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  • Issue #501
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 501

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    June 24, 1983. Stan Lee speaks - reveals movie plans, Captain America musical; also in this issue - Michael Dugan, Jim Erskine, Chuck Fiala, Kenn Kelley, Don Martinec, Francis Mao, Elizabeth Slaughter, Bob Vojtko and Cat Yronwode. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #502
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    July 1, 1983. Marvel - We'll help dealers, not compete with them; Lawrence Watt-Evans begins a series on 'pre-Trend' ECs; E-Man's Joe Staton talks to Shel Dorf; plus contributions by Don Chin, Paul Curtis, Chuck Fiala, Ron Goulart, Brian Hayes, Fred Hembeck, Bob Laughlin, Heidi D. MacDonald, Francis Mao, Kim Metzger, Greg W. Myers, Elizabeth Slaughter, John Speidel, Dan Tyree, Bob Vojtko, Charles A. Wagner, Herb Wood and Cat Yronwode.

  • Issue #503
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 503

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    July 8, 1983. Special International Issue. Mexico - million-selling comic is a weekly; Spain - new world history of comics; England - the British are coming; France - bringing European comics to U.S.; Japan - new book offers cels from 'Yamato'; N.Y. SF, Comic Con has one goal - fun; plus regular cartoonists and columnists, including a continuation of Lawrence Watt-Evans' look at the 'pre-Trend' EC comics, and a preview of all this summer's comics. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #504
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    July 15, 1983. CBG salutes N.Y. Con; free Marvel poster; Marvels stay at 60 cents; Lawrence Watt-Evans on ECs; also: Jim Bertges, Ron Goulart, Fred Hembeck, Heidi MacDonald, Kim Metzger, Elizabeth Slaughter, Dan Tyree, Bob Vojtko and Cat Yronwode.

  • Issue #505
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 505

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    July 22, 1983. Warren bankruptcy delays Pacific, "Twisted" gets "mature" label; "Spirit" splits into color comic, Eisner magazine; "Ms. Tree" goes monthly, trims title, makes Eclipse first all-Baxter line. Also in this issue: Adventures of Superman; Advertising Index; B.A.D. Comics; Bitter Half; Classified Ads; Comics Guide; Comics in Your Future; Dan T's Inferno; Editorial; Fit to Print; 4-Color Comments; Freddy & Eddy; Information, Please; Kitz 'n' Katz; Oh, So?; Rayguns, Elves; What, Where & When; Craig Yoe Ho-Ho; The Zine Fan.

  • Issue #506
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 506

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    July 29, 1983. Eighth Chicago Comicon is all-comics event; Comics Scene is on hiatus - magazine may be dead; also in this issue - Barry Dutter, Ron Goulart, Fred Hembeck, D.W. Howard & Ralph Roberts, Francis Mao, Kim Metzger, Greg W. Myers, Brian Pearce, Keno Don Rosa, Fred Schwab, Elizabeth Slaughter, Doug Thornsjo, Lawrence Watt-Evans and Cat Yronwode. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #507
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 507

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    August 5, 1983. Marvel will print ElfQuest for newsstand sales - together again...at last; Undergrounds are in trouble; also in this issue - Jim Bahler, Ward Batty & Charlie Williams, Don Chin, Nelson Corey, Michael Dugan, Jim Erskine, Bill Kropfhauser, Sam Kujava, Darrell Lum, Francis Mao, Greg W. Myers, Brian Pearce, Keno Don Rosa, Elizabeth Slaughter, Dan Tyree, James Van Hise, Bob Vojtko, John Wells, Cat Yronwode and Beautiful Balloons #139. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #508
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 508

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  • Issue #509
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  • Issue #510
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    August 26, 1983. Alan Light's magazine 'Record Spinner' folds; Cat Yronwode's 100th Fit to Print column (with help from Dave Sim, Len Wein, Marv Wolfman and others); the debut of two new columns - Rick Norwood on comic strips, and Bob Ingersoll on law in the comic books; plus turn-of-the-century comic strip character Everett True returns to wreak his wrath on fandom in a new version by Tony Isabella, Gary Dumm and Greg Budgett.

  • Issue #511
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 511

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    September 2, 1983. "DC Challenge" series has 11 writers, 13 artists; Silverheels; Art of the Comic Strip exhibition; He-Man goes to home TV; Flying Buttress changes name, plans "Strips"; signed American Flagg, E-Man posters available. Also in this issue: Adventures of Superman; Advertising Index; Bitter Half; Classified Ads; Cosmic Trips; Dan T's Inferno; Editorial; Fit to Print; Freddy & Eddy; Hall of Fame; Brian Hayes; Kitz 'n' Katz; The Law Is a Ass; Oh, So?; Rayguns, Elves; Scenes We'd Like to See; Swashbungler; Trufan Adventures; What, Where & When.

  • Issue #512
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    September 9, 1983. K-Marts got Return of the Jedi set first; Will Murray on H.P. Lovecraft; Lawrence Watt-Evans on horror comics; lawyer Bob Ingersoll takes on The Vigilante; plus Ron Goulart, Fred Hembeck, Tony Isabella, Elizabeth Slaughter and Cat Yronwode. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #513
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 513

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    September 16, 1983. Cerebus teams with X-Men; Marvel Retread Funnies is killed; Marvel project trains new professionals; Ron Goulart looks at King Comics; the new Everett True bursts out in costume as...Green Lantern?; plus contributions by Terry Beatty, Elizabeth Slaughter, Dan Tyree, Lawrence Watt-Evans and Cat Yronwode. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #514
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    September 23, 1983. Jack Kirby may return to DC - to resume New Gods, ignoring Gerry Conway stories; Dave McDonnell and Bob Greenberger talk to Bob Layton about his transvestite Skrull; Fred Hembeck reveals the shocking story behind Black Canary's new secret origin; Elizabeth Slaughter tells how fans' spouses can take advantage of comic-book time; Lawrence Watt-Evans reveals the difference between male fans and female fans.

  • Issue #515
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    September 30, 1983. Cutbacks at Red Circle - DuBay fired, rates cut, Comet & Black Hood axed; contributions in this issue by Terry Beatty, Greg Budgett, Gary Dumm, Ron Goulart, Tony Isabella, Bob Laughlin, Francis Mao, Kim Metzger, Elizabeth Slaughter, Lawrence Watt-Evans and Cat Yronwode. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #516
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    October 7, 1983. Walking off with Warren - hundreds of pages of artwork sell for a song at auction of publisher's assets; Western resumes publishing - 72 comics are scheduled; Rick Burchett to draw "Badger" with 3rd issue. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #517
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    October 21, 1983. Does Marvel's high output help or hurt comics?; Mile High buys out Lone Star mail orders; "Star Trek" comic strip cancelled in December; Marvel will publish a comic-book version of the TV series The A-Team. Also in this issue: Advertising Index; B.A.D. Comics; Beautiful Balloons; Bitter Half; Classified Ads; Comics in Your Future; Encyclopedia of Golden Age; Everett True; Fit to Print; Freddy & Eddy; Fred Hembeck; Kitz 'n' Katz; Oh, So?; Rayguns, Elves; To the Drawing Board; What, Where & When.

  • Issue #519
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  • Issue #520
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    November 4, 1983. Marvel's Secret Wars changes heroes and villains; Shel Dorf interviews Pacific Comics' Dave Scroggy; Fred Hembeck talks with you; Ron Goulart looks at Crackajack Funnies; test yourself on comics dogs. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #521
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    November 11, 1983. Special Science-Fiction Issue. Lawrence Watt-Evans on ray-guns; Will Murray on Captain Future (and the Legion of Super-Heroes); Buck Coulson's new column on SF magazines; Warner loses $300 million, but DC makes a profit; plus Terry Beatty, Ron Goulart, Lou Mougin, Elizabeth Slaughter, Dan Tyree and Cat Yronwode. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #522
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    November 18, 1983. Eclipse will publish Star*Reach Classics, Zot!; Archie threat delays Goodman Beaver book; Craig Yoe (Ho-Ho) gives the latest lowdown on Marvel's comics for younger readers; Trina Robbins writes about Neysa McMein and 'Deathless Deer.'

  • Issue #523
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 523

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    November 25, 1983. Preview of Spider-Man's black costume. Mark Evanier, Dan Spiegle quit 'Blackhawk' - 'DNAgents' mini-series may be in the works for Surge and Amber; 'Jonah Hex' cut to bi-monthly; art theft - 'Phoenix' cover art is stolen; Americomics changes distribution, starts a new line of Mando comics; 'Marvel Age' goes to 35c; no boxed sets of 'Dusk' in plans; Cosmic Champions - where did they go?

  • Issue #524
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  • Issue #525
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    December 9, 1983. DC may change Superman, Wonder Woman - Steve Gerber to revamp WW, Gil Kane to rework Superman; Nightveil; Bruce Chrislip article "Crumb on the Campus"; Creation, Starlog team to offer science fiction conventions; Raoul Vezina dies at 35, drew 'Smilin' Ed' Comics; Steve Gerber, Jack Kirby turn 'Destroyer Duck' over to new writer, artist. Also in this issue: Advertising Index; Bitter Half; Classified Ads; Comics Guide; Dan T's Inferno; Editorial; Everett True; Fit to Print; Freddy & Eddy; Hall of Fame; I Cover the Newsstand; Information, Please; Kitz 'n' Katz; Oh, So?; Rayguns, Elves; Swashbungler; Trufan Adventures; What, Where & When; Women Cartoonists; Year of Jubilo.

  • Issue #526
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  • Issue #527
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  • Issue #528
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    December 30, 1983. Segar's complete Popeye to be collected; Fred Hembeck watches 'The Day After' with Superman; Craig Yoe shares cartoon Christmases; The Bitter Half 'Slaughters' carols; Everett True bites the hand that feeds him; plus Lawrence Watt-Evans, Cat Yronwode and others to gladden the Yuletide season. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #529
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 529

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    January 6, 1984. Marvel holds price at 60 cents - newsstand, direct sales give company best year, as 'Secret Wars' to be on Mando paper and cost 75 cents; Amethyst; Mike Grell does pin-ups for Eclipse's 'Ms. Tree'; Elliot Maggin may run for U.S. Congress; Mike Barr to edit 'Outsiders'; Steve Gerber's attorney comments on case. Also in this issue: Advertising Index; B.A.D. Comics; Before Superman; Bitter Half; Classified Ads; Cosmic Trips; Editorial; Encyclopedia of Golden Age; Everett True; Fit to Print; Freddy & Eddy; Brian Hayes; I Cover the Newsstand; Information, Please; Kitz 'n' Katz; The Law Is a Ass; Oh, So?; Rayguns, Elves; Trufan Adventures; What, Where & When.

  • Issue #530
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 530

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    January 13, 1984. Marvel news - new stories by Harlan Ellison and Barry Windsor-Smith, death in Alpha Flight, tragedy for Fantastic Four, turning points for Tony Stark and the New Mutants; Aztec Ace; Superboy, Supergirl titles to be combined; First Comics adjusts schedule for new title; 'Best of DC Digest' contents are listed; Nightwing and Jericho character designs by George PĂ©rez. Also in this issue: Advertising Index; Classified Ads; Comics in Your Future; Editorial; Everett True; Fit to Print; Freddy & Eddy; Kitz 'n' Katz; Oh, So?; Rayguns, Elves; Trufan Adventures; What, Where & When; Year of Jubilo.

  • Issue #531
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 531

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    January 20, 1984. Roy Thomas, Gerry Conway to write 'X-Men' movie; Marvel adds to staff; Creation Convention to feature Moebius; DC to expand its 'universe history'; Atlanta Comics Festival to 'roast' Jim Shooter. Also in this issue: Adventures of Superman; Advertising Index; Classified Ads; Dan T's Inferno; Editorial; Encyclopedia of Golden Age; Everett True; Fit to Print; Four-Color Comments; Freddy & Eddy; Hall of Fame; I Cover the Newsstand; Kitz 'n' Katz; The Law Is a Ass; Oh, So?; Rayguns, Elves; Trufan Adventures; What, Where & When.

  • Issue #532
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    January 27, 1984. 100-page issue. Bill Sienkiewicz to draw New Mutants; contributions by David Campiti, Gary Dumm, Ron Goulart, Tony Isabella, Bob Laughlin, Francis Mao, Lou Mougin, Brian Pearce, Elizabeth Slaughter, Charles A. Wagner, Lawrence Watt-Evans, John Wells and Cat Yronwode; plus the latest news and the most complete lists of upcoming comics and conventions anywhere. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #533
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  • Issue #534
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    February 10, 1984. Pacific licenses titles for overseas publication; Neal Adams talks about his new publishing venture, Echo of Future Past; Cat Yronwode on Hawaiian comics; a comic valentine from Craig Yoe (Ho-Ho). Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #535
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 535

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    February 17, 1984. Marvel puts 2 direct-only titles on newsstands - Ka-Zar suspended, Moon Knight & Micronauts will start over with #1; Wendy Pini defends 'elf-swapping'; Marv Wolfman tells his plans for The Titans and Omega Men; Marvel editors have an identity crisis; Mike Baron on which Adams is which; Diana Schutz interviews Arn Saba, creator of Neil the Horse, Soapy and Mademoiselle Poupee. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #536
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    February 24, 1984. Demand for first appearance of Spider-Man's new costume sends prices soaring; J.M. DeMatteis talks of 'Moonshadow,' Doctor Strange graphic novel; 'Comics Review' seeks new talent to publish. Also in this issue: Advertising Index; The Bitter Half; Classified Ads; Comics in Your Future; Comics Trader; Cosmic Trips; Editorial; Everett True; Fit to Print; Freddy & Eddy; I Cover the Newsstand; Kitz 'n' Katz; The Law Is a Ass; Oh, So?; Rayguns, Elves; What, Where & When.

  • Issue #537
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 537

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    March 2, 1984. Another Rainbow to publish 'Little Lulu' sets; Marvel-Gerber pact clears way for Howard the Duck movie; William Crawford dies, SF editor and publisher; Barry Windsor-Smith to draw double-size 'X-Men' issue. Also in this issue: Advertising Index; The Bitter Half; Classified Ads; Comics Trader; Dan T's Inferno; Editorial; Everett True; Fit to Print; Freddy & Eddy; Hall of Fame; Brian Hayes; The Law Is a Ass; Oh, So?; Rayguns, Elves; To the Drawing Board; Trufan Adventures; Viewsbreak; What, Where & When; Year of Jubilo.

  • Issue #538
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    March 9, 1984. Pacific to publish early work by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster; "D'Arc Tangent" creators split up, each may do title separately; Captain Thunder illustration by Don Newton and Jerry Ordway; Never rob an artist - sketch by Jim Sanders III nails thief. Also in this issue: Advertising Index; The Bitter Half; Classified Ads; Comics Guide; Comics in Your Future; Comics Trader; Editorial; Everett True; Fit to Print; Freddy & Eddy; Kitz 'n' Katz; Oh, So?; Rayguns, Elves; Trufan Adventures; What, Where & When; Yoe Ho-Ho.

  • Issue #539
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    March 16, 1984. Dick Giordano calls DC's editorial staff 'complete'; Marvel news briefs; 'Blackhawk' cancelled - group's origin to finally be told in mini-series; Eclipse to ship more frequently in order to get back on schedule. Also in this issue: Advertising Index; The Bitter Half; Classified Ads; Comics Guide; Comics Trader; Dealer Directory; Editorial; Everett True; Fit to Print; Brian Hayes; I Cover the Newsstand; Information, Please; Kitz 'n' Katz; The Law Is a Ass; Oh, So?; Rayguns, Elves; Trufan Adventures; Viewsbreak; What, Where & When; Year of Jubilo.

  • Issue #540
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 540

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    March 23, 1984. David Michelinie leaves 'Indiana Jones,' is preparing Wonder Man mini-series; First Comics sues World Color, Marvel Comics; Marvel news briefs; Superman's 400th issue to be 64 pages, no ads. Also in this issue: Advertising Index; The Bitter Half; Business Watch; Classified Ads; Comics in Your Future; Comics Trader; Dan T's Inferno; Dealer Directory; Editorial; Encyclopedia of Golden Age; Everett True; Fit to Print; Four-Color Comments; Hey Kids! Comics!; I Cover the Newsstand; Information, Please; Kitz 'n' Katz; The Law Is a Ass; Magazine Guide; Oh, So?; Rayguns, Elves; Swashbungler; Viewsbreak; What, Where & When.

  • Issue #541
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 541

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    March 30, 1984. Interview with Bill Mantlo - plans revealed for Hulk, Rom, Cloak & Dagger, 'Swashbucklers'; The British Beat: News from England; Rich Buckler sues Fantagraphics over articles in 'The Comics Journal'; 'Thunder Bunny' #2 to run in 'Blue Ribbon'; 'American Astrology' joins Starlog Group. Also in this issue: Adventures of Superman; Advertising Index; The Bitter Half; Business Watch; Classified Ads; Comics Trader; Dan T's Inferno; Dealer Directory; Editorial; Encyclopedia of Golden Age; Everett True; Fit to Print; Four-Color Comments; Hey Kids! Comics!; I Cover the Newsstand; Kitz 'n' Katz; The Law Is a Ass; Oh, So?; Rayguns, Elves; What, Where & When; Zine Fan.

  • Issue #542
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 542

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    April 6, 1984. $2,000,000 lawsuit - Alan Light sues Gary Groth, 'Journal' for libel; three publishers in trouble - Capital, Texas quit publishing, Comico cuts back; Dargaud to publish 'Beetle Bailey' graphic novels; CBG to offer fan club list. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #543
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 543

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    April 13, 1984. Waldenbooks to carry Marvel and DC comics; Murdoch takeover of Warner thwarted; Marvel news briefs. Also in this issue: Advertising Index; Before Superman; The Bitter Half; Book Guide; Classified Ads; Comics Guide; Comics Trader; Dan T's Inferno; Dealer Directory; Editorial; Everett True; Fit to Print; I Cover the Newsstand; Kitz 'n' Katz; The Law Is a Ass; Oh, So?; Rayguns, Elves; Trufan Adventures; Viewsbreak; What, Where & When.

  • Issue #544
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 544

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    April 20, 1984. Complete Milton Caniff 'Terry and the Pirates' to be reprinted; Comico obtains rights to publish 'Elementals'; 'Modesty Blaise' book available from Titan in the U.S. in July; 'Warp,' 'Mars' cut back to bi-monthly status; Carl Burgos dies, created Human Torch. Also in this issue: Advertising Index; The Bitter Half; Classified Ads; Comics in Your Future; Comics Trader; Dan T's Inferno; Dealer Directory; Editorial; Everett True; Fit to Print; Freddy & Eddy; Kitz 'n' Katz; The Law Is a Ass; Oh, So?; Rayguns, Elves; Trufan Adventures; Viewsbreak; What, Where & When; Year of Jubilo.

  • Issue #545
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 545

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    April 27, 1984. Gerry Conway quits 'Firestorm,' JLA gets new members; E-Man co-creator Nicola Cuti to write issue; artist Norman D. Silveira is killed in traffic accident; results of the second CBG readers' poll. Also in this issue: Advertising Index; The Bitter Half; Book Guide; Classified Ads; Comics Trader; Dealer Directory; Editorial; Everett True; Fit to Print; Freddy & Eddy; Oh, So?; Rayguns, Elves; Trufan Adventures; What, Where & When.

  • Issue #546
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    May 4, 1984. Article by Denis Kitchen on 'Tab'; DC news; signed 'Grimjack' poster is coming; Marvel to produce comic dealing with child abuse; various artists work on 'All-Star Squadron,' 'Infinity Inc.' Also in this issue: Advertising Index; American Comic Strips; The Bitter Half; Classified Ads; Comics Clubs; Comics in Your Future; Comics Trader; Dan T's Inferno; Dealer Directory; Editorial; Everett True; Fit to Print; Freddy & Eddy; The Law Is a Ass; Oh, So?; Rayguns, Elves; Trufan Adventures; Viewsbreak; What, Where & When.

  • Issue #547
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 547

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    May 11, 1984. First Comics switches to $1.25 offset format; 'Thriller' cancelled; Stan Lee to write annual with Jameson wedding story; Joel Edler is CBG ad manager; 'Comics Review' has new publisher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #548
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 548

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    May 18, 1984. Western suspends its Whitman comics line; Pacific kills Silverheels; a look at Dalgoda; Everett True - mourns for the fallen; Dan T's Inferno - readers' title picks; Law Is a Ass - is Scarecrow insane?; Upcoming Comics - what to expect. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #549
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 549

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    May 25, 1984. Ms. Tree leaves Eclipse, goes to Aardvark-Vanaheim; Hal Jordan to quit as Green Lantern; Pacific cancels Bold Adventure; Reuben goes to Arnold Roth; DC Universe series to change characters; Rocketeer story finished, due in June; Epic expansion begins, Dreadstar changes. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #550
    Comics Buyer's Guide (1971) 550

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    June 1, 1984. Offset 'Teen Titans' is a hit, total sell-out in some areas; Everett True cleans house of old jokes; Lawrence Watt-Evans on pre-Code horror; up-to-date listing of upcoming comics; new, enlarged directory of comics clubs; who should pay for super-hero damages? Cover price $1.50.