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Super-Hero (Fanzine) comic books

  • Issue #2
    Super-Hero (Fanzine) 2

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    Spring 1963. Published by Mike Tuohey. Super-Hero was one of the earlier comic book fanzines. Issue #2 includes: cover art by Richard "Grass" Green; a Simon & Kirby checklist, Captain Cro-Magnon comic strip, article on Captain 3-D by Mike Tuohey, Comic Reader Extra with a red hot scoops, Thunderbird comic strip, Original art section, and more. Contributing writers to this issue are Ted White, Jerry Bails, Roy Thomas, Bilfo White, and Ken Tesar. Contributing artist are Richard Green, Mike Vosburg, Biljo White, Jerry Bails, Roy Thomas, Ken Tesar, Bill Ryan, Alan Weiss, Larry Kopf Jr, Tim Batterby, and Tom Hoffman. 32 pgs.

  • Issue #6
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    Published by Richard Buckler (who took over from Mike Tuohey), Super-Hero was one of the earlier comic book fanzines. Issue #6 includes: cover art by J. Montgomery Scott; a Thor and a Daredevil drawing by Buckler; a piece on the Bat-Craze by Hugh Surratt; Swimmer chapter two strip by Mickey Schwaberow; Gold Key Gab by Jeff Gelb; letters from Gary Brown and Larry Herndon; back cover art by Buckler; and more. 32 pgs. Spring, 1967. Print run: 100.

  • Issue #7
    Super-Hero (Fanzine) 7

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    Published by Richard Buckler (who took over from Mike Tuohey), Super-Hero was one of the earlier comic book fanzines. Issue #7 includes: cover art by James Montgomery Elliot; a feature on the re-birth of Captain America; by Buckler; B.L.U.N.D.E.R. Agents strip by Mickey Schwaberow and Rich Buckler (art) and Steve Perrin (script); a review of Silver Surfer #1; The Comic of Moth strip by Rich Buckler (story) and Sam Viviano (art); Sword of Dragons story by Chuck Robinson; and more. 32 pgs. Sept, 1968. Print run: 250.