M. Thomas Inge Collection of Comic Arts Reference Journals
Animation, Popular Culture and Comic Related Journals: Part L
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Publication directed toward people of Hispanic decent. Featuring editorials and articles on national interests, entertainment, and special features.
Issue: September 1973
Quarterly publication of the Exxon Corporation shareholders. It is a magazine that features articles about world interest, corporation interest, and human interest. Many colorful pictures.
Issues: Winter 1981, Centennial Issue - Spring/Summer 1982
Last Gasp (almost) Monthly Newsletter
A sporadically published newsletter with news, publication schedules, and going-ons at Last Gasp.
Issues: February 1998, March 1998, April 1998
Last Gasp Catalog
20th Anniversary catalog featuring the best of adult cartoon art published by Last Gasp.
Date: Summer 1988, Spring/Summer 1989, Winter 1989-1990, Winter 1991, Spring-Summer 1992, Winter 1992-1993, Spring 1993, Winter 1993, n.d. 1995, February 1998, March 1998, April 1998
Last Gasp Import Booklet
A Guide to Foreign Publications.
Catalog of comics from England, France, Germany, and translated Manga.
Date: No date
Magazine dedicated to showing people who to put humor in their lives. Loaded with quotes and articles. It gives examples and humor to use in different situation. Published quarterly.
|Vol. 1 #1 - 4|
|Vol. 2 #1, 4|
|Vol. 3 #1 - 4|
|Vol. 4 #1 - 4|
|Vol. 5 #1 - 2|
Dates: 1983 - 1988
Magazine featuring humor in comics and people. Rating of celebrities for their laughter appeal.
Issue: February 1976
Laughter and Stress
Published by The Laughter Project at the University of California, Santa Barbara as an Educational Programming Handbook for the College Community. It teaches readers how to reduce stress by laughing more.
Issues: February 1985
"Avenging World Series" by Steve Ditko. It is a black and white publication featuring graphic exploration of an overall theme for the issue. Letters and advertisements are also included.
Canadian fanzine featuring news on comic artist and any movie that is science fiction or fantasy related. It does feature a few reader-submitted articles and illustrations.
Issues: #12/13, 14
Dates: Summer 1972, Fall 1972
French catalog featuring international comics and graphic novels.
L'Echo des Savanes (France)
French humor magazine featuring comic comics. Written in French.
Lectures Pour Tous (France)
French magazine featuring a lengthy article on French comic artist and international artists. It features several examples of French versions of American comics such as Popeye, Henry, G. I. Follies (Beetle Bailey).
Date: Summer 1974
Legion Outpost, The
Magazine published "pseudo-quarterly" by Harry C. Broertjes; it features interviews, comics, and reviews.
Issue: Vol. 1 #1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Date: June 1972, November 1972, January/February 1973, Summer 1973, Fall 1973, Winter 1974, Spring 1974, Summer 1974, n.m. 1975, Spring 1981
Le Journal de Mickey (French)
French Mickey Mouse magazine featuring short articles, advertisements and lots of Walt Disney comics.
Date: September 1985
"The Nostalgia Magazine."
Magazine featuring reprints of articles from years gone by. Winter 1973 features a lengthy article on comic, "The Great Cartoons of the Century."
|1971 Summer, Fall, Winter|
|1972 Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter|
|1973 Spring, Summer. Fall, Winter|
|1974 Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter|
|1975 Spring, Summer, Fall|
|1976 Spring, Summer|
Libros: De La Sociedad Espanola De Critica De Libros (Spain)
Newspaper style journal of literary criticism.
Date: February 1983
Photographic journal of life around the world with a concentration on the United States.
Dates: 1972 - The Year In Pictures; 1978 (October)
The Magazine for Richmond and Central Virginia.
Featuring articles on people, places, events, entertainment, and restaurants in and around the Richmond metro area.
Issues: October 1976, June 1977
The Review of Academic Life.
Magazine that features articles relating to college level academic life and featuring the articles "Art Spiegelman on Publishing in Poland" and "Pow! Wham! Permission Denied!" (Batman).
Date: March 2001, July/August 2001
Monthly magazine featuring reprints of Peanut comic strips along with other Italian comic strips in Italian.
|1971 June, November|
|1972 January - December|
|1973 January, February|
Literature & Film
A program of films from novels, short stories and plays with manuals to aid in th e teaching of Literature, Composition and Film.
Literature through Film
A brochure published by Paramount picures listing films adapted from books, includes a synopsis of each adaption.
Little Orphan Annie Reader
A newsletter that is designed to generate and publish information concerning Little Orphan Annie. It contains articles, questions/answers, advertisements, and pictures.
Date: August 26, 1980
LocA forum based magazine of comic fandom that is dedicated to criticizing, analyzing, and responding to articles and opinion essays of previous issues.
Issues: #1 -2, 4 - 6
Dates: 1980 - 1981
Log of the Starship Aniara
General topic zine published in Richmond, Virginia. It features editorials by the author, review of other zines, submitted articles, letters, etc.
Date: April 1976
Look Mom Presents: The Previous Future
A magazine that features short comic stories covering different genres.
Issue: Vol. 1 #1
Look and Learn
Fact and fiction magazine.
Date: 29 July 1978
Comic fanzine featuring an interview with Peanuts' creator Charles M. Schulz.
Date: January 1969
Los Angeles International Animation Celebration
Guide to the first Los Angeles International Animation Celebration, which is a showcase and competition festival for animated films.
Date: September 25 - 29, 1985