Omniverse (1977) comic books
Onniverse (1977) is a fanzine published by Alternity Enterprises and edited by Mark Gruenwald. 8.5 x 10.5; black and white; 40 pages. Articles: "Howard the Duck Never Read the Duckburg Chronicle," "Sizing Up the Micro Worlds" (discussing the Atom, Ant-Man, and others), book and comics reviews, "Reality Spotlight on the Flash," "Phenomenal Relationships Among DC's Reality Lines," and "Marvel Omnipotents and Omniversal Awareness." Writers include Frank Lovece, Dean Mullaney, Kim Thompson, and others. Illustrations by Willie Blybert, Rich Bruning, Dennis Jensen, Jerry Ordway, Neal Pozner, and others. Pete Poplaski cover. Cover price $1.50.
Omniverse (1979) is a fanzine published by Alternity Enterprises and edited by Mark Gruenwald. 8.5 x 10.5; black and white interiors; 48 pages. Articles: "The Source of Superman's Power," "Who Needs Comics When There Are Superheroes in Real Life?" "The Lives of Doctor Doom," "From Ragnarok to Apokolips" (by Mark Gurenwald), "Reality Spotlight: Avengers," "The Case of the Divergent Detective" (about Sherlock Holmes), comics reviews, and "Resurrection in the DC Multiverse." Writers include Peter Gillis, Frank Lovece, Rich Morrissey, Dean Mullaney, Kim Thompson, Edward Via, and others. Illustrations by Craig Anderson, Rich Bruning, Sam Dela Rosa, Dennis Jensen, and others. Back cover by Jerry Ordway. Cover price $2.00.