Some of the contents include: a Martin Greim-organized jam page by Infantino, Anderson, Buniak, Wrightson, Miller, Palmer, Ditko, Kida and Romita; a two-page Beatles-themed "solo jam" by Erling
Characters appearing in art and comics include: Jim Woodring's Manhog, Splash Brannigan, Thunderbunny, Adam Strange, Swamp Thing, Dr. Mid-Nite, Daredevil, Blue Beetle, Airboy, Emo Philips, William Shatner/Captain Kirk, DeForest Kelley/Bones, Nichelle Nichols/Lt. Uhura, Jay Leno, Jackie Chan, Eminem, Mike Tyson, John Fahey, Daria, They Might Be Giants, Brad Pitt, Prince Charles
Fewer than 50 copies usually printed (probably more like 25).
Centrail Mailer for this issue: Mark Campos
Characters appearing include: Flash, Captain America, Captain Marvel, Dr. Doom, Black Pirate, Spider-Man, Bouncing Boy (Legion of Super-Heroes), the Clown (Circus of Crime), Warlock, Nick Fury, Conan the Barbarian, Wonder Woman
Contents include: "James Bond Code 007" feature article with plenty of photos by Folo Watkins; "The Masque of Broom Hilda" interview with cartoonist Russell Myers by Lund; "UFO's & Aliens: Fact or Fiction" article by Richard G Balaam; "Reminiscences" column by Andrew J Offutt; "Fan Scope" interview of Raymond Miller by Lund; "The Ghastly Business of Dick Tracy's Villains" article by Shel Dorf; "Mole Man: Mad or Mistreated?" by Neal S Pozner; "Rachel Welch. The Cinema, Nudity & Sex: Dirty Words?" article by Gerry Clifford; poetry by Lund and Balaam; "What Gives?" column with fanzine plugs and comments by Lund; Ad for San Diego's Golden State Comic Con 1971; Letters from John McLaughlin, Andrew Offutt, Neal Pozner; Ad for Fantagor 1 with Richard Corben's Kansas City, Missouri address.
32 pages, offset, wraparound cover.
Publisher Will Lund notes: "Richard G. Balaam was a collective pseudonym used by a few fans involved with Comic Con at that time. I don't recall who wrote what, and sometimes it was more than one writer."
Special thanks to Aaron Caplan for the detailed info on contents and contributors.
Carmine Infantino issue, featuring a short interview with Infantino, and articles about Infantino’s work in the 40s, 50s, and 60s.
There may be more contributors than listed above.
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