Roy Thomas on DC in the '80s; origins of Alter-Ego; tributes; The 1964 Super Hero Calendar; Fawcett Collectors of America; more.
Contents include a Barbarella art portfolio and a letter from Fredric Wertham.
32 pages, offset, side-stapled.
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Joe Kubert issue, featuring articles about Kubert characters, and an interview with Kubert.
Characters in art include: Tor, Angel, Anthro, Hawkman, Buffalo Bill, Crimebuster, Viking Prince, Volton, Thor
Possibly one more contributor: Grant (?)
Wally Wood issue, featuring articles about Wood’s career, and a Wally Wood checklist.
Letters from Joe Kubert, Bob Cosgrove, and Duffy Vohland.
Characters in art include: Dynamo, Captain Science, Animen, Animan, Nudine, Daredevil, Radian, Captain Action, Captain America
This issue is all Flash Gordon. Contents include: indepth "Flash Gordon Films" article by Royer; articles on serials "Trip to Mars" and "Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe"; roundtable discussion between Royer, Sinnott, Greim and Tony Isabella; a four-page Flash Gordon comic by Greim and Black.
Characters in fan art include: Flash Gordon, Ming the Merciless, Azura
Special "Barbaric Issue". Contents include: interview with Frank Thorne; Conan fiction by Isabella; article on Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan; profile of artist Carlos Gimenez (Dani Futuro); 10-page Eclipse ama-hero strip by Foss; more.
Characters in fan art include: Conan the Barbarian, Tomahawk, Dani Futuro, Thor, Slam Bradley, Tarzan
There are two other artists I couldn't identify.
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