EC article illustrated with art by Wally Wood, Johnny Craig, Jack Davis, Graham Ingels, Al Feldstein, Harvey Kurtzman, Joe Orlando, and Will Elder. Notes from the Underground: remembrances of EC from numerous underground artists.
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Content includes some Everyman Studios reprints along with new material. This issue debuted at DINK in Denver, Colorado.
8½ x 11"
Full-color wraparound cover
- 28 pages
- digest-sized (5.5" x 8.5")
- colour cover/ B&W guts
What an incredible issue! First, Kayla "Monty Comix" Escobedo stuns with her vibrant & amazingly intricate front/ back covers. Then Underground Comix great, Skip "Bijou Funnies, Snappy Sammy Smoot" Williamson, opens with 'Marital Blitz', a brand new six-pager. Robin "Cinema Sewer" Bougie & Maxine "Maximum Superexcitement" Frank give you a taste of what they've got cooking for the upcoming Sleazy Slice #5 while Aaron "Mineshaft" Lange serves up a fresh new page for your viewing pleasure. Jay "JB's ComicStories" Bee & Hugh 'Shug' "Reet! Comic" Raine add a little sci-fi into the mix while New Jersey's favourite son, Hugo, shows off his expert delineation skills with a pair of densely detailed illos. Finally, crammed into wherever he can find a spot, are a few X-rated rib-ticklers from Dexter Cockburn.
Austin-area alternative comics/arts paper. Each issue is a pretty nice mix of comics, fine art, lowbrow and art brut.
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