M. Thomas Inge Collection of Comic Arts Reference Journals
Animation, Popular Culture and Comic Related Journals: Part A
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Hake's Americana & Collectibles
Catalog of items offered for mail in auction featuring buttons, cups, glasses, toys, etc. with political slogans, cartoon/comic characters, and WWII slogans.
Issue: January 1979
Hakes Pin-Up & Glamour Auction
Auction catalog featuring artwork, Playboys, Esquires, etc. for sale.
Date: No date
Hammer's Halls Of Horror
Monthly magazine featuring comic art and editorials about the horror genre of film and print.
Issue: Vol. 2 #11
Date: August 1978
Hamster Press Newsletter
Newsletter detailing upcoming comic fandom book publications by Hamster Press.
Hank & Hannah Comic
A Bruce Duncan self-published collection of his adult oriented strip "Hank & Hannah."
Date: No date
National publication with a long history. Features articles on many predominate issues of the current time. The issues in this collect have articles on writing or publication of novels.
Issues: April 1962, March 1965, April 1965, March 1967, February 1981
The American Humor Magazine.
Spoof magazine based on Harvard Lampoon. Featuring satirical articles, columns, news snippets, comic strips, and comic panels covering politics and entertainment. Some of the features have a sexual undertone.
Issues: September 1974, November 1974, January 1975
(The) Harvard Journal of Pictorial Fiction
The Publication of the Harvard University Comics Society.
Magazine that is dedicated to the scholarly treatment of comics as a narrative art form, published bi-annually. Featuring the articles: "Jack Kirby, Fritz Lang, and Balance" by Thomas A. Durwood; "Comics' New Wave" by Michael C. Young and Richard Foltin; "Film and Comic Art: A Critique of the Purist View" by Armand Eisen; "Bypassing the Real for the Ideal" by Gil Kane; "An American Mythology" by Charles Wooley; and "Reality Character and Comics" by Joseph Dunster-Whiting.
Issue: Spring 1974
Monthly magazine, formerly known as Harvard Bulletin. Articles include "Comix 101b (half term): Why a Duck" about the history and creation of Donald Duck, and "From Ben to Benjaminem" about Benjamin Franklin.
Issue: May 1975
Magazine for and about smoking marijuana. Featuring articles, commentary, and comic relating to smoking marijuana and related issues. In addition, there are reviews of movies, books, and music.
Issues: September 1976, October 1976, January/February 1977
Colorful, glossy adult animated magazine that was brought to the United States from France by the publishers of National Lampoon with heavy leanings toward the realms of fantasy and science fiction. Founded in 1977, taking liberties from Metal Hurlant, early issues center on the comic strips. Later issues branch out to include columns for movie, books, and music reviews. Also included are interviews with various movie, comic and writing celebrities. Short fiction by popular writers such as Stephen King and H.P. Lovecraft were included. Featuring on going comic strips and art work by renowned arts such as: Charles Vess, Vaughn Bode, Moebius, Corben, Giger, Frank Frazetta, Boris, and Gil Bruel. The magazine started as a monthly, turned into a quarterly in 1986, and in 1989 turned into bi-monthly.
|1977: April - December (April is the #1 issue)|
|1978: January - December|
|1979:January - December|
|1980: January - December|
|1981: January - December|
|1982: January - December|
|1983: January - December|
|1984: January - December|
|1985: January - December|
|1986: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter|
|1987: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter|
|1988: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter|
|1989: Winter, March, May, July, September, November|
|1990: January, March, May, July, September, November|
|1991: January, March, May, July, September, November|
|1992: January, March, May, July, September, November|
|1993: January, March, May, July, September, November|
|1994: January, May, July, September, November|
|1995: January, March, May, July, September, November|
|1996: January, March, September, November|
|1997: January, March, May, September, November|
|1998: January, March, May, July, November|
|1999: January, March, May, July, September, November|
|2000: May, July, September, November|
|2001: January, March, May, September, November|
|2002: January, March, May, July, September, November|
|2003: September, November, March, May, July|
|2004: January, March, May, July, September, November|
|2005: January, May, July, September, November|
Heavy Metal (The Best of) #2
Featuring some of the best strips that have been previously been printed in Heavy Metal.
Heavy Metal (The Bride of)
Featuring all new complete comic strips.
Date: No date
Heavy Metal's Even Heavier Metal
Featuring all new complete comic stories.
Heavy Metal (15 Years of)
A special anniversary issue featuring some of the best strips in the 15 year history of Heavy Metal magazine.
Heavy Metal (The Son of)
All new complete story comic strips.
Heavy Metal Presents: Moebius
Special issue dedicated to the artwork of Moebius. Included are a gallery of movie posters, science fiction book advertisements, western chivalry, and soft porn, and a 44-page collaboration with El Topo's Jodorowsky.
Date: No date
Fanzine formally known as Art featuring reader submitted artwork and comic strips. Included is Mo' He'p! a supplement of letters praising Art.
Issue: Winter 1979 - 1980
Reprints of comic strips, photo strips, comic panels, and off beat humor.
Dates: August 1960, March 1965, May 1965, July 1965
Here We Go...
Homemade black and white magazine/fanzine combination featuring letters and lots of artwork. Published by Bruce Duncan.
Heritage: Flash Gordan
Doug Murray, a devoted fan of the Flash Gordan serials from the 50's, created this publication in an effort to revive interest in the Flash Gordan stories after King Comics pulled the comic book in 1966. It contains Flash Gordan artwork, several articles, and an interview with Buster Crabbe.
Issue: Vol. 1 #1a
Heritage: A Journal of Grosse Pointe Life
Magazine about life in and about Grosse Point, Michigan. Articles about travel, leisure, art, activities, etc.
Issue: Vol. 3 #3
Dates: June/July 1986
Magazine mailer for the comic book shop, Heroes Aren't Hard to Find, in Charlotte, North Carolina. It features a comic about the move to the new store location, preview of up coming special issues of comics and news about the local comic convention.
Issue: #1 (May 1982), 2 (July 1982), 3 (January 1983)
Heroes Aren't Hard to Find Comics & Graphics Catalog
Black and white catalog featuring items to be ordered along with news on new releases in comic books and graphic novels.
Issues: #1 - 6
Dates: September 1982 - February 1983
Bi-month official newsletter of ACAFC featuring submitted comic strips.
Date: November 1967
Heroes Illustrated (Fanzine)
Fanzine featuring reprints of articles and comic strips as well as some submitted work. Roughly 1/3 of the issue is a color reprint of Prince Valiant in Spainish.
Date: Spring 1968
Hero Illustrated (Magazine)
Glossy magazine featuring articles, reviews of current comics and comic related software and books, interviews covering all the current and popular comics and publishers.
Dates: July 1993, May 1994, November 1994 - August 1995
7th Holiday Catalog featuring collectibles from the world of rock music, comic strips, comic books and feature films.
Date: 1979, 1981
Magazine featuring fiction, articles, nude photographs of women, comics and jokes.
Magazine devoted to growing and smoking marijuana. Featuring articles, news, commentary, book reviews, and comics. Featuring several articles on comic culture including Freak Brothers, underground comics in Europe, Vaughn Bode, all women comics.
Date: October 1976, November 1976, January 1977, March 1977, April 1977, May 1977
High Times Comix (The Best of)
Featuring samples of work of famous artists such as Paul Kirchner, R. Crumb, Ted Mann and Frank Thorne, Josh and Drew Friedman, Ron Siegel and Dave Sheridan, Peter Bagge, Kim Deitch, Joe Coleman, S. Clay Wilson, Bill Griffith, Spain, Trina Robbins, and Gilbert Shelton and Dave Sheridan.
Issue: Vol. 4
Date: No date
Personalzine from Richmond, Virginia. A young female VCU student writes of her personal experiences, chronicling then for her readership. Featuring artwork from various friends.
Issues: #1 - 4
Hip: Atlanta Sex Ads
Small magazine featuring advertisements, editorials and explicit pictures.
Issue: Vol. 2 #18
American Association for State and Local History.
Featuring articles on various historic places, preservation, and how to.
Issue: Vol. 36 #9
Date: September 1981
History of the Collection of Humor, 1929 - 1969
40th Anniversary guide to a collection of humor by Leopold Fechtner and books he has written about the subject.
History of Photography (United Kingdom)
Quarter magazine featuring articles and portfolios of various photographers since the beginning of the art form.
Date: October - December 1987
The Magazine of the Cartoon Arts.
Magazine devoted to covering the comic arts through articles dealing with comics today and the influence of the past, in depth interviews, artist portfolios, and columns.
Issue: #10, 11
Date: Fall 1994, Summer 2002
Holier than Thou
A large fanzine featuring short stories, articles, artwork and personal accounts of Science Fiction conventions.
Date: September/October 1984
Holland Animation (Holland)
Newsletter in Dutch about animation in Holland.
Issues: #8, 12, 14, 15, 16
Dates: June 1982 - July 1984
Holland Animation Bulletin (Holland)
Magazine dedicated to 10 years of animation in Holland. Written in Dutch and English. Overview of new films, symposium notes, articles, and a listing of animated films produced in Holland.
Holland Animation Film Festival (Holland)
Guide book to the festival. Written in Dutch.
Date: June 1987
Small magazine featuring articles, interviews, reviews of graphic novels, satirical articles, and a heavy dose of comic strips.
Issues: #2 - 5
The Magazine of the Arts.
Magazine featuring articles on a variety of art forms. Featuring the articles "Comic Masters" and "Popeye's Home is a Castle." There is also an extensive article on the city of Richmond in "The Riches of Richmond."
Issues: July 1980 - October/November 1982
Horror from the Crypt of Fear
Small fanzine dedicated to EC Comics. It features articles, history, artworks and reviews.
Date: February 2000
Small homemade zine by Doug Fratz that features his fictional stories.
Date: November 1971
The Offensive Review.
A magazine that comments on political, sexual and American society. It features explicit language and drawings to express the writer's views.
Issues: #1 - 4
Date: 1965 - 1968
(The) Hoosier Hot Line
Pulished by L.C. Dobbins of Henderson, KY, "The Hoosier Hot Line" is a narrative about a train ride across the borders of several states.
Date: August, 28, 1976
Magazine for comic dealers featuring brief previews and synopsis of coming comic by publisher, biographies on writers, and a comprehensive checklist/order form.
Date: November 1995
(The) Hot Rock Glide
Features reprints of the daily newspaper strip "Smilin' Jack" from 1938-1939 by Zack Mosley. Also included are selective sketches from Mosley's sketchbook that predate the comic strip.
Hot Shot Presents
Published by James Glenn of Brooklyn N.Y., "Hot Shots Presents" features comic book stories. Issue #1 features a comic about a crime-fighting quartet similar to "Charlie's Angels" called the "She Devils."
(The) House of Hammer (United Kingdom)
Magazine dedicated to England's Hammer Film Studio. It features articles, comics, news, columns, and letter devoted to the horror genre, specifically Hammer Studios.
Issues: #1 - 3
Howard the Duck
Fanzine featuring complete story Howard the Duck comic strip story lines.
Hubris: A Gazette of the Arts
Newspaper style focusing on books, music, and movies. There is an on going comic strip.
Issue: Vol. 1 #2, 4
Date: February 21, 1973, April 4, 1973
Fanzine published for the Southern Fandom Press Alliance containing reviews, editorials, comments, fan submitted fiction and comic book scripts, and indexes for science fiction manages and artwork of Wally Wood.
Date: March 25, 1971
HUITLOXOPETL: Underground Checklist Supplement
A short synopsis of underground comics with a grading system included. Also included is a checklist.
Humanities Film Forum
The program for the National Endowment for the Humanities history in film. Featuring information on such films as Hamlet, Richard III, Oliver Twist, Ballad of a Soldier, The Cranes are Flying, The Andersonville Trial, and Alexander Nevsky to name a few.
Magazine covering such varied topics as diet, health, education, and tendencies of humans.
Issue: January 1978
Magazine featuring spoofs. Full of comic strips and panels that are typical for the 1950s.
Issue: Vol. 1 # 3, 10
Date: October 1957, June 1958
"A magazine of art and satire."
Magazine featuring lengthy satirical articles, poetry, and cartoons.
Issue: Vol. II #1
The World Journal of Popular Culture.
Magazine catering to trendy young adults. Featuring lots of slick ads for clothes, music, and movies. Many articles and columns devoted to movies, music, comics, and different scenes around the world.
Issue: Vol. 4 #5, 7, 8
Hyst'ry Myst'ry Magazine
Newspaper style magazine that takes old mysteries and history and brings new light on the stale old subjects in the interest of fun.
Issue: Vol.1 #1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6