M. Thomas Inge Collection of Comic Arts Reference Journals
Animation, Popular Culture and Comic Related Journals: Part P
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Pacific Comics Club Presents...
An oversized magazine featuring long runs of daily strip comics from the 1940s and 1950s.
|"Flash Gordon - Dead or Alive" 5-27-40 to 8-26-40|
|"Prisoner of Ming" 8-27-40 to 11-13-40|
|"Flight to Freeland" 11-14-40 to 2-28-41|
|"Adora of the Forest People" 3-1-41 to 8-23-41|
|"The Scarred Hand" 3 Mar - 22 Apr 1946|
|"The Hicks Formula" 23 April - 24 July 1946|
|"The Mangler" 25 Jul - 2 Nov 1946|
|"Blackmail" 4 Nov 1946 - 22 Feb 1947|
|"The Cormorant" 14 June 48 - 8 Jan 1948|
|"The Bitter Truth" 10 Jan - 21 March 1949|
|"Man's Best Friend" 23 May - 3 Sept 1949|
|"A Pack of Lies" 5 Sept - 3 Dec 1949|
|"White Inferno" 5 Dec 1949 - 25 March 1950|
|"Gunpowder Dreams" 27 March 1950 - 10 June 1950|
|"Buried Treasure" 12 June - 23 Sept 1950|
|"The Missing Nightingale" 25 Sept - 23 Dec 1950|
Date: 1979 - 1980
Magazine/fanzine that features articles, reviews and letters about the art of cartooning. This issue features articles on Carl Barks, Jesse Marsh, and Harvey Kurtzman.
Issue: #2 (Spring 1981)
Journal of the American Paperback Institute. Magazine featuring articles on all kinds (science fiction, western, romance, mystery, etc.) paper back novels.
Issue: Vol. II #1, 4 (Spring, 1979; Winter 1979); Vol. III #1 (Spring 1980)
Tabloid size catalog selling film merchandise such as pressbooks and posters. One issue contains written articles.
Date: No date
Pan Am Clipper
Complimentary in-flight magazine published by the Pan Am Airlines.
Date: August 1980
Newsletter published by Jerry Bails features a listing of "Who's Who of American Comic Books."
Issue: Vol. 11 #34-35
Date: January 1992
Panorama: Television Today and Tomorrow
Magazine dedicated to the realm of television, covering movies, news, shows and events through articles and interviews.
Issue: February 1980, March 1980
Newspaper styled catalog featuring comics and collecting supplies for sale.
Date: No date
Parody: Entertainment for Clods
Bi-monthly magazine that spoofs magazines, movies, and TV. It features comics and fake articles.
Issues: #1 (April 1977), 3 (September 1977)
"The International Magazine for Men."
Gentleman's magazine featuring articles, short fiction, humor, and photography spreads.
Issue: Vol. 2 #4
Date: December 1970
"The International Illustrated Magazine for Men."
Magazine featuring adult oriented comic strips (inclusive and ongoing story lines) published by Penthouse Magazine.
Issues: Vol. 1 #1, 2; Vol. 2 #9, 12 - 18, 20 - 25
Dates: July/August 1994, September/October 1995 - September 1997
Penthouse Men's Adventure Comix
"The Illustrated Pulp Magazine for Men."
Adult oriented magazine styled after old pulp magazines featuring action comics but with the Penthouse spin.
Issues: Vol. 1 #6, 7
Dates: February/March 1996 - April/May 1996
Fantasy adult comic strips published by Penthouse magazine.
Issue: Vol. 1 #1 (July 1996)
Weekly magazine that features articles on famous people and hot news topics. This issue features an article on Woody Allen. There is a comic strip pertaining to Allen included.
Date: October 4, 1976; May 26, 1980
People Weekly Extra: 100 Years of Hollywood
Collector's edition of the popular weekly magazine celebrating the 100th anniversary of Hollywood.
PCAS: Popular Culture Association in the South
Companion program to the PCAS 12th annual meeting sponsored by the University of North Florida.
Issue: October 1983
Pencil Test: the Monthly Bulletin of ASIFA Washington/International Animated Film Association
Monthly newsletter with the purpose of being a more immediate communication vehicle to announce monthlyh shows, activities and other tidbids of animation.
Issue: 1984: January, September
A golden age comic for children of all ages featuring Vincent Fago's Peter Rabbit.
Date: October 1996
Self produced publication that was an out let for the fantasy art of Kenneth Smith. It features many of his illustrations, poetry, stories, comics and editorials.
Issue: #1, 2, 3
Dates: (Summer 1971 - Spring 1973)
Revue Internatinale de la bade dessine'e. The magazine is written in French.
Issue: #1, 3 - 23, 30 - 31, 34, 35, 41
Dates: October 1966 - 1974
Phi Kappa Phi Forum
A quarterly publication released by The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. This particular issue deals with comics aka sequential art. Some of the articles are "Women in Comics," "The Business and Art of the Comic Strip," and "The Funnies and More: The Ohio State University Cartoon Research Librarty."
Issue: Vol. 84 #3
Date: Summer 2004
Philip Weiss Auctions
Auction catalog featuring animation cell, comic books, comic strip artwork, and other related comic/cartoon related items.
Date: March 29th/April 5th (year unknown) March 1992, June 1992, September 1992, January 1993, May 1993, October 1993, June 1994, February 1994, November 1994, December 1995, March 1995, July 1995, April 1996
Magazine dedicated to the genre of horror films. Featuring articles on recent and classic horror films. Also included are columns on fans, fandom, previews, and books.
Issues: 22 - 27
Date: 1972 - 1977
Picsou Magazine (France)
French language magazine full of comic strips featuring Walt Disney characters.
Issue: #93 (1979)
Quarterly magazine featuring comic strips by unsigned comic artists.
Issue: #1 (Winter 1991)
Pittsburgh Comix and Fandom
Fanzine for the Pittsburgh comic scene featuring interviews, articles, amateur comic strips, and portfolios of fantasy art.
Issue: #2 (1975), 1979
Pittsburgh Comix Club Handbook
Half size fanzine chronicling the history of the club, and the Pittsburgh comic convention. Featuring stories, pictures, and artwork.
Pittsburgh Comix Club News
Bi-monthly newsletter style publication for the members of the Comix Club offering information relating to the club and some artwork.
Issues: September 1980, November-December 1980, February-March 1981
Pittsburgh Fan Forum
Bi-monthly bulletin of the Pittsburgh Comix Club featuring letters, thoughts, articles, and reviews of comic related items.
Issue: #40 (March-April 1979)
Pittcon Program Book
Program book for the Pittsburgh Comic Convention featuring articles, interviews, artwork, photos and reviews.
(The New) Pix: Magazine for Men Who Like Action
Men's magazine featuring sexually oriented articles, humor, fiction and pictures.
Issue: Vol. 1 #7, 10 (1965)
Colorful magazine of the late 1970's featuring popular culture items including movies, television, books, comics, and music. Both issues deal with the Spiderman comic series.
Issues: November, December 1977
Planet Collector Magazine
Magazine dedicated to the auction scene detailing what's hot and what's coming up for sale in the near future.
Issue: Vol. 1 #1, 2; Vol. 2 #1 Dates: Summer 2004, Winter 2004, Spring 2005
Planeta Globo (Brazil)
Newspaper style publication featuring short articles, reviews, and illustrations for the major comic publishers. Written in Portuguese.
Issue: January 14, 1996
Mini publication featuring the artwork of the publisher.
Issue: #5, 6 (1977)
Playbore: Unattainment for Men
Satirical take off magazine on the every popular Playboy magazine. Featuring parody articles, column, interviews, and sexually oriented pictures.
Issues: Fall 1983
A magazine with emphasis on satire of the recently introduced Playboy magazine. It features articles, short fiction, comics and pictures all taken from the pages of the original magazine and turned into a farce.
Issues: Spring 1957
Poetry & Erotic Art of Sparrky, The
A Bruce Duncan publication featuring artwork and poetry by a street person named Sparrky.
Pogo is Back!
The Newsletter for Pogo Fans.
Newsletter keeping fans up to date on the world of Pogo through news, announcements, special offers, etc.
|Vol. 2 #2 - 1991|
|Special Election Issue, 1992|
|Vol. 3 #1, 4 - 1992|
|Vol. 4 #1, 2, 4 - 1993|
Pogo: The Okefenokee Star
Magazine dedicated to the Pogo comic strip featuring: reprints of articles about Pogo and articles by the author; reprints of comic strips and panels by Walt Kelly; and some industry news.
Issues: Vol. 1 #1, 4 (Spring 1977, October 1979)
Pogofenokee Swamp, The
Formally The Fort Mudge Most. Features articles and commentary on the Pogo comic strip. Reprints of past strips are included.
Issue: #18 (November 1990)
Pop Art Times: Exploring the World of Comic Book Artistry
Newspaper style comic publication for the Washington DC area featuring articles, pictures and illustrations.
Issues: Vol. 1 #2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 (August 1994 - October 1994) National Edition 1995 - January, February, March
Magazine featuring articles and commentary on various aspects of popular culture in the United States.
Issue: June 1977
Popular Culture: American Cultural Association Northeast Conference
PEPCA annual conference publication featuring a listing of lecture topics included in the conference presented by Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Popular Culture Association Newsletter and Popular Culture Methods
Small magazine style newsletter offering happenings, events and news relating to the Popular Culture Association. One issue features a call by M. Thomas Inge for reference to Melville in popular culture.
Portfolio: The Magazine of the Fine Arts
Glossy magazine featuring articles about the various forms of fine arts - painting, sculpture, furniture, etc. It includes many advertisements.
Issue: May/June 1983
Portfolio: The Magazine of the Visual Arts
Colorful, glossy magazine featuring articles and pictures of various forms of visual art: painting, glass working, maps, sculpture, etc.
Issues: March/April 1981, May/June 1981, July/August 1981, September/October 1981, November/December 1981, January/February 1982, March/April 1982, May/June 1982, July/August 1982, September/October 1982, November/December 1982, July/August 1983
Fanzine with a listing of books about comic books and editorial articles.
Date: No date
Magazine detailing the happenings in the film industry. It features articles, news, reviews, interviews, and happenings.
Issues: March 1988, July 1988
Preview: AFI Theater
Preview guide for movies shown the AFI Theater.
Issues: March 15-April 28, 1983; April 29-June 14, 1983; December 28-February 1, 1983
Preview: The Magazine of Tomorrow's Entertainment
Magazine featuring up coming movies, books, and comic books. It contains articles, pull outs, and short reviews.
Issues: Vol. 2 #1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Dates: July/August 1980 - April/May 1982
Monthly publication by Diamond Comic Distributors contains descriptions and prices for upcoming comics, books, magazines, and other memorabilia.
Issue: Vol. 12 #1
Date: January 2002
Prime Time: Living and Loving After Forty
Magazine directed at people over the age of 40 years featuring articles, fashions, health news, etc.
Issue: June 1981
"In the days of King Arthur" comic written and illustrated by Harold R. Foster.
Print Project Amerika
Oversized free student magazine written by students with the intention of trying to shake things up in America. This issue features the comic, "Let's Get Outa Here" by R. Crumb.
Issue: Vol. 1 #1 (December 1970)
Print Mint Catalog
Catolog with almost 700 items for sale including books, comics, posters, records, postcards, thangkas, and fruit labels.
Date: April 1972, Spring 1975
Fanzine dedicated to the hobby of 8mm film collecting. Features articles, advertisements, and reviews.
Issue: Vol. 1 #2 (June-July 1975)
Produced by Bud Plant, Jim Vadeboncoer Jr. and Al Davoren, Promethean Enterprises is a magazine that featured the best in regular comic art and underground comics from 1969 until 1978.
Issue: #1 (1969), 2 (1970), 3 (1971), 4 (1971)
P.S.: A Lively Look at Your Past and Promise
Bi-magazine featuring articles written in a nostalgic style about past events that shaped people's lives.
Issues: April, June, August
PT Fetish World Newsletter
Newsletter dealing with the fetish of nude pictures of women. It lists ways to obtain for mentioned items.
Issue: Vol. VII NL #79
Date: May 1979
Public Involvement in Land and Water Management: A Carton Guide
Educational and informative magazine published by the Auckland Regional Authority about water and soil conservation.
Magazine for publishers offering articles, industry news, and interviews.
Issue: August 4, 1975
Puck: A Quarterly Newsletter Devoted to the Art & Artists of Political Cartooning
A newsletter featuring articles, commentary, book reviews, and political cartoon panels.
|Vol. I #1, 2, 3, 4|
|Vol. II #1, 2, 4|
|Vol. III #1, 2, 3, 4|
Dates: 1979 - 1981
Pulp Fiction and Poetry
Small literary magazine featuring freelance short stories, poetry and art solely on submissions.
Issue: Vol. II #1, 2, 3
Date: No date
Pulp Price List
Published by the American Comic Book Company, a comprehensive list of pulp magazines in a newspaper style.
Magazine covering the Punk/New Wave movement of the late 1970s in New York. It features articles, interviews, and many original comic strips and artwork. Does offer articles and interviews with comics and cartooners.
Issues: #2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 16, 17
Dates: March 1976 - June 1979
Magazine featuring short works by famous comic personalities such as Will Eisner, Pep Moreno, Gary Hallgren, Mort Todd, Eric Cartier, Bob Camp and many others. All work that is featured is in black and white.
Issues: #1- 4
Small comic magazine featuring articles and reviews about comics and an ongoing comic strip.
Date: January 1990
Magazine featuring pop psychology for the mainstream. An article on R-rated comic books in included.
Date: February 1984