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Writers / Artists: Brad W Foster

Bird Comics #7

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Bird-themed comics anthology. Contains a short-but-informative article, "A Brief History of Bird Comics and Ozone Press".

Cardstock covers

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Blast from the Past, A #1

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Collection of Brad Foster work from his high school days.

Blast from the Past, A #2

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Collection of Brad Foster work from his college days at Texas A&M including comic strips and posters for events and film screenings.

Appearances by William Shatner/Captain James T. Kirk, the USS Enterprise and the Marx Brothers.

Blast From the Past, A #3

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Blind Date Funnies

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Dallas Fantasy Fair Mini-Comics Workshop mini. Cover paper color actually kind of a fluorescent pink.

There may be more contributors than listed above.

Blotto Comics

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Collection of drawings made at the 1985 San Diego Comic-Con.

16 pages?

Boho Bros' Alphabet Soup Kitchen, The (2nd ed)

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Rhyming alphabet jam with Wayno and Edward Bolman trading off from panel to panel.

Full-color cover on coated stock. Cover by Wayno and colored by Brad W. Foster.

The 1st edition was published as a smaller mini-comic by Wayno.

Book of Art #09

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Signed/numbered edition of 100.

Bots

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Big magazine-format collection of robot artwork by Brad Foster. This includes mini-comics/zine covers, Mechthings pieces, con badges and lots more.

Roughly 8½ × 11"
Printed on semi-glossy stock

Brad W. Foster Checklist of Published Works from the 20th Century (1972-2000), The

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This is a massive catalog of every (or very nearly every, over 2,800 entries) Brad Foster appearance in print up until January 1, 2000. Sections include: Main Listing of Titles (A-Z), Jabberwocky Graphix Publications, Summary of Titles (sorted by date), Summary of Titles (sorted by editor) and Summary of Titles (non-US, sorted by country). There are also 70+ pages of Foster artwork.

Each entry in the main section includes title, issue, date, page count, dimensions, format, publisher, print run and other notes.

Compiled, edited and published by longtime mini-comics/fandom participant Steven Ogden.

Signed/numbered edition of 70 (including 67 comb-bound copies and 3 unbound).

New Spotted Zebra Press #10.

375+ pages
Comb-bound

Brain Freeze #6

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The "Slice of Life" issue.

Cover says March 2021, contents page/indicia says Winter 2021.

Edited by Jim Main.

United Fanzine Organization (UFO) memberzine.

Bug Eyed #1

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Great jam comix where each artist does a full page that continues from where the preceding artist left off.

Back cover appearance by Rat Fink and Junk Yard Kid.

Some copies had hand-colored covers (probably by Bors).

Captain Saucer #09

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Punk/newave-influenced retro/future sci-fi minicomic by Doug Holverson (Interstellar Overdrive, Fanboy).

This issue's got a fold-out Flexia Bast poster by Holverson and a Flexia pin-up by Brad W. Foster.

Two printings/editions: magazine and digest. I believe the magazine is the 1st.

1st printing?: magazine, 1984
2nd printing?: 5½ x 8½" digest

Captain Saucer #14

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Punk/newave-influenced retro/future sci-fi minicomic by Doug Holverson (Interstellar Overdrive, Fanboy).

A virtual archive of mini-comics, fanzines, small press comics, newave comix and related items. The physical archive, housed at PF headquarters, is being built with personal acquisitions as well as generous donations from supporters. This project is most definitely a work in progress.