Edd Vick interviews Steve Gallacci, "Why a Duck?" (36 cartoonists on why they deal in funny animals), Rowrbrazzle portfolio section, letter from James Pugh looking for fan artists.
Collection of "miscellaneous stray bunnygirl art" by William Earl Haskell.
All sheets except for one are printed on only one side (the page count above only includes pages with content).
Comb-bound, b&w interiors.
Some lettering by Susan Dorne.
Saddle-stitched, b&w interiors.
Some of the contents include: a two-page jam comic by George Erling and Craig Yoe, an eight-page Morty the Dog comic by Steve Willis
Characters appearing in art and comics include: Morty the Dog, Beanworld
Fewer than 50 copies usually printed (probably more like 25).
Centrail Mailer for this issue: George Erling
The copy in the photos with pencil markings is a proof copy.
The main feature was originally serialized in the "funny animal" APA Rowrbrazzle.
5½ × 7¼"
Publisher's description: "The Domesticated Afterlife follows two canine day laborers through their adventures in the service industry, incarceration, a magical feline fortress, and the underworld as they endeavor to answer the existential question, 'What do you get for the chicken who has everything?'"
Perfect bound book, b&w interiors.
Published in 1985?
I'm almost certain one drawing (page 10) is inked by Larry Blake but uncredited.
One drawing (page 3) is inked by "Brachman".
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