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Writers / Artists: Wayno

Pumpkin Head Comix

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Scottie's Bar coaster

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Promotional item for Wayno's Beer Nutz comic from Tundra.

4" diameter

Scratchface Doodlehead #2

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Signed/numbered "Cherry Edition" subset also exists.

Screamin Yellow Howies!!

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Skulless Optimisticomix

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Slam Bang Vol. 1, #20

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Cardstock cover

There may be more contributors than listed above.

Streamo

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No Way Secret Publication #1.

There's also a version without the above indicator on the cover.

Stuff #08

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Jab pub #148.

Offset, saddle-stitched. Some interior color.

Stuff #11

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Contents include a Star Wars-inspired board game design by John Howard, a 10-page story by Steve Willis and some of Edward Bolman's "Soonday Moonday" alphabet.

Cameo appearances by Pogo and Tadpole (from Gnatrat).

Two-color cover, some interior color.

Stuff #12

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Offset, saddle-stitched. Two-color cover, some interior color.

Stuff #16

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Two-color covers.

There may be more contributors than listed above.

Stuff #17

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Two-color covers.

Stuff #18

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Two-color covers.

Jabberwocky publication #219.

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