzines, Posters, Undergrounds, Portfolios & more; 24 pages including covers; VF = $10);


BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER; BAD BLOOD (Dark Horse Comics April/2000; Softcover Trade Paperback); #NN;

BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER; DUST WALTZ (Dark Horse Comics October/ 1998.; Softcover Trade Paperback); #NN;

BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER; OMNIBUS (Dark Horse Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #4 (May/2008);

BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER; THE ORIGIN (Dark Horse Comics September/1999; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN (First and Second Printings);

BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER; THE REMAINING SUNLIGHT (Dark Horse Comics March/1999; Softcover Trade Paperback); #NN (First and Second Printings);

BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER; RING OF FIRE (Dark Horse Comics August/2000; Softcover Trade Paperback); #NN;

BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER; UNINVITED GUESTS (Dark Horse Comics September/1999; Softcover Trade Paperback);

BUGHOUSE (Cat-Head Comics Pub.; 1996; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

BUGLE AMERICAN (Subdued Pub. Inc.) 1976 July 14 (cover by Justin Green; 1 page rip off comics);

BUGS BUNNY (Magazine;, Time-Life, 1990) #NN;

BUGS BUNNY AND THE LOONEY TUNES MAGAZINE (Welsh Pub.) - #13,16,17, 21(Spring 1995);

BUGS BUNNY MAGAZINE GEANT ( French; Warner Bros; 1976) - #28;

BUGSY MALONE (Softcover Trade Paperback, Movie, Armada, Circa 1976)#NN;


BULL-DOG (Ditto/Mimeograph;Steve Kristiansen, Adzine & Fanzine for Collectors of Comic Stips & Sunday pages)

#1(March/1973; 16 pages; G/VG $15); #5(4/1974; Steve Canyon-c; FN $10);

#6 (Print Run=250 Copies; Fabulous Fiddlefoot with Worm's Inn Irregulars cover; VG $8);

#7(12/1974; Print Run=400 Copies; 50 pages; Boot Hill-c with dead Western stars gravestones; VF $12);


BULLET (UK; D.C. Thomson and Co. Ltd Pub.) - 1976 #16,23;


BUNTY (UK; D.C.Thomson and Co. Ltd.) -

1963 #269, 271;

1972 #754;


BURIED TREASURE (Magazine; Pure Imagination) - #1(Spring 1986); #3(1988; ALEX TOTH issue; VF/NM $20);




(BUSCEMA); the ART OF JOHN BUSCEMA - Volume One (1978; Magazine/Fanzine, Sal Quartuccio / Sal Q; 36 pages; all-new Wraparound Cover with 21 Marvel Super-Heroes by Buscema; VF, 8.0 = $49.00)


BUSSI BAR ( German; Pub ?) - #3(1976), 4,6,7;


BUSTER (UK; IPC Magazines Ltd. Pub.)

1972 = (July 11);

1978 = (July 1);

1983 = (June 11);

1986 = (April 5, 26); (May 3,17), (September 27);

BUT I DIGRESS (Softcover Trade Paperback; Comic Buyers Guide Pub.) #NN (circa 2000);

BUYERS GUIDE FOR COMIC FANDOM = [ see "COMIC BUYER'S GUIDE" ];

BUZ SAWYER: = see COMIC ART SHOWCASE ;

BUZZARD (Cat-Head Comics Pub.; Magazine) - #1,5(1992),6;

BYRNE, JOHN: THE ART OF (Trade Paperback; S.Q./Sal Quartuccio Productions Inc.; Pro-Fanzine/Magazine)

#1(1980; Spider-Man & Wolverine-c; Weight= 200 Grams; VF+, 8.5 = $39);


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the CABBIE -- Riera, Marti; Metz, Bernd (editor); Lisle, Jeff (translator) (Catalan Communications; June/1987; Softcover Trade Paperback / Comics Graphic Novel; The Cabbie is a prototypical solitary individual, out of touch and helpless in a predatory world that doesn't have time for people who can't keep up with the 20th century. Other artists, from Al Capp to Andy Warhol, have paid homage to, parodied, swiped from or been inspired by Chester Gould's Dick Tracy. Only Marti has been able to recreate it. Gould's graphic black and white precision and his diagrammatic clarity live on in Marti's work and - more interesting, perhaps- so does Gould's depravity);

CADILLACS AND DINOSAURS ( TPB; Kitchens Sink; 1989) #NN;

CAGES by Dave McKean (Slick Magazine, Tundra, 12/1990-5/1996) #1-7,10(VF or Better = $7 each);


CAGES: A COMIC NOVEL (Kitchen Sink; 1994; Hardcover; 496 pages; Dave McKean);

CALDWELL, CLYDE; SKETCHBOOK - SAVAGE HEARTS (Softcover Trade Paperback; S.Q. Productions Inc.) #1(1997);


CALGARY COMIC & Entertainment Expo ART BOOK (Comics Convention 9"x12" Hardcover Books; Each page is a Full Color Pinup);

2009 (ISBN #13-978-1-934623-78-7; 4th Annual Edition; Wild West Adventure = Cowgirl cover by Bruce Timm; Cowgirl back cover by Frank Cho & Jaysin; *** Interior art by; Amy Pronovost, Darwyn Cooke, Benn Dunn, Joe Jusko, Terry Moore, Mike & Laura Allred, Michael Golden & many More; all are Western Themes, includes; Sexy Cowgirls, Cowboys, Indians, Horses, Villians, etc; 60 pages including Covers; Serially Numbered #510 in a Limited Print Run of only 850 Copies; Weight = 585 Grams; NM-, 9.2 = $49);

2010 (ISBN #13-978-1-934623-84-8; May/2000; 5th Annual Edition; Sci-Fi Adventures = Sexy Space Girl cover by Brandon Peterson; Horror back cover by Francesco Mattina; *** Interior art by; Bruce Timm, Fabian Molina, Dave Kwown, Stan Sakai, Matt wagner, Rich Bucker, Bill Sienkiewicz & Many More; all are Sci-Fi or Manga/Cartoon Themes, Limited Print Run of only 1000 Copies; 76 pages including Covers; Weight = 650 Grams; NM, 9.4 = $49);


CALL ME PRINCESS (CPM Manga Pub.; February/ 2000; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;


CALVIN SLOBODIAN's Comic Catalogue (CONAN-c by Nadolsky; no Date; Circa 1985? Tabloid; 12 pages; List of Golden & silver age comics for sale; Plus Original Conan art; Folded twice, VG = $7.00);



CAMELOT COMIS CATALOG NO. 2 ( No Date) - #2 ( Basil Wolverton Cover Art);

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Canada's Comics Group of Seven - Silver Age Artists Comic Art Workers of Canada by Kenny Moran (K.C. Comics / Kenny Moran Pub; B&W; Color cover; Almost 1" THICK Canadian Underground Comics Magazine from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; 8-½”x11”; 408 Pages including covers, Consisting of 204 One-Sided pages including Loose Certificate of Authenticity & Covers; Weight = 1200 Grams)#NN (2005-2006; ISBN #0-9780142-0-0; >>> Includes; Bibliographical references to Canada's Group of Seven Underground Comics Artists from Winnipeg, mainly focused on Kenny Moran; >>> Contents; Sonja Fox #5, Cheyenne the Cimmerian #5, ELF the Barbarian #6,7,8,9,10,11,13, Red Valiara #8, Nelvana #1,2; Includes Previous Published art & much previously UN-Published Art; Limited Edition of only 26 Lettered Copies, Signed by publisher & artist Kenny Moran; Unread, As New, just as we received direct from publisher = US$49.00);

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CANADIAN CHILDREN'S ANNUAL 1979;

CANADIAN CHILDREN'S ANNUAL [Potlach Pub; Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Softcover Trade Paperback; 180 Pages including covers; Kids Books with Text stories, illustrations, poems, games, activities, facts & Canadian COMICS; >>> Featuring; 5 pages NEIL THE HORSE by ARN SABA; Malcolm & Eric comics = 2 pages by Ian Carr; 6 pages Dick Mallet Adventure comics in color; 1 page Bubblegummers comics by Amy; Origin of a Superhero = 2 pages comics & 2 pages illustrated text-s by Ian Carr; FOLD-OUT Bonus PIRATE Poster {Usually missing} is still intact; VG/FN = US$15.00];

CANADIAN GRAPHIC COLLECTOR (Dark Horse Grafix/Graphics Ltd.; Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; Dick Houston publisher/editor; & Verne Andrusiek editor; Fanzine/Magazine on = COMICS, Science Fiction, Posters, Strips, Art, Rare Books & Canadiana);

#1 (1-2/1978; 32 pages; Red Sonja & Howard the Duck AD pinup by Verne; George Freeman art on Barbarians in full page Comic World ad; FN=$12; G/VG=$7)


#2 (2-3/1978; 44 pages; Red Sonja & Howard the Duck AD pinup by Verne; >> Art Gallery Section with full page pinup art by = Kenny Moran,Derek Brueckner, BATMAN by Stuart Reid, Lovern Kindzierski, Bill Garbacz, Lawrence Leeson, Maurice Wanono; >> George Freeman art on Barbarians in full page Comic World ad; >>> 4 pages CANINE the BARKBARIAN comics by Jack D. Zastre; FN/VF = $10.00);


#3 (4-5/1978; 48 pages; ISSN #0705-2197; Verne Andrusiek editorial; Two x 1/2 Page "Days of Wonder" comic strips by Darryl Weibe; Red Sonja & Howard the Duck AD pinup by Verne; Comic Book Grading by George Olshevsky; CONAN article; >> Art Gallery Section with full page pinup art by = B.Garbacz, Lawrence Leeson, Maurice Wanono; >> George Freeman art on Barbarians in full page Comic World ad; >>> 8 pages "Flying Sorcerers" comics by David Gerrold & Larry Niven, with adaption & art by Verne Andrusiek; FN/VF = $10.00);


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CANNIBAL BABES LINGERIE (Magazine;, Limited Signed & Numbered 2000 run, Ascension Comics, 1995) #1;

CANNON (10”x12” Oversized Fanzine; Nudity = Adults Only; No Date; 1970’s) #1(Wally WOOD-c/a; VG/FN $25); CAPITOL CITY DISTRIBUTION, INC., Catalogs

CAPA-alpha (Fanzine/Magazine; ZIP Pub; Rich Morrissey editor/publisher);

Volume-8 #8 (Zip Pub #110; Mailing #166; 8/1978; JONAH HEX Cover by Mark Patterson; 10 Pages; Print run of only 50 copies; Hand-Written letter on Back cover by editor/publisher Rich Morrissey; Double folded for mailing, G/VG $12);


CAPITOL CITY DISTRIBUTION INC. - Catalog #5 (1985)

*** Order Pak 1989 (July); 1990 (March): 1993 (January); 1996 (#90); 1996 (#93)



CAPTAIN ADAM (Canadian; Kevin Mutch Pub.; July 1993) - #NN;


CAPTAIN FUTUR (B&W Hardcover Graphic Novel - Les Humanoides Associes); by Philippe Manoeuvre & Serge Clerc art (RARE; VG/FN = $49)


CAPTAIN GEORGE'S COMIC WORLD / CAPTAIN GEORGE PRESENTS...");

(Captain George Henderson; Newsprint Newspaper, Memory Lane Pub Fanzine; Low Print Runs; circa 1968-1970; #1-4 = Comic World; #5-28 = Captain George's Comic World; #29-46 = Captain Geroge Presents...)

#1 (Yellow Kid-c; Little Nemo, Buster Brown, etc; FN $20);

#2 (Yellow Kid-c; Scarce old 1900-1920 Comic Strips; FN $15);

#3 (Little Nemo & Dream of Rarebit Fiend issue; FN $15);

#5 (How to Draw issue; Prince Valiant-c; Hal Foster, Alex Raymond, Dick Tracy, VG/FN $15);

#6 (Buck Rogers issue; VF $15);

#7 (1969; Superman issue; VF$25);

#8 (Rime of the Ancient Mariner issue; Noel S. Patton art; Gorgeous art!! VF $15);

#11 (Dick Tracy issue; VF $15);

#13 (Gronk & Terror of the Tiny Tads, 1913-1914 comic strip issue; VF $10);

#14 (Yellow Kid-c; old Comic Strips = Mutt & Jeff, Bringing up Father, etc; VF $12);

#17 (Windsor McCay - Rare "Hearld Examiner Editioral" headline ARTWORK; VF $12);

#18 (ASK!);

#19 (W.R.Hearst-c; J.Allen St. John art; Little Orphan Annie; VF $12);

#20 (Edgar Rice Burroughs, Joe Palooka; Buck Rogers 2-page poster; FN $10);

#21 (Pogo-c/s; McManus-a; L'il Abner; Frazetta-a; Wood-a; or VF$20);

#22 (Golden Age CAPTAIN MARVEL, Capt Marvel Jr & Bulletman issue; VF $20);

#2? March/24 = double size issue (Golden Age TIMELY Super-Heroes issue; Sub-Mariner, Captain America, Human Torch, Patriot, Vision & Angel; 64 pages; VF $25);

#27 (Kirk Alan as Superman Photo-c; Spirit by Eisner; Underground comics; Brother of the

Spear by Morisi; FN+ $17);

#28 (Virgil Finlay issue; Also with; Hannes Bok, & Edd Cartier; 32 pages; VG+ $14);

#29 (Alex Raymond Portfolio; Flash Gordon; 32 pages; VF $18);

#30 (Golden Age Captain America issue; 32pages; FN/VF$16; VF $20);

#31/32 = double issue (Secret Agent X-9 by Dashiell Hammett, with ALEX RAYMOND

Art issue; 64 pages; FN+ $25);

#38/39 = Double Issue (FRANK FRAZETTA Special issue; 64 pages; Funny Animals, Heroic, Humor & odd art by Frazetta; Looie Lazybones, Kathy, Dan Brand & Tipi, etc; VF $25);

#46 (Prince Valiant from 1960/61 by Hal Foster issue; 32 pages; FN/VF $15);


CAPTAIN GEORGE'S PENNY DREADFUL (A Weekly One Sheet Folded Review) #431,448,450,454,461,462,540,546;

CAPTAIN GEORGE'S WHIZZBANG (Newspaper) #2,4,6-8,11-13,15,16;

CAPTAIN HARLOCK; THE ORIGINAL TV SCRIPTS (Vol. 1: Episopes 1-6, Softcover Trade Paperback, Malibo Graphics, Inc., 1990) #NN;

CAPTAIN HARLOCK; RETURNS (Malibu Graphics 1991; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;


CAPTAIN SPIDER ( Mag: Graphic Image Comics Group; 1996) Advance Preview Copy);

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CARL BARKS LIBRARY OF WALT DISNEY'S... ; ***** HEAVY BOOK SETS; (WEIGHT = 4000 GRAMS for Each 3- Hardcover Book Set in SLIPCASE Boxes ) BARKS, CARL. [Editors; Bruce Hamilton, Geoffrey Blum, & Thomas Andrae]; Another Rainbow. / Russ Cochran & Bruce Hamilton Pub; Scottsdale, Arizona, USA., 1986. Pictorial Illustrated Boards. >>> Carl Barls is widely considered to be one of the All-Time greatest creators (Story & Art) in the entire History of American Comic Books. Condition on #1-10 Below; Books = VF/NM or Better; Slipcase Boxes = VF or Better;


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Volume III (#3); CARL BARKS LIBRARY OF WALT DISNEY'S = UNCLE SCROOGE (1952-1958 Years) - (BOX SET of 3 Books in SLIPCASE Box )= Donald Duck; Barks Issues of Uncle Scrooge #1-20; Uncle Scrooge; Barks Issues of #1-20; >> Includes;"Only a Poor Old Man"; "Uncle Scrooge Back to the Klondike"; "Uncle Scrooge Ye Olde Wishing Well"; ATLANTIS, TRALLA LA, 7 Cities of CIBOLA, , LEMMING, Philosopher's Stone, Golden Fleecing & MUCH more. Bookseller Inventory # 7223-3 Price: US$ 199.00


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Volume VIII (#8); CARL BARKS LIBRARY OF WALT DISNEY'S = Comics and Stories; (1948-1954 Years) - (BOX SET of 3 Books in SLIPCASE Box )= Donald Duck; Barks Issues of Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #95-#166; Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #95 - #166; >>> Bookseller Inventory # 7227-3 Price: US$ 249.00


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CAR (TER) TOONS ( TPB; Praxis Financial Pub; 1967) #NN;

CARTOONS AND GAGS ( Newsstand Pub. Inc.) - 1965 (February; Volume 8 #1);

CARTOONAGGIO ( Fanzine; Dr Alfred D. Stewart; 1978) #3;

CARTOON CLUB NEWSLETTER (Magazine;) #17(1974), 20,21;

CARTOON CONFIDENTIAL BY JIM KORKIS and JOHN CAWLEY (Malibu Graphics; 1991; Softcover Trade Paperback; introduction by Bill Hanna of Hanna-Barbera);

CARTOONEWS (Magazine;, Circa Mid 70's) #5,6,7-11, 13,15-18,20(1979; Art of GEOGE EVANS issue; VG $8);

CARTOON FROLIC (Fox Feature Syndicate) – 1949 (#nn)

CARTOON HEROES (PSI FI Movie Press Inc.; 1986; Softcover Trade Paperback) #1(He-Man/Thundarr/ G.I. Joe/ Robotech);

THE CARTOON HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSE (Softcover Trade Paperback;Doubleday; 1990) -

#1 (issues 1-7; 358 pages); #2 (issues 8-13; 305 pages);


CARTOON HUMOR (Better Pub. Inc.) - 1951 (volume 16 #2)


THE CARTOON AND STRIP MONTHLY (Magazine;, Artpool Prod.) #10(October/82);


CARTOONIST AND ILLUSTRATORS PORTFOLIO (Pro-Fanzine / Magazine - Catalogue of Original Art for sale; Supergraphics Pub.; 1977)

Volume One (Manitoba; 1977; Barry Windsor-SMITH-c & interior Art; Art includes; Little Nemo, Krazy Kat, James M. Flagg, Foster, Caniff, Jeff Jones, Jack Davis, Driben, Norem, Crumb, Kirby, Everett, Marvel & DC art, etc;, VF/NM, 9.0 = $39);

Volume One (Manitoba; 1977; Barry Windsor-SMITH-c & interior Art; Art includes; Little Nemo, Krazy Kat, James M. Flagg, Foster, Caniff, Jeff Jones, Jack Davis, Driben, Norem, Crumb, Kirby, Everett, Marvel & DC art, etc; VF+, 8.5 =$32);

Volume One (Manitoba; 1977; Barry Windsor-SMITH-c & interior Art; Art includes; Little Nemo, Krazy Kat, James M. Flagg, Foster, Caniff, Jeff Jones, Jack Davis, Driben, Norem, Crumb, Kirby, Everett, Marvel & DC art, etc; FN/VF, 7.0 = $24);

Volume Two (Manitoba; 1978; Berni WRIGHTSON-c; Art includes; l'il Abner, Al Capp, Frank Frazetta, Sherlock Holmes, Tarzan by Hogarth, Broom Hilda, Norem, Jeff Jones, Chaykin, Jack Davis, Barry Windsor-Smith, Steranko, Ward, Neal Adams, Star Wars, Kirby, Kiss, Spider-Man, Crumb, Marvel art, etc; VF, 8.0 = $29);

Volume Three (Manitoba; 1978; Red Sonja-c by NEAL ADAMS; Art includes; Conan by Adkins, Nebres, P. Craig Russell, Larkin, James Bama, Leialoha, Nino, George Barr, 7 pges of Barry Windsor-Smith, Fabian, Superman vs Shazam, Star Hawks by Gil Kane, Chaykin, Rozen, Druillet, Neal Adams, Steranko, etc; VF-, 7.5 = $29);

Volume Three (Manitoba; 1978; Red Sonja-c by NEAL ADAMS; Art includes; Conan by Adkins, Nebres, P. Craig Russell, Larkin, James Bama, Leialoha, Nino, George Barr, 7 pges of Barry Windsor-Smith, Fabian, Superman vs Shazam, Star Hawks by Gil Kane, Chaykin, Rozen, Druillet, Neal Adams, Steranko, etc; FN-, 5.5 = $19);



CARTOONIST PROFILES (Magazine;, Cartoonist Profiles Inc.)

#2(Spring1969; FN/VF $22), 9,11, 16, 18-31, 33-50,

#51(Muppets-c; VF $12); 52, 54,56,57,#58(1983; VF $10);

#59-61,63-67,69,72,73,76,79,82,#93(FN/VF $9), 111;


cARToon - THE CARTOON MUSEUM PUBLICATION (Magazine;) #2(Spring/ 1971), 3,4,5;

CARTOON OF THE ROARING TWENTIES (Magazine;, Fantagraphics, August/91) #1;

CARTOON QUARTERLY (Gladstone; 1988; Magazine) - #1;

CARTOON QUARTERLY #1


CAR toons; (1960-1991; CARtoons or "Car'toons"; Trend Books, Inc./ Millar / Petersen Pub; Car Humor cartoons Parody / Spoof comic Magazines) >>> See = CAR toons (Petersen Pub) / Pete Millar's DRAG Cartoons (Millar Pub) / HOT ROD CARtoons (Petersen) = Comic Magazines On Our HOME Webpage

the BEST OF CAR toons (Petersen Pub.; Humor / Parody / Spoof comic Magazines) >>> See = CAR toons (Petersen Pub) / Pete Millar's DRAG Cartoons (Millar Pub) / HOT ROD CARtoons (Petersen) = Comic Magazines On Our HOME Webpage



CARTOON FUN AND COMEDY (Humorama, Inc.; B&W Adult/Girlie Cartoons Magazine)

1975 - July(#78; partial WARD-c);

1976 - April(full WARD back-c);

1977 - October(#87; partial WARD-c);

1978 - April(#88; partial WARD-c);

1979 - October(#94; partial Wenzel-c; full WARD back-c);

1980 - July(#97; partial WARD-c; full WARD back-c);

1981 - January(#99; partial WARD-c; full WARD back-c);


CARTOONIST SHOWCASE (Magazine;, Edwin M. April Jr.) #2(May/68), 6,7,11,12;


CARTOON PARADE - LUSTY FUN AND COMEDY (Humorama, Inc.; B&W Adult/Girlie Cartoons Magazine)

1974 - October(#75; partial WARD-c);


CARTOON ROUND-UP (Mag; Round-Up Pub; 1946 ) #NN;


CARTOONS AND DRAWINGS #1 LESSON (Magazine;, Circa 1930's) #NN;


CARTOONS FROM THE EDITORS OF MAN'S MAGAZINE (Hewfred Pub.; B&W Adult/Girlie Cartoons Magazine) - 1969 - June/July (Volume 5 #2);

CAT CLAW; CAT SCRATCH FEVER; VOLUME ONE (Malibu Graphics 1991; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume One;


CAUCHEMAR ( French Mag; Les Editions De Poche; 1972) #7;


CAVALCADE CATALOG (Cavalcade Pub.; Comic) - #5.5(December 1995);

CAVEMAN (Tayyar Ozkan's; Caveman Pub. Co.) - #4(October 1998);

CAVEMAN: EVOLUTION, HECK! (NBM; 1997; Softcover Trade Paperback; by Tayyar Ozkan);

CAVEWOMAN: MISSING LINK (Basement Comics Pub.; September 1999; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

CAVEWOMAN: ORIGINAL SERIES (Basement Comics Pub.; 1996; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

CAVEWOMAN: RAIN SAGA (Caliber Comics Pub.; 1999; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

CAZCO (Magazine;, Phil Yeh, Fragments West, Fall/76) #1(G/VG $10);


CDRS (Magazine; Comic Detective Research Society) - #1 (April 1971; Dick Tracy Index; Chan 1939)

THE CELESTIAL ZONE ll (TCZ Studio; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #4 – The 12 Strong Men of the Celestial Zone (2003);


CEMETARY DANCE PRESENTS GRAVE TALES (Magazine;, Cemetary Dance Pub.) #2(May/00);

CENTRIFUGAL BUMBLE-PUPPY (Magazine;, Fantagrphics, September/87) #1-8;

A CENTURY OF WOMEN CARTOONISTS (Trina Robbins; Kitchen Sink Pub.; 1993) #NN;

CEREBUS (Aardvark Vanaheim; 1993; Softcover Trade Paperback) - #1-25;

CEREBUS: FLIGHT (Aaardvark Vaanaheim; 1993; Softcover Trade Paperback) #151-162;

CEREBUS; JAKA'S STORY (Aardvark-Vanaheim; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN (Second Print October/1990); #NN (Third Print October/1992);

CEREBUS; MELMOTH (Aardvark-Vanaheim; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN (Second Print October/1991);

CEREBUS; SWORDS OF CEREBUS (Aardvark-Vanaheim; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (First Print January/1981); Volume #1 (Fourth Print June/1985); Volume #4 (First Print Fall/1982); Volume #6 (With Supplement; First Print Fall/1984);

CERTIFIED COOL (Magazine;, Kitchen Sink, April/98) #NN;


CHACAL (Fanzine/Magazine; Nemedian Chronicles Pub. Magazine of Fantasy & SF) -

#1(1976; 60 pages; Hannes Bok, Corben, Fabian, Frazetta, C.L. Moore interview, Robert E. Howard, Reamy, Karl Edward Wagner, Waldrop; Jeff Easley-c & Portfolio);

#2(Spring/1977; 76 pages; Cadigan, Fabian, Frazetta, Robert E. Howard, Steranko, Utley, Karl Edward Wagner, Manly Wade Wellman interview, Phillipe Druillet; Jeff Easley-c; Jim Fitzpatrick Portfolio; Manitoba; VF, 8.0 = $26.00);


CHANGES BY MATT HOWARTH (Tundra; 1992; Softcover Trade Paperback);

CHAPTERS ( Comic Strips; newspaper, New Media/Irjay, 1980) #2-4;

CHARLIE'S WAR (TPB; Titan Books) #NN;

CHARLIE ( French; Mag; NMPP; Reprints Comic Strips & Original Stories); -

1972 - #45;

1973 - #49-59;

1974 - #60,64,66-71;

1975 - #72;


CHECK-UP (Magazine;, Fantagraphics, August/91) #1;

CHEEKY (UK; IPC Magazine Ltd Pub.) 1977 = (November 26);

CHERRY POPTART; THE CHERRY COLLECTION (Kitchen Sink Pub.; 1995; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - Volume I;

CHERRY POPTART; THE CHERRY COLLECITON (Kitchen Sink Pub.; 1994; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - Volume II;

CHERRY POPTART; THE CHERRY COLLECTION (Kitchen Sink; 1993; Hardcover; 1993; Limited to 1500 copies signed and numbered #319) - #NN;

the CHEQUE, MATE (Eddie Campbell; Fantagraphics Pub.; Magazine) #1(July 1992; Weight = 100 Grams; VF $8.00);

CHICAGO COMIC AND ENTERTAINMENT EXPO (Magazine) – 2012 (April 13-15; Before the Watchmen-c)


CHICAGO COMICON (Magazine;) #9(1984; 36 pages; Kirby, Milgrom, Julius Schwartz, Mike Gold, Japanese Animation; Bob Clampett tribute by Jim Engel;Superman cover by Jim Shooter = tiny image of Superman; Larry's Comic store AD by John BYRNE; Weight =75 Grams; VG/FN=$9; G/VG=$6), #18,19;


CHICAGO COMICON (1996);

CHICAGO FOLLIES (Magazine;, Chicago Fine Print Inc., 1989) #1;

CHICAGO'S GRAPHICS REVIEW (Magazine/Fanzine; Thom Morrissey Pub.) #1(March 1978; BATMAN front cover; Fantastic Four vs Galactus back-c; Interviews with Mike Gold & Don Glut; *** Articles on; Howard the Duck, Batman & X-Men; decent G/VG = $8.00);

CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT TIDE (Magazine;, Fantagraphics, March/86) #NN;

CHILDREN WITH GLUE BY SHANNON WHEELER (Blackbird Comics; 1991; Softcover Trade Paperback);


CHILLLER MONSTER TALES magazine (M.M. Pub.; Famous Monsters imitator; Photo’s & Articles; Comic-Type Pinup illos by comic artist Chic Stone)

Volume 1 #1(8/1966; 68 Pages; Frankenstein, Dracula & Giant Ant Painted-c by Chic Stone; 7 page interior Monster Gallery = Chic Stone-a; Dracula’s Guest; Monster Plants; THEM Giant Ants; House of Frankenstein; Island of Dr Moreau; Day of the Triffids; Murders in the Rue Morgue; VG = $24.00; Another Copy = ASK);


CHIMERA by Lorenzo Mattotti (Fantagraphics Books/Coconino Press; Softcover Trade Paperback Graphic Novel; European artist) VF/NM = $20.00);

THE CHIMERA BRIGADE (Titan Books; Hardcover Graphic Novel) Book One (January/2015);

CHINA SEA (Aircel Comics 1989; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN

CHO, FRANK; ILLUSTRATOR (Insight Studio Group March/2001; Softcover Trade Paperback); #NN;

CHOLLY AND FLYTRAP; CENTER CITY (Radical Pub. Inc. March/2010; Hardcover Graphic Novel with Embossed Cover) #NN;


CHRISTIE'S EAST – THE ART OF MAD AUCTION FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1992 (Trade Paperback)


CHRISTMAS CARD SERIES by Jeffrey T. Weaver (Weaver's Word of Cartooning; Santa images on all; Al Signed; Some Numbered; 50-75 each printed);

#3(2000), #4(2001), #5(2002), #6(2003), #7(2004) all VF = $5.00 each;



Chronicles of CONAN (Dark Horse pub; Trade paperback) #11(Dance of the Skull; VF/NM $16.95);


"GIDEON'S REVENGE" = 14 Pages of VERY early Pre-Pro JOHN BYRNE Art; FN $75);

CICCIOLINA (Softcover Trade Paperback, Cha Cha Comics, 1990) #NN;

CIRCUS ( French; Mag; Glenat Pub) #45 ( December/1981);

THE CISCO KID (Magazine; Street Enterprises) #1 (March/1973);

CITY IN THE DESERT; THE MONSTER PROBLEM (Archaia Ent. April/2012; Hardcover Graphic Novel) #NN;

CLASH OF THE TITANS (Softcover Trade Paperback, Golden/Western Pub., 1981) #NN;

THE CLASSICS COLLECTOR (Magazine;, Dan Malan) #9,10, 12(1/91);

CLASSICS COLLECTORS CLUB NEWSLETTER (Magazine;, Raymond S. True) #2(April/72),3,5;

CLASSICS COMIC NEWSLETTER (Magazine;, Jim Sands, February/75) #1;

CLASSIC PIN-UP ART OF JACK COLE (2004; Hardcover Cartoon Art Book; Fantagraphics Pub) VF/NM = $20.00;


THE CLASSICS READER (Magazine;, Jim Sands, February/75) #1-4,6;

CLASSICS DESECRATED (Softcover Trade Paperback, NBM Pub. Inc. 1995) #NN;


CLASSIC STAR WARS - Trade Paperbacks = See “STAR WARS”;

CLA$$WAR; COLLECTED EDITION ISSUES #1 TO #3 (Com.x Pub. July/2003; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

THE CLEANERS (Dark Horse Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 – Absent Bodies (January/2010);

THE CLOCKWORK GIRL (Arcana Studios 2011; Hardcover with Dust Jacket Graphic Novel) #NN;

CLOUDBURST (Image Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (June/2004);


CLOWNS ON THE ROAD (Eyre Methuen Ltd.; Trade Paperback; 1974) - #NN;

CLUB ZERO-G (The Disinformation Company/Mad Yak Press 2004; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

COBALT 60 (Magazine;, Tundra Pub.) (1992) #3;

COCO (Softcover Trade Paperback, Cha Cha Comics, 1991) #NN;


COLD CUT PRIME (Magazine; Cold Cut Distribution) – 1999 (Fall / Winter; Tintin Turns 70)

*** 2000 (Spring / Summer; Books About Comics); #44 (Bullentin; The Metabarons)


COLIN UPTON'S BIG THING (Magazine;, Ed Varney, May/90) #NN;

COLIN UPTON'S OTHER BIG THING (Fantagraphics Pub.) - #1(March 1991);


COLLECTED JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR - (TwoMorrows pub; Cover price $24.95 to Cover price $29.95) -- #6(2008; Galactus & Silver Surfer-c; $29.95-c; 292 pages including Covers; Jack Kirby Collector #23-26-r; VF/NM = $29.00);


COLLECTION CHICK BILL ( French; TPB; Tibet) #NN ( Le Captif D'E Closh), NN ( Tempete Rose);

COLLECTOR'S BOOK STORE (Magazine;, 1/72) #NN(1), NN(2);


COLLECTOR'S DELIGHT (Newspaper, July/81) #1;

COLLECTOR'S DREAM (Magazine;, G&T Enterprises, George Olshevsky pub, Circa Late '70's)#1,2, #3(1977; New Crew / characters-c by Stacy; George Olshevsky-s; Spider-Man; Continuity Conundrums; Joe Krolik-s; Murray Ward-s; Don Rosa, Pertwilla by Papers); #4,5;



Collector's Guide to Monster, Science Fiction and Fantasy Film Magazines (#1) by Bob Michelucci (ISBN: #0-911137-06-8; Imagine, Inc., 2/1988., Pittsburgh, PA, USA; 1988. 6 x 9" Trade Paperback. First Edition. 216 pages; Jack DAVIS Cover;. Perhaps the most Important Early Price Guide on Monster Mags; Includes :Listings for; Castle of Frankenstein, Cinefantastique, Cinefex, Cinemagic, Famous Monsters of Filmland, Fangoria, Fantastic Films, Future, Monster Times, Monster World, Prevue, Screen Thrills, Spacemen, Starburst, Starlog & MANY More mags; Nearly 200 pages of Cover PHOTO's, including 8 pages of Color Plates; VF+, 8.5=$79; FN/VF=$59);


COLLECTOR'S PRESS (Magazine;, Spring/01) #NN;

COLLECTOR'S SLAVE (Magazine;, Greg Harder, Circa Mid 90's) #NN;

COLLEGE HUMOR AND SENSE ( Magazine; ?) - CIRCA 1933)


COLLEGE LAUGHS (Candar Pub.; B&W Adult/Girlie Cartoons Magazine) -

1960 - February (#22);

1963 ( May);

1964 - (July), (August); ( October);


COLLIER'S (Magazine;, Fantagraphics) #1, 3(May/94);

THE COLONISTS (Magazine;, Johnny Robinson, 1980) #1;

COMANCHE MOON (Rip Off Press/ Last Gasp Pub.; Trade paperback; 1979) - #NN;

COMBO (Century Pub. Co., February/95) #1-34,36;

COMEDY (Magazine;, Trite Expectations Inc., Summer/80) #1,2;


COMICS ARENA (Magazine;, July/92) #1;


COMIC ART OF CANADIAN COMIC ARTIST KENNY MORAN (K.C. Comics / Kenny Moran Pub; B&W; Color cover; Canadian Underground Comics Magazine from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; 8-1/2"x11"; 156 Pages including covers, with two-sided pages including Loose Certificate of Authenticity)

#NN (#2; 9/2006; Featuring ELF the Barbarian in his search for Valiria; Swamp Woman story; Cheyenne the Cimmerian in Land of Bone; Sonya Fox; Skin vs Bone; Limited Edition of only 26 Lettered Copies, Signed by publisher Kenny Moran; Unread, As New, just as we received direct from publisher = US$45.00);


COMIC ART CONVENTION Program Book (Trade Paperback Fanzines; New York; Phil Seuling; 1971-1976=5-1/2"x8-1/2"; 1977=8-1/2"x11" );

1971 (Roundbound; (STERANKO-c; 64 pages; *** Includes; Jim Steranko, Gardner Fox, James Warren; *** AND with ; Bill Everett & Joe Kubert interviewed by Neal Adams & Gil Kane; *** Portfolio of Pinup page art with; Gil Kane, Kaluta, Kenneth Smith, Jeff Jones, Buckler, Chaykin, Brunner, Morrow, Williamson, Frazetta; SCARCE; SOLD OUT );

1972 (Squarebound; Classic Jose Gonzalez VAMPIRELLA color painted cover; 100 pages; Guests of honor were Kirby, Sagendorf and Toth; *** Includes; Gardner Fox and Jim Steranko, and two pages of Warren Magazine's Dubious Achievement Awards. 6 page tribute to Kirby by Denny O'Neil, Popeye, Alex Toth, Gil Kane, Brunner; VF/NM, 9.0 = $49; VF+, 8.5 = $44; VF =US$39);

1974 (Squarebound; GA CAPTAIN AMERICA prototype Cover Art by Joe Simon; Luncheon Talks with CC Beck, Gil Kane & Russ Heath; articles and art on Roy Thomas, Will Eisner, Frank Robbins, Shadow, Johnny Hazard, Severin, Cockrum, Morrow, Wally Wood, Joe Simon, Little Annie Fannie; SOLD OUT );

1975 (Squarebound; 84 pages; Color Jack Kirby Silver Surfer cover. Art by Kirby, Chaykin, etc; *** interviews with; Kirby and Barry Windsor-Smith, Stan Lee, Roy Thomas, Joe Simon, lots of photos.; Nice Vaughn Bode Cheech Wizard pinup done especially for this book; SOLD OUT);

1977 (Squarebound; 8-1/2"x11" Larger Size; 100 pages; Color SWAMP THING cover by BERNI WRIGHTSON; 10th Anniversary edition; Features Guests; John Stanley, Bernie Wrightson and Frank Thorne; One page ART each by; Alex Toth, Jack Kirby, Jeff Jones, Spider-Man by Romita Sr, Gil Kane, 13 Super-Heroine page by Staton, KULL by Severin, Marshall Rogers, Kline, 2pgs Flash Gorden by Morrow, Brunner, Neal Adams; Manitoba; VF+, 8.5 = $40.00; VF-, 7.5 = $30.00);

1977 (Squarebound; 8-1/2"x11" Larger Size; 100 pages; Color SWAMP THING cover by BERNI WRIGHTSON; 10th Anniversary edition; Features Guests; John Stanley, Bernie Wrightson and Frank Thorne; One page ART each by; Alex Toth, Jack Kirby, Jeff Jones, Spider-Man by Romita Sr, Gil Kane, 13 Super-Heroine page by Staton, KULL by Severin, Marshall Rogers, Kline, 2pgs Flash Gorden by Morrow, Brunner, Neal Adams; G/VG = $16.00);

1978 (8-1/2"x11"; 68 pages; CON Guests with Art; Barry Windsor-Smith-c; Mike KALUTA, Berni WRIGHTSON; Jeff JONES; Roy Thomas, Trina Robbins, Phillipe Drullet, Jim STERANKO; Pinup art by; Barr, John BYRNE, Corben, Larson, Austin & Kirby; Manitoba; VF/NM, 9.0 = $33.00);


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COMIC ART NEWS AND REVIEWS – CANAR (Newsletter Magazine/ Comics Fanzine of Opinion & Fact; mostly text; John Balge Pub.; Kitchener, Ontario, Canada; Articles by; DAVE SIM, John Balge & Richard Seiler, etc)

#1 (9/1972; 8 pages; Back Alley Report = Article by DAVE SIM; Folded, VG = $39.00);

#21/22 ( May-June/1974; 16 pages; Gene Day cover art; The Publisher of Warren = 8 Page All-New Comics with Art by DAVE SIM; Interview with BERNI WRIGHTSON = 4-1/2 Pages; VG/FN = $49.00);

#23 (7/1974; Volume-2 #11; Cover and Inside Front Cover Art by DAVE SIM; Back cover art by Gene Day; 8 Pages; Will EISNER interview; FN/VF = $39.00);

#26/27/28 (10-11-12/1974; Triple Number; 24 Pages; ½ Page BEAVER Ad with illo by DAVE SIM; ¾ page Review of Star Reach #1 by DAVE SIM; ¾ page article = Gene Colan: Comic Book Artist; Will Eisner: Refiner of the Medium = 2 page article by DAVE SIM; The Demise of Skywald = 2 Page Article by DAVE SIM, includes Hewetson interview; Adrian DINGLE 1911-1974 = 4 page Memorial article with illos of the Golden Age Canadian Comic Pioneer; Mark Evanier Interview; The Company Man = 1 page Comics  with Art by DAVE SIM; Back cover art by Gene Day; FN = $49.00);

#29 (1/1975; Front cover art by Gene Day; Skywald Pubs 1970-1975 = Back cover art by Gene Day; 8 pages; 3 page RUSS HEATH interview by DAVE SIM; The Last Days of Skywald = 3 Pages All-New Comics with Art by DAVE SIM and Gene Day; FN/VF = $39.00);


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THE COMIC ARTIST (Magazine;, Joe Celko and Lamar Blaylock, 1969) #1-3;


COMIC ART SHOWCASE (Magazine;, Quality Comic Art Prod., 1980; Weight = 175 Grams each) #6( BUZ SAWYER Book-2; VG $8);


COMIC BOOK (Magazine;, A.James Hanley) #1(1966), NN, #6(1974);

COMIC BOOK (Dark Horse/ Spumco; 1996; Magazine) Volume 1 (#1; #2; #3);


COMIC BOOK ARTIST (Top Shelf Prod.; July/2003) - #1(Neal Adams Front Cover); #3 (Front cover by Darwyn Cooke); #5 ( Front cover by Howard Chaykin);


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COMIC BOOK ARTIST (Magazine;, Two Morrows; #1-4 = Have ALTER EGO on Flip side; Weight for Postage = 250 Grams EACH);

#1 (5/1998 – Spring issue; BATMAN cover by Neal Adams; DC Comics 1967-1974; ** Flip Side has ALTER EGO Volume-2#1 with Hawkman by Kubert; VF = $25.00);

#2 (6/1998; Marvel's 2nd Wave 1970-77 Conan to X-Men; Everett, Kane, Windsor-Smith, Starlin, Ploog, Steranko; ALTER EGO on Flip side; VF $18);

#5(Summer/1999; DC Comoics 1967 - 1974);

#6 (11/1999; Marvel Bullpen: 1970-77; Dr. Strange battling Man-Thing-c by Frank Brunner; Paul Gulacy, Frank Brunner, P. Craig Russell, Marie & John Severin, John Romita Sr., Dave Cockrum, Don McGregor, Doug Moench; unpublished Master of Kung-Fu GN by Gulacy; VF $12);

#7 (5/2000; Comics of the 1970's; Marvelmania; Paul Gulacy-c/a; John Byrne, Rich Buckler, Doug Moench, Dan Adkins, Jim Mooney, Steve Gerber, Frank Springer, and Denis Kitchen; 1960s Marvel cartoons; VF $12);

#8 (5/2000; Nexus);

#9 (8/2000; the Charlton story-c/s; Alan Moore, Pat Boyette, Morisi, Giordano, Gill, Aparo, Franz, Glanzman; VF $12);

#10 (10/2000; Double Issue; Old Gods & New: THOR-c; Walter Simonson-c/a; Orion / New Gods; John Workman interview; Women & Comics; Trina Robbins interview; Ramona Fradon, Marie Severin, Hillary Terry, Mary Fleener; Go Girl; VF $12);

#11 (1/2001; Sugar & Spike-c/s; Sheldom mayer; Alex TOTH; VF $10);

#12 (3/2001; Charlton Comics of the 1970's; Joe Staton cover-c; John Byrne, Mike Zeck, Joe Staton, Tom Sutton, Nicola Cuti, George Wildman, Warren Sattler, Keller, Don Newton; E-Man comic strip; VF $10);

#13 (5/2001; Marvel Horrorshow-c/s; Marv Wolfman, Gene Colan, Tom Palmer, & John Costanza; Tomb of Dracula-c/s; Marv Wolfman, Roy Thomas, Gary Friedrich, Don Perlin, Pablo Marcos, Tony Isabella, Herb Trimpe; Son of Satan, Ghost Rider, Man-Thing, Werewolf By Night; Horror anthologies, Tower of Shadows & Chamber of Darkness; VF $12);

#14 (7/2001; Tower Comics; T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents-c/s; Wally Wood, Al Williamson, Len Brown, George Tuska, Larry Ivie, Russ Jones, Mike Esposito, Steve Ditko, Reed Crandall, Gil Kane, Manny Stallman, Mike Sekowsky, Ogden Whitney, Chic Stone; Mighty Comics, C.C. Beck - Fatman;; VF $10);

#15 (Love & Rockets / Rocketeer-c/s; Dave Stevens, Hernandez Brothers, Motter, Wagner, Rivoche, Plunkett; VF $10);

#16 (12/2001;

Atlas-Seaboard Comics story-c/s; Brute, Destructor, Phoenix, Planet of the Vampires, Wulf; Martin Goodman, Jeff Rovin, Howard Chaykin, Sal Amendola, Larry Hama, Pat Broderick, Ernie Colon, Gray Morrow; Red Circle / Archie comics = Sorcery, Madhouse, Super Cops; VF $10);

#17 (1/2002; Arthur Adams-c/a; Monkeyman; Longshot; America's Best Comics; George Evans, George Roussos, Everett Raymond Kinstler; VF $10);

#18(2/2002; VF=$9); #19(6/2002; VF=$9); #20(7/2002; VF=$9);

#22(10/2002; VF=$9); #23(12/2002; VF=$9); #24(4/2003; VF=$9); #25(6/2003; VF=$9);

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Volume 1 Collection ( TPB; 2000);

Volume 3 Collection ( TPB; 2005);


COMIC BOOK ARTIST SPECIAL EDITION (Magazine;; Two Morrows Pub.) #1(December/1999; Weight for Postage = 150 Grams; Kirby, Toth, Wrightson, Adams; sold out);


COMIC BOOK COLLECTING (Magazine;, Overstreet Pub.) #NN(1985), #NN(1987);

COMIC BOOK COLLECTOR (Magazine;, Century Pub. Co., 1/93) #1-6,8-11,14,15,19-21,23.24;

COMIC BOOK EXPO '97(Magazine;; Comic-Con International Pub.) #NN(1997);


(COMIC BOOK MARKETPLACE) OVERSTREET'S COMIC BOOK MARKETPLACE - CBM (2011; Comic Sized Fanzine/Magazine; Gemstone Pub)

#1 (Spring/2011; $3.99-c; features cover of Scorpion #1 by CHAYKIN; 36 pages; Special ATLAS-SEABOARD & Return of ATLAS Comics Issue; includes Color Cover Gallery of all 72 Comics & Mags from 1974-75 by this Publisher; Synopsis of each series; Overview of Atlas-Marvel; News on the Return of ATLAS; VF/NM = $5.00);

#1 (Spring/2011; $6.99-c; All-New VARIANT cover of Scorpion & Girl in the Arms of a Zombie by CHAYKIN; 36 pages; Special ATLAS-SEABOARD & Return of ATLAS Comics Issue; includes Color Cover Gallery of all 72 Comics & Mags from 1974-75 by this Publisher; Synopsis of each series; Overview of Atlas-Marvel; News on the Return of ATLAS; VF/NM = $9.00);


COMIC BOOK MARKETPLACE - CBM (3/1991 thru 5/2005; Fanzine/Magazine; Gemstone Pub; see also Overstreet Advanced Collector) ; **** #1-21 = all are Low Print & are all SCARCE; #22 (New FORMAT Begins); >>> (WEIGHT for Postage; #22-27= 175 Grams each; #75 & Special issues #2-4=350 Grams each; #28-74,76-108=250 Grams each);

#1 (3/1991; 56 pages; Softcovers; Rare Adzine issue = all Ads issue; Gary carter begins as editor; VF $150);

#2 (1991; 80 pages; Adventures into Weird Worlds by Pat S. Calhoun begins; Mile High Pedigree; CBM Forum on the Rarest Marvels in High Grade; CBM spotlight on Jerry Weist; Letters to the editor begins; Sleepers - Undervalued Golden Age; SOLD OUT );

#3 (1991; First COLOR cover; Grave Tales / Horror-c; 80 pages; Adventures into Weird Worlds by Pat S. Calhoun; Article about Another Rainbow pub; Rarity & demand of Showcase #1-40; Mile High Pedigree; Sleepers - Undervalued GA; Bill Magazines EC Time Vault is Opened; CBM spotlight on Bruce Hamilton; When was the Silver Age? SOLD OUT);

#4 (1991 Special Edition San Diego Comic Con; Undervalued DC; Amazing Funny Mystery of Centaur Comics; Adventures into Weird Worlds by Pat S. Calhoun; Mile High Pedigree; CBM spotlight on Tom French; Fandom Zone; Comic Flakes; Mailing to Foreign Countries by Bill Cole; GA Sleepers; SOLD OUT);

#5 (9/1991; Alex SCHOMBURG Cover & Article; San Diego Comic Con; Sil;ver Age was when? Ted Vanliew; Pat S. Calhoun; Fandom Zone; SA Survey; Mile High Pedigree; CBM spotlight on James Payette; Sleepers; Esoterika; SOLD OUT);

#6 (10/1991; BATMAN #1-c; Comic Book Restoration by Susan Cicconi, Roter & Reznik; Julie Schwartz; San Diego Comic Con; Michael Naiman; SOLD OUT);

#7 (11/1991; Bethlehem Collection; Silver Age Keys-c; Funding Retirement with Comics; Romance Comics by Michelle Nolan; J'onn J'onzz Martian manhunter; Spotlight on Dr Joe Dungan; SOLD OUT);

#8 (12/1991; Superman statue-c; Comic Character Memorabilia by John Snyder; Comics Magazine co; Collectible Ups & Downs by Michael Naiman; Story behind the Ads; Obscure Genre; SOLD OUT);

#9 (1/1992; HIT #5-c; LOU FINE; Spider-Man Soaps by Tony Starks; Market Reports; SOLD OUT);

#10 (2/1992; Fredric Wertham Seduction of the Innocent-c & Article; Southeby's Auction report & Scrapbook; Mint Junkie; SOLD OUT);


#11 (3/1992; the 50 Rarest Golden Age Comics issue; WOW comics magazine; CBM 1st Anniversary issue; LOST comics of the 70's by Tony Starks; Market Reports; Spotlight on Sean Linkenback; SOLD OUT);

#12 (4/1992; Origin of the SHADOW cover & Article; Collecting Dick Tracy by Shel Dorf; Comic Character Memorabilia Price Update by John Snyder; Seduction of the Innocent paert-II by Michael Naiman; Scarcity of GA DC's; NOT in the Guide; Men of Mystery; SOLD OUT);


#13 (5/1992; First 1,000 Comics in History; American comics in Britain; Scarcity of GA DC's; LOST comics of the 70's by Tony Starks; Southeby's Auction update by Weist; SOLD OUT);

#14 (6/1992; Brave & Bold Special issue; Classics illustrated & the mysterious HRN; Scarcity of GA DC's; Forgotten Funny Animals of the 1950's; SOLD OUT);

#15 (7/1992; GA's Mr Sandman, Craig Flessel-c, Interview & Article; Adventure #44/Detective #1-c; Congo Bill; LOST comics of the 70's by Tony Starks; DC's SA Sci-Fi; SOLD OUT);

#16 (8/1992; Fantastic Four-c & Article; Farewell to Bill Gaines-s; TUROK Son of Stone; Overstreet #1 revisited; VG/FN, with Mailing Label = $15);

#17 (9/1992; GA BATMAN before Robin-c & Article; Batman Serial; Batman Cereal Boxes & Premiums; Chamber of Chills; SOLD OUT);


#18 (10/1992; Basil WOLVERTON-c, Interview & Article; Superman under the red Sun; 1992 San Diego Con; Spotlight on Howard Rogofsky; Grading Guide; FN/VF = $33);

#19 (11/1992; ENEMY ACE-c & Article; Wrath of the CODE; Sports Comics by Michelle Nolan; VF=$39; VG/FN=$25);

#20 (12/1992; HANNA-BARBERA COMICS-c & Article by Gary Carter & Michael Naiman; Interview with Joe Barbera; Memorabila Prices; Unknown BATMAN in Star Spangled; Love & Death; Legal battles over ownership of Superman; VF+ $39);

#21 (1-2/1993; Jack KIRBY Monsters-c & Article; Charlie Chan; PEZ Collectibles; Crime comics; Jack Burnley interview; NY Worlds Fair 1940; Marvel comics #1; Popeye Movie Posters; SOLD OUT);

#22 (3/1995; Submariner-c; Gustavson, DC 100 pagers, Hit Stuff, Out of the Night; Marvelman; Top 25 GA Keys; VF/NM=$25; VF=$20; FN=$14; VG=$10);

#23 (Virgil Finlay-c; Flash, Wonder Woman, Dr 13, Archie; SOLD OUT);

#24 (6/1995; SPIDER-MAN-c; Silver age SPIDER-MAN Special Issue; John Romita Sr, Star Trek Animated; Archie, Disney Ducks, Timely; FN/VF=$24; FN=$19);

#25 (7/1995; Phantom Lady-c/s; Worlds of Fear; Price Guide for Price Guides; Favorite covers; VF=$29);

#26 (8/1995; Timely Superheroes-c; Alex Schomburg-c & article; Detective Chimp; Stumbo; Blue Streak; Superman; VF=$29);

#27 (9/1995; Timely's WITNESS-c; Junior Woodchucks; Captain Marvel vs Capt Nazi; Green Lantern; Human Meteor; FN/VF=$24);

#28 (10/1995; STERANKO cover & Returns, Special Issue; SHADOW-c; Bakshi & Dave Stevens on Steranko; Shadow Pulps; FN+ $22);

#29 (11/1995; Casper-c; Harvey Horror; In Defense of Dr Wertham; Fiction House's "Ghost"; Comics Code; Sensation;Halloween comics; SOLD OUT);

#30 (12/1995; L.B. Cole cover, art, article & interview; GA "Suspense" comics; Archie's FLY; Miracle comics; Siegel's Spider; NM $35)

#31 (1/1996; GA Daredevil vs Claw-c; GA One-Shots; Tuska interview; Lex Luthor; anti HITLER comics; Yellow Claw; Scrooge Villians; FN=$16);

#32 (2/1996; HAWKMAN-c; Forum on Pedigree Comics; Larson collection; ACG Chronicles; Strange Worlds; Murphy Anderson interview; NM = $30);

#33 (3/1996; Catman-c by L.B. Cole; GA Last issues; Eisenberg interview; Crash comics; Startling Terror Tales; Marvel-Mania memorabilia; Mystery Men; NM = $30);

#34 (4/1996; Batman & Robin-c; Edgar A. Poe comics; Teen Age comics; Dick Sprang; Gyro Gearloose; Mickey & Donald; Carl Barks; Sci-Fi Batman; NM- = $30);

#35 (Photo-c; Square-Bound Giants; 1950's Super-Heroes; Funnyman; Roy Thomas interview; UK's 1939 Superman; Josie & the Pussycats; VF/NM = $26);

#36 (Detective Dan-c/s; Legendary Lovers comics; Baseball comics; Rulah; Superman of 1933-42; Robert Bell interview; M.C.;Gaines; VF=$20);

#37 (7/1996; Bondage cover Variant; Journey into Unknown Worlds; 50's Sci-Fi comics; Star Trek & Star Wars animated; Terrific comics; Adam Strange; NM=$24);

#37 (7/1996; 1950's Sci-Fi Comics cover Variant; Journey into Unknown Worlds; 50's Sci-Fi comics; Star Trek & Star Wars animated; Terrific comics; Adam Strange; VF = $20);

#38 (8/1996; SPIRIT-c; WILL EISNER issue; Superman's Mole Man; MARVEL Comics SA to BA; Brave & Bold Team-Ups; SOLD OUT;

#39 (9/1996; Murphy Anderson-c; Joe Sinnot; Black Condor; Lou Fine; Will Eisner; Decoder rings; Electrocution covers; Venus comics;SOLD OUT;

#40 (10/1996 SCARCE issue due to HIGH Demand; Spectre & Deadman-c by Adams; NEAL ADAMS the DC Years & special issue; Donald Duck dailies; Dim-Dame comics; SOLD OUT);

#41 (11/1996; HORROR-c by Frank FRAZETTA; HORROR issue; Pre-Code; EC; PHANTOM; Dark Mansion of Forbidden Love; Frazett's Ghost Rider;SOLD OUT);

#42 (12/1996; Joe Kubert; Tarzan; Bugs Bunny; 50 Top comics of 1996 & 1997; SOLD OUT);

#43 (1/1997; GA Batman, Robin & Superman-c; Comic Heroes go to the Movies; GA Capt Marvel, Green Hornet, Capt America; Uncle Scrooge #179; L.B. Cole; VF+ = $20);

#44 (2/1997; the Amazing World of WALLY WOOD; Fawcett Horror & Westerns; Atlas' Amazing Fantasy #1-15, & 16?; Marvel Pulps; VF $18);

#45 (3/1997; JLA / Justice League of America-c & special issue; GA Canadian "Whites" Comic; VF/NM = $20);

#46 (4/1997; ATOM AGE Comics; ATOMIC Genre; Amazing Man; Atomic Animals; re-Code Horror; Jack Abel; VF $18);

#47 (5/1997; Haunted Tank-c & article; Russ Heath-c/a & Interview; Johnny bDynamite; Capt Storm & Johnny Cloud; Big-5 DC WAR; VF+ = $20);

#48 (6/1997; Uncle Sam-c; Nick Cardy; Strange Sports Stories; Joe Schuster; NATIONAL Comics; Time Machine; Uncle Scrooge chronology; VF/NM = $20);

#49 (Batman & Robin-c & special issue; Jim Aparo; Bob Kane; in Star Spangled; UK Batman books; VF=$17; FN/VF=$14);

#50 (8/1997; 50th Anniversary issue; Sci-Fi-c; Julie Schwartz part-1; Capt Comet; Big Bang Therory of Comics; NM=$24; VF/NM=$20; VF=$17);

#51 (9/1997; Al Wiliamson-c, interview, art & article; Julius Schwartz Part-2; Prince Valiant; 35 cents Marvel Variants; VF/NM=$20; VF=$16);

#52 (10/1997; Archie, Jughead, Betty Veronica cover by Dan DeCarlo; JSA / No Girls allowed; Golden Girls; Lesser know ARCHIE Titles; Inside story on ARCHIE & Friends; Archie & MLJ Cover Gallery; Julius Schwartz Part-3; Premium Rings; Midnight Mystery – ACG; Bad Strange & Sleazy = 4 pages on FOX's GGA from Jungle Teens to Sexy Teens; VF/NM=$20; VF=$16);

#53 (11/1997; Halloween issue; SKULL cover; Pre-Code Horror; Spicy Pulps;; Witches Tales; Dr Occult; Al Feldstein, George Evans; DC roots & Donenfeld; Lorna Jungle Girl; DC's New Fun; VF=$16; FN/VF=$13);

#54 (12/1997; Captain America vs Daredevil-c by KIRBY; Jean Frisano; Spider-Mobile; Spider-Man Super-Villians of Stan Lee & Ditko; GA Captain America ; Daredevil; Super-DC Giant; VF=$16; FN/VF=$13; G=$9);

#55 (1/1998; Captain Marvel Junior-c; Fawcett Super-Heroes; Superman vs Capt Marvel legal battles; Mac Raboy; Skywald Horror comic mags; 30 cent Marvel Price Variants; Uncle Scrooge McDuck; Tarzan; Romance Mysteries; VF $16);

#56 (2/1998; SHADOW painted-c by Mike KALUTA; Shadow article; Green Arrow to Batmna - Denny O'Neil; NEAL ADAMS - the DC Years; VF $18);

#57 (3/1998; LEGION of Super-Heroes-c; Legion article; Superman family & Curt Swan; Investing in EC; Fiction House Pulps; Alex Schomburg; GA Costumed Hero One-Shots; VF $16);

#58 (4/1998; Space Family Robinson - Lost in Space painted-c; Australian comics; Mort Weisinger; Lost in Space; Basil Wolverton; Calling All Girls – Miss America comics; VF $16);

#59 (5/1998; Jimmy Olsen illustrated cover; The Strange Lives of Jimmy Olsen & Lois Lane; Plus Kurt Schaffenberger DC & ACG Legend; VF=$16);

#60 (6/1998; Planet Comics; Quality's Blackhawk; Reed Crandall; GA Captain America Annual; 50's Last issues; Western comics; VF=$16);

#61 (7/1998; Stan Lee photo & Marvel Superheroes cover. Lee interview & Article; Spider-Man, Human Torch; Romance comics; VF = $20);

#62 (8/1998; Fighting American-c by Simon & KIRBY; Fighting American article; Joe Simon interview; Carl Barks discovery;Dobie Gillis; Star Studded; Pre-Code Atlas creatures; Female fables; VF $15);

#63 (10/1998; GA Superman FLAG-c; Superman 60 Years Special issue; Wayne Boring; UK Superman Annuals; VF $15);

#64 (11/1998; X-MEN cover & article; Doom Patrol; Neal Adams; Mr Fanzine - Bill Schelly; Fanzines article; Lou Cameron; Robotman; VF $14);

#65 (12/1998; Pre-Code CRIME-c & Article; Simon & Kirby; Bob Kane interview; 1944's "the Case against Comics"; Pat Boyette Charlton's; Airboy; VF $14);

#66 (1/1999; Will Eisner SPIRIT spanking cover; Women of Spirit; Batman & Raven; MAD & Kelly Freas; Marvel Price Variants; Andre LeBlanc; VF $14);

#67 (3/1999; SPIDER-MAN cover; Gwen Stacy Murder case; Romita-c/a; Mark Evanier fan hero; 1956 comics; Duck stamps; VF=$16; FN/VF=$13);

#68 (5/1993; POTA - Planet of the Apes-c & articles; Flash vs Grodd; Blackhawk - Chuck Cuidera interview; Congorilla; VF $14);

#69 (7/1999; JSA-c; Justice League & Justice Society; All-Star; Silver Age & Bronze Age DC Giants; GA Green Lantern; VF=$15; FN/VF=$12);

#70 (8/1999; BATMAN & Robin cover by Neal Adams; BATMAN special issue; Jerry Robinson; Neal Adams; Adam West TV; VF=$15; VG=$8);

#71 (9/1999; GA Superman-c; DC Ashcans; Lamont Larson pedigree story; Swedish Superman comics; Treasuries, Spirit Sections & fireside books; Marvel & DC Bronze Age implosion; Atom prototype; VF $13);

#72 (10/1999; Iron Man & Sub-Mariner-c; Pre-Hero Marvel; Larry Leiber; Human Torch; Uncanny Tales; Do they exist?; VF $13);

#73 (11/1999; Eerie, Creepy, Vampirella-c; Jim Warren; DC's Showcase; Superior Horror comics; Spokane pedigree story; Larry Leiber; Matt Baker - It Rhymes with Lust; VF=$13);

#74 (12/1999; GA Green Lantern-c, flip-c, with SA Green Lantern-c; Green Lantern issue; Special GIL KANE issue & interview; Kane on KIRBY; VF=$13; FN/VF=$11);

#75 (1/2000; Giant Squarebound 75th Anniversary issue; Infantino-c & Article; Space Museum; Adam Strange; Esoteric Oddities; Regular edition, VF = $14);

#75 (1/2000; Giant Squarebound 75th Anniversary issue; Infantino-c & Article; Space Museum; Adam Strange; Esoteric Oddities; ERROR edition, with pages 2/3,6/7,10/11,14/15 all printed as BLANK; SCARCE Variant?; VF $10);

#76 (3/2000; Rocky & Bullwinkle-c; Edgar Allan Poe comics; Basil Wolverton; Red Ryder; UK Superboy Annuals; Quality Romance; VF $12);

#77 (4/2000; Atlas-Seaboard cover & Special issue; Shelly Moldoff & EC; Irv Novick interview; Capt Marvel; ACG love comics; VF $14);

#78 (5/2000; Wonder Woman-c & Articles; Andru & Esposito; Suicide Squad; Mary Marvel; VF $15);

#79 (6/2000; Blue Beetle-c & article; Fred Guardineer interview; True Crime Mags; Captain Action; VF $12);

#80 (8/2000; EC Comics 50th Anniversary Special issue; 96 page EC Tribute; Ingels, Kamen, Gaines, Davis, Craig, Feldstein, Kurtzman;SOLD OUT;

#81 (9/2000; Doctor Strange-c/s; Iron Man, Ant-Man, Peter Parker; SA Marvel; Marvel Giants; Maneely; VF $12);

#82 (10/2000; Carl Barks photo-c, articles & memorial issue; Flip-c with Two-Gun Kid by Kirby; Marvel & Atlas Westerns issue; UK Buffalo Bill annuals; Indian Chief; Lone Ranger; VF=$14; FN/VF=$11);

#83 (11/2000; MAGNUS Robot Fighter-c; Saturn Girl, Twilight Zone; Magnus; Plastic Man; Dennis O'Neal interview; VF $12);

#84-A (8/2001; Spider-Man by John ROMITA cover VARIANT; Bronze Age DITKO; Gray Morrow; Homer the Happy Ghost; Spider-Man #1's; Spider-Man comic strips;Brainiac; Romita Sr interview; VF=$15; VG=$8);

#84-B (8/2001; FANTASY cover VARIANT by Steve DITKO; Bronze Age DITKO; Gray Morrow; Homer the Happy Ghost; Spider-Man #1's; Spider-Man comic strips;Brainiac; Romita Sr interview; VF $12);

#84-C (the Terrans by Gray Morrow cover VARIANT; Bronze Age DITKO; Gray Morrow; Homer the Happy Ghost; Spider-Man #1's; Spider-Man comic strips;Brainiac; Romita Sr interview; VF $12);

#85-A (10/2001; SPIRIT cover VARIANT #2 = Spirit up to his waist wearing a suit jacket & vest with a red tie (illustrated); Eisner interview; WHITMAN mystery solved; Frazetta museum; Russ Manning; Jack Adler collection; Robert Turner - Pulps connection; VF=$14; FN=$9);

#85-B (9/2001; SPIRIT cover VARIANT #1 = Spirit's face wearing a blue hat & mask (illustrated ); Eisner interview; WHITMAN mystery solved; Frazetta museum; Russ Manning; Jack Adler collection; Robert Turner - Pulps connection; VF=$14; FN=$9);

#86 (Perez-c; George PEREZ interview; WHITMAN mystery solved; Frazetta; Coming of Bronze Age; VF $12);

#87-A (11/2001; EC Aces High cover VARIANT & article; George Evans interview & Memorial; Don McGregor of Detectives Inc; STERANKO interview; VF $12);

#87-B (11/2001; EC Man strangling Woman in Boat cover VARIANT; EC Comics article; George Evans interview & Memorial; Don McGregor of Detectives Inc; STERANKO interview; VF $12);

#87-C (11/2001; Detectives Inc cover VARIANT; EC Comics article; George Evans interview & Memorial; Don McGregor of Detectives Inc; STERANKO interview; VF $12);

#88-A (12/2001; Hawkman cover VARIANT; Rudolph; Frazetta; Murphy Anderson; VF $12);

#88-B (12/2001; Plastic Man cover VARIANT; Rudolph; Frazetta; Murphy Anderson; VF $12);

#89-A (2/2002; Tarzan/Prince Valiant cover by Hal Foster VARIANT; Hal Foster issue; Perez; Frazetta; Frank Cho; VF $12);

#89-B (2/2002; Liberty Meadows cover by Frank Cho VARIANT; Hal Foster issue; Perez; Frazetta; Frank Cho; VF $12);

#90-A (4/2002; Captain America cover VARIANT; Bob Lubbers interview; Frank Miller; Perez; VF=$11; FN/VF $9);

#90-B (4/2002; Superman FLAG cover VARIANT; Bob Lubbers interview; Frank Miller; Perez; FN/VF $9);

#90-C (4/2002; BATMAN cover VARIANT; Bob Lubbers interview; Frank Miller; Perez; VF $12);

#91-A (5/2002; EC - ZOMBIE cover; Johnny Craig special issue; EC cover & related; VF $12);

#91-B (5/2002; EC – AXE in HEAD cover; Johnny Craig special issue; EC cover & related; VF $12);

#92-A (7/2002; SGT ROCK cover by Joe Kubert VARIANT; VF $12);

#92-B (7/2002; HAWKMAN cover by Joe Kubert VARIANT; FN/VF $12);

#93-A (8/2002; Flash Gordon-c by Alex Raymond & special issue; VF $12);

#93-B (8/2002; DP INC-c by Marc Hempel; Alex Raymond special issue; FN/VF $10);

#94-A (9/2002; SPECTRE-c/s; Perez; TV Zorro; Green Lantern; VF $12);

#94-B (9/2002; GA Green Lantern-c/s; SPECTRE-s; Perez; TV Zorro; VF/NM $14);

#95-A (10/2002; Donald Duck & Nephews in Sailboat-c by BARKS; DISNEY; Miracleman; VF $10);

#95-B (10/2002; Donald Duck & Dwarfs-c; Carl BARKS-s; DISNEY; Miracleman; VF $10);

#96-A (11/2002; Milton Caniff-c & Special issue; Terry & Pirates, Steve Canyon; VF $10)

#96-B (11/2002; Crowd of People-c by Marc Hempel; Flip-c with SHEILD-c; Milton Caniff Special issue; Terry & Pirates, Steve Canyon; VF+ $12);

#97-A (Superman cover VARIANT; Curt Swan special; Wally Wood - Thunder Agents; VF $10);

#97-B (Thunder Agents cover VARIANT; Curt Swan special; Wally Wood - Thunder Agents; VF $10);

#98 (1/2003; Western Comics-c & special issue; Ayers, Ghost Rider, Ingels, Tomahawk, Frazetta, Severin, Two-Gun Kid; VF $10);

#99 (2/2003; Marvel Super-Heroes-c; Gil Kane; Marvel in 1965; 1960's Marvel Varianty; Marv Wolfman interview; Transformers; Grell Iron Man; B. Jones Hulk; VF $12);

#100 (3/2003; EC/Capt America & Mickey Mouse-c; Charles Schulz interview; Spicy Pulps; Superman; Batman pulp roots; Funnyman; VF $12);

#101-A (4/2003; ARCHIE-c & Special issue; Guice; Shadow; VF $10);

#101-B (4/2003; RUSE / GRIM REAPER-c; ARCHIE Special issue; Guice; Shadow; VF $12);

#102-A (5/2003; Collage cover by Russ Heath VARIANT; Russ Heath interview; Lev Gleason; VF $10);

#102-B (5/2003; GA Daredevil cover VARIANT; Russ Heath interview; Lev Gleason; VF $10);

#103 (6/2003; Donald Duck-c; Disney comics; VF/NM $12);

#104 (7/2003; BATMAN-c & 65th Anniversary special; Neal Adams; Blacks in Comics; VF = $12);

#105-A (8/2003; Swamp Thing-c by Wrightson; Frazetta; Bruce Jones interview; Kaluta interview; Hampton interview; Wrightson interview; Brunner interview; VF $12);

#105-B (8/2003; SHADOW by Kaluta-c; Bruce Jones interview; Kaluta interview; Hampton interview; Wrightson interview; Brunner interview; VG/FN $9);

#106 (9/2003; GGA SWIMSUIT special issue; Paper Dolls; John Celardo; History of GGA = Good Girl Art; VF+ $12);

#107 (11/2003; Wonderworld comics-c; Anti-Taft Comic scandal; History of FOX comics; Aquaman; VF $10);

#108 (12/2003; Jingle Jangle-c; Harlan Ellison; Kubert interview; VF $10);

#109-A (1/2004; GA Batman, Joker, Catwoman, Luthor, Toyman & Sivana-c; Neal ADAMS Batman interview part-II; VF $12);

#109-B (1/2004; GA NAZI & WWII Villians-c; Neal ADAMS Batman interview part-II; VF/NM=$14; FN $10);

#110-A (3/2004; Batman & Superman by ALEX ROSS Cover Variant; VF $12);

#110-B (3/2004; Norman Saunders Cover Variant; VF $10);

#111-A (4/2004; Batman & Catwoman-c; Paul GULACY-c & Article; VF $10);

#111-B (4/2004; Spider-Man/Green Goblin, Capt America/Red Skull, Galactus, FF/Dr Doom-c; Paul GULACY Article; VF- $12);

#112 (5/2004; Pre-Code HORRIFIC / ZOMBIE & Dancing Girl cover VARIANT; Atlas Marvel; 50's Severed Heads stories; Weird Mystery Tales; Alan Class Comics; VF $10);

#113(6/2004; cover says #112 in ERROR, Indicia inside says #113; Pre-Code GA SCI-FI cover VARIANT; Atlas Marvel; 50's Severed Heads stories; Weird Mystery Tales; Alan Class Comics; VF $10);

#114 (8/2004; Future of HORROR Comics-c & Article; Frank Frazetta; Frankenstein; Dark Horse & DC Horror comics; Leo Bachle of the Canadian Whites; VF $10);

#115 (9/2004; Eisner, Feldstein, Kurtzman & Barks-c & Article; Don Rosa interview; Russ Cochran & John Benson conversation; VF $10);

#116 (10/2004; Comics Fighting HATE, KKK, Black Man-c & Article; Jewish origins of comic books; HATE by Feldstein & Wally Wood; Robert Maxwell re Superman on TV & Radio; New Fun; EC Comics; VF = $10);

#117 (11/2004; HULK, Flash, Green Lantern & Orion-c; Jewish Creators of the Silver Age; Metal Men; Jim STERANKO interview/Domino Lady; Denny O'Neil interview; VF = $10);

#118 (12/2004; Jewish origins of comic books; Major Malcolm Wheeler Nicholson; Yeates on Al Williamson; American Flagg; Robot Dawn; VF $10);

#119 (1/2005; Radio Heroes, Shadow, Lone Ranger, Capt Midnight-c/s; Dick Tracy; Green Hornet; Walter Gibson; Charles Spain Verral; VF $10)

#120 (2/2005; SHAZAM / GA Captain Marvel-c; Mac Raboy; Henry Lynn Perkins; Jeff Smith interview; Tommy Lee Edwards interview; VF+ $12)

#121 (5/2005; Lee Falk's PHANTOM-c/s; Low Print & Scarcer LAST issue; X the Phantom Fed; GA Captain Marvel; Paul Ryan interview; VF/NM = $18);



COMIC BOOK MARKETPLACE SPECIAL EDITION (Magazine;; Gemstone Pub.)

#1(1998??; Never Published???) = EXIST ??

#2-A(Summer 1999; Robot & Girl in Bondage cover by Schomberg; VF = $25),

#2-B(Summer 1999; Nazi KKK & Girl in Bondage cover; VF = $25),

#3(Spring/2000; Sci-Fi cover; Index to CBM #1-75; FN/VF $18);

#4(Summer/2000; Murphy Anderson after Lou Fine-c; Best of CBM #26-29; VF/NM=$22);

#5-A(Summer/2002; Spider-Man vs Green Goblin by Steve DITKO Cover VARIANT; VF $20);

#5-B(Summer/2002; Spider-Man "Wanted" vs Police by John ROMITA Cover VARIANT; FN = $15);



COMIC BOOK PRICE GUIDE - OVERSTREET Annual PRICE GUIDE #2 thru #39 = See “OVERSTREET” below;


COMIC BOOK PRICE GUIDE by DUNCAN McALPINE {for GREAT BRITAIN} [The Official...; Massive Softcover Trade Paperback; Detailed pricing for Comics Published in both USA and UK; It includes ND issues (Not Distributed in UK) and "Scarce in UK" comics; It also included prices & info for 1000's of UK / British comics];

#4 (1992-1993; Judge Anderson & Dr. Jocelyn Peabody-c; Weight = 870 Grams; VG minus = $19.00);

#7 (1996-1997; Sabretooth Painted-c; Weight = 1370 Grams; VG = $19.00);

#8 (1997-1998; LAST issue; BATMAN-c; Weight = 1370 Grams; 816 pages including covers; FN=$24);



COMIC BOOK PROFILES (Magazine;, As You Like It Pub.) #3(Summer/1998), 5-8;

COMIC BOOK PROFILES - A TRIBUTE TO ARCHIE GOODWIN (Magazine;; As You Like It Pub.) #NN (Summer/1999);

COMIC BOOK SUPERHEROES (Softcover Trade Paperback; Publications International Ltd.; 1994) #NN;

COMIC BOOK TRADER QUARTERLY (Newspaper, Greenlee Pub., Winter/88) #1;

COMIC BOOK WEEK (Buffalo Pub) #1 (April 2/1993; Jae Lee c/s; FN/FN folded $6);

COMIC BUSINESS (Malibu Graphic, September/87) #3;



COMIC BUYER'S GUIDETBG / CBG [1971 to Present; early issues titled = TBG - "The Buyers Guide for Comics Fandom"]

*** All Early issues #1-500+ come FOLDED & with Mailing labels or Printed Address, as issued & sent by Subscription only;

1971 – TBG / CBG;

#2 (SCARCE; Weight = 70 Grams; Barbarians-c by Fujitake; 20 Pages; 1/2 page WRIGHTSON AD illo for Infinity Three; 1/2 page Jeff Jones AD illo for Jeff Jones Portfolio; SOLD OUT);

#3 (MAY; SCARCE; Weight = 50 Grams; Cowboy-c by Adkins; 1/2 Page Ad illo by Jack KIRBY for Kirby Unleased; 1/8 page WRIGHTSON AD illo for Infinity Three; 1/2 pages; 1/4 page Wally WOOD ad for Flashback with 2" x 5-1/2" Coupon cut out; Rest is VG = $22);


1972 - TBG / CBG;

#20 (September/1; Weight = 160 Grams; 44 pages; Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock Photo-c; 1/6 page Ad illo for CREATION by Wrightson & small Krenkel illo; 3 page Triple Fan Fare con ad; Steranko full page Ad for History of Comics & Superhero Calendar; 2-1/4" x 3-3/4" illo of Loki by Steranko for all Dynamic special; 1/8 page Ad Frazetta illo for Ghost Rider Print; 10% page illo for EC Lives by Wally Wood; 10% page illo for Creation by WRIGHTSON; VG $26);

#25 (November/15; Man vs. Alien-c; Weight = 115 Grams; 28 pages; 1/2 page parogon ad with Bill Black-a; 3" x 3" illo for Badtime Stories by Wrightson; Full page Ad for Ray Harryhausen portfolio; 3-1/2"x4-3/4" ad for Chronicle #2 = Kull by Severin; plus Kull portfolio ad with Severin-a; Full page ad for Heritage 1a & 1b; FN/VF = $24);


1973 - TBG / CBG; The Buyer's Guide for Comic Fandom

#27 (January 1/1973; Knight charging on Horse-c by Don Rosa; Weight = 200 Grams; 40 pages; 1/4 page Tarzan Ad illo by Hogarth; 1/4 page Infinity 4 Ad illo by Corben; Full page ad for Heritage 1a & 1b; 3"x5" ad for FRAZETTA Portfolio one with illo; 2-1/2"x2-1/2" illo ad for Badtime Stories by Wrightson; and 3" x 4" Cover illo ad for Badtime Stories by Wrightson; 2" x 10" illo by FRAZETTA for Autographed art print; 1/4 page illo by Frazetta for House of Greystoke ad; Full page Time machine comic strip by Fujitake; 1/8 page Frazetta Posters ad with illos; VG/FN = $22);

#28 (January 15/1973; Superhero-c by Adkins & Merwin; Weight = 115 Grams; 32 pages; Full page ad for Chicago Con-I; Full page ad for Color Your Dreams with 4" x 2-1/2" Jeff Jones illo; 1/2 page illo by IRONS for Berkeley Con-1; SOLD OUT);

#29 (February 1/1973; WARP-c by NEAL ADAMS; Weight = 145 Grams; 40 pages; Full page ad for Comic & Crypt FRAZETTA zine with 2 illos; 5"x5" Ad for 35mm Slides with Jeff Jones/Bode/Wrightson = NO illo; 1/2 page EC Portfolio's ad with small illos; 3" x 4" Cover illo ad for Badtime Stories by Wrightson; 3"x4" EC Lives illo by Wally WOOD for 1972 EC Con ad; Full page ad for Chicago Con-I; FN+ = $29);

#30 ( February 15/1973; Sword & Sorcery / Barbarian-c by Yung; Weight = 105 Grams; 28 pages in 2 Sections; full page Berkeley Con-1 ad with illo by Dave Sheridan; Full page ad for Comic & Crypt FRAZETTA zine with 2 illos; FN+ = $20);

#30 ( February 15/1973; Sword & Sorcery / Barbarian-c by Yung; Weight = 65 Grams; 16 pages; full page Berkeley Con-1 ad with illo by Dave Sheridan; Section-2 is missing; Section one only; FN = $10);

#31 (March 1/1973; Spaceman vs Alien Blob Monster-c by Warner; Weight = 150 Grams; 40 pages; 3" x 4" Cover illo ad for Badtime Stories by Wrightson; 1/2 page ad for Cochran EC Portfolios with small illos; 1/2 page ad for Houstoncon '73; 2-1/2" x 5" illo by BODE for Springcon II; FN = $20);

#32 (March 15/1973; Werewolf-c by T. Boxell; Weight = 145 Grams; 40 pages; 2-1/2" x 5" illo by BODE for Springcon II; 3-1/4" x 6-1/2" illo by WRIGHTSON in 1/2 page ad for Infinity 5; Full page illustrated ad for Chicago Comic-Con-1; FN/VF=$25; FN=$20);

#33 (1973; Buck Rogers Sunday-c; Weight = 130 Grams; 36 pages; 4" x 6-1/2" WRIGHTSON illo for Wrightson Poster ad; 1/2 page article on Bill Everett by Greim; 4" x 6" Man with Pumpkin illo by WRIGHTSON in 1/2 page ad for Infinity 5; 1/4 page Ad for Spider-man Rock-omics Record with illo; FN/VF=$25; FN=$20);

#34 (April/1973; Vision and the Scarlet Witch-c; Weight = 135 Grams; 36 pages; Full page illustrated ad for Rip Off Press; Full page ad for LEGION Outpost; 3-Page Back issues Ad by Doug Sulipa; FN/VF=$22; FN=$18);

#35 (May 1/1973; Dr Strange vs Alien & Woman on Altar-c by Dave Hunt; Weight = 160 Grams; 44 pages; Full page ad for True Market Comic Price Guide; 9-1/2" x 10" Werewolf illo by Jack Davis in Russ Cochran ad; Full page ad for D-Con '73; 1/2 page ad for Robert CRUMB'S Melotoons with illos; 3"x4" preview Shadow #1-c illo Ad by KALUTA; FN = $18);

#36 (1973; TBG Man Superhero-c by Bruce D. Patterson; Weight = 145 Grams; 40 pages; 1/2 page Ad for Infinity 5 with 8 small illos; Full page 1973 NY Comic Art Con ad; 2" x 4" article of Action #1 sells for $1801.26 to Mitchell Mehdy article with Photo; 1/4 ad for Overstreet #3; 9-1/2" x 10" Ghouls illo by Ingels in Russ Cochran ad; 2-1/2" x 2-1/2" Frazetta illo in House of Greystoke ad; 6" x 7" CPL #3 Ad illo by Layton; FN+ = $18);

#37 (1973; Dr. Strange-c by J. Massena; Weight = 155 Grams; 44 pages; Full page 1973 San Diego Comic con ad; 1/2 page Visit with CARL BARKS article; 4"x6" Capt Marvel illo by Gil Kane; 4-1/2" x 7" E-MAN #1-c preview illo by Staton; 1/2 page badtime Stories ad with 2 Evil Kids illo by WRIGHTSON; FN/VF=$22; VG=$16);

#38 (1973 >> “1972 Comic Art Awards” = 4 Previous TBG Covers with Ghost Rider, X-MEN & Prince valiant-c; Weight = 145 Grams; 40 pages; 5" x 6" KIRBY posters ad with 4 illos; 2-page Detroit Triple Fan Fair Con ad with illos = 4"x5" Shadow by KALUTA & 7" x 4" Conan by Barry Windsor-Smith illo; 9" x 10" Aliens illo by Wally WOOD for full page Cochrane EC Portfoilio ad; VG/FN=$18; G/VG=$12);

#39 (July 1/1973; “Who Runs the Comic Industry?” PHOTO-c & Article; Article includes = Infantino, Warren, Stan Lee, Kirby, Neal Adams etc; Weight = 160 Grams; 44pages; Full page Russ Cochrane ad for Thunda/Untamed Love = 8 FRAZETTA illos; Full page Russ Cochrane ad for EC Portfolios with Williamson-a; Full page STAR TREK ad with with 18 Phto's for Star Base Operations zine; Full page Cleveland Comic Con ad; 1/2 page Phantasmagoria ad with Kenneth Smith-a; 1/2 page Darkstar JEFF JONES Poster ad with 2" x 3" illo; FN = $20; VG/FN=$17);

#40 (1973; Alien on Strange Planet with Moons-c by Adkins; Weight = 165 Grams; 48 pages; 1/4 page Sunpot & Posters by BODE ad with illos; 2" x 3" illos by FRAZETTA for Posters ad; 1/2 page ad for ACBA Sketcbook with 16 small illos including Adams, Frazetta, Kaluta & Wood-a; 2-page Cleveland Comic con ad; 1/4 page paragon ad with Bill Black-a; FN+ = $18; VG/FN=$14);

#41 (1973; Photos from 1973 Comic Art Con-c, plus Full page inside; Weight = 225 Grams; 68 pages; 2-page Cleveland Comic Con ad; Full page ad for Fredric Wertham's World of Fanzines; 2-page Detroit Triple Fan Fair Con ad with illos = 4"x5" Shadow by KALUTA & 5" x 4" Conan by Barry Windsor-Smith illo; ½ page ad for Darkstar Graphics JEFF JONES poster with 4”x6” illo; 1/4 page ad for Middle Earth JEFF JONES Portfolio with 4”x5” illo; VG/FN=$16);

#42 (August 15/1973; Golden Age SUPERMAN-c, plus Full page inside; Weight = 175 Grams; 48 pages; 2-page Detroit Triple Fan Fair Con ad with illos = 4"x5" Shadow by KALUTA & 5" x 4" Conan by Barry Windsor-Smith illo; ¼ page ad for Best of VIRGIL FINLAY with 4”x6” illo; Full page Burroughs Bulletin article; 1pg Beautiful Baloonjs by Don & Maggie Thompson; Ad for FRAZETTA #1 with 3x4” illo; 1/4 page ad for Middle Earth JEFF JONES Portfolio with 4”x5” illo; VG/FN=$16);

#43 (1973; Dr. Strange-c by Adkins and Russell; Weight = 185 Grams; 48 pages; 2-page Detroit Triple Fan Fair Con ad with illos = 4"x5" Shadow by KALUTA & 5" x 4" Conan by Barry Windsor-Smith illo; 1/2 page BADTIME Stories ad with 6" x 7" image of HITLER = Wrightson-a??; 2-Page Menomonee Falls Gazette centerfold ad with 1" x 3-1/2" Strip art by Williamson, caniff, Starr, Neal Adams, Manning, Wildey, Eisner, Raymond etc; 1/4 page ad for Color your Dreams with 1-1/2" x 2" Jeff Jones illo; VG/FN = $20);

#46 (1973; E-Man-c by Carl Taylor; Weight = 170 Grams; 48 pages; "INSIDE COMIX 2" Article; 5-Pages of Back issues Ad by Alan Levine; Full page Russ Cochrane ad for Thunda/Untamed Love = 8 FRAZETTA illos; Full page Russ Cochrane ad for EC Portfolios with Williamson-a; 2 page ad for Flashback fanzines #1-12; Full page Russ Cochrane ad for EC Portfolios with Ingels-a; 1/2 page ad for Creation con with 5" x 6" illo by Frank BRUNNER; 1/2 page ad for Unpublished Basil WOLVERTON comic with 4" x 6" illo; 10% page As illo by Stout; 1/4 page Ad for JEFF JONES Portfolio by Middle earth = 4' x 5" illo of Barbarian with raised Sword & Woman in Bondage; 2" x 2" Frazetta illo for Graphic Gallery ad; Writing at bottom of page 15, SOLD OUT);


1974 - TBG / CBG; The Buyer's Guide for Comic Fandom

#59 (June 1/1974; Evil scientist & Monster-c by John King; Weight = 250 Grams; 68 pages; full page ad for Squa Tront #5 with 4 photo's of Bill Gaines; 2-page 1974 NY Comic Con ad; Full page Houstoncon '74 ad with 7"x9" CORBEN illo; 2-Page Centerfold AD for Marvel Treasury's = Full page Spider-Man illo by Romita, & full page CONAN Collage with Buscema & Barry Smith-a; 1/4 page ad for Ragnarok #3 with 2-1/2" x 3-1/2" Barry Windsor-Smith illo; 1/4 page Ad for Overstreet #4 = JSA-c; 4 pages of Back Issues ad by Alan Levine; full page cartoonist Profiles ad with Prince Valiant by Foster illo; 2-page Bud Plant Fanzines ad; 1/4 Page Wally wood posters ad with 4 small illos; 1/2 page CPL ad with 4" x 5" Deadman illo by Neal ADAMS; 3 pages of Beautiful Ballonns articles by Don & Maggie Thompson; Mighty Buggers = 5 pages of Original comics, includes 1 page Spider-man parody by HANLEY; "Crusader Comments" = full page article by Martin L. Greim; Now What? = 3/4 page article by Murray Bishoff; SOLD OUT );

#60 (June 15/1974; Nimoy as Mr. Spock & Scotty - Star Trek Photo-c; Weight = 215 Grams; 56 pages; 1/4 page Infinity 5 ad with 2" x 4" Neal ADAMS Warp illo; 2 page 1974 NY Comic Con ad; 2-page Detroit Triple Fan Fair Con ad with Stan Lee & Infantino photo's; full page Maxfield Parrish prints ad; 2-pages Robert Weinberg ads; 1/2 page ad for Word Valoons with 6-1/2" x 2-12/" Chaykin illo; Full page Middle earth Portfolios ad with 6" x 8" Barry Windsor-Smith Conan illo; FN/VF = $20);

#61 (July 1/1974; Billy Batson-c by C.C. Beck; Weight = 230 Grams; 64 pages; 2 page 1974 NY Comic Con ad; 1/2 page Seattle Comic Con ad; 2-page STAR CON 2 ad = Star Trek & SF; 1/2 page ad for Joe Staton's Gods of Mount Olympus with 2 illos; 1/2 page ad for Venture 3 with 2" illos by Neal Adams & Kaluta; 5"x6" Ad illo by William Stout; 4 pages of Beautiful Balloons articles by Don & Maggie Thompson; Now What? = 2 page article by Murray Bishoff; "Crusader Comments" = full page article by Martin L. Greim; 1pg Beautia article by C.C. Beck with 2 illos; Intro Valerie & the Weaponeers = 2 pages comics by Susor; 2-page Detroit Triple Fan Fair Con ad with Stan Lee & Infantino photo's; Full page with 9 Photo's from Chicago comic Con; FN/VF = $20);

#64 (August 15/1974; Steve Canyon at San Diego Comic Convention 1974-c by Milton Caniff; Weight = 165 Grams; 48 pages; 1/2 page ad for Neal ADAMS index with 5" x 7" Conan sketch illo; Full page Ray & the Black Condor as with Lou Fine-a; 2-page Fanzines ad with 2" x 4" Wrightson & Neal Adams illos; full page ad for Toronto's Fancon; 2" x 4" Jeff Jones illo for Fantasy Postcards ad; 2-3/4" x 4" Wrightson illo for Fantasy Calendar ad; 1/4 page ad for Cities & Scenes of the Anient World = 3" x 4" Krenkel illo; 1/2 page ad for Hot Stuf #1 with Corben & Neal Adams illos; Full page Ad for Buck Rogers posters by FRAZETTA with 7 illos; 2 page Ad for Middle Earth Portfolios with 6" x 8" Conan illo by Barry Windsor-Smith; 1/2 page ad for Joe Staton's Gods of Mount Olympus with 5 illos; Full page House of Greystoke ad with 11" x 5" illo of Nude Jungle Woman by FRAZETTA; SOLD OUT);

#66 (September 15/1974; Fairy & Elves-c by Ric Cruz & Sam De La Rosa; Weight = 190 Grams; 56 pages; full page ad for Famous Monsters con; 2-page Detroit Triple fan Fare ad with 2"x2" Steranko illo & Spider-man illo; full page 1st Orlando Con ad with Hal Foster & C.C. Beck illos; 1/2 page ad for KULL Portfolio with 5"x7" Severin illo; 2" x 4" Jeff Jones illo for Spasm; 1/2 page ad for Barflyse with 6"x7" Wolverton illo; 2-1/2"x3-1/2" Krenkel ad illo; 1/2 page ad for Overstreet #4 with JSA-c; Full page Ad for Buck Rogers posters by FRAZETTA with 7 illos; FN/VF = $20);

#68 (October 15/1974; Barbarians & woman vs Snakes-c by Tom Armstrong; Weight = 230 Grams; 68 pages; full page ad for Famous Monsters con; 6" x 10" Ad illo of Bruce Hamilton by Don Newton; 1/2 page ad for Barflyse with 6"x7" Wolverton illo; 2-1/2" x 3" illo of Zombie by Wrightson for TBG ad; 1/2 page Comics Horro Con ad with 4"x5" Frazetta illo; 1/4 page ad for Jasooman #10 with 1"x4" Frazetta sketch illo; 1/4 page Ad (same as in #46) for JEFF JONES Portfolio by Middle earth = 4' x 5" illo of Barbarian with raised Sword & Woman in Bondage; 1/2 page ads each with art by Ingels, Frazetta & Wolverton; FN+ = $18);

#69 (November 1/1974; Captain Marvel-c by Lynes; Weight = 225 Grams; 68 pages; full page ad for Pheonix with 3"x3" Williamson illo; full page ad for Famous Monsters con; 2-1/2"x2-1/2" Robert CRUMB illo for Promethean #5 ad; 1/8 page ad of Conan by Mike ZECK with 2"x3" illo; 1/2 page ad for Monsters price guide; 1pg Crusader Comments; 1pg Capt Marvel by C.C. Beck; 2pg article on Museum of Cartoon Art & Hall of Fame; 3 Tabloid pages = Full cover & 11 page comics story from the 8/1943 redrawn Canadian Captain Marvel; 2"x3" illo of Zombie by Wrightson in TBG ad; 3pgs Now What by Murray Bishoff; 4 pages of Beautiful Balloons articles by Don & Maggie Thompson; FN/VF = $18);

#70 (November 15/1974; Cartoon Comic Con Cover by Phillip Yeh; Weight = 260 Grams; 80 pages; 8-Page Bud Plant Fanzine, Undergrounds & Prints catalogue with over 350 1" illos; full page Wintercon '74 ad; 2-page Middle earth Portfolios ad with 2"x3" illos EACH by Brunner, Barry Smith, Severin & Jeff Jones fantasy portfolio; ** 1/2 page ad for Barry Windsor-Smith prints with 6 illos; full page Cretion con ad with small Wrightson illos; 1/2 page ad for KIRBY artwork with 4"x6" illo of Newsboy Legion Kid; Full page ad for Promethean Enterprises #5 with 2"x4" Crumb illo; full page ad for Feast Unknown with 6"x6" CORBEN illo; FN/VF = $18);

#71 (December 1/1974; The Mighty Mites-c = Cartoon Parody-c of Spider-Man, Batman, Wonder Woman, Shadow, Spirit, Capt America, Capt Marvel & Superman by HANLEY; Weight = 125 Grams; 84 pages; 3"x4" Poster ad illo by Frazetta; 2-Page Wintercon '74 ad; Section-1 & Section-4 ONLY = Pages 1-24, 74-84 remain; FN = $6);


1975 - TBG / CBG; The Buyer's Guide for Comic Fandom

#73 ( January/ 1 - Animation);

#74 (January 15/1975; Captain marvel-c by John Adkins Richardson; Weight = 90 Grams; 1/2 page ad for Graphic Image #1 with 4"x6" illo of Black Bolt by Neal Adams; ** Micky Mouse & Donald Duck = 2 illos 5"x5" by Frank Brunner; 1/2 page ad for JEFF JONES Egyptian Queen Print with 4"5" illo; 2 page Blue Star ad for Barry Smith Prints with 8 illos; 3"x3" illo of Chuck Norris by Dave Stevens; Section-One only, pages 1-24 only, SOLD OUT);

#80 (April 15/1975; TBG Salutes Mac Raboy's CAPTAIN MARVEL JR-c; Weight = 380 Grams; 96 pages; Full page Supergraphics ad, with STERANKO-a & Marvel Posters; Full page FRAZETTA posters ad with 23 illos; Full page Multicon ad with 6x8” Shadow illo; 2-Page Capt Marvel Jr Special ad with Mac Raboy-a; Ad for Monsters with 3-1/2”x3” Wrightson illo; 2-page Blue Star ad with 8 Barry Smith illos; ½ page Star Reach #2 ad with 4x6” Neal Adams illo; 2-Page Christopher Enterprises Portfolio ad with 4-1/2”x6” KALUTA illo; 2-Page Starcon-3 ad; SOLD OUT);

#81 (May 1/1975; Good or Evil-c; Weight = 275 Grams; 84 pages; 4"x5" ad for Color the Creature Book with 4 Wrightson illos; 4"x5" ad for Art of Neal ADAMS with 6 illos; 1/2 page ad for Overstreet #5 with Tarzan-c illo by Kubert; full page ad for Houstoncon '75; 2-page ad for Capt Marvel Jr Special Ed by Mac Raboy; 2-1/2"x4" Ad for Jeff Jones Death portfolio = NO illo; Portfolio ad with 2" images by Brunner, Severin, Starlin, Chaykin; full page Rivercon '75 ad with 4" Cockrum illo; Captain Marvel on MARS = 10 pages of comics; 3 pages of Beautiful Balloons articles by Don & Maggie Thompson, with 1pg Max Allan collins; Crusader Comments by Greim; 2-1/2 page Speech by STAN LEE with illos; Now What by Murry Bishoff; Full page as for RBCC with 6-1/2" x 7-1/2" WRIGHTSON/Zeck illo of Angel & Girl; 2"x3" Viking sketch by Frazetta in Ad; 4" x 4" ad for Mosters with Wrightson illo; Full page Multicon '75 ad with 3 R.G. Krenkel sketches = 2"x4", 2"4", 5"x6"; 2-Page Blue Star ad with 8 Barry Smith illos; SOLD OUT);

#82 (May 15/1975; Dr. Strange vs Mxyzptlk-c by Tim Corrigan; Weight = 305 Grams; 92 pages; full page REH Lone Star Fictioneer ad with 4x6" Fabian illo; Portfolio ad with 2" images by Brunner, Severin, Starlin, Chaykin; 1/2 page ad for Overstreet #5 with Tarzan-c illo by Kubert; 2 page Blue Star ad for Barry Smith Prints with 8 illos; Full page ad for Frazetta poster with 23 illos; full page ad for Foodgood Follies 7 illos by Wolverton; 2 page Capt Marvel Jr Special ad with Raboy-a; 4"x5" ad for Color the Creature Book with 4 Wrightson illos; 4"x5" ad for Art of Neal ADAMS with 6 illos; 2-Page ad for Flashback #1-32; full page Tele-Fantasy Con ad; full page Feast Unknown ad with 5"x6" CORBEN illo; SOLD OUT);

#83 (June 1/1975; Today's Collector PHOTO-c; Weight = 385 Grams; 116 pages; 1/2 page ad for Overstreet #5 with Tarzan-c illo by Kubert; 1/2 page ad for Art of Neal ADAMS with 3 illos; 1/2 page ad for Rich CORBEN Prints with 2 illos; 2 page Shadow meets Doc Savage at Multicon '75 with illos; 9"x10" Frazetta posters ad with 23 illos; 1/2 page Doc Savage movie review with 2 photo's; Crusader Comments by Greim; Captain marvel Jr vs Dr Morpheus = 11 pages comics story with Nazi's; What Now by Murray Bishoff; 4 pages of Beautiful Balloons articles by Don & Maggie Thompson; 1/2 page ad for Star Reach with 4"x6" Neal Adams illo; 3"x4" illo for Foodgood Frolics by Wolverton; Portfolio ad with 2" images by Brunner, Severin, Starlin, Chaykin; 2"x2" Frazetta ad illo for Elements; full page ad for Benefit Portfolio with 5"x6" Kinstler illo; 2-pages of Photo's form the 1949-50 National Cartoonist Society meeting; 1/2 page ad for Middle Earth Portfolio's with 2"x3" illos each by Barry Smith & Frazetta; 5 new Comic Strips page = Art by Engel, Kinnad, Hanley, Fiala & Maheras; SOLD OUT);

#84 (June 15/1975; Dick Tracy-c by Henecy; Weight = 425 Grams; 128 pages; full page ad for Frazetta posters with 23 illos; full page ad for special Star Trek issue of RBCC with 4"x5" Don Rosa illo; 1/2 page ad for Art of Neal ADAMS with 3 illos; 1/2 page ad for Rich CORBEN Prints with 2 illos; 10-Page Bud Plant Catalogue for Fanzines, Undergrounds & Prints = with about 500 x 1" illos; ** 2"x4" Steranko illo in Limbert ad; 2-page ad for Weird Love #1; 1/2 page ad for CPL #12 with 2-1/2" x 4" Gulacy illo; Full page ad for captain Canuck #1; full page ad for Bay Con-1 with 5' Spider-Man illo by Romita, 2-1/2" illo by Barry Smith; full page ad illo of Spider-Man, Iron Man & Nick Fury by Rothchild;SOLD OUT);

#85 (July 1/1975; The Spectre-c; Weight = 435 Grams; 128 pages; TBG goes Weekly; Wolverton ad; 1/2 page ad for Overstreet #5 with Tarzan-c illo by Kubert; 2-page comic Art Con ad with 3"x8" Chaykin illo; 1/2 page ad for Squa Tront #5; 1/2 page ad for Captain Canuck #1; 1/2 page ad for Cartoonews with 4x7" illo of Sherlock Holmes by Jack Davis; full page Christopher Enterprises Portfolio ad with 3x4" Kaluta illo; 1/2 page ad for Vampire Mother print with 3x4" illo by Jeff Jones; 6" Russell Myers cartoon; Captain marvel & the Mustery of Jingle Jangle Jungle = 18 pages comics; Now What by Murray Bisoff; 4" Tarzan illo by Hogarth; 5 pages Beautiful Balloons by Don & Maggie Thompson; 2x4" Ordway illo; 1/2 page ad for Detroit Collectors con with 3x4" Spectre/Deadman/Batman illo by Neal Adams; 1/2 page ad for Star reach #3 with 4-1/2"x6" Brunner illo; FN=$18; G/VG=$12);


#87 (July 18/1975; FIRST WEEKLY ISSUE; Female Barbarian & Monsters Cover by Frank Thorne; Weight = 245 Grams; 72 pages; 5x7" Pertwullaby Papers comics strips by DON ROSA; 2-page New England Newcon 2 ad with Capt Marvel illo by C.C. Beck; 5-Page Bud Plant Catalogue with over 200 x 1" illos; 3 pages Beautiful Balloons by Don & Maggie Thompson; Goodguy vs Moneyman = 2 pages comics by Hanley; 1pg Barry Smith prints ad with 3 illos; 2 pages of Capt Marvel Comics; SOLD OUT);

#89 (August 1/1975; Conan & Barbarians-c by Gallery; Weight = 165 Grams; 48 pages; 1pg Barry Smith prints ad with 3 illos; full page Middle earth Catalogue ad with 7x8" illo by Severin; 1pg North Country Fantasy Con ad; 1pg Tele-Fantasy Con ad; 1pg Orlando con 75 ad; 1pg Atlanta Comics & Fantasy Fair con ad; 1pg Crusader Comments by Greim; Goodguy vs Moneyman = 2 pages comics by Hanley; Now What by Bishoff; 3-pages of Photo's from the 1975 Comic Art con; SOLD OUT);

#91 (August 15/1975; Shatner as Captain Kirk Photo-c; Weight = 220 Grams; 48 pages; 1pg Barry Smith prints ad with 3 illos; 1/3 page ad for Rich CORBEN Prints with 4x8" illos; Ad for Heroes prints with 2x5" Gray Morrow illo; 1/3 page ad for Art of Neal ADAMS with 4x9" illo; 2-page New England Newcon 2 ad with Capt Marvel illo by C.C. Beck; 2-Page Information Center with 4 illos by Don Rosa; Goodguy vs Moneyman = 2 pages comics by Hanley; full page Middle earth Catalogue ad with 7x8" illo by Severin; FN= $17);

#92(August 15; Spirit,Ebony,Captian America, Plastic Man, Shadow, Batman playing Poker-c by G.K. Christ; *** 1/4 page memorial = "Vaughn Bode Dead at 33" with Photo; Nick Fury illo by GULACY in ad for Napcon; Weight = 240 Grams; VG/FN = $14);

#93(August 29; Barbarians-c by Tom Christopher; Full page ad for GA art of Joe Kubert; Tarzan & Jane Reunion at Dum-Dum '75; Miamicon I Ad; 3 page Now Waht by Murray Bishoff Survey results; Goodguy vs Moneyman = 2 pages comics by Hanley; 9 pages Spy Smasher GA comics story; Comic Reader ad with Batman illo by Mike Grell; Weight = 240 Grams; VG/FN = $13; VG=$11);

#94(September 6; Captain America, Bucky & Hitler-c by Roy Kinnard & Russ Maheras; 2 page centerfold AD for Flashback #1-32 with illos of all covers; AD for Creation - Comics Horror convention; Weight = 225 Grams; FN = $15);

#95(August 22; Edgar Rice Burroughs & Tarzan PHOTO-c; "8000 Paid Subscribers"; Full page Ad for Heroes Illustrated #1 with 3 CONAN illos by Barry Windsor-Smith-a; 1/2 page AD to Captain Canuck #1; Lancaster Comic Art Con ad; Goodguy vs Moneyman = 2 pages comics by Hanley; Tarzan a Sulate to ERB = 2 page article; 4700 attend Houston Con by G.B.Love; San Diego Con = 3 pages with 39 Photo's, including Kirby, Eisner, Siegel, Ray Bradbury, etc; 2 page Lawrence Shell centerfold AD for Origianl Comic Art for Sale; 3/4 page on Walt Kelly; 2 panel cartoon Bruce Banner & HULK by Jerry Ordway; Silver Surfer & Plastic Man cartoon panels by Richard West; Weight = 200 Grams; FN=$15; VG/FN=$13);

#96(September 19; Spirit, Plastic Man, Breifer's Frankenstein Cover by Hanley; AD for Star Trek & Comic Book Festival Houston Minicon II; 1/2 page Ad of Deathlok by Steacy for Toronto Fancon; Uncle Scrooge illo in full page ad for Boston's Newcon; 1/2 page Ad for Heroes Illustrated #1 with 3 CONAN illos by Barry Windsor-Smith-a; Captain America illo by GULACY in 1/2 page Ad for Ohio Con '75; Weight = 160 Grams; FN/VF=$17; FN=$14);

#99(October 10; The Copperhead from Mysterious Dr Satan Serial-c, by B. Murphy; Fuull page Ad of John Buscema Original Art for sale; 3/4 page of DON ROSA art in full page ad for RBCC; 1/4 page ad for ACBAE wants you buttons by Neal ADAMS; Full page Gerstenhaber AD for Fanzines with Frazetta & WRIGHTSON illos; 1pg Infor Center bt DON ROSA with 2 illos; Visit at Walt Disnney Productions in Burbank = 3 pages with 18 photo's; Goodguy vs Moneyman part-7 & 8 = 4 pages comics by Hanley; 1/2 page ad for Destiny mag with Alex Nino illo; 4-1/2" x 6-1/2" Photo of Jack KIRBY; 7 pages Spy Smasher GA comics; 1/2 Page ad for REH Conal Record = Tim Conrad-a; 1/2 page ad for Demons by Kenneth Smith; Weight = 270 Grams; SOLD OUT);

#100(October 17; 24 characters Cover by Russ Maheras, includes; Silver Surfer, Superman, Supergirl, Thor, Iron Man, Manthing. Mr Natural, Fantastic Four, Sgt Rock, etc; Spider-Man cartoon illo in Comic Kingdom opening ad; Full page Bay Con I ad; 2-page Dispoto centerfold AD of Original Art for sale, includes illo by Kirby, Adams & Wrightson; 1/2 page ad for 1976 Creation Con; 1/2 page Infinity Six ad with R.G. Krenkel & Corben illos; 7 page Junt Hunt catalogue ad; full page Ad for Detroit's Starcon 4 with guests Adams & Steranko = no illo; full page Ad for Miamicon I = with guests Neal Adams, Doohan, Stan Lee, Kirby & Beck = illo of Thing, Silver Surfer & HULK; Comic & Nostalgia Con = 3" Wrightson illo; Full page ad for San Diego comic con with 5" Silver Surfer illo by Jack KIRBY; Weight = 265 Grams; FN=$25);

#101(October 24; Captain America & Bucky-c by Marc Hempel; full page Ad for Miamicon I = with guests Neal Adams, Doohan, Stan Lee, Kirby & Beck = illo of Thing, Silver Surfer & HULK; full page ad for San Diego con record; 1/2 page ad for 1976 Monsters Price Guide, with 5-1/2" x 5-1/2" WRIGHTSON illo; 1/2 page ad for Golden Fleece by Carl BARKS original Oil Painting; Section-1 ONLY = pages 1-24; Weight = 90 Grams; VG = $9);

#102(October 31; Starman Cover by Conway; full page 1976 Star Tek con ad; full page Hannes BOK portfolio ad; 2-page Barry Windsor-Smith ad = for Devil Lake print & Shelf Stuff; full page Pittcon 76 ad; full page Marvel Talent Hunt / Artists Market ad = 7" x 7" early DAVE STEVENS art; full page ad for BERNI WRIGHTSON Treasury with 14 illos; 1/2 page ad for Golden Fleece by Carl BARKS original Oil Painting; full page ad of Original Art for Sale = with 14 illos of WALLY WOOD art from Galaxy magazine; Weight = 205 Grams; SOLD OUT);

#104(November 14; Spirit Cover by Paul Chadwick; full page ad for Pacific Comics catalogue with Gil Kane illo; 2 page Olshevsky AD for Timely comics with 40 cover illos; full page ad for RBCC with 7" x 7" Manthing illo by PLOOG & Shadow meets Phantom Blot illo by Don Rosa; full page Capt Marvel paintings by C.C. Beck ad; 2 page Famous Monsters Con ad; full page Creation Con Ad; full page ad for the Richard Corben funny book; 1/4 page Walt Simonson illo for Grey God Passes; full page ad for Flashback Special Edition #1-3; 1/2 page ad for Detroit comic collectors con = with 4"x7" WRIGHTSON illo; Weight = 245 Grams; VG/FN = $13);

#107(December 5; “To Our Friend Vaugh Bode 1941-1975”-c tribute by Eric Vincent; full page Miamicon I ad with 2 Star Trek photos; full page D-Con / Detroit ad; full page Frank FRAZETTA Treasury ad with 14 illos; Weinberg Ad with 1-1/2" Tigers of the Sea & 1-1/2" Sword of the Gael illos by Jeff Jones; full page California Casual Con 2 ad; Cartoon conest with Spider-man cartoon by Todd Knorr; 2 page infor center by DON ROSA with 2 illos, including Uncle Scrooge; Imaginary comics 6"x8" illo = Spider-man & Amazing Superman, by Ortega; Weight = 180 Grams; 5 pages Beautiful Balloons #38 by Don & Maggie Thompson; full page Buyers Guide ad with 3" Wrightson Zombie illo; SOLD OUT);

#109(December/19; Thor, HULK, Human Torch, Iron Man, Sub-Mariner-c by Tim Corrigan; full page ad for Edgar Allan Poe portfolio by BERNI WRIGHTSON with illo; 2/3 Page Ad for Ross Andru's Spider-Man Original Art for sale with 2 Spidy illos; 1/3 page Charlton Portfolio ad; 5-1/2 pages Ken Mieno catalogue ad; full page Houston Minicon 13 ad; Boston's Newcon = 2 pages with 15 Photo's including Staton, Kane & Kurtzman; 2 pages by Harris & Hanley; 1/4 page Lynda carter as Wonder Woman photo; 3"x4" Photo of Cathy Lee Crosby as Wonder Woman photo, from TV movie of week; 4 pages of GA Bulletman comics; full page 1976 Creation Con ad; Weight = 230 Grams; SOLD OUT );

#110(December 26; World of Doc Savage-c by Russ Maheras; Christopher Enterprises ad with illos = 1/2 page Dante's Inferno portfolio by Mike Kaluta & 1/2 page Bad Doin's in Knuckledowns Lonesome by Berni WRIGHTSON; full page ad for Phil Seuling's Comic Art Con; 2-page Gerstenhaber ad with illos by Wrightson, Wally Wood, Barry Smith & Corben; 2 page ad for Creation Con; full page ad for Edgar Allan Poe portfolio by BERNI WRIGHTSON with illo; 1/2 page ad for Cartoonews with Jack Davis illo; 4 page Doug Sulipa catalogue ad; 5-1/2 page catalogue ad; full page Super DC Con ad; full page Dr Strange Nostalgia Kit with 8" illo by Frank BRUNNER; 2 page centerfold ad for Flashback #1-32 with illos of all covers; 1/4 page ad for Edgar Rice Burroughs Portfolio with small illos by Dan Green, Jeff Jones, Mike Kaluta, Al Williamson & Berni Wrightson; full page RBCC ad with Fabian & Don Rosa illos; Weight = 310 Grams; SOLD OUT);


1976 - TBG / CBG; The Buyer's Guide for Comic Fandom (the Year Howard the Duck & Frank Brunner were Red Hot);

#111(January/2; 45 Years of Dick Tracy-c, with 1 illo each from years 1931-1975; Weinberg Ad with 1-1/2" Solomon Kane illo by Jeff Jones; Scott Shaw ad; 5-1/2 page Ken Mieno catalogue ad; 2" Spider-Man meets Superman cartoon; THUG the Unkindly, Goodguy app = 2 pages comics by Hanley; Weight = 155 Grams; VG=$12);

#112(January 9; Marvel's Captain Marvel-c by Parker; Squa Tront 6 ad with Krigstein illo; Ad for Action #1 FN $2850 and Detective #27 VG/FN $1650; 2-page Star Trek Houston con ad; Fandom Observer ad with 2-1/2" x 5" Wrightson illo; Full page Middle earth ad with 9"x9" PLOOG illo; 4 page ad for Flashback comics, including ad for Buck Rogers posters with 3-1/2"x2-1/2" FRAZETTA illo; full page ad for Larry Houston artist for hire, illo of Silver Surfer, Thor, Storm & Superman; full page ad for Scarface (Howard the) Duck Poster with 8"x10" illo by Frank BRUNNER; Weight = 215 Grams; FN/VF=$14; FN=$12);

#113(January 16; Ebony & His Sidekick the SPIRIT-c by Interfan; 2/3 Page Ad for Ross Andru's Spider-Man Original Art for sale with 2 Spidy illos; 1/3 page Charlton Portfolio ad; full page ad for New York Star Trek Con 76; full page ad for Record Collectors Guide #1 by Jerry Osborne; Goodguy in Sorcerer from Sky = 2 pages comics by Hanley; Weight = 160 Grams; 1-1/2 page Infor Cener by Don Rosa with 2 illos; 1/2 page Fem Fantastique ad with Bill Black-a; Fandom Observer ad with 2-1/2" x 5" Wrightson illo; Weight = 160 Grams; FN=$14; VG/FN=$12);

#114(January 23(Funny Animals-c by Jim Engel; Weight = 165 Grams; full page ad for New York Star Trek Con 76; full page ad for Edgar Allan Poe portfolio by BERNI WRIGHTSON with illo; 1/2 page ad for REH's CONAN portfolio by NEAL ADAMS with 4"x5" illo; full page ad for First San Antonio Star Trek & Nostalgia Con; Fandom Observer ad with 2-1/2" x 5" Wrightson illo; 4 page ad for Flashback comics, including ad for Buck Rogers posters with 3-1/2"x2-1/2" FRAZETTA illo; 1/2 page ad for Variety & Collectors Books store with 5" x 10" CARTOON illo by Jim Engel of Spider-Man, Hulk, Dick Tracy, Groucho Marx, Freak Brother & Plastic Man; full page ad for Ray & Black Condor Flashback SE by Lou Fine; SOLD OUT );

#115(January 30; T.B.G. Salutes the Fan Artist-c by Marc Hempel; Weight = 165 Grams; full page San Diego Comic Con ad; full page ad for New York Star Trek Con 76; 1/2 page ad for REH's CONAN portfolio by NEAL ADAMS with 4"x5" illo; 1/2 page ad for Columbus Comic Con with 4-1/2"x6-1/2" Virgil Finlay illo; 2 page Graphic Gallery 6 ad with Tarzan & Prince Valiant by Foster & Krazy Kat illos; 2 page Russ Cochrane Comic Strip origianl art ad includes 4"x 6" Carl BARKS comic art page; full page ad for Scarface (Howard the) Duck Poster with 8"x10" illo by Frank BRUNNER; 6 pages Beautiful Balloons #41 by Don * Maggie Thompson; Goodguy = 2 pages comics by Hanley; 3 pages = Worlds Ugliest Man illustrations contest winners with many illos; 1/2 page ad for Variety & Collectors Books store with 5" x 10" CARTOON illo by Jim Engel of Spider-Man, Hulk, Dick Tracy, Groucho Marx, Freak Brother & Plastic Man; FN = $12);

#116(February 6; The Shadow & Doctor Doom-c by Russ Maheras; 1/4 page Waly Simonson illo for Grey God Passes ad; 2-page King portfolio ad by Russ Cochrane, with Flash Gordon by Raymond & Krazy Kat illos; ** 2 page Russ Cochrane ad with full page Buck Rogers illo by FRAZETTA & 1/2 page Untamed Love illo by Frazetta; 2-page TK-II ad with 14 illos by JEFF JONES, including Lithographs, Red Shadows, Idyl, Abyss Portfolio & print; full page ad for Canada's scarce Sorcera #1; Weight = 280 Grams; 1/2 page ad for REH's CONAN portfolio by NEAL ADAMS with 4"x5" illo; 1/2 page ad for Fem Fantastique with Bill Black-a; full page ad for Maryland Funny Book Festival #3; full page ad for Edgar Allan Poe portfolio by BERNI WRIGHTSON with illo; 1/2 page ad for Columbus Comic Con with 4-1/2"x6-1/2" Virgil Finlay illo; 12 page Howard Rogofsky Catalogue ad; SOLD OUT );

#117( February 13; Spy Smasher, from 1942 Republic Serials-c by B. Murphy; full page ad for Scarface (Howard the) Duck Poster with 8"x10" illo by Frank BRUNNER; full page ad for RBCC with 7"x9: Warlock illo by Jim STARLIN; 2-page Gerstenhaber ad with illos by Frazetta, Jeff Jones(Idyl), Kirby, Corben, Eisner etc; 2-page Star Trek Houston Con 76 ad; full page San Diego con ad; 1/2 page ad for REH's CONAN portfolio by NEAL ADAMS with 4"x5" illo; Article with illo states Capt Canuck #3 had 185,000 copies printed, with 75,000 shipped to USA; Carmine Infantino is Fired; full page Pittcon 76 ad with 5"x7" HULK illo; Goodguy = 2 + 2 = 4 pages comics by Hanley; 2-page Dispoto Original Art Ad with twelve 2-3/4" x 4" illos including Crandall, Williamson, Jeff Jones, Starlin, Neal Adams, Kirby, Gulacy, Barry Smith & Wrightson; 9 pages Bulletman & Bulletgirl comics; Weight = 240 Grams; SOLD OUT);

#119(February 27; Barbarian Battling an Alien, Girl in Bondage-c; full page ad for Mediascene #18 with 10" x 12" SHADOW illo by STERANKO; full page ad for Detroit Triple Fan Fair Con; full page ad for California Casual Con 3; full page ad for Scarface (Howard the) Duck Poster with 8"x10" illo by Frank BRUNNER; Weight = 185 Grams; 2-page ad for Super DC Con 76 with Superman & Batman illos by Neal ADAMS; full page ad for ELRIC Print by Bob Gould; full page ad for IDYL book with 5"x7" illo by Jeff JONES; full page ad for San Diego con; full page ad for Hannes Bok II with 2 illos; full page ad for Demons by Kenneth Smith; 2-1/2 page Chonology of Marvel Superheroes Listings, with Spider-Man, Iron Man, Hulk, Daredevil, etc; List of where Marvel VALUE STAMPS #1-100 apeared; 1-3/4 page info center by Don Rosa with Spirit illo; 1/2 page ad for REH's CONAN portfolio by NEAL ADAMS with 4"x5" illo; 1/4 page ad for Heroes Inc #1 with Wally WOOD cover illo; 1/2 page ad for Siegfried poster, with 3x4" WRIGHTSON illo; FN=$14; VG=$10);

#120(March 5; Milton Caniff's Terry and the Pirates-c by B. Murphy; full page ad for Kentucky's Omnicon; 1/2 page ad for Siegfried poster, with 3x4" WRIGHTSON illo; full page ad for Star Reach with 6-1/2" x 9-1/2" Frank BRUNNER cover illo & smaller Starlin & Adams illos; full page West Con II ad; full page Gerstenhaber fanzine ad with illos including; 3 Idyl illos by Jeff Jones, Bode, Frazetta & Corben; 1/4 page ad for Elements #3 with 2x4" Frazetta illo; 1/2 page G&T Ent ad for Marvel Index #1-14 with Spider-man illo; 1/2 page a for Seattle Leap Year comics con; 1/2 page ad for Syzygy mag with Jeff Jones, Steranko etc (NO illo); 2-page ad for Super DC Con 76 with Superman & Batman illos by Neal ADAMS; full page ad for IDYL book with 5"x7" illo by Jeff JONES; full page ad for Edgar Allan Poe portfolio by BERNI WRIGHTSON with illo; full page ad for Hannes Bok II with 2 illos; Weight = 220 Grams; SOLD OUT);

#120(March 5; Milton Caniff's Terry and the Pirates-c by B. Murphy; full page ad for Kentucky's Omnicon; 1/2 page ad for Siegfried poster, with 3x4" WRIGHTSON illo; full page ad for Star Reach with 6-1/2" x 9-1/2" Frank BRUNNER cover illo & smaller Starlin & Adams illos; full page West Con II ad; full page Gerstenhaber fanzine ad with illos including; 3 Idyl illos by Jeff Jones, Bode, Frazetta & Corben; 1/4 page ad for Elements #3 with 2x4" Frazetta illo; Weight = 160 Grams; 3-Sections; VG, but missing Section-2 pages 25-48, listed items still included = $6);

#121(March 12; Captain America & Bucky Flag-c by Interfan; 1/2 page ad for REH's CONAN portfolio by NEAL ADAMS with 4"x5" illo; 2-page Bruce Hamilton ad for rare DONALD DUCK Cartoon Movie Posters with 52 illos; 1/4 page Paragon ad with Bill Black-a; full page ad for IDYL book with 5"x7" illo by Jeff JONES; 1/2 page article on Ralph Bakshi's COONSKIN Animated Cartoon with illo; Goodguy = 2 pages comics by Hanley; Weight = 170 Grams; VG/FN = $12);

#122(March 19; Linda Lovecraft-c by Mike Vosburg; 2 pages of CORBEN illos for Bloodstar ad; 1/2 page ad for REH's CONAN portfolio by NEAL ADAMS with 4"x5" illo; full page ad for IDYL book with 5"x7" illo by Jeff JONES; 2 page Mile High ad for Roger Dean Posters with 20 illos; full page ad for Star Reach with 6-1/2" x 9-1/2" Frank BRUNNER cover illo & smaller Starlin & Adams illos; 4 page ad for Flashback comics, including ad for Buck Rogers posters with 3-1/2"x2-1/2" FRAZETTA illo; 1/2 page ad for 7-11 Marvel Superhero Slurpee Cups with List of all & 60 small illos; Weight = 220 Grams; VG/FN=$12; G/VG=$9);

#123(March 26; Swamp Creature by Ric Cruz & Sam De La Rosa; full page ad for RBCC with 6" x 13" Axe Murderer illo by WRIGHTSON & 3" Shadow illo by Don Rosa; full page ad for New Heroic Posters = Four 4" x 5" illos by FRAZETTA; 2 page Ad for marvel Art Review #1 with Howard the Duck & Man-Thing-c; 1/4 page article on counterfeit Warren Eerie #1's; 2 page info center by Don Rosa with 2 Rosa illos; full page Sal Quartuccio ad with illos by Corben, Morrow & Barr; full page ad for Chicago comic con with Skip Williamson-a; full page ad for King Portfolio one with Raymond & Herriman-a; 1/2 page ad for Kentucky's Omnicon; Goodguy vs THUG = 2 pages comics by Hanley; Weight = 285 Grams; VG = $11);

#124(April 2; Plastic Man vs Shazam battle-c by Hanley; 6th Anniversary; full page ad for Star Reach with 6-1/2" x 9-1/2" Frank BRUNNER cover illo & smaller Starlin & Adams illos; 2 page ad for Houston Con & Star Trek Con 76; 3-1/2"x4" Ram & Peacock ad illo by Barry Windsor-Smith; full page Toronto Fancon ad with 10x11" 4-Panels IDYL comic illos by Motter made to look like Jeff Jones-a, Jones was a guest at the con; 1/4 page Girl Whirl ad with Bill WARD illo; 1/4 page Seattle Comiic & Nostalgia Con ad with 1-1/2" Spider-Man illo; 1/2 page Jackson Comic & Film con ad; 1/2 page ad for Frank FRAZETTA index with 5x9" Frazetta illo; 1/2 page ad for Robert Crumb's Melotoons #2 with 3 illos; full page ad for New Heroic Posters = Four 4" x 5" illos by FRAZETTA; full page Sal Quartuccio ad with illos by Corben, Morrow & Barr; full page Comic Art Showcase ad with 1/2 page "Dead Run" illo = by Jeff Jones; Full page 1976 Pheonix Comic, Star Trek & SF Film Con, with 2x3" Spider-Man illo; Weight = 285 Grams;SOLD OUT);

#125(April 9; TBG Salutes & Supports Fanzines-c by Vojtko; full page D-Con / Dallas ad; 1/2 page ad for Cities & Scenes of the Ancient World with 3x6" Roy G, Krenkel illo; Ad with 2x3" Thunda & Untamed Love illos by Frazetta; full page ad for Finlay's Femmes with 5x8" illo by Virgil Finlay; full page ad for Limited Capt Marvel Jr Print, with 4-1/2x6-1/2" illo by C.C. Beck; 2 photo's of Leonard Nimoy as Sherlock Holmes; Tarzan, a Salute to ERB = 2 page article by Kevin Hancer, with 4 illos & 9 photo's; 3x7" BATGIRL illo by Fujitake; 3" Neal Adams illo for Amazing World of DC SE #1; full page ad for San Diego Comic Festival con; 2 pages CORBEN illos for

Bloodstar ad; Weight = 200 Grams; FN/VF=$16; VG/FN=$12);

#126(April 16; Captain Marvel, Black Panther & Son of Satan vs Aliens Battle Scene-c; full page ad for (Star) Trek On 76 con; full page ad for Omnicon; 1/2 page ad for Paragon's Macabre Western with 3x5" Ghost Rider illo; 1/2 page ad for Nemedian Chronicles with 3x4" FRAZETTA illo; 2 page ad for Houston Con & Star Trek Con 76; 6-page Jack Hunt Catalogue ad; Full page ad for Captain CANUCK #1-3 & Posters by Doug Sulipa with Richard Comely & George Freeman illos; full page ad for Bloodstar book & print, with 5 illos by CORBEN; 1/2 page ad for Tampa Con 1976; 2-page ad for Detroit Triple Fan Fair Con with 5x9" illo by Joe KUBERT; full page ad for Finlay's Femmes with 5x8" illo by Virgil Finlay; 1/2 page ad for Akron Ohio Comic Book Show = cartoons by Vojtko; 2 page Nostalgia Ent Original art ad, with illos by Foster, Hogarth, & 1-1/2" x 6" Barry Smith illo; 2 page ad for Phil Seuling's Hotel Commodore Con in NYC; with Weight = 330 Grams; SOLD OUT);

#127(April 23; Goodguy-c with Superman, by Hanley; 1/4 page add to Fantastic Nudes with 5x5" Fabian illo; full page ad for Merlin & Homunculus poster, with 7-1/2"x9" Frank BRUNNER illo; full page ad for Nashville's Western Film Festival; 2 page ad for Phil Seuling's Hotel Commodore Con in NYC; 1/2 page ad for paragon's Tara, with Bill Black-a; 7 pages of Spy Smasher GA comics; 1/2 page G&T Ent ad for Marvel Index #1-14 with Spider-man illo; 1/4 page ad for Girl Whirl con with Bill Ward-a; full page ad for Bloodstar book & print, with 5 illos by CORBEN; full page ad for Ohio's West Con 2; Weight = 220 Grams; FN/VF=$14; FN=$12);

#128(April 30; DC's DEMON-c by Flame Taylor; full page ad for Vaugn Bode's Cheech Wizard & Deadbone with illos; 4 page Ken Mitchell catalogue ad; full page Ohio's West Con 2 ad; 2 page ad for CONAN Queen of the Black Coast portfolio with 9x12" Stephen Fabian illo; full page Heroic Fantasy posters ad with four 2-1/4x3" illos, art by Mike KALUTA, Berni WRIGHTSON & Hickman; 1/2 page ad for Freaks, Hunter & Visitor Prints with three 2-1/4"x3" illos by Berni WRIGHTSON; 1/2 page ad for Fantastic Nudes with 7x8" Fabian illo; full page ad for Kentucky's Omnicon; Weight = 285 Grams; VG/FN=$12; G/VG=$9);

#129(May 7; BATMAN, Catwoman, Riddler, Two Face, Penguin & Joker-c by Mattingly; full page William Stout Prints ad with 2 illos; full page Bode books ad with 2 illos; full page RBCC ad with 7-1/2"x9-1/2" Dracula illo by Mike Zeck, & 3-1/2"x6" Tarzan illo by Don Rosa; full page ad for Neal Adams & Jack Kirby portfolios = no illos; 4" Jack KIRBY photo; 2-1/3 page info Center with Plastic man illo by Don Rosa; 6 pages Spy Smasher GA comics; full page B. Singer ad includes; 4x5" Shadows illo by Jeff Jones, & 3 Berni WRIGHTSON illos; full page original art ad with 2 Eisner illos; 1/2 page Kirby art ad, with swiped Silver Surfer illo; Weight = 185 Grams; SOLD OUT);

#130(May 14; Superheroes & Supervillians battle cover by Machlan-Herring; full page Earthart Graphics Prints ad includes these illos; Cleopatra by Frank Brunner, Fantasic Universe with Dr Strange & Howard the Duck by Brunner, Neal Adams & Craig Russell; full page Nova Five comi-con with 7x7" STERANKO illo; full page California Alternative Press ad with 6-1/2"x10" illo by Frank BRUNNER; full page G.B. Love ad with Captain marvel Jr Original Paintings for sale, with two 4x5" illos by C.C. Beck; full page Heroic Fantasy posters ad with four 2-1/4x3" illos, art by Mike KALUTA, Berni WRIGHTSON & Hickman; 1/2 page ad for Freaks, Hunter & Visitor Prints with three 2-1/4"x3" illos by Berni WRIGHTSON; 1/2 page ad for Finlay's Femmes with 6x9" illo by Virgil Finaly; 1/2 page ad for Neal ADAMS Treasury with 4-1/2x6" illo; full page Comic Reader ad with 5x8" Batman & Joker illo by Aparo; 1/8 page ad with Nude Jungle Girl illo by Frazetta; full page ad for Red Sonja poster by Frank Thorne; full page ad for Heritage color prints with five 2x3" illos by; Kelly Freas, Jeff Jones, Berni Wrightson, Roy G. Krenkel & B.B. Sams; Weight = 265 Grams; VG=$10);

#131(May 21; Mandrake the Magician pulling Howard the Duck comics out of hat-c by Fred Fredericks; full page Chicago comicon ad; full page RBCC ad with 7x7-1/2" illo by Tom Sutton & Tarzan by Don Rosa illo; full page America Comic Book Co ad with 5" William Stout illo; 2 page original comic art ad with 16 illos including Reese, Ploog, Marcos, Lopez, Kirby, etc; 2 page Detroit Triple Fan Fair con with 5x9" Joe Kubert illo; 1/4 page Ithacon ad with 3x4" Capt America illo by Kirby; 7 pages of GA Spy Smasher comics; 1/2 page Nova Five comi-con with 4x4" STERANKO illo; full page California Alternative Press ad with 6-1/2"x10" illo by Frank BRUNNER; Weight = 185 Grams; FN/VF=$14);

#132(May 28; Warlock-c by Flame Taylor; full page ad for Casual Con 4; full page ad for Brunner Mystique with 7x8" Brunner illo; 1/2 page add to Harvey Kurtzman Index with illo; 3 page Dispoto Original Art ad with five 4x6" illos including; Neal Adams, Colan, Everett, Paul Gulacy & Barry Smith; 2 page Detroit Triple Fan Fair con with 5x9" Joe Kubert illo; 1/2 page TKII ad with Idyl illo by Jones & Abyss portfooio with 4 illos including Jeff Jones, Kaluta & Wrightson; 1/2 page ad by artist Gene Colan selling original art with Dracula & Dr Strange illos by Colan; full page ad for Wonderful World of Marvel with Howard the Duck & Dr Doom illos; Weight = 280 Grams; SOLD OUT);

#133(June 4; Starbright & Zero Hero-c by Harvey; full page Hostoncon & Star Trek 76 cons ad; full page Miami Star Trek & SF con ad; 1/2 page ST Benefit Portfolio with 2" Wrightson & Simonson illos; 1/2 page Paragon ad with Bill Black-a; 2 pages about Arkon Ohio con with 9 Photo's; 1/2 page on TV Wonder Woman with 4" Lynda Carter photo; 3 pages Bulletman GA comics; full page ad for Brunner Mystique with 7x8" Brunner illo; Weight = 190 Grams; FN/VF=$12);

#134(June 11; Dick Tracy & Rogues Gallery / TBG salutes Chester Gould-c by B. Murphy; full page ad for Brunner Mystique with 7x8" Brunner illo; full page ad for Casual Con 4; full page ad for Chimera with P. Craig Russell-a; 1/3 page ad for In Light of Future days poster with 4x6" Neal ADAMS illo; 1/3 page ad for Undine print with 2x5" P. Craig Russell illo; 1/2 page ad for Visions portfolio with 6-1/2"x10" Virgil Finlay illo; full page ad for Wonderful World of Marvel with 5x5" Howard the Duck illo by Frank Brunner; full page ad for Louisville's Omnicon with 3" Shadow-c illo by Kaluta & 6" Howard the Duck cartoon by Epstein; full page ad for Toronto Star Trek '76 con; full page ad for Venture #5 with 3x7" Neal Adams illo; Weight = 285 Grams; FN=$12);

#135(June 18; Barbarian vs Centaur-c by Flame Taylor; full page ad for RBCC with 6-1/2"x8-1/2" illo of Magnus by Fabian & 2 illos by Don Rosa; full page ad for Louisville's Omnicon with 2" Howard the Duck illo by Frank Brunner; Full page ad for Captain CANUCK #1-3 & Posters by Doug Sulipa with Richard Comely & George Freeman illos; 4 page Bud Plant catalogue; 3 page HARLAN ELLISON Interview hosted by Tom Snyder; 1/2 page ad for Venture #5 with 2x5" Neal Adams illo; Weight = 170 Grams; VG, but pages 27-32,41-44 are missing = $4);

#140(July 23; TV's Superman & Lois Lane-c by Fred Hembeck; "Readership 9200"; full page CPL Gang ad with 3x4-1/2" Doomsday poster illo by Neal Adams, 3x3' Adam & Eave poster illo by Wally Wood, 4x5" Witzend illo by Wally Wood; full page ad for Atlanta Comics & Fantasy Fair with 5" Howard the Duck illo; full page ad for Chicago comicon; full page ad for Bay Con with illos by Neal Adams, Kane & Aragones; 1/2 page ad for Fantasticon Five, guest starring Steve Gerber, with Howard the Duck & Red Sonja illos; full page ad for Green Princess poster with 5-1/2x8" illo by BORIS Vallejo; 2 page Nova distributors ad with illos of; Chimera by P. Craig Russell, Cleaopatra by Frank Brunner, Neal Adams, Frazetta/Williamson portfolio, Wizard of Lemuria by Barry Windsor-Smith; full page Chuck Miller ad for Dying Earth by Jack Vance with 4-1/2"x7" illo by George Barr; 4 page Bud plant catalogue; Weight = 240 Grams; SOLD OUT);

#145(August 27; 9 Photo's from San Diego Comic Con-c; full page ad for Duckaneer (Howard the Duck & Sexy Girl) Poster with 8"x10" illo by Frank BRUNNER; 2-page ad for NY Nostalgia con; 2-page ad by Christopher Enterprises includes these illos; 10xWrightson, 2xRoy.G.Krenkel, 3xAlex Nino, 6xMike Kaluta, 1xNeal Adams, 2xHickman, 1xBarry Smith; 1/4 page Girl Whirl ad with Bill Ward-a; 1/2 page ad for Orlando con 76 with Jack Davis illo; ** 9 page report on San Diego Comic Con with 52 Photo's, including; Ray Bradbury, Joe Shuster, Aragones, Mel Blanc, Russ Myers, Chaykin, Steranko, Starlin, Caniff, etc; 1/2 page ad for Fem Fantastique with Bill Black-a; Weight = 190 Grams; SOLD OUT);

#152(October 15; Batman, Robin, the Joker-c by B. Murphy; full page ad for Creation con; 2-page ad for Boston's New Con 76 with 4x6" Carl Barks illo, 3" Batman & 4" Wonder Woman illos; full page ad for ELRIC poster with 7x9" Tim Conrad illo; full page ad for QUACK #1 with Duckaneer 5x7" illo by Frank BRUNNER; 1/4 page ad for NCS Portfolio with Sgt Rock by Kubert illo; 1/4 page ad for Sally Worth with Wally Wood illos; full page ad for Cleveland Comic con with 10" Superman illo; 1/2 page ad for Detroit comic Con with 3x5" Wrightson illo; Weight = 250 Grams; FN/VF = $14);

#158(November 28; Enemy Ace cover by Flame Taylor; 3 page Doug Sulipa catalogue ad; 7-page Bud Plant catalogue with 28 x 2" illos, including; Adams, Bode, Smith etc; full page ad for Sea-Con 76 with 5x8" Conan illo; full page ad for Star Trek Crew posters, with 6-1/2"x9" Ken Barr illo; full page ad for REH artist Marcus Boas poster with 5x6" illo; 1/2 page ad for Robert Crumb Carload O'Comics with illos; full page ad for Belladonna poster with 7x10" illo by Frank Brunner; Weight = 275 Grams; VG = $12);

#162(December 24; Pogo, Albert & Howard the Duck-c by Ken Kramer; full page ACBC ad with Scott Shaw illo; 4 page Calvin Slobodian catalogue; full page ad for Winged Woman poster with 9x10" illo by Frank Brunner; full page ad for Chicago Comicon 77, with 6x7" Skip Williamson illo; 1/2 page ad for de Camp Conan Record; 1/2 page ad for Pittcon 77; 1/2 page ad for REH's Bran Mak Morn portfolio (Limited edition of 20 hand colored copies @ $150 ea) with 3x4-1/2" Frank Brunner illo; full page ad for CPL Gang with illos by Wally Wood & Neal Adams; 1/2 page ad by artist Gene Colan for Original Art by request with 3x4" Howard the Duck illo & 4x4" Dracula illo by Colan; full page ad by B.Singer includes; Fantasy Post cards with 2" Jeff Jones illo, 3 Wrightson illos & Simonson illo; full page ad for ELRIC poster with 7x9" Tim Conrad illo; Weight = 225 Grams; SOLD OUT);




1977 - TBG / CBG; The Buyer's Guide for Comic Fandom

#176 (April 1; Spaceman on Alien Landscape-c by Kelez; ** Includes; Ad to ERB Library of illustration; Star Reach ad with Elric by Jones illo; 8-1/2 page Cataloged by Doug Sulipa; Section-1 only, pages 1-24, VG = $4);
#177 (April 8; Goodguy-c & 2 page comics story by Hanley; ** Includes; 1pg Demon's Breath ad by Richard Corben; Wonder Woman illo by Petilli; Now What by Murray Bishop; 1pg Pacific Comics ad with Frazetta illo; 1pg Overstreet #7 ad with Card Barks-a; PittCon ad; SF Horror & Fantasy Con ad; 2pg Sea-Con '77 ad; G/VG = $10);
#180 (April 29; Popeye-c by Donnie Pichford; 120 pages; ** Includes; Cartoon Show report - Jerome K Muller collection; 4pg Tony Dispoto Original Ad with illos by Barry Smith & Starlin; 1/2 pg Shadow as with Kaluta-a; NewCon 4-1/2 pages interviews with Photo's of Carl Barks, John Stanley, Jim Steranko & Kaluta; NewCon ad with Red Sonja by Thorne illo; Chicgo Comicon '77 ad; 1pg Pacific Comics ad with Frazetta-a; PittCon ad; 4pg Bud Plant ad with many items & many illos; RBCC ad = Fabian & Zeck-a; 2pg Seuling 10th Annual Comic Art Con ad; 8pg Jack Hunt catalogue; BayCon III ad = Workman illo with Spider-Man, Batman, Flash & Superman; Nightcap Portfolio by Ploog ad; Herrinton Original Art ad with illos by Brunner, Colan, Gulacy & Starlin; Daydreams portfolio ad by Tim Conrad; Goodguy 2 page comics story by Hanley; SF Horror & Fantasy Expo ad; Ariel ad with Frazetta & Corben illos; Sally Forth ad - Wally Wood illo; Creation Con ad; All American Comic Con ad = Steranko, Kurtzman, Schomberg & Aragones illos; Fans of Central Jersey ad = John Byrne illo; FN/VF = $16);

#182 (May 13; Vampirella, Uncle Creepy & Eerie-c by Marc Hempel; ** Includes; 4pg Bud Plant ad with many items & many illos; 2pg HoustonCon '77 ad; 3 page Convention Calendar with 5 photo's including Jim Steranko; 1pg Pacific Comics ad with Frazetta-a; Joe Kurbert illos; 2pg Detroit Triple Fan Fair ad - Harryhausen guest; 1/2pg Fem Forever ad by Bill Black; FN/VF = $16; VG/FN=$12);

#184 (May 27; THOR vs Galactus-c by Blyberg; ** Includes; Lancaster Con report; 3pgs Goodguy comics by Hanley; 2pg Seuling 10th Annual Comic Art Con ad; Windsor McKay Original art ad; 1pg Vaughn Bode Collection & Das Kampf ad; Capt Marvel by Don Rosa illo; 1pg ad for Rare Frazetta with illo; BayCon III ad = Workman illo with Spider-Man, Batman, Flash & Superman; Sea-Con ad with 3 Howard the Duck parody illos; 3 GA Timely illos, 1pg = Capt America, Human Torch & Sub-Mariner by Alex Schomburg for Collectors Showcase ad; 2pg RBCC ad with illos by Don Rosa, Zeck & Sutton; 2pg Soujourn ad with Kubert-a; 2pg Atlanta Comics & Fantasy Fair ad; FN=$12; and FN/VF but 1/3 pg missing = $7);

#185 (June 3; Spacemen & Alien on strange Planet-c by Russ Maheras; ** Includes; Shell Original art ad with Ploog, Chaykin, Everett & Buscema illos; Sally Forth ad - wally Wood-a; 1pg DallasCon '77 ad with Buster Crabbe; Shel Dorf interviews Russ Cochran; Now What by Bishoff; 3pgs Creation Con Photo's, includes; Jeff Jones, Wendy Pini as Red Sonja, Goulart, & Barry Windsor-Smith & Charles Vess; 4-1/2 pg Shel Dorf interviews Harrison Ford with Star Wars photo's; Alex Nino illo; 2pg Goodguy comics by Hanley; FN/VF=$16; VG/FN=$12);

#187 (June 17; GA CAPTAIN AMERICA vs Hitler & Red Skull FLAG cover with Moman in Bondage by Susor; ** Includes; Derring Deeds portfolio ad; 2pg Convention calendar with 2 photo's includes Jim Steranko; Nick Fury illo by Gulacy for Eldorado comics; 2pg MeadowCon ad with Jeff Jones Idyl illo; 3/4 pag Thing & Superman comic strip; full page Lindsay Wagner portrait = early illo by DAVE STEVENS; Lindsay Wagner interview; 2pg Goodguy comics by Hanley; Herrington Original Art ad with illos by = Brunner, Colan, Gulacy, Kane/Nebres; 2pg Mile High ad with full page illo of Dr Doom, Hulk, Jack Kirby & Silver Surfer by Robin; 2pg Batman Pinup Poster with dead Robin & Joker by Patterson; FN/VF = $18);

#188 (June 24; Conan the Barbarian-c by Randy Lance; ** Includes; 3pg Shel Dorf interviews Russ Manning with Photo's & illos; 2pg Goodguy comics by Hanley; 2pg Pinup Poster of Tarzan by Russ Manning; 2 Carl Barks original art sketch illos on pg 70; WAAC Con ad; FN = $15);

#189 (July 1; Tarzan-c by Steven Kelez; ** Includes; 9 pages "Greenhorn" parody comics by Hanley, with GA Green Lantern Hulk, Flash, Capt America, Avengers, Batman & Robin, JLA, Wonder Woman, Fantastic Four & Spider-Man; Mythisizing of Frazetta with Photo; 3pg DallasCon ad with Buster Crabbe; 1/2pg Sea-Con ad with Brunner illos; 2pgs Star Wars with Photo's; FN/VF = $16);

#190 (July 8; 52 page bonus Mile High Comics Back issue Catalogue with the Original Listing of the EDGAR CHURCH Comics Collection; SOLD OUT);
#191 (July/15; Howard the Duck & Manthing-c by Randy Lance; ** Includes; Shel Dorf interviews Don Rico; 1/2pg Sea-Con ad with Brunner illos; World Color Press Day with Photo's; Info Center by Don Rosa with illo; Convention Calendar; Stan Lee visits Book World ad with 3 Photo's; Kull II Portfolio ad by Severin; FN = $15);

#194 (August 5; Fash Gordon cover by Roy Kinnard & Russ Maheras; ** Includes; 5pg Supergraphics ad for Barry Smith, Frazetta & Misc items, with Steranko illo; 3pg Goodguy comics by Hanley; only Sections 1 and 4 pages 1-24,73-80 remain, FN = $6);

#195 (August 12; Red Ryder Tribute-c by Murphy; ** Includes; 1/4 page photo of Frazetta; 1/4pg ad for Dark Fantasy with Neal Adams-a; 1pg Faerie Star mag ad with Dave Sim illo & Gene Day ilo; 4 pages "Greenhorn" parody comics by Hanley, with Hitler, EC Witches, Phantom & Plastic Man; FN = $15);

#196 (August 19; Sci-Fi Cover by Jay Massena; ** Includes; RBCC ad with Zeck & Fabian illos, Batman illos; 2pg Creation summer Con ad; FN = $13);
#197 (August 26; Frankenstein & his Bride-c by Shel Dorf; ** Includes; 6 pages "Greenhorn" parody comics by Hanley, with Plastic Man, Capt Marvel, Hitler; FN/VF = $16);

#198 (September 2; Flash Gordon-c by Dan Hoffman; ** Includes; 1pg Alice in Wonderland portfoilio ad by Brunner; 1/2 pg Art Show mag ad with Frazetta illo; NewCon '77 Boston Con ad with Red Sonja illo by Thorne; FN/VF = $16);

#199 (September 9; BATMAN-c; ** Includes; Graphic Illustyrations mag #1 ad with Krenkel & Jeff Jones illos; Chicago ComicCon report, with Photo's of Stan Lee, Chester Gould, etc; FN/VF, but 1/3 page missing = $8);

#200 (September 16; Cover by Hanley; ** Includes; ** Section-1 Only with only pages 1-8, FN/VF = $4);

#201 (September 23; Photo-c of Walter Koenig & collection; ** Includes; 5pg Shel Dorf interviews Walter Koenig with Photo's; 4pg Captain America Bunny comics by Hanley; Sal Q ad with 2 x Neal Adams illos; FN = $15);

#203 (October 7; Superman vs the Thing, Batman vs Captain American, Green Arrow vs Daredevil, Hercules-c by Jerry Ordway; ** Includes; 1pg Will Eisner portfolio ad with 3 Photo's; 1pg Tarzan by Hogarth ad; Shel Dorf interviews Mike Friedrich with 4 Neal Adams illo pages; Info Center with Ragman illo by Don Rosa; Pacific comic Portfolios ad with Wrightson illo; Ithaca Batman illo by Milgrom; FN/VF = $16);

#206 (October 28; Hulk, Thor & Abomination-c by Herring; 1pg Ayisha & Moonrise Sunrise printed by Mike Kaluta; Star Reach as with Brunner illo; Herrington Original Art ad with illos by Gulacy, Starlin, Colan & Brunner; Tarzan ad illo by Alex Nino;1pg Frazetta Memory Book ad with illos; 1pg Bizarre Thrills ad with Bill Black-a; Toronto Dragon Lady Comic Show with Spider-Man & Batman illos; ** Includes; FN = $14);

#207 (November 4; Aliens cover by Eric Vincent; ** Includes;Collectors Showcase Original Art paintings auction with illos = Capt America Human Torch & Sub-Mariner by Schomburg, GA Green Lantern by Paul Reinman, Capt Marvel by C.C. Beck; 2pg Star Wars Photo Pinup poster; 1pg Dark Eagle ad for 3 x Frazetta portfolios with illos; Jenette Kahn illo by Neal Adams; Atlant con report with Photo's; Beautiful Baloons by Don & Maggie Thompson; 8pgs Bulletman comics; 2pg Creation con ad; FN/VF = $14; FN=$12);

#209 (November 18; George Reeves as Superman Photo-c; ** Includes; Eldorado comics ad with 4x8" Spider-Man illo by John Byrne; 5pgs Bulletman comics; 1pg Dateline: Spider-Man comics by Fred Hembeck; 6pg Dispoto Original art ad with illos by; Adams, Starlin, Wrightson, Kirby, Kubert & Barry Smith; Now What by Bishoff, with Len Wein & Stan Lee photos, Neal Adasms illos; 1pg Dark Eagle ad for 3 x Frazetta portfolios with illos; 3 small original Carl Barks sketches ad on pag 68; FN/VF = $15; VG/FN=$12);
#210 (November 25; Fantastic Four & Nick Fury-c by Parker; ** Includes; Tarzan by Hogath ads; 1pg Black Rose ad with Jeff Jones illo; Spirit portfolio ad by Eisner; 1/4 page Eldorado comics ad with Spider-Man illo by John Byrne; 1/2 pg Diamant original art ad with Spider-Man illo by Romita; FN = $14);

#211 (December 2; Conan, Kull, Kane-c by Butch Guice; ** Includes; Info Center with Adam Strange illo by Don Rosa; 6pg Bud Plant Catalouge Ad with many items & many illos, including Barry Smith & Wrightson; 4pgs Disney comics; Beautiful Balloons with Spider-Man illo by Saldana; 12 page Miniteman comics; 1pg NYCA Gallery ad with illos by Wrightson, Jeff Jones, Kaluta; FN/VF = $15);

#212 (December 9; Alien Battle Fantasy-c; ** Includes; Oneonta Comic Book Club; 1pg Fate Sowing the Stars by Barry Smith ad; 1/2 pg Frazetta Golden Girl ad; 12pg Sparkle City catalog; Weird Sex portfolio ad - Wally Wood-a; 1pg Camelot ad for Wally Wood art with illos; FN/VF = $14);

#213 (December 16; 40+ Marvel & DC Characters-c with Spider-Man, Hulk, Dracula, Flash etc by Fred Hembeck; ** Includes; 1pg DateLine: Flash comics by Fred Hembeck; 4-1/2 page Shel Dorf interviews JACK KIRBY with 10 Photo's; 4pgs Minuteman comics; Weird Sex portfolio ad - Wally Wood-a; Herrington Original art ad with illos by = Colan, Gulacy, Kane; Frazetta Golden Girl ad; Virgil Finlay ad; FN/VF = $18);

#214 (December 23; Li'l Abner - Al Capp Tribute-c by Murphy; ** Includes; Direct Current ad with DC Heroes by Staton illo; 7pag Bud Plant catalog ad with many illos; Weird Sex portfolio ad - Wally Wood-a; Frazetta Golden Girl ad; FN/VF=$14; FN=$12);
#215 (December 30; Lord Aragorn-c by Flame Taylor; ** Includes; Evening with Noel Neill; 1pg DateLine: Captain Marvel comics by Fred Hembeck; Spider-Man illo by Hembeck for Media Report; Weird Sex portfolio ad - Wally Wood-a; Frazetta Golden Girl ad; 50% of page 17-18 missing, otherwise FN = $6);



1978 - TBG / CBG; The Buyer's Guide for Comic Fandom

#216(January 6; Barbarians vs Evil Spirits-c by Flame Taylor; Realworld ad with Rand Holmes, Gould & Brunner illos; 1pg DC Direct Currents Ad with Staton-a; 2pg Shayol #1 ad with Tim Kirk photo & Barry Smith illo; 1pg ad with illo for Wally Wood Sex portfolio; 1pg Ad for Frazetta's Golden Girl print; 4-1/2 page Styx/ Joe Krolik ad; FN/VF $12);

#218(January 20; Spirit & Captain Marvel-c by HANLEY; 1pg Ad for Frazetta's Golden Girl print; 1pg RBCC Ad with Zeck-a; 1pg DC Direct Currents Ad with Staton-a; 1pg Original Art Ad with NO illos of Adams, Byrne, Starlin, Gulacy etc; 1pg Funny Book Festival Con ad with Wrightson-a; 1pg ad for ART SHOW Fantasy Art monthly mag with Hickman illo only - Mag contained Wrightson, Kaluta, Jeff Jones, Kline etc; 10pg Sparkle City ad; Hulk vs Thing illo for Cartoon Carnival ad; 6pg Book Sail ad; Spider-Man illo by BYRNE for 1/4pg El Dorado ad; 1pg Ad for PEREZ - the Accent on the first E Portfolio with illo of Green Lantern, Batman, thing, Red Sonja & Howard the Duck; VG = $12);

#220[February 3; The Dragon Lady-c by B. Murphy; 5pg Ad for Gem Mint DELL comics by Bill Cole; 7pg BUD PLANT ad with illos by Wrightson, Wood, Barrks, Nino, Smith, Frazetta & Kubert; Section-1 and 4 only with pages 1-24 & 97-116 remaining; pages 25-96 are Missing, rest is VG = $6);

#226(March 17; Lord of the Morgul Host-c by Stephen Taylor; 1pg Women in Comics ad; 1pg Magnacon '78 Ad - Guests were Starlin, Milgom & Simonson; 2pg Photo pinup of 4 mystery Men - Artists?; 1pg Toronto Comic Con ad; 1pg Wally Wood & Will Eisner portfolios ad; 1pg ad for SABRE Poster by Paul Gulacy; Dr Strange & Howard the Duck illos by Gene Colan for Cartoon Carnival ad; 3pg Weinberg ad for Asterix, 2000 AD & Tarzan & Spider-Man / Capt Britain UK Comics; DREAMS fanzine as with Barry Smith illo - Mag contained Beck, Crandall, Starlin, Wrightson, Williamson, Adams, Crumb, Frazetta, Jeff Jones & Krenkel; 1/2pg Neal Adams art club ad with illo; 1pg Bay Con IV ad with Spider-Man & Superman illo - Guests included Kirby & Brunner; VG/FN = $14);

#227(March 24; early Sci-Fi Fan Cover by Bret Blevins; Juan Ortiz DC Original Art ad; 1pg JLA Comics Comics by Fred Hembeck; 1pg letter on Dick Tracy from Max Allan Collins; 1/2pg Superman vs Muhammad Ali article; 2pg Beautiful Balloons by Don & Maggie Thompson with Superman vs Wonder Woman & Spider-Man vs Medusa illos; 1pg Wally Wood & Will Eisner portfolios ad; 1pg Graphic Gallery ad with Carl Barks illos; 1pg Green Lantern parody comic strip by Hanley; 5pg Unused CBG Cover Pinup Galley = Shang-Chi by Brown, Barbarian by Marcus Boas, Star Trek by McGreal, Deathlok by Gene Day, Thor & Superman by Kulpa; 7pg Bud Plant ad with product illos by Adfams, Boris, Toth, Kubert, Ditko, Kane, Barry Smith, Frazetta; 1/2pg ad for Neal Adams art club with illo; FN/VF = $14);


#229(April 7; Batman Logo on Alley Wall above Criminals-c by Dan Hoffman; 1pg NOVA comics by Fred Hembeck; 2pg Centerfold Poster of Prince Valiant by Dan Hoffman; 1pg Archival Press prints ad with illos by Tom Canty & Jeff Jones; Article re Max Allan Collins on Dick Tracy; FutureView with new Spider-Man art Logo illo; FN/VF = $14);

#236 (May 26; POGO, Albert & R2D2-c by Kramer; 32 page bonus insert Mile High Comics Back issue Catalogue with the 2nd Time List Offering of the Legendary High Grade Comics from the EDGAR CHURCH Comics Collection; 1pg Cartoonerville Comic Art ad with 1/2pg Spider-Man illo; 2pg Christopher Enterprises bankruptsy ad with product illos by Wrightson, Krenkel, Kaluta, Nino, Barry Smith; 1pg Toronto Comic Con ad with Dave Cockrum; 1pg All-American Comic Con ad, Schomburg illo? - Guests include Schomburg, Aragones, Steranko & Williamson; 1pg Pacific Portfolios ad, NO illos - includes; REH/Frazetta/Corben, Jeff Jones, Nino, Starlin, Brunner; ** 1pg National Cartoonish Society Portfolio of Fine Comics Art ad, NO illos - includes; Adams, Davis, Eisner, Frazetta, Hogarth, Jones, Kaluta, Kirby, Smith, Steranko, Williamson, Wood & Wrightson**; 8-1/2pg Extensive Search Service ad; 2pg Creation Con ad - 39 Guests Listed; VG/FN = $49.00);

#238(June 9; Satan from Fantasia-c by Flame Taylor; 92 pages plus 40 page bonus insert of American Comic Book Company Master Catalogue with Fastner & Larson-c & William Stout Back-c; 132 pages in total; 1pg Indy-Con ad with Red Sonja & Conan illo; 2pg Houston Con ad; 6pg Ken Mitchell ad; 1pg Marvel Fireside Books ad; 1pg Virgil Finlay original art ad; 1pg Chicago Coimicon ad - 21 Guests; ** 1pg National Cartoonish Society Portfolio of Fine Comics Art ad, NO illos - includes; Adams, Davis, Eisner, Frazetta, Hogarth, Jones, Kaluta, Kirby, Smith, Steranko, Williamson, Wood & Wrightson**; 3pg Archaval Press ad with illos by Tom Canty, Vaughn Bode, Jeff Jones, Corben & Gould; 1pg Strange Adventures Comics by Fed Hembeck; 1/2pg ACBC ad with Scott Shaw-a includes Spider-Man parody illo; 1pg Dark Eagle as with 6 Barry Smith & 3 Jim Starlin illos; FN = $24);


#241(June 30; Spider-Woman-c by C. Pealer; 1pg Chicago ComiCon ad; 6 page Milton Caniff interview Part-1 with Photo's & Illos; 3pgs CONUN the Hanna-Barbarian = Conan parody comics, with Hot Stuff, Spooky & Stumbo app by Eddie Eddings; 2 + 4pg = 6 pages Phil Seuling New York City Comic Art Con ads, no illos - Guests include; Wrightson, Druillet, Barry Windsor-Smith, Jeff Jones, Hildebrandt Bros, Kaluta, Steranko, etc; 2pg Phil Seuling Philadelphia Comic Art Con ad; Media Report - new illos of Herbie, Spider-Man, Batman & Wonder Woman; 3pg Byron Preiss interview; Thorne & Wendy Pini as Red Sonja Con photo's; 2pg Land of Enchantment ad with illos by = Frazetta, Kaluta, Vess, Nino, Wrightson & Hickman; 1pg RBCC ad with Don Rosa illos; ** 1pg National Cartoonish Society Portfolio of Fine Comics Art ad, NO illos - includes; Adams, Davis, Eisner, Frazetta, Hogarth, Jones, Kaluta, Kirby, Smith, Steranko, Williamson, Wood & Wrightson**; 1pg Creation Con ad; 1pg Wally Wood ad with illos; 1/2pg ad for Comic Book #7 by Hanley with Spider-Man, Spock, Spirit, Hulk & Wonder Woman illos; VG/FN = $15);


1979 - TBG / CBG; The Buyer's Guide for Comic Fandom

#269(January 12; Christopher Reeves as Superman Photos cover; 1pg Dateline Cartoons by Fred Hembeck; Ron Rosa-a; Sal-Q ad with Wrightson & Neal Adams-a; full page Seagate early Ad for Cerebus #1-6 at only $1.25 each; Now What column with photo's of Perez, Kirby, Adkins & Simonson; 44 pages; VG/FN, but 1/4 page 7-8 missing = $7.00);

#273(February 9; Incredible Hulk cover by Heike; 1pg Dateline Cartoons by Fred Hembeck; Spider-Man illo fgor Marvel TGI ad; William Stout cartoon illo for Allegro Non Troppo; 3-page MAGGOT Robot Fighter comics by Eddie Eddings = Magnus spoof with Jetsons characters; 48 pages; FN/VF = $12.00);

#275(February 27; Frankenstein cover; 3pg Dateline Cartoons by Fred Hembeck; 8 page Interview with Brenda Starr's Dale Messick with illos & Photo's; 1/4 page Wizard King ad by Wally Wood with illo; 1pg Houston Con ad; 2pg Creation Con ad; 1pg Children of Twilight portfolio ad with large illo by Mike Kalurta; FN, but section-2 pages 24-48 is missing = $5.00);

#276(March 2; Silver Surfer, Warlock & Captain Marvel cover by Timothy Fuller; 1pg Dateline Silver Surfer Cartoons by Fred Hembeck; 1pg Frankenstein portfolio ad with 3 illos by Berni Wrightson; 1pg Voltar portfolio ad with large illo by Alfredo Alcala; 1/2pg Dark Suns of Gruaga portfolio ad with 2 illos by Alex Nino; 1pg Chicago ComicCon ad; 1pg Children of Twilight portfolio ad with large illo by Mike Kaluta; 2-page Geppi ad for BORIS Vallejo Book-II with full page & 1/2 page illos; 2-page ad for Cartoonists & illistrators Portfolio volume Three with illos by Smith, Adams, Kane, Adkins, Wrightson, etc; 1/2pg Buffalo's Magnacon ad; 1/4 page Wizard King ad by Wally Wood with illo; 1/2pg Delaware Valley Comicart Consortium Ad with illo by Staton depicting; Spier-Man, Howard the Duck, Hulk, Sgt Rock, Jonah Hex, Conan etc; 1pg Houston SuperCon ad Cartoon by Eddie Eddings; 88 pages; VG/FN = $12.00);

#299(August 10; Silver Surfer & Galactus cover by Jacques; 80 pages; 1pg Dateline Cartoons by Fred Hembeck; 1pg ALIEN the MOVIE 20 panel Comics ad for RBCC by Don Rosa; 6pg Max Allen Collins interview with Photo's; 1/4pg ad for CANNON #3 ad by Wally Wood with illo; 1pg Horns of Elfland ad with large illo by Charles Vess; FN/VF, but 2-1/2"x5" Coupon cut out of page 35/36 = $9.00);

#302(August 31; Superman cover by B. Hayes; 1pg Team=Up fever Dateline Cartoons by Fred Hembeck; 1pg ad for Bullseye Action Portfolio with 6 illos by Simon & KIRBY; 1/2pg Serendipity Comic Mart ad with Hulk, Superman, Plastic Man illo by Joe Staton; Section-1,4 only, pages 25-72 are missing; FN/VF = $5);

#304(September 14; X-Men cover with Wolverine & Magneto by B. Hayes; 1pg Dateline Cartoons by Fred Hembeck; 1pg ad for Strange Portfolio with illos by Marshall Rogers; 2pg Mean Maidens & Myths portfolio ad with 7 large GGA illos by Nestor Redondo; 1pg Dragon Slayers portfolio ad with 3 illos by William Stout; Section-1 only - pages 1-24 only; G/VG = $4);


1980 - TBG / CBG; The Buyer's Guide for Comic Fandom

#367(November 28; BATMAN-c by Bill Black; FN/VF $12); #369(December 12; Katy Keene tribute-c; 3 pages Valgar Gunnar comics with art by Jay Disbrow; FN/VF = $12); #370(December 19; Tomar-re Green Lantern of Xudar);


1981 - TBG / CBG; The Buyer's Guide for Comic Fandom

#374(January 16; Batman/ Marilyn Monrobot by Terry Beatty); #379(February 20; Doctor Strange);#387(April 17; Incredible Hulk by Rudi Franke); #391(May 15; The Dragon Lady by Milton Caniff); #393(May 29; Spaceman Protecting Woman by Faris); #395(June 12; Dragon); #396(June 19; Spider-man/ Spirit/ Batman/ Shadow/ Donald Duck/ Incredible Hulk/ Wonder Woman/ Pogo); #397(June 26; Incredible Hulk);#399(July 10; Swashbuckler Fighting Skeletons);#408 (September 11; Warlord;FN = $7 ); #409(September 18; Ace Convoy Faces the Farce! By Fuller); #411(October 2; Ms. Tree, Ms. Fury);#413(October 16; Barbarian on Horse); #415(October 30; X-men vs. Dennis the Menace;VG/FN = $8 );

#417(November 17; A Comic Convention by Phil Yeh); #418(November 20; Prince Valiant by Dan Hoffman); #419(November 27; Fantastic Four, Dr. Doom); #420(December 4; Spider-man, Elektra, Daredevil by Steve Rude); #422(December/18; Barbarians by Robb Phipps & Hazelwood);


1982 - TBG / CBG; The Buyer's Guide for Comic Fandom

#424(January 1; The Marvel Family (DC) by Jim Hanley;Section-1 only; FN = $4 ); #425(January 8; Astronauts on Hyperion by Russ Maheras); #426(January 15; Barbarians & Demons); #428*January 29; Pogo);#430(February 12; Zorro & Silvertip); #431(February 19; Lance Carrigan of the Galactic Legion); $432(February 26; Steve Canyon & Milton Canyon by Elton Dorval); #433(March 5; The Shadow by Terry Beatty); #434(March 12; Fantastic Four by Roy Kinnard & Russ Maheras); #435(March 19; Cover by Stephen Fabian); #436(March 25(March 25; Superman & Dr. Deviac); #437(April 2; E-Man by Terry Beatty); #438(April 9; Iron Man by Marc Hempel); #439(April 16; Man-Thing vs. Swamp Thing by Redondo); #440(April 23; The Joker by Jesse Washington III); #441(April 30; Nick Fury); #442(May 7; Tarzan by Ruddy Mavarro); #443(May 14; Colossus vs. Mathouxz); #444(May 21; Thor by Rich Buckler & De La Rosa & Hazlewood); #445(May 28; Nolan & Jon, Wonder Warthog); #447(June 11; The 3-D Creature from Another Planet); #448(June 18; Baby Huey, Peter Rabbit, Felix the Cat, Mickey Mouse, Pogo, Bucky Boy by Mark Martin); #449(June 25(Evil Genie by Hardian); #451(July 9; Thunderbunny, and the Hero with a Heart of Gold); #452(July 16; The Comics Fan Board Game by Terry Beatty); #453(July 23; Barbarian Battle by Fre Carrillo); #455(August 6; The Unknown Soldier by Gerry Talaoc); #456(August 13; Master of Kung Fu by Terry Beatty); #457(August 20(Prince Valiant by Hal Foster); #458(August 27; Fighting of a Giant Gorilla); #459(September 3; Woman Bathing in Waterfall Pool by Redondo); #460(September 10; Stranded on Strange Planet by Russ Maheras); #461(September 17; Judge Dredd Meets Mad Max by Terry Beatty); #462(September 24; Star Fighters by Ken Landgraf); #463(October 1; Alien Lanscape & Creatures by Russ Maheras); #464(October 8; X-men & Magneto); #465 (October 15; Modesty Blaise by Terry Beatty); #466(October 22; Captain America); #467(October 29; Space Babe by Rudi Franke); #468(November 5; Old Witcvh, Vault Keeper, Crypt Keeper, Drusila); #469(November 12; Alien Landsacpe & Creatures by Russ Maheras); #470 (November 19; Fem Force Member); #471(November; TBC Contributors by Terry Beatty); #472(December 3; E-Man, Destroyer Duck, Captain Victor, Groo, Foozle, Ms. Tree, Rocketeer, Ms Mystic); #473(December 10; Captain America by Grass Green); #474(December 17; Spacecraft by Russ Mehares); #475(December 24; Lady Luck by Fred Schwab); #476(December 31; Santa Claus, Big Boy, April Kane, Dragon Lady);


1983 - CBG;

#477(January 7; Parodies of Various Super-Heroes;FN/VF = $8 ); #478(January 14; Jonah Hex by Terry Beatty); #479 (January 21; Flash Gordon by Dan Hoffman); #480(January 28; T. Rex chasing Jeep by Fujitake); #482(February 11; Chet Krause & Alan L. Light Photo); #483(February 18; “Gil Kane covers Designed by Boost Green Lantern, Wonder Woman Sales”); #484(February 25; Comico Launches Four B and W Comics); #486(March 11; “March Photo Covers Popular”/ “Alberto Vargas Dies”); #488(March 25; “Jack Cole Remembered”/ “Roy Krenkel Dies”); #489(April 1; “Whiz No. 1 Found”/ “Marvel Begins New Talent Search”); #490(April 8; “Ernie Colon Goes Freelance”/ “Denny O'Neil on Fan Reation to Tony Stark's Alcoholism); #491(April 15; Cloak and Dagger); #492(April 22; Grimjack/ DC Announces Thriller, Star Raider, Vigilante and Drug Book/ Marvel Editor on Official Handbook); #493(April 29; Judge Dredd/ Interview with Larry Hamm/ Marvel Offers to buy out Harvey); #494(May 6; The Sword of the Atom by Gil Kane); #495(May 13; Eclipse adds more Frank Miller Pin-ups/ Adams, Thomas Blast Kree-Skrull reprint fee); #496(May 20; All-Star Squadron #26/ Defalco To Produce Marvel's Star Comics;FN = $8 ); #497(May 27; a Distant Soil by Colleen Doren); #498(June 3; All-Star No.1 Found/ Bob Laughlin's Kitz 'n' Katz); #499(June 10; Badger by Steve Rude/ Marvel's Childrens Line could appear this Year); #503(July 8; Spanish Publisher Compiles World History of the Comicsw); #504(July 15; Photos of Frederik Pohl, Samuel R. Delany, A.E. Van Vogt, Norman Spinrad, Jack Chalker, Walt Simonson; has a RED/ BLACK WHITE POSTER OF Beta Ray Bill by THOR size 17 1/2" x 23"by Walt Simsonson = VG $12); #505(July 22; The Spirit by Will Eisner/ Ms. Tree/ Warren Bankruptcy Delays Pacific; Twisted Gets Mature Label); #506(July 29; Supergirl in New Costume/ Coyote); #507(August 5; Eclipse Monthly/ Marvel Will Print Elfquest for Newstand Sales/ Undergrounds are in Trouble); #508(August 12; Alien Legion; San Diego Comic Con); #510(August 26; Steve Canyon by Milton Caniff/ Ronin by Frank Miller/ Pacific Comics Goes All Quality); #511(September 2; Silverheels by Scott Hampton/ DC Challenge Series has 11 Writers, 13 Artists); #513(September 16; Cerebus Teams with X-Men/ Marvel Retread Funnies is Killed); #514(September 23; DC's Star Trek/ Kirby May Return to DC); #515(September 30; Atari Force #1/ Hawkman to Get Mini Series); #516(October 7; Robohunter #1; Katy Keene Special #2 by Bill Woggon/Warren artwork sells for a Song); #518(October 21; Goodman Beaver/ A-Team by Marie Severin/ Does Marvel's High Putput help or Hurt Comics?); #521(November 11; Jon Sable #12/ Marvel Will Test High Adventure/ Eclipse Comics Color Chart); #524(December 2; Wolvertoons by Basil Wolverton/ Prevue #54); #525(December 9; Nightveil #1/ Robert Crumb on the Campus/ DC May Change Superman, Wonder Woman); #528(December 30; Blue Devil #1 First cover Cancelled/ Segar's complete Popeye to be Collected);


1984 - CBG;

#530(January 13; Aztec Ace #1/ Nightwing & Jericho/ Superboy, Supergirl Titles to be Combined;VG = $5 ); #531(January 20; Starslayer #18 by Timothy Truman/ Roy Thomas, Gerry Conway to write X-men Movie); #532(January 27; Spider-Man in his Black Costume/ Rory Hayes Dies); #533(February 3; Sketches of the Predator Who Appears in Green Lantern #177; Writer Lenny Herman Dies); #534(February 10; E-Man #17 by Joe Staton/ Ray S. Moore Dies); #535(February 17; Elfquest #17/ West Coast Avengers to get Mini-Series/ Superman #537(March 2; Super Powers #1/ S.F. Editor & Publisher William Crawford Dies/ Another Rainbow to Publish Little Lulu Sets); #538(March 9; Captain Thunder by Don Newton and Jerry Ordway/ Pacific to Publish Early Siegel and Shuster Work); #540(March 23; Flamingo by Matt Baker/ First Comics Sue World Color, Marvel Comics); #541(March 30; Interview with Bill Mantlo/ News from England); #542(April 6; Three Publishers in Trouble, Capital Texas & Comico/ Alan Light Sues Gary Groth, SOLD OUT ); #545(April 27; Elfquest #19/ Artist Normand D. Silveira Killed in Traffic Accident/ JLA Gets New Members = SOLD OUT ; #546(May 4; Will Eisner's Tab – Three Copies Exist, One is For Sale/ Marvel to Produce Comic Dealing with Child Abuse); #547(May11; Katy Keene Special #5/ Stan Lee to write Annual with Jameson Wedding Story, SOLD OUT); #548(May 18; Jonni Thunder by Dick Giordano/ Western Suspends its Whitman Comics Line); #549(May 25; Seven Samuroid by Frank Brunner/ Ms. Tree leaves Eclipse, Goes to Aardvark-Vanaheim); #551(June 8; Donald Duck Happy Birthday 1934-1984); #555(July 6; The P.I.'s Michael Mauser & Ms. Tree/ Sol Brodsky Dies);#556(July 13; Stolen Williamson Flash Gordon Art Located in Italy/ Somerset Holmes may become a Movie); #557(July 20; Elfquest #20/ Warrior #21/ Steve Gerber talks about Void Indigo; SOLD OUT ); #558(July 27; George Perez leaves Teen Titans); #559(August 3; Nexus, Guice create Two Epic Series); #562(August 24; Kitz 'n' Katz/ Frank Frazetta name that Babbarian); #568(October 5; Eclipse has Groo, Rocketeer/ Elfquest, Beowulf top trade paperback bestseller list; SOLD OUT ); #569(October 12; Jonni Thunder/ Marvel Returns Art/ Archie Advneture Titlesheld back); #571(October 27; Special Silver Age Issue/ New Marvel Titles – West Coast Avengers, X-Factors); #573(Novmeber9; V#1 by Carmin Infantino/ Star Comics/ American Comics Strips/ S.F. Books & Magazines); #574(November 16; Badger #5/ Eclipse obtains Sun Runners, Groo, Rocketeer, Pressbutton); #577(December 7; Crisis on Infinite Earths #1/ Continuity 1985; Recovering from Pacific's Collapse/ Americomics); #579( December 21; Greg Irons Dies/ Batman to Meet Jon Sable/ John Byrne's Views on Life After X-Men);


1985 - CBG;

#582 (January 11; The Shadow War of Hawkman #1/ Thunder Agents Summons/ Why Comics are Considered Kid Stuff); #583(January 18; Crossfire/ Trina Robbins tlaks about her Star Comic/ Marvel Pre-Code Horror);#587(February 15; The Perils of Gwendoline Movie Poster by Dave Stevens/ Warp Graphics – Life after Elfquest/ Post Code Horror Comics); #588(February 22; Ambush Bug #1/ Little Lulu is 50/ A Look at Sexism & skin tight suits); #597(April 26; Hex #1/ Western Printing Archives of File Comics to be Sold); #600((May 17; Batman and Jon Sable by Mike Grell); #609(July 19; Infinty Inc. #21/ Flaming Carrot 1to 6 Sell Out/ Comics Censorship on the rise in 1949;VG = $5 ); #613(August 16; Jon Sable #33/ Greenburg the Vampire Graphic Novel/ Bob Ingersoll's Farewell to the Flash);


1987 - CBG;

#700(April 17; Batman/ CBG Fan Awards/ Ron Goulart looks at the first versions of Super-Heroes);


1988 – CBG; – #780(October 28; My Life as a Cartoonist by Harvey Kurtman);


1990 - CBG;

#850(March 2; George Tuska's Scorchy Smith/ Seduction of the Innocent/ a sample of Disney's line of Comic Books); #854(March 30; Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, SOLD OUT); #865(June 15; Jack Kirby & Joe Simon are mad as Hell/ Jim Henson Dies/ Moesius 1990-1991); #866(June 22; Dick Tracy); #877(September 7; Special Horror Issue);


1991 - CBG;

#895(January 11; Preview of 1991 New York Con/ Upper Deck Unveils Looney Tunes Baseball Cards); #900(February 15; Cover by Mark Martin/ Rocketeer, Flaming Carrot, Ninja Turtles); #905(March 2; Photo from Teenage Secret Ninja Turtles Second Movie/ Uncensored EC Cover hits the Stands – 38 Years Later); #916(June 7; The Four Covers of X-Men #1/ TSR Takes back titles from DC); #930(September 13; Panels from Batman/ Dracula, Red Rain/ Elseworlds stories gives DC Alternative versions of Heroes); #931(September 20; The Joker/ Disney Revamps Comic Line); #932(September 27; Marlon Wayans is casts in Batman Returns);#934(October 11; Southeby's Auctions X-Men #1 art/ Quantam leap in Comics); #935(October 18; John Byrne's next Men #1 to have Silver Cover/ Southeby's Auction has work by Top Comic Artists); #936(October 25;Special Issue; Entertainment Trading Cards); #937(November 1; Jim Cameron to do Spidey Film/ Bugs Bunny meets Reggie Jackson); #938(November 8; Cover art for George Perez 320 page trade paperback Marvel/ DC Crossover stories); #945(December 27; Dark Shadows #1 by E. Silas Smith/ DC & Diamond get Comics in Classrooms);


1992 - CBG;

#946(January 3; Tarzan at Malibu/ Tarzan of the Comics; a Swing Down Memory Lane); #948(January 17; Marvel's Big Guns Target 1992/ Carl Barks visits Disney Comics – photos and Stories); #949(January 24; Millennium Weird tales has Stars-Ellison, Bolton, Kelley Jones, Virgil Finlay); #953(February 21; Planet Comics on Microfiche/ Image Comics); #954(February 28(Valiant Universe Crosses over into Unity/ Michael Davis talks about Shado and of helping Black Artists); 956(March 13; The Shaodw of the Bat; Part of Batman Returns Series/ Barron's Article knocks Marvel Stock into Decline); #957(March 20; Jim Lee Discusses Image Comics); #958(March 27; Gustave Dore comics Pioneer); #959(April 3; Legends of Arzach/ Elfquest Comics Switch to Color); #960(April 10; Taboo to Launch Sweeney Todd by Neil Gaiman, Michael Zulli/ Viz Comics Change Format); #961(April 17; Topps form Comic Book Divison/ Unity; Questions and Answers);#964(May 8; Eclipso; The Darkness Within); #967(May 29; Eastman and Laird Return to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles);#969(June 12; Marvel's Slapstick Pops out in Skybox Card Set); #970(June 19; Batman Issue); #972(July 3; Sweenty Todd); #973(July 10; Cool World/ Interview Harvey Pekar); #974(July 17; Team Titans/ Peter David Reviews Batman Returns); #975(July 24; Martian Manhunter/ Jim Shooter Leaves Valiant/ San Diego Comic Con); #976(July 31; Image Comics/ Peter David has Hints on becoming a Pro Writer); #977(August 7; Cerebus by Dave Sims/ Fan Awards Results); #980(August 28; Comic Company Logos); #982(September 11; The Shmoo/ DC, Image plan to do Crossovers); #984(September 25; Wolverine/ Bone 7; a Sneak Peek); #985(October 2; Anne Rice the Witching Hour); #986(October 9; Trading Card Issue/ Peter David on Comics Code Authority); #987(October 16(Batman, Green Arrow, Poison Ivy); #988(October 23; Mad-Dog by Bob McKay); #989(October 30; Bram Stoker's Dracula Official Movie Adaption); #990(November 6; Static/ Hardware/ Paragon); #991(November 13; Deadman/ The Spectre/ Comics Become Movies); #992(November 20; Supreme/ Next Skybox Marvel Set); #994(December 4; Man from U.N.C.L.E./ Superman's Death Hasn't it been done before?); #995(December 11; Superman's Death/ 1963 from Image/ Image Splits from Malibu); #996(December 18; Rai and Turok from Valiant/ Kirby signs with Topps Comics); #997(December 25; Santa Claus by Sergio Aragones/ Jim Shooter forms Defiant/ Dan Vebber Creator of Adventure);


1993 - CBG;

#998 (January 1; Dinosaurs for Hire/ The Wacky Comics for 1968); #1001(January 22; Death: the High Cost of Living/ Brian Bolland, Jae Lee, Mark Pacella, comics creators talk); #1002(January 29; Star Wars Galaxy/ Matt Groening does Simpsons Comic Book); #1003(February 5; Superman/ Ultraman begins trend for Harvey);#1004(February 12; Doc Savage/ Disney Comics License returns to Gladstone/ Mike Gold leaves DC); #1005(February 19; Image and Valiant cross over in Deathmate/ Nationwide comics shop chain); #1006(February 26; Gladstone's Disney Line/ Don Rosa & William Van Horn talk Ducks); #1007(March 5; Maximum Carnage/ Dark Horse Announces Super-Hero Line); #1008(March 12; Cover by Scott McCloud/ Betty Page has been located); #1010(March 26(Hardcase/ Defiant; the Return of Jim Shooter); #1009(March 19; Marvel's Heavy Hitters; Joe Kubert's Tor, Lawdog, Midnight Men, Dragon Lines/ Harvey Kurtzman Dies);#1011 (April 2; Havey Kurtzman's Two Fisted Tales/ Gare Barkes Dies); #1012(April 9; Plasm/ Betty Page's Lawyer warns publishers); #1013(April 16; Star Wars Galaxy/ Tundra gives Submissions guidelines); #1014(April 23; The Mighty Magnor by Sergio Aragones/ Kitchen Sink buys Tundra); #1015(April 30; The Executioner/ Cadillacs & Dinosaurs on TV this Fall/ DC comics is #1); #1016(May 7; Defiant/ Was TV's Superman Murdered?);#1018 (May 21; Marvel Midnight Massacre/ The Poorest Selling Comics/ Rock with Marvel Music Comics); #1019(May 28; Deathmate, Doctor Mirage/ Sotheby's Holds June Auction; VF = $8);

#1020(June 4; Dark Horse Comic Characters/ Rare Kirby art is Offered by Sotheby's); #1021(June 11; Trinity/ Jim Shooter Responds to his critics); #1022 (June 18; Deathmate/ Dallas Fantasy Fair); #1023 (June 25; Jill Thompson on Death and Beyond/ Little Lulu Creator Dies); #1024(July 2; Clive Barker's Razorline/ Neal Adams; Continuity, Crossovers & Deadlines); #1025(July 9; Fantastic Four from Comic Book to Movies/ Top Finalists in the 1993 CBG Fan Award); #1026(July/16; Don Pendleton & Brandon Peterson/ Image cuts back); #1027(July 23; Grimjack, Jonah Hex/ San Diego Comic Con); #1028(July/30; Ultraverse Exiles/ Image Implosion); #1029(August 6; Daredevil/ A History of Comics from Silver Age to the Direct Market by way of the Underground); #1030(August 13; Star Trek Deep Space Nine; FN/VF = $7);

#1031(August 20; Batman's Knightfall/ Rob Liefeld: I Created Cable/ Sludge); #1031(August 20; Batman's Knightfall/ Rob Liefeld: I Created Cable/ Sludge; FN/VF = $7);

#1032(August 27; Comic Publishers Logo's/ Wolff and Byrd; The Return of Alanna Wolff); #1033(September 3; Aerosmith by Valiant/ John Byrne Analyzes Creation); #1034(September 10; Sachs and Violens/ Malibu introduces Rock-it Comics); #1035(September 17; Malibu's Genesis Crossover/ Eisner Awards Winners); #1036(September 24; Tekwar/ Comicfest 1993/ Fantastic Art Competition); #1038(October 8; Spider-Man/ Image; Here's Our Plan); #1039(October 15; Sir Charles Barkley Photo/ Shrinking Comic Strips); #1040(October 22; Captain Stern by Bernie WRIGHTSON-c; What's new from Malibu; FN/VF = $10);

#1041 (October 29; Holiday Gift Suggestions/ Neil Gaiman Checklist/ 75 Years of Gasoline Alley; FN/VF = $7);

#1042(November 5; Rob Liefeld Characters go to animation/ H.R. Giger and Robert Crumb in Alexander Gallery Show); #1043(November 12; Rock-it Comics Lita Ford, Metallica, Ozzy Osbourne, World Domination/ Marvel Profits up 64 Per Cent); #1044(November19; Topps Teams with Jack Kirby/ Interviews with Jack Kirby, Kurt Busiek, James W. Fry III & Neil Vokes; FN/VF = $10); #1045(November 26; Law by Michael Davis/ Fantastic Four Film Delayed Again; FN/VF = $7); #1046(December 3; Ultraverse Break-thru/ Golden Age artists hold reunion; FN = $6); #1047(December 10; Harley Quinn - Paul Dini/ Defiant Card/ The World's Grumpiest Comic Strip; FN/VF = $7); #1048(December 17; Simpsons/ Cerebus Collection Defective – Stores told to give it Away; FN/VF = $8); #1049(December 24; Green Goblin-c by John Romita; Christmas issue; Who are the most Influential People in Comic Book Field; FN/VF = $8);



1994 - CBG;

#1051(January 7; Hellshock by Jae Lee/ Jim Lee forms Wildstorm); #1052(January 14; Hellshock by Jae Lee/ Four-and More-Seasons of the Simpsons); #1053(January 21; Zorro, Lady Rawhide/ Spider-Man Crossover Forces Schedule for Comics Revue); #1055(February 4; Power and Glory by Howard Chaykin/ Industry Hard Times – Are They Here?); #1056(February 11; Captain America/ Jeff Smith and Peter David Respond to Distributor Rules); #1057(February 18; Closeup on Carl Barks/ Defiant and the Industry); #1058(February 25; Vampire from Millennium Comics/ a Graphic View of Boom and Bust);#1060(March 11; Extreme Prejudice; Crossover involves four titles/ The Punisher Meets Batman, Archie; VG = $5); #1062(March 25; Bubblegum Crisis Grand Mal/ DC, Malibu cross over Star Trek; VG/FN = $5);

#1063(April 1; Ultraverse Premiere/ Walk Kelly book discovered; VG = $5); #1064(April 8; 25th Anniversary of Kitchen Sink/ Marvel responds to Marvel Mart Concerns; VG/FN = $6); #1065(April 15; Valiant Heroes battles chaos effect/ Marvel artists re-create “Lost” Silver Age art); #1066(April 22; Spider-man/ Peter David looks at Aquaman's future; VG = $6 ); #1067(April 27; Dreadstar from Malibu/ The Carneys join Archie); #1068 (May 6; Publishers Logo's/ Wetworks in coming); #1071(May/27; Walter Simonson's Star Slammers/ Neil Gaiman and Alice Cooper on Each Other); #1072(June 3; Characters from Topps Comics/ 19th Chicago Comic Con); #1973(June 10; Young Blood by Rob Liefeld/ Trina Robbins: Are comics for Women too Gentle?); #1074(June 17; Ultraverse/ Don Thompson 1935 to 1994); #1077(July 8; Bongo Characters/ Comic Book Professional Meet); #1078(July 15; DC's Zero Hour & Zero Month/ Neal Pozner Dies; VG = $5 ); #1079(July 22; Mortal Kombat/ X-Men titles change format; FN = $5 ); #1080(July 29; The Lone Ranger and Tonto from Topps/ a guide to British Marvel Stories; FN = $6); #1084(August 26; Ominous Characters/ Who's the most terrifying Villian of all time?); #1085(September 2; Ultraforce Prime, Prototype, Hardcase/ Do you know what custom Comics Are?); #1086(September 9; Generation X/ Wendy Pini Interview/ Seduction of the Innocent Revisited); #1087(September 16; Mantra/ Skybox Master Series-Ultraverse); #1088(September 23; X-O Manowar/ Atlas Comics Rose and Fell); #1089(September 30; Star Trek Deep Space Nine; Next Generation/ Gemstone Buys Overstreet); #1090(October 7; The Chaos Effect/ Marvel cancels X-titles); #1091(October 14; Battletech/ Bo Hampton and Uther); #092(October 21; Ren and Stimpy/ 60 Years of Terry and the Pirates); #1093(October 28; Black Lightning/ Robert Bloch Eulogized); #1094(November 4; The Visitor/ Doug Wildey and Bud Sagendorf dies); #1095(November 11; Lobo/ Marvel Editorial Restructuring); #1096(November 18; Necromantra in Godwheel/ Marvel Clarifies it's plans for X-Men Alpha); #1097(November 25; Incredible Hulk Marvelution/ Marvel Acquires Malibu); #1098(December 2; Bloodshot/ Vampirella and Shadowhawk/ an insiders History of Groo); #1099(December 9; Flerr Ultr X-Men/ International Female Artists); #110(December 16; The Flash/ Star Trek Deep Space Nine; The Maquis); #1101(December 23; Archie as Santa Claus-c by Dan DeCarlo & Alison Flood; FN = $6); #1102(December 30; Archer & Armstrong, Visitor/ Martin Wagner discusses Hepcats; with 32 page Bonus Insert SUPPLEMENT = Coming in 1995; FN/VF = $8);



1995 - CBG;

#1104(January 13; The Power of Shazam/ Jim Shooter Returns; VG/FN = $6 ); #1105(January 20; Strangers in Paradise/ Jim Shooter/ Marvel buys distributor); #1106(January 26; The X-files/ More About Marvel buying World Heroes); #1107(February 3; Tekno Comix/ Marvel cuts titles, jobs); #1108(February 10; The Nocturnals/ Silver Surfer meets Rune); #1109(February 17; Valiant's Birthquake/ Moebius Batman in Penthouse Comix); #1110(February 24(Image's Knightmare/ Jack the Ripper Prevue); #1111(March 3; KISS Returns to Comics/ Colleen Doran); #1112(March 10; Comics Get new Magic/ Batman Merchandising); #1113(March 17; Curse of Rune/ “Byrne Returns to Marvel); 1 #1115(March 31; Harlan Ellison Photos/ Marvelution Update); #1116(April 7; Metaphysique by Norm Breyfogle/ Computer Comics Preview); #1117(April 14; Atlantis Rising/ The Dragon Lady); #1118(April 21; Sovereign Seven/ Marvel Announces Trade Terms); #1119(April 28; The Phantom/ Carl Barks/ Tank Girl); #1120(May 5; X-Men Return/ DC Comics Price Guide;VG/FN = $6 ); #1121(May 12; Superman vs. Aliens); #1122(May 19; Ultraforce Avengers/ DC & Diamond's Plans); #1123 (May 26; Spider-man/ Maximum Carnage and the Lost Years); #1124(June 2; Kurt Busiek's Astro City/ Marvel Comics Price Guide); #1125(June 9; Wildstorm Rising); #1126(June 16; Batman Forever; G/VG = $4); #1127(June 23; Tales of the Marvels; VG = $5); #1128(June 30; The Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot; with 40 page Bonus Insert SUPPLEMENT; VG = $6);

#1129(July 7; SHI; VG = $5);#1130(July 14; Tarzan-c by Lee Weeks; with 32 page Bonus "ENTERTAINMENT" Insert SUPPLEMENT; VG = $6);

#1131(July 21; Spider-Man & Spider-Prime; FN = $6); #1132(July 28; Kurt Busiek's Astro City); #1133(August 4; Elfquest; SOLD OUT ); #1134(August 11; Turok Dinosaur Hunter); #1136(August 25; They Call Me... the Skull); #1137(September 1; Cover by Rob Liefeld); #1138(September 8; Publishers Logo's); #1139(September 15; Wolverine); #1140(Septmber 22; Archine, Betty, Veronica); #1141(September 29; Migic Homelands by Brothers Hildebrandt); #1142 (October 6; Broadway Comics); #1143(October 13; The Yellow Kid); #1144(October 20; This week's Back Issue Bargain Bin); #1145(October 27; Lady Death); #1146(November 3; Who's Who of American Comic Books); #1147(November 10; Tekno Comix Mike Danger); #1148(November 17; Motown Comics Machineworks); #1150(December 1; Double Impact); #1151(December 8; Captain Marvel vs. Thor); #1152(December 15; Verotik's Glenn Danzig Speaks); #1153(December 22; Bone by Jeff Smith); #1154(December 29; The Flintstones);


1996 - CBG;

#1155(January 5; Acclaim's Armada's Armed & Dangerous); #1156(January 12; Chaos! Comics Evil Ernie, Lady Death, Chastity & Cremator); #1157(January 19; Creed); #1158(January 26; Dog Moon); #1159(February 2; Acclaim Chronicles Mutants); #1160(February 9; The Joker); #1161(February 16; Quesada & Palmiotti View 1996); #1169(April 12; Heartbreakers from Dark Horse); #1170(April 19; Wheel of Worlds by Neil Gaiman); #1172(May 3; Knight's on Broadway); #1173(May 10; Terminal City); #1174(May 17; Hellina); #1175(May 24; Kingdom Come); #1176(May 31; Crusade's Angels); #1177(June 7; Detective #700); #1178(June 14; Nexus); #1179(June 21; X-Men Onslaught); #1180(June 28; Cyberella/ Gemini Blood/ Vermillion/ The Black Lamb/ Bloody Mary); #1181(July 5; Captain America by Rob Liefeld & Jim Lee); #1182(July 12; Bone – What's the Deal); #1183(July 19; Fax from Sarajevo by Kubert); #1184(July 26; Supergirl. Superboy & the Ravers); #1185(August 2; The Crow by James O'Barr); #1186(August 9; Publishers Logo's); #1187(August 16; The Teen Titans; VG/FN = $5 ); #1188(August 23; Concrete – A Decade of Dark Horse); #1189(August 30; Star Trek; X-Men); #1190(September/6; House of Secrets); #1191(September 13; Youngblood); September 20; The Adventures of Big Boy); #1193(September 27; Peter Parker, Spider-Man & Mary Jane); #1194(October 4; Batman, Robin, Penquin a& Two-Face by Dick Sprang); #1195(October 11; Action Girl – 10 Years of Slave Labor Graphics); #1196(October 18; Witchblade and Top Cow Cohorts meet Mephisto and Marvel Mainstays); #1197(October 25; Vampirella by Ray Lago); #1198(November 1; Chaos! Comics Cast of Characters); #1199(Novmber 8; Batman, Catwoman – The Long Halloween); #1200(November 15; Will Eisner Photo); #1201(Novmber 22; Adastra by Barry Windsor Smith); #1202(November 29; Mars attacks the Savage Dragon); #1203(December 6; Roswell by Bill Morrison); #1204(December 13; Lobo vs. The Mask); #1206(December 27; Classics Illustrated Comics Return);


1997 - CBG;

#1207(January 3; Thunderbolts & Imperial Guard; VG/FN = $5 ); #1208(January 10; Spider-Man Celebrates Two Decades in Newspapers/ Space Ghost); #1209(January 17; Coventry by Bill Willingham/ Marvel Files Chapter 11); #1210(January 24; Starman; SHI meets Daredevil; VG/FN = $5 ); #1211(January 31; Painkiller Jane, the Darkness); #1212(February 7; Acclaim Characters); #1213(February 14; Robotech from Antarchtic); #1215 (February 28; EC Comic Covers); #1216(March 7; 20 Years of Star Wars comic covers; FN = $8 ); #1217(March 14; Indies! Issue devoted to Independent Comics); #1218(March 21; Sandman Mystery Theater); #1220(April 4; Starchild by James Owens);#1222(April 18; Hard Boiled Detectives); #1223(April 25; Looney Tunes Senior Citizens); #1224(May 2; Crimson Plague by George Perez); #1225 (May 9; Funky Winkerbean by Tom Batiuk); #1226 (May 16; Leave it to Chance); #1227 (May 23; Silver Age Cavalcade); ##1228 (May 30; Two-Fisted Tales #25); #1229 (June 6; Judgment Day from Awesome); #1230 (June 13; Elfquest & Richard & Wendy Pini); #1232 (June 27; Trilogy Tour); #1233 (July 4; The Class of 1996 CBG Fan Award Winners); #1234 (July 11; Major Bummer); #1235 (July 18; Usagi Yojimbo by Sakai); #1236 (July 25; Whatever Happened to Comics for Girls?); #1237(August 1; Transmetropolitan); #1238 (August 8; SHI; Doctor Who); #1240 (August 22; 30 Years of Star Trek Comic covers; FN/VF = $8 ); #1241 (August 29; The Source by John Byrne); #1242(September 5; The Munsters photo); #1243(September 12; Back to School with Comics); #1244 (September 19; Classic Monsters invade from Chaos! Comics); #1245 (September 26; Comics Thrive in Hardcover, Softcover); #1246 (October 3; Tangent Comics – Metal Men, The Joker, The Atom, Green Lantern); #1247 (October 10; The ACME Novelty Library); #1248 (October 17; Selection of Comic related High End Merchandise); #1249(October 24; Cover art by Frank Frazetta); #1250(October 31; The Darkness, Preacher – Bad Dudes of Comics); #1251(November 7; Silver Surfer); #1252 (November 14; Vampirella & Dracula from Harris Comics); #1253 (November 21; Gordon Ullom Reading National Comics #31); #1254 (November 28; Collage of Peanuts – Happy 75th Birthday Charles Schulz!); #1255 (December 5; Marvel Comics Teams); #1256 (December 12; Concrete Strange Armor by Paul Chadwick); #1257(December 19; Secret Agent by Steranko); #1258 (December 26; Happy Birthday Stan Lee – Most Marvel characters by Marie Severin);


1998 - CBG;

#1259 (January 2; Spider-Man by John Romita Jr); #1260(January 9; Hepcats by Martin Wagner); #1261 (January 16; Chronos/ Roz Kirby Dies); #1262 (January 23; The Year in Comics by John Drury); #1263 (January 30; Batman Cataclysm); #1264(February 6; Groo by Sergio Aragones); #1265(February 13; Publishers Logo's); #1266 (February 20; Witchcraft La Terreur by James Robinson); #1267 (February 27; Cerebus by Dave Sim – Twenty Years); #1268 (March 6; Dragon Ball/ Japanese Comics); #1269 (March 13; Wolff & Byrd by Batton Lash); #1270(March 20; Nevada by Steve Gerber); #1271(March 27; Acclaim Enters the Sci-Fi Channel Orbit/ Archie Goodwin 1937 to 1998); #1272 (April 3; C-23 by Jim Lee); #1273 (April 17; 60 Years of Superman; FN/VF = $8 ); #1274 (April 17; Green Lantern by Christopher Moeller; FN/VF = $6 ); #1275 (April 24; Archie & the Gang with Sonic the Hedgehog); #1276 (May 1; Mage, Madman & Grendel figures); #1277 (May 8; Who Killed Gwen Stacy?); #1278 (May 15; Elfquest 20 years of Comic covers); #1279 (May 22; Wonder Woman Golden Age to Silver Age; FN = $6 ); #1280 (May 29; Barbarian by Barry Windsor Smith); #1281 (June 5; Gustav, P.I.); #1282 (June 12; KISS from Image); #1283 (June 19; Fan Awards 16th Annual); #1284(June 26; Dilbert sells out by Scott Adams); #1285 (July 3; More Than Mortal); #1286 (July 10; EC Comics by Al Williamson/ Andy Capp Creator Reg Smythe dies); #1287 (July 17; Jay & Silent Bob by Fegredo); #1288 (July 24; Superman for all Seasons); #1289 (July 31; Vampirella & Re-Vampirella); #1290(August 7; Warhammer Monthly, Magic the Gathering, Knights of the Dinner Table – Game Based Comics); #1291 (August 14; All Review Issue); #1292 (Gil Kane & Paul Dini; Making Comics History Yeterday; Today & Tomorrow); #1293 (August 28; Blade the Movie); #1294 (September 4; Chaos! Comics – Cremator, Purgatori, Chastity); #1295 (September 11; Can you identify these parts of comics Fandom History); #1296 (September 18; Akiko from Sirius Comics); #1297(September 25; Marvel Knights Daredevil); #1298(October 2; Grendel – Black, White & Red); #1299 (October 9; Pokeman gotta catch 'em all); #1300(October 16; The Flash by Fred Hembeck/ Exploring the Crisis on Infinite Earths; FN+ = $6); #1301(October 23; Rob Leifeld and Re-Gex cover); #1302(October 30; Animation Avalanche – King of the Kill, South Park, Beavis and Butthead); #1303 (November 6; Simpsons Treehouse of Horror); #1304 (Novmeber 13; Comic in Combat by Joe Kubert); #1305 (November 20; Charlton's Captain Atom); #1306(November 27; Legion of Super-Heroes/ Bob Kane Dies; VG/FN = $5 ); #1307 (December 4; Kabuki by David Mack); #1308 (December 11; The Many Faces of The Spirit); #1309 (December 18; Star Wars from Dark Horse); #1310 (December 25; Santa Claus);


1999 - CBG;

#1311 (January 1; Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman – The Kingdom); #1312 (January 8; Did you kill Jason Todd?); #1313 (January 15; Triskaidekaphobia); #1314 (January 22; It's the Year in Comics 1998); #1315 (January 29; Buffy the Vampire Slayer from Dark Horse); #1316 (February 5; Jack Kirby remembered Five Years Later); #1317 (February 12; Battlebooks by Billy Tucci & Stan Lee); #1318 (February 19; Frank Frazetta art & Interview); #1319(February 26; Timothy Bradstreet Maximum Black); #1320 (March 5; Can you Identify these Real Ife Stars in their Comics Incarnations?); #1321 (March 12; Incredible Hulk by Ron Garney); #1322 (March 19; Superman, Lois Lane by Kurt Schaffenberger); #1323 (March 26; Thor; Dick Ayers); #1324 (April 2; Fantastic Four #1/ Stan Lee Interview); #1325 (April 9; Captain America, Black Panther, Infinity Inc., All Star Squadron, Conan by Roy Thomas; VF = $6 ); #1326 (April 16; Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by Eastman & Laird); #1327 (April 23; CBG Fan Award Nominees); #1328 (April 30; 60 Years of Batman; VF = $9 ); #1329 (May 7; The Victorian/ Adastra in Africa by Barry Windsor Smith); #1330 (May 14; Wildstome/ John Broome Dies); #1331 (May 21; Star Wars Episode 1); #1332 (May 28; Iron Man for all Seasons); #1333(June 4; Tarzan from Dell to Disney); #1334 (June 11; Punisher, The Thing, Batman and Robin from Movies; FN = $6 ); #1335 (June 18; Superman, Edge, Plastic Man by Gil Kane); #1336 (Juen 25; Liberty Meadows by Frank Cho); #1337 (July 2; The Silver Age Family Tree); #1338 (July 9; Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica); #1339 (July 16; X-Men Children of the Atom); #1340 (July 23; Anne Rice's Vampire Lestat); #1341 (July 30; Geeksville by Gary Sassaman & Rich Koslowski); #1342 (August 6; More Than 50 years of Jim Mooney comics); #1343 (August 13; Mystery Men to Flaming Carrot); #1344 (August 20; The Punisher at 25); #1345 (August 27; Red Sonja by Steve Lightle); #1346 (September 3; Green Lantern Hal Jordan Life begins (again) at 40); #1347 (September 10; Red Tide by Steranko); #1348 (September 17; The Sandman by Neil Gaiman); #1349 (September 24; Swamp Thing by Alan Moore); #1350 (October 1; Spyboy by Peter David); #1351 (October 8; Captain America by Mark Waid); #1352 (October 15; Kurt Busiek's Astro City); #1353 (October 22; 60 Years of Marvel); #1354 (October 29; Dell Four Colors); #1355 (November 5; Restarts – What are They Good For?); #1356 (November 12; Wolverine at 25 years of not being very nice); #1357 (November 19; Bone by Jeff Smith); #1358 (November 26; Pokemon Invasion); #1359(December 3; Marvel the Lost Generation by John Byrne & Roger Stern); #1360(December 10; Ask Mr. Silver Age); #1361 (December 17; Wildcats Mosaic by George Tuska); #1362 (December 24; Paul Dini's Jingle Belle); #1363 (December 31; One World is not Enough);


2000 - CBG;

#1364 (January 7; Buffy the Vampire Slayer/ “Charles Schulz retires – The Beagle has Landed); #1365 (January 14; An Overview of the Last Century of Comics by John Drury); #1366 (January 21; Batman – Metropolis and Gotham for 2000); #1367 (January 28; Box Office Poison by Alex Robinson); #1368 (February 4; Madman Adventures by Mike Allred); #1369 (February 11; The Joker and Harley Quinn); #1370(February 18; Two Fisted Science by Paul Shadwick); #1371 (February 25; Last Kiss and Jimmy Olsen & Supergirl/ Gil Kane 1926 to 2000); #1372 (March 3; The Dreaded Deadline Doom by John Drury); #1373 (March 10; Super Manga Blast from Dark Horse/ Charles Schulz 1922 to 2000); #1374 (March 17; 1950's The Brave and the Bold); #1375 (March 24; The Guardians of the Galaxy; FN = $5 ); #1376 (March 31; Batman by Englehart and Rogers); #1377 (April 7; Grendel by Matt Wagner); #1379 (April 21; Anthroprmorphic Past; Present and Future); #1380 (April 28; 1940's Batman & Robin – 60 Years of Sidekicks; VF = $8 ); #1381 (May 5; Silver Age Death – Who Died, Got Better, Lived; FN/VF = $7 ); #1382 (May 12; Legend of the Hawkman); #1383 (May 19; Crossgen Comics); #1384 (May 26; Cowboy Comics – Lone Ranger, Johnny Thunder, Tom Mix, Gene Autry, Roy Rogers); #1385 (June 2; Fantastic Four, Thor, Silver Surfer, Human Torch, Thing, Green Goblin by Joe Sinnott); #1386 (June 9; 2000 CBG Fan Award results); #1387 (June 16; Superman & Editor Julius Schwartz); #1388 (June 23; Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane, Teen Titans, Fantastic Four, Amazing Spider-Man; FN/VF = $6 ); #1389 (June 30; Tales from the Crypt #42); #1390 (July 7; Green Lantern vs. Aliens; FN/VF = $6 ); #1391 (July 14; X-Men the Movie; FN/VF = $6 ); #1392 (July 21; Batman the Dark Night Returns); #1393 (July 28; From Mausto Streetwise); #1394 (August 4; A Decade and a Half of Viz); #1395 (August 11; Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd, Woody Woodpecker, Porky Pig); #1396 (August 18; Green Lantern by Jim Pavelec; VG/FN = $5 ); #1397 (August 25; Avengers Past & Present; FN/VF = $6 ); #1398(September 1; 60 Years of The Spirit); #1399 (September 8 (Spyboy by Pop Mhan); #1400 (September 15; Uncle Scrooge & Carl Barks); #1401 (September 22; Silver Age Spider-Man); #1402 (September 29; Milestone Media on TV with Static Shock); #1403 (October 6; Savage Dragon by Eric Larsen); #1404 (October 13; Star Wars Universe from Dark Horse; FN/VF = $6

); #1405 (October 20; Captain Marvel, Sock Monkey, Echo, Orion); #1406 (October 27; Daredevil & Black Widow); #1407 (November 3; Batman, Batgirl, The Flash by Infantino, McLaughlin, Spurlock); #1408 (November 10; Holiday Suggestions for Fans of all ages); #1409 (November 17 (Akira from Dark Horse); #1410 (November 24; Silver Age Sillness); #1411 (December 1; New Defenders; FN/VF = $5 ); #1412 (December 8; Green Arrow by Kevin Smith); #1413 (December 15; Original Captain Marvel turns Sixty); #1414 (December 22; 1940 Super-Heroes turns Sixty; FN = $5 ); #1415 (December 29; Sergio Aragones cover & interview);


2001 - CBG;

#1416 (January 5; DC Characters by Chris Moldoff; FN = $5 ); #1417 (January 12; Desperate Times by Chris Eliopoulos); #1418 (January 19; Captain America by Rick Stasi); #1419 (January 26; Justice Society of America turns Sixty; VF = $8 ); #1420 (February 2; Superman and the Fortress of Solitude); #1421 (February 9; A Decade of Bone by Jeff Smith); #1422 (February 16; Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane/ Martha Stewart domestic Superhero); #1423 (February 23/2001; 30th Anniversary issue; Cover of CBG #1, Uncle Sam & 6 Super-Heroes by John G. Fantucchio); #1424 (March 2; Wonder Girl to Lady Luck by Nick Cardy); #1425 (March 9; Daredevil Yellow); #1426 (March 16; DC's American Century); #1427 (March 23; The Best Comics Your Not Reading (Yet) ); #1428 (March 30; Hanna-Barbera's Cartoons and Comics; VF = $8 ); #1429 (April 6; The Aveners in 2001; FN/VF = $6 ); #1430 (April 13; Lady Luck/ Amos Fortune/ Citizen V); #1431 (April 20; Crux from Crossgen); #1432 (April 27; Support the CBLDF By DAHLK); #1433 (May 4; Starman turns Sixty; FN/VF = $6 ); #1434 (May 11; Greatest Silver Age Marvel Team-ups; VF = $7

#1435 (May 18; Planet of the Apes from Dark Horse); #1437 (June 1; Amazing Spider-man #50 by John Romita Sr.); #1438 (June 8; EC's Frontline Combat #1); #1439 (June 15; Comics Fun in Summertime); #1440 (June 22; Silver Age Superman Super Pets); #1441 (June 29; Celebrating Anime/ Hank Ketchum Remembered); #1442 (July 6; Crossfire/ Space Family Robinson); #1443 (July 13; Showcase #4 The Flash); #1444 (July 20; Fantastic Four for Forty Years); #1445 (July 27; Critic Reviews Issue); #1446 (August 3; Spice up Your Bookshelf with Comic Collected Trade Books); #1447 (August 10; Super-Heroes from 1941; VF = $6 ); #1448 (August 17; Super Pets Revisited); #1449 (August 24; Power Pack, Thor, Orion, Metal Men by Walt & Louise Simonson); #1450 (August 31; Robodojo from DC/ Wildstorm); #1451 (September 7; Spider-Man the Movie Promo Poster Image); #1452 (September 14; Independent Creators & Their Dreams); #1453 (September 21; Aquaman turns Sixty; FN/VF = $6 ); #1454 (September 28; Archie and the Gang turns Sixty); #1455 (October 5; Captain American #283 by Mike Zeck & John Beatty); #1456 (October 12; Celebrating five years of Lois Lane and Superman's Marriage; VF = $7 ); #1457 (October 19; Classics Illustrated as Study Aids); #1458 (October 26; Dick Trady/ H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu); #1459 (November 2; Dork Tower by John Kovalic); #1460 (November 9; Silver Age Gems); #1461 (November 16; Spider-Man the Movie Update); #1462 (November 23; Batman the Dark Knight Strikes Back); #1463 (November 30 (CGC Grades 1000,000th Comic Book); #1464 (December 7; Why No Harry Potter Comics?; FN/VF = $5 ); #1465 (December 14; 2002 Comics Movie Preview); #1466 (December 21; Crowds Come Back to Comics); #1467 (December 28; Dark Knight 2);


2002 - CBG;

#1468 (January 4; Hey Kids! Free Comics!); #1469 (January 11; Dan Decarlo 1919 to 2001); #1470 (January 18; The Year in Comics 2001); #1471 (January 25; Marvel Comics #1 Pay Copy Sells for $350,000) #1472 (February 1; John Buscema 1927 to 2002); #1473 (February 8; Left Behind Religious Comics); #1474 (February 15; Harlan Ellison); #1475 (February 22; Diamond Distributor at 25); #1476 (March 1; Neil Gaiman's Angela); #1477 (March 8; a Retailer's view of the office's of Marvel & DC); #1478 (March 15; The Eltingville Club comes to Cartoon Network); #1479 (March 22; Fans Flood Florida for Megacon 2002); #1481 (April 5; New York City Fire Department 2011 Comic Strip); #1482 (April 12; Captain Marvel – Marvel Raises Price); #1483 (April 19; Blade of the Immortal); #1484 (April 26; Bookstore Bailout/ Morrow Benefit); #1485 (May 3; 1990's Battle for control of Marvel – Spiderman); #1486 (May 10; Spider-man; Shops Stake lots on Box Office); #1487 (May 17; Sam Raimi Director of Spider-Man interview); #1488 (May 24; What makes some Comics hits and Dooms others); #1489 (May 31; Free Comic Book Day); #1490 (June 7; Marvel's Stan Lee & Avi Arad); #1491 (June 14; The Micronauts from Image); #1492 (June 21; Captain America – Serious Side of Comics); #1493 (June 28; Incredible Hulk – Marvel begins The End); #1494 (July 5; Crush of Summer Auctions Test Limits of CGC Graders System); #1495 (July 12; The Standard Catalog of Comic Books); #1496 (July 19; Spider-Man; Two Decades of CBG Fan Awards); #1497 (July 26; University of Minnesoty's “Everything I Know About Science I Learned from Comic Books”); #1498 (August 2; Wizardworld Chicago); #1499 (August 9; John Petty of Heritage Auctions); #1500 (August 16; Masters of the Universe by Image); #1501 (August 23; Sojourn Arwyn of Crossgen); #1502 (August 30; Stan Lee & Mark Hamill); #1503(September 6; Judd Winick on Green Lantern #154 Storyline; FN/VF = $5 ); #1504 (September 13; Ray Bradbury); #1505 (September 20 (Marvel's Bill Jemas, Peter Davis & Joe Quesada); #1506 (September 27; X-Men's Patrick Stewart/ Transmetropolitan); #1507 (October 4; Batman by Jim Lee & Jeph Loeb); #1508 (October 11; The Truth from Marvel); #1509 (October 18; Daredevil/ Y; The Last Man/ Lane Wolf 2100/ Savage Dragon/ Alias/ Automatic Kafka/ Nagation/ The Legion); #1510 (October 25; Todd McFarlane must pay Damages in Spawn, Angela Lawsuit); #1511 (November 1; Neil Gaiman, Todd McFarlane, Kenneth Levin & Andy Carter); #1512(November 8; Nicolas Cage Comic Collection); #1513 (November 15; Arrest in Sniper Case Bring Normalcy to Comic Shops); #1514 (November 22; Lady Death Makeover from Crossgen); #1515(November 29; Spider-Man & Mary Jane from Movie); #1516 (December 6; Stan Lee & Avi Arad-Finanical Showdown); #1517 (December 13; Spider-Man, Incredible Hulk); #1518(December 20; Sec Goes After Wizardworld.com parent Company); #1519 (December 27; Miracleman/ Airboy);


2003 - CBG;

#1520 (January 3; Rawhide Kid – Marvel's Midnight Cowboy?; 2002 on cover); #1521 (January 10; 2002 the Year in comics); #1522 (January 17; Comics 2003 – a Preview); #1523 (January 24; 21 Down/ Thor/ Blake of the Immortal/ Age of Bronze/ Gotham Central/ The Filth/ Route 666); #1524 ( January 31; Pulitzer Prize Patrol); #1525(February 7; Comic Strip Genesis – Comic Were Talking Long Before Yeloow Kid); #1526 (February 14; Marvel's Mystique/ Human Torch/ The Call/ Venom/ Sentinel); #1527 (February 21; Blackburne Covenant by Image); #1528 (February 28; DC's Orbiter); #1529 (March 7; Daredevil Movie – Off the Mark?); #1530 (March 14; The Thrill of Golden Age Discoeries); #1531 (March 21; Three Strikes/ Fade from Blue/ The Frank Book/ Boneyard); #1532 (March 28; DC to Publish & Merchandise Elfquest); #1533 (April 4; Lights, Camera, Comics!); #1534 (April 11; Other Hobbies offer Insights into Gradings Future); #1535 (April 18; Miracleman #1 from Eclipse); #1536(April 25; Will Eisner addresses Library of Congress); #1537 (May 2; Free Comic Book Day 2); #1538 (May 9; Craig Shutt to Publish “Baby Boomer Comics”); #1539 (May 16; Wolverine from Movie X2; X-Men United); #1540(May 23; 21st Annual CBC Fan Awards); #1541 (May 30; X2 Movie, Free Comics put New Fans in Seats); #1542 (June 6; Annual Comic Heaven Auction Offers Wide Range of Comics); #1543 (June 13; Meridan from Crossgen); #1544 (June 20; Mark Hamill & Wife on Comic Mockumentary); #1545 (June 27; John Gallagher & Rich Faber Show cover of CBLDF More Fund Comics); #1546 (July 4; Crime Suspenstories #22); #1546 (July 11; Mark Waid fired by Marvel); #1548(July 18; It's Neil Gaiman Time); #1549(July 25; Ralph Snart & Now Comics); #1550 (August 1; El Cazador from Crossgen); #1551 (August 8; Dark Horse Publisher Mike Richardson); #1552 (August 15; Stan Lee & Neil Gaiman @ San Diego Comic Con International); #1553 (August 22; Many Media Moments at San Diego Comic Con); #1554 (August 29; Meridian – Crossgen Comics Become DVDs); #1555 (September 5; Wizard World Chicago); #1556 (September 12; CGC Graders Steve Borock & Paul Litch); #1557 (September 19; Freed Comic Book Day 2003); #1558 (September 26; Daredevil & Echo); #1559 (October 3; Image's Newest Superteam Wildguard); #1560 (October 10; Abadazad by Mike Ploog); #1561 (October 17; The Complete Peanuts to be Published by Fantagraphics); #1562 (October 24; The Standard Catalog of Comic Books 2nd Edition); #1563 (October 31; Vampirella/ Drawing on Your Nightmares/ Wake the Dead); #1564 (November 14; Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, El Cazador from Crossgen; Grossgen goes ahead with 2004 plans); #1566 (November 21; Black Adam & JSA; VF = $6 ); #1567 (November 28; Comics in HDTV); #1568 (December 5; Phantom Jack from Marel Epic Line); #1569 (December 12; Comice to Film 2004-Spider-Man, Hellboy, Catwoman); #1570(December 19; 2004 and 1980's Version of Swamp Thing); #1571 (December 26; Reloading the X-Men; FN = $5 );


2004 - CBG;

#1572(January 2; The Monolith from DC); #1573(January 9; Buffy the Vampire Slayer); #1574 (January 16; The Changing Shape of Comics 2003); #1575 (January 23; Settlement-Marvel to Reimburse Retailers); #1576 (January 30; Cerebus – Dave Sim for the Record); #1577 (February 6; Ebay on Answer for some, questions for others); #1578 (February 13; Marvel Age-Old Stories, New Art/Spider-Girl); #1579 (February 20; Gold Key's Star Trek Returns); #1580 (February 27; Celebrating 60 years of Julius Schwartz); #1581 (March 5; a Living Legend passes – Julius Schwartz); #1582 (March 12; Homecoming for Green Lantern; FN/VF = $5 ); #1583 (March 19; Savage Dragon – Erik Larsen named Image Publisher); #1584 (March 26; Marvel Publisher Dan Buckley Speaks); #1585 (April 2; Drunk Driver Slame into Slave Labor Graphics); #1586 (April 9; Captain America/ Brian Micheal Bendis); #1587 (April 16; DC's Identity Crisis); #1588 (April 23; Gray Area by John Romita Jr.); #1589 (April 30; Mike Mignola's Hellboy & Dracula); #1590 (May 7; CGB the Next Generation – Issue 1595 New Format); #1591 (May 14; B.D. By Gary Trudeau – a Not so Comic Take on Bravery & Sacrifice);#1592 (May 21; Judge Dredd goes to DC); #1593 (May 28; DC's Original Doom Patrol Returns); #1594(June 4; Dork Tower by John Kovalic); #1595 (August; Spider-Man & Doc Ock from Movie; New Magazine format, Monthly); #1596 (September; Spider-Man 2); #1597 (October; Aliens vs. Predator – From Movies to Comics); #1598 (November; Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow); #1599 (December; The Incredibles by Pixar);


2005 - CBG;

#1600 (January; Superman by Jim Lee/ Christopher Reeve as Superman); #1601 (February; Elektra – Alive & Well in 2005); #1602 (March; Christian Bale from Batman Begins Movie); #1603 (April; Manga Explosion/ Will Eisner 1917-2005); #1604(May; Green Lantern); #1605 ; June; Jouse of M); #1606 (July; Star Wars Episode III); #1607 (August; Batman); #1608 (September; Fantastic Four by Mark Sparacio); #1609 (October; Ultimate Marvel by Alex Horley); #1610 (November; Batman, Superman & Supergirl); #1610 (November; Spider-Man by Alex Ross); #1611 (December; Six Decades of Spider-Man);


2006 - CBG;

#1612 (January; Batman); #1613 (February; Superman and Batman by Alex Ross); #1614 (March; Decimation of Marvel Mutants); #1615 ( April; Red Sonja); #1616 ( May; DC the Next Generation ); #1617 ( June; Hulk); #1618 ( July; Wonder Woman); #1619 ( August; Marvel's Civil War); #1620 (September; Superman Returns); #1621 ( October; Dark Horse Heroes); #1622 ( November; X-Men's Storm); #1623 ( December; Justice League of America);


2007 - CBG;

#1624 ( January; Onslaught Reborn); #1625 ( February; Justice Society of America Old & New); #1626 ( March ; New Avengers); #1627 (April; Brave & the Bold Returns); #1628 ( May; Spider-Man Back in Black); ##1629 ( June (Frank Miller's 300); #1630 (July; 52 Countdown by J.G. Jones); #1631 (August Captain America and the Statue of Liberty); #1632 (Summer; DC Creators on Countdown); #1633 (Sept; Hulk vs. Thor); #1634 ( Oct; Green Arrow and Black Canary); #1635 (Nov.; Spider-man; One More Day); #1636 ( December DC Villians gather for final crisis);


2008 - CBG;

#1637(Jan; X-Men Messiah Complex); #1638 ( Feb; Batman); #1639 (Mar; Hulk Red vs. Hulk Green); #1640 ( April; Fantastic Four); #1641 ( May; Titans); #1642 (June; Marvel's Secrey Invasion); #1643 (July; DC's Final Crisis – Wonder Woman, Batman and Superman); #1644 (August; Batman and the Joker from the Movie “The Dark Knight”); #1645 (September; Uncanny X-Men); #1646 (October; Legion of Three Worlds); #1647 (November; Spider-Man and Villians); #1648 (December; Sgt. Rock);


2009 - CBG;

#1649 (Jan; Marvel's Ultimate Ultimatum); #1650 (Feb; Batman/ Robin/ Joker/ Nightwing/ Pengin); #1651 (March; Marvel's Dark Reign); #1652 (April; Watchmen); #1653 (May; Marvel's War of Kings);#1654 (June; Wonder Woman/ Batman/ Superman/ Green Lantern); #1655 ( July; Hulk/ Thor/ Wolverine/ Spider-Man/ Captain America/ Iron Man); #1656 ( Aug; Flash & Power Girl); #1657 ( Sept ; Marvel's Ultimate Universe ); #1658 ( Oct ( DC Revives Archie Comics Red Circle Super-Heroes); #1659 (November; Marvel's Dark Reign; The List); #1660 (December; DC's Blackest Night);


2010 – CBG;

#1662 (February; DC's JLA); #1663 (March; Fall of the Hulks); #1664 (April; Space Sentry by Mark Alvarado); #1665 (May; X-Men; Second Coming); #1666 (June; DC's Blackest Night turns to Brightest Day); #1669 (September; Dark Horse Presents; Magnus and Solar); #1670 (October; Batman; Conflicted Crusader);


2011 – CBG;

#1675 (March; Independent Comics); #1676 (April; Romance Comics); #1677 (May; Comic Convention Scene); #1680 (Aug; Overlooked Classics); #1681 (Sept; Cover art by Eduardo Ferrera); #1683 (November; Graphic Novel Explosion !);


2012 – CBG;

#1685 (Jan; Omega Paradox); # 1687 (Mar; Red Sonja / Luke Cage); #1688 (Apr; Half a Century of Spider-man); #1691 (July; Kids Comics);


2013 – CBG;

#1697 (Jan; Happy 90th Birthday Stan Lee); #1698 (Feb; 2012 the Comics Year in Review); #1699 (Mar; Crossovers Command 2013)



COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE - CBG PRICE GUIDE (Mag, Krause Pub.)

(Jan-Mar/1990), (Apr-June/1990), (July-Sept/1990), (Oct-Dec./1990),

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COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE PRESENTS THE 100 SEXIEST WOMEN IN COMICS (Magazine; 2011) - #NN(VF/NM = $18.00);



COMICS CAREER (Newspaper, May/91) #1;

COMICS CAREER NEWSLETTER (Newspaper) #23(August/90);


COMIC CELLAR (Magazine/Fanzine, Neil Fifer Int.Pub);

#1(1980; EC HORROR-c; EC Comics; Bob Overstreet interview; 2-½ pages Captain Chinook comics; FN=$10; VG=$7); #2(Summer/82);


COMIC CITY GIANT CATALOG (1982) #NN;

COMIC CITY WEEKLY (Magazine;, Comic City Pub.) #16/17(1972),18/20, 23-24, 25,29,30,31,3337, 38/42, 43(monthly),50(monthly);

COMIC COAST TO COAST (Magazine;, Matt Denn & Than Davis) #2(1982);


COMICS COLLECTOR (Magazine;, Krause Pub.);

#1(Spring/1983; Superman holding Action #1 cover; FN/VF = $6.00; ANOTHER COPY = ASK);

#2(Winter/1984; Wolverine, Colussus & Sentinel-c; FN/VF = $6.00; ANOTHER COPY = ASK);

#3(Spring/1984; Teen Titans-c; VF = $9.00);

#4(Summer/1984; THOR cover by Simonson; FN/VF = $6.00; ANOTHER COPY ASK);

#5(Fall/1984; Fantastic Four-c by BYRNE; FN/VF = $7.00; ANOTHER COPY = ASK);

#6(Winter; 1985; Teen Titans & Groo-c; VF = $7.00; ANOTHER COPY = ASK);

#7(Spring; 1985; She-Hulk & Wonder Woman-c; FN = $6.00; ANOTHER COPY = ASK);

#8(Summer; 1985; Batman Infinity-c; FN = $6.00; ANOTHER COPY = ASK);

#9(Fall; 1985; Elfquest-c by Pini; VF = $7.00; ANOTHER COPY = ASK);

#10(Winter; 1986; LAST issue; X-MEN-c; FN/VF = $7.00; ANOTHER COPY = ASK);



COMIC COLLECTORS YELLOW PAGES (Magazine;, World of Fandom, 1988-89) #1;

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COMIC COMMENTS (Ditto / Mimeograph & Offset Fanzine/Magazine; HIA / Sunshine Pub; Gary Brown & Wayne DeWald; Tampa, FL, USA);

#27(Print run stated as 350);


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THE COMIC CONNECTION (Magazine;, Milky Wat Graphics) #2(1987);

(San Diego) COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL (Promotional Convention Booklets; 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" Size);

August 12-15 /1999 Update Number One (DEATH cover by JEFF JONES; 26 pages; B&W; >>> Guest List with short Bio's include; Evanier, Neal GAIMAN, Gonick, Lago, Mignola, Spiegelman, Jim STERANKO, Dave STEVENS, Jill Thompson, Arnold Drake, Gill Fox, Hasen, Jerry Robinson;; >> Special Guests include; Tom Batiuk, Paul Dini, Scott Shaw, Bill Mumy, Ferrer, Max Allan Collins, Leialoha; Maus & Graphic Novels, with Grant Morrison photo; Star Wars & Star Trek; VF = $5.00);

August 12-15 /1999 Update No. 2 - 30th ANNIVERSARY (BATMAN Beyond Cover; 44 pages; >>> Guest List with short Bio's added since update-1 include; Aragones, Delany, Groening, Mothersbaugh, Jim STARLIN, Bruce Timm, Barry Windsor-Smith, >>> Special Guests include; Ackerman, Dini, Drake, Eisner, Evanier, GAIMAN, Steranko, Dave Stevens, etc; >> Eisner Award Nominees; List of over 400 Attending Professionals; Japanese Animation, Panels, Programming, etc; VF $5);

July 12-22/2001 Update One (Fantastic Four-c; 20 pages, full color; interior Photo's inclide; Spider-Man, Spike from TV's Buffy; Yancy Butler & Cast of Witchblade; Sailor Moon masquerade; >>> Guest List with short Bio's include; Bendis, Buscema, Charbon, Doucet, Eisner, Brian & wendy Froud, Gibbons, Geane Ha, Lansdale, Russell Myers, K.S. Robinson, P. Craig Russell, Schwartz, Jeff Smith, Spiegle, Vasquez, Winick & Berni Wrightson; Small Wrightson Swamp Thing illo; VF = $5.00);

COMIC COURIER (Magazine;, Black Hawk Issue) #6(late 1971);

COMIC CRUSADER (Fanzine/Magazine; Martin L. Greim) - #15(Captain Marvel-c & Special issue; Schaffenberger-c; Don Newton-a; "H" Series = 8 pages DITKO comics-a; FN = $20);


COMIC CRUSADER STORYBOOK (Ton of strip art by Greim, Fujitke, Ditko, Foss, Grass Green, Hanley,etc);

COMIC CULTURE (Magazine;) Volume 2 #1(1994), #3, #4(1995), #5;

COMIC DETECTIVE (Mag; Comic Detective Research Society Pub.) #3(Summer 1973);

COMIC EXPRESS (Magazine;, Comic Interview Pub.) #3(1990),4,6-8,10-17;


***THE COMIC FAN'S GUIDE TO PERIODICAL LITERATURE Volume-1 (Magazine;, Hodag Press, Gateway Comic Art Fan Club) #NN; (RARE; The Comic Strip in America a Bibliography by David Manning White, PhD; Updated edition from 1967; 32 pages including covers; All Text; a scholarly study & index of articles on COMICS in Books, Pamphlets & general Periodicals; VG $20);


COMIC FAN ENTURE (Newspaper; David E. Williams Pub.) #191973),2;


COMICS FEATURE --

1980 --

#1(March; Silver Surfer); 2(May; Iron Man; Ant Man); 3(June; Boris Vallejo front cover & Interview); 4(July/ August; X-Men 137); 5(Sept; Batman); 6 (Oct; X-men/ Avenges); 7(November; Dazzler by Frank Miller);

1981 -

#8(Jan; Superman by Curt Swan); 9(Feb; Little Orphan Annie); 10(July; Captain America/ Red Skull by John Byrne); 11 (Aug; All Star Squadron by Bill Black); #14 [12/1981; Correctly Numbered #14 inside; Note;  #15 is Listed on the cover in ERROR; (The real #15 is dated 1/1982); DAREDEVIL cover by Frank MILLER & Klaus Janson];


1982 --

#15(Jan; Legion of Super-Heroes); 16(Feb; Powerman & Iron Fist); 17(June; Fantastic Four by Terry Austin); 19(Sept; New Teen Titans by George Perez); 20(Oct; New Mutants/ Camelot 3000; Ka-zar); 21(November; Iron-Man/ Captain America/ Thor); 22(Dec; Spider-Man by Mike Harris);

1983 --

#23/24(The Future of Marvel); #25(Daredevil/ Wolverine/ Ronin; Interview Frank Miller);

1984 --

#28(X-men/ Star Trek); 30(Supergirl Movie/ Tarzan Movie/ Jonny Quest); 31(Conan by John Buscema); 32(DC Turns 50);

1985 --

#35(Colossus); 36(Secret Wars II/ Wolverine); 38(X-Factor Preview); 39( Wolverine);

1986 --

#40(Jan; Spider-man/ Green Lantern/ Batman/ Droids); 41(Feb; The Avengers); 42(Mar; Alpha Flight); 43( April; Daredevil/ Batman); 48(Oct; Marvel Superheroes); 49 (Nov; Batman/ Superman/ Robin); 50 (Dec/ T.M.N.T./ Woilverine/ Spider-Man/ Batman/ Bugs Bunny);

1987 --

#51 (Jan; New Mutants); 52(Feb; Feb; G.I. Joe); 53 (Mar; Spider-Man/ Mary Jane Watson); 54 (April; The Nam); 55 (May; Marvel's Mutant Universe); 56(June; Silver Surfer); 57(July; Punisher);




COMICS FEATURE COLLECTOR'S EDITION (New Media Pub.; 1984; Magazine) #3 (horror in Comics/ Dave Stevens; Steve Bissette);

COMICS FEATURE THE FANDOM ZONE (Magazine;, New Media Pub., Circa 1985) #NN;

COMICS FOR COLLECTORS (Catalog; Magazine;; Grand Book Centre Pub.) #3(circa 1970's),4;

COMICS F/X (Newspaper; MU Press Pub.) #13(January 1990), 15;

COMIC HEAVEN 1999 COMIC BOOK AUCTION CATALOG (Newspaper, Comic Heaven Pub., 1999) #NN;

COMIC HEAVEN CATALOG ( Newspaper) - 2000; 2006;

COMICS IN A FLASH: CHRISTMAS 1998 CATALOG (Magazine;, Comics in a Flash Pub., 1998) #NN;

COMIC INFORMER (Comic Informer Enterprises Pub.;1982),#7(Indiana Jones-c; Kerry Gammill interview; VG/FN = $6);


COMICS INTERNATIONAL (Quality Pub.; Magazine) - #148(August 2002);


COMICS INTERVIEW --

1983 --

#1(Feb; Broot of Omega Men); #2(April; Ronin by Frank Miller); #3(May; Killraven); #4(June; Dreadstar by Jim Starlin); #5(July; Elfquest by Wendy Pini); #6(Aug; JLA/ Avengers);

1984 --

#7(January; Omega Men); #8(Feb; Nexus/ Whisper/ Badger); #9(March; Thor); #10(April; Aztec Ace); #11(May; X-Men); #12( June; Atari Force); #13( July; Conan); #14(August; Avengers & Fantastic Four); #15(Sept; Grim Jack); #16(Oct; Legion of Super-Heroes); #17(Nov; Elementals); #18(Dec; Zot!);

1985 --

#19(Jan; Judge Dredd); #20(Feb; T.H.U.D.D.E.R. Agents); #21 (Shatter); #22(Hanged Marvel Heroes by Fred Hembeck); #23(Roboteck); #24(The Eternals); #25(She-Hulk, Thing, Hulk & Sasquatch by John Byrne); #26 (Crisis on Infinite Earth's); #27(T.M.N.T.) #28(X); #29(Elric/ Mr Monster/ Spectre/ Wraith);

1986 --

#30(Spider-Man); #31(Batman & Robin by Frank Miller); #32(Swamp Thing/ Cloak & Dagger); #33(Steelgrip Starkey); #34(Eletra by Bill Sienkiewicz); #35 (X-Thieves); #36(Marvel's Justice); #37( G.I. Joe); #38(Howard the Duck from the Movie); #39(Mr. X & Wolverine); #40(Flaming Carrot); #41 (Jack Kirby cover art & interview);, #42;

1987 --

#43(Sex & Voilence in Comics); #44 (Usagi Yojimbo); #45(Cover by Moebius); #46(Shadowcat by Arthur Adams); #47(Snoopy & Charlie Brown); #48(Watchmen); #49(Micra);#51(cover by Pander Bros.); #52(Lone Wolf & Cub by Frank Miller); #53 ( The 'Nam);

1988 --

#54(Marvel's New Universe); #55(Southern Knights); #56(Excalibur); #57(Airboy by Stan Woch); #58(X-men's Storm); #59(Omaha the Cat Dancer); #60(Elfquest by Wendy Pini); #61(Concrete by Paul Chadwick); #62 (Wolverine by John Buscema); #63(Punisher Logo); #64(Silver Surfer & Galactus by Moebius);

1989 --

#66(Justice League international); #67(King Coan by Steve Fabian); #68(Aliens by Mark Nelson); #69(James Bond by Mike Grell); #70(Batman Movie with Michael Keaton & Kim Basinger); #72(Punisher by Mike Zeck); #73(Beauty & the Beast by Wendy Pini); #74(Batman); #75(Cover art by Howard Chaykin); #76 (X-men by Marc Silvestri); #77 (Batman Logo);

1990 --

#78(Batman by Edward Hannigan); #79,#80,#81(Spider-man by Todd McFarlane); #82(Robocop by Frank Miller); #83 (Grendel vs. Batman by Matt Wagner); #84 (Wolverine vs. Aliens by Sam Keith); #87 (Aliens vs. Predator by Dark Horse Comics); #88(Flash from the TV Fabian); #90(Fabian cover art) #91(Cyberrad by Neal Adams); #92(Ghost Rider & Toxic Avenger by Rodney Ramos); #93(Batman & Robin by Tom Lyle); #94 ( Infinity Gauntley by George Perez); #95( T.M.N.T. New Movie); #96(X-Force by Rob Liefeld); #97(Rocheteer; The Movie); #98(X-men by Jim Lee); #99(Lobo by Simon Bisley); #100, #101(Batman vs. Judge Dredd by Simon Bisley); #102(X-men by Jim Lee); #103(cover art by Steve Fabian); #104(Wolverine by Ted Boon Thnanakit);

1992 --

#106(Skull & Bones by Ed Hannigan); #109(Tarzan by Fred J. Arting); #110(Captain Kirik & Captain Picard by Gordon Purcell); #111(Robocop/ Terminator by Walt Simonson); #112(X-men by Louis Williams); #113 (Sin City by Frank Miller); #114(Bruce Wayne A.K.A. Batman by Brian Stelfreeze); #115(Bram Stoker's Dracula by Mike Mignola); #116(Death by Chris Bachalo);

1993 --

#117(Batman vs. Lobo by Randy Queen); #118(Deep Space Nine Photo cover); #119(Spawn, Shadowhawk, Diehard & Sniper-Patriot); #120(Superman Lives? by DC Comics); #121(Jack Kirby & Bob Newhart photo cover); #122(The Ren & Stimpy show); #123 ( Cover art by Lim & Kubert); #124(Deathmate by Chen & Bolinger); #125(Batman & Robin by Tom Grummett & Scott Hana); #126(Star Trek; The Next Generation Cast photo cover); #127(Cover art by Steve Fabian); #128(Judge Dredd by Ian Gibson); #129;


1994 –

#130(Droids by Cam Kennedy); #131(George Liquor, American & Jimmy the Hapless Boy by John Kricfalusi); #134(The Comics Industry Crisis); #136(Jim Carrey as the Mask); #137(Husk by Bashalo & Buckingham); #140(Wolverine by Adam Kubert & Mark Ryan);


1995 --

#141(Star Trek: Voyager Crew Photo); #142(Duckman by E. Peck); #147(The X-Files by Charles Adlard); #148(Cyber City Tim Elderd);


COMICS INTERVIEW SPECIAL EDITION (Magazine;, Squarebound, Fictioneer Books) #5(July/83; Elfquest by Wendy Pini), #6(X-men vs. Avengers); #19(Judge Dredd by Brian Bollard); #23 Robotech by Neil Vokes & Rich Rankin); #31(Batman & Robin Frank Miller); #42(Frank Frazetta); #43()Sex & Volence in Comics); #48(a Witchman by Dave Gibbons); #52(Lone Wolf & Cub by Gozeki Kojima); #62(Wolverine by John Buscema); #68(Aliens by Mark Nelson);


COMICS INTERVIEW SUPER SPECIAL (Fictioneer Books; Original Cover Price = US$9.95 each)

#NN Batman(1989; Michael Keith photo cover; VF=$12; FN=$8; VG=$5),

Big Bat Book! (Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman & Michael Keith as Batman);

Big Byrne Book (She-Hulk, Thing, Hulk & Sasquatch by John Byrne);

Cosmic Crossovers (George Perez Cover Art)

Lobo LIves! (Lobo by Simon Bisley);

Masters of Marvel (1989; cover art by Mike Zeck; FN $15);

Mutant Mania (1991; X-men by Mars Silvestri; VF/NM = $15),

Punisher (1989; Punisher by Brian Stelereeze; VF/NM = $15),

The Rocketeer (1989; cover art by Addams, Power & Baaras; VF/NM = $15),

Spawn (1995; Spawn by Todd McFarlane & Ted Boonthanakit; FN/VF=$12),

Superman (1993; Superman by Stine Walsh; VF/NM = $16; FN/VF=$10),

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X-files ( cover art by John Romita Jr.);

X-Men (1989; X-men by John Romita Jr.; FN $12),

X-men X-tra ( X-men by Louis Williams);

X-Men (1993; FN/VF=$12),

X-Files/Bad Girls (1996; VF/NM = $15);




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1977 --

#32 (Titled COMICS JOURNAL formerly Nostalgia Journal; DONALD DUCK sketch Cover = by CARL BARKS; 1/1977; 32 pages; FN=$20);

#35 (June/1977; BATMAN cover by Botsis & Machlan; 44 pages issue in 2 sections; We have only Section-B which has the Front cover & 20 pages; Contains a 4 page BATMAN PORTFOLIO; Section-A missing, o/w FN $7);

#37(December/1977; 1st MAGAZINE FORMAT issue; STAR WARS-c/s; Superman the Movie; Martin Pasko interview; Howard the Duck & Spideer-Man comic strips);

#38(February/1977; Star Hawks by Gil Kane);

#39 (4/1978; 8th issue under the Comics Journal Title; Power Girl & Huntress cover by Joe Staton; 92 pages; SUPERMAN vs MUHAMMAD ALI Treasury = 4 page Preview with  NEAL ADAMS art; Paul Levitz Interview; Don McGregor - Dragonflame; Those Dizzney Years where’s they Go? Death of Uncle Walt (Disney); San Francisco Underground Comix Scene; Close Encounters of the Third Kind; Spider-Woman : Incest in the Marvel Family article by Kim Thompson;  Devil Dinosaur by Kirby review by Kim Thompson;  Spider-Man vs Doctor Doom = 3 pages of Comic Strips; Spider-Man vs Spider-Woman Back cover by Fujitake; Paid Circulation = only 9000 Copies; Weight = 145 Grams; );


#40 (June/1978; front cover; Starhunters by Mike Nasser & Bob Layton; back cover Sub-Mariner by Howard Bender & Joe Sinnott);

#41(August/1978; Frontcover Spider-Man Kicking Out Howard the Duck by Steve Leialoha; back cover by Jim Starlin);

#43(December/1978; front cover Batman; Robin & Deadman by Dennis Fujitake);

#42 (10/1978; STAN LEE with Spider-Man, Hulk, Captain America, Thor & Iron Man COVER by JOHN BYRNE & Rubinstein; Doctor Fate, Doctor Strange & Mordo back cover by Fujitake; 68 pages; STAN LEE Interview; Doonesbury; Birth of the Comics Guild, with over 40 Comics Professionals, Transcribed & Edited by Gary Groth; Bill Mantlo - Political comics; Master of Kung Fu; Captain America by Steve Gerber; Weight = 110 Grams);


#43 (12/1978; Batman, Robin, Deadman, Green Lantern, Giant-Man, Ice-Man, Beast, Vision & Captain Marvel Wraparound Cover by Dennis Fujitake;  NEAL ADAMS = 12 page interview with art by Adams, Hembeck, Cannon & Newton; Steve Ditko returns to Marvel; Preview of  Lord of the Rings the Ralph Bakshi Animated Cartoon Movie; Article  on sci-fi author E.E. Doc Smith by author Randall Garrett.  South Africa Comics; Marvel Bullpen; Don Rosa illo; Jeff Jones Word Balloons ad; Sabre by Gulacy ad; Deathlok article; Early Jack of Hearts article; Mister Miracle #19-23 reviewed; Don Rosa illustrations;  Paid Circulation = only 9500 Copies;  );


#44(1/1979; 68 pages; Spider-Man & Fantastic Four cover by Keith Pollard; Best & Worst of comics, animation, Fandom, etc; Marv Wolfman interview; Underground Comix; Weight = 100 Grams);

#45(March/1979; Front cover Superman);

#46 (May/1979; Special WILL EISNER issue; 68 pages; The Spirit Painted cover by Will Eisner; Interview with Will Eisner;  A Contract With God review by Denny O'Neil; Wonder Woman under Jack C Harris by Richard Howell; AXA invades England; Changes in the X-MEN by Charles Boatner);

#47 (July/1979; Death of the Superheroes);

#48(Summer/1979; Weirdworld by John Buscema, Rudy Nebres & Peter Ledger);

#49(Sept/1979; Shape);

#50(10/1979; 92 pages. New X-Men cover by Dennis Fujitake; Red Sonja back-c; Denny O'Neil quits DC; Rise & Fall of Ricard Nixon & Marvel's Monsters; Chris Claremont interview; Weight = 145 Grams);

#51(November/1979; Frank Brunner's angry farewell to comics);

#52(December/1979; Plastic Man, Woozy Winks, Elongated Man; back cover Spider-man & Archie comics The Fly by Michael T. Gilbert);

#53 (1/1980; 148 page Giant issue; Harlan Ellison cover & interview; Kelly Freas interview; Trina Robbins interview; Murray Boltinoff interview; Green Lantern Back cover by Neal Adams; SOLD OUT);


#54 (3/1980; MOON KNIGHT and Batman cover by Bill Sienkiewicz; back cover art by Bob Aull; Al Capp = 7 page Interview with Art; Marshall Rogers = 14 page Interview with Art; 4 page article on the Art of Marshall Rogers; R.C. Harvey’s Column on Comics Storytelling begins; Reviews of; Craig Russell’s Night Music, Epic illustrated & the Black Hole; 1 page MOON KNIGHT article; Shadow Returns GN by Ellison & Kaluta; Article about STAR WARS Sequel appears in Four different Formats = Empire Strikes Back = This Story features the FIRST appearances of Yoda and BOBA FETT; );


#55 (April/1980; Green Lantern by Gil Kane; back cover art by John Bolton);

#56 (6/1980; superb JONAH HEX Painted cover by Luis Dominguez; 92 pages; Batman vs Moon Knight back cover by NEAL ADAMS; Michael Fleisher interview re JONAH HEX & More; Batman, Tomb of Dracula, Legion of Super-Heroes; Underground Comix; Mighty Mouse; Roy Thomas leaves Marvel; Weight = 180 Grams);

#57(Summer/1980; New X-Men with Wolverine cover by John BYRNE and Terry Austin; Shadow back-c by Mike KALUTA; 148 Pages Summer Special; John Byrne interview; return of Steve Gerber; Harlan Ellison; Comics Code rejects Daedevil DRUG Story; Stewart the Rat; Philippe Druillet; Untold History of I.W. Comics; Weight = 220 Grams);

#58 (September/1980; 100 Pages Including Comics; First MAJOR Published images of ELEKTRA from 9/1980 = FOUR MONTHS before DAREDEVIL #168 from 1/1981;

DAREDEVIL and ELEKTRA Cover by FRANK MILLER & Josef Rubinstein; 3 Page Article on DAREDEVIL and ELEKTRA with FRANK MILLER illustrations; Review of Russ Cochran’s EC Two Fisted Tales; Article about FLASH comics #270-284 with Death of Iris & Professor Zoom; Debate / Interview on Comic Book Writing with; Martin Pasko, Jim Shooter, Len Wein, Marv Wolfman & Mark Evanier; Robert Crumb Underground Comix;  3 Page Article on Star Wars: the Empire Strikes Back, the Movie with Photo’s; Darth Vader vs Luke Skywalker Light Sabre Battle Pinup Page with art by CARR, One Quarter Page PREVIEW illustration of the cover for STAR WARS #42 with First BOBA FETT Cover = 3 Months before the 12/1980 Release Date; 2-1/4" x 3-1/2" PREVIEW illustration of the cover for NEW TEEN TITANS #2 with First appearance of DEATHSTROKE = 3 Months before the 12/1980 Release Date; SHANNA the She-Devil = Topless Nude GGA / Good Girl art Pin-Up page by Fujitake; )


#59(Oct/1980; art by Ken Maklin; back cover Doc Ock vs. Machine Man);

#60(Nov/1980; Marvel Superheroes & Jim Shooter by Fred Hembeck);

1981 --

#61(Winter; Art by Gil Kane; back cover Wonder Woman by Frank Miller & Terry Austin);

#62(March; Batman Jerry Ordway & Sam De La Rosa);

#63(May; Elfquest by Wendy Pini);

#64(July; Tarzan by Gil Kane);

#65(August; Captain Victory by Jack Kirby; backcover art by Art Spiegelman; "Harlan Ellison vs. Mr. X);

#66(Sept; Batman; backcover Dr. Strage);

#67(October; Art & Interview Harvey Kurtman);

#68(November; Wolverine, Nightcrawler & Colussus by Dennis Fujitake);

#69(12/1981; Doctor Strange painted-c; R.I.P. = Wally WOOD and Russ MANNING; Gerry Conway interview; Ka-Zar; Weight = 165 Grams);

1982 --

#70(January/ Winter; Daredevil by Frank Miller);

#71(March; Hulk vs. Popeye by Peter Poplaski);

#72(May; Ms. Mystic by Neal Adams);

#73(July; Carl Barks);

74(August; X-men);

#75(September; Spider-man etc by Kevin Nowlan);

#76 (Oct; Captain Stearn by Berni Wrightson);

#77(Daredevil by Kevin Nowlan);

#78(December; art by Gil Kane);


1983 --

#79(New Teen Titans by Scott Hampton);

#80(Seduction of the Ignorant by Jamie Hernandez);

#81(May; EC's William Gaines by Bill Stout);

#82(July; Cerebus by Dave Sim & INterview Part 1);

#83(August; Cerebus by Dave Sim & Interview Part 2);

#84(Sept; Elric by Michael T. Gilbert);

#85(Oct; art by Joe Kubert);

#86(11/1983; Tintin-c by Herge & Article; Robert Kanigher interview part-2; Love & Rockets; Weight = 150 Grams);

#87(art by Don Rosa);

1984 --

#88(Jan;Should these comics be sold to children?);

#89(May; The Spirit by Will Eisner);

#90(June; art by Al Williamson);

#91(July; Special Convention Issue);

#92(Aug; Freak Brothers by Gilbert Shelton; Underground Issue);

#93 ( Sept; Swamp Thing by Steve Bissette & John Totleben);

#94(Oct; Comics from the rest of the World);

1995 --

#95(February; Captain Marvel by C.C. Beck);

#96(March; Major survey of Newave Comix);

#97(4/1985; Robert CRUMB cover & art; Special Harvey Pekar issue & interview; nice FN/VF $12);

#98(May; Which alternative Publisher will be first to Fall?);

#99(June; X-Men & Chris Claremont);

#100(July; Love & Rockets by Jamie Hernandez; interviews with 26 top creators);

#101 ( August; Robin by Frank Miller);

#102(Sept; Prince Valiant by Harold Foster);

#103(November; Babe by Mike Kaluta);

1986 --

#104(Jan; Snappy Sammy Smoot by Skip Williamson);

#105(Feb; Jack Kirby photo cover);

#106(March; art by Robert Crumb & Peter Pagge);

#107(April; Elektra-c; Sienkiewicz interview);
#108(May; Steve Canyon by Milton Caniff);

#109(July; Time 2 by Howard Chaykin);

#110(Aug; Badger & Nexus & Mike Baron by Steve Rude);

#111(Sept; art by Howart Cruse);

#112(Nov; Crossfire by Mitch Schauer);

#113(Dec; Robert Crumb & Gil Kane by Robert Crumb & Gil Kane);

1987 --

#114(Feb; art by Jay Lynch);

#115(April; Jim Shooter by Don Simpson);

#116(July;art by Dave Gibbons);

#117(Sept; Model & Dave Stevens by Dave Stevens);

#118(Dec; art by Moebius);

1988 --

119(Jan; art by Pat Oliphant);

#120(March; Walt Disney & Floyd Gottfredson);

#121(Cover & INterview Robert Crumb);

#122(June; art by Brian Bolland);

#123(July; art by Kim Deitch);

#124(Aug; Jules Feiffer by David Levine);

#125(October; Bloom County by Berke Breathed);

1989 --

#126(Jan; Love & Rockets by Jamie & Gilbert Hernandez);

#128(April; Sergio Aragones photo cover);

#129(May; Pierre Christin & Enki Bilal);

#130(July; Cerebus & Dave Sim by Dave Sim);

#131(Sept; art by Ralph Steadman);

#132 Nov; art by Lynda Barry);

#133 (Dec; Violence in comics by Jim Woodring);


1990 --

#134(Feb; Jack Kirby);

#135(April; art by Chester Brown);

#136(July; Vietnam by Jon Lomax);

#137(Sept; Superman by Stephen Bissette & Scott McCloud);

#138(Oct; Alan Moore by Bill Sienkiewicz);

1991 --

#140(Feb; Pogo by Walt Kelly);

#141(April; Bart Simpson by Matt Groening);

#142(June; art by Arnold Roth);

#143 ( April; on inside; art by Robert Crumb);

#144 (Sept; art by Timothy Truman);

#145(Oct; art by Eddie Campbell);

#146 (November; art by Shary Flenniken);

#147(December; art by P. Craig Russell);


1992 --

#148(February; art by Charles Burns);

#149(March; Comic art in the 1990's);

#150(May; Xenozois Tales by Mark Schultz);

#151(July; Warts & all by Drew Friedman);

#152(August; Todd McFarlane by Todd McFarlane);

#153(October; Harvey Kurtzman by Jack Davies);

#154(November; Daniel Clowes by Danies Clowes);


1993 --

#155(January; art by Dave McKean);

#156(Feb; art by Gahan Wilson);

#157(March; Zippy the Pinhead by Bill Griffith);

#158(April; art by Ed Sorel; art by Robert Crumb);

#159(May; art by Peter Bagge);

#160(June; Black Comic artist Issue);

#161(August; art by Robert Williams);

#162(Oct; Autobiographical Cartoonist by Jeff Wong);

#163(Nov; Vertigo by Chris Bachalo & Terry Laban);

#164 ( Dec; Art by Jim Woodring);


1994 --

#165(Jan; Mage by Matt Wagner);

#166 (Feb; art by Burne Hogarth);

#167 ( art by Paul Mavrides);

#168(May; art by Roberta Gregory; back cover Wendy Pini);

#169(July; Neil Gaiman by Michael Zulli);

#170(August; The Divine Comedy by Joe Coleman; backcover by Mark Martin);

#171 ( Sept; Christ condition by Clive Barker; backcover by Bill Willigham);

#172(November; art by Joe Kubert);

#173(Dec; Bone by Jeff Smith; backcover Hepcats by Martin Wagner; VF/NM, 9.0 = $12);


1995 --

#174(February(art by Frank Frazetta; back cover art by Bill Willingham);

#177(May; art by William Stout; special EC issue);

#181(Oct; Stan Lee by Drew Friedman);

#182(Nov; Terry Gilliam interview; back cover art by Milo Manara);


1996--

#190(Sept; art by Barry Windsor-Smith);

#191(November; art by Carmine Infatino; backcover art by Paul Pope);


1997 --

#198(Aug; art by Milo Manara);


1998 --

#201(Jan; backstage by Al Hirschfeld);

#202(March; art by Simon Bisley; interview Kevin Eastman);

#203(April; art by Roy Crane; backcover by Roy Tomkins & Mack White);

#209(December; Sin City by Frank Miller);


1999 --

#211(April; art by Dan Wright);

#213(June; art by Carol Lay);

#217(November; for Better or Worse by Lynn Johnson);

#218(December; art by Charles Vess);


2000 --

#219(Jan; art by Kyle Baker);

#222(April; Savage Dragon by Erik Larsen; back cover by James Kochalka; Gil Kane Tribute; VF, 8.0 = $10)

#223(May; art by Alex Ross; Alex Ross-c/a & Interview; VF/NM, 9.0 = $14);

#226(August; art by Tom Doughty);

#228(November; art by Jason Lutes; back cover art by Dave Johnson);


2001 --

#230(February; art by Tom Sutton);

#231(March; Daredevil by Gene Colon; Daredevil-c; Gene Colan-c/a; VF, 8.0 = $10)

#234(June; art by Kim Dietch, Charles Burns, Joe Sacco, Bill Griffth & Seth);

#235(July; 25th Anniversary Issue);

#236(August; Marv Wolfman photo cover);

#237(Sept; front cover designed by Carrie Whitney);

#238(October art by Fabio Viscogliosi);

#239(November; art by Dan O'Neill);


2002 --

#240(January; art by Jack Kamen);

#241(Feb; John Porcellion);

#242(April; Gil Kane interview; Peavuts Revisited);

#243(May; art by Dylan Horrocks);

#245(August; art by Dave Cooper);

#246(Sept; interview Victor Moscoso);

#247(October 9/11 Comics);

#248 (November; Nexus by Steve Rude);

#249(December; art by Debbie Drechsler)


2003 --

#251(March; art by James Sturm);

#254(July; art by Will Elder);

#256(October; art by Brian Chippendale);

#257(December; art by Rick Griffin);


2004 --

#258(February; art by Steve Ditko);


2009-

#297 (April; Beetle Bailey)


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#73(postdated May/1969; including On The Drawing Board; 6 pages; 1-1/3 page Fanzine index; interior ABEL illo by Orlando; 2 x Neal Adams DC cover preview illos; Print Run = 900 Copies; VG/FN $20);

#74(postdated 10/1969; including On The Drawing Board; 6 pages; 3-1/2 page Fanzine index; 2 pages on results of 1968 Alley Awards Poll; VG $18);

#75(11/1969; including On The Drawing Board; 6 pages; VG/FN $20);

#76(postdated 12/1969; including On The Drawing Board; 6 pages; 2 page Fanzine index; VG/FN $20);

#86(“ETCETERA & the Comic Reader”; 7” x 8-1/2” size; 6/1972; Mr Miracle & BATMAN-c by Kupperberg & Mitchell; special Convention edition; 28 pages; approx 1000 copy Print Run; VG $18);

#90(10/1972; 18 pages; 7” x 8-1/2” size; Pages 9/10 is missing, rest is VG $5)

#93(1/1973; Animal Man-c by Kupperberg; 24 pages; Print Run = 1950 copies; VG/FN $12);

#94(2/1973; Ironwolf-c by Chaykin; 24 pages; Spider-Man #121 Death of Gwen Stacy issue "Turning Point" cover & preview inside; WRIGHTSON Art on Maryland Mini-con ad; NO Mailing Label., VF+=$20);

#94(2/1973; Ironwolf-c by Chaykin; 24 pages; Spider-Man #121 Death of Gwen Stacy issue "Turning Point" cover & preview inside; WRIGHTSON Art on Maryland Mini-con ad; G/VG=$9);

#95(3/1973; Pirates-c by Ronn Sutton; 24 pages; Print Run = 2250 copies; Spider-Man #122 Death of Green Goblin issue cover & preview inside; Death of Bill Everett announced; NO Mailing Label; VF=$20; FN=$14);

#96(4/1973; Return of SPECTRE-c by Murphy Anderson; With Cover & previews inside for; Batman #251 with Joker by Neal Adams, DC Shadow #1 by Kaluta, Limited Collectors Edition C-21 Shazam; NO Mailing Label, VF+=$20; VF=$16; has Mailing Label, VG/FN = $10););

#97(5/1973; Original X-MEN with hairy Beast-c by Milgrom; With Cover & previews inside for; Ghost Rider #1, Jungle Action #6 with Black Panther & Marvel Feature #11 Thing vs Hulk; NO Mailing Label; VF=$22);

#97(5/1973; Original X-MEN with hairy Beast-c by Milgrom; With Cover & previews inside for; Ghost Rider #1, Jungle Action #6 with Black Panther & Marvel Feature #11 Thing vs Hulk; with Mailing Label; VG=$11);

#99(7/1973; Manhunter = color cover by Walt Simonson; NO Mailing Label, FN/VF=$16);

#101(11/1973; DC's Captain Marvel cover by Jim Aparo; full page JEFF JONES illo AD for Middle Earth portfolio; Subscription copy with Address Stamp on Back cover, & one staple Hole, FN/VF $15);

#102(12/1973; Marvel's Captain Marvel cover by JIM STARLIN; full page LUANA pinup by FRAZETTA; Subscription copy with Address Stamp on Back cover, & one staple Hole, FN/VF $15);

#103(1-2/1974; SPIDER-MAN-c by GIL KANE; cover & preview inside for; Famous First Edition C-26 = Action #1-r; VG/FN=$10);

#104(3/1974; Enemy Ace-c by Frank Thorne; VG/FN = $10);

#105(4/1974; FOX-c by ALEX TOTH; cover & preview inside for; OMAC the One-Man Army #1 by Jack Kirby; ASK);

#105(4/1974; FOX-c by ALEX TOTH; cover & preview inside for; OMAC the One-Man Army #1 by Jack Kirby; Blue Pen writing inside o/w ASK);

#106(5/1974; Green Lantern-c by Maitz; VF/NM=$16; VF=$12; VG=$7);

#107(6/1974; JUSTICE-c by Joe Staton & Patterson; Subscription copy with Address Stamp on Back cover, & one staple Hole, VF=$12; FN=$9; VG=$6);

#108(7/1974; DR STRANGE-c by Frank BRUNNER; SOLD OUT);

#109(8/1974; BATMAN-c by Janson; PREVIEW Listing for Incredible HULK #181 "and Now Wolverine" = Text Listing Only, no illustration; VF=$29; FN/VF=$22; FN=$15);

#110(9/1974; Luke Cage-c by Ron Wilson; PREVIEW for the coming of ATALS SEABOARD Comics; SOLD OUT)

#111(10/1974; Atlas Seaboard's Iron Jaw-c by Neal ADAMS; PREVIEWS for ATALS SEABOARD Comics; FN/VF=$17; VG=$10);

#112(11/1974; Baron Weirwulf & Haunted Library Charlton Horror characters-c = Newton-a?; With Cover & previews inside for; Strange Tales #178 Warlock by Starlin; VF=$14; FN=$9; VG=$6);

#113(12/1974; Invasion / Starship SF-c by Aparo; Cover & Preview for the Un-Published Atlas Seaboard Title WONDERLAND; VF=$16; VG=$8);

#115(2/1975; THOR-c by Sinnnott; Cover & Preview for CAPTAIN CANUCK #1 featuring the Original unpublished Cover; VF+=$18; VGFN=$10);

#117(4/1975; Lone Ranger-c by Tom Gill; VF=$12; VG=$6);

#118(5/1975; Kamandi-c by Staszak; With Cover & previews inside for; X-MEN #94 = NEW X-MEN Series Begins; VF+= $22);

#118(5/1975; Kamandi-c by Staszak; With Cover & previews inside for; X-MEN #94 = NEW X-MEN Series Begins; overall FN,VF, but writing inside thus VG = $10);

#118(5/1975; Kamandi-c by Staszak; With Cover & previews inside for; X-MEN #94 = NEW X-MEN Series Begins; Subscription copy with Address Stamp on Back cover, & one staple Hole, thus VG = $9);

#119(6/1975; Atlas Seaboard's Son of Dracula-c by Frank Thorne; VF=$12; FN/VF=$9; VG=$6);

#120(7/1975; comeback of QUALITY Heroes-c by Tiefenbacher; cover & preview inside for; Champions 31, Marvel Feature #1 with Red Sonja, Inhumans #1 and X-Men #95; VF=$12; VG=$6);

#121(8/1975; BATMAN-c by GRELL; VF=$15; FN=$10; VG=$7);

#122(9/1975; RED SONJA-c by THORNE; FN=$10; VG=$7);

#123(10/1975; Cody Starbuck-c by Chaykin; VF=$14; VG=$7);

#124(11/1975; 14 characters from Warner Bros / Looney Tunes-c by Mark Evanier; VF=$12; FN=$9; VG=$6);

#125(12/1975; SPIRIT-c by EISNER; VF=$16; VG=$8; G=$5);

#126(1/1976; Early MOON KNIGHT Cover by Don Perlin & Klaus  Janson; FN);


#127(2/1976; DC's Starfire-c by Vosburg; VF=$12; FN=$9; VG=$6; G=$4); #127(VG, ½ Back cover missing $3);

#128(3/1976; ROG-2000 & Howard the Duck cover by John BYRNE; VF=$20; VG=$10; G/VG=$8);

#129(4/1976; NOVA cover by MT; VF=$14; FN=$9; VG=$6);

#130(5/1976; BATMAN, Joker & Two-Face-c by APARO; VF=$15; FN=$10; VG=$7; G=$5);

#131(6/1976; Fawcett Heroes-c by Tiefenbacher, soon to return in JLA-JSA; VF=$12; FN=$9; VG=$6);

#132(7/1976; GHOST RIDER-c by Frank Robbins & Craig Russell; VF=$12; FN=$9; VG=$6);

#133(8/1976; Super Summer Special; DC Horror Hosts-c by Sergio Aragones; VF $12);

#134(8/1976; PHANTOM-c by Don Newton; VF=$12; FN=$9);

#135(9/1976; Larson-c; FN/VF=$9; FA./G=$3);

#136(10/1976; original Metal Men-c by Walt Simonson & Berni WRIGHTSON; Later redrawn for MM #45 by Giordano; VF=$18; FN=$12; VG=$9);

#137(11/1976; Liberty Legion & Howard the Duck-c by Tiefenbacher; VF=$9; FN=$6);

#138(12/1976; DAREDEVIL-c by Syd Shores; VF=$9; FN=$6; VG=$4);

#139(1/1977; Black Lightning-c by Von Eeden & Orlando; Superman & Brainiac back-c; VF=$9; FN=$6; VG=$4);

#140(2/1977; Wonder Woman-c by Nasser; All-Star Squadron / JSA back-c by Staton/Layton; VF=$12; FN=$9; VG=$6);

#141(3/1977; John Carter & Tarzan-c; Girls of X-Men back-c; VF $10);

#142 [cover dated as April 1977, but released in February 1977; Scarce PRE-Big Screen Movie Debut PREVIEW of Marvel’s STAR WARS Comic #1; Comic Reader #142 Released in February 1977 BEFORE the release of the Blockbuster Film/ Movie by 20th Century Fox Star Wars {Episode IV - A New Hope} which Debuted in Theatres on May 25, 1977; The Marvel STAR WARS #1 comics is cover dated July/1977, but was on sale on Newsstands & in Stores Released on April 12/1977, THIRTEEN DAYS BEFORE the Movie Debuted in Theatres; (Clarifying Important Note; For decades, it has been the common standard practice for  Comic Publishers & other Magazine publishers to add about TWO MONTHS to the Cover Date, after the Newsstand Release Date - Traditionally that was the date the Comics was considered expired & ready to Remove from the Newsstand): Thus while the Marvel STAR WARS #1 comic is Cover Dated July/1977, it actually hit the newsstands in May 12/1977. Similarly, while the COMIC READER #142 is Cover Dated April/1977, it actually hit the Stores & was sent out subscription copies in February/1977.  Thus COMIC READER #142 PRECEDES both the Big-Screen Movie Debut and the Marvel Comic Debut by about THREE MONTHS; *** On  the "Marvel News" page 7 of Comic Reader #142 is probably the First published image anywhere of the cover of  Marvel's STAR WARS Comic #1 with a 1/4 Page 2" x 3-1/4" Image of the Cover in B&W; *** In the "ST Pocket Checklist" page 15 in the Marvel Category, STAR WARS Comic #1 is Listed among the Upcoming Comics List; *** In the "Marvel Comic Comics" Section on page 19 appears a six line description of  STAR WARS Comic #1 and lists the RELEASE DATE as "[4/12]" = April 12/1977 Release Date; *** This issue also contains Previews with images of; Action #473 with Faora & General Zod, Limited Collector's Edition C-51 with Batman by Adams, 2001: A Space Odyssey #8 with 1st Machine Man by Kirby; ** Front Cover features HAWKMAN; Back cover features Kobra by Mike Nasser = ASK];

#143(5/1977; Power Man & Iron Fist as a Team cover by JOHN BYRNE in the style of Don Martin; Thing & Human Torch back-c; VF=$18; FN=$12);

#144(6/1977; CREEPER-c by Potts & Austin; Man-Bat back-c by Fugate; VF=$9; FN=$6);

#145(7/1977; NEW X-MEN with artist John BYRNE appearance on cover by Dave Cockrum; GODZILLA & Nick Fury back-c; VF=$15; VG/FN=$8);

#146(8/1977; Superman-c by Don Newton; Plastic Man back-c by Don Rosa; VF=$9; FN=$6; G=$3);

#147(9/1977; Disiple-c by Marshall Rogers; Golden Man back-c by Tiefenbacher; VF=$8;FN=$5);

#148(10/1977; Ms Marvel-c by Sutton; Warlock & Capt Marvel back-c by Herring; VF $10);

#149(ROG-2000 cover by JOHN BYRNE; Wonder Woman back-c by Sutton; VF=$15; FN=$10);

#150(11/1977; CONAN vs Captain America-c; Howard the Duck as Capt America back-c cartoon; VF=$8; FN=$6;VG=$4);

#151(12/1977; SUPERMAN in Kryptonite Chains-c by JIM STARLIN; Nightwing & Flamebird back-c; FN=$9; VG=$6);

#152(1/1978; Spider-Man as a Wooky parody-c by Cockrum; Star Wars & Howard the Duck parody back-c; VF=$12; VG=$6);

#153(2/1978; Thor, Demon, Omac, Eternals & New Gods-c by Houston; SPECTRE back-c by Milgrom; VF=$8; FN=$5);

#154(3/1978; GHOST RIDER cover by Jim STARLIN; Charlie-27 back-c by Milgrom; VF=$10; FN=$7; VG=$5);

#155(4/1978; DC's FIRESTORM and STEEL-c by Tiefenbacher; FLASH back-c by Tiefenbacher; VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4);

#156(5/1978; Black Panther vs White Tiger-c by Houston; Scarlet Witch back-c by Sutton; VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4; FA/G=$2.50);

#157(6/1978; Wraparound-c of Green Lantern, GA Green Lanterm vs Solomon Grundy & Wizard, by Staszak; VF=$8; FN=$6; FA=$2.50);

#158(7/1978; Howard the Duck, Captain America, Black Panther, Human Torch & Sub-Mariner-c by Kupperberg; Dr Strange back-c by HEMBECK; VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4);

#159(8/1978; Manhunter from Mars-c by Milgrom; Powergirl & Huntress back-c; DC Implosion = Axes 23 Titles; VF=$7; FN=$5);

#160(9/1978; Doctor Strange-c by Gammill; Captain America & Thor cartoon back-c; VF=$7; FN=$5);

#161(10/1978; Shazam/ Capt Marvel, Mary Marvel & Capt Marvel Jr-c, by Hembeck; Warlord back-c by Ordway; VF=$9; FN=$6; VG=$4);

#162(11/1978; BPVP's I ALIEN cover by Terry Austin; T.C. Mars back-c by Sergio Aragones; VF=$6; FN=$4; VG=$3);

#163 (12/1978; LAST Small Digest Size Format issue; “IF WHAT” = Superman vs Hulk, Green Lantern vs Iron Man, Thor vs Wonder Woman, Batman vs Captain America, Flash vs Quicksilver, COVER by Jensen; Spider-Woman back-c by Al Gordon; Preview for AVENGERS #181 = First appearance of Scott Lang, later to become the new ANT-MAN = PEREZ-c, Scott Lang & Henry Pym to be appearing in the upcoming ANT-MAN Movie = First published image anywhere?; VF=$9; FN=$6; G=$3);


the COMIC READER (Magazine;Jerry Bails; TCR Pub./Street Enterprises Pub.)

(#164--219 = Larger Comic Sized Format = Weight is 90 GRAMS each); >>> [from 1970-9/1984 Comic Rear the #1 Source for Previews of Up & Coming Info on New Comics & Related items (much like Diamond Previews today) = Much of the most important info of the BRONZE AGE is recorded forever in these pages = a Valuable Referance Mag for Comic Historians; MANY interior illustrations; MOST 1972 up issues have original material Art on Covers & Inside] ; >>> [ #164 Up = Combines with Menomonee Falls Gazette & Adds Comic Strip Reprints like; Batman by Bob Kane, Modesty Blaise, Superman by Siegel & Shuster, BEN CASEY by NEAL ADAMS, Paul Temple, Seekers, Star Hawks by Ron Goulart & Gil Kane; Plus Original strips = Dick Duck, Duck Dick by Jim Engel & Bullet Crow by Chuck Fiala, Captain Kentucky comics by Don Rosa; >> New Art by

DON ROSA, HEMBECK & others in many issues];

#164 (1/1979; FIRST Larger Comic Sized Format BEGINS; STAR HAWKS by Gil KANE-c; Starr back-c by Giffen; Combines with Menomonee Falls Gazette & Adds Comic Strip Reprints BEGIN; Preview for the New Scott Lang as ANT-MAN by JOHN BYRNE in Marvel Premiere #47, to be apperaing in the upcoming ANT-MAN Movie = First published image anywhere?; Chris Claremont interview; VF=$10; FN=$7; VG=$5);

#165(2/1979; wraparound SUPERMAN the Movie-c by Jerry Ordway; VF=$7; FN=$5; VG=$3.50);

#166(3/1979; Sub-Mariner-c by Howell; >> Back cover by GEORGE PEREZ & Sinnott; VF=$9);

#167 (4/1979; New X-MEN cover by JOHN BYRNE; Manimal vs Nazi back-c by Ernie Colan; VF=$15; FN=$10; VG=$7; G=$5);

#168 (5/1979; new Scott Lang ANT-MAN-c by Layton; Godzilla vs Shang-Chi back-c by Cockrum; VF=$10; FN=$6);

#169 (6/1979; Marvel's Captain Marvel-c by Broderick & Palmer; ROM Spaceknight back-c by Romita Jr; VF=$6; FN=$4);

#170 (7/1979; Shang-Chi, Master of Kung-Fu-c by Mike ZECK; HULK back-c by O'Connell; VF=$6; VG/FN=$4);

#171 (8/1979; THOR-c by Pollard & Herring; El Agulia back-c by Cockrum; VF=$6; VG/FN=$4);

#172(9/1979; Shazam's Captain Marvel-c by Aparo; Swamp Thing back-c by O'Connell; VF=$6; VG/FN=$4);

#173(10/1979; SPIRIT-c by Hanley & Jensen; X'Men's Storm & Pheonix back-c by Staszak; VF=$7; FN=$5; VG=$3.50);

#174(11/1979; Iron Man-c by Layton; Iron Man vs HULK back-c by Layton; VF=$9; VG=$5);

#175(12/1979; Green Lantern-c by Don Newton & Terry Austin; Plastic Man back-c by Hanley & Jensen; VF=$5; VG/FN=$3);

#176(1/1980; Machine Man-c by Steve DITKO & different Machine Man back-c by DITKO; VF=$5; VG/FN=$3);

#177(2/1980; BATGIRL & Catwoman-c by Jensen; Firestorm back-c by Taylor; VF=$5; VG/FN=$3);

#178(3/1980; Mary Marvel, Sivana & Mr Mind-c by Dave Hunt; JLA's Red Tornado back-c; VF=$5; VG/FN=$3);

#179 (4/1980; STAN LEE 1922-1980 Memorial = April Fools joke - Photo-c, with Spider-Man, Hulk, Surfer & many superheroes on edges; Muppets as Sgt Fury parody back-c; Page 6 "WHITMAN NEWS" talks about the MISSING Whitman Titles & the Practice if WHITMAN's Being Distributed in Pre-Pack Plastic Bags; VF=$9; VG/FN=$5);

#180 (5-6/1980; Hawkman & Adam Strange-c by Gruenwald & Jensen; James Bond 007 back-c by Aparo; Page 7 & 31"WHITMAN NEWS" talks about the MISSING Whitman Titles & the Practice if WHITMAN's Being Distributed in Pre-Pack Plastic Bags; Comic Comics Lists the initial 11 RARE Whitman Pre-Pack Only comics to be distributed in August 1980 as = Beep Beep #91, Chip N dale #67, Daffy Duck #129, Daisy & Donald #221 and #45, Donald Duck #221, Looney Tunes #33, Mickey Mouse #207, Pink Panther #75, Tom & Jerry #330, WD Comics & Stories #479, Winnie the Pooh #20; VF=$8; VG/FN=$5);

#181 (7/1980; Wonder Woman front-c & Batman back-c = both with Terry Austin-a; Page 8 & 31 Lists the 12 RAREST Whitman Pre-Pack Only comics to be distributed in September 1980 as = Beep Beep #92, BLACK HOLE #4, Bugs Bunny #221, Huey Dewey Louis #65, LITTLE LULU #260, Popeye #158, Porky Pig #97, Super Goof #61, Tweety & Sylvester #105, UNCLE SCROOGE #179, WD Comics & Stories #480, Yosemite Sam #68; *** Includes Preview & Cover images on pages 2 and 4 for DC Comics Presents #26 including the cover of the Bomus insert NEW TEEN TITANS cover by PEREZ; VF=$12; VG/FN=$7);

#182(8/1980; CONAN & dead BELIT-c; Captain Flash back-c; VF=$5; VG/FN=$3);

#183(9/1980; JLA / Justice League-c by Jensen; Batgirl & Supergirl back-c by Staszak; VF=$6; VG/FN=$4);

#184(10/1980; Asterix & Cleopatra-c by Staszak; Warlock back-c by Mignola; VF=$5; VG/FN=$3);

#185(11/1980; Richie Rich, Stumbo & Casper-c; Over 90 Hanna-Barbera characters back-c; VF=$9; FN=$6; VG=$4);

#186(12/1980; Shazam's Captain Marvel-c by Don Newton & Adkins; Power Man, Iron Fist & Black Lightning back-c by HEMBECK; VF=$5; VG/FN=$3);

#187(1/1981; DEATHLOK cover by George PEREZ; CONAN back-c; VF=$12; FN=$9; VG=$6);

#188(2/1981; Spider-Man & Supergirl, with Spider-Woman & Superman parody-c by Hembeck; BACK-c features over 100 characters from all publishers by Hanley; ** Sale; VF=$4; VG/FN=$3);

#189(3/1981; Captain America-c by Don Newton; Captain America & Bucky back-c by Mignola; VF=$6; VG/FN=$4);

#190(Marvel's Obnoxio the Clown-c by Kupperberg; Shang-Chi back-c by Mignola; VF=$6; VG/FN=$4);

#191(5-6/1981; Space Ghost-c by Houston; New TEEN TITANS back-c by Macari; VF=$6; VG/FN=$4);

#192(7/1981; Batman, Blue Beetle & Captain America-c by Houston; Galactus back-c; VF=$5; VG/FN=$3.50);

#193(8/1981; Wolverine, HULK, She-Hulk vs Thing & Howard the Duck-c, by Bill Black; Aquaman back-c by Mignola; VF=$9; VG/FN=$6);

#194(9/1981; JONAH HEX & Wanted Poster-c; Danger Council back-c = with 28 obscure DC characters; VF=$6; VG/FN=$4);

#195(Doctor Strange-c by Abrams; Wolverine & New X-MEN parody back-c; VF=$5; VG/FN=$3);

#196(11/1981; Dominic Fortune, Doc Savage & Spirit cover by Mignola; Sorcerer back-c by Layton; ** Sale; VF=$4; VG/FN=$3);

#197(12/1981; Huntress-c; JLA & JSA back-c, by Hembeck; SCARCE issue; SOLD OUT);

#198(Nick Fury-c by Vosburg; Capt America & Red Skull back-c; Charlton comic Heroes; SCARCER; VF+ $14);

#199(2-3/1982; THOR Chess Theme-c by Milgrom; Manhunter back-c by Mignola; VF=$5; VG/FN=$3);

#200(4/1982; Wraparound-c with 46 Charlton, Archie, Tower & other Super-Heroes, by Abrams; VF=$6; VG/FN=$4);

#201(Captain America, Capt Britain & Captain Canuck Parody-c by DON ROSA; Iron Man back-c by Don Heck; VF=$6; FN=$4; VG=$3);

#202(6/1982; Earth-Two Batman, Robin & Huntress cover by Stasi; Green Lantern back-c; Scarcer; VF $8);

#203 (8/1982; GHOST RIDER & Son of Satan-c by Mignola; Ben Grimm the THING back-c; Page 13-14, and 34 Lists Archie's Girls BETTY and VERONICA #320 for Release on July 20/1982 and JUGHEAD #325 for Release on August 3/1982 = FIRST and SECOND appearance of CHERYL BLOSSOM in Text Only with NO illustrations, and no Mention of Cheryl Blossom, but it proves B&V #320 is 2 weeks older than Jughead #325; This issue Features the Previews for the October 1982 DC and MARVEL Comics = 10/1982 was the Month that Canadian Newsstand Cover Price VARIANTS began = But with No mention of the Price Increases for Canada; VF=$10; VG/FN=$6);

#204(Capt America-c by Bill Sienkiewicz; Pheonix back-c by Terry Austin; VF=$5; VG/FN=$3.50);

#205(10/1982; Green Lantern cover with EARLY art by TODD McFARLANE; BATMAN back-c by Don Newton; VF=$12; VG/FN=$8);

#206(11/1982; Spider-Man-c by Gammill; BATMAN & Monsters back-c; VF=$5; VG/FN=$3.50);

#207(12/1982; Nighcrawler of Xmen-c by Cockrum; Storm of X-Men back-c by Abrams; VF=$6; VG/FN=$4);

#208(1/1983; DNAgents-c by Meugniot; TIGRA back-c with cameos of Garfield, Kraven, Catwoman, Felix the Cat & Krazy Kat; VF=$5; VG/FN=$3);

#209(Blackhawk-c by Spiegle; BATMAN & Black Canary back-c by Abrams; VF=$5; VG/FN=$3);

#210(4/1983 GROO the Wanderer-c by Sergio Aragones; Green Lantern back-c; VF=$8; VG/FN=$5);

#211(Cartoon-c by Jim Engel & Joe Rubinstein; Star Hunters back-c by Don Newton; VF=$5; VG/FN=$3);

#212(8/1983; Shang-Chi & Daredevil-c by Mignola; Black Cat back-c by Kujava; VF=$6; VG/FN=$4);

#213(Dreadstar-c, by Abrams; Charlton Super-Heroes back-c; VF=$6; VG/FN=$4);

#214(11/1983; Huntress-c by Ordway; Captain Crimson back-c by Lightle; VF=$6; VG/FN=$4);

#215(Spider-Woman vs Silver Samurai-c; Sandman & Sandy back-c; VF=$5; VG/FN=$3);

#216(Archie as a Barbarian-c, with Betty, Veronica & Jughead, by Goldberg; Nightshade back-c; VF=$6; VG/FN=$4);

#217(Low Print & Scarcer issue; New Talent Showcase-c by Woch & Kesel; Green Lantern back-c by Jurgens & Ordway; VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4);

#218(Low Print & Scarcer issue; Wonder Woman front-c by Jensen; Wonder Woman back-c by Howwell; VF=$10; VG/FN=$6);

#219(September/1984; Scarce LAST issue; Evangeline-c; Martian Manhunter back-c; Captain Kentucky comics by Don Rosa; VF/NM=$15; VF=$12);




COMIC RELIEF (Magazine;, Page One Pub/ Bookworks, Inc, May/89) #1-17,20,50,52,53,55,87,89,91-94,96,97,115,124-129, 131,132,135;


THE COMICS READER ( Pub. Just Not Comics; 1990) #1(Dick Tracy/ Spider-Man);

COMICS RETAILER (Krause Pub.;Fanzine/ Magazine); 1993; (May) (December);

COMICS RETAILER (Krause Pub.;Fanzine/ Magazine); 1994; (September) (November);

COMICS RETAILER // COMICS and GAMES RETAILER Fanzine / Magazine;, Krause Pub.) -- #8(11/1992), 9,12, 54-56, 62,66, 67, 78(September/98),79, 81, 82(1/1999), 83-91, 93-104, 106-143, 145-184,186,187;


COMICS REVUE (Magazine;, U.S.A. Comics/Manuscript Press)

1983 -- #1(Bloom County);

1984 -- #2(B.C.); #3(Interview v- Jim Davis); #4(May; Star Wars), #5(Hagar the Horrible); #6(Latigo); #7(Gasoline Alley); #8(Steve Canyon);

1985 -- #9(More Than 50 of your Favorite Comics Strips); #10(Bloom County); #11(Secret Agent X-9);#12(Hagar the Horrible); #13(Flash Gordon); #14(Spider-Man); #15(Latigo); #16(Gasoline Alley);

1986 -- #17(Dick Moores 1909 - 1986);

1987 -- #18(Hagar the Horrible) #19(Spider-Man); #20(Flash Gordon); #21(Steve Canyon); #22(Bloom County);

1988 -- #25(Secret Agent X-9/ Flash Gordon); #26(Modesty Blasie); #30( Steve Canyon);

1989 -- #31(Latigo); #32(Bloom County); #33(Popeye); #34(The Phantom); #35(Gasoline Alley); #36(Bloom County); #37(Dik Browne 1917 - 1989); #38(Hagar the Horrible); #39(Flash Gordon); #40(Outland); #41(Batman);

1990 -- #43(Batman); #44(Modesty Blaise); #45(Batman); #46(Flash Gordon); #47(Modesty Blaise); #48(The Phantom); #49(The Joker); #50(Batman/ The Phantom); #51(Spider-man & Kingpin); #52(The Pengiun/ Opus/ Batman); #53(Modesty Blaise); #54(Flash Gordon); #55(Batman & Spider-man); #56(Merry Christmasn to you All);

1991 -- #57(Modesty Blaise); #58(T.M.N.T.); #59(Spider-Man); #60(T.M.N.T.); #61(Bloom County); #62(Latigo); #63(Arkham Asylum); #64(T.M.N.T.); #65(Batman); #66(Judge Dredd); #67 (Modesty Blaise); #69(Gasoline Alley); #70(Judge Dredd);

1992 -- #71(Dr. Doom); #74(B.C.); #81(Gasoline Alley);

1994 -- #95(Gasoline Alley);

1996 -- #125(Modesty Blasie); #129(Buz Sawyer/ The Christmas Story by Hal Foster);

1999 -- #160(Children of Lucifer); #163(Sky Masters);

2000 -- #167(Sky Masters of the Space Force);

2003 - #204(Flash Gordon); #205(Alley Oop); #206(Tarzan);

2008 -- #262(Pardners by Stan Lynde);



COMICS REVUE ANNUAL (Magazine;, Manuscript Press) #1;

COMICS SCENE (Magazine;, 1st Series, Comics World Corp., 1981) #1-11;


COMICS SCENE (Magazine;, 2nd Series, Comics World Corp., 1987) #1;

#2 [2/1988; Early or First Published SPIDER-MAN Cover by TODD McFARLANE (Art dated 12-87 by McFarlane) = published One Month Before Spider-Man #298; Has Three page PREVIEW for Amazing Spider-Man #300 with 7 images by TODD McFARLANE including VENOM & Eddie Brock; Dave Stevens, Bob Burden of Flaming Carrot, and Howard Chaykin interviews & Articles; ASK];

#3-39,#43 (6 page Mike Mignola article including Hellboy; VF+ $8); 44—48,50-55;


COMICS SCENE SPECTACULAR (Magazine;, Comics World Corp.) #1-6;

COMIC SCENE 2000 (Starlog Groups Inc.; 2000) #2;

COMICS SCENE YEARBOOK (Magazine;, Comics World Corp.) #1-3;


COMIC SHOP NEWS --

1987 - #6(August/12; The World of Krypton); #8(August/26; Fantastic Four); #9(September/ 2; Kirby Awards); #11(September/ 16; Jon Sable); #12(Sept/ 23; Blackhawk); #13(Sept/ 30; Fist of the North Star); #13(Oct/6; Shadow Line Saga); #15 (Oct/13; Cinder and Ashe); #16(Oct/20; Big Changes come to Marvel Line); #17(Oct/27; Excalibur); #18(Nov/ 3; Action Comics to go Weekly);


1988 -- #31(Feb/10; The Joker); #33(Feb/23; Racer-X Scout); 45(May/12; Incal); #46(May/19; Marvel Mutants); #47(May/26; DC Cosmic Odyssey); #48(June/1; Sub-Mariner/ Shannon Tweed); #54(July/13; The Prisoner/ West Coast Avengers by John Byrne); #56(July/27; Team Tankee); #57(August/ 3; Inferno); #58(August/10; The Ftae); #62(Sept/ 7; DC Invasion Crossover); #63(Sept/14; Lone Wolf & Cub); #64(Sept/21; Batman/ Outlanders); #65(Sept/28; Captain Britain / Mister Miracle); #66(Oct/5; Grendel/ Cosmic Odyssey); #67(October/12; Mazinger); #68(Oct/19; How to Draw the Marvel Way); #69(Oct/26; L.E.G.I.O.N./ Dreadstar); #70(Nov/2; Thor; The Maze Agency); #70(Should be 71; Catwoman); #72(Nov/16; Jack Kirby/ She-Hulk); #73(Nov/23; The Phantom/ Nova); #74(Nov/ 30; Ax/ Huntress); #75(Dec/7; Punisher/ Gumby and Pokey); #76 (Dec/13; Batman); #77(Dec/20; Miracleman); #79(Dec/28; The Shadow/ The Elementals);


1989 --#80(Jan/4; Justice League INternational); #81(Jan/11; Batman/ Wolverine); #82(Jan/ 18; Dr. Strange); #83(Jan/23; Arena from Marvel); #85(Feb/8; Groo/ The Phantom); #86(Feb/16; Little Nemo/ Beauty and the Beast);#87(Feb/23; Lex Luthor/ Robotech); #88(March/1; Thor Annual 4); 89(Grimjack); #90(Grendel); #91(Badger); #92(Lum from Viz); #93(Sensei); #94(Batman/ Grimjack); #95(Robin/ Nth Man); #96(Thing & Death's Head); #97(Captain Harlock/ Give Me Liberty); #98(Batman); #99(Wolverine); #100(Piranha Press); #101(Marvel Hardcovers); #102(Dr. Strange); #103(Badger); #104(Robin Hood); #105(Starman); #106(Adventure Comics); #107(Shurken); #108(Why I Hae Saturn); #109(Wolverine); #110(Aliens); #111(Predator); #112(Deadman); #113(Black Terro); #114(Fantastic Four); #115(Electric Undertow); #116(3-D Zone); #117(Clive Barker's Hellraiser); #118(Arkham Asylum); #119(Monster Frat House); #120(Open Space); #121(Marvel Monsters); #122(Marvel's the Agent); #123(Dracula from Eternaity); #124(Captain Harlock); #125(Captain America photo cover); #126(Go-Man); #127(Silver Surfer); #128(Shuriken); #129(Aliens vs. Predator); #130(Classics Illustrated from First Comics);


1990 -- #131(The Bat); #132(A1); #133(Classics Illustrated from First); #136(Lensman); #138(Sub-Mariner); #139(Human Torch); #140(Baker Street); #141(Daredevil); #142(March Hot Picks!); #143(Cat & Mouse); #144(Snarl from Caliber); #145(Hulk Grey); #146(April Hot Picks!); #147(Tomorrow Knights); #148(Batman by Steve Rude); #149(Nightstreets Book 3); #150(Silverstorm); #151(Flahs Old & New); #152(White Devil); #153(Captain America); #154(Spider-Man by Todd McFarlane); #154 Sherlock Holme the Case of the Missing Martian); #156(Impossible Holme the Case of the Missing Martian); #156(Impossible Man Vacation Special); #157(Aliens vs. Predator); #159(Hulk); #160(The Hiding Place); #161(A Pe City); #162(Mighty Mouse); #163(Seven Block); #164(Cat and Mouse); #165(Lobo); #166(Cat Claw); #167(Cadillacs and Dinosaurs); #169(Flash); #170(Anne Rice's the Mummy); #172(Spider-man); #173(Breathtaker); #174(Buck Robers); #175 (The Last American); #176(Merlin); #177(Fire Team); #178 (Cholly & Flytrap); #179(Robin); #180(Epicurus hte Sage); #181(Puppet Master); #182(Trouble with Girls); #183(Dudley Serious and the Dungeon of Doom);


1991 -- #184(Happy New Years); #185(Urchak's Folly); #186(Marvel Swimsuit Special cover with She-Hulk); #187 (The Thing); #188(Avengers); #189( T.M.N.T.); #190(Ape Nation); #191(Kid Eternity); #192 (The Holo Bros.); #193(Magnus Robot Fighter); #194(Wolverine, Spider-man by Todd McFarlane); #195(Black Panther); #196(Indiana Jones); #197(Ninja High School); 198(The Spider); #199(Batman: Full Circle); #200(Omac); #201(Infinity Gauntlet); #202(Punisher P.O.V.); #203 (The Mummy by Frank Frazetta); #204(Captain Harlock); #205(Aliens); #206(Doctor Gorpon); #207(The Rocketeer by Dave Stevens); #208(Quantum Leap); #209(Animal Man); #210(Anne Rice's interview with a Vampire); #211 (Violent cases); #212 (Lobo vs. Captain Marvel); #213(Solar Man of he Atom); #214(Livingstone Mountain); #215(Wonder Man); #216(The Psycho); #217Excalibur); #218(The Mask); #219(Buzz & Bell/ Abraham Stone); #220(Harvest of Horror); #221(Predator: Cold War); #222(Charles Vess cover art); #223 ( Harbinger); #224(Tank Girl); #225(Clive Barker interview); #226(Scorched Earth); #227 (Doom Patrol at 50); #228(Prince); #229(Paranoia); #230(Ternmiator: Enemy Within); #231(Front & back cover Marvel vs DC); #232 ( Evil Ernie); #233 (Warlock); #234(Galactic Storm); #235(The Crow);


1992 -- #236(Forbidden Planet); #237(Death's Head II); #238(Deathlok); #239(Cobalt Go by Bade); #240(Spider-Man, Hulk & Ghost Rider); #241(Youngblood); #242(Cage); #243(The Demon); #244(New Warriors); #245(Creepy Returns to Harris Comics); #246(Margot); #247(Catwoman); #248(Archer & Armstrong); #249(Madman); #250(Unity) #252(Terror, Inc.); #253(Penguin Triumphant); #254(Blood and Glory: Punisher and Captain America); #256(Batman: Shadow of the Bat); #257( Speed Racer); #258(Masque); #259(Morbius the Vampire); #260( Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman); #261( Legends of Arzach); #262(Savage Dragon); #263(Cool World); #264(Nexus: The Origin); #265(Night Thrasher); #266(Team Titans); #267(Mr. Monster); #268(Cable); #269(Marvel 2099); #270(Timber Wolf); #271(Mutantis); #272(The Ferret); #273(Ravage 2099); #274 (67 Seconds); #275 (The Arrow); #276 Hellblazer); #277(Brian Lumley's Necroscope); #278(Bram Stoker's Dracula); #279(World's Finest); #280(Ex-Mutants); #281(Doom 2099); #282(Wetworks); #283(White Trash); #284(Punisher 2099); #286(Nexus: Alien Justice); #287(Santa Claus); #288(The Man from U.N.C.L.E.);


1993 -- #289(Doom Patrol); #290(U.N. Force); #291(Ania Debut); #292(Dinosaura for Hire); #293(Sparkplug); #294(The Simpsons Comics & Stories); #295(Wildstar: Sky Zero); #296(Supergirl/ Team Luther); #297(Magnus Robot Fighter #25); #298(Cable); #299(Star Wars Princess Leia); #300(Superman Sketches); #301(Tantalizing Tales); #302(Turok); #304(Cain); #305(Evil Ernie); 306(Street Fighter); 307(Shaman's Tears by Mike Grell); 308(Understanding Comics); 309(X-O Manowar); 310(Jurrassic Park); 311(Catwoman); 312(Ultraverse); 313(Shadowhawk II); 314(Last Action Hero); 315(Hyperkind); 316(The Golden Age from DC); 317(Titan Logo); 318(Plasm); 319(Cadillacs & Dinosaurs); 320(Daredevil by Frank Miller); 321(Star Trek Deep Space Nine); 322(Metal Men); 323(Captain Sternn by Berni Wrightson); 324(Unity); 325(Sachs & Violens); 326(Green Lantern Quarterly); 327(Prophet) 328(Dark Dominion) 329(Wildcats); 330(Melting Pot); 331(Marvels); 332(Bart Simpson); 333(Shadowhawks III); 334(Phantom Force by Jack Kirby); 335(Ninjak); 336(Breakthrough); 337(Green Lantern); 338(Zorro); 339(Solar); 340(Shadow of the Bat);


1994 -- #341(Captain America); 343(The Pact); 344(Fifth Annual Kirby Awards); 345( Armorines); 346(Damage); 347(Power & Glory); 348(Motorhead); 349(Ghost Rider 2099); 350(Extreme Prejudice); 351( Turok); 352(Superman-Doomsday II) 353(Conan the Adventurer); 354(Star Wars Galaxy); 357(Knightsend); 358(Mars Attacks!); 359(Starjammers); 360(Starwatchers); 361(Worlds Collide); 362(Victory); 363(Youngblood); 364(Batman/ Punisher); 365(Babe by John Byrne); 366(Schism); 367(Zero Hour); 368(Chaos Effect); 369(Normalman & Megeton Man); 370(Brute & Babe; the Death of Pheros); 371( ( Timewalker); 372(Ultraforce); 373(Badrock and Co.); 374(Rascals in Paradise); 375(Sandman Gallery); 376(Magnus in New York); 377(Generation X); 378(Johnny Dynamite); 379(Batman: Castle of the Bat); 380(Team 7); 381(Star Trek) Crossover); 382(Star Wars: Dark Lords of te Sith); 383( Dr. Strange); 384(Lobo); 385(X-O Manowar); 386(Sin City by Frank Miller); 387 (The Phantom); 388(Azrael); 389 Mars Attacks); 390(The Visitor); 391(Shadowhawk); 392(Jonah Hex);


1995 -- #393(Bloodshot); 394(X-files); 395(Shaman's Tears by Mike Grell); 396(Harlan Ellison's Dream Corridor); 397(Ninjak #0); 398(The Mask); 399(Superman); 400(Doom 2099); 401(Vampirella - Shadowhawk); 402(Birthquake); 403(Nexus); 404(Flash Gordon); 405(Lisa Simpson's Lisa Comics); 406(Turok/ Shaman's Tears); 407(Rune/ Silver Surfer); 408(Prophet); 409(Comics in the Movies); 410(Bloodshot); 411(Sovereign Seven); 412(Superman vs. Aliens); 413(Solar #50) #414(Comics Lit); 415(Regulators); 416(Mantra); 417(Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight); 422( Big Guy and Rusty); 423(The OUtcast); 424(Ultraforce/ Avengers); 438(Phenix Reurrection); 439(Green Lantern/ Silver Surfer); 440(Broadway Comics); 441(DC vs. Marvel); 442(Armed & Dangerous); 443(Rune/ Venom); 444(Defcon 4);


1996 -- #445(Extreme Destroyer); 446(Mutant Chronicles); 449(Verdilak); 450(Hitman/ Batman); 451(Knights of Broadway); 453(Prime/ Captain America); 454(Heroes); 455(Sliders); 456(Moebius Comics); 457(Fatale); 458(Artemis Requiem); 459( Cages); 460(Killer Instinct); 461(Kingdom Come); 462(Makeshift); 463(The Crow); 464(Terminal City); 465(Nexus/ Madman Special); 466(X-O Manowar/ Iron Man); 467(Badrock/ Wolverine); 468(Hellboy); 469(Hercules: The Legendary Journeys); 470(Cyberella); 471(Knights on Broadway); 472(The Crow: City of Angels); 473(Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi); 474(Lady Bathory);475(Gravediggers); 476(The Final Night); 477(Body Bags); 478(Iron Man); 479(Grackle); 480(Dhampire); 481(Black Pearl); 483(Scare Tactics); 484(X-O Manowar); 485(Joe Kubert's Fax from Sarajevo); 486( The 6); 487(Shadowman); 488(JLA); 489( Xenozois Tales); 490(Barry Windsor-Smith); 491(Kurt Busiek's Astro City); 492(Turok); 493(Challengers of the Unknown); 494(Real Adventures of Jonny Quest); 495(A Touch of Silver); 496(Trouble Makers);


1997 -- #497(Jack Kirby's Fourth World); 498(X-men/ WildC.A.T.S.); 499(Quantum & Woody); 500( The Shade); 501(St. Germaine); 502(Shotgun Mary); 503(Legionnaires); 504(Trinity Angles); 509(Operation Stormbreaker); 510(The Waiting Place); 511(JLX Unleashed); 512(Heroes for Hire); 513(Judgement Day); 514(Doctor Tomorrow); 515(Batgirl); 516(Alpha Flight); 517(Turok); 518(The Spirit); 519(Gross Point); 520(X-men/ Wildcats); 521(Quantum & Woody); 523(Fighting American); 524(Transmetrolitan); 525(Colossus); 526(DC Genesis); 527(TZU the Reaper); 528(Eternal Warriors/ Archer & Armstrong); 529(Star Trek: The Telepathy War); 530(The Tenth); 533(Bloodshot); 534(Speed Force); 535(Heroes Reborn: The Return); 536(Tangent Green Lantern); 539(Cable); 540(JLA Year One); 541(Bethany the Vampfire); 542(Goat Month); 543(Avengers); 544(Superman Red/ Superman Blue); 545(Darque Passages); 546(Bad Boy); 547(New Year's Evil/ Dark Nemesis); 548 (Spiderman: Spiderhunt); 549(Harbinger);


1998 -- #550(Grease Monkey); 551(Gen 12); 556(The Omen); 559(X-Men); 562(Concrete Jungle: Legend of the Black Lion); 563(Girlfrenzy); 565(Goat Special); 566(Iron Fist); 567(Lost Cause); 568(Crimson); 570(Rampaging Hulk #1); 574(Weasel Guy/ Witchblade); 575(Captain America: Sentinal of Liberty);582(Buffy the Vampire Slayer); 583(DC 1,000,000); 585(Sonic Super Special); 597(The Kingdom); 598(Para Troop); 601(Earth X); 609(Lady Pendragon);


1999 -- #615(Tom Strong); #616(Lady Pendragon); #619(Sonic and Knuckles); #624(Clockwork Angels); #627(Nash); 628(Jlape); #628(JLApe); 630(Jokes/ Harley Quinn); 633(The Flash and Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold); 634(Pokemon); 635(Day of Judgment); 649(JLA: Earth 2);


2000 -- #657(Punisher); 658(Batgirl/ Steampunk); 663(Dan Fraga's Gear Station); 669(Rumble Girls: Silky Warrior Tansie); 672(Crossgen Chronicles); 676(Mystic); 685(Vagabond); 686(Darkdevil); 688(Outlaw Nation); 689(Meridian); 691( JLA/ Witchblade); 693(Harley Quin); 694(The First); 702(The First); 705( Silke); 706(Mystic); 707(Shidima);


2001 -- #708(The Monarchy); 717(Amazing Spider-man); 718(Herobear and the Kid); JLA: Incarnations); 720 (Crux); 722(Deadman); 724(Sigil); 730(Top Cow Universe); 731(Renaissance Press); 739(The Establishment); 749(Liberty Meadows: The Wedding Album); 754(Crossgen Chronicles); 758(The Ultimates); 760(JSA); 762(The Order);


2002 -- #764(The Path); 766(Fused); 767Forge); 769(The Batman in Nine Lives); 770(Captain America); 771(Young Justice); 772(Meridian); 775(Spider-man; Blue); 776(Way of the Rat); 777(Brightest Day- Blackest Night); 779(Hellblazer); 780(Spider-man Bust); 782(Creed); 784(Herobear and the Kid); 785(Ruse); 788(The Vision); 796(Batman); 800(Classic Avengers); 802(Crossgen Key Issues); 809(Superman: The 10 cent adventure); 812(Daredevil); 814(Moonstone Books); 815(Ultimate Spider-man vs. Venom); 818(X-men: Phoenix); 819(Darwin Lightwing); 822(Orbiter); 824(Ruse); 826(JSA; All-Stars); 827(The Darkness Prelude); 828(The Authority); 832(Micronauts);


2003 -- #835(The Chronicles of Conan); 836(Hulk Full-sized Head Bust); 841(Walt Disney Comics); 845(Realm of the Claw); 850(Frankenstein Mobster); 858(Superman: Secret Identity); 869(Batman / Superman / Supergirl); 871(Touch); 875(Green Lantern);


2008 - #1096(Contract);


DATES UNRELIABLE INSIDE --

#880(Firestorm); 889(Superman); 898(Catwoman: When in Rome); 902(American Flagg!); 914(Legion of Super-Heroes); #918(Solders Of Victory) 932(Hellshock); 950(The Amazing Joy Buzzards); 953(George Perez Storyteller); 954(Fear Agent); 956(Red Sonja); 957(Maze Agency); 958(X-Men: Deadly Genesis); 959(Batman and the Monster Men); 960(All Star Superman); 961(Son of M); 963(JSA #82); 965(Painkiller Jane); 966(Warlord); 969(The American Way); 971(Big Max); 972(Spider-Man: Web of Romance); 974(Zoom Suit); 976(Fifty-Two); 981(Road to Civil War); 982(Civil War); 984(Checkmate); 993(Uncle Sam and the Freedom Fighters); 994(The Halo Graphic Novel); 999(Comic Con News Special); 1004(Anita Blake Vampire Hunter); 1005(Battlestar Galactica: Zarek); 1008(Batman Confidential); 1011(Red Sonja);1023(Marvel Zombies/ Army of Darkness); 1024(Stephen King's the Dark Tower); 1028(Supergirl); 1033(Sub-Mariner); 1036(Terminator 2: Infinity); 1037(Madame Mirage); 1038(Countdown); 1039(New Warriors); 1042(Mice Templer); 1046(Killer Girl); 1049(The Flash); 1050(Justice Society of America); 1056(Popgun); 1059(The Circle); 1061(Superpowers); 1064(Spider-man: with Great Power); 1066(Superpowers: The Green Lama/ Black Terror); 1067(Northlanders); 1069(Dan Dare); 1070(Zorro); 1072(Dr. Who); 1076(Noble Causes); 1077(DC Special: Raven); 1078(Frank Frazette's Dark Kingdom); 1085(Secret Invasion); 1986(The Captain and Ms. Marvel); 1108(Superman: New Krypton Special); 1111(William Shatner Presents); 1115(The New Brighton Archeological Society); 1134(Star Wars); 1144( Killapalooza); 1145(The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly); 1151(Justice League of America); 1159(The Great Ten); 1186(Flash); 1187(American Vampire); 1188(Green Hornet Strikes); 1189(Batman #698); 1190(Spectacular Spider-Girl War Zone !); 1191(Red Sonja #50); 1192(Amazing Spider-Man Presents American Son); 1196(Dong Xoai, Vietnam 1965); 1197(The Last Phantom); 1198(Highland Laddie); 1199(Moonstone's Battle For L.A.); 1203(Revolver); 1204(Vampirella); 1205(Captain Action); 1216(Grim Ghost); 1217(Archie Comics #616); 1218(Marineman); 1220(Spider-Girl); 1221(Stargazer); 1222(Sherlock Holmes Year One); 1223(Batman Inc.); 1227(Legion of super-heroes Annual); 1237(Kirby Genesis); 1252(Snarked !); 1272(Vampirella vs. Dracula); 1279(All Star Western); 1288(Before Watchmen); 1297(Witchblade; Demon Reborn); 1332(X-O Manowar #9); 1350(Red Sonja); 1352(Harbinger Wars #3); 1353(The X-Files; I Wanto Believe); 1354(IDW Artist's Editions); 1378(I.M.A.G.I.N.E. Agents); 1383(The Fox); 1384(Daredevil #36); 1421(Django / Zorro);




COMIC SHOP NEWS (Newsprint Magazine/Fanzine, folded Tabloid; Paragraphics Pub.; Promotional / Giveaway)

#11(September/87), 12,13,14(Newsletter #14 is marked #13), 15,18, 31, 33,45-48,54,56-58,

62-70,72-77,79-83, 85-96,98-100, 101(May/89), 102-115, 117-136, 138-153,155-157,

159-167,169, 170,172-200,201(May/91), 202-298,300,301(March/93), 302,304-318,

321,322,324, 326-330,333-337,339-341, 343-354,357-364,366-385,387-400, 401(March/95),

402-417,422-424, 438-446, 448-451,453-481,483-504,509-521, 523-530,533-536,539,540,544,546,

549,559, 566,570,575,582-584,598,615,630,633,634,657,658,663,669, 694,702,705-708,717,719,

720,722,724, 754,762,769-772,775-777,779,780,782,784,796,809,814,815, 818,819,822,827,829,832,

835,836,841,845, 850,858,871,875,876,880,889,898,902,914,918, 956-961,963,965,966,969,

971,974,976,981, 982,993,994,999;



COMIC SHOP NEWS (Newsprint Magazine/Fanzine, folded Tabloid; Paragraphics Pub.; Promotional / Giveaway) = a few Graded/Priced sample issues;

>>> Weight for Postage is 35 GRAMS each;

#307 May 12, 1993 (Shaman's Tears by Grell ; FN/VF = $4);
#309 May 26, 1993 (X-O Manowar; FN/VF = $4);
#321 August 18, 1993 (Star Trek Deep Space Nine; FN/VF = $4);
#330 October 20, 1993 (Melting Pot; FN/VF = $4);
#334 November 17, 1993 (Phantom Force by KIRBY; FN/VF = $5);
#335 November 24, 1993 (Ninjack; FN/VF = $4);
#336 December 1, 1993 (Breakthrough; FN/VF = $4);
#337 December 8, 1993 (Green Lantern; VG/FN = $3);
#339 December 22, 1993 (Solar; FN/VF = $4);
#349 March 2, 1994 (Ghost Rider 2099; FN/VF = $4);
#350 March 9, 1994 (Extreme Prejudice; FN/VF = $4);
#352 March 23, 1994 (Superman - Doomsday II; FN/VF = $4);
#353 March 30, 1994 (CONAN the Adventurer; FN = $4);
#354 April 6, 1994 (Star Wars Galaxy; FN/VF = $5);
#370 July 27, 1994 (Brute & Babe; FN/VF = $4);

#371 August 3, 1994 (Timewalker; FN/VF = $4);
#391 December 21, 1994 (Shadowhawk; FN/VF = $4);
#392 December 28, 1994 (Jonah Hex; FN/VF = $4);
#393 January 4, 1995 (Bloodshot; FN/VF = $4);
#416 June 14, 1995 (Mantra; VG = $3);
#417 June 21, 1995 (Batman Legends of the Dark Knight; FN/VF = $5);


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COMIC SHOP NEWS (Magazine;, Newsletter, Paragraphics Pub.) #NN

COMIC SHOP NEWS CHRISTMAS SPECIAL = (1988(Concrete as Santa),1989,1990(Superman); 1991(Swamp Thing);, 1993 (Santa and Elves),1994 (The Mask as Santa), 1995( Action Comics Christmas Covers); 2001(Elektra); 2007(Scooby-Doo);

COMIC SHOP NEWS COLLECTOR'S GUIDE (#1(1988; The Spirit); ,2 (1988; Spider-man by Todd McFarlane),1990 (Everything you ever wanted to know about comics); 1991(History/Hot Picks), 1992(Your Days as an expert comics collector begin now),1994(backcover the Geomancer) ,1995(Darkseid vs. Galactus: The Hunger), Comics 101 (CSN Collector's Guide),

COMIC SHOP NEWS COMICS AND THE MOVIES -- 1988(Roger Rabbit Returns!);

COMIC SHOP NEWS COMICS AND THE MOVIES; FALL PREVIEW'S -- 1989(Backcover; Spider-man);,1990 (Baker Street Portfolio),1991 (Wolverine; Rahne of Terra), 1992 (X-men);,1993 (The Shadow), 1994 (Prime by Boris), 1996 (Azrael), 1997(Robin Plus: back cover Fantastic four);

COMIC SHOP NEWS IMAGE IN 1993; -- (Pitt/ Youngblood: Strikefile);

COMIC SHOP NEWS SPECIAL #1, -- (April/26/1989; Batman Movie);

COMIC SHOP NEWS SPOTLIGHT ON VALIANT; SPRING PREVIEW( 1989,1990,1991, 1992,1993,1994,1995),

COMIC SHOP NEWS SPRING SPECIAL – 1990, 1992;


COMIC SHOP NEWS SPRING SPECIAL -- 1989(Backcover Dinosaurs for Hire); 1990(Planet of the Apes); 1991(Concrete; Fragile Creature);

1992(Sam and Max go to the Moon); 1993(Epic Battles of the Civil War); 1994(Icon #14); 1995(Eternal Warrior); 1997(Lobo the Duck);

2001(Amazing Spider-Man); 2002(Sojourn/ Crossgen Chronicles); 2004(Harley and Ivy);

COMIC SHOP NEWS SPRING PREVIEW'S (1989(Solar);,1991(X-factor), 1992(T.M.N.T.); ,1993(The Executioner),

1994(Ultraverse First Anniversary),1996((Hercules: the Legendary Jouneys), 2001(Wolverine by Barry Windsor-Smith);

2002(Battle of the Planets); 2003(Spider-man/ Venom); No Date(Alley Baggett as Alley Cat; backcover Ninja High School);


COMIC SHOP NEWS WINTER PREVIEW --- 1988(Robot Babe); 1989(Batman), 1990((The Crow),1991(Punisher),1994(Star Wars: Dark Empire II);

2002(Black Panther: Spirit of the Amazon); 2002(Unstable Molecules/ Astro Boy etc); 2004(Batman; back cover Trigun);

2005(Hellboy; Makoma; backcover Sentinel Squad one); 2006(Batman: Snow; backcover Wolverine) No date(Danger Girl/ Fanboy/ A-Next/ Buffy the Vampire Slayer);


COMIC SHOP NEWS 2006 FREE COMIC BOOK BOOK DAY READER'S GUIDE (Fantastic Four);;


COMIC SHOP NEWS ULTIMATE WOLVERINE VS HULK ( 2005);


COMICS SHOPPERS (Magazine;, Newspaper, MMM Pub. Co., September/95) #1;

COMIC SHOWCASE SUPER CON (Panphlet, Dave Aukland,Circa 1993) #NN;

COMICS SOURCE (Magazine;, American Collectors Exchange, March/93) #2-4,#9(Fantastic Four), #13(Daring Mystery Comics); #18(All Star Comics #3); #19(Superman #1) #21(Captain Sparky Action #1 Parody); #22(The Spirit and Captain Sparky), #23,#27; #28; #29;

COMICS SPOTLIGHT (Ground Zero Magazine;) - #4 (Spring/2003);


THE COMIC STRIP ART OF Lyonel Feininger The Kin-Der-Kids and Wee Willie Winkie's World Fantagraphics Books VF $18.00;


THE COMIC STRIP BOOK (Magazine;, How to Draw Comic Strips, Scholastic Inc., 1993) #NN;


COMIC STRIP MASTERPIECES (Tabloid; Fatagraphics) Issue #1 (Nov/Dec 2007);


Comic Strip News

(NMI Pub; Folded Tabloid Newspaper; 1980's; WEIGHT for Postage = 125 Grams each); >>> issues #1-15 contain 1 page each, with 6 strips each, of the old GA Wonder Woman daily strip; [Strips include; Steve Canyon, Dick Tracy, Dickie Dare, Latigo, Tales of the Green Beret, Secret Agent Corrigan,Terry & the Pirates, Little Orphan Annie, Rip Kirby, Apartment 3-G, Buz Sawyer, Wonder Woman, Mandrake the Magician, Modesty Blaise];

#1 (1980?; VF=$9.00; or G/VG=$5.00);

#2,4 (VF $7.00 each); #2,4 (FN $5.00 each);

#8(VG $4); #6,7,8 (VF $6.00 each);


COMIC STRIP SHOWCASE (Quality Comic Art Productions pub; NMI?; 28 pages, folded Tabloid Newspaper fanziine; circa 1980; Terry & the Pirates, Modesty Blaise, Little Orphan Annie, Smilin' Jack, Brenda Starr, Dick Tracy, On Stage, Fortunes of Fate); #1(VF=$9.00; or FN=$6.00);


COMIC STRIP SHOWCASE #1 featuring LONE RANGER (Arcadia Pub; 1990; Mag size B&W Trade Paperback; 84 pages including covers; 8-1/2"x11"; Collects News[paper Comics Strips from 1938-1942, with art by Charles Flanders; Weight = 215 Grams; VF+ $16.00);


COMIC THE GOLDEN AGE (Magazine;, New Media Pub., March/84) #4;

COMIC TALES (Northern Light Press/ Titan Books Pub.; Trade Paperbacks; Circa 1990's) - #NN;

COMIC TALK (Buffalo Books) #1(3/1993; Maxx-c by Sam Keith; Weight=60 Grams; VF $5);#3;


the COMIC TIMES (Fanzine/Magazine; The Comic Times Inc.; 1980-1980)

#1 (7/1980; Spider-Man, Hulk & Marvel Super-heroes cover; Michael Fleisher interview; Don McGregor column , review of Stanley Kubrick’s / Stephen King’s “The Shining”; Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back review; Spider-Man; Joe Jusko interview and Vampirella back cover; Jack Kirby);

#2 (9/1980; Popeye & Flash Gordon Movies;Don McGregor; Steve Englehart interview; Rick Bryant-c/a; Dopin’ Dan-s; Dr Who; Blues Brothers; Star Wars ESB;Bugs Bunny);

#3 (JLA & Teen Titans-c by PEREZ; Chat with George Perez; Dopin’ Dan, Heavy Metal Movie; Betty Boop)

#4 (C. Vess Dragon-c; Vess Comics-a; Don McGregor Detectives Inc; Gerber sues Marvel; Swamp Thing movie; Elfquest; Jim Shooter interview; Tex Avery;Dopin Dan in Todays Army by Ted Richards; Elephant Man; Jack Kirby’s Thundarr; >> Mutants AD on back-c by Wrightson);

#5 (3/1981; Becomes ‘The Comic Times Media Showcase’; SHADOW cover by KALUTA; Don McGregor; Spielberg; DePalma; Bible comics by Catherine Yronwode;4 pgs on John Lennon;Mike KALUTA interview & art; Vess Comics-a; Flash Gordon movie; Rick Bryant-a; Marvel New with ½ page Spider-Man illo;Dopin Dan in Todays Army by Ted Richards);

#6 (May/1981; Hembeck-c/a; 60% page Spider-Man illo by Hembeck;Special POPEYE issue;Jules Feiffer interview; Don McGregor; Bill Blackbeard talks on Popeye;New Wave music);


COMICS VALUES MONTHLY - CVM (Magazine/Fanzine; Attic Books Ltd., Alex G. Malloy; 1986-1996; Price Guide and Current Investment News for Collectors)

#1(2/1986), 2, 3, #4(Cover Feature: G.I. Joe #2), 5-19, #20(Donald Duck-c by Carl Barks),

#21, #24(Cover Feature:Batman: The Killing Joke #1), #30(Batman the Cult-c = Wrightson & Starlin), #34(X-Men #173-c with Wolverine & Rogue)

#32(Cover Feature: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #2), #33(Cover Feature: Batman #428 - Death of Robin), #35(Catwoman #1-c)

#36(Sensational She-Hulk #1-c by BYRNE); #37(Detective #600 Batman-c)

#38(Cover Feature: Joker #1), #40(Predetor #1-c), #41(Wolverine #17-c = BYRNE); #42(Fantastic Four #5-c with 1st Doctor Doom by KIRBY);

#44(Judge Dredd #2-c); #45(Green Lantern Emerald Dawn 31-c); #47(Cover Feature:Ghost Rider #1), #50(7/1990; Cover Feature:Spider-Man #1 by McFarlane),

#51(World's Finest #1-c by Rude), #52(Terminator 31-c); #57(New Mutants #99-c by Liefeld); #58(Robin #1-c)

#59, #60(Cover Feature: Amazing Spider-Man #129 = 1st Punisher), #61,#62, #63(Cover Feature:Giant Size X-Man #1 and X-Men #1 from 2nd series)

#64(Batman vs Judge Dredd painted cover with Batman Dark Knight Returns #1 & Judge Dredd #1-c)

#65,#66, #67(Omega Men #3 and Lobo #1-c); #68(Cover Feature: Iron Man #55 = 1st Thanos; Infinity Gauntlet #1),

#69(Cover Feature: Brave and Bold #28 = 1st JLA and Justice League spectacular)

#70(Cover Feature: HULK-Mania; Incredible Hulk #1, 393);

#71(Penguin & Catwoman from Batman Returns Movie Photo cover with Lois Lane #70 and Batman #155-c)

#72(Cover Features: 30th Anniversary of Spider-Man; Amazing Fantasy #15 and Web of Spider-Man #1);

#73(Cover Features:Amazing Spider-Man #16, Green Lantern #59, Hulk #181, Flash #137, Robotech vs Terminator);

#74(Cover Features: Future Pics for Marvel 2099, Fantastic Four #5, Amazing Spider-Man #1, Punisher Limited Series #1)

#75(Cover Features: Captain Britain, Judge Dre, ddConan #1, Sandman #1);

#76(Cover Features: Tomb of Dracula #1, Amazing Spider-Man #101; Marvel 1970's Horror article)

#77(Cover Features: TRIBE from Image, Youngblood #1);

#78(Cover Feature:1993 Previews and 1992 in Review; Spawn #1, Superman #75, Unity #0 & Spider-Man 299 #1);

#79(Cover Features: RAI & the Future Force-c with Harbinger #1);

#82(Superman Emblems-c);

#83(Cover Features:Three New Universes = Ultraverse, Topps Comics & Dark Horse comics0;

#85,86; #87(NINJA-c - Valiant Comics); #88(12/1993; GALACTUS painted-c); #92(Swamp Thing-c);

#97(Star Trek the Next Generation Photo & Comics-c)

#100(11/1994; Fantastic Four, Silver Surfer, Galactus, Dr Doom, Spider-Woman, Modok-c; VG/FN $6);

#107, 108, 109(3/1996; LAST issue? SCARCER);


COMICS VALUES MONTHLY SPECIAL (Magazine/Fanzine;, Alex G. Malloy; Attic Books Inc.) #1(1990), 2(1992);


COMICS WEEK (Paragon Q Pub; Mark Waid Editor; Oversized 10"x12"; Weight=60 Grams)

#1(July 13/1987; Superman turns 50-c/s; Byrne-a; Grendel, Jon Sable; VG folded $7);


THE COMIC WORLD (Ditto / Mimeograph & Offset Fanzine/Magazine; Robert Jennings; Harry Thomas art; GA Heroes articles)

#5 (3/1964; SKYMAN cover & Special issue; 1 page HANGMAN comics; 38 pages; VG = $89.00);

#8 (1969; Blackhawk-c & 41pg article by Jennings; 5 pages on EC; 7pg Article on Wally Wood with Wood-a, by Bob Overstreet; 80 pages; Weight = 200 Grams; FN = $49.00);

#9 (1969; BLUE TRACER cover & article by Jennings;  Brother of the Spear article by Rick Norwood; Weight = 125 Grams; 40pgs; VF = $59.00);

#9 (1969; BLUE TRACER cover & article by Jennings;  Brother of the Spear article by Rick Norwood; Weight = 125 Grams; 40pgs; FN/VF = $49.00);

#10 (1969; PHANTOM LADY cover & article by Jennings; BLACK CANARY article by TOM FAGAN; 40pgs; FN/VF = $49.00);

#12 (1969-1970; GHOST RIDER cover & article by Jennings; JOHNNY CRAIG, Master of HORROR article by BOB OVERSTREET; 40pgs; VF = $59.00);

#13 [1970; SNIPER from Military comics cover & article by Jennings;  GA Heroes articles; 40 pgs; Weight = 125 Grams; FN/VF = $49.00];

#13 [1970; SNIPER from Military comics cover & article by Jennings;  GA Heroes articles; 40 pgs; Weight = 125 Grams FN = $39.00];

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COMIC WORLD (Magazine;, Aceville Pub. Ltd.) #24(February/94);

COMIC ZINE (Magazine;, Formerly 'Nostalgia Collector', Oct-Nov/1971) #1;

COMIX BOOK (Magazine;, Kitchen Sink) #4(1976), 5;



ComixScene(Super Graphics Pub;Jim Steranko publisher) = SEE "MediaScene"[#1-7=ComixScene;

#7-40=MediaScene; #41-100 up=Prevue; Super Graphics Pub;#41up = becomes regular Format Magazine];




THE COMPLETE ATOMIC CITY TALES “GO PWER” (Kitchen Sink Pub.; January 1997; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - Volume 1;

THE COMPLETE JUDGE DREDD (UK; Fleetway Pub.; February 1992) - #1-21,26-31,33;

CONCRETE “KILLER SMILE” (Dark Horse Pub.; October 1995; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

CONCRETE: THE COMPLETE CONCRETE (Dark Horse; 1994; Softcover Trade Paperback); - The Original Ten Issue Series;

CONCRETE: COMPLETE SHORT STORIES 1986 – 1989 (Dark Horse; August/1995; Softcover Trade Paperback);



COO-COO (Bruce Hamilton Co. Pub.; Magazine; circa 1990; Facsimile Edition) - Vol.1 (#1);

COOK'S COLLECTOR'S COMICS (Magazine;, Ivan Cook, 1995) #NN;


COOPER'S HERO-HOBBY Magazine ( Fanzine/Magazine; John R. Cooper Pub; WV, USA; Estimated Print run of 100-200 copies each);

#3 (11-12/1965-1/1966; Santa Claus-c by JRC; 26 pages; Fleischer's Gulliver's Travels movie; HOUDINI, Old Radio, new TC & Comics; Captain Everything = 1pg comics; Black Falcon = 1pg comics; VG/FN $20);


COR!! (UK; IPC Magazines Ltd. Pub.) -

1972 = (June 3); (October 28);

1973 = (December 1, 29);

1977 = (Trade Paperback; Book of Gags)


COTTON WOODS: THE COMIC STRIP ADVENTURES OF A BASEBALL NATURAL (Kitchen Sink; 1991; Softcover Trade Paperback);


COUNTDOWN (UK; Polystyle Pub. Ltd. Pub.; May 1971) - #1,13,34,41,44,45;


THE COUNTESS IN RED (NBM/ Eurotica; 1994; Softcover Trade Paperback);

THE COURIERS (Art/ Planetlar Pub.; January 2003; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

THE COVENANT (Image Comics/Top Cow 2005; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

COWBOYS AND ALIENS (Platinum Studios Comics December/2006; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

CRACK COMICS #63 (Image Comics October/2011; Magazine);


CRACKERS (Magazine; Scholastic Magazines Inc); = see separate listing in this section

of our Webpage = DYNAMITE, Bananas, Hot Dog, Sesame Street & Misc. KIDS Children's Magazines - 1970's-1980's, For Sale doc


CRASH (Crash Communications; 1995; Magazines) - #2;

CRAY-BABY ADVENTURES (Destination Entertainment; 1998; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - Volume 1;

CRAZY ADULT (Magazine;, Robert Michael) #4(1989);

CREASED (Image Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (November/2004);

CREATION 1974 (Convention Book, Fanzine; 5-1/2"x8-1/2"; Scarce; 36 pages; Includes; Frank Brunner, Green Hornet by Morrow, Berni WRIGHTSON, Everett, Mayerick, Craig Russell, Williamson, Jeff Jones, Krenkel; VF = US$29);

CREED OMNICHRONOS; THE COMPLETE COLLECTION 1994-2008 (IDW July/2011) #NN;

CRIMMER'S (T.Durwood; 1976) - 1975(Winter; Tarzan by Hogarth); #NN (Spring/1976);

CRISIS (Magazine;,UK; Fleetway Pub., 1980's) #1,2,28,,39,41-46,49,50;

THE CRITIC (Magazine;, Hugo Kobayashi) #3(1994), 4;


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CROC (French Language Parody Magazine; PBM); --

1989 - #124(November);

1990 - #133(August), 136(November), 137(December);

1991 - #138(January), 139(February), #140(March), #141(April), #149(December);

1992 -- #153(April), #156(July), #157(August), #158(September; Mitsold); #161(December);

1993 -- #162(January; Bart Simpson); #163(February);#164(March; Marilyn Monroe); #165(April); #167(June; TinTin); #169(August); #170(September); #171(October); #172(November; Madonna); #173(December);

1994 -- #174(January); #176(March; Barbie); #178(May); #180(July); #183(October); #184(November); #185(December);

1995 - #188(March); 189(April);

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CROMWELL STONE (Michel Deligne Pub.Co.; 1985; Softcover Trade Paperback);


THE CROW (Magazine;, Image Comics, March/00) #1;

THE CROW: CITY OF ANGELS (Softcover Trade Paperback, 'A Diary of the Movie', Kitchen Sink, July/1996; $15.95 cover price) #NN(Minor scuffing / shelfwear to covers, thus VF = $10.00;

THE CROW; DEAD TIME (Softcover Trade Paperback; Kitchen Sink January/1997);

THE CROW; THE MOVIE (Softcover Trade Paperback, Sealed, Kitchen Sink; $18.95 cover price) #1 (ISBN #0-87816-285-2; NM, still Sealed in Factory Shrinkwrap = $15.00);

THE CROW/ RAZOR: NOCTURNAL MASQUE (London Nights Studio Pub.; B&W Magazine); #NN(#1; First Printing; One-Shot; 2/ 1999; CROW by JAMES O'BARR; RAZOR by Everette Hartsoe; James Clarke; 36 pages; Full Page Pinups & Sketches; SCARCE = ASK);

(CRUMB, ROBERT) THE LIFE AND TIMES OF R. CRUMB (Kitchen Sink; 1998) #NN (TPB);

CRUMB, R; SKETCHBOOK Vol. 8, FALL 1970 - FALL 1972 (Softcover Trade Paperback; Fantagraphics Pub.) #NN(November 2000);



(CRUMB, ROBERT); "Complete Crumb Comics" = trade paperbacks (oversize; Fantagraphics; Weight for Postage = 500 Grams each)

Volume 13: The Season of the Snoid (ISBN: 1560972963; Unread VF/NM; US$20; or CDN$23.60);

(CRUMB, R.) WAITING FOR FOOD: RESTAURANT PLACEMAT DRAWINGS 1990 – 1995 (Kitchen Sink;

1995; Hardcover with Dust Jacket);


(CRUSE, HOWARD) DANCIN' NEKKID WITH THE ANGELS (Kitchen Sink 1987; Hardcover; Signed; Number 172 of 1250 copies);

CRUX (Crossgen Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 – Atlantis Rising (June/2002); Volume #2 – Test of Time (December/2002);

CRYING FREEMAN “PORTRAIT OF A KILLER” (Viz Comics; October / 1990; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - Volume 1;

CRYPT OF DAWN: THE BEST OF (Sirius Pub.; 2000; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

CURSE OF LONO by Hunter S. Thompson and Ralph Steadman (11/1983; Bantam Trade Paperback; Text with Color illustations; SCARCE; VG $30)


CURSE OF THE SPAWN “SACRIFICE OF THE SOUL” (Image Comics; 1999; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

CURSE OF THE WENDIGO (Dynamite Ent. 2011; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

CUSE (Magazine; Alternative Comics) – 2003 #NN

CYBER FORCE (Image Comics/Top Cow December/1993; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

CYBER FORCE (Image Comics/Top Cow; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume 1 – Rising From the Ashes (December/2006);

CYBER FORCE: ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WOMAN” (Top Cow Prod.; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

CYCLE OF FIRE (Paragon Pub. 1991; Softcover Graphic Novel) #NN

CYCLOPS (Archaia Ent. May/2011; Hardcover with Dust Jacket Graphic Novel) #NN

CYPHER (Magazine;, Cryptographica Pub., 1993) #1;

CZAR GASM (Magazine;, Cat Graphics, 1987) #1,2;

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DAILY STRIPS (John Dakin Pub.; Magazine) - #3(November 1979);

DAISY KUTTER; THE LAST TRAIN (Viper Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (Second Print August/2006);

DALGODA Retail Posters Display (PROMO Envelope & Contents; Fantagraphics pub; 1984; Jan Strnad & Dennis Fujitake; 6 Prints in an 8x10" Envelope in portfolio fashion; Envelope is open at one end = VG; Scarce; One print has a 1-1/2" envelope flap stuck to it at top; Other 5 prints = FN/VF; $10.00);

DALLASCON BULLETIN (Magazine;, Dallascon Bidding Committee, Spring/69) #1,5;

D-ALPHA (Softcover Trade Paperback, Malibu Graphics, Inc.) #NN;


THE DAMAGE (Magazine; Tristar Pub. Inc. U.K.) - 1990 (Vol. 2 #1); (Vol.2 #4); (Vol.2 #5); (Vol.2 #6); (Vol.2 #10); (Vol.2 #11); (Vol.2 #12); (Annual 1990); (Christmas Drove Me To Suicide)

1991 (Vol.3 #1): (Vol.3 #2); (Vol.3 #3);

DAMES (MICHAEL THIBODEAUX'S) (Genesis West Pub.; May 1995) - #1;

DANCE TILL TOMORROW (Viz Comics; September/1998; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

DAN DARE (Dragon's Dream Pub.; Trade Paperback) - Volume I (The Man from Nowhere; 1979); Volume II (Rogue Planet; 1980);

DANDELION (Arcana Studio 2010; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN

THE DANDY (UK; D.C. Thomson and Co. Ltd. Pub.) -

1952 = 531;

1968 = 1384;

1974 = 1694;

1976 = 1807,1812,1815,1817,1819,1822,1923,1825,1829,1831;

1977 = 1832-1834,1836,1842,1843,1845,1846,1848,1849,1852,1854-1856,1859,1861,1864,1868,1872,1875;

1978 = 1887,1888,1890,1892,1894-1896,1900,1901,1906-1908;

1979 = 1956;

1981 = 2041,2042,2047,2050,2059,2061,2066,2068,2069,2071-2074,2082-2087,2091;

1982 = 2096-2098,2100,2102,2103,2105-2107,2119,2120,2122,2123-2127,2129,2131,2134,2136,2138,2139,2141,2144;

1983 = 2145,2149,2150,2152,2167-2170,2174,2175,2180,2181,2186,2197;

1984 = 2198-2201,2204,2209,2213, 2214,2216,2217,2219,2220,2222,2223, 2225,2230,2232,2234,2236, 2237,2239,

2240,2242,2244,2245,2246;2247;

1985 = 2258,2285;2288;2292;2293;

1986 = 2315,2324;

1988 = 2437;

1989 = 2470;


DANGEROUS PUSSY (Magazine;, Manic D Press, 1992) #NN;

DANNY FINGEROTH'S WRITE NOW! (Twomorrows; August/2002) #1,#2 (November/2002; Spider-Man and The Savage Dragon); #3 (March/2003; Incredible Hulk); #4 (May/2003; American Flagg); #5 (August/2003; Batman and Bruce Wayne); #6 (January/2004; Powers); #7 (May/2004; Catwoman); #8 (August/2004; Create a Comic from Start to Finish); #10 (July/2005; DC's Animated Universe); #11 (January/2006; Spider-Girl); #12 (May/2006; Justice Society); #13 (August/2006; X-Men); #14 (January/2007; Interview with Brian Bendis); #15 (Spring/2007; Mike P{loog Cover Art); #16 (Summer/2007; Silver Surfer);

DAN O'NEILL'S COMIC AND STORIES (Magazine;, Comics and Comix, 1975) #1;

DARC TANGENT (Magazine;, Fantasy Factory, August/82) #1;

THE DARK BOOK (Magazine;, Squarebound, Wizard Press, 1994) #1;

DARKCHYLDE; DREAMS OF DARKCHYLDE (Image Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (June/2011);

DARKCHYLDE; lEGACY AND REDEMPTION (Image Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (January/2011);


DARK FANTASY (Shadow Press) #15(1978), 16;


DARK HORSE BOOK OF HAUNTINGS (Hardcover; Mike Mignola, P. Craig Russell, Paul Chadwick) VF/NM = $10.00;


DARK HORSE: THE BEST OF (Dark Horse Pub.; 1989; Softcover Trade Paperback) – Volume 1 (Signed by Paul Chadwick with Certificate); Volume II (1990); Volume III (1993);


DARK HORSE APRIL 1994 PREVIEW BOOK (Magazine; Spiral Binding, Dark Horse; ASHCAN Magazine, printed from the Un-Finalized Original Art)

#1 (1/1994;  Madman #1 = Mike Allred, Barb Wire #1, Star Wars Droids #1 = Bill Hughes, Hammer of God Butch #1, Coutoo = Andreas, Medal of Honor Special = Joe Kubert; VF = $18.00)



DARK HORSE BOOK OF WITCHCRAFT (Hardcover; Mike Mignola; Gary Gianni; Tony Millionaire; Jill Thompson; Scott Morse) VF/NM = $10.00;


DARK HORSE EXTRA (Tabloid, Dark Horse Pub., 1998-2002)

#1(7/1998; Star Wars Manga Poster; Madman by Allred, Concrete; Monkeyman & O’Brien by Art Adams; Folded, FN = $12.00);

#2(8/1998; Terminator Poster by Geof Darrow; Monkeyman & O’Brien by Art Adams; Madman by Allred, Concrete;   Folded, FN/VF $7.00);

#4(10/1998; Sergio Aragones Day of the Dead Poster; Madman by Allred, Concrete; Folded, FN = $6.00)

#6(12/1998; Star Wars, Sergio Aragones, Monkeyman & O’Brien by Art Adams; Folded, FN/VF $7.00);

#9(3/1999; Sergio Aragones Folded, FN/VF $6.00);

#12(6/1999;  Buffy the Vampire Slayer-c;  Zombie World Poster page; Toxic Sock Syndrome;  Folded, FN/VF $6.00);

#25(7/2000; Angel, Sock Monkey, Nevermen, Green Lantern vs Aliens; Folded, FN/VF $5.00);

#26(8/2000; Angel, Sock Monkey, Nevermen, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Folded, FN/VF $5.00);

#28(10/2000; X, Angel, Mindhunter with Witchblade Aliens Darkness & Predator, Spyboy, Folded, FN/VF $5.00);

#29(11/2000; Silke, Ogre & Bunny,  X; Folded, FN/VF $5.00)

#32(2/2001; Star Wars; Jedi vs. Sith Poster; Punch in the Gut, Babes N Arms, Outlaw 7; Folded, VG = $4.00)



DARK HORSE EXTRA EXRA ( Newspaper; Dark Horse Comics) --

2000 - Summer(Special Poster Edition; Lone Wolf & Cub/ Spyboy/ Darth Maul);


DARK HORSE FUTURES ( Magazine; Dark Horse Comics) --

1988 -- Summer (Godzilla/ Flaming Carrot/ Concrete/ etc...);


DARK HORSE INSIDER (Magazine; Dark Horse Comics) --

1989 -- Volume 1 #1(Give Me Liberty); 2(August; The Abyss/ Mr Monster); 3(September; Flaming Carrot/ Aliens vs. Predator); 6(December; Outlanders/ Aliens vs. Predator);

1990 -- #7(January; Top 25 Predictions for 1990); 8(March; Aliens/Luther Arkwright); 11(June; Give Me Liberty/ Aliens); 12(July; Hard Boiled); 15(October; The Aerialist); 17(December; Predator);

1991 -- #19(February; Black Nag Award Winners); 20(March; Indiana Jones/ Predator); 21(April; The Venus Wars); 22(May; Concrete/ Tank Girl); 23(June/July; The Rocketeer/ Terminator); 24(August; The Mask); 27(November; Queen Alien with Elvis Presley Head);



DARK HORSE PRESENTS FIFTH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL (Dark Horse Pub.; Trade Paperbacks) - April 1991;


DARK HORSE TIP SHEET (Volume-1; Dark Horse Comics; Ashcan Preview Mag; 1988-1992);

#1 (1988; Aliens, Outlander, Mecha, the Mark, Godzilla, American, Dark Horse Presents 25, Trekker, Roachmill; VF = $12.00)

#2 (2/1989; Concrete, Outlanders, Warworld, Dark Horse Presents 27, Aliens, American; VF = $9.00)

#3 (3/1989; Empire of the Dinosaurs, Dark Horse Presents 28, Clonezone, Flaming Carrott, Outlanders, big, Spacehawk by Wolverton, Roachmill, Mr Monster, Junior Carrot Patrol,; VF = $9.00) 

1992October (Dr. Giggles; RoboCop Prime Suspect, Spacehawk, Predator vs Magnus, Terminator, Indiana Jones, James Bond, Next Men by John Byrne, Nexus, Star Wars, Grendel, Signal to Noise = Gaiman, Vampirella; FN/VF = $8.00);

DARKMINDS; COLLECTION (Image Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume 1 #3 (May/1999);

THE DARKNESS; COLLECTED EDITIONS (Image Comics/Top Cow; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume 1 #2 (September/1997);

THE DARKNESS; SPEAR OF DESTINY (Image/Top Cow 2002; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN (Signed by artist Joe Benitez; Copy #65 of only 100);

DARKSTALKERS; THE RISE OF THE DARK ONES (Udon Ent.; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (April/2009);

DARK STORM ILLUSTRATED ADVENTURE (Darkstorm Prod.; 1982; Magazine) #1(Boris Vallejo/ Charles Vess and Others);


DARK TALES ( Tab; Cata;an Comm; 1991) - #NN;


DARK TOWN (Magazine;, Squarebound, Mad Monkey Press, 1995; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; 32 pages color) #1(VG/FN $6);

DAUGHTERS OF FLY IN MY EYE (Arcana/Eclipse Books 1990; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;



David C. Cook / Chariot Books Pub;

The PICTURE BIBLE (Script by Iva Hoth; Art by Andre Le Blanc; 1984; Hardcover Book; 776 pages including covers; 5-1/2" x 8-3/4";

Full COLOR COMICS adaption of the BIBLE; ISBN #0-89191-224-X; Weight=920 Grams; Near FINE = $20.00);



DAVID CHELSEA IN LOVE (Eclipse Comics Pub.; Mini; July 1991) - #1,3,4;

DAULBY, DAN. (Canadian Underground Comix Artist) = 1977 ORIGINAL Art., untitled "The FOOF walks his SAUR"; (14" Wide x 19-1/2" Tall; Black Ink on stiff art board, Colored in Pencil Crayons; Artist best know for his "Great Canadian Shimegly Follies" Underground Comix series; Depicts; A Fantasy male "FOOF" figure, walking his big Blue cartoon Dinosaur on a leash, with small castle-like Tower home & forest in background; VG = US$90.00)

DAYS MISSING (Archaia Ent.; Hardcover with Dust Jacket Graphic Novel) Volume #1 (February/2010); Volume #2 – Kestus (May/2011);

DEAD @ 17; THE COMPLETE FIRST SERIES (Viper Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (May/2004);

DEAD @ 17; THE 13TH BROTHER (Viper Comics June/2008; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN

DEADLINE (Magazine;, Tom 'Manly Sandwich' Astor (UK) #13(November 1989), 14-22,24, 33(September/91), 37;

DEADLINE U.S.A. (Dark Horse; 1991; Softcover Trade Paperback) - #2;

DEADLY HARVEST (Arcana Studio 2012; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

DEAD MUSE (Fantagraphics Pub.; July/1990) - #NN;

DEADSPAWN (Magazine;, Concept/Design, 7/75) #1;

DEAN NOVA (Magazine;, 1985) #3;

DEAN R. KOONTZ; TRAPPED (Eclipse Books 1993; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

DECADE: A DARK HORSE SHORT STORY COLLECTION (Dark Horse Comics April/1997; Softcover Trade Paperback);#NN;

DEITY; COLLECTED EDITION (Hyperwerks Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (April/1998);

DEMON (Magazine;, Portman Dist. Ltd.) #2(1978), 3;

DEMON KNIGHT: A GRIMJACK GRAPHIC NOVEL (Softcover Trade Paperback; First Pub.; November 1989) - #NN;

DEMONSLAYER (Arcana; Softcover Trade Paperback); #NN;

DEMON-STAR COMICS (Magazine;, Ernie Bryant) #2(1983);

DENSAGA {DEN Saga} (Slick Magazine;, Fantagor Press/ TUNDRA Pub); #1(1992; Richard CORBEN-c/s/a; VF+ $10);

DESPERADOES; A MOMENT'S SUNLIGHT (Image Comics/Homage Comics 1998; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

DESPERATE TIMES TRADE PAPERBACK (Image Comics October/1999; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

DESTINY'S HAND (Seven Seas; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (May/2006); Volume #2 (September/2007);


DETECTIVES INC.(Softcover Trade Paperback, Eclipse Enterprises, May/80) #NN;

DETECTIVES INC.: A TERROR OF DYING DREAMS (Image; 1999; Softcover Trade Paperback; Don McGregor/ Gene Colan);

DEVIL (Dark Horse Books December/2010; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

DEVLIN WAUGH: SWIMMING IN BLOOD (SQP Pub.; 1993; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;


DIAMOND DATELINE (Diamond Comic Dist.) *** All 1995 & Older issues are SCARCE to RARE;

Volume 3 (#47-52);

Volume 4 (#21-52);

Volume 5 (#1-11) (#13-22,24-34);

Volume 6 (#1-6); (#9-34); (#36-40); (#42-52);

Volume 7 (#1-14,16-19); (#21-23); (#26); (#27); (#29); (#38); (#40-85);

Volume 8 (#1-14); (#15-31,33,34); (#36-38,40-45); (#47-52);

Volume 9 (#2); (#3); (#5-23); (#25-34); (#37-45,47); (#50); (#51);

Volume 10 (#1-5); (#7-30); (#30); (#32-34); (#36-51);

Volume 11 (#1-5); (#7-31,33-43); (#45-#52);

Volume 12 (#1); (#5); (#6); (#8-#10); (#12); (#14); (#16-19);

2002 - Volume 13 (38, 45);

2003 -- Volume 14 (2,5-12,14-17, 20,21,23,24,26-33,35-37,39,42-45,47-51);

2004 -- Volume 15 (1-3,8);



DIAMOND DIALOGUE (Diamond Comic Dist.)*** All 1995 & Older issues are SCARCE to RARE;

1992 (May, August, September, October);

1993 (July, August, September, October, November);

1994 (January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November);

1995 (January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, November, December);

1996 (January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December);

1997 (January, February, March, April, May, July, August, September, October, November, December);

1998 (January, February, March, April, May, July, August, October, November, December);

1999 (January, February, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November);

2000 (January, February, March, April, May, June, August, October, November);

2001 (January, March, April, June);

2002 - December;

2003 -- January, February, March, April, May, June, July, September, October, November);

2004 -- January;



DIAMOND PREVIEWS = see “PREVIEWS”;

DIAMOND (Magazine;, Diamond Comic Dist.)#NN Dialogue (2000 Nov, 2001 Aug), Retailer Reg. Kit (June/1994);

DIAMOND INT. GALLERIES PRESENTS THE BIG FINALE (Magazine;, 'Diamond Int. Galleries', Circa 1993) #NN;


Dick Briefer's Frankenstein (Library of Horror Comics Master) (ISBN: 1-60010-722-2) Craig Yoe re Dick Briefer // IDW - Idea Design Works, USA, 2010. Hardcover. The first volume in Yoe Book's thrilling new series, "The Horror Comic Book Masters Library" fittingly features the first and foremost maniacal monster of all time - Frankenstein! Dick Briefer is one of the seminal artists who worked with Will Eisner on some of the very first comic books. Briefer created a bizarre, twisted version of the classic Frankenstein that is legend among comic book aficionados. This large format book lovingly reproduces a monstrous number of stories from the original 1940s and '50s comic books. The stories are fascinatingly supplemented by an insightful introduction with rare photos of the artist, original art, letters from Dick Briefer, drawings by Alex Toth inspired by Briefer's Frankenstein, and much more; = SOLD OUT


DICK GIORDANO CHANGING COMICS, ONE DAY AT A TIME; by Michael Eury (Twomorrows; 2003) #NN (TPB);

DICKS (Caliber Comics 1998; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

DICK TRACY ADVENTURES (Magazine;, Bruce Hamilton Pub. Inc., September/91) #1;

DICK TRACY: THE AUTHORIZED GUIDE TO DICK TRACY COLLECTIBLES ( Pub. Wallace - Homestead Book Co.; 1990) -- NN; (tpb);

DICK TRACY; CELEBRATED CASES OF DICK TRACY 1931-1951 by Chester Gould Wellfleet Press, NJ, 1990. 291 pages; 9"x11-1/2" Hardcover; Book = VG/FN; Dust Jacket = G/VG; Price = $10

DICK TRACY: THE CELEBRATED CASES OF DICK TRACY 1931 – 1951 (Wellfleet Press 1990; Hardcover with Dust Jacket; 291 pages; intro by Ellery Queen);

DICK TRACY - CHICAGO TRIBUNE - VERY LIMITED EDITION (Magazine; Tony Railoa Pub.) #1(1983),3,4,8,9,11;

DICK TRACY: THE DICK TRACY CASEBOOK (St. Martin's Press; 1990; Softcover Trade Paperback; 273 pages) Favorite Adventures 1931 – 1990;


DICK TRACY: THE DICK TRACY MAGAZINE ( Pub.; dtfc); --

1996(22);

2000(41);

2004(54);

2006(61);


(DICK TRACY) THE ORIGINAL (Magazine;, Sqaurebound, Gladstone Pub., 1990) #1,2,3;

DICK TRACY; TRACY'S WARTIME MEMORIES (Softcover Trade Paperback, Ken Pierce Books, 1986) #NN;

DICK TRACY; TRUE HEARTS AND TOMMY GUN TRILOGY (W.D. Publications 1990; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

DICK TRACY; THE VERY BEST OF DICK TRACY; AN 80TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION (Softcover Trade Paperback; April 2011 IDW Pub.)

DIMENSION (Newspaper; Terry C. Allen Pub.) #2(September 1969);

DIMENSION X (Karl Art Pub. Inc.; Magazine) - Volume 1 (#1; 1992);

DINOSAURS FOR HIRE; DINOSAURS RULE ! (Malibu Graphics 1990; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;


DINOSAUR TIMES ( Newspaper; Pub.; brill & Waldenstein; inc.) -

1993 - Volume 1 #1(Summer); 2(Fall); 3(Winter);

DIRTY PAIR (Dark Horse Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Book Three – A Plague of Angels (July/1994);

DISENCHANTED (Avatar Press: Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (May/2014);


A DISTANT SOIL (Magazine;, Warp Graphics Pub., December/83) #1-5;

A DISTANT SOIL: IMMIGRANT SONG (Softcover Trade Paperback, Starblaze Graphics Pub., August/87) #NN;

A DISTANT SOIL: KNIGHTS OF THE ANGEL (Softcover Trade Paperback, Whitford Press, 1989) #1,2;

DISGUSTING COMICS (Magazine;, Quasar Pub. Inc., September/87) #1;


(DITKO, STEVE) Steve Ditko's 176-Page Package (2000; Softcover Trade paperback; Robin Snyder pub) Volume-4(VG/FN $20);



DIVINE RIGHT: COLLECTION EDITION (Image Pub.; 1/ 1998; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - Volume I; Volume II;

DNAGENTS; INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH EDITION (Image Comics/Shadowline 2008; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

DOC MACABRE (IDW May/2011; Hardcover Graphic Novel) #NN;

DR. RADIUM'S BIG BOOK (Slave Labor Graphics; 1990; Softcover Trade Paperback; The Complete “It's


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DOCTOR WHAT? (James Reade Pub.) #4(1985);

THE DOCTOR WHO REVIEW (Magazine;, Ronald G. Rowe, Jan-Feb/80) #1,2;

THE DOCTOR WHO REVIEW 16 ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL (Magazine;, Ronald G. Rowe Pub., November/79) #NN;

DOGUE (Magazine;, Squarebound, Main Street Pub., 1986) #NN;

DOLL (Softcover Trade Paperback, Rip Off Press Pub., 1989) #NN;

DOLL: FURTHER ADVENTURES OF DOLL (Kitchen Sink; February/1995; Softcover Trade Paperback);

DOMES (Magazine;, Matt Howarth, Phantasy Press Pub., 1985) #NN;


DOMINO LADY THE COMPLETE COLLECTION (Vanguard Pub; Cover and Interior chapter illos by Jim Sterenko; Hardcover; FN/VF = $29.00);

DOMU; A CHILD'S DREAM (Dark Horse Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (March/1995); #2 (April/1995); #3 (May/1995);


DONAR: GOD OF WAR (Star Verse Comics pub; B&W Comics magazine; 32 pages; 8-1/2"x11"; Yorkton, Saskatchewan,

Canada; by Ryan Crouse); #2 (6/2004; VF $7.00);


DON MARTIN'S DROLL BOOK (Dark Horse; November/1992; Softcover Trade Paperback; 126 pages);

DON ROSA'S COMICS AND STORIES (Magazine;, A Division of Fanta Graphics, CX Comics, 1983) #1,2;

DORMAN'S DOG (Kitchen Sink; 1990; Softcover Trade Paperback; Frank Stack aka Foolbert Sturgeon);

DORORO; THE OMNIBUS EDITION (Vertical Inc. 2012; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

DOUBLE: BILL (Magazine;, Roger Zelazny, King Rex Pub., 9/66) #15;

Doug Sulipa’s Comic World – Master Catalog 3B (1980; Tabloid Newspaper back issue Catalog; 24 pages; Front cover depicts old man in Dungeon with many comics rats & skulls, by Ernie Chan; Back cover illo depicts Wonder Woman, Prince Valiant, Howard the Duck, Donald Duck & many other comic characters by George Freeman; Many original interior illos by Nick Burns, George Freeman, Stu Reid & others; Back issues listed include; “Cheese” = Misc GA, Gold Key, Archie, Movie Classics, King, Dennis the Menace, Dell, Four Color, Arkham House, Charlton, BLB’s, Mad, Disney, ACG, Capt Canuck, Comic Digests, National Lampoon, Tower, Classics, Harvey, Atlas Seaboard, Warren, Heavy Metal, Penthouse, Playboy, TV Guide, Starlog, Treasure Chest, Misc Comic Mags, SF Book Club, Misc Hardcovers, Conan Original Art; VG = $12.00);



DOUG SULIPA'S COMIC WORLD -- MARVEL COMICS Price Guide & Checklist 1982/1983 (Wraparound Cover by George Freeman, depicts Fantastic Four & Silver Surfer vs Mephisto; 32 pages; B&W; 8" x 10-3/4"; Mostly New art made for this catalog, by Canadian artists; Avengers illo by Nick Burns; FF illo by Stu Reid; Doc Savage illo by Poliwko; Also illustrations of; Dr Strange, Hulk, Spider-Man, Kull, Man-Thing, Moon Knight, Silver Surfer, Thor, Warlock, X-Men all by Stuart Reid; Conan illo by Freeman; Vintage Catalog of back issue comics for sale, includes detailed contents descriptions on many many items; See what comics sold for in 1982; VF $4);

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DOUG SULIPA'S COMIC WORLD -- Marvel/DC Supplement Catalog #3 (Feb./1979; 24 pages; 6"x9" B&W; Vintage Catalog of back issue comics for sale, includes detailed contents; all New art made for this catalog; HULK cover by George Freeman; BATMAN back cover by George Freeman; >> Interior illustrations by George Freeman including; Dr Strange, Conan, Wildcat, Jonah Hex, Powergirl, Black Canary, Hawk & Dove, Superman, & Star Hunters;See what comics sold for in 1979; FN = $9.00);


DOWNSIDE (Softcover Trade Paperback; Eclipse Pub; 1993) - #NN;

DOWNTIME (4 Winds; August/1989; Softcover Trade Paperback);

DRACULA (Magazine;, New English Library Pub.) #6 (1971), 7-12;

DRACULA vs. ZORRO; THE COMPLETE SAGA (Topps Pub.; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

DRAGON CHIANG ( tpb; Avalon Communications; 1999) - #NN (by Timothy Truman & Timothy Bradstreet);

DRAGON GRAPHIC ALBUM (Fictioneer Books 1988; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;


DRAGON LADY PRESS (Magazine;) #NN The Best of the Tribune Co. (#1 Sept/85, 'On Stage'), The Best of the Tribune (#2; Dick Tracy), The Best of the Tribune (#3 Dec/85, 'Tales of the Green Berets'), The Best of the Tribune (#4; Little Orphan Annie), Brick Bradford (#5; February 1987), Buz Sayer (#3, Apr/87), Classic Adventure Strips (Jan/85 #1, Sept/85 #3, Nov/85 #4, Jan/86 #5, June/1986#6, November 1986#8, Feb/87 #9), Dick Tracy; Who Shot Pat Patton (Feb/87 #2), Dick Tracy: the Ghost of Itchy (Aug/87 #3), Johnny Hazard (Aug/87 #4), King of the Royal Mounted (#NN; 1985), Red Ryder (1985 NN), Science Fiction Classics (Nov/87 #1), Secret Agent X-9 (Apr/86 #4), Terry and the Pirates (Jan/88 #8), Thrilling Adventure Strips (June/86 #5,October/1986 #6, December/1986 #7, February #8, May/87 #9, Apr/87 #10), Wash Tubbs (Jan/86 #3),; Classic Adventure Strips #11(June/87; Mandrake the Magician); Wash Tubbs (Aug/87 #3, Nov/87 #4, July 1987 #7);


THE DRAGONLANCE SAGA ( Graphic Novel; TSR; 1987) - Book One Draw!; -- 2008 #16(Fall; Captain America);

DRAGON MOON written by Chris Claremont and Beth Fleisher; Illustrated by John Bolton (Softcover Trade Paperback; Bantam Pub.) #NN(December 1994);

DRAGON RESURRECTION; THE FIRST ADVENTURE OF JESSE AND JACK CHANG (Dark Horse Books May/2013; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

DRAGON'S STAR (Caliber Press Pub.; 1989; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - Book I;

DRAGON'S TEETH (Magazine;, Dragon's Teeth Prod., Summer/83) #1;

DRAGON'S VS. DINOSAURS (Arcana Studio 2011; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN

DRAW! (Twomorrows; Magazine) #2 (Fall/2001; Samurai Jack); #3 (Winter/2002; Mr. X); #4 (Summer/2004; Jack B. Quick); #5 (Winter/2003; Powers); #6 (Spring/2003; Interview with Bill Wray); #7 (Fall/2003; Illwind); #8 (Spring/2004; Vampirella); #9 (Fall/2004; Thief of Time); #10 (Spring/2005; Superman); #11 (Summer/2005; Interview with Steve Rude); #12 (Spring/2006; Plastic Man); #13 (Winter/2006; Interview with Alex Horley); #14 (Summer/2007; Spawn of Frankenstein);

DRAWING COMIC STRIPS by JACK MARKOW (Grosset and Dunlap; 1972);

DRAWING FAMOUS CARTOON CHARACTERS BY LEE J. AMES (Magazine;, Willowisp Press Pub., 1987) #NN;

DRAWN AND QUARTERLY (Softcover Trade Paperback; Drawn and Quarterly Pub.) Volume-2 #2 (Mazzuccelli story) #3(2000),6,7;

THE DREAMER by Will Eisner (Kitchen Sink Press 1986; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

DREAD OF NIGHT (Bruce Hamilton Pub. Inc., Horror Comic Mag; November/91) #1,2;

D.R. AND QUINCH'S GUIDE TO LIFE (Softcover Trade Paperback, Titan Books, 1986) #NN;

DR STRENGE / CONEN the BARBARIAN (Comix Group / John Thompson pub; 1973; Flip-Book; Fanzine/Comics Parody Magazine); - #1(Adult Underground content; VG/FN = $18);

DRY SPELL (Kinetic Press 2011; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;



DT'S (Magazine;, Yahoo Prod.,1974) NN;

A DUMMY'S GUIDE TO DANGER (Viper Comics June/2007; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

DUNCAN AND MALLORY (Softcover Trade Paperback, Starblaze/Donning, August/86) #NN;

DUNCAN AND MALLORY THE BAR-NONE RANCH (Softcover Trade Paperback, Star Blaze/Donning, August/87) #NN;

DUNCAN AND MALLORY THE RAIDERS (Softcover Trade Paperback, Star Blaze/ Donning, May/88) NN;

DYLAN DOG (Dark Horse Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (March/1999); Volume #2 (April/1999); #5 (July/1999);

THE DYLAN DOG CASE FILES (Dark Horse Books April/2009; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

DYNAMIC FORCES CATALOG (Dynamic Forces Inc. Pub.; Comic) - #14(1998), #18(1998);

DYNAMITE (Magazine;, Scholastic, 1977) #1,24,28,29,31,32,41-43, 45,47,52-54,58,59,76, 78,96,102,103,105,119, 123-125, 135,146,158,159,162;

THE DYNAMITE PEOPLE BOOK (Magazine;, Squarebound, Scholastic Pub., 1979) #NN;

A DYNAMITE BOOK: GOTCHA (Magazine;, Sqaurebound, Scholastic Pub., 1980) #NN;

DYNAPUBS 1974 CATALOG OF PRODUCTS ( Pub.; Dynapubs) #NN;

DYNAPUBS 1975 CATALOG OF PRODUCTS ( Pub; Dynapubs) #NN;

DYSTOPIK SNOMEN; THE KOLELTIV UNKONSCIOUSNESS (Magazine; Oct./1994; Slave Labor Graphics) - #1

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EAGLE (early B&W independant comic; Texas Trio pub; B&W fanzine; 24 pages; 8-1/2"x11"); #1 (Jan/1971; early Pre-Pro Jim Starlin cover & art; VF =US$59);

EAGLE AND TIGER (UK; IPC Magazine Ltd.) -

1982; May 29(VG/FN $6); November 6(VG/FN $7); November 13(VG $6); November 20(G $5); November 27(VG/FN $7);

1983; April 9(FN/VF $8); June 18(VG/FN $6); June 25(VG/FN $6); September 10(VG/FN $6); September 17(VG/FN $6);

1985 = 167-180,185-189;

1986 = 198,199,224-228,232;

1987 = 252;


EAGLE AND TIGER (UK; IPC Magazine Ltd.) = issues featuring The House of Daemon by Jose Ortiz; (Also with; Dan Dare, Doomlord etc)

1982; November 6(VG/FN $8); November 13(VG $7); November 20(G $5); November 27(VG/FN $8).

EAGLE: THE MAKING OF AN ASIAN-AMERICAN PRESIDENT (Viz Comics; 1998; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - Book II;

EARTH (Magazine;, 4 pages Crumb, Earth Pub. Corp., 1/71) #1;

EARLY DAYS OF THE SOUTHERN KNIGHTS (Softcover Trade Paperback, Black & White, Fictioneer/Comics Interview, Circa 1989) #2-4,6,7;

EBON ROSES, JEWELLED SKULL (Softcover Trade Paperback, James William HJORT, Weirdbook Press Pub., 1980) #NN;

E C CLASSICS (Magazine;, Russ Cochran) #1(August/1985),2 #8(1986; Crime Suspenstories; FN = $9);#9(1987; Haunt of Fear; VG/FN = $8);#12(1989 Weird Science)

THE E C COMICS STORY (Magazine;, Squarebound, PSI FI Movie Press, 1987) #NN;


ECHOS: ENCYCLOPEDIA OF COSTUMED HEROES OBVIUS AND SUBDUES by TONY SANTANGELO (Solson Pub; 2001; Softcover Trade Paperback);


ECLIPSE EXTRA ( Pub. Eclipse Comics) --

1983 - 35(November; Aztec Ace; should read 1983 but 1984 on cover);

1984 - 39(March; Surge);


ECLIPSE the Magazine (Eclipse Pub; 1981-1983; 68 Pages; B&W; Weight for Postage = 160 Grams each);

#1(5/1981; 1st app Cap'n Quick& a Foozle by Marshall Rogers, MS. TREE by Max Allan Collins Terry Beatty, and DOPE by Trina Robbins; Amber III-s = STARLIN-a; Hempel-a; Chimera-s = P. Craig Russell-a; Death by Howard Cruse; GULACY-c);

#2(1st app I am Coyote by Marshall Rogers; MS. TREE-s; Cruse, Rogers, Leialoha, Mayerick-a; DOPE by Trina Robbins; Michael GOLDEN-c);;

#3(POUND-c; Ragamuffins-s = Gene COLAN-a; Marshall Rogers-a; Vess, Mayerick, Robbins, Kaz-a; MS TREE-s; DOPE by Trina Robbins);

#4(COYOTE = Marshall Rogers-a; Nude Mermaid-c by Potts; MS. TREE-s; Demon Chronicles-s; McGregor & Graham-s; Geary-s; DOPE by Trina Robbins);

#5(Ragamuffins-s = Gene COLAN-a; Mike KALUTA-c/a; I am Coyote = Marshall Rogers-a; Billy Graham-a; Kontiki-s; MS TREE-s; DOPE by Trina Robbins);

#6(Paul GULACY-c/a; MS. TREE-c/s by Max Allan Collins Terry Beatty; Marshall Rogers-a; DOPE by Trina Robbins; Tom SUTTON-a; Geary-s/a); #7(1st Masked Man by Boyer; Marshall Rogers-a);

#8(1/1983; LAST issue; Marshall Rogers-a; Gene COLAN-a);



EDDIE CAMPBELL'S BACCHUS (Eddie Campbell Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Book Four – The Eyeball Kid;

EDDIE CAMPBELL IN LITTLE ITALY (Magazine;, Fantagraphics, July/91) #1;

EDGAR ALLAN POE (Softcover Trade Paperback, Catclan Communication, September/85) #NN;

EDGE (Crossgen Pub.; Trade Paperbacks) - #1(May/2002), #2(June 2002), #3(August 2002), #4(August 2002), #5(September 2002), #6(October 2002), #7(November 2002), #8(December 2002), #9(January 2003), #10(February 2003);#11(March/ 2003); #12(April/ 2003); #13(May/ 2003; cover states “Vector”);

EDGE OF DOOM (IDW July/2011; Softcover Trade Paperback);

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Edgar Rice Burroughs' TARZAN IN COLOR: VOLUME II / 2 / Two / Second (1932-1933 Newspaper Color Sunday Page Comic Strips - Flying Buttress Classics Library) By HAL FOSTER / TARZAN & the GODS OF EGYPT; Burroughs, Edgar Rice / HAL FOSTER (Bill Blackbeard - Series editor) Forward By Ray Bradbury
NBM- Flying Buttress Classics Library, New York, NY, USA., 1993. Leatherette. Book Condition: HAL FOSTER Cover & Interior Comics Art (illustrator). FIRST Collected Thus Edition. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. **** (HEAVY Book Weight = 850 Grams); **** TARZAN & the GODS OF EGYPT; >>> Oversized; 10-1/2" x 13-3/4" Size Hardcover in DJ; ** Green Learherette Boards binding, Titles lettered in silver Embossed Ink; illustrated endpages; Comics reproduced in glorious full-color on heavy quality paper-stock; Full-color illustrated Dust Jacket. Series editor Bill Blackbeard an illustrated introduction with Hal Foster page; Classic Tarzan in his newspaper comics incarnation. >>>> LOW PRINT RUN and already UNCOMMON Book in this series. Hardcover.

FINE+, Near New. Dust Jacket Condition: FINE Dust Jacket. Inventory # 11949-1; Price = $35.00;

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Edgar Rice Burroughs' TARZAN IN COLOR: VOLUME 11 (1941-1942 Newspaper Color Sunday Page Comic Strips - Flying Buttress Classics Library) By Burne Hogarth / Ibeks Vs Askaris Storyline // Burroughs, Edgar Rice / Burne Hogarth (Bill Blackbeard - Series editor)
Book Description: NBM- Flying Buttress Classics Library, New York, NY, USA., 1995. Leatherette. Burne Hogarth Cover & Interior Comics Art (illustrator). FIRST Collected Thus Edition. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. **** (HEAVY Book Weight = 800 Grams); **** "Tarzan performs feats of unimaginable bravery to keep the blindly valiant Ibeks from marching into slaughter at the hands of the better armed Askaris." >>> Oversized; 10-1/2" x 13-3/4" Size Hardcover in DJ; ** Green Learherette Boards binding, Titles lettered in silver Embossed Ink; illustrated endpages; Comics reproduced in glorious full-color on heavy quality paper-stock; Full-color illustrated Dust Jacket. Series editor Bill Blackbeard an illustrated introduction page; Classic Tarzan in his newspaper comics incarnation. >>>> LOW PRINT RUN and already RARE Number in this great series. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: FINE Dust Jacket. Inventory # 10854-1 Price: US$ 89.00

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Edgar Rice Burroughs' TARZAN IN COLOR: VOLUME 13 (1943-1944 Newspaper Color Sunday Page Comic Strips - Flying Buttress Classics Library) By Burne Hogarth / Sultan Kandullah, Tarzan in Giant Arena vs Prize Fighters /// Burroughs, Edgar Rice / Burne Hogarth (Bill Blackbeard - Series editor)
Book Description: NBM- Flying Buttress Classics Library, New York, NY, USA., 1995. Leatherette.Burne Hogarth Cover & Interior Comics Art (illustrator). FIRST Collected Thus Edition. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. **** (HEAVY Book Weight = 800 Grams); **** "Tarzan is made prisnoer by the Sultan Kandullah and is readied for a gladiator's meet. In a giant arena, he will soon be pitted against the prize fighters of a number of rival sultans convening for this special occasion!" > >>> Oversized; 10-1/2" x 13-3/4" Size Hardcover in DJ; ** Green Learherette Boards binding, Titles lettered in silver Embossed Ink; illustrated endpages; Comics reproduced in glorious full-color on heavy quality paper-stock; Full-color illustrated Dust Jacket. Series editor Bill Blackbeard; Classic Tarzan in his newspaper comics incarnation. >>>> LOW PRINT RUN and already RARE Number in this great series. Hardcover.

Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: Near FINE Dust Jacket. Inventory # 10853-1 Price: US$ 89.00

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EEGAH ! (Raymond F. Young pub; Horror, TV, Comics & Movie magazine); #1 (1988; MUNSTERS Photo cover & article; List of Playboy centerfolds that appeared in Movies; Ratfink & Big Daddy Roth monster art by Steve Fiorilla; Horror & SF comix section by XNO, Shargo; VF/NM = $10);

EERIE GREATEST HITS (Harris Comics December/1994; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

EHE' CATL (Real Free Press) #4(1976);

8 1/2 GHOSTS ( Pub. alternative Comics; 2004) #NN;

(EISNER, WILL); CONTRACT WITH GOD, and Other Tenement Stories, A.. by Will Eisner

(Baronet Pub; Limited Edition HARDCOVER ; 10/1978; Signed by Will Eisner & Numbered; #778 of 1500;

RARE; VF+ $95.00);


ELECTRIC COMPANY MAGAZINE (Magazine;, Childrens' Television Workshop Pub.; SPIDER-MAN app in all) = see separate listing in this section

of our Webpage = DYNAMITE, Bananas, Hot Dog, Sesame Street & Misc. KIDS Children's Magazines - 1970's-1980's, For Sale doc


ELECTRONAUT (Magazine;, Icon Test, June/87) #1;

ELEGANT LADIES (Magazine;, Brad W. Foster, Jabberwocky Graphix, Summer/88) #1;

ELEMENTALS; THE NATURAL ORDER (Comico November/1988; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

THE ELFLAND CHRONICLES (Magazine;, James D. Denney, Spring/75) #1;


ELFLORD - Book One : The Return (Mad Monkey Press; 1996 Magazine Size Color Graphic Novel) #1(68 pages; BARRY BLAIR-s/c/a; Scarce; VG/FN = $10.00);


ELFQUEST (Warp Graphics Pub; B&W Comics Magazine; ALL listed are FIRST Printings (Unless Noted);

Many would consider this the GREATEST Alternate comic series of all-time; Wendy Pini-a; Richard Pini-s); >>> These are 50 GRAMS Each for POSTAGE Purposes;

#1(1978; 1st Print with $1.00-c; VG/FN = $11); #1(1978; 1st Print with $1.00-c; VG $9); #1(2nd Print with $1.25-c; VG $4); #1(3rd Print with $1.50-c; FN/VF $5);

#2(1st Print with $1.00-c; VF, 8.0 = $14); #2(2nd Print with $1.25-c; FN $4); #2(3rd Print with $1.50-c; VF=$4; FN=$3)

#3(1978; 1st Print with $1.00-c; VF, 8.0 = $12); #3(2nd Print with $1.25-c; FN $4); #3(3rd Print with $1.50-c; VF=$4; FN=$3);

#4(1979; 1st Print with $1.00-c; VF/NM, 9.0 = $16); #4(1st Print with $1.00-c; VF=$12; FN=$8; VG=$5); #4(2nd Print with $1.25-c; FN/VF $5);

#4(3rd Print with $1.50-c; FN=$3); #5(August/1979; 1st Print with $1.00-c; VF=$12; FN=$8; VG=$5; G=$3); #5(2nd Print with $1.25-c; VF=$6; FN=$4);

#5(3rd Print with $1.50-c; VF=$4; FN=$3); #6(1/1980; 1st Print with $1.25-c; VF+, 8.5 = $8); #6(1st Print with $1.25-c; VF=$6; FN=$4; VG=$3);

#6(2nd Print with $1.50-c; VF=$4; FN=$3); #7(2nd Print with $1.50-c; VF=$4; FN=$3);

#7(May/1980; 1st Print with $1.25-c; VF+, 8.5 = $8); #7(1st Print with $1.25-c; FN =$4);

#8(September/1980; 1st Print with $1.25-c; VF+, 8.5 = $8); #8(September/1980; 1st Print with $1.25-c; VF=$6; FN=$4; VG=$3);

#9(February/1981; 1st Print with $1.25-c; VF+, 8.5 = $8); #9(1st Print with $1.25-c; VF=$6; FN=$4; VG=$3);

#10(June/1981; 1st Print with $1.50-c; VF/NM, 9.0 = $8); #10(1st Print with $1.50-c; VF=$5; FN=$4; VG=$3);

#11(October/1981; 1st Print with $1.50-c; VF/NM, 9.0 = $8); #11(1st Print with $1.50-c; VF=$5; FN=$4; VG=$3);

#12(1st Print with $1.50-c; VF+, 8.5 = $6.50); #12(February/1982; 1st Print with $1.50-c; VF=$5; FN=$4; VG=$3; G$2; FA$1.50);

#13(June/1982; 1st Print with $1.50-c; VF/NM, 9.0 = $8); #14(1st Print with $1.50-c; VF=$5; FN=$4; VG=$3; G$2);

#14(October/1982; 1st Print with $1.50-c; VF/NM, 9.0 = $8); #14(1st Print with $1.50-c; VF=$5; FN=$4; VG=$3);

#15(February/1983; 1st Print with $1.50-c; VF/NM, 9.0 = $8); #15(1st Print with $1.50-c; VF=$5; FN=$4; VG=$3; G$2);

#16(June/1983; 1st Print with $1.50-c; VF/NM, 9.0 = $8); #16(1st Print with $1.50-c; VF=$5; FN=$4; VG=$3; G$2);

#17(October/1983; 1st Print with $1.50-c; VF+, 8.5 = $6.50); #17(1st Print with $1.50-c; VF=$5; FN=$4; VG=$3);

#18(1st Print with $1.50-c; VF+, 8.5 = $6.50); #18(February/1984; 1st Print with $1.50-c; VF=$5; FN=$4; VG=$3; G$2; FA$1.50);

#19(1st Print with $1.50-c; VF/NM, 9.0 = $8); #19(June/1984; 1st Print with $1.50-c; VF=$5; FN=$4; VG=$3; G$2);

#20(October/1984; 1st Print with $1.50-c; VF/NM, 9.0 = $8); #20(1st Print with $1.50-c; VF=$5; FN=$4; VG=$3);

#21(February/1985; LAST Issue; 1st Print with $1.50-c; VF/NM, 9.0 = $8); #21(1st Print with $1.50-c; VF=$5; FN=$4; VG=$3);


ELFQUEST (Oversize Books; Starblaze/Donning Pub.; Color)

Book #1(1981; Softcover Trade Paperback; Weight for Postage = 550 Grams;VF/NM = $25; FN/VF=$15; G/VG=$8; G=$6),

Book #2(1982; Softcover Trade Paperback; Weight for Postage = 550 Grams; FA=$5; VG=$10; VF=$18; VF+=$21; VF/NM=$25), Book #2(1982; Hardcover in Slipcase; Signed by W & R PINI; Numbered, out of a Limited Print Run of only of 4000 Copies; Weight for Postage = 2500 Grams; (VF/NM book in VF/NM Slipcase =$99.00); (VF/NM book in VF+ Slipcase =$85.00); or (VF/NM book in FN/VF Slipcase =$69.00)];

Book #3(1983; Softcover Trade Paperback; Weight for Postage = 550 Grams;VF/NM = $25);

Book #3 (1983; Hardcover in Slipcase; Signed by W & R PINI; Numbered, out of a Limited Print Run of only of 4000 Copies; Weight for Postage = 2500 Grams; (VF/NM book in VF Slipcase =$85.00); or (VF/NM book in FN/VF Slipcase =$69.00)];

Book #4(1984; Softcover Trade Paperback; Weight for Postage = 550 Grams; VF/NM $25);

Book #4[1984; Hardcover in Slipcase; Signed by W & R PINI; Numbered, out of a Limited Print Run of only of 4000 Copies; Weight for Postage = 2500 Grams;

(VF+ book in FN/VF Slipcase Box =$79.00)];

Book #5 (Hardcover seige at Blue Mountain) = Sold Out;

Book #6(Hardcover The Secret of Two -Edge) = Sold Out;

Book #7 (Hardcover; Weight for Postage = 2500 Grams; The Cry from Beyond; VF = $49.00), Book #8(Softcover Trade Paperback; Weight for Postage = 550 Grams; Kings of the Broke 'n' Wheel; FN $15),


ELFQUEST III (Portfolio #3; 1982; 14 x Color Prints in Folder; 9"x12"; 1982; Schanes & Schanes; Numbered out of only 3000 Copies; Signed by Wendy Pini; Outer Folder=FN; Inner Plates = VF+ = US$50.00);


THE 'ELFFICIAL' FAN CLUB HANDBOOK (1984 Warp) - #NN


ELFQUEST FAN CLUB MEMBER AND HOLT LISTING (1984) - #NN


The Elfquest Gatherum (1981; Fantagraphics; Softcover Trade Paperback; Weight for Postage = 550 Grams; VF=$18; FN=$12);

THE ELFQUEST GATHERUM VOLUME ONE: REVISED EDITION (father Tree Press; January/1987; Softcover Trade Paperback);

THE ELFQUEST GATHERUM VOLUME TWO (Father Tree Press; April/ 1988; Softcover Trade Paperback);

ELFQUEST NOVEL – ELFQUEST by Wendy and Richard Pini (Playboy November/1982 Illustrated Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

ELFQUEST NOVEL – THE BLOOD OF TEN CHIEFS (Tor Books; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume One (Edited by Richard Pini, Robert Asprin and Lynn Abbey; December/1986); Volume Three – Winds of Change (Edited by Richard Pini; March/1989); Volume Four – Against the Wind (Edited by Richard Pini; October/1990);


EL GAUCHO (Hardcover, NBM Pub., 1995) #NN;

EL MOE PRESENTS (Magazine;; Egyptian Connipton Pub.) #NN (Summer 1970);

ELMORE, LARRY; SKETCHBOOK - REFLECTIONS OF MYTH Vol.. 1;

ELMORE, LARRY; SKETCHBOOK - REFLECTIONS OF MYTH Vol.2 (Softcover Trade Paperback; S Q Production Inc.) #2(1995);


ELRIC (B&W Magazine/Fanzine; Windy City Comix Group)

#1(Manitoba; 1973; 32 pages; Adapts Michael Moorcock's "Fall of the Dreaming City"; Steve Grant-s; John Adkins Richardson-a; John BYRNE Back cover = First "Pro" Work?; Lists at $150 in FOGEL Underground Comics Price Guide update; RARE; VF+, 8.5 = $99);


ELRIC OF MELNIBONE (Michael Moorcock) (First Pub.; Trade Paperback; May 1986) - #NN;

ELRIC; THE RUBY THRONE (Titan Comics 2014; Hardcover Graphic Novel) #NN;

ELRIC: SAILOR ON THE SEAS OF FATE (First Pub.; Trade Paperback; August 1987) - #NN;

ELZON - The Complete Chronicles of Nebula, World of Elzon (K.C. Comics / Kenny Moran Pub; B&W; Color cover;

Canadian Underground Comics Magazine from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; 8-1/2"x11"; 188 Pages including covers, with two-sided pages including Loose Certificate of Authenticity)

#NN (#3; 9/2006; Reprints #1 and #2, plus with much Previously UN-Published material; Limited Edition of only 26 Lettered Copies, Signed by publisher/author/artist Kenny Moran Unread, As New, just as we received direct from publisher = US$45.00);


EMILY'S SECRET BY MARCUS GRAY ( Eurotica / nmb; 2000) TPB;

EMPIRE (Softcover Trade Paperback; Signed & Numbered #1196 of 1500);

EMPIRE (Softcover Trade Paperback, Written by Samuel R. Delany, Berkley Pub. Corp., 1978) #NN;

THE ENCHANTED APPLES OF OZ (Softcover Trade Paperback, First Comics Pub., April/86) #1;

THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SUPER HEROES by JEFF ROVIN (Facts on File Pub.; 1985; 443 pages; Hardcover no Dust Jacket);

EN FORCERS (Graphics 2000 Pub.) #2(1978),3;

ENTERTAINMENT THIS MONTH (Magazine;, American Dist. Inc.) #41(March/93);

ENTERTAINMENT RETAILING (Magazine;, Wizard Press) #2(September/93);


EQUINOX (Magazine;, Stellar Z. Prod.) #3(May/76);

ERB-dom (ERB - Edgar Rice Burroughs Fanzine/Magazine Size) = see this LINK on our Webpage =

Science Fiction Fantasy & Horror 1950's-1990's Magazines & Fanzines (Fiction, & TV - Movie Related) For Sale doc);


ERE COMPRIMEE ( French Language Mag.; Campus editions) -- 1981 - #9(Zora); 10(cover art by V. Segrelles); 11(cover art by Enrich);


EROS COMIX NEW RELEASES – 1990 (#NN Fold Out Poster by Grey Morrow)

***1992 (January); (May)


ESCAPE (Magazine;, Titan Books Pub., Circa 1990's) #10,12;

ESCAPE FROM THE PLANET OF THE APES; MOVIE ADAPTION (Malibu Graphics 1991; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

ESCAPE FROM “SPECIAL” (Fantagraphics Books December/2006; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

ESCAPE TO THE STARS (Magazine;, Infinity) #NN, 3;

ESPERS: BLACK MAGIC (Image Pub.; 1998; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

ESPERS: UNDERTOW (Image Pub.; 1998; Softcover Trade Paperback 0 - #NN;

ESSEX COUNTY; VOLUME ONE – TALES FROM THE FARM (Top Shelf Productions; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume One (Second Printing February/2008);

ETCETERA Vol. II (Magazine; TCR Pub.; January 1973), #84-86;

ETERNITY KILL (Dynamite/Liquid Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (2012);

EVEN MORE FUND COMICS; AN ALL-STAR BENEFIT FOR THR CBLDF (Sky Dog Press 2004; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

EVIL ERNIE; REVENGE (Chaos ! Comics October/1995; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

EVIL ERNIE; YOUTH GONE WILD (Chaos ! Comics 1994; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN (First, Second and Third Printings);

THE EVOLUTION AND HISTORY OF MOOSEKIND (Fantagraphics Pub.; Trade Paperback; March 1989) - #NN;

EXCALIBUR BOOKS AND COMICS (Magazine;, Circa Late 80's, Mail order Catalog) #NN;

EX-MUTANTS (Etenity Comics 1988; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume One – The Saga Begins;

EX-MUTANTS; GODS OR MEN (Etenity Comics 1988; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

EXTERMINATOR 17 -- Bilal, Enki & Dionnet, Jean-Pierre. (Softcover Trade Paperback / Comics Graphic Novel, Catalan Communications Pub., 1986) #NN;

the EYE (Special) (White House of Comics Pub / Biljo J. White; 28 pages; B&W; Very Early Independant Comic Book) - #1 (Spring/1965; Print Run = approx 1000 Copies?; SCARCE; BILJO WHITE story, cover & Art; FN/VF, 7.0 = $39);


---- F ----

FA (British Mag; Trident Press); - 1989 - #111(May; Judge Dredd; Sergio Aragones Interview);

(FABIAN, STEPHEN) THE BEST OF (Magazine;, Spinal Bound, Loompanics Unl. Pres., 1975) #NN;

(FABIAN, STEPHEN) LADIES AND LEGENDS (Underwood-Miller; 1993; Hardcover with Dust Jacket);

THE FACSIMILE OF SUPER-FOLK (Magazine;, Panic Button Press, 1982) #1;

FAFNIR THE DRAGON; AMERICAN IDOLTRY (Arcana Studio 2009; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

Fairy Tales Of Oscsar Wilde- the Selfish Giant / the Star Child (NBM Pub; Color Softcover Graphic Novel; TPB) by Craig Russell (1992; VF $10)

THE FALLEN: THE PALE DOOR (NBM; 1999; Softcover Trade Paperback; Miran, Kim/ David Aaron Clark);

FAMILY MAN (Paradox Press; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 – To Serve and Protect (1995);

FAMILY MATTER - Will Eisner (Softcover Trade Paperback Graphic Novel; Kitchen Sink Press, 1988) VF/NM = $12.00;

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FANDOM'S AGENT (Magazine/Fanzine/Adzine; Chuck Woolel Pub.; Fandon Library articles by Larry Herndon; Jim Van Hollebeke art)

#1 (1968; Print Run of approx 200 Copies; GA Sandman illo; CAPTAIN AMERICA back-c by Syd Shores; VF/NM, 9.0 = $79.00);

#1 (1968; Print run of approx 200 Copies; Capt America back-c by Syd Shores; VF $59.00);

#2 (1968; EC Cover swipe; Sub-Mariner illo; Marvelman illo page; 2 page BLB list; 2/3 pg Superman article; Starman back-c; VF = $45.00)

#3 (1968; Superhero (Vision?) cover by Buddy Saunders; GA Green Lantern illo; Whitman BLB Checklist; Krazy Kat; 3 pages of Convention Photo’s with Fritz Leiber, Camille Cazedessus etc; JSA Lives again Pinup; SUPERMAN back cover;  VF = $45.00);

#4 (1968; BARBARIAN cover; Black Canary illo; Whitman BLB Checklist; Dick Tracy illo; Foreign Comics; GA ALL-STAR Comics; 3 pages of Comic Convention Photo’s with Roy Thomas; KING KONG back cover;  VF = $45.00)

#5 (1968; Grim Reaper & Graveyard-c by Dick Mosso; Whitman BLB Checklist; VF/NM = $50.00)

#6-7 combined DOUBLE issue (1968/1969; 48 Page GIANT; EC Horror Swipe back-c; Marvel -MMMS article by Jim Jones with illos; Ronn Foss illo; Capt America illo by Syd Shores; 1pg EC Horror article; Comic strip collecting; 16 pages Gallery of Golden Age & EC cover photo's; Marvel Super-heroes Centerfold by Buddy Saunders & others; VF = $49.00; VG/FN=$34; VG=$29);

#8 (1969; Asrtonaut-c by Dick Mosso; Nude Girl in Bondage back-c; Fantucchio pinup; Henry Vallely article with BLB art by JIM JONES; 5 pages TARZAN strips by Hogarth; Moon Mullins; History of FOUR COLOR comics; Whitman oddities; Houston Con '69 = 7 page article with Photo's; 6 pages Gallery of GA cover photo's; SOLD OUT);

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FANDOM DIRECTORY (Softcover Trade Paperback, Fandom Computer Services) #2(1980),14, 17(1997-1998);

FANDOM CONFIDENTIAL (Kitchen Sink/ Krupp Comic Works; 1982; 36 pages; Magazine) –  

#1 (1982; 1st Printing; Superman, Spider-Man, Hulk, Batman & other Heroes on Cover; Fantastic Four Back cover by John Byrne; Photo Humor in Comics Format; starring Jim Engel and Chuck Fiala; Intro by Roy Thomas; Guest appearances by John Byrne, Len Wein, and Marv Wolfman);

FANDOM DIRECTORY #6;

FANDOM FEATURE (Rich Maurizio; 1982) - #1;

FANDOM MARKETPLACE (SFCA; 1973) - #2;

FANDOM NEWSSTAND; GORDON BAILEY'S (Magazine;, Gordon Bailey, 1973) #NN;

FANELLA and the FOREST FOLK by Eileen Sykes (Magazines; Armstrong Pub., 1978-1986; Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; illustrated Chidrens / Fantasy Books in magazine format; Juvenile Literature; illustrated by; Ken Cox, Bill Maksymowycz & Andrew Valko)

Book-1 (11/1986; 3rd Printing; inscribed "Best wishes by the Author, Eileen Sykes"; Signed / Autographed by Sykes; FN/VF = $15);



FAN EXPO CANADA OFFICIAL 2008 SHOW PROGRAM (Joker);


FANEXPO CANADA 2016 Program Book (Toronto Ontario Canada) Billed as the LAST CANADIAN COMIC CONVENTION to have STAN LEE as a Guest Star

84 pages including Covers; Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Anime, Voice Actors, COMICS, Horror, Cosplay, Gaming & Exclusives;  Loads of Guest Stars; (Overstreet VF/NM) ABE= FN+ Near New = $8.95  


FANFARE (Magazine;, Bill Spicer Pub., Spring/77) #1, 3, 4, 5;

#4(Summer/1981; Huckleberry Hound-c; Dashiell Hammett, James M. Cain, Raymond Chandler; 3-D & Popular arts; Spawn of the Twin Planets, the Pulp art of EC's Graham Ingels; Charles Biro; Newave 1980's comics; Vargas; VG $10);


FAN GRAPHIX (Magazine;, Tony Caputo Studio) #2(1985);

FAN REVUES AND PREVUES ( Pub. Larry A. Mitchell) - 1974 - #1(Nov/Dec; Early Fanzine);

FANSPAWN (Magazine;, Gary Rakers) #9(1973);

FANTACON MAGAZINE (Magazine;, Fantaco Enterprises, 1989) #NN;

FANTACO'S 1997 HORROR YEARBOOK AND PRICE GUIDE;

FANTARAMA( Mag; Pubbug Press) - #9(1979/ March; Vancouver New Breed Comics Heroes);

FANTASTIC COMICS #24 (Image Comics January/2008; Magazine);

FANTASTIC EXPLOITS (Fanzine/Magazine., SFCA.)

#15(Circa 1970),

#16(Dr Weird-c/s; STARLIN-a; Frazetta-a; VF $45),

# 20, 21;


FANTASTIC EXPLOITS - VOLUME TWO (Magazine/Fanzine; SFCA / James Van Hise Pub; Adults Only = Nudity) - Volume-2 #1 (August/1980; Wraparound GGA / Good Girl Art Sword and Sorcery Fantasy Painted cover by Kerry Gammill;  John Carter of Mars Edgar Rice Burroughs portfolio by Bret Blevins, Martin Cannon, Jim Kuzee and Monica Miller;  Deadman comics article by James Van Hise = Neal Adams, Steve Bissette and Fred Hembeck art; Something Lost, Something Never Found = 45 page sword & sorcery comics = Ron Wilber-a, James Van Hise-s; 2 pager = comic strip with Marc Hempel-a; Hannes Bok & Fabian Pinup;


FANTASTIC FANZINE (Magazine;, Gary G. Groth Pub.)

#11(Steranko issue, lots of pre-pro art by Dave Cockrum, art by Robert Kline, Fantucchio, Bill Black),

#12(1970; Interview with Cover and lots of art by Robert Kline; Includes; Don Newton, Dave Cockrum, Bill Black, John Fantucchio, Craig Russell, FN/VF $25);

#13(Scarce; Full page Spider-Man with Dr Octopus & Electro pinup by Fantucchio; Wrightson pinup & AD; Bill Black-a; Cockrum-a; READING COPY; Coverless o/w rest is FN $6);

FANTAGRAPHICS 1985 Christmas Catalog (4 Pages; plus 6 bonus handouts & Flyers from Comics Journal, Amazing Heroes etc; VG or better; all for $10);


FANTAGRAPHICS Catalog Fall 1989 (16 pages; Comics, Mags & Graphic Albums; FN $5);


FANTAGRAPHICS (Catalog ; No Date; Circa 1990/1991; 32pages; Comics, Books, T-Shirts, Posters, Postcards; FN/VF $9);


FANTASY (Fantasy Artists Network Inc.) #7(1980);


FANTASY ADVERTISER INTERNATIONAL (Derek G. Skinn u.k.) - 1973 (Vol.3 #50; Frank Bellamy Interview)

*** 1974 (Vol.3#53; August)

THE FANTASY COLLECTION (Capitol City; Catalog) Volume 3 (#1; May/1990);

THE FANTASY COLLECTOR (Magazine;, C.Cazedessus Jr.) #117(September/68), 119-121,123,124,150;

FANTASY'S COLLECTOR ANNUAL 1975 (Magazine;, Gerry De La Ree, 1975) #NN;

FANTASY COMMENTATOR (Magazine;, A. Langley Searles Pub., Winter-7August/79) #29;

FANTASY CROSSROADS (Magazine;, Graceland College Comic Club Pub., November/74) #1,3;

FANTASY CLASSICS (Magazine;, Fantasy House, 1973) #1-5;

FANTASY EMPIRE (Mag, Dr. Who Mag, New Media Pub., 1981) #1-7,10,16,17;

FANTASY EMPIRE COLLECTOR'S EDITON (Magazine;, Dr. Who Magazine;, New Media Pub., 1983) #1,3,6;

FANTASY EMPIRE LTD. (Magazine;, Dr. Who Magazine; New Media Pub., April/84) #1,3;

FANTASY EMPIRE SUMMER SPECIAL (Magazine;, Dr Who Magazine;, New Media Pub., 1983) #NN;

FANTASY ILLUSTRATED (Bill Spicer; Fanzine/Magazine) #6 (Summer/Fall 1966); #7 (Spring/1967);


FANTASY ILLUSTRATED (Magazine;, New Media Pub); Volume-1 #1 (Spring/1982; 68 pages; P. Craig Russell-c/a; the Djinn by Steve Ditko; Steve Englehart, Mark Evanier, Steve Leialoha, Don McGregor & Tom Sutton, Mike Sekowski; VF = $10.00);


FANTASY NEWSLETTER (Magazine;, Paul C. Allen) #31(December/80), 32-38,40,41;

FANTASY REVIEW (Magazine;, Florida Atlantic University) #78(April/85), 80;

FANTASY SOUNDTRACK (Magazine;, S.F.C.A., 1968) #1;

FANTAZIA (Magazine;, Pegasus Pub. Ltd., 1990) #1;


THE FAR PAVILIONS PICTURE BOOK (Softcover Trade Paperback, Penguin, 1979) #NN;

FAR WEST POCKET MANGA (Antarctic Press; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (September/2008);

FASTNER AND LARSON - ARCHITECTS OF FANTASY Vol.I (Softcover Trade Paperback; SQP Inc.) #1(1994);

FASTNER AND LARSON - KISS OF DEATH Vol. I (Softcover Trade Paperback; SQP Inc.) #1(2000);

FAST ONE (Softcover Trade Paperback, No Exit Press, 1991) #NN;

FAT ALBERT AND THE COSBY KIDS: BUZZY'S REBOUND ( Pub; U.S. Department of Health & Human Servises; 1972) - #NN;

FATHER AND SON; EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE SELL-OUT !!! (Colonia Press 2001; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

FAVORITE FUNNIES (Newspaper, Dyna Press Pub., September/73) #1-12;

FAX FROM SARAJEVO (Joe Kubert's; Dark Horse Pub.) - 1995 (Preview copy of 1st chapter of Graphic Novel);

FAX FROM SARAJEVO BY JOE KUBERT (Dark Horse; October/1996; Hardcover with Dust Jacket);

FEARLESS FOSDICK: by AL CAPP (Kitchen Sick; 1991; Softcover Trade Paperback);

FEARLESS FOSDICK: THE HOLE STORY! By AL CAPP (Kitchen Sink; 1992; Softcover Trade Paperback);

FEATURE MAGAZINE (Feature Press; Fanzine/Magazine) #2 (Dec/1995-Jan/1996; Interviews – Charles Vess – Jim Valentino – Paul Pope);


FEATURE SHOWCASE - the Great Newspaper Comic Strips (Softcover Trade Paperback; Funnies Pub. Co./Alan Light/DynaPubs; 1974)

#1(1974; BUCK ROGERS - Adventures in the 25th Century; 100 Pages including Covers; 8-1/2" x 11"; LOW Print Run; SCARCE; VF = $35.00)


FEIFFER THE COLLECTED WORKS (Softcover Trade Paperback, Fantagraphics Pub., April/88) #1;

FELIX THE CAT (illustrated by Pat Sullivan);

(1935; French Language; Paris, France; Hardcover Books with Comic Strips published by Hachette; 36 pages including covers; Full Color Covers; Blue, Red, Black & White interiors; 10-16 Comic Panels per page; 325 Grams each;

8-1/2"x10-1/2"; very nice books);

#2 FELIX au Pays de L'Ogre (1931; G/VG =US$90.00);

#3 FELIX au Cinema (1932; G/VG =US$75.00);

#6 FELIX VI en L'an 2000 (1933; G/VG =US$75.00);

#9 FELIX au Pole Sud (1935; VG =US$90.00);

#10 FELIX Reve ... (1935; G =US$60.00);

FELIX: THE TWISTED TALE of the WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS CAT by JOHN CANEMAKER (Pantheon Books;1991; hardcover with Dust Jacket);


FEVER PITCH; THE BEST OF FEVER PITCH ( Pub; Jabberwocky Graphix; 1990) - Vol. One(tpb);


FICTION HOUSE COMICS - A Golden Age Index, (Magazine; Al Dellinges Pub., 1978) #NN(68 pages; Compiled by Henry Steele & Ray Funk; Mysta of the Moon-c; First half is the Index; Second Half is Pinup art pages by the Artists of Fiction House including; Crandall, Anderson, Lubbers, Elias, Doolin, Celardo, etc; Weight = 215 Grams);


FICTION ILLUSTRATED (Byron Weiss Visual Pub/Pyramid Pub.; Trade Paperback)

#3(Chandler by JIM STERANKO, Color Visual Comics Graphic Novel; 132 pages including covers; Weight= 360 Grams; VG =$24.00);


FICTION ILLUSTRATED (Byron Weiss Visual Pub/Pyramid Pub.) #4(Son of Sherlock Holmes);

FIESTA COMIC STRIP (Magazine;, Adult, Galaxy Pub. Co.) #2(1989);

FIGMENTS UNLIMITED (Magazine;, Graphik Pubikations Inc., 1982) #1;

THE FILES OF MS. TREE (Softcover Trade Paperback, Renegade Press Pub., Summer/84) #1,3;

The FILM JOURNAL - TFJ (Film Journal / Willis McDonald Pub; B&W Pro Film Magazine; 9"x11-3/4"; 92 pages including covers);

#5 (Volume-2 #2; "the Art of the Horror Film"; Cover features 11 cinematic panels of Art by ALEX TOTH, depicting Fredric March & Miriam Hopkins in Mamoulian's Dr. Jekyll & Mr Hyde; Article's on; Frankenstein, Wolfman, Night of the Living Dead, Jekyll & Hyde, Freund's MUMMY, Lugosi in the RAVEN, 70's VAMPIRE films, Caligari, etc; great Articles & Photo's; Six pages have Cartoons by Sergio ARAGONES; VG/FN = $30.00);

FILTHY by TED JOUFLAY (Fantagraphics; 1999; Softcover Trade Paperback);

THE FINAL PLAGUE (Action Lab Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (June/2013);

FINDER: KING OF THE CATS (Lightspeed Press September/2001; Softcover Trade Paperbacks) #NN;

FINDER; VOICE (Dark Horse Books February/2011; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;


FINE ANIMATION ART AND RELATED ITEMS AUCTION (HOWARD lOWERY) - 2002

(FINLAY, VIRGIL) THE BEST OF (Magazine;, S.F.C.A., Spring/73) #NN;

FIREBREATHER (Image Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 – Growing Pains (July/2004);

THE FIRE-FIEND AND THE RAVEN (Magazine;, Poe, Gerry De La Ree Pub., 1973) #NN;

FIREFIGHTER; DAIGO OF FIRE COMPANY M (Viz Communications; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (November/2002);

THE FIRES OF PELE (Softcover Trade Paperback, 'Mark Twain's Legendary Lost Journal', Aragones Art., Pictorial Legends Pub., 1986) #NN;

FIRE: A SPY GRAPGHIC NOVEL (Image Pub.; 2004; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

THE FIRST; MAGNIFICENT TENSION (Crossgen Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #2 (July/2002);

the FIRST KINGDOM (B&W Comics Magazine;Comix & Comix pub /Bud Plant Inc., 1974-1986; JACK KATZ-s/c/a); -- #1-15,17-24(First Printings); --- #1-8(Reprints);

THE FISH POLICE (IDW; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 – Hairballs (March/2011);


THE FISH POLICE: HARDBALLS (Softcover Trade Paperback, Comico Pub., October/87) #NN;

FIST OF THE NORTH STAR (Viz Communication; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #3 – Southern Cross (June/1997);

FIST OF THE NORTH STAR; MASTER EDITION (Raijin Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback with Dust Jacket) Book #2 (February/2003);

THE FLAMES OF GYRO (Magazine;, Fantagraphics Pub., 1979) #NN;

FLASHBACK (Magazine;, E C Reprints, Dynapubs Pub., 1971) #1;


FLASHBACK (Series by ALAN LIGHT from 1970's; LOW Print Runs);

*** Average Weight for Postage Purposes = 140 GRAMS Each ****

*** We List SOLD OUT issues for Historical INFO only & to help Collector's;

FLASHBACK #1 = DAREDEVIL BATTLES HITLER #1 SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #2 = SPECIAL EDITION COMICS #1 Fawcett CAPTAIN MARVEL (VF $24);

FLASHBACK #3 = USA COMICS #1 Timely/Marvel KIRBY (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #4 = SPECIAL COMICS #1 MLJ = HANGMAN, Roy & Dusty cover/story; (VF $25);

FLASHBACK #5 = MILITARY COMICS #1 with BLACKHAWK (VF $25);

FLASHBACK #6 = ALL STAR COMICS #4 (VF=$26; FN/VF=$22; FN=$18);

FLASHBACK #7 = PEP COMICS #1 SHEILD-c/s, Comet-s; (VF $25);

FLASHBACK #8 = YOUNG ALLIES #1 Timely/Marvel (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #9 = DOLL MAN #1 (FN $20);

FLASHBACK #10 = CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES #1 (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #11 = PLASTIC MAN #1 (VF $25);

FLASHBACK #12 = NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1939 (VF $25);

FLASHBACK #13 = ALL STAR COMICS #2 (FN/VF $22);

FLASHBACK #14 = ALL SELECT #1 (Human Torch, Sub-Mariner & Captain America; (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #15 = CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES #2 (VF $27);

FLASHBACK #16 = PEP COMICS #17 SHEILD & HANGMAN cover & Stories (VF $25);

FLASHBACK #17 = CAPTAIN MARVEL JR. #1(SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #18 = MASTER COMICS #21 Fawcett, Captain Marvel, Captain Nazi & Bullet7n (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #19 = SUB-MARINER #1(SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #20 = NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1940 (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #21 = HUMAN TORCH #2 (#1) (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #22 = ALL-STAR COMICS #1 (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #22 = MASTER COMICS #22 (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #?? = MASTER COMICS #22 (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #23 = ALL WINNERS #1 (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #24 = SPY SMASHER #1 (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #25 = AMERICA'S GREATEST COMICS #1 (100 pages; With; Capt Marvel, Bulletman, Minute-Man, Spy Smasher & Mr Scarlet; VG/FN $16);

FLASHBACK #26 = MARVEL MYSTERY COMICS #4 (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #27 = SILVER STREAK #6 (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #28 = WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #7 (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #29 = CAPTAIN AMERICA #2 (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #30 = ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #24 (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #31 = HIT COMICS #1(FN=$20; VG/FN=$16);

FLASHBACK #32 = AMERICA'S GREATEST COMICS #7 (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #33 = PLASTIC MAN #2 (1976; Scarce! VF $27);

FLASHBACK #34 = IBIS THE INVINCIBLE #1(SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #35 = CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES #7 (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #36 = FLASH COMICS #15(1976; Hawkman-c/s; FLASH-s; Johnny Thunder-s; the Whip-s; VF = $29);

FLASHBACK #37 = CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT #1(SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK #38 = WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #8 (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK (NOSTALGIA Inc. Series)

*** Average Weight for Postage Purposes = 140 GRAMS Each ****

FLASHBACK (NOSTALGIA Inc. Series) #1 = HUMAN TORCH #5 Torch vs Sub-Mariner Battle (B&W cover;(SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK (NOSTALGIA Inc. Series) #2 = AIR FIGHTERS #2 (1973; VF $20);

FLASHBACK (NOSTALGIA Inc. Series) #3 = ALL STAR COMICS #3 (FN = $20);

FLASHBACK (NOSTALGIA Inc. Series) #4 = WHIZ COMICS #2 CAPTAIN MARVEL (VF+ $27);

FLASHBACK (NOSTALGIA Inc. Series) #5 = POLICE COMICS #1(VG $14.00);

FLASHBACK (NOSTALGIA Inc. Series) #6 = SILVER STREAK #1 (1976; FN/VF $22);

FLASHBACK (NOSTALGIA Inc. Series) #7 = BLACKHAWK #9 (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK (NOSTALGIA Inc. Series) #8 = UNCLE SAM Quarterly #1 (SOLD OUT);

FLASHBACK (NOSTALGIA Inc. Series) #9 = SILVER STREAK #6 (FN/VF $24);

FLASHBACK (NOSTALGIA Inc. Series) #10 = WOW COMICS #1 (SOLD OUT


FLASH GORDON; THE SECRET HISTORY OF MONGO (Ardden Ent. 2009; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

FLASH GORDON 3-D: 3-D ZONE #13 (3-D Zone; September/1988);


FLASH GORDON

(1977-1978; Nostalgia Press Softcover Trade Paperbacks; Full Color; 9"x12"; SCARCE)

Volume Three - ESCAPES TO ARBORIA (VF/NM $49);

Volume Four - VERSUS FROZEN HORRORS (NM $59);

Volume Five - JOINS THE POWER MEN (Volume Five) (NM $59);

FLASH MARKS (Magazine;, Fantagraphics Pub., 1989) #1;

FLESH WOUNDS by FRANZ HENKEL AND MYKE MALDONADO (Diva Graphics; March/1994; Hardcover);

FLIPPED (Astonish Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 (2002);

FLITTING IMAGES (Magazine;, Kevin D. Duncan, Circa 1987) #NN;

FLOCK OF DREAMERS: AND ANTHOLOGY OF DREAM INSPIRED COMICS (Kitchen Sink; November/1997; Softcover Trade Paperback);


FLUX – the Comic, Music & Video Game magazine (HARRIS Pub; 1994-1995; FIRST Series – Magazine Sized);

#1 (1994; Mortal Kombat II cover; Glenn Danzig; Star Wars 1997; DC’s Zero Hour; Beastie Boys, Crow, Rob Zombie, Akira, Superman vs Hulk, Stone Temple Pilots; FN = $10.00);

#2 (1994; Beavis & Butthead cover; SPAWN the Ultimate Guide, How to Kill a Superhero, Doom, X-Men, Green Jelly, House of Pain, Tie Fighter, Offspring, Coolio; VF=  $9.00);

#4 (1995; Mortal Kombat 3 cover; XBand, Screen Shockz, Killer Instinct, Cover Girls / Bad Girls in Comics, Neil Gaiman, Anime, Gen 13, Van Halen; VF = $8.00)

#5 (1995; Doom Deluxe cover; Hellboy – Mignola, Ash – Quesada & Palmiotti; Static, Doom, Virtua Fighter, Simon Bisley, John BYRNE, Superman vs Aliens; VF = $9.00);

#6 (1995; Simpsons Invasion-c; Strategy Guides; Primal Rage; Evil Ernie, Zealot, Vampirella, Underworld Unl;eashed; Teknophage; FN/VF = $8.00);

#7 (1995; LAST Mag Sized issue? Wolverine vs Lobo Battle cover; DC vs Marvel; Star Wars Rebel Assault; Interview Scorion from Mortal Kombat movie; Gen 13 / Maxx; Jeff Smith’s Bone; Marilyn Manson; VF = $8.00);

FLUX – the Comic & Video Game magazine (HARRIS Pub; 1995; SECOND Series – COMIC Sized);

#1 (1995; Vampirella, SHI & Lady Death-c by TUCCI; Neil Gaiman, Gen 13, Top 100 video Games, Mortal Combat 3, Anime A-Z, Girls of Baywatch, Destructive Pranks; VG/FN $8.00; ANOTHER COPY = ASK);

#2 (1995; HELLBOY and ASH-c; Interviews with; Mignola, Quesada & Palmiotti; Plus; John BYRNE, Jurgens & Bisley; VF = $9.00);

FOCAL POINT (Magazine;) #7(June/70),12-16;

FOCUS ON JACK COLE (Softcover Trade Paperback, Fantagraphics Pub., March/86) #NN;


FOCUS ON JOHN BYRNE (Trade Paperback; Fantagraphics Pub.; Pro-Fanzine/Magazine 1984; Byrne interview, Cover, Art & Checklist; Weight= 200 Grams; 68 pages; ASK);

FOGEL'S UNDERGROUND COMIX PRICE GUIDE THE FIRST SUPPLEMENT ( Pub.; Hippy Comix Inc; 2010) - #NN;

FOOEY - World's Craziest Magazine (Magazine;, Scoff Pub. Co.; Part Photo & Part illustrated cover on all;

Text, Photo & Cartoons humor Parody Satire Spoof magazine; Charles Morten-c/a; Man in Drag photo's)

#1(February/1961; VG/FN = $22 ; VG=$18);

#3(April/1961; Avoid Oversexed Women; Bertha Bulge Body Building; FN/VF, but Purple Distributor's ink on spine, thus VG $18);

#4(May/1961; Space Ship & Alien-c; 2 Page Little Orphan Annie parody by Jerry SIEGEL; Foo Loo Chinese Detective; Beatniks; Palmystery; Agatha Ghastly School of Charm; Yiggy a Poggie from Wog Photo Text Alien-c/s; Overall G, but TITLE Off = 2/3 Cover, & 1/8th Page Panel cut out & missing $6);

#4(May/1961; Space Ship & Alien-c; 2 Page Little Orphan Annie parody by Jerry SIEGEL; Foo Loo Chinese Detective; Beatniks; Palmystery; Agatha Ghastly School of Charm; Yiggy a Poggie from Wog Photo Text Alien-c/s; Overall VG, but TITLE Off = 2/3 Cover $9);


FOREIGN COMIC REVIEWS ( Pub. Det Lille Forlag; Demark) -

1973 -- #1(Jan -- March; Broken Down by Country); #2(April -- July); #3(No Month);


THE FOOT SOLDIERS (Ait/Planet Lar; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume One (February/2001); Volume Two (September/2001); Volume Three – The Spokesman (September/2002);

FORBIDDEN PLANET; THE SAGA OF THE KRELL (Innovation 1993; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

THE FOREVER WAR by JOE HALDEMAN (NBM; 1990; Softcover Trade Paperback) - #1,2,3;

FORGE (Crossgen Pub.; Trade Paperbacks) - #1(May/ 2002); #2(June/ 2002); #3(July 2002), #4(August/ 2002); #6(October/ 2002); #7(November 2002); #8 (December/ 2002); #9 (1/ 2003); #10(February/ 2003); #11(March/ 2003); #13(May/ 2003);

FORGETLESS (Image Comics October/2010; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

FORGOTTEN REALMS: THE FORBIDDEN SANDS OF ANAUROCH (Hardcover, 21st Century Comics, 2000) #1,2;


FOR LAUGHTING OUT LOUD (Dell, Winter/1956; B&W Adult/Girlie Cartoons Magazine) - #1-3,5-8,10-14, 16-20,22-28,32,34;


FORTUNE'S FRIENDS (Softcover Trade Paperback, Starblaze/Donning, 1986) #NN;

FORTUNE'S FRIENDS PREVIEW (Softcover Trade Paperback,Giveaway,Starblaze/Donning, 1986) #NN;

FOUR COLOR COMICS CATALOG (Magazine;, 1995) #NN;

FOUR COLOR COMICS CATALOG - NN(2000);

FOUR COLOR MAGAZINE (Magazine;, Paragon Q Pub., Nov-Dec/1986) #1-5;

4-D 1 (Magazine;, 4-D Pub., Circa 1975) #1;

THE 4-FISTED MISADVENTURES OF TUG AND BUSTER (Image Pub.; 1998; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #1;


FOX COMICS (Magazine;, Fantagraphics Pub.) #14(Nov-Dec/86), 24,27;

FOX COMICS SPECIAL (Magazine;, Fantagraphics Pub., July/89) #1;

FRAN AN' MABEL (Magazine;, Edward Zolna Inc., 1/88) #1,2;

FRANKENSTEIN MOBSTER (IDW Pub.; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 – Made Man (October/2009);



FRAZETTA, FRANK - CAPTAIN GEORGE PRESENTS (Magazine;, Memory Lane Pub., Circa 1970's) #38,39;

FRAZETTA, FRANK - CATALOG #3 (Fantastic Art of Frank Frazetta; 1989; 20 pages; Slick Color Catalog of FRAZETTA Posters; Depicts approx 125 posters in color;

VF $10);

FRAZETTA, FRANK - THE COMIC STRIP FRAZETTA (Magazine;, Pure Imagination Pub., Circa 1980's);

FRAZETTA, FRANK - Famous Funnies Pinup Set (B&W; Circa Mid 1970's; SET of 5 different 11"x17" Folded Prints; includes the classic BUCK ROGERS covers from Famous Funnies #209-213; VF+ = $12);

FRAZETTA, FRANK -The Fantastic Art of (1975; Peacock Press/ Bantam) #NN;

FRAZETTA, FRANK - FRANK FRAZETTA FANTASY ILLUSTRATED (Magazine;, Quatum Cat Entertainment Pub.) #1(Spring/98), #2(Summer/98), #3(Fall 1998), #4(Winter; 1998); #5(March 1999), #6(May;1999; 2 2 different covers); #7(June 1999), #8(September 1999);

FRAZETTA, FRANK - JOHNNY COMET (Magazine;, Limited to 1000 comics, July/67, GCNCS) #1;

FRAZETTA, FRANK - JOHNNY COMET (Magazine;, Unknown? Pub., Circa 60's);


FRAZETTA, FRANK - THE SENSUOUS FRAZETTA (Fanzine/Magazine; Private Press, no publisher Listed; Circa 1970; 28 pages including Covers; COLLECTS the RARE B&W illustrations from the three RARE "Midwood" Paperbacks; (1) Perfumed / Pampered by Jason Hytes & Kimberly Kemp; (2) The Wild Week/Imitation Lovers by Jason Hytes & March Hastings; (3) Bad By Choice/ Dangerous Age by Jason Hytes & Joan Ellis; ** NUDE GGA / Good Girl Art; RARE


FRAZETTA, FRANK - THUNDA IN (FANTASTIC EXPLOITS #20) (Magazine;, SFCA, Circa 70's);


FRAZETTA, FRANK - TREASURY (Unauthorized? Fanzine/Magazine; Private Press, no publisher Listed; Circa 1975; INTERVIEW with Frazetta; 8-1/2" x 11"; Biography, Index, Portfolio & Art; 52 pages);


FRAZETTA, FRANK - WHITE INDIAN (Magazine;, Comic and Crypt #7, C&C Pub., 1972);

FREAKS' AMOUR (Dark Horse Books May/2013; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

FREDERICK AND ELOISE (A Love Story, Softcover Trade Paperback, Fantagraphics, 1993) #NN;

FRED THE POSSESSED FLOWER; TO HELL IN A FLOWER BASKET (Happy Predator Publications 2000; softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

FRENCH CARTOONS AND CUTIES ( Adult Girlie Cartoons; Pub. Condor Pub. Co.); - 1964 - #36(July); 37(August);

FRENZY (Magazine; Bimfort Magazine; Inc., 4/1958-3/1959; 44 pages; B&W Comics Humor/Parody/Satire/Spoof Magazine; Weight for Postage = 80 Grams each)

Volume-1 #1 (April/1958; Scarce; VG/FN = $40)

Volume-1 #3 (8-9/1958; States #5678 inside; WESTERN-c by Hayle; Elvis Presley in the Army parody; Gunsmoke satire; Frankenstein/Monsters spoof; FA/G = $9);

Volume-1 #4 (11/1958; States #5679 inside; Football-c by Hayle; Elvis Presley in the Army with Sgt Wilco parody; Frankenstein spoof; Monsters satire; 2000 AD; G/VG=$16; FA/G=$10);

#5,6,7,9;


FRICTION (Magazine;, Under Cover Ambiguity Pub.) #2(Summer/Winter/92);

FRIENDS OF LULU SUGGESTS (Magazine;, Diamond Comics Dist., February/97) #1;

FROM BEYOND THE DARK GATEWAY (Magazine;, Silver Scarab Pub., Apr-May/72) #1;

FROM AN ULTIMATE DIM THULE (Softcover Trade Paperback, Autographed, Ferret Fantasy Ltd., 1973) #NN;



FUDDLE DUDDLE - the Hasard of the Common People (JRD Publishing Co; B&W Comics Spoof / Parody / Satire Humor magazine;

of Prime Minister Pierre Elliot & Maggie Trudeau & Canadian Politics; 25, 30 & 50 cents cover prices; Stanley R. Berneche Comics/Cartoon art in all);

#1 (1971;"Souvenir 1st issue"; "Hansard of the Common People"; 32 pages including covers; Maggie & Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau cover & story; Scarce; FN+, 6.5 = $59.00);

#2 (197172; 32 pages; NPD Western-c; "How the West was Won - The Lewis Saga"; William Jeffries-s; Peter Evans-s; FN/VF, 7.0 = $49.00) ;

#3 (1971/72; 32 pages; Stanley Berneche-a; First Appearance of Wilmer Freemish; "the Quest"-s; Richard NIXON Back cover; VF, 8.0 =  $49.00);

#4 (1971/72; 52 pages; Dave Morris-s/a; Mark Lloyd-s/a; Bob Prescott-s/a; Stanley Berneche-c/a; Robert Stanfield leader of PC's; Peter Evans-s/a; Second appearance of Wilmer Freemish; Richard Nixon & Spiro Agnew story; FIRST appearance of CAPTAIN CANADA = 10 page story, Evans story with Berneche art; CAPTAIN CANADA Back Cover; VF minus, 7.5 = $59.00);

#5 (1971/72; 52 pages; CAPTAIN CANADA Cover; SECOND appearance of CAPTAIN CANADA  = 12 page story, Evans story with Berneche art;  Nudity; Dave Morris-s/a; Mark Lloyd-s/a; Nixon parody; Tricky-Dicky invades Canada; Canadian Identity parody by Peter Evans-s & Yankee Rose-a; High in the North = Yankee Rose-s/a; Dark Time Freak-s; VF, 8.0 = $59.00; ANOTHER COPY = ASK);

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FUJIN MAGAZINE ( Pub. Coamix Inc.) - #0(2002);

FULL COLOR (Image Comics 2007; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

FUN COMICS (BILL BLACK'S) (Magazine;, Paragon Pub; B&W Comics Mag) #2 (40 pages; 1981; Stuntman-c/s; Salute to Simon & Kirby by Bill Black; Rog-2000 back-c by John Byrne; VF $18);

FUN COMICS (BILL BLACKS) (Magazine;, Paragon Pub.) #3;

FUNNY HALF HOUR (Top Sellers Ltd.; B&W Adult/Girlie Cartoons Magazine; UK/British)

#31(Ward & Wenzel-a; Circa early 1970's?) ; #121(1975), #153, #235, #279; #313;

FUNNY STUFF (Magazine;, Page One Pub and Bookworks Inc., December/95) #1;

FUNNYWORLD (Magazine;; 1973) - #15, 16(Carl Barks issue), 17(Cover art by Chuck Jones of Bugs Bunny & Friends), 18(Jungle Book), #21; , 22(A portfolio of artwork from unfinished films);

FUTURA (formerly Komikollector; Fanzine/Magazine/Adzine; Danny Cassidy Pub; FL, USA);

#7 (12/1965; FIRST issue with NEW Title; stated Print Run of 1000 copies; SUPERMAN cover by Cady; AD's by Howard Rogofsky & Claude Held; FN = $79.00);

FUTURE DAY by GENE DAY (Flying Buttress; 1979; hardcover; Lettering by Dave Sim);

Future Gold (New Media Pub; Magazine of Comics Nostalgia & investment; Weight for Postage = 125 Grams each);

Volume-1 #7 (12/1980; Bil Keane & the Family Circus; Carl BARKS; Crime comics; Pirate comics; Topix comics; Wahrwolfe comic strip; FN/VF=$10; VG/FN=$6);

Volume-2 #1 (1981; Jay Disbrow "Jayson" cover issue with color cover; Contains Jay Disbrow's Lance Carrigan of the Galactic Legion; Pogo & Walt Kelly; Dr Wertham; Dellinges' redrawn Joe Kubert; 24pgs Katy Keene by Bill Woggon; GA Superman; Blondie; VF=$12; FN/VF=$10; FN=$8; VG=$5);


FUTUREKIDS: THE INTERNET EXPEDITION ( Pub. Ziff-Davis) - #NN (TPB; 1995);

THE FUTURIANS (Eternity Comics 1987; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume Two;

---- G ----

GAG (Magazine;, Harrier Comics Pub., 1987) #4-6;

GAGS ( Pub. Triangle Pub. Inc) - 1951(March);

GALAXIA MAGAZINE (Magazine;, Astral Comics Pub., 1981) #1;

GALAXY EXPRESS 999 (Viz Comics Pub.; June/2000; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - Volume 3;

GALLEGO; BLAS-SKETCHBOOK - FLESH AND FIRE Vol. I (Softcover Trade Paperback; SQP Inc.) #1(1995);

GAMUT '76 Edition (B&W Comics Magazine. 52 pages; Sheridan College Pub.; Oakville, Ontario, Canada; SF, Horror, Superhero & War comics)

#NN (1976. wraparound SPIRIT, Sheena & Uncle Sam cover by EISNER; Captain Justice-s, by Bob Smith; "Protector 90" comics = Art by T.Bilinsky;"The Bitter Half' comics = Dan Nosella-a; "Craving for Flesh" comics-s; "Max Factor" comics-s = Vollmar-a; "Twin Death" comics-s = Charkas-a;FN+=$15; VF=$20);



GARCO SYSTEMS Presents - The illustrated COMIC ART WORKSHOP Volume #1: The Basics by Dick Giordano, Frank Mclaughlin, & John Romita Sr; (ISBN #0941590003; Garco Systems Pub; Trade Paperback Magazine; 52 pages including covers; Stiff Covers; VG $15);


GARFIELD MAGAZINE (Magazine;, Welsh Pub. Group, Spring/92) #NN;

GARFIELD'S TALES OF MYSTERY (Mag, Squarebound, Grosset & Dunlap Pub., 1991) #NN;


GARTH (Titan Books; Jim Edgar-s; Frank Bellamy-a; TPB / Trade Paperback Graphic Novel); - Book One: One Cloud of Balthus; /// Book Two: The Women Of Galba

GARY DOLGOFF COMICS 2004 CATALOGUE ( Pub. Gary Dolgoff);

GARTH (Softcover Trade Paperback, Titan Books Pub.) #1(The Cloud of Balthus); 2(August/85);

GARY GROTH'S FANTASTIC ADZINE (Magazine;, Gary Groth Pub., 1970) #1;

GARY AND AL-HOW TO DRAW FANTASY ART (Softcover Trade Paperback; Solson Books) #NN(1997; 1 copy signed 25 of 500);

GARY AND AL PRESENT – HOW TO DRAW FETISH ART; THE ULTIMATE IN SENSUALITY (1999 Solson Books) - #NN

GAS (Tristar pub. U.K.) - 1989 (vol.1 #3); ((vol. #4);

*** 1990 (vol.2 #1); (vol.2 #3); (vol.2 #5); (vol.2 #9); (vol.2 #10); (vol.2 #11); (vol.2 #12); (vol.3 #1); (vol.3 #2); (vol3 #3);

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GASM (B&W / COLOR ADULT Science Fiction, Horror & Fantasy Comics Magazine; Stories, Layout & Press Inc, November/1977-June/1978; NUDITY & Sex; NO Comics Code; Circulated by CURTIS; Myron & Irving Fass publishers)
#1 (11/1977; 12 page Color section = Mark Wheatley-s/a; Gene Day-s/a; Letters by DAVE SIM; Workman-a; Charles Dixon-a; SCARCE);

#2 (12/1977; 16 pages in Color; Mark Wheatley-s/a; Gary Winnick-s/a; Girl Named SEXX = Workman-a; Charles Dixon-a; 6pgs Matt Howarth-s/a; Nymphs-s by FredBobb; SCARCE; NOT Listed in Overstreet);
#NN (#3, 2/1978; 16 pages in Color; Hickman-c; Don Lomax-s/a; NAZI SF-s = Gene Day-s/a; Charles Dixon-s/a; BJ Butterfly = Workman-s/a; Frank Cirocco-a; Terminal Geeks-s by Goodman & Sonntag; Mark Wheatley-s/a; Uncommon);
#NN (#4, 4/1978; 16 pages in Color; Gene Day-s/a; Don Lomax-s/a; Mark Wheatley-a; 2 x Richard CORBEN-s/a = 21 pages total; 9 pages ZEN Comics = 1st Pro published Art by Jim / James O'Barr of CROW Fame ?? = Looks like a cross between Crow & Kiss; Workman-a; Uncommon);

#NN (#5, 6/1978; 16 pages in Color; Don Lomax-s/a; Mark Wheatley-s/a; Gene Day-s/a; Gary Winnick-s/a; Marc Hempel-a; 4pgs Howarth-s/a; 16 pages Richard CORBEN-s/a; SCARCE Last issue);

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GATE OF IVREL (Magazine;, Fancheristics Pub., 1985) #1;

GATE OF IVREL; CLAIMING RITES (Softcover Trade Paperback, Starblaze/Donning Pub., 1987) #NN;


GATES OF EDEN (Magazine;, Fantaco Pub., Slick Adult B&W Magazine; 52 pages)

#1 (1982; Comic Anthology; Mile Kaluta-c; '69 by Jeff JONES; Doctor Feelgood by Foolbert Sturgeon; Also includes art by; Leialoha, Micheal T. Gilbert, Trina Robbins, Fred Hembeck, Foolbert Sturgeon, Lee Mars, P. Craig Russell, Rick Geary, Kim Seitch, Spain, Sharon Rudahl, Gary Gallgren & John Caldwell; Back cover by Rick Griffin; Inside Covers by John Byrne & Jim Starlin; FN = $10.00);

THE GAZETTE ADVERTISER (Newspaper; Street Enterprises) – 1973 (# 1 May)

GENESIS: THE #1 COLLECTION: WILDSTORM ARCHIVES (Image/ Wildstorm Pub.; 1998; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

GENTLEMAN JIM, by Raymond Briggs (Color Comics Hardcover, Graphic Novel, Hamish Hamilton Pub., 1980; UK/British) #NN (G/VG $9);

GEOBREEDERS BOOK ONE: PHANTOM PATROL (CPM Manga 2000; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

GEOFFREY'S COMICS CATALOG (Magazine;) #10(June/97);

GEORGE (Magazine;, Second Suicide Pub., 1971) #1-9;

THE GEAORGE PEREZ NEWSLETTER (Tony Lorenz Productions; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume 1 #3 – Spotlight on Crimson Plague (Spring/2002);

G-FAN (Magazine;, Daikaiju Ent. Pub.) #10(July-Aug/94), 22;

GHITA OF ALIZARR --- by Frank Thorne (Softcover Trade Paperback / Comics Graphic Novel)

#1 (9/1983; FIRST EDITION; Blue Dolphin Enterprises Pub; Approx 124 pages; Adults-Only graphic novel, sword and sorcery, similar to RED SONJA; PHOTO-c; Frank Thorne-a);

GHOST: BLACK OCTOBER (Dark Horse Comics January/1999; Softcover Trade Paperback); #NN;

GHOST; STORIES (Dark Horse Comics April/1995; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

GHOST IN THE SHELL (DHL Pub.; 1995; Softcover Trade Paperback ) - #NN;

GHOST PROJEKT (Oni Press; Hardcover Graphic Novel) Volume #1 (February/2011) #NN;

GHOST WORLD (Fantagraphics Pub.; Softcover Trade Paperbacks) - September 2001;


G.I. JOES HEADQUARTER'S QUARTERLY (Magazine;, Joe Bodnaschuk) #8(Fall/94);

G.I. JOE – A REAL AMERICAN HERO MAGAZINE (Magazine;, Telepictures Pub. Inc.) Volume-1 #1(Winter/1985); Volume-1 #2, Volume-2 #1;


GIL KANE'S SAVAGE (Magazine;, Fantagraphics Pub., 1982) #1;

GIORDANO, DICK: CHANGING COMICS, ONE DAY AT A TIME ( Pub, TwoMorrows; 2003) - #NN ( tpb);

GIRL HERO (High Drive Pub.; 1994) - #3,4;

GIRL SQUAD X (Fantaco; 1993; Magazine);


GJDRKZLXCBWQ COMICS #NN (Glenn Bray pub; 5"x7" B&W Gags, Cartoons & Comics; 36 pages; superb Basil Wolverton art; 1973; VF/NM $18);


GLAMOUR INTERNATIONAL (Glamour International Prod.; 1990) #16,18;

GLYPH (The Labor of Love Cooperative Pub.; 1997) - #3;#NN (1996; front cover Mike Kaluta);

GOBOTS MAGAZINE (Magazine;, Telepictures Pub. Inc., 1985) #1;

GO BOY 7 (Dark Horse Books/ Rocket Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 – Ready Set Go ! (April/2004);

GODCHILD (Viz Media/Shojo Beat Manga Edition; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #4 (February/2007);

GOD'S BOSOM AND OTHER STORIES: THE HISTORICAL STRIPS OF JACK JACKSON (Fantagraphics; May/1995; Softcover Trade Paperback);

THE GODS FROM OUTER SPACE (Erich Von Daniken; Atlantis, Men & Monsters; Methuen Pub.; 1979) - #NN;

THE GODS FROM OUTER SPACE (Erich Von Daniken): Descent in the Andes; Methuern Pub.; 1978) - #NN;

THE GODS FROM OUTER SPACE-DESCENT IN THE ANDES (Dell Pub.) #NN(October 1978);

THE GODS OF MOUNT OLYMPUS IN ANCIENT MYTHOLOGY ( Newspaper Pub. Quintessence Pub.; 1974) - Chapter One ( The Beginning of all Things); Chapter Two ( Zeus and Prometheus); Chapter Three ( Apollo and Artemis);

GODZILLA; GODZILLA (Dark Horse Comics May/1995; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

GODZILLA; AGE OF MONSTERS (Dark Horse Comics February/1998; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

GODZILLA – PAST PRESENT FUTURE (Dark Horse Comics March/1998; Softcover Trade Paperback) #NN;

GODZILLA – Saves America (Random House; 1996) - #NN (Hardcover; trade paperback);


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the GOLDEN AGE (1965-1970; classic Magazine/Fanzine; SFCA; Raymond Miller & G.B. Love; RBCC related)

#1 (Spring/1965; 40pgs; Ditto/Mimeograph; FLASH GORDON-c & Article; Girl Heroes of Timely pub; Raymond Miller; Capt Freedom pinup by Ronn Foss; Art by John Fantucchio; Superman script article by Phil Seuling; Crusaders = 11 page comics strip with early Alan Weiss-a; G.B. Love; Print Run = 750 Copies; SCARCE; SOLD OUT);

#2 (1966; 42pgs; Ditto/Mimeograph; Twilight & Snoopy from Clue comics-c/s; Biljo White-c; Young Allies pinup by Biljo White; Wings/Fiction House article by Raymond Miller; various GA Superheroes; 1965 NY ComicCon article by Tom Fagan; HULK pinup by Jim Jones; FN $29; ANOTHER COPY = ASK);

#3 (1968; 28pgs; Offset printing; Don Newton front & back-c & interior-a; Kurtzman, BLB collecting; Heroes of the Serials; 41 battles of Harvey Kurtzman article by Tom Fagan; Raymond Miller; FN/VF=$25; FN=$20; VG=$14);

#4 (Summer/1969; 32pgs; EC, Wood, Williamson, Jungle comics, L.C. Chesney; FRAZETTA Portfolio; Jim Jones & Don Newton-a; Spy Smasher CF pinup; 6 page GA Covers gallery; VG $14);

#5 (1969; Don Newton-c/a; 32pgs; Death of Heroes; Horror of EC, Ingels, Davis, Mosso-a; Top Notch comics; Flash Gordon; Catman CF pinup by Newton; Phantom pinup by Buckler; various GA Superheroes; Hawkman back-c by John Adkins Richardson; Blonde Phantom pinup; VF = $25);

#6 (1970; 32pgs; Batman & Vampire Girl pinup = early Bill Black-a; Famous Funnies, by Ken Mitchell, with Jim Jones-a; South American comics art; 3 page pinup galllery by R. Kline; FF pinup; Tyzor the Prehistoric Man comic front & back-c & 11 comics page-s by William Rinehart & Jim Alan; Fantastic Four CF pinup by John Adkins Richardson; VF $22);

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THE GOLDEN AGE ART OF JOE KUBERT (Fanzine; Cartoonews Pub., 1979) #2(Weight= 120 Grams; FN/VF=$18.00);

THE GOLDEN AGE COLLECTOR (Magazine;, Squarebound, SFCA);

#1 (circa 1971; Don Newton-c; Classic GA reprints; The Web from ZIP comics, Meteor Martin by Wolverton, , Steel Sterling from ZIP, Great Defender from Hit comics; 52 pages; VF $25);

#3 (1974; ASK!);


THE GOLDEN AGE OF COMICS (Magazine;, New Media Pub Inc, 1982; Don & Maggie Thompson)

#1 (All in Color for a Dime, GA Daredevil by Ron Goulart, Walt Kelly, Peter Wheat, Capt Marvel, Little Wise Guys; 84pgs; VF$10; VG$5);

#2 (Will Eisner interview & Spirit; 84pgs; Mask of Fu Manchu by Wood; Fighting Yank'; FN+$9; VG$5);

#3 (84pgs; Simon & KIRBY; Blue Bolt, Seamna, Sy Wheeler by Kelly, obscure GA heroes, Twister by Guistavson, Wolverton, Meteor Martin & Spacehawk by Wolverton, Solar Legion, Ziff-Davis Cover Gallery; VG $5);

#4 (Frazetta, Silver Streak-s by Jack Colee, Dr Fate, GA of MLJ, Air Boy, Pogo, Magno; GVG $4);

#6 (November/83; Kirby, Ajax the Sunman, Lars of Mars, Crusader from Mars, Pogo, Death Ship by Disbrow; FVF $7);

Special Summer/1982 issue (68pgs; Katy Keene, Mac Raboy, Green Lama, Skyman, Looey Lazybones by Frazetta; VG+ $7);


THE GOLDEN AGE OF COMIC BOOKS 1937 – 1945 by RICHARD O'BRIEN (Ballantine Books; April/1977; Softcover Trade Paperback);


GOLDEN FUNNIES (Newspaper, Dynapubs Pub., Circa Late 60's) #1-9,11-15;

GOLDFISH: THE DEFINITIVE COLLECTION (Image Comics 2001; Softcover Trade Paperbacks) #NN;

GOLLY ! (Image Comics; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #1 – Catching Hell (2011);

GOOD HUMOR (Capitol Stories Inc.) - 1954-55 (Late Winter; with 16-pages of pin-ups);

GOODMAN BEAVER by Kurtzman, Harvey; Elder, Will (Kitchen Sink; 1984; Hardcover);

THE GOON (Dark Horse Books; Softcover Trade Paperback) Volume #8 – Those That is Damned (July/2009);


GOOSE (Cousins/ FawcettPub., 9-12/1976;MAD & National Lampoon immatator; ADULT Humor /Parody/

Spoof Magazine; ** Comics, Cartoons,illustrations & Jokes; Lots of Nudity in all; 52 pages; B&W);

>> Weight for Postage= 100 Grams each;

#1(September/1976; Alvaro Girlie cartoons; 1pg Hagar-s; Classic Movies & Horror Monsters-s = Frankenstein,Wolfman, Jekyl & Hyde, etc; Nursery Rhymes; Idioms; Dirty Old Man; Mooning; Insecurity; Leave your Lover; Answer then Question; TV's Mary Hartman; FN=$12; VG=$9);


#2(10/1976; FONZ-c & Happy Days-s; Lone Ranger-s; Howard Hughes Will; Transcendental Fornication; Goose view of Hollywood; Vibrators; Baseball centerfold; They'll do it every night;; 1pg Orphan Annie; FN+=$15; VG/FN=$10;G=$7);


#3(12/1976; SCARCE; Wonder Woman-s; King Kong-s; Six Million Dollar Man-s; World's Longest Dong; Color Disney World parody poster on inside covers; 1pg Beetle Bailey-s; Sex in Sports; Times have changed; Presidential Sex-Ploits, with Bondage, whipping, branding & 18 Presidents including Lincoln, Ike, JFK, Nixon; Kinky Sex in Mother Goose; G/VG=$10);


THE GORBLIMEY PRESS CATALOG 1975/76 A RETROSPECTIVE; (Fanzine/Magazine Gorblimey Press Pub., 1976) #NN(Barry Windsor-Smith cover & art; Weight= 100 Grams; VF=$30.00);


GORE SHRIEK DELECTUS (Softcover Trade Paperback, Fantaco Ent. Inc., 1989; Weight = 260 Grams) -  ISBN #0-938782-11-8 (SCARCE; VF, 8.0 = $25.00); 


GOING WITH THE FLOW (Softcover Trade paperback; Bill baker Presents pub) -Ron Garney on creating art and storytelling VF $10.00;


GOITH-ICKY - A MACABRE MENAGERIE OF MORBID MONSTROSITIES (Pop Ink; Harry N Abrams Inc; Color Art book; Softcover Trade paperback) by Charles S Anderson VF =$8.00


GOTHIC STORIES (Dell Publishing Co.; 76 Pages; B&W; TEXT stories with Painted illustrations inside; Preceded the Seaboard Gothic Title by over 3 Years)
#6(September/1971; Gothic Painted-c; Stories by; Jean Francis Webb, Clarissa Ross, Dorothy Eden, Richard Posner; RARE; G = $22);


GRAND ADVENTURE by Philip Jose Farmer - (SF - Softcover Trade paperback; Scarcer edition with Mike Kaluta illustrations; VG =$15);


GRAPHIC (Magazine;, Fantac Ent., 1990) #1;


GRAPHIC GALLERYCatalog of Original Art For Sale (Camelot; Russ Cochrane; HIGH QUALITY Fanzine Loaded with the Original Art of CARL BARKS, FRANK FRAZETTA, Hal Foster, Alex Raymond, Herriman, Segar, Hogarth, Eisner, Caniff, Joe Shuster, Al Capp, EC Artists, Pulp Artists & Many more IMPORTANT Artists; A MUST habe Fanzine for any serious Original Art collector; See the 1970’s Marketplace; HEAVILY ILLUSTRATED; 52-72 pages; On the current marketplace these pieces would be worth many Millions of Dollars)

#8 (1976; Silly Symphonies covers; Weight = 240 Grams; VF, 8.0 = $18);

#9 (1976; ALEX RAYMOND’s First FLASH GORDON Original-c; Manitoba; Weight = 240 Grams; VF/NM, 9.0 = $24);

#10 (1977; CARL BARKS PAINTED covers; Scrooge & Donald Flying Carpet-c; Donald in Armour & Kids Ice Fort back-c; Weight = 220 Grams; VF, 8.0 = $22);

#11 (1977; CARL BARKS PAINTED covers; Old King Cole-c; Donald riding Bull back-c; Weight = 240 Grams;