M. Thomas Inge Collection of Comic Arts Reference Journals
Animation, Popular Culture and Comic Related Journals: Part A
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Tabloid: A Review of Mass Culture and Everyday Life
Magazine featuring a collection of articles and commentary on the state of mass culture in the early 1980s.
Issue: Winter 1981
Take One: Magazine of the Movies
Magazine featuring articles, interviews, reviews, and news related to movies.
|Vol. 5 #12|
|Vol. 6 #4, 8, 12|
|Vol. 7 #2, 4, 6 8,|
Date: November 1977 - July 1979
Take One Newsletter
Brief newsletter featuring news, short articles, and information about movies and directors. Featuring a short article "Comics to Film to Comics."
|Vol. 6 #1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11|
|Vol. 7 #1, 3, 5, 7, 9|
Dates: December 2, 197 - August 15, 1979
Tales From the Laughing Place
Quarterly magazine that explores Disney internationally, taking in depth looks at the theme parks, events, resorts, cuisine, etc. in places such as Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Paris. This magazine is not affiliated with the Walt Disney Company.
Issue: #3, 4
Date: July 2005, October 2005
Magazine featuring comic strips by many underground comic artists such as Ted Richards, Hunt Emerson, Edika, John Dowie and Gilbert Shelton.
Issue: Vol. 1 #1, 2, 3; Vol. 2 #2
Target: The Political Cartoon Quarterly
Magazine featuring commentary and articles about politics with relevant political cartoons.
Issue: #1 - 22
Dates: Autumn 1981 - Winter 1987
Teachers & Writers
Magazine with a focus on helping teachers with fun, innovative and creative ways to teach writing to students. This issue focuses on using comic strips for writing.
Issue: Vol. 8 #1
Tele Time: Telegraph Avenue's Tight, Tuff Little Mag
San Francisco based magazine featuring commentary, short articles, pictures and artwork.
Issue: July 1980, December 1981, June 1982, December 1982
Magazine featuring articles and interviews that have to do with theater arts. A full play is included in each issue.
Issues: July 1958, September 1959, October 1959, February 1960
Thomas Wolfe Review, The
A small journal published semiannually that focuses on all aspects of Wolfe - reminiscences, criticism, bibliography, and news of interest to readers of Thomas Wolfe.
Issue: Vol. 7 #2
Date: Fall 1983
The bi-monthly newsletter for the Pittsburgh Comix Club featuring club news, events, and on going projects.
Issues: Vol. 2 #1, 2 (1981)
A humor magazine that features "stupid comics for stupid people." Originally started as a self published magazine featuring local Atlanta cantoonists' work, Thwak regularly accepts sumbmissions from readers.
Issue: #1, 2, 3, 4
National news magazine that includes articles, interviews, commentary about events from around the world. Featured issues in our collection include articles on Superman at 50, Stephen King, Doonsbury, Peanuts, the Spiderman movie and Art Spiegelman.
Issues: April 9, 1965; August 11, 1967; February 9, 1976; November 15, 1976; October 6, 1986; March 14, 1988; May 20, 2002; February, 7, 2005; April 18, 2005
Tim Johnson MAD Auction
Catalog featuring Mad Magazine related items up for a mail in auction.
Date: September 22 - 23, 2000
Homemade fanzine featuring reader submitted artwork, stories, and comics.
Issues: #1 - 7
Dates: 1968 - 1969
Small, black and white catalog featuring art work by Jeff Jones, Vaughn Bode, Berni Wrightson, etc.
To Be Announced
Canadian bi-monthly magazine featuring Strawberry Jam Comics. It contains a mix of comics, letters, editorials, etc.
Publication produced by County Art Supply Co. featuring an article on "The Art of Cartoons and Comic Strips."
Issue: April 1975
Magazine showcasing new comic strips.
Date: April 1991
Magazine featuring lengthy articles and interviews. Concentrates on different aspects of comic and animation drawing. Special issue featuring 25 years of Batman.
Issues: Vol. 1 #, 2, 3, 4
Date: 1993 - 1994
A Production of the Cartoon Art Museum.
A newsletter containing short articles, industry and museum news.
Date: March 1998
Top Shelf Productions
A Connoisseur's Guide to Fine Comics and Illustration.
Catalog featuring comic titles available for purchase from Top Shelf Publishing.
Train Collector's Quarterly, The
Magazine dedicated to the art of collecting model trains. It features articles submitted by readers. It also discusses all aspects of train collecting from actual sets to tools used for building sets, memories, observations, and history of toy trains.
|Vol. 39 #2, 4 (1993)|
|Vol. 40 #1 - 5 (1994)|
|Vol. 41 #1 - 4 (1995)|
|Vol. 42 #1 - 4 (1996)|
|Vol. 43 #1 (1998)|
"All the Junk Unfit to Print." Bimonthly gag magazine.
Issues: Vol. 1 #1
Date: March 1978
Tabloid style magazine containing "The Collected Trashman" comic by Spain Rodriguez.
Issues: Vol. 1 #1
Treacle (New Zealand)
Magazine featuring mature audience, black and white amateur comic strips, editorials, bios and letters.
Issues: #2, 3, 4
Dates: October 1993, May 1994, September 1994
Free newspaper publication from the Research Triangle area of North Carolina featuring political cartoon reprints, short articles, amateur comics, and advertisements. Issues: Vol. 5 #14 (1993), 21 (1994); Vol. 6 #1 (1994)
Tri-City Today, The
Area guide for Colonial Heights, Hopewell, Petersburg, Ft. Lee, and Chester Virginia. Included are sports, theater, shows, music and TV. Features an advertisement for the animated film The Three Fantastic Supermen.
Issue: Vol. 1 #9
Date: April 30, 1977
Small fanzine featuring short interviews, commentary, and articles.
Date: No date
Bi-monthly magazine featuring satirical comics, article and commentary. Published by Hugh Hefner with Harvey Kurtzman Editor.
Issue: #1, 2
Quarterly magazine featuring articles, short fiction, fantasy art pictorials, and editorials.
Magazine that gives local listings of television shows for a single week time frame offering story line synopsis.
Issue: April 9 - 15, 1977
The Washington Post television supplement featuring listings, highlights, and articles. This issue features the article "Fox's Far-Out 'Simpsons.'"
Issue: 18-24 March 1990
Twilight Zone Magazine
"New Journeys of the Imagination and Always...the Unexpected."
Magazine featuring articles, short fictions, book and music reviews, interviews (Phillip K. Dicks' last interview) that would fit into the mold of other worldly or out of this world a la the television show The Twilight Zone.
Issue: June 1982
Twin Earths Sunday Pages
The Greatest Science Fiction Adventure Strip.
A magazine published three times a year featuring he reprints of Twin Earths Sunday comics strip.
Issues: #4, 5. 7, 8 Dates: 1992 - 1993