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Comic books October 1972

  • Issue #1
    Jungle Action (1972 Marvel) 1
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #1335509002

    Cover art by John Buscema. All reprints. "Agu the Giant," script by Don Rico, art by Werner Roth (from Lorna, the Jungle Queen 1, July 1953); Lorna saves Agu from the warriors of Itibi. "The Trail of Sudden Death," script by Rico, art by Joe Maneely (from Jungle Action 1, October 1954); Tharn stops uranium smugglers with the help of the pygmy Matubi tribe and the bull elephant Gata . "Striped Fury," script by Rico, art by Syd Shores (from Jan of the Jungle 14, December 1956); Bazo, head of the zebra herd makes sure they don't get attacked by lions. "Double Danger," script by Rico, art by Jay Scott Pike (also from Jann of the Jungle 14); A Jann imposter tries to lead local tribes to war but Jann exposes her. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #3
    Jungle Twins (1972 Gold Key) 3

    "The Deadly Arena" with art by Paul Norris. Painted front cover. # on cover 90276-210 Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #102
    Justice League of America (1960 1st Series) 102

    Cover art by Nick Cardy. And One of Us Must Die!, script by Len Wein, pencils by Dick Dillin, inks by Joe Giella and Dick Giordano; As the JLA and JSA teams reunite in the present alongside the Seven Soldiers on Earth-2, the Hand makes his final move to destroy Earth-2 itself; In order to stop the nebulous hand about to crush Earth-Two, one of the heroes must deliver the Nebula-Rod into the heart of the menace, much like how Wing had sacrificed his life vs. the Nebula Man in the early 50's,as earlier revealed; Red Tornado makes the sacrifice and the Hand is captured, both teams victorious. 36 pgs. $0.20. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #163
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 163

    Cover pencils by Dick Ayers. Dakota Dixon, the Badman!, script by Stan Lee, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt's life is saved by a childhood companion that he thought was no good. The Outlaw and the Lady!, script by Stan Lee, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt saves a girl he fell in love with from the Apaches, but to dissuade her from following him he keeps her from knowing what he did and pretends not to love her. 36 pgs. $0.20. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #163NDS
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) National Diamond 163NDS

    National Diamond Sales Advertisement Insert Variant. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #48
    Korak Son of Tarzan (1964 Gold Key/DC) 48

    Cover by Joe Kubert. "Lord of Pal-Ul-Don," script by Len Wein, art by Frank Thorne; The Pal-ul-don Tribe have become slaves to a tyrant; He wants them to raid villages for treasures, and have it melted down in order for them to erect a huge, golden statue of his face. "Battle Cry!", script by Len Wein, art by Mike Kaluta; During a jog, Carson comes upon some thieves; He realizes that the thieves mean to harm a beautiful woman in the garden; He leaps into action believing he will startle the intruders, instead they turn to fight, with weapons in hand; Though out-numbered five-to-one, Carson battles them, but then retreats when he notices several Venusian warriors coming after the intruders too; Adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Pirates of Venus. 36 pgs., full color. $0.20. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #259
    Laugh Comics (1946 1st Series) 259
  • Issue #126
    Life with Archie (1958) 126

    Teen drama, Archie-style: A door-to-door salesman ties up the Lodges and robs their house; Archie dreams that he loves food as much as Jughead does. Stories and art by Frank Doyle, Dick Malmgren, and Stan Goldberg, plus Lil Jinx by Joe Edwards. 32 pages. Cover by Goldberg and Jon D'Agostino. Cover price $0.20. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #74
    Little Archie (1956) 74

    Monster of the Deep! Little Archie and the gang encounter a spectacularly terrifying monster at the beach; Betty and Veronica demonstrate their superior skills on the baseball field. Plus Lil Jinx by Joe Edwards. 48 pages. Cover price $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #43
    Little Dot's Uncles and Aunts (1961) 43
  • Issue #29
    Little Lotta in Foodland (1963) 29

    Last issue. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #124
    Locus (1968) 124
    Published Oct 1972 by Locus.

    Published by Charles Brown, Locus is a fanzine that reports on science fiction and fantasy writing. Issue #124 includes: L.A. Con news; Hugo voting; book notes; magazine reviews; industry news; and art by Bill Rotsler and Grant Canfield. 10 pgs. Oct 6, 1972.

  • Issue #125
    Locus (1968) 125
    Published Oct 1972 by Locus.

    Published by Charles Brown, Locus is a fanzine that reports on science fiction and fantasy writing. Issue #125 includes: industry news; magazine and book reviews; and art by George Barr, Grant Canfield, and Bill Rotsler. 10 pgs. Oct 27, 1972.

  • Issue #154
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 154

    Cover art by Norman Mingo. "The Cowkids," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Jack Davis; Parody of the film "The Cowboys"; a rancher, desperate for hands for a cattle drive, is forced to hire a group of school boys to replace his deserted crew. Cartoons in the margins by Sergio Aragones. "Mad's Ecology Mother Goose," script by M. S. Pinkham (plot) and Frank Jacobs, art by Paul Coker Jr.; Familiar nursery rhymes altered to reflect modern issues. "When Watching Television, You Can Be Sure of Seeing," script by Lou Silverstone, art by Angelo Torres; Examples of the predictability of television fare. "One Day at the Bullfights," script and art by Don Martin. "The Mad Car-Owners Hate Book," script and art by Al Jaffee. "Spy Vs. Spy" by Antonio Prohias. "The Mad Guide to Political Types," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge; Lists of stereotypical characteristics of various political factions. "The Lighter Side of Hang-Ups," script and art by Dave Berg; Examples of modern obsessions, phobias and compulsions. "The Television Yellow Pages 1972-73," script by Tom Koch, art by Jack Rickard, Jack Davis (uncredited), and Mort Drucker (uncredited); A section of the telephone company yellow pages with ads and listings for famous celebrities and the services they can provide. "The Cute Rook," script by Stan Hart, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "The Hot Rock," four incredibly cute cons are hired by a foreign agent to steal a precious jewel from a museum. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.40.

  • Issue #85
    Mad House Glads (1970-1974 Archie) 85

    "Strangely Enough," pencils by Stan Goldberg; Clyde gains the power of E.S.P. and has a vision of a young girl locked in a house; He goes to rescue her and finds her being kept against her will by a vampire, but when Clyde goes to report the vampire to the police, they tell him that the girl he rescued has been dead for five years. "On the Ball," art by Samm Schwartz; Clyde begins to worry that his hair is falling out and goes to great lengths to restore it. Archie Doll ad. "The Eyes Have It," script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; The gang busts up a hypnotist that has been hypnotizing his volunteers, including Fran and Dippy, into stealing things for him. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Vol. 43 #4
    Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (1949-Present Mercury Publications) Pulp Vol. 43 #4

    October 1972. Cover by David Hardy. Fantasy and science fiction stories: "The Animal Fair" by Alfred Bester, "And The Voice of the Turtle" by Sterling E. Lanier, "Thrumthing and Out" by Zenna Henderson, "Skinburn" by Philip Jose Farmer, "The Hoop" by Howard Fast, "The Lotus Eaters" by Fritz Leiber, "Strangers" by Harry Harrison and "Science: The Unlikely Twins" by Isaac Asimov. Book Reviews by Ron Goulart. Film review by Baird Searles. 5-in. x 7-in., black and white; 162 pages. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #33
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1963 Gold Key) 33

    Reprint of issue #21. Painted cover art by Vic Prezio. "Space Spectre," script and art by Russ Manning; Xyrkol and Noel team-up and create a robot powered by black magic. "The Aliens" starring Captain Johner, Rodg, and Zarz, script and art by Russ Manning. # on cover 90046-210 October #33 10/72. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #34
    Many Ghosts of Doctor Graves (1967) 34

    When my fingers touch your throat, when glowing eyes leer at you from the darkness, then you know you're in the house of the..."Ghostmaster"! The 8 page Dr. Graves story is drawn by Steve Ditko. Plus: 7 page Dr. Graves story "Prince of Evil" drawn by Leopoldo Duranona; 7 page Dr. Graves story "Join the Party!"; 1 page text story "The Corpse Is Still Alive." Cover by Steve Ditko. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #6
    Marvel Spotlight (1971 1st Series) 6
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    • Slab: Minor side edge cracks
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    • Only one staple (manufacturing).

    Cover art by Mike Ploog. Angels From Hell, script by Gary Friedrich, pencils by Mike Ploog, inks by Frank Chiaramonte; Ghost Rider battles a gang of bikers called Satans Saints; after GR defeats them, their leader asks him to join the club; 2nd appearance of Ghost Rider (origin retold). 32 pgs. $0.20. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #38
    Marvel Tales (1964 Marvel) 38

    Cover pencils by Sal Buscema. Enter: Dr. Octopus, script by Stan Lee, pencils by John Romita, inks by Mike Esposito; reprinted from Amazing Spider-Man (Marvel, 1963 series) #53; Spider-Man battles Dr. Octopus. 36 pgs. $0.20. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #6
    Marvel Triple Action (1972) 6

    Cover pencils by Sal Buscema, inks by Frank Giacoia. "This Hostage Earth!," script by Stan Lee, pencils by Don Heck, inks by Dick Ayers; The Mole Man wants to destroy all life by increasing the Earth's rotational speed, then captures an investigating Giant-Man; The Avengers save their teammate and foil the Mole Man's deadly plan; reprinted from The Avengers (1963 series). The Avengers #12 cover reprint, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Chic Stone. 36 pgs., full color. $0.20. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #38
    Marvel's Greatest Comics (1969) 38
    • Water damage.

    Cover art by Sal Buscema. "This Man, This Monster," script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Joe Sinnott; An unnamed scientist gives himself the powers and appearance of the Thing and goes to the Baxter Building, planning to kill Reed; However, an accident results in him saving Reed's life and perishing in the Negative Zone. Reprinted from Fantastic Four #51. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #43
    Menomonee Falls Gazette (1971) 43

    Tabloid-sized 11-1/4-in. x 17-1/2-in. (standard horizontal tabloid fold not considered a defect). New Jeff Hawke cover by Jim Pinkoski. Comic strip reprints (six daily strips for each): Garth (by Frank Bellamy, John Allard, and Jim Edgar), Johnny Hazard (by Frank Robbins), Tarzan (by Dan Barry and Burne Hogarth), Modesty Blaise (by Peter O'Donnell and Jim Holdaway), Secret Agent Corrigan (by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson), Jeff Hawke (by Sydney Jordan), Rip Kirby (by John Prentice and Fred Dickenson), Air Hawk and the Flying Doctors (by John Dixon), Mandrake the Magician (by Lee Falk and Fred Fredericks), The Phantom (by Lee Falk and Sy Barry), Dateline: Danger! (by John Saunders and Alden McWilliams), James Bond (by John McLusky), Flash Gordon (by Dan Barry and Bob Fujitani), Superman, and Jeff Cobb (by Pete Hoffman). Also a Sunday Air Hawk strip. Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #45
    Menomonee Falls Gazette (1971) 45

    Tabloid-sized 11-1/4-in. x 17-1/2-in. (standard horizontal tabloid fold not considered a defect). New Mandrake cover by Mike Tiffenbacher. Comic strip reprints (six daily strips for each): Garth (by Frank Bellamy, John Allard, and Jim Edgar), Johnny Hazard (by Frank Robbins), Tarzan (by Dan Barry and Burne Hogarth), Modesty Blaise (by Peter O'Donnell and Jim Holdaway), Secret Agent Corrigan (by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson), Rip Kirby (by John Prentice and Fred Dickenson), Air Hawk and the Flying Doctors (by John Dixon), Mandrake the Magician (by Lee Falk and Fred Fredericks), The Phantom (by Lee Falk and Sy Barry), Dateline: Danger! (by John Saunders and Alden McWilliams), James Bond (by John McLusky), Flash Gordon (by Dan Barry and Bob Fujitani), Superman, and Jeff Cobb (by Pete Hoffman). Also a Sunday Air Hawk strip and six Dark Shadows strips (by Ken Bald as "K. Bruce"). Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #46
    Menomonee Falls Gazette (1971) 46

    Tabloid-sized 11-1/4-in. x 17-1/2-in. (standard horizontal tabloid fold not considered a defect). Cover montage: Ambler by Doug Wildey, Ben Casey by Neal Adams, Tarzan by Russ Manning, and Mary Perkins On Stage by Leonard Starr. Comic strip reprints (six daily strips for each): Garth (by Frank Bellamy, John Allard, and Jim Edgar), Johnny Hazard (by Frank Robbins), Tarzan (by Dan Barry and Burne Hogarth), Modesty Blaise (by Peter O'Donnell and Jim Holdaway), Secret Agent Corrigan (by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson), Air Hawk and the Flying Doctors (by John Dixon), Rip Kirby (by John Prentice and Fred Dickenson), Jeff Hawke (by Sydney Jordan), On Stage (by Leonard Starr), Ben Casey (by Neal Adams), Ambler (by Doug Wildey), Mandrake the Magician (by Lee Falk and Fred Fredericks), The Phantom (by Lee Falk and Sy Barry), Dateline: Danger! (by John Saunders and Alden McWilliams), James Bond (by John McLusky), Flash Gordon (by Dan Barry and Bob Fujitani), Superman, and Jeff Cobb (by Pete Hoffman). Also a Sunday Air Hawk strip, a Sunday Tarzan strip (by Russ Manning), and five Hopalong Cassidy strips (by Dan Spiegle). Cover price $0.40.

  • Issue #138
    Mickey Mouse (1941-90 Dell/Gold Key/Gladstone) 138

    Cover title says "Mickey Mouse and Goofy." Mickey Mouse in "The Falcon's Folly" in which Mickey and Goofy rescue a homing pigeon and are led into mystery and adventure. Issue also has Pluto in an untitled story and a one-page text story "The Haunted Nut." No art/story credits given. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #20MJ
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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #3
    Mighty World of Marvel (1972 UK Magazine) 3
    • 1 1/4" Spine split from bottom.

    Bonus Stickers may or may not be present

  • Issue #5
    Millie the Loveable Monster (1964) 5
  • Issue #198
    Millie the Model (1946) 198
  • Issue #10
    Mister Miracle (1971 1st Series) 10
    • Water damage.
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Top edge label strip missing
    • CGGroup label.

    "The Mr. Miracle to Be!" Mister Miracle and the gang battle the Head in the "X-Latitude." Features the return of Ted Brown. Script, pencils, and cover by Jack Kirby. Inks by Mike Royer. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #19
    Monsters on the Prowl (1971) 19

    Cover art by George Roussos. The Creature from the Black Bog!, script by Stan Lee, art by Steve Ditko; A retired couple exploring the Everglades comes upon an alien who has been shipwrecked in the bog. The Ghost Rode a Roller Coaster!, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; An amusement park owner hires an engineer to design frightening rides and works him to death. Ed's Young Wife!, pencils by Ben Brown, inks by David Gantz; A man tries to get his lover's husband out of the way by sawing through the steering column of his car so it will give way on the mountain road, but is surprised to see him when he goes to his lover's abode. The Changeling, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Sol Brodsky; A teenager in the future desires to return to Earth despite scientist's warning that over thousands of years humans are no longer adapted to life on Earth. 36 pgs. $0.20. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #8
    Mystery Comics Digest (1972 Gold Key) 8

    # 92501-210. Horror and suspense stories reprinted from Gold Keys Boris Karloff comic books (Thriller and Tales of Mystery). The Auction, Things of Wax, The Hand in the Wall, and more, plus Midnight Mysteries. Stories and art by Donald Glut, Dan Spiegle, Jerry Robinson, Joe Orlando, Mike Sekowsky, Al McWilliams, Jack Sparling, Bill Lignante, Joe Certa, Fred Fredericks, Tom Gill, Luis Dominguez, and Giovanni Ticci. 4.75 x 6.5. 160 pages. Painted cover by George Wilson. Cover price $0.50. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #1972-10
    National Lampoon (1970) 1972-10

    Remember Those Fabulous Sixties? A Bob Dylan comic illustrated by Neal Adams, Ross Andru and Mike Esposito; a spoof of Tom Wolfe; a lost Rolling Stones album. Stories and art by Michael O'Donoghue, P. J. O'Rourke, Tony Hendra, Anne Beatts, Sean Kelly, Bobby London, Gahan Wilson, Jeff Jones, M.K. Brown, Michael Gross, Henry Beard and Doug Kenney. Plus letters from the editors, cartoons, and Foto Funnies. Mature readers. October 1972; Cover price $0.75. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #4
    O'Malley and the Alley Cats (1971 Gold Key) 4

    Cover art by Al Hubbard. The Black Seal, art by Al Hubbard; O'Malley takes the Alley Cats into the country to stop their watching a TV horror series. The Sluggy Slugger, art by Al Hubbard; O'Malley's "king of the alley" title is challenged by a new cat on the block, Fitz Tabby. Fishy Fishing, art by Al Hubbard; The Alley Cats' fish is stolen by a thin, hungry cat. Based on the characters featured in Walt Disney's The Aristocats. 36 pgs. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #4
    O'Malley and the Alley Cats (1971 Whitman) 4

    Whitman edition. Cover art by Al Hubbard. The Black Seal, art by Al Hubbard; O'Malley takes the Alley Cats into the country to stop their watching a TV horror series. The Sluggy Slugger, art by Al Hubbard; O'Malley's "king of the alley" title is challenged by a new cat on the block, Fitz Tabby. Fishy Fishing, art by Al Hubbard; The Alley Cats' fish is stolen by a thin, hungry cat. Based on the characters featured in Walt Disney's The Aristocats. 36 pgs. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #250
    Our Army at War (1952) 250
    Published Oct 1972 by DC.

    Cover art by Joe Kubert. 90 Day Wonder starring Sgt Rock and Bulldozer, script by Bob Kanigher, art by Russ Heath. The Last Escape, script by Bob Haney, art by ER Cruz. 32 pgs. $0.20. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #12
    Outlaw Kid (1970 Marvel) 12

    New story: "In the Claws of Bounty-Hawk!" Script by Mike Friedrich, pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Jack Abel. First letters page. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #7
    Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm (1972 Charlton) 7

    The Weaker Sex? Mu Unfair Lady. First Flight text story. Schleprock's Great Day. Featuring Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm (from The Flintstones) as teenagers. Featuring Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm (from The Flintstones) as teenagers. 36 pgs. $0.20. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #270
    Pep Comics (1940-1987 Archie) 270

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino. "Money to Burn," art by Al Hartley; Archie is so financially strapped, due to his extravagant love life, that he applies for welfare. Big Ethel Pin Up, pencils by Dan DeCarlo. "Whatever Turns You On," pencils by Bob Bolling, inks by Rudy Lapick; Reggie bribes Archie to date Ethel's cousin so he has a clear track to Veronica. "Split Fit" one-page story, script by George Gladir, art by Bill Vigoda; Archie yearns to see a twenty foot wave. "Clean Scene," script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx can't invite Gigi over until she cleans her room. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #21
    Phantom Stranger (1969 2nd Series) 21

    Cover art by Jim Aparo. "The Resurrection of Johnny Glory!", script by Len Wein, art by Jim Aparo; After Johnny Glory is sent to the electric chair for his crimes, his body is later picked up by minions of Cerebus, a member of the Dark Circle who uses his magic powers to resurrect Glory; He sends Glory to kill Chandu Gamal, the leader of a small mid-eastern country, who is in America on a good-will mission with his daughter Indiria; However, attempts to assassinate Chandu attract the attention of the Phantom Stranger, who comes to the rescue after Indiria is captured by Glory. "Woman of Stone," script by Len Wein, art by Tony DeZuniga; When Marie Thirteen witnesses what appears to be a real live Medusa, Dr. Thirteen goes to work to determine the truth of the situation; After much investigation, Dr. Thirteen solves the mystery, revealing it all to be part of an elaborate plan by the local doctor and his wife, using a convincing Medusa costume and a pistol that fires a stone-like spray. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #44
    Porky Pig (1965 Whitman) 44

    Whitman edition. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #3
    Power Man and Iron Fist (1972 Hero for Hire) 3
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    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #1497516028

    "Mark of the Mace!" Script by Archie Goodwin, pencils by George Tuska, inks by Billy Graham. Can even Luke Cage's unbreakable skin stand up to the bone-crushing power of the man called Mace? See Cage's powers and stamina pushed to their limits like never before. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #7
    Primus (1972 Charlton) 7

    Comic book version of a short-lived 1971 syndicated TV series produced by Ivan Tors (who also produced "Sea Hunt" and "Flipper") about global underwater troubleshooter Carter Primus, played by Robert Brown. In this issue, Primus battles a plot to kidnap the president and start World War III in "Crisis at 40 Fathoms." The story has appearance by by Richard N. Mixon, a comedienne impersonator of real life president Richard M. Nixon and the villain looks like real-life politician Hubert Humphrey. Primus also helps fishermen in "The Saboteur." Scripts by Joe Gill and art by Joe Staton. Issue also has The Human Fish in "Starfish Trouble" text feature. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #239
    PS The Preventive Maintenance Monthly (1951) 239

    U.S. Army instructional digest magazine illustrating proper preventive maintenance methods for care of equipment with comic book style art throughout. Cover by Chuck Kramer. Joe's Dope "Cool Anti-Freeze Clues" comic strip. 5-in. x 7 1/4-in., 64 pages, 2-color/partial full color.

  • Issue #104
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 104
    Published Oct 1972 by Marvel.

    Cover art by Dick Ayers and Vince Colletta. Shoot-Out At Mesa City starring Rawhide Kid, script by Ron Whyte, pencils by Larry Lieber, inks by Vince Colletta. The Gun That Couldn't Lose starring Rawhide Kid, script and pencils by Larry Lieber, inks by Vince Colletta. War In Chicamaw County, script by Stan Lee, pencils by Bob Forgione, inks by Jack Abel. 36 pgs. $0.20. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #5
    Realm (1970) Fanzine 5
    • Cover misaligned during manufacturing (appears to be cut shorter along top edge).

    High-quality fanzine with illustrations by Frank Frazetta, Michael Kaluta, Barry Windsor-Smith, Richard Corben, Vaughn Bode, Darrel Anderson, Doug Potter, Don Punchatz, Dan Adkins, Kelly Freas, Tim Kirk, Alan Weiss, Carl Barks, Roy Krenkel, Ed Romero, Kenneth Smith, Jack Gaughan, Herb Arnold, William Rostler, uddy Saunders, William Black, and others. Also: Ray Bradbury interview, Berni Wrightson checklist, visit with Corben, Mid-America Con report by Geo. Proctor, fiction by Jan Strnad, and more. Darrel Anderson cover. 8.5-in. x 10.75-in.; black and white; 60 pages on white paper with card-stock covers. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #58
    Reggie and Me (1966) 58

    Humble Pie, My Eye starring Archie Andrews, Jughead Jones, Veronica Lodge, and Betty Cooper. That Funny Feeling starring Li'l Jinx, script and art by Joe Edwards. The Other Cheek Reggie and Jughead. One of a Kind starring Li'l Jinx, script and art by Joe Edwards. Doom Buggy starring Reggie Mantle, Veronica Lodge, Archie Andrews, and Jughead Jones. Champ Chump starring Reggie Mantle, Archie Andrews, and Veronica Lodge, pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Joe Sinnott. Both Sides Well Done starring Reggie Mantle, Archie Andrews, and Veronica Lodge. 52 pgs. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #23
    Reggie's Wise Guy Jokes (1968) 23
  • Vol. 6 #3
    Relics Magazine (1967 Western Publications) Vol. 6 #3

    A Link to Our Pioneer Heritage; "A magazine devoted to the treasurers, artifacts and collectibles intimately associated with the expansion and development of the vast frontier". 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.35.