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Comic books September 1975

  • Issue #451
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 451
    Published Sep 1975 by DC.

    Cover by Bob Oksner. "The Great Super-Hero Contest," script by Jim Shooter, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez; Superman encounters a super-powered prince from another world and the princes intended, the latter of whom falls for the Man of Steel and sparks trouble. "The Day The Dreaming Dies," script by Elliot S! Maggin, art by Mike Grell; Green Arrow and Black Canary feel they have little choice but to help Davy Tenzer, who claims to have lived for centuries, and who tells them that a deadly band called the Organization is meeting at the hotel, planning to neutralize every government on Earth!; Davy gets them into the Organizations secret planning room, but the three of them are taken down by guards. 36 pgs., full color. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #451MJ
    Action Comics (1938 DC) Mark Jewelers 451MJ

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    Mark Jeweler Variant. Cover art by Bob Oksner. The Great Super-Hero Contest starring Superman, script by Jim Shooter, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez. The Day The Dreaming Dies starring Green Arrow and Black Canary, script by Elliot S! Maggin, pencils by Mike Grell. 36 pgs. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #221
    Adventures of the Big Boy (1956) 221

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  • Issue #1-1ST
    Adventures of Tintin Flight 714 GN (1979 Little Brown and Company) 1-1ST

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    1st printings. Story and art by Herge. Join traveling reporter Tintin and his faithful dog Snowy, along with well-known friends such as Captain Haddock, as they embark on an extraordinary adventures spanning historical and political events, fantasy and science-fiction adventures and thrilling mysteries. These full-color graphic novels broke new ground when they were first released and became the inspiration for countless modern-day comic artists. Softcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 64 pages, full color.

  • Issue #32
    Amazing Adventures (1970 2nd Series) 32

    Cover by Craig Russell. "Only the Computer Shows Me Any Respect!", script by Don McGregor, pencils by Craig Russell, inks by Dan Green; June 2019, Nashville Tennessee: Killraven and his Freemen have arrived before the Octotympanum-Viewscope building; In the 1990's it was a device which could make your own fantasies a reality; There they find that the device still works and Old Skull particularly enjoys the lucid creations and cute creatures the device can create for them; As the tired Freemen rest, they check on Grok who is still on death's door, and Hawk tells of the rift between him and his father in the days before the Martian invasion caused by his father's addiction to the Octotympanum-Viewscope simulations of Sherlock Holmes adventures; Realizing that Old Skull has once more ventured into the device, Killraven goes after him to find that the device had created a menacing dragon to attack the both of them. 36 pgs, full color. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #148
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 148

    "Jackal, Jackal...Who's Got the Jackal?" Script by Gerry Conway. Pencils by Ross Andru. Inks by Mike Esposito and Dave Hunt (backgrounds). Cover by Gil Kane and John Romita Sr. As shown on the fateful cover, the Tarantula throws the shackled web-slinger off the top of the Brooklyn Bridge! Can the amazing one stop his freefall before slamming into the East River? If not, poor Spidey will sleep with the fishes and never learn the truth behind Gwen's return. Meanwhile at the Daily Bugle, Ned Leeds finally connects the dots about the Gwen Stacy clone! Apparently Gwen once donated cell tissue samples in Professor Miles Warren's biology class at Empire State University! Hmmm, has the good professor been playing god in his spare time? All will be revealed next issue! Cameo appearance by Mary Jane Watson. Flashback cameos by Anthony Serba and Gwen Stacy. (Note: The letters page includes a letter from Eclipse comics publisher Dean Mullaney. This story was reprinted in Marvel Tales 125.) 32 pages. 25c cover price. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #148MJ
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 148MJ

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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. The Gwen Stacy clone story continues in "Jackal, Jackal, Who's Got the Jackal?" Script by Gerry Conway, pencils by Ross Andru, inks by Mike Esposito and Dave Hunt. The Jackal is revealed to be Professor Warren. Gil Kane/John Romita Sr. cover. Reprinted in Marvel Tales # 125. Letter to the editor from Dean Mullaney (Eclipse Comics). Cover price $0.25.

  • Vol. 49 #2
    Amazing Stories (1926 Pulp) Vol. 49 #2
  • Issue #8
    Amazing World of DC Comics (1974) 8

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    This issue includes the following: two retrospectives of Carmine Infantino's career (by Bob Rozakis, Jack C. Harris, and Mike Barr); photo stills from "Atom Man vs. Superman" with humorous thought and word balloons; "The Joker's Happy Victims" (a 6-page reprint from a '60s Pop-tarts promotion) by Carmine Infantino and Murphy Anderson; a history of Adam Strange by Jack C. Harris; a map of Rann; a dossier on the Flash Rogues Gallery; a history of Deadman; a look back at DC's kids' club; and more. Cover by Carmine Infantino. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 95 #9
    Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact (1960) Vol. 95 #9

    September 1975. Stories: "Pro" by Gordon R. Dickson, "The Restoration" by Gordon Eklund, "Beyond Grayworld" by Gregory Benford, and "The Killers" by Karl Hansen. Science Fact article, "Rendezvous in 1985" by Richard C. Hoagland. Cover by Rick Sternbach. Illustrations by Jack Gaughan, Kelly Freas, Mike Hinge, and John Schoenherr. Softcover, 5.5-in. x 7.5-in.; 178 newsprint pages, B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #247
    Archie (1943) 247

    Cover by Dan DeCarlo & Rudy Lapick. Stories by Frank Doyle, Joe Edwards and Bob Montana. Art by Harry Lucey & Chic Stone, Joe Edwards and Bob Montana. Archie's parents are planning to spend less because of the recession, but Archie argues that the only way to get out of a recession is for people to spend more, not less, in "The Money Angle"! Plus: Li'l Jinx comes over to see what Greg has done with his model plane kit in the half-pager "Plane Facts" by Joe Edwards; two newspaper comic strips with color added as the half-pager "Archie's Gag Bag" by Bob Montana; despite Jughead's warnings that the plan will be a total failure, Archie asks the new girl in school to help him make Veronica jealous in "Green-Eyed Monster"; door-to-door salesman Archie tries to sell Reggie a vacuum cleaner in "And Dust to Dust"; and Archie tries to get Mr. Lodge the Siberian dog known as a samoyed, but winds up getting him a salamander instead in "Killer Lizard"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #77
    Archie and Me (1964) 77

    "Ye Olde Refrain"; The gang runs into Mr. Weatherbee in an antique shop. "On the Skids" one-page Li'l Jinx story, script and art by Joe Edwards. "Pillow Pal"; The students organize a pillow fight in the gymnasium to raise money for a plaque for Mr. Weatherbee. "War of the Weirds"; Mr. Weatherbee has a bad day, but this time it's his own fault, not Archie's. Archie Club News. "A Jog to the Jug"; Archie convinces Mr. Weatherbee to start jogging instead of joining a health club; of course, things go wrong. 36 pgs., full color. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #28
    Archie at Riverdale High (1972) 28

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Rudy Lapick. Guardian Devil, script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Chic Stone; Archie and Betty meet a boy who is living with his abusive, negligent uncle while his mother is in the hospital. Hostess Twinkies ad with Archie, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Jim DeCarlo. They Dye By Night, script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Chic Stone; Archie and Dilton try to solve the mystery of who has been putting dye into all the pools in Riverdale, but their research leads to them being accused of the crime. 36 pgs. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #237
    Archie Giant Series (1954) 237

    World of Archie Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #237
    Archie's Girls Betty and Veronica (1951) 237

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo. The Great Gamble, script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Betty and Veronica run into their old elementary school teacher, Mrs. Gamble, and find out what she's doing these days. Thrift Rift, script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Veronica starts a garden and a garage sale to fight inflation, but they wind up costing her father more than they save. Club Pro, script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Betty brainstorms a unique way to improve her golf game in order to be with Archie on the Riverdale golf team. Advertisement for Laugh Comics Digest #2. 36 pgs. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #212
    Archie's Joke Book (1953) 212
  • Issue #97
    Archie's Pals 'n' Gals (1955) 97

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino. "Animal Crackers," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Chic Stone; Archie is getting a lot of grief for adopting a skunk as a pet. "Soup's On," pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Joe Edwards; Miss Beazly plays a prank on Archie and Jughead for daring to use her kitchen for non-culinary purposes. "It Makes Cents," script and pencils Dick Malmgren, inks by Rudy Lapick; Archie tries to find a way to keep patronizing Pop's without paying his bill. "Seeing Red," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty tries to talk Reggie out of getting revenge on Moose. 36 pgs., full color. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #34
    Archie's TV Laugh Out (1969) 34

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino. "Game Gambit," pencils by Bob Bolling, inks by Jon D'Agostino; After participating in a one hundred hour marathon Monopoly game for charity, a worn out Archie dreams his life is ruled by the Monopoly board. Hostess snack cakes ad with Archie. "Heart Art," art by Bob Bolling; Archie tries to help out Dilton, who is smitten with a girl but too shy to talk to her face to face. "Mirror Mirror," pencils by Dan DeCarlo Jr., inks by Jim DeCarlo; Veronica's vanity mirror suddenly begins talking to her. "Flour Power," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren; Reggie can't get ready for his date because Jughead keeps pestering him for money. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #5
    Arrgh! (1974) 5
    Published Sep 1975 by Marvel.

    Edited by Roy Thomas. Cover by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito. Stories by Mike Esposito and Ross Andru. Includes Invisible Man parody. 36 pages, full color. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #33UK
    Astonishing Tales (1973) UK Edition 33UK
    Published 1975 (est.) by Marvel.

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    United Kingdom edition

  • Issue #139
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) 139

    "Prescription: Violence!!" Part 1 of 2. Script by Steve Englehart. Pencils by George Tuska. Inks by Vince Colletta. Cover by Gil Kane and John Romita. Janet Pym still lies comatose in the hospital after being wounded in battle vs. the Toad two issues ago. While a stressed out Hank Pym and his fellow Avengers stand guard at her bedside, the Wasp receives a visitor! Is it an old friend? No, it's an old foe...the Whirlwind! The Pym's long-time adversary quickly flees, but during the brief battle Yellowjacket finally realizes the Whirlwind's secret identity! And when Yellowjacket confronts his former limo driver, the action begins! Can the Beast and a super-sized Hank Pym reign in the Whirlwind? Meanwhile, Iron Man and Moondragon fly to Latveria looking for Hawkeye. Cameo appearances by Patsy Walker, the Toad, the Vision, and the Scarlet Witch. (Notes: The Whirlwind previously appeared in Marvel Feature (1st series) 9. The letters page includes letters from comics publisher Dean Mullaney and comics historian Peter Sanderson, respectively.) 32 pages Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #139MJ
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 139MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. The Toad and Whirlwind are up to no good in "Prescription: Violence!" Script by Steve Englehart, pencils by George Tuska, inks by Vince Colletta. Avengers roll call: Thor, Iron Man, Yellowjacket, Moondragon, the Wasp, the Scarlet Witch, the Beast, and the Vision. Letters to the editor from writer Peter Sanderson and comics publisher Dean Mullaney. Gil Kane/John Romita Sr. cover. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #145UK
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    Published 1975 (est.) by Marvel.

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    This is a United Kingdom edition. The UK edition was released in Great Britain at the same time the American edition was released. Both editions are identical except for pricing on cover.

  • Issue #106
    Avengers (UK Magazine) 106

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    Title: The Avengers and the Savage Sword of Conan. 8-in. x 11-in., 36 pages, B/W.

  • Issue #267
    Batman (1940) 267
    Tags: Batman
    Published Sep 1975 by DC.
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    • Label #1448421024

    Cover art by Dick Giordano. Hostess Twinkies ad starring Captain Marvel, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Vince Colletta. Invitation to a Murder! starring Batman, script by David Vern (as David V. Reed), pencils by Ernie Chan (as Ernie Chua), inks by Dick Giordano; Batman battles an assassin named Django. 32 pgs. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #267MJ
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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #C-37
    Batman (1974) DC Treasury Edition C-37

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    Limited Collectors' Edition: Batman reprints from the 1940s. Jim Aparo cover. Size is 10 x 13-1/2" (about the size of a Life magazine). Cover price $1.00.

  • Vol. 19 #2
    Baum Bugle A Journal of Oz (1957) Vol. 19 #2

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    The Baum Bugle: A Journal of Oz (1975) Volume 19 #2 is published three times annually by The International Wizard of Oz Club.

  • Issue #53
    Beep Beep the Road Runner (1966 Gold Key) 53

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    Featuring: 7 page Beep Beep the Road Runner story "Magic Menace" written by Mark Evanier and drawn by Jack Manning; 6 page story "The Greeblefeezler Birds" starring Beep Beep the Road Runner and Daffy Duck, written by Mark Evanier and drawn by Jack Manning; 5 page Wile E. Coyote story "The Greatest of E's" starring Wile E. Coyote, Daffy Duck and Beaky Buzzard, written by Mark Evanier and drawn by Jack Manning; 1 page text story "The Lesson"; 5 page story "The Hounded Hunter" drawn by Jack Manning. Cover by Jack Manning. NOTE: # on cover is 90189-509. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #53
    Beep Beep The Road Runner (1971 Whitman) 53

    Whitman edition Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #112
    Beetle Bailey (1953 Dell/Charlton/Gold Key/King) 112

    Featuring: 3 page Beetle Bailey story "Solid Sarge"; 4 page Beetle Bailey story "Beetle's Battle Plan"; 3 page story "Monkey Dip" starring Zero, Killer Diller, Beetle Bailey, Sarge Snorkel and Cookie; 3 page Beetle Bailey story "The Banana Incident"; 3 page Beetle Bailey story "The Schemers"; 2 page Georgie the Boy Knight text story "Georgie And The Dragon" starring Georgie the Boy Knight, Sir Bragget and Princess Danielle, written by Mike Pellowski and drawn by John Byrne; 3 page Beetle Bailey story "The Desk Job"; 3 page story "The House Call" starring Captain Scabbard, Sarge Snorkel and Beetle Bailey. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #4
    Beowulf (1975 DC) 4
    Published Sep 1975 by DC.

    Featuring: 18 page Beowulf story "Valley in the Shadow of Death." In this tale, Beowulf meets Dracula, the Lost Tribe of Israel and a tribal leader named Bruzz Solomon! Written by Michael Uslan, with art and cover by Ricardo Villamonte. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #69
    Betty and Me (1966) 69
  • Issue #1
    Big Apple Comix (1975) 1

    1st (only) printing. Front cover art by Stu Schwartzberg, Larry Hama, Paul Kirchner, & Wally Wood. Back cover by Ralph Reese. Big Apple Comix is a one-shot, hybrid alternative/underground comic edited by Flo Steinberg (one of the first independent comics ever published), featuring stories and art about New York City. Foreword by Denny O'Neil. "The Man without a City," script by Stu Schwarzberg, inks by Marie Severin; After denouncing New York, a man is sentenced to spend the remainder of his life having no contact with the city. "My Word," script and art by Wally Wood; Wood exaggerates New York's reputation for sleaze and sex. "The Tube," script by Wally Wood, art by Al Williamson (signed); Dan Green; Brad Bickford is transported to another dimension where he is considered their long-prophesied champion. "A Nice Place to Visit, But...", script and art by Linda Fite; The contrast between New York and California. Over & Under, art by Neal Adams and Larry Hama; The contrasting lives of an office secretary and a prostitute. "The Battery's Down," script and art by Alan Weiss; A new arrival in the city experiences a rapid dose of its downside. "Lotsa Yox," script and pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Wally Wood; 1933 pilot has an unexpected encounter. "The Silent Minority," script and art by Mike Ploog; A day in the life of a hobo. "Token," script and art by Herb Trimpe; A subway token is discovered in the far distant future. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #215
    Blondie (1947 McKay/Harvey/King/Charlton) 215
  • Issue #221
    Blondie (1947 McKay/Harvey/King/Charlton) 221
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  • Issue #121
    Brave and the Bold (1955 1st Series DC) 121

    Cover by Jim Aparo. "The Doomsday Express," script by Bob Haney, art by Jim Aparo; Batman and the Metal Men have all agreed to take part in the train ride to celebrate America's Bicentennial; The train would have themed cars based on America's achievements over the past 200 years, and would also include copies of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States of America; Aboard the train with them are Charles Wing, Delores Lake and Ed Fox, curators for the train ride; The Metal Men decide to leave when they get a letter that suggests that their creator Doc Magnus may still be alive, and depart to follow up on it;Batman is left alone on the train with the others, who reveal themselves to be half-Native Americans, and they hijack the train in order to pressure the United States government into turning over the land to its rightful people. Minerva Menace! hostess snakes cakes ad with Shazam. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #121MJ
    Brave and the Bold (1955 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 121MJ

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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Batman and Metal Men star in "The Doomsday Express." Script by Bob Haney, art and cover by Jim Aparo. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #166
    Bugs Bunny (1942 Dell/Gold Key) 166
  • Issue #166
    Bugs Bunny (1942 Whitman) 166

    Whitman edition Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #53
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    Issue 37,May, 1974. Edgar Rice Burroughs fanzine. "Skeleton Men of Jupiter." 8.5" x 11", 28 pages, black and white.

  • Issue #189
    Captain America (1968 1st Series) 189
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    Cover pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Mike Esposito. "Arena For A Fallen Hero!", script by Tony Isabella, pencils by Frank Robbins, inks by Frank Chiaramonte; The Falcon recovers from his coma with his original "Snap" Wilson persona intact; Captain America battles illusions of villains from his past created by Deadly Nightshade; Cameos by the Red Skull, Enchantress, Executioner, Radioactive Man, and Baron Zemo (hallucinations). Letter to the editor from comics historian Peter Sanderson. Goodbye note from Steve Englehart. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #189MJ
    Captain America (1968 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 189MJ

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    Mark Jewelers Advertisement Insert Variant. Nightshade returns in "Arena For a Fallen Hero!" Script by Tony Isabella, pencils by Frank Robbins, inks by Frank Chiaramonte. Cameos by the Red Skull, Enchantress, Executioner, Radioactive Man, and Baron Zemo (hallucinations). Gil Kane/Mike Esposito cover. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #40
    Captain Marvel (1968 1st Series Marvel) 40

    Captain Marvel battles Una in "Rocky Mountain 'Bye!" Script by Steve Englehart, pencils by Al Milgrom, inks by Al McWilliams. Appearances by Carol Danvers and the Watcher. Letter to the editor from comic writer Ralph Macchio. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Carson of Venus PB (1975 Ace Science Fiction Novel Series) 1-1ST

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    Ace Science Fiction Edition - 1st printing. By Edgar Rice Burroughs. Cover by Frank Frazetta. Carson Napier, first Earthman to reach Venus, had to keep alert every instant of his stay on that world of mist and mystery. For its lands were unmapped, its inhabitants many, varied, and strange, and he had taken an obligation to restore a native princess to her lost homeland. On terrible oceans where dreaded sea monsters dwelled, in deep forests where terror haunted every branch, and behind the walls of eerie cities where power-mad chieftains plotted uncanny schemes, CARSON OF VENUS is fast-paced science fiction adventure. Softcover, 4-in. x 7-in., 280 pages, Text Only. NOTE: Do NOT confuse with Carson of Venus PB (1963 Ace Novel) the Ace Books F-Series: Book 247.

  • Issue #65
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    Packed with over 200 laughs, a circus of fun. B&W.

  • Issue #6
    Cartoonews 6
    Published Sep 1975 by Fanzine.

    News and features about comic strips and cartoons. In this issue: L.D. Warren, Spider-Man vitamins, R.C. Harvey, Garry Trudeau, Bob Thaves (Frank and Ernest), and more. 8.5-in. x 11-in.; black and white; 48 pages on white paper. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #7
    Cartoonews 7
    Published Sep 1975 by Fanzine.

    News and features about comic strips and cartoons. In this issue: L.D. Warren, Spider-Man vitamins, R.C. Harvey, Garry Trudeau, Bob Thaves (Frank and Ernest), and more. 8.5-in. x 11-in.; black and white; 48 pages on white paper. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #13
    Cartoonews 13
    Published Sep 1975 by Fanzine.

    News and features about comic strips and cartoons. In this issue: L.D. Warren, Spider-Man vitamins, R.C. Harvey, Garry Trudeau, Bob Thaves (Frank and Ernest), and more. 8.5-in. x 11-in.; black and white; 48 pages on white paper. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #27
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    CARTOONIST PROfiles magazine allows syndicated cartoonists to tell, in their own words, what it took for them to become professionals. Comic artists explain their own unique method of creating a continuous flow of ideas, which have sustained them over long periods of time. This magazine explains how the cartoonist brought himself to the attention of the major syndicates. They tell their own life experiences have enabled them to speak with that unique voice. Cover price $3.00.