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Squa Tront (1967) comic books

  • #1, 1st Printing
    Squa Tront (1967) #1, 1st Printing
    Squa Tront (1967) #1, 1st Printing
    Published Jul 1967 by Jerry Weist.

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    1st printing (side stapled). Squa Tront is the most famous of the EC fanzines. This issue features: The New Flash Gordon by J. Weist, Al Williamson & Reed Crandall ; Graham Ingles by Roger Hill ; Exposed by J. Weist, Rick Showaltor & Bob Barrett ; the E.C. Annual Portfolio ; the Frazetta Collector by Bob Barrett & An E.C. Fandom by Jerry West! Partial color, magazine-sized. NOTE: 1st and 2nd Printings on these items are notoriously difficult to discern, and just because the issue says "1st Printing" it could be either a first or second print. 1st printings are side-stapled, with the cover stapled on as well. 2nd printings are wholly saddle-stitched. Cover price $0.75.

  • #1, 2nd Printing
    Squa Tront (1967) #1, 2nd Printing
    Squa Tront (1967) #1, 2nd Printing
    Published 1967 (est.) by Jerry Weist.

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    Second printing (saddle stapled with a $.75 cover price). Squa Tront is the most famous of the EC fanzines. This issue features: The New Flash Gordon by J. Weist, Al Williamson & Reed Crandall ; Graham Ingles by Roger Hill ; Exposed by J. Weist, Rick Showaltor & Bob Barrett ; the E.C. Annual Portfolio ; the Frazetta Collector by Bob Barrett & An E.C. Fandom by Jerry West! Partial color, magazine-sized. NOTE: 1st and 2nd Printings on these items are notoriously difficult to discern, and just because the issue says "1st Printing" it could be either a first or second print. 1st printings are side-stapled, with the cover stapled on as well. 2nd printings are wholly saddle-stitched. Cover price $0.75.

  • #1, 3rd Printing
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    Squa Tront (1967) #1, 3rd Printing
    Published 1968 (est.) by Jerry Weist.

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    3rd Printing - $1.50 cover price. Squa Tront is the most famous of the EC fanzines. This issue features: The New Flash Gordon by J. Weist, Al Williamson & Reed Crandall ; Graham Ingles by Roger Hill ; Exposed by J. Weist, Rick Showaltor & Bob Barrett ; the E.C. Annual Portfolio ; the Frazetta Collector by Bob Barrett & An E.C. Fandom by Jerry West! Partial color, magazine-sized.NOTE: 1st and 2nd Printings on these items are notoriously difficult to discern. 1st printings are side-stapled, with a saddle stitched cover. 2nd printings are wholly saddle-stitched. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #2
    Squa Tront (1967) 2

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    1st printing. Squa Tront is the most famous of the EC fanzines. 1st printings have a 75c cover price Cover price $0.75.

  • #2, 2nd Printing
    Squa Tront (1967) #2, 2nd Printing
    Squa Tront (1967) #2, 2nd Printing
    Published 1967 by Jerry Weist.
    • Staple rust.

    2nd printing - Squa Tront is the most famous of the EC fanzines. NOTE: 1st printings of issue 2 have a $0.75 cover price. 2nd printings do not have a cove price listed.

  • #3, 1st Printing
    Squa Tront (1967) #3, 1st Printing
    Squa Tront (1967) #3, 1st Printing
    Published 1969 by Jerry Weist.

    1st printing. Squa Tront is the most famous of the EC fanzines. Front Cover by Al Feldstein. Back Cover by Reed Crandall. In issue #3: "EC Science Fiction Comics," by Jerry Weist. Illustrated by George Metzger and Al Williamson. "The Frazetta Collector: The Trip," by Bob Barrett, illustrated with many sketches and photos, including an unpublished newspaper strip (see scan of one sample of many). Nick Meglin on the Fleagles, with photos. Reed Crandall art, sketches, tryout strips.George Evans and "The Flying Swifts," a tryout strip. Much more. Jerry Weist, Editor and Publisher. Bob Barrett, Co-Editor.

  • #3, 2nd Printing
    Squa Tront (1967) #3, 2nd Printing
    Squa Tront (1967) #3, 2nd Printing
    Published 1969 by Jerry Weist.
    • Staple rust. Rust migration.

    2nd printing, 2000 print run Al Feldstein cover. NOTE: In 1st printings the "Squa Tront" black title page bleeds through from the back side of the contents page and is a darker yellow color page than the 2nd printing.

  • #4, 1st Printing
    Squa Tront (1967) #4, 1st Printing
    Squa Tront (1967) #4, 1st Printing
    Published 1970 by Jerry Weist.

    1st printing. Squa Tront is the most famous of the EC fanzines. Front Cover by Graham Ingles. Back Cover by Harvey Kurtzman. In issue #4: "Kurtzman," by Jerry De Fuccio, with countless roughs, finishes, layouts, sketches, from "Hey, You!" to Frontline Combat, to Playboy's "Little Annie Fanny," to "Frankenstein" in Humbug, to...well, name it. "Slave Ship," the complete EC 7-page story by B. Krigstein in black-and-white. "Child of Tomorrow," the complete EC 8-page story by Reed Crandall in black-and-white. "Interview: Johnny Craig," by Roger Hill. Much, much, more. Jerry Weist, Editor and Publisher. Bob Barrett, Co-Editor.

  • #4, 2nd Printing
    Squa Tront (1967) #4, 2nd Printing
    Squa Tront (1967) #4, 2nd Printing
    Published 1970 by Jerry Weist.
    • Staple rust. Rust migration.

    2nd printing. Second printings are identified by the Glossy cover stock used in their production.

  • Issue #5
    Squa Tront (1967) 5
    • Staple rust.

    1st printing. Squa Tront is the most famous of the EC fanzines. Squa Tront #5 features art by Reed Crandall, Frank Frazetta, Al Williamson, Roy Kremkle and more. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #6
    Squa Tront (1967) 6
    Published 1975 by Jerry Weist.

    1st printing. Squa Tront is the most famous of the EC fanzines. Special Bernard Krigstein issue featuring a special 60 page monograph on one of comics' most original and controversial artists. In a revealing and profusely illustrated 28 page interview,Bernard Krigstein discusses his EC stories, movies, pop art, 3-D, unionizing comics, classic illustration, and more. Also featured is Krigstein's 9-page breakdown for The Red Badge of Courage. Plus a checklist of Krigstein's work. Also in this issue: An examination of "Master Race" by John Benson, David Kasakove and Art Spiegelman, B. Krigstein an Evaluation by Bhob Stewart and a Krigstein bibliography. 64 pages. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #7
    Squa Tront (1967) 7
    • Staple rust. Rust migration.

    1st printing. Squa Tront is the most famous of the EC fanzines. This 54-page issue includes a 16-page comic sized color insert called "Lucky Fights It Through" with art by Harvey Kurtzman. The main article this issue examines Roy Krenkel's work for Creepy. Original publication price was $4.00 Cover price $4.00.

  • Issue #8
    Squa Tront (1967) 8
    • Staple rust.

    1st printing. Squa Tront is the most famous of the EC fanzines. The main article this issue is a highly entertaining 24-page transcript of panel discussions from the 1972 EC convention with lots of photos of the talent that made EC great. Other features this issue include the artwork of Al Williamson and a Johnny Craig Cover Gallery. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #9
    Squa Tront (1967) 9

    1st printing. Squa Tront is the most famous of the EC fanzines. Cover price $11.95.

  • Issue #10
    Squa Tront (1967) 10
    Published 1995 by Jerry Weist.
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    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.43) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.44) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.46) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.14) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.

    1st printing. Squa Tront is the most famous of the EC fanzines. Cover price $7.95.

  • Issue #11
    Squa Tront (1967) 11

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  • Issue #12
    Squa Tront (1967) 12
    Published 2007 (est.) by Jerry Weist.

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    Issue #12 - Summer 2007. Cover by Johnny Craig, back cover by Harvey Kurtzman. Interview with Harvey Kurtzman and Harry Chester, interview with Lyle Stuart, interview with Jack Kamen, all illustrated profusely. 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 64 pages, black and white. Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #13
    Squa Tront (1967) 13
    Published 2012 by Jerry Weist.

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    Issue #13 - 2012. Cover by Harvey Kurtzman, back cover by Jack Davis. Article on Basil Wolverton, postcards with Marie Severin and Wally Wood art, Howard Nostrand interview, Flip #3 stories never before published, early Jack Davis portfolio and a lively letters column. 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 48 pages, partial color. Cover price $9.99.