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A&W Publishing ⋅ 1975
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$35
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$90
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$350

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Fanzine with cover and art by Dave Stevens

Back cover art by Neal Adams

Carl Comics ⋅ 1977
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$18
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$60
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$180

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Early cover art by Dave Stevens (inks)

Antarctic ⋅ 1995
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$3
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$9
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$35

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Final issue

Fanzine dedicated to anime and manga

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$15
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$50

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60-page fanzine named after the Fan-Addict Fan Club and Convention

Interior includes an article about the horror genre in comics, Graham Ingels and an article title 'The Rarest EC of Them All?'

Independent ⋅ 1970
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$15
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$50
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$170

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Back cover displays the rejected cover art by Steve Ditko of Amazing Fantasy #15 (Spider-Man's first appearance) which was later published as a variant of The Amazing Spider-Man #700

Preview image of Conan the Barbarian, preceded the first Marvel issue

Madison Publishing Company ⋅ 1984
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$4
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$12
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$45

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48-page science fiction fanzine inspired by EC comics

Fantagraphics ⋅ 1983
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$15
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$150

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First artwork by Todd McFarlane in the letters column of a comic-related publication (fanzine)

Circulation of the fanzine during this timeframe was approximately 11,000 copies

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$12
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$45

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192-page special examining swamp-related comic book characters, their origins on-and-off page and prevalence among many publishers

Includes interviews with creators including Len Wein, Bernie Wrightson and Mike Ploog who contributed to the introduction of Swamp Thing, The Heap, Bog Beast, Man-Thing and others

Original retail price: $21.95

Marvel ⋅ 1973
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$5
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$18
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$75

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Cover art by Jim Steranko

Featured articles and checklists pertaining to Spider-Man

Biographies of Gil Kane, John Romita and Frank Giacoia

Independent ⋅ 1971
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$10
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$30
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$100

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An independently-published magazine produced by fans but authorized by Marvel Comics

Included interviews, features of upcoming projects, character bios and comic strips

Fantagraphics ⋅ 1994
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$2
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$8
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$20

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Cover art by Jeff Smith featuring Bone

Interview with Mike Diana, creator of the independent comic book series Boiled Angel and first person to be convicted of 'artistic obscenity' in the United States

Antarctic ⋅ 1994
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$9
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$35

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1st unofficial appearance of Mothra

Sentai is an American fanzine celebrating Japanese pop culture

Independent ⋅ 1987
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$1
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$5
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$15

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Cover art by Stan Sakai featuring Stan Sakai

Quarterly-published fanzine with a two-page article on Sakai

Marvel ⋅ 1975
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$9
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$25
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$90

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Cover art by Jim Starlin

Back cover art by John Byrne titled The Hands of Shang-She, Mistress of Kung-Fu featuring female versions of Shang-Chi, Iron Fist and Fu Manchu

Independent ⋅ 1987
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$0
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$0
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$0

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First published image of Tank Girl in a single-page, interior illustration

Atomtan was an independently-published, photocopied fanzine

Value unknown

Fantagraphics ⋅ 1995
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$12
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$40
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$125

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Cover art by Frank Frazetta

Comics Interview ⋅ 1990
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$4
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$12
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$40

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Cover art by Sam Kieth

Independent ⋅ 1983
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$9
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$20
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$90

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Cover art by Dave Stevens featuring Rocketeer

Interview with Dave Stevens

Comics Interview ⋅ 1985
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$12
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$45

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Cover art by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird

Interview with Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird

Comics Interview ⋅ 1987
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$45

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Cover art featuring Usagi Yojimbo

Interview with Stan Sakai

Comics Interview ⋅ 1994
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$25

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Interview of Frank Miller and Todd McFarlane who collaborated on a 1994 one-shot featuring Batman and Spawn

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Preview of Captain Britain in a British fanzine

Interior explanation of Captain Britain’s creative development as Marvel’s first original content made for the British market

Preceded the first appearance of Captain Britain in Captain Britain #1 (October 1976)

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$5

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Prototype of Captain Britain in a British fanzine

Cover appearance of 'an unknown British superhero' according to interior notes

Preceded the first appearance of Captain Britain in Captain Britain #1 (October 1976)

Warp Graphics ⋅ 1987
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$25
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$90
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$270

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Fanzine anthology of artwork, stories and editorials submitted by fans of the fantasy series Elfquest

Alter Ego ⋅ 1964
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$70
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$220
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$700

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Unofficial cover appearance of Black Adam and the Marvel Family with a text article about the characters’ history by Roy Thomas, one year prior to his first published comic written for Marvel

eBay listings refer to this issue as Black Adam's first appearance since the Golden Age but this publication was a fan-made magazine (fanzine)

Independent ⋅ 1977
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$8
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$80

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Cover art by Frank Miller on a fanzine from 1977

Independent ⋅ 1987
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$18
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$80
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$180

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Includes a 5-page interview with Jack Kirby

Includes poems and letters by Charles Manson

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$150

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Interior pin-up art by Gene Simmons from KISS

Image depicts a spaceship flying over an alien landscape, signed by Klein, his mother's maiden name

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