M. Thomas Inge Collection of Comic Arts Reference Journals
Animation, Popular Culture and Comic Related Journals: Part C
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CAAC In Flight Magazine
Bilingual magazine featuring American and Japanese.
Features articles about China and Japan. This is a special issue on the eleventh anniversary of the normalization of diplomatic relations between China and Japan.
Issues: Vol. 2 #4
Cahill & Company
Small publisher's catalog of books and related items for sale.
Camelot' Comic Catalog
Small black and white catalog listing comics for sale.
Date: No date
Camelot's Graphic Gallery
Large catalog featuring original comic art, animation cells, old movie posters, and fantasy art.
Date: Fall 1978
Canada's Best (Canada)
Featuring columns, editorials, stories, and amateur comic strips submitted by readers from Canada.
Dates: possibly 1968
Comic Art News and Reviews.
Independent, non-profit newsletter of fact and opinion featuring artwork, articles, interviews, reviews, commentary, and comics. Looks at different artist.
|Vol. 1||#1 - 12|
|Vol. 2||#2 - 12|
|Vol. 3||#1 - 8|
For the further appreciation of the career of Milton Caniff, this fanzine celebrates the golden age of comic strips by Milton Caniff through articles, news, books and reprint of his comic strips.
Issues: #28 - 41; 44 - 49, 54 - 61, 63 - 78 - 81, 83 - 113, 115, 117, 118
Caniffites Journal Special
Special commemorating the publication of the 100th issue of Caniffites Journal. It features new material for subscribers and an overview for those who are not in the form of articles and artwork.
Flyer offering the latest in Star Wars, Jaws, and Close Encounters of the Third Kind memorabilia for sale. Included are glossy color pictures of Creepy, Eerie and Famous Monsters featuring creates from the movies listed above.
Date: late 1970s
Captain George's Comic World
Newspaper-style publication featuring reprints of classic comics such as The Katzenjammer Kids, Krazy Kat, and Tarzan.
Issues: #1 - 8, 11 - 15, 17 -19, 21 - 40, 42 - 46
Captain George's Penny Dreadful (Canada)
A weekly review of the arts featuring news and reviews on comics, movies, books, and television.
Issues: #338 - 349, 351 - 352, 367 - 370, 376, 383, 385, 390, 402 - 406, 410 - 414, 426 - 429, 431 - 475, 477 - 491, 494 - 510, 512 - 548, 551 - 558, 561 - 570 - 662, 664 - 680
Dates: October 31, 1975 to March 5, 1992
(The New) Captain George's Wizzbang (Canada)
Magazine devoted to golden age movies and comic strips. Featuring articles on older movie stars, nostalgia, pulp books, comic art of the 1940's.
Issues: #7, 13, 15 - 18
Dates: 1970 - 1974
Carl Barks Fan Club
Newsletter detailing club news, announcements, and other related news.
Issue: #1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, Special Christmas Issue, 10, 11, 12, 15, 17, 18 19, 20, 21, 22
Date: November 1999, November 2000, March 2001, July 2001, October 2001, December 2001, March 2002, June 2002, September 2002, December 2002, September 2003, March 2004, June 2004, September 2004, December 2004, March 2005, June 2005
The Journal of Bildegraphics.
Scholarly journal published by the Department of English, Midwestern State University, Witchta Falls, Texas devoted to the study of all relationships between art and fiction/story, the telling of stories with/through pictures.
Issue: No date; Vol. III #8, 10 (January-February, July-September 1980); Vol. IV #11 (January-March 1981)
Features art from The Cartoon Museum Collection reproduced from the original keeping with size and scale. Featuring comic art from several different eras.
Issues: #1 - 4; 1972 Annual; 1973 Annual; 1974 Annual; 1975 Annual
Cartoon Art Guide to San Francisco and the Greater Bay Area
A listing of art supply stores, libraries and comic shops in the San Francisco area provided by the Cartoon Art Museum.
Date: No date
Cartoon Art Museum Newsletter
Official newsletter of the Cartoon Art Museum offering news from the world of comic arts, reports, commentary, and articles.
|Vol. 1||#2 - 4|
|Vol. 2||#1 - 5|
|Vol. 3||# 2, 3, 4|
Dates: Summer 1986 - Spring 1989, March 1995
Cartoon Art Originals
Catalog of original artwork from Walt Kelly's personal collection that is being offered for sale.
Cartooning Portfolio Zero
Publication by the School of the Visual Arts that features the work of unknown cartoonists.
Magazine of Comic Art.
Explores all areas of comic art via articles, reprints and showcases, covering comic art events. Features Ruben Awards.
Issues: Spring 1966, April 1968, Spring 1970, October 1970, April 1972, April 1973, Spring 1974, August 1975, April 1982.
Cartoonist and Comic Artist Magazine
Previously published as The Aspiring Cartoonist.
This a how to break in to the business magazine. It showcases success stories, submissions from aspiring cartoonists, technical advice, book reviews, and market listings.
Issues: #8, 9
Date: No dates
Cartoonist and Illustrators Portfolio
Original art for collectors.
This magazine features artwork by Adams, Chastain, Adkins, Larken, Bama, Gould, Fabian, Rozien, and many others for purchase. It features all types of art work.
Issues: Vol. 3
"A unique quarterly magazine for the professional, the cartoon buff, the student, and all that enjoy cartons."
The magazine features interviews, sample strips and panels, and artwork from featured comic artists.
Issues: #2 - 41, 43 - 95, 97 - 99, 101 - 114, 116 - 122, 124 - 127, 129 - 131, 131(Complimentary Issue), 132-146
Dates: Spring 1969 - March 2000, September 2000, March 2001, June 2001, June 2002, December 2002, December 2003, March 2003, June 2003, September 2003, March 2004, June 2004, September 2004, December 2004, March 2005, June 2005
*Index guide to issues 1 - 120 is found in issue #123
A book size fanzine that specializes in reprints of modern comic strips for enjoyment of the artwork. Reprints include Tarzan, James Bond, Modesty Blaise, and Secret Agent 9X in a larger print format to enhance artwork details.
Issues: #2 - 12
Dates: May 1968 - June 1972
Cartoonist's Market Letter
Featuring cartoons, letters, stories submitted by readers. Focus on freelance cartooning.
Issues: November 1953
The Current Events Education Magazine.
Features news and events from around the world of cartooning.
Issues: Vol. 2 #8, 9, 10, 12
Dates: October/November 1998 - June/July 1999
(The) Cartoon Show
A catalog featuring original works by American cartoonist selected from the Jerome K. Mueller Collection. Introduction by Ray Bradbury.
Issues: November 1973, February/April 1976
Publication of the Cartoon Museum of California.
It features museum news, announcement of exhibitions, artist biographies, comic history, comic art news, and book news and reviews.
|1993:||March, June, September, December|
|2001:||Summer, Fall, Winter|
Cartoony Feller's Digest
A free fanzine featuring comics and stories submitted by readers.
Issues: May 1955
Cascade Comic Monthly
Featuring news from in and around the comic world, up coming issues, interviews, articles, and comics.
Issues: #1 - 20, 22-23
Dates: March - 1978
An oversized comic reprint magazine featuring long runs of Casey Ruggles daily comic strips from the 1950s. Published by Western Wind Productions.
|"The Hard Times of Pancho and Pecos"|
|"King of the Horsemen"|
|"The Whisperer" 1-19-50 to 1-4-50 and 8-21-50 to 11-18-50|
|"The Marchioness of Grofnek" 1-5-53 to 5-23-53|
|"The Pearl Galleon" 5-25-53 to 1-2-54|
Color sampling of the comics available from Edition Dupuis.
Date: No date
Catalog of Original Cartoon Art
Catalog featuring cartoon art collected by Mark J. Cohen for sale.
Issue: Vol. 2
Date: No date
Catalog of Paperbacks and Selected Media Grades 7 - 12 1974 - 1975
Large catalog offer books for educators directed at the 7 - 12 grades.
Dates: 1974 - 1975
Catalog of Short Films and T. V. Programs
Catalog of short films and TV film reels available for rental from Ivy Films.
Date: No date, possibly late 1970s
Cavalcade of American Comics: A History of Comic Strips from 1896
Color newspaper style guide to the history of American comic strips. Published by the Newspaper Comics Council, Inc.
A Gentleman's magazine featuring humor, interviews, photo essays, fiction and monthly columns.
Issue: Vol. 13 #121 (July 1963)
Catalog specializing in animation cel art.
Issues: Holiday Sampler 1990, Winter 1992/1993, Summer 1993, Holiday Sampler 1993/1994, Autumn 1994
(The) Center Magazine
A publication of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions.
A bi-monthly magazine that features social, religious, and political articles, commentary, an interviews.
Issues: Vol. 1 #6, 7
Dates: September 1968 - November 1968
The London Central Secondary School weekly information newsletter.
Weekly school news, announcements, personals, trivia, etc.
Issues: Vol. 1 #30 - 33
Dates: May 8, 1972; May 22, 1972; May 29, 1972; June 5, 1972
The magazine of higher learning.
This magazine features commentary, editorials, and reports pertaining to the state of higher education in the United States and the world.
Issues: June 1974
A new age magazine out of San Francisco featuring articles on herbs, spirituality, fasting, etc.
Showcasing the finest in continuity comic strips.
Newspaper style magazine featuring reprints of comic strips including: Tarzan, Wonder Woman, Buzz Sawyer, On Stage, Modesty Blaise, Thimble Theater, Terry and the Pirates, Gordo, Little Orphan Annie, Johnny Hazzard, Alley Oop, Gani, and Dick Tracy. The magazine also includes a serialized unpublished novel, The Flame Horror, by Lester Dent. There are editorials, commentary, and original strips.
Issues: #1 - 6
Dates: June 1980 - November 1980
A fanzine published by Charlton showcasing their artist's work. Features full comic strips, portraits of super heroes, and commentary.
Sexually explicit magazine featuring articles, photographs, humor, etc. This issue has a special issue comic book, R. Crumb's Carload O'Comics, included.
Issue: Vol. 1 #5
Date: December 1976
Fanzine featuring contributed artwork, comic panels, comic strips, poetry, and short stories.
Official art, literacy, and feature magazine of Clemson University.
This magazine features the 1981-1982 creative writing competition winners. Other forms of artwork as also featured.
Issues: Winter 1982
Bi-monthly magazine that features social commentary and views on culture, journalism, music, screen, American scene, etc.
Issues: Vol. 3 #4, 5; Vol. 4 #1, 2
Dates: July/August 1979 - March/April 1980
Quarterly magazine featuring articles, reviews, news and notables in the world of film of television.
|Vol. 4 # 1, 3, 4|
|Vol. 5 # 1 - 4|
|Vol. 6 # 1, 3, 4 (issue 4 is part of a double issue including vol. 7 #1)|
|Vol. 7 #1 - 4 (issues 3/4 are a double issue)|
|Vol. 8 #1 - 4 (issues 2/3 are a double issue)|
|Vol. 9 #1 - 4 (issue #1 features artwork by H. R. Giger; 3/4 double issue)|
|Vol. 10 #1 - 4|
|Vol. 11 #1 - 4|
|Vol. 12 #2 - 6 (issues 2/3 and 5/6 are double issues)|
|Vol. 13 #1 (features E. C. Comics' Creepshow)|
|Vol. 14 #1 - 5|
|Vol. 15 #2, 3|
|Vol. 21 #1, 4|
|Vol. 23 #5|
|Vol. 24 #3/4, 5|
|Vol. 28 #1, 2, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12|
|Vol. 34 #3/4|
Dates: 1975 - 2002
Entertainment catalog that lists and describes American and foreign films of quality.
Glossy color magazine devoted to action, adventure, and science fiction in television and movies. It covers up-coming movies and TV shows and special effects through articles, interviews, reviews and columns. One issue is devoted to "The 20 Most Influential Science Fiction Films of All Time.
|Vol. 1 #1 (July 1995)|
|Vol. 2 #6, 9 ( March, June 1996)|
|Vol. 3 #4 (January/February 1997)|
Catalog listing available films for rental purposes.
Dates: 1977 - 1978
City Limit Comix
Small sized self-published collection of short comic strips.
Issues: #1, 2
Date: February 1978, April/May 1980
City Limits Gazette
It is a small supplemental fanzine to City Limit Comix. It features brief articles, advertisements for fanzines, self-made comics and cartoons, editorials, letters, news and reviews.
Issue: Vol. 1 #1 - 8, 10 - 12
Date: 1980 - November 1984
The Magazine of the Library of Congress. It contains a cover story titled "From the Yellow Kid to Yellow Journalism."
Date: May/June 1995
Classic American Comic Strips
Special preview issue for an ongoing twenty-two volume series about the development of newspaper comic strips.
Date: Spring 1977
(The) Classic Collector
Magazine for serious collectors, investors, and hobbyist. Features
the article, "The funnies are funnier than ever... a report on comic
Issues: Vol. 1 #1
Dates: Fall 1973
Classic Comics and Crosswords
Features reprints of comic strips along with two crossword puzzles.
|Vol. 1 #1, 5, 6, 7, 8|
|Vol. 2 #1, 2, 3, 4|
Date: No date
Fanzine devoted to reviewing and critiquing Classic Illustrated comics. Contains letters, ads, and articles.
Date: Winter 1982
Classic DC Graphic Novels Catalog
Catalog featuring numerous well known, classic DC Comic titles for sale in graphic novel form.
(The) Classic Reader
This fanzine features news and other fanzine articles about Classic Reader Comics and Classic Illustrated. This issue has an article from the Richmond Times-Dispatch on the demise of Classic Illustrated.
Issues: February 15, 1983
Catalog listing the prices of early copies of novels considered to be classic such as Huckleberry Finn, Wuthering Heights, and Red Badge Courage.
Date: May/June 1990
Classics Collector's Club Newsletter
Detailed newsletter concerning any and everything pertaining to Classic Comics. Detailed publishing information on specific issues, listing of people associated with Classic Comics, letters, news, crossword puzzles, article reprints, stories, and quizzes.
Issues: Vol. 1 #1 - 3; Vol. 2 #1
Dates: April 1972 - July 1972, January 1973
Close Encounter of the Third Kind
Official authorized edition magazine guide to the movie.
In depth articles on the movie featuring story line, behind the scenes, pictures, cast members, and special effects.
A newsletter for members and friends of AFI.
Published by the American Film Institute.
Features news surrounding the AFI, movie news, awards, air and release dates, exhibition schedules, and happenings in the world of film and television.
Issues: Fall 1992, Spring 1983
Magazine devoted to the art of stop motion animation geared toward fans and practitioners of the art.
Issues: #1, 2
A newspaper of the Arts for Art's sake.
A southern Californian regional newspaper that covers art festivals, concerts, art showings. Features articles about events, art happenings around the region, and offers the reader a listing of art events in the area.
Issues: #1-5, 11 - 29
Dates: May/June 1975 - Summer 1978
Program for a production of the play in honor of Irving Berlin's 100th birthday.
Issues: April 15, 1988
(The) Collected Trashman
Newspaper style collection of Trashman comic strips by Spain Rodriguez.
Issue: Vol. 1 #1
Date: No date
Fanzine featuring articles, commentary, reader submissions, artwork, convention reviews and stories.
Issues: #12 - 13, 16 - 19, 24 - 29
Dates: 1968 - 1972
Magazine devoted to toy train collecting. Contains informative and historical articles. Letters and response section for submitting questions or asking for help from other readers. Features a comic on the back cover of each issue.
|Vol. #16 #1,2 (1993)|
|Vol. #17 #1-4 (1994)|
|Vol. #18 #1-4 (1995)|
|Vol. #19 #1-4 (1996)|
|Vol. #20 #1-4 (1997)|
|Vol. #21 #1 (1998)|
Collector's Dream (Canada)
Monthly magazine that features editorials, articles, comic strips, and reader submissions.
Issues: #2 - 5
Dates: 1977 - 1978
Collector's Press, Inc.
Catalog featuring coffee table books about popular culture art in the 20th century.
Issue: Fall/Winter 1997-1998, Spring 2001, Fall 2001, Fall/Winter 2000/2001
(The) Collector's Showcase
America's Premiere Pictorial Magazine for Collectors.
A magazine for diehard collectors. Covers all aspects of collecting. Showcases a featured collector's item.
Issues: May/June 1984 - January/February 1989, February/March 1995
(The) Collector's Quarterly
Exclusive magazine for the members of The Collector's Guild. Covers painting, lithographs, artists, commentary, and articles.
Dates: No date
le Collectioneur de Bandes Dessinées (France)
Covers American cinema, comics, music, art in columns and articles. In French.
Issues: January/February 1983
Mail-order catalog that sells clothing and merchandise featuring recognized characters such as Snoopy, Goofy, Elmo, Betty Boop, and the M&M's.
Issue: No date
Colorful magazine featuring articles, previews, columns, and price guides for non-gaming cards, toys, and other comic collectibles.
Date: October 1996
Quarter fanzine showcasing the best in amateur Canadian comic work.
Issues: Vol. 1 #2
Date: unknown - late 1960's/early 1970's
Comedy & Entertainment
Magazine featuring articles, humor, and club scene. This issue contains the article: "Critic's Corner: Comic Books Part 1: The History of the Funny Pages."
Issues: August 1987
Comic and Crypt (Canada)
A fanzine featuring opinion, commentary, interviews, and articles.
Issues: #5, 6
Date: November 1971, July 1972
Comic Art (Italy)
Italian magazine specializing in articles and comics. Written in Italian.
Comic Art Collection
A newsletter from the Russel B. Nye Popular Culture Collection at Michigan State University.
The purpose of this newsletter is to gain communication about the Comic Art Collection and public art collecting. The newsletter include news, correspondence, list and projects dealing with active collecting.
Issues: #7-8, 13, 15, 20, 24, 28-29, 31, 33, 36-45
Dates: August 2, 1980 - December 1991
Comic Art Convention Program
Features articles on guest of honor and keynote speakers, portfolio of featured artist, and interviews.
Dates: 1971 - 1977, 1979
Comic Art Showcase
Quarterly illustrated catalog of original comic art for sale. Featured items include strips, covers, and panels.
(The) Comic Art Showcase
Journal devoted to articles and showcases as a forum for fan talent.
Issues: #1, 5
Dates: April 1970
Comic Art Studies
A newsletter from the Russel B. Nye Popular Culture Collection at Michigan State University.
A quarterly newsletter that includes a listing of comic scholars including M. Thomas Inge, suggestions on teaching comic art, and courses offered.
Issues: #22, 23, 53, 55
Dates: May 1984, August 1984, June 1994, December 1995
Comic Art Update
Catalog featuring all forms of graphic art: comic, fantasy, horror, adult/pin-up, and children's.
Issues: January/February 1997
Comic Book Artist
Comic book size magazine featuring editorials, interviews with important comic artists, and portfolios of artwork.
Issue: Vol. 1 #1, 2, 3, 5 - 25; Vol. 2 #2, 3
Date: Spring 1998 - July 2001, March 2002, June 2002, July 2002, October 2002, December 2002, April 2003, June 2003, October 2003, March 2004
Comic Book Artist Bullpen
"A new 'zine-slash-newsletter featuring some of the finest creators in the field of sequential art" published by RetroHouse Press, an independent publishing imprint by Comic Book Artist editor Jon B. Cooke and his family.
Issue: #1, 2, 3/4, 5/6
Date: December 2003, January 2004, February/March 2004, April/May 2004
Comic Book Artist Special Edition
Yearly comic book size magazine featuring editorials, interviews with important comic artists, and portfolios of artwork.
Date: December 1999
Comic Book Collector
The Most Complete Monthly Comic Price Guide.
Featuring price guides for comic cards and comic books, short articles, and a preview guide for up coming issues from the various publishers.
Issues: Vol. 1 #3, 6, 10
Dates: March, June, October 1993
Comic Book Guide for the Artist - Writer - Letterer
Small guide offering advice on creating comic books from art, writing scripts and lettering. Also included is a detailed outline of the Comics Code. Published by Charlton Comics.
(The) Comic Book Marketplace
Articles on collecting, prices of comics for sale, advertisements, commentary, and the art of collecting.
Issues: #4, 6 - 10, 13 - 22, 30 - 33, 34 - 52, 54 - 62, 64 - 68, 70- 73, 75, 77 - 79, 81 - 94, 99 - 107, 109 - 112, 114, 116, 119, Collector's Issue #1
Dates: 1991 - 2005
The Comic Book Price Guide
Prices guide for comic books dating 1933 - present. Special collector's reproduction of Overstreet's Comic Book Guide #1 1970 as part of the Overstreet Giveaway Gimmick.
Date: July 1993
Comic Book Profiles
The Magazine about Comic Book Professionals.
Magazine featuring articles about and interviews with the major names in the comic book industry. Also included is artwork and timelines. Each issue is devoted to a single writer/artist with supporting interviews with other comic personalities.
|1999: Summer, Summer, Winter|
Comic Career Newsletter
Publication for aspiring comic writers and artist. Issued monthly with advice, articles, interviews, industry tips, job market outlook, and portfolio of new artist works.
Issues: #1 - 4
Dates: April 1988 - July 1988
Comic Cellar (Canada)
Fanzine/adzine for comic prices in Canada. Features an interview with Bob Overstreet.
Comic City Giant Catalog
Newspaper style catalog featuring a list of comics for sale, reprinted comics, and advertisements for comic conventions around the country.
Comic City Weekly
Home produced fanzine featuring readers letters and advertisements, and articles.
Articles, price guides, reviews, and in depth articles on The Spirit.
Date: No date
Quarterly magazine featuring articles, interviews, previews, and price guides.
Date: No date
Monthly fanzine featuring reader's letters, editorials, commentary, and advertisements.
Issues: 12, 14 - 16
Dates: February 1967 - December 1967
(The) Comic Co-op Classifieds
Bi-monthly newspaper that covers news, new releases, new products, samples of artwork and classified advertisements relating to the field of comics.
Issues: Vol. 1 #1 - 10(three is mislabeled as #2)
Dates: March 1997 - December 1997
A fanzine that covers local comic conventions, articles, sample artwork by comic artists (professional and amateur), reader contributed articles, comic related issues and history of comics.
Issues: 7, 10 - 17
Date: No date
Magazine featuring an Independent Spotlight, comic reviews, interviews, samples of original comic strips. This magazine specializes in small and independent comic publishers.
Issues: Vol. 1 #1 - 10; Vol. 2 #1 - 3
Dates: October 1993 - February 1995
"Newsletter of the Association of Comics Enthusiasts."
Legal page size newsletter containing editorials, checklists, reprinted newspaper strips and artwork.
Issue: Vol. 1 #1, 7, 8
Comic Detective Research Society (CDRS)
Fanzine devoted to detective comics featuring editorials, reviews, reprints, and an interview with Alfred Andriola.
Issues: #1, 2
Date: April 1972, Summer 1972
Emphasizing the Fun in Reading Comids.
Small journal featuring reviews of specific issues in a comic book series, such as "Iron Man" #128 reviewed by Merrill Singer and "Beware! The Claws of The Cat" #1-4 reviewed by J. Kevin Carrier.
Issues: Autumn 1994
The Magazine of Comic Books and related fields.
Featuring articles, editorials, commentary, and comic related news.
Date: Nov. 1971
Comic news headlines, animation news, interviews, fanzine reviews and ratings, and coming comic attractions.
Issues: #1 - 13, 16 - 18
Changes to bi-monthly: July/August 1984 - November/December 1985
Changes to monthly: January 1986, April 1986 - August 1986, October 1986 - June 1987
Collector's Editions: Interviews #1; Heroes #2
Dates: March 1980 - June 1987
Fanzine featuring humor, articles commentary, editorials, and folios of Frazetta and Foster.
Date: September 1969
"Top Illustrated Fiction from Around the World."
Magazine featuring stories told in a black and white comic format over several issues.
Issues: #1 - 5, 9
The official newsletter of the DCTC.
This newsletter features articles, editorials, short strips, and convention reviews.
Issues: Vol. 1 #2
Comic Media (United Kingdom)
Fanzine that features articles, commentary, reprints, interviews, and checklists.
Issues: #1 - 2, 7 - 11
Date: No date
Comic Media News (United Kingdom)
Amateur non-profit magazine that features editorials, news from Marvel, DC Comics, and other smaller publishers.
Issues: May/June 1976, August/September 1978
Monthly Japanese-comic magazine. The comics are typically written completely in Japanese, but there are a some that are translated into English.
Issue: February 1989
A bi-monthly fanzine featuring ads of comics for sale; articles and artwork contributed by readers, satirical articles, dedicated to comics, comic news, and recommended reading.
|Vol. 1 #10, 11 (March/April, May 1962)|
|Vol. 2 #2 (February 1964)|
Large magazine that is similar to the Comics Journal in style. It features articles, artwork, interviews, columns, and editorials.
Issue: Vol. 2 #1, 2, 3, 4
Date: 2000 Spring, Fall 2001 Spring, Summer
Comicology (The Best of)
A fanzine featuring past covers - many now professional artists, article reprints, interviews, and comic strips.
Black and white professional style fanzine that features articles and artwork about golden age comic strips published by R. C. Harvey.
Date: No date
(The) Comic Reader
The Academy of Art Fans and Collectors.
Fanzine that covers news relating to all publishers with a concentration on DC Comics and Marvel. It covers issue previews, new comics, new dealers, and fanzine reviews.
Issues: #1, 69 - 77, 89 - 94, 98 - 127, 130 - 132, 143 - 182, 200, 205 - 215, 217, 219
Dates: 1968 - 1984
Magazine featuring reprints of social commentary, articles, weird news, editorial comic panels, and popular comic strips such as: Farside, Calvin & Hobbs, Doonsbury, Bloom County, Washingtoon, and Life in Hell.
Issues: #18, 22, 46 - 50, 60 - 77, 99 - 121, 125 - 140
Dates: July 1985 - July 2001
Comic Research Library Newsletter
Canadian newsletter featuring news tidbits, recent library acquisitions, bibliographic listings, etc.
|Vol. 5 #2 August 1997|
|Vol. 7 #2 December 1979|
|Vol. 8 #1 July 1980|
(The) ComicsNewsletter featuring artists profiles and artwork, editorials, letters, and quotations. Issues: 1993 Vol. 4 #8 - 11 1995 Vol. 6 #2 - 12 1996 Vol. 7 #3 - 7, 9 - 12 1997 Vol. 8 #1 - 12
(The) Comics as an Art Form!
Exhibition guide to a presentation put on by the UNLV Art Department featuring 70 years of sequential artwork in the form of comics.
Date: 29 March - 24 April 1975
Comics Buyer's Guide
Over-sized, weekly magazine featuring articles, advertisements, classified advertisements, and comic shop directory. Also known as The Buyer's Guide for Comic Fandom in early issues. Changes from weekly newspaper format to monthly magazine with issue #1595.
Issue: # 90, 105 - 116, 193, 230, 241 - 244, 351, 352, 535, 539 - 541, 543, 549, 554, 555, 723 - 743, 949, 1000, 1004, 1041, 1184 - 1256 - 1258, 1364 - 1368, 1371, 1372, 1374 - 1431, 1433 - 1466, 1520 - 1525, 1527 - 1542, 1544, 1545
Dates: Jan. 2 1976 - Feb. 6 1976, July 29, 1977, April 14, 1978, June 30, 1978 - July 21, 1978, Aug. 8, 1980 - Aug. 15, 1980, Oct. 16, 1987, Nov. 30, 1987 - Feb. 12 1988, Jan. 24, 1992, Jan. 15, 1993, Feb. 12, 1993, Oct. 29, 1993, Jan. 3, 1997 - Dec. 26, 1997, Jan. 7, 2000 - Dec. 21, 2001, Jan. 2002 - June 2003
2004: #1595, 1596, 1597, 1598, 1599, 1600, 1601, 1602, 1603, 1604, 1605, 1606, 1607, 1608, 1609, 1610, 1611, 1612, 1613
Comics Buyer's Guide: Annual
An annual collection of articles about the state of the comics industry and price listings.
Dates: 1992, 1995
Comics Buyer's Guide: Price Guide
Bi-monthly magazine featuring a half and half format: one half articles about comics and collecting guides; second half a price guide for current comics.
Issues: January 29, 1973
|1991 January, April, July|
|1992 January, April, July, September, November|
|1993 January, February, April, June|
|1994 April, June, August, October, December|
A magazine featuring articles about comics and a price guide published four times a year.
Issue: Fall 1985
Discussion of occult in comics, fan reviews of Comic Art Convention 72 in New York City. Features original comic strips and artwork.
Published monthly by Comic Shop News, features previews of upcoming comic issues.
Issue: #1, 2
Date: June, July
A magazine exploring the world of comics featuring industry news, interviews, columns and feature articles.
Issues: Vol. 1 #1
A magazine featuring reprints of comic strips: Shoe, Mother Goose & Grimm, Outland, Pogo, Quigmans, Ernie, Bizarro, The New Breed, and The Neighborhood.
|Vol. 1 #1 - 2|
|Vol. 2 #3 - 12, 14, 16 - 26|
Dates: 1989 - 1991
Bi-monthly magazine featuring editorials and news about comics and a consumer guide.
Issue: #37, 38, 57
Date: 1985 - September/October, November, 1987 - Fall
Quarterly journal published by the Society for Strip Illustration. It features editorials, guest editorials, articles, reviews, graphic stories, etc.
Issue: #1, 2
Date: 1992: Spring, Summer
(The) Comics Interpreter
Magazine featuring interviews with comic book writers and artists, essays about the world of comics (such as "Defining the Superhero"), and comic art. Issue: Vol. 1 #4, 5, 6; Vol. 2 #1
Magazine featuring interviews with writers, artists, colorist, editors, publishers, distributors, and other individuals associated with the world of comics.
Issues: #1 - 25, 27 - 36, 38 -47, 51 - 99, 101 - 120, 124 - 129, 131 - 150
Comics Interview Catalog
Black and white catalog featuring back issues of Comics Interview, Comics Express, Comics Review and a small assortment of graphic novels. Can work as an index to Comics Interview by providing a very short summary of what is in each issue for backordering purposes.
Issue: #1, 2 Date: 1991
Comics Interview Super Special: Big Bat Book!
Special Edition of Comics Interview devoted to the release of Batman Returns.
Comics in the Classroom
"The Newspaper Comic Council, Inc. sponsors Comics in the Classroom,
a suggested program for reading and learning created with the cooperation of
newspaper editors and comic strip cartoonists... " This newsletter
offers a variety of ways to incorporate comics in to the classroom setting.
Date: 1974, 1991
Small black and white zine featuring various articles about comics from around the United States.
Date: No date
(The) Comics Journal
A comprehensive magazine featuring interviews, editorials, articles, various columns, underground comics, and cinema.
Issues: #37 - 73, 75 - 93, 95 - 176, 178- 203, 205 - 209, 212 - 215, 219, 220, 222, 224, 227, 228, 230 - current
Dates: February 1977 - current
(The) Comics Reader*
"The Not Just Comics Newsletter."
Quarterly publication that features news about the upcoming releases of comics, graphic novels, merchandise etc. as well as price listings.
Issues: Vol. 1 #1
Dates: June/July 1990
Comics Research Library Newsletter (Canada)
News relating to comics, book announcements, book reviews, and the preliminary listing of titles, artists, etc. in The Encyclopedia Dictionary of Comics.
Issues: Vol. 5 #2 (August 1977); Vol. 7 #2 (December 1979); Vol. 8 #1 (July 1980)
Reprints of a month's worth of comic strips featuring Garfield, Bloom County, B.C., Peanuts, Spiderman, Flash Gordon, Beetle Bailey, Hagär the Horrible, Marvin, Batman, The Born Loser, Frank & Ernst, Wizard of ID, and Blondie.
Issues: 1-12, 15, 17 - 49, 70 - 89, 91 - 120, 122 - 135, 168, 172
Dates: up to 2000
Comics Review Annual
This magazine is celebrating Comic Review's return to monthly publishing.
Issue: Vol. 1 #1 (also RCR#21 1/2)
Magazine dedicated to reprinting comic strip story runs from various decades. Some of the strips featured include: Tarzan, Flash Gordon, The Phantom, Buz Sawyer, and Krazy Kat.
Issues: #136 - 163, 168 - 235
Dates: 1997 - 2005
Comics Revue Presents
A quarterly magazine dedicated to reprints of a specific comic. This issue features Modesty Blaise.
Magazine devoted to comic books from all eras featuring articles, letters, reviews, and interviews.
Issue: #23, 33
Dates: December 1991, May 1993
Comic Shop News (CSN)
Newspaper type newsletter that features comic related news, new series, interviews, and hot picks for the month.
Issue: #139, 140, 171, 334, 402, 412, 674, 749
Comic Shop News: Collector's Guide
CSN's guide to collecting comics featuring a glossary, brief history, picks, articles about the hobby, grading guide, etc.
A bi-monthly magazine produced by the creators of Starling Magazine dedicated to enhancing the comic scene. Features articles, interviews, commentary, comics, movies and television.
Issues: Vol. 1 #1 - 11 (January 1981 - 1983); Vol. 2 #8 - 11 (1988); #9 - 10, 12 - 37, 39 - 50
Comics Scene 2000
Revamped comics magazine featuring lots of articles and color pictures. The magazine focuses on all things in the current comic scene including movies from comics.
Date: September 2000
Comics Scene Yearbook
An annual supplement to Comics Scene featuring new interviews and classic articles.
Fanzine produced 'for' the comic fans and by comic fans!
Featuring golden and silver age comics, unique classified advertisements for buying and selling comics, articles and features, guides and tips for successful comic collecting.
Issues: #9, 18 - 29
Dates: May 1994, March 1995 - February 1996
Comics: The Golden Age
Magazine featuring hero profiles, Golden Age portfolio, articles, interviews, and reprints of all Golden Age comics.
Date: May 1984
Comic Strip News, The
Weekly newspaper that features comic strip reprints. It features strips such as: Star Wars, Terry & the Pirates, Little Orphan Annie, Dick Tracy, and Wonder Woman.
Issues: Vol. 1 #1 - 19
Dates: 1980 - 1981
(The) Comic Strip Showcase
Bi-weekly newspaper featuring comic strips reprints. Basically the same as The Comic Strip News.
Issues: #1 - 2
Dates: No date
Comics Values Monthly
Monthly magazine featuring comic card and comic book pricing guides, articles, interviews, and advertisements.
Date: November 1992
Educational program published by TIME, and written by freelance critic Gina Mallet, that explores the history and evolution of comics.
Comics Anthology Magazine. Glossy color magazine featuring a mixture of articles, interviews and short comic stories.
Issue: Vol. 1 #2, Autumn/Winter 2003
(The) Comic World
Bi-monthly comic slanted fanzine featuring reader submitted articles and artwork, advertisements, and offers a grading system of comic books.
Issues: Vol. 1 #4, 8 - 12
Dates: No date, but possibly late 1960s
Formally Nostalgia Collector.
Bi-monthly fanzine featuring reprints of news articles and film reviews dealing with a specific film. This issue if Sherlock Holmes.
(A) Comiczine Listing
A list of all comic slanted amateur publications between March 1961 and October 1971 stating title, publisher and number of issues.
Issue: December 1971, March 1972 (Additions)
Bi-monthly newspaper created to fill the void of non-graphical comic fanzines. Contains news, articles, spotlights, and advertisements.
Issues: #1 - 6
Dates: November/December 1972 - September/October 1973
Offers a place for non-professionals to publish and showcase their work.
Issues: #1 - 3
One page newsletter/fanzine dedicated to underground comics featuring reprints.
Issues: #5, 7, 9, 14 - 15, 17 - 33, 36 - 57
Dates: December 1981 - December 1987
One page newsletter/fanzine underground and alternative comics. Featuring comic releases, reprints, commentary, and advertisements. Spotlights the artwork of comics.
Issues: #44 - 48, 50, 52, 56 - 63, 66, 67, 78 - 90, 109 - 114, 150 - 179, 188 - 189, 196 - 202, 205 - 207, 224 - 228, 230 - 238.
Dates: April, 1976, September 1976 - November 1984
Bring the World of Entertainment into Your Home.
Catalog featuring items relating to pop culture icons from the 1950s to the present.
Comparative Culture Study Series - Department of Alien Anthropology
"Costume and Clothing as a Cultural Index on Darkover."
Illustrated clothing guide to the Darover fantasy book series in collaboration with the author of the series, Marion Zimmer Bradley.
(The) Continental Historical Society
"Chronicling the Progress of "the Greatest Literary Controversy of all Time."
Newsletter exploring the response to Queen Victoria's Alice in Wonderland.
Date: Fall 1992
Older issues of the popular women's magazine featuring stories and articles by Winston Churchill, Pearl S. Buck, Ernest Hemingway, and J. D. Salinger. (March 1961)
Second issue features teenage/young writers, and a lengthy article on censorship. (August 1959)
Dates: August 1959, March 1961
Newsletter from Helena, Montana featuring comics by Stan Lynde, question and answer section, discussions by Rick O'Shay, and art prints.
Issues: #4, 6, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 17
Dates: June 1992, Spring/Summer 1994, January 1996, September 1996, July 1997, January 1998, April 1998, August 1998
"A Magazine on the Art of Staying Together."
Magazine featuring articles about couples and relationships of all kinds, shapes and forms. Published by the editors of New York Magazine.
Humor magazine in the same vein as Mad Magazine published by Dell Publishing featuring jokes, comics, and artwork poking fun at current popular culture.
Issues: 115, 125, 129, 141, 148, 149, 152, 153, 154, 155, 159
Dates: March 1973, July 1975, November 1975, May 1977, January 1978, March 1978, May 1978, September 1978, October 1978, November 1978, May 1979
Cracked Collector's Edition
Issue of the humor magazine devoted to "Mork from Ork."
Program for the Creation Comic & Science Fiction Convention. It features artwork, happenings over the past year, artist showcases, and previews.
(The) Creative Adventure
Fanzine that focuses on the comic scene. Featuring art, interviews, and contributed articles.
Date: No date
Original Comic Art for Sale. Newsletter style listing for original Sunday strips, animation art, comic related books, Disneyana, etc.
Issues: 1974; 1976; September 12, 1977; November 2, 1977; March 15, 1978; May 1, 1978
(The) Crime Stopper's Textbook
The Original Fanzine for Dick Tracy Fans and Collectors.
Fanzine dedicated to Chester Gould and his strip, Dick Tracy. It features reprinted strips, articles, and editorials.
Issues: Vol. 2 #10
Dates: December 1994
Crimmer's: The Harvard Journal of Pictorial Fiction
A magazine that features contributed essays, interviews, and articles by famous artist, illustrators, cartoonist, filmmakers, and authors.
Issue: Winter 1975
Crimmer's: The Journal of the Narrative Arts
Formerly Crimmer's: The Journal of Pictorial Fiction.
Magazine that features contributed essays, interviews, and articles by famous artist, illustrators, cartoonist, film makers, and authors. This issue features the article "Little Nemo" written by M. Thomas Inge.
Issue: Spring 1976
Cross and Crescent: An Educational Journal
The AXA Classics.
Magazine exclusive to the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity featuring editorials, member news, and interviews with some of the more successful members. This issue has an interview with Chester Gould and Will Geer.
Issue: May 1974
Crumb Comic Portfolio
Magazine featuring strips, portraits, articles, and photo albums.
An extensive guide with reviews of films, theatre, music, dining, shopping, radio and television for the New York City and surrounding area.
Issues: January 20, 1972 - August 26, 1972
Collection of unusual and off beat articles and ads on specific topics unique to that issue. Features reprints of articles and ads, fanzines, homemade magazines and reader contributions.
Issues: #1, 3 - 14
Dates: 1978 - 1981