M. Thomas Inge Collection of Comic Arts Reference Journals
Animation, Popular Culture and Comic Related Journals: Part I
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Small fanzine featuring science fiction comic strips by the publisher.
Issues: #1, 2, 3
Dates: 1971 - 1972
I Like Comics
Magazine dedicated to alternative and small press comics. It features articles, interviews and artwork. Issue number one features an interview with Julie Doucet.
Date: No date
Magazine of Research, Scholarship and Creative Achievement at the University of Missouri-Columbia features articles on Kerby Miller, the benefits of grapes, and the work of underground comic artist, Frank Stack.
Issue: Vol. 8 #1
Date: Spring 2004
Fanzine featuring reader submitted articles and drawings about various comics.
Ilustracion+ Comix Interacional (Spain)
Magazine featuring comic a number of comic strips all in Spanish. Contains a strip by Will Eisner.
Date: September 1983
Illustration Collectors Newsletter
Newsletter directed towards collectors of illustrations offering the services of consignment and selling.
Issue: Vol. 7 #1
ImageTexT: Interdisceplinary Comic Studies
A web journal dedicated to furthering comic scholarship in a variety of disapolines and theoretical perspectives.
Issue: Vol. 1 #1, Spring 2004
A fanzine that makes fun of itself. It features mostly unfinished sketches by semi-pro and pro comic artists.
A newsletter published every few months in between issues of AFTA-The Magazine of Temporary Culture.
Issue: #1, 4
Date: August 1978, December 1979
Industrial Heritage U.S.A.
"A Bicentennial Exhibition: The Evolution of American Industry."
This magazine chronicles the history of some of the greatest inventions since the beginning of the United States. Some of the inventions include photography, soda, telephone and air transportation.
"The Guide to Alternative Comix and Film."
A magazine that caters to comics that are considered alternative to the usual mainstream movie and comics. It features articles on various topics faced by alternative publications and movies. It also features lengthy interviews with those connected with alternative comix and movies.
Issues: #16 - 18
Fanzine featuring on reader submitted artwork, comic strips and fiction. Heavy concentration on the artwork.
Issues: #4, 5
Dates: 1972, 1973
Museum of Cartoon Art published newsletter. Offering museum news, recent acquisitions, short articles, comic art, and letters.
|#1 - 12 (Fall 1975 - Spring 1978)|
|Vol. 1 #1, 2 (Spring - Summer 1993)|
|Vol. 1 #1 (Spring 1994)|
|Vol. 1 #5 (Summer 1994)|
|Vol. 1 #8 (Summer 1995)|
|Vol. 1 #11 (Spring 1997)|
|Vol. 1 #12 (Summer 1997)|
|Vol. 1 #13 (Fall 1997)|
|Vol. 1 #17 (Winter 1998)|
|Vol. 1 #18 (Spring 1999)|
|Vol. 1 #19 (Summer 1999)|
|Special Issue 1997|
"Cartoon and Comic Art Studies."
Black and white magazine featuring articles focusing on topics that surround comic strips, and the associated artwork.
Issues: Vol. 1 #1 - 3 (1994); Vol. 2 #1 (1995)
Free fanzine to anyone in the cartooning business. It offers tips and strategies for cartooning and getting published, and many examples of cartooning work.
(The) Inside Collector
Magazine dedicated to the art of collecting. If features articles on collections, things to collect, collectibility, and how to keep collections.
Issues: Vol. 1 #5, 6, 8, 9; Vol. 2 #2, 3
Dates: 1990 - 1994
Quarterly magazine published by Galaxy News Service, Inc., featuring news, articles, columns, reviews, and previews of comic books and graphic novels.
Issue: Vol. 1 #1, 2, 3
Date: 1974: Spring, Summer, Fall
Monthly magazine published by Double Barrel Productions, Inc., featuring previews, reviews and articles about comic books and graphic novels.
Issue: Vol. 1 #1
Date: June 1992
Magazine featuring interviews, features, and previews of must-buy comic issues.
Issue: #1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
Dates: 1993 March, May, June, July, Aug, Sept, Oct, Nov, Dec 1994 Jan
Magazine published by Dark Horse Comics to serve as an outlet for comic previews, convention information, and news relating to Dark Horse Comics.
Dates: March 1992, April 1992, May 1992, June 1992, July 1992, August 1992, December 1992, September 1993, October 1993, November 1993, December 1993, September 1994, October 1994, May 1995
"The newsmagazine for specialty retailing" features industry news, product news, and market reports for comic book and other specialty retailers.
Dates: October 1995, July 1996, August 1996
International Animated Film Society
Annual yearbook of the Annie Awards presented by the International Animated Film Society (ASIFA-Hollywood) celebrating that year's recipients.
Dates: 1974 (inaugural issue), 1975
(The) International Comic Book Co. (Canada)
Newspaper style catalog offering old issues of comic books for sale. Organized by publishing companies.
Issue: #48, 49 (1989), 50
Humor magazine that contains articles, comic and letter spoofs on politics, celebrities, and national events.
Issues: September 1976, November 1976, January 1977, March 1977
International Pop Culture
Magazine that takes an in-depth look at the impact of mass communications on various cultures. Three issues a year, two devoted to a study of a particular culture, and the remaining issue serves as a yearbook. Issues include India and the Phillipines.
Issues: Vol. 1 #1, 2; Vol. 2 #1
(The) International Wizard of Oz Club, Inc.
Yearly membership directories listing member's contact information. Also includes a breakdown of memberships by city/town for each state.
Dates: 1974 - 1980, 1983, 1985 - 1988
Newsletter featuring interviews, articles, news shorts, and animated cells for sale.
Date: Fall 1991
Magazine with tasteful nude pictorials as well as reviews of art and fashion, features on travel and sports, reports on the latest accoutrements and lifestyle, entertaining fiction and informative non fiction.
Issue: Vol. 1 #1
Date: June 1974
IRIS: a Journal about Women
An University of Virginia Women's Studies Department magazine that features articles, book reviews, fiction, poems and news concerning women's issues.
Date: Fall/Winter 1988
It's a Comic Book Folks!
Self-published comic book that parodies popular comic books of the time period.
Issue: #1,2, 4, 5,
Date: 1966 - 1969