M. Thomas Inge Collection of Comic Arts Reference Journals
Animation, Popular Culture and Comic Related Journals: Part E
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Early American Life
Magazine published by the Early American Society. Articles about life, people, places, and furniture that was popular in early America.
Issue: October 1972
(The) EC Collector Illustrated
Fanzine devoted to the horror comics published by EC Comics featuring history and background stories.
Bi-monthly magazine featuring a variety of fantasy and science fiction comics.
Issue: Vol. 1 #3, 4, 5, 6
Date: November 1981, January 1982, March 1982, July 1982
A magazine dedicated to covering world politics, current affairs, business and finance, and science in the United States. Superman featured on the cover.
Issue: March 2, 1985
Magazine dealing with the state of education in the United States through articles, how to lesson plans, and commentary.
Issue: May/June 1965
(The) Electric Company
The magazine companion to the popular PBS television show. Features comic strips for children, informative articles, educational games and activities. This issue features Spiderman on the cover and the article "Behind the Scenes with Spidey."
Issue: May/June 1975
Electronic Gaming Monthly
Colorful magazine devoted to the world of gaming featuring articles, game reviews, previews, etc.
Date: February 1999
Homemade fanzine featuring comic strips and articles that are reader submitted.
Issues: #1 - 3, 56
(The) English in Line: A Cartoon Celebration
Publication from the Centre of the Study of Cartoons and Caricature: University of Kent at Canterbury featuring cartoons making fun of the British way of life.
A homemade fanzine from the Chicago area featuring comic strips, stories, and artwork.
Date: October 1968
Magazine focusing on science fiction and fantasy in the movies. This issue includes an article about fantasy artist William Stouts work for Conan II.
Issue: September 1984
Catalog featuring items for popular movies, TV shows, gaming, Barbie, and animation.
Issue: Summer 2002
Entertainment This Month
Magazine that features the latest in comics available from all the major and independent publishers. Some brief synopsis given for various items.
Issue #4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 44, 80
Date: August 1989, September 1989, October 1989, December 1989, January/February 1990, May/June 1990, June 1993, June 1986
Entertainment This Month Catalog
Catalog modeled after the monthly magazine featuring comics, comic cards, and other related items for sale.
Issue: Spring 1993
Magazine covering movies, television, books, music, theatre, and other forms of entertainment. Featuring the articles "Drawing on the Classics" looking at artist Bill Sienkiewicz art for Classics Illustrated, "The Funnies" looking at the evolution of the comic strip and "Gentlemen's Club" about The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.
Issue: March 9, 1990; October 5, 1990; April 5, 2002; July 26, 2002
The magazine of Graphic Illusions. Formally Beyond Infinity. This fanzine features reader submitted work in the form of articles, interviews, short strips, and portfolios.
Italian magazine featuring Donald Duck on the cover with lengthy related article on Donald and his family for his 40th Birthday.
Date: May 1984
The domain of Edgar Rice Burroughs is dedicated to his Tarzan works. Features articles, critical essays, and strip reprints.
Issues: #47 - 48, 54, 58, 80, 81
Dates: 1971 - 1975
Color catalog featuring erotic comics from around the world.
Issue: #N/A, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 21, 23, 24, 25, 2003 update, #28, 29, 32, 33
Dates: 1993-1994 , 1996, Summer 1998, Winter 1998, Spring 1999, Summer 1999, Winter 1999/2000, Summer 2000, Summer 2001, Winter 2002, Spring 2002, Spring 2003, Winter 2003, Spring 2004, Summer 2004, Spring 2005, Summer 2005
A gentleman's magazine featuring articles, short stories, and comics with photographic spreads of nude young women dispersed through each issue.
Issue: June 1956
A bi-monthly magazine published in the United Kingdom that features comics and articles and reviews about comics.
Issue: # 14, 18
(The) Escape Supplement to the Exhibition
A supplement to cartoon art exhibitions published by the bi-monthly UK magazine, Escape.
Exhibition: Comic Iconoclasm (18 June - 12 Sept. 1987); The Black Island: Britain in Bandes Dessinées (March 2 - May 1988)
Esquire, The Magazine for Men
Magazine covering various aspects of male interest including: sex, cars, sports, fashion, fiction and comics. *June 1971 issue features a history of comics with Harvey Kurtzman. January 2005 issue features a strip by Chris Ware.
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|1972 March - July, September - December|
|1973 January - October|
|1974 January - July|
|1976 September, October, December|
|1977 June, December|
|1981 August, December|
The Magazine for Today's Black Woman.
Featuring articles directed toward African-American women concerning fashion, health, trends, and fiction. Also featured is poetry by renowned poet Ron Wellburn.
Issue: July 1971
Offset printed fanzine featuring comic news for DC and Marvel, up coming issues, reviews, columns, and reader submitted work.
Issue: July 1971
Etcetera and The Comic Reader
Combination of the two fanzines featuring comic news, comic previews and reviews, and reader submitted work.
Issues: Ectetera: 10, 11
The Comic Reader: 77, 79, 80, 84, 85
Dates: December 1971 - May 1972
Eternity: Science Fiction
Science fiction magazine irregularly published by Stephen Gregg features submitted work of fiction, poetry, and artwork.
Issue: Vol. 1 #2
(The) "E" Ticket
Glossy magazine that evolved from a single color fanzine featuring single issues devoted to a theme within the Disney realm on a quarterly basis.
Issues: #7 - 23, 25 - 27, 30 - 40, 42; Annual 1991
Dates: Summer 1989 - Spring 2003, Spring 2005
European Cartoonist 1 (Italy)
Magazine written in Italian and English featuring comic art, articles and portfolios of the top European comic artists.
Date: Summer 1984
Eurotica presents Sizzle (adults only)
Magazine featuring sexually explicit cartoons.
Issue: #9, 14 - 16
Magazine featuring articles, fiction, comics, poetry, satire, commentary, and music (mostly jazz).
Issues: #41 - 45, 55, 69
Dates: June 1966 - July 1968, August 1969
(The) Everyman Flyer
A newspaper style magazine from Colorado Springs, Colorado featuring artwork and comics by local artists, articles, local news and happenings, and blueprints for building various objects and structures.
Issues: #1 - 6
Homemade fanzine handwritten featuring amateur strips, and an interview with Jack Kirby.
(The) Eyebeam Observer
Features the comic strip Eyebeam from Austin, Texas.
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|Vol. 2||#1, 2|
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Dates: No dates
Newspaper style of comics and magazines available for auction.
Date: 1985, 1986. 1987