Profile of Bernie Wrightson by Bruce Jones, profile of John Stanley by Don Phelps, auto-bio by Frank Thorne, article about the annual costume parade by Jim Burns.
Interview with Joe Staton, indepth review of Superman: The Movie.
Roughly 8¼ × 10¾"
Other artists: Klinger (first name unknown), T. Herzog and Daly (first name unknown; Sam de la Rosa?).
Some writers/artists listed above were in the issue's list of contributors but may not be credited by the piece. It's a bit perplexing as some of the artists I can't match to art.
United Fanzine Organization memberzine.
Numbered edition of 500.
Published by Mitch O'Connell?
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Contents include: "Prehistoric Supermen" article; Elric of Melnibone art by Gaughan; dadaesque comics by Dave Buck utilizing Marvel Comics-style imagery; and more.
Plus letters from Harvey Kurtzman, Ted White, Mae Strelkov, Ray Nelson, Jack Gaughan, and others.
Science fiction fanzine. Contents include: a beautiful four-page comic (begun on the cover and starring contributors) by Ross Chamberlain; more artwork by Joe Staton and others; commentary on fanzines of the past (Stellar and Void); NYCon 3 trip article; some discussion of the effect the Batman TV show might have on fandom and pop culture; fanzine reviews; letters from Steve Stiles and others; more.
Science fiction fanzine. Contents include: a beautiful six-page comic by Ross Chamberlain that begins on the cover and stars Jack Gaughan and others; "Non-Con Report" article by Robert Bloch (two pages); and art by Joe Staton, Steve Stiles, ATom (Arthur Thomson), Bjo Trimble, William Rotsler and others.
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