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Comic Books and Comic

Strips in the United States


through 2005: An
International Bibliography

John A. Lent

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Comic books and comic strips in the United States through 2005 : an intemational
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CONTENTS

Preface vii

1. COMIC BOOKS 1

General Sources 1

Resources 15

Anthologies, Reprints 32

Artistic Aspects 33

Business Aspects 35

Collecting 115

Content, Form 136

Criticism, Reviews 168

Cultural Aspects 179

Exhibitions, Festivals, Awards 199

Historical Aspects 220

Legal and Ethical Aspects 243


vi Comic Books and Comic Strips through 2005

Media, Popular Culture Connections 261

Scholarship, Theory 268

Technical and Technological Aspects 272

2. COMIC STRIPS 281

Resources 281

General Sources 284

Anthologies, Collections, Reprints 289

Artistic Aspects 290

Business Aspects 290

Collecting 296

Content 297

Criticism, Reviews 301

Cultural Aspects 302

Historical Aspects 306

Legal and Ethical Aspects 319

Readership 321

Technical Aspects 322

3. ADDENDUM 325

Comic Books 325

Comic Strips 340

Index 341
PREFACE
This work, along with its complement (Cartoonists, Works, and Characters in
the United States through 2005: An International Bibliography), complete a task
I gave myself in 1986: to provide a bibliographic foundation for comic art
scholarship.
When I self-published Comic Art: An International Bibliography in
1986, there was not much in the way of comic art bibliography, except for a
couple of European works. The interest in my 146-page monograph set me off
on a 20-year venture, first, compiling a four-volume set (two on the United
States [and Canada], one each on Europe and the rest of the world), published by
Greenwood Press in 1994 and 1996, and then another six books (three on the
United States, two on Europe, one on the rest of the world), also published by
Greenwood between 2003 and 2006.
In the foreword to Comic Art of Europe: An International
Comprehensive Bibliography (1994), art historian and comics scholar David
Kunzle alluded to the "Sisyphean labors of John Lent." At the time, I did not
pay much attention to the comment. But, he was right on the mark, for,
everytime I thought I had come near to finishing my task, I was "rolled back" by
avalanches of new sources, especially after the age of the Internet.
Now, countless hours of index cards later, I feel I have earned the right
to summarize the results of these efforts. All told, the ten volumes include
85,106 citations covering 144 countries. The United States accounted for
42,232 entries, broken down by comic books and comic strips, 25,416; and
animation, gag, magazine, and political cartoons, 16,816. There were 26,172
sources on comic art of 41 European countries; 12,002 on 28 Asian countries;
2,306 on Central and South America's 17 countries; 1,118 on Canada; 790 on
Africa (28 countries), 688 on Australia and Oceania (six islands); 409 on Middle
East (11 countries), and 466 on 11 Caribbean territories. In the first four
viii Comic Books and Comic Strips through 2005

bibliographies, 29,105 citations appeared; the number increased to 56,001 in the


most recent six books.
I do not know that these numbers prove anything or even show trends
in comic art scholarship, because of the reservoirs of resources out there,
especially in other languages, still to be compiled. I am constantly made aware
of this as I travel around the world and stumble upon periodicals, papers, and
dissertations/theses on comic art that I previously had not known existed. In
fact, these ten bibliographies have benefited greatly from caches of sources
brought to my attention while abroad.
If this summarization sounds like a swan song, it is not meant to be. I
will continue to record citations as I find them, but I am not very confident that
they will be collected in printed books in the future. It is getting increasingly
difficult to interest publishers to bring out bibliographies; for example,
Greenwood Press, noted for its bibliographies and bio-dictionaries, has phased
out these series. Perhaps future editions of my bibliographies will be online,
self-published, or serialized as part of the International Journal of Comic Art,
which I edit. It does not mean that the field of comic art scholarship will be
bereft of citation indices should printed bibliographies disappear. Increasingly,
online databases appear, headed by the established Mike Rhode and John
Bullough computerized bibliography.
Previously, I have spelled out the organization, objectives, emphases,
and search process of the bibliographies. Because not much has changed, the
reader is referred to the earlier volumes to comprehend why and how the
bibliographies were compiled.
I will also dispense with acknowledgments, because the number of
people I am indebted to has grown enonnously, and should I begin listing, I am
afraid some individuals will be inadvertently omitted. The cartoonists and comic
art scholars who have helped me by granting interviews must stretch to about
500 by now, and the number of graduate students I have worked with in comic
art in universities in the United States, Australia, South Africa, China, Hong
Kong, Japan, Malaysia, and elsewhere, has grown considerably as well. To all
of them, and everyone else involved with this longtime project, in one way or
another, I express my most sincere gratitude.
I have truly been a lucky man to have had such friends and
collaborators and to have been able to spend my life doing, for the most part,
work that was pleasurable and rewarding. .The latter has been especially
important to me, coming, as I did, from a family and community of coal miners
and railroaders who did not have that luxury. It is to them that I doff my hat and
take a deep bow.
1
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378. Millikin, Brian. "Two Tons of Comic Books Donated to UNC's Wilson
Library." Durham Hera/d(North Carolina). Aug. 13,2003.
379. "The New Math." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 24, 2003, pp. 42-43.
(Standard Catalogue ofComic Books).
380. Nilsson, Peter. "Tidskrifter." BUd & Bubb/a. No.2, 2001, pp. 28-29.
381. "Tid Skrift er." BUd & BuM/a. No. 2/3, 1997, p. 63.
382. Scott, Randall W. "Finding Materials on American Popular Culture in
the MSU Libraries: Popular Music, Television, Comics, Popular Fiction,
Movies." How to Find Series. No.9, 1980.
383. Van HeIden, Wim. "Carl Barks Library of Walt Disney's Donald
Duck." Stripschrift. Feb. 1985, p. 58.
384. Viggars, Vince. "Adventure Comics Placed on Microfiche." Cartoon
World. July 1995, p. 9.
385. Wells, Stuart W. ill and Alex G. Malloy. Comics Collectibles and their
Values. Radnor, PA: Wallace-Homestead Book Co., 1996. 360 pp.

Checklists, Guides
386. Arellano, Ruben. "A Stan Sakai Usagi Yojimbo Checklist." Comics
Buyer's Guide. July 18, 1997, p. 46.
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387. Arzaga, Richard. "The Greg Irons Checklist." CounterMedia. Spring


1992, pp. 22-41.
388. Arzaga, Richard. "The Justin Green Checklist." CounterMedia. Winter
1992/1993, pp. 26-45.
389. "Atlas/Seaboard Checklist." Comic BookArtist. Dec. 2001, pp. 120-126.
390. Bernewitz, Fred Von. The Complete E.c. Checklist. Silver Spring, MD:
F. Von Bernewitz, 1963.
391. "A Bone Checklist." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 9, 2001, p. 25.
392. "Buffy Comics Checklist." Comics International. March 1999, p. 12.
393. Cawiezel, Marc H. "The Absolutely, Positively Coolest Mr. Monster
Checklist Ever!" Comic BookArtist. May 2000, pp. 48-49.
394. The Collector's Guide to Newave Comix. Berkeley: Geerdes, 1981.
395. Comico Checklist. Norristown, PA: Comico the Comic Company, 1986-
1987.
396. Comics Buyer's Guide 1994 Annual. 3Td Ed lola, WI: Krause
Publications, 1994. 96 pp.
397. "Comics Consumer Guide." Comics Feature. March 1984, pp. 12-13,
61-66; May 18, 1984, pp. 13-14, 60-64; July 1985, pp. 34-35; June
1986, pp. 40-42; July 1986, pp. 8-9, 25; Aug. 1986, pp. 36-38; Oct.
1986, pp. 8-10; Dec. 1986, pp. 8-9; Jan. 1987, pp. 8-9; March 1987, p.
13; Feb. 1987, pp. 8, 11-13; June 1987, pp. 7-8, 12-13; et al.
398. "Comicspeak: A Glossary Guide to This Issue." The Aspiring
Cartoonist. 1:3 p. 11.
399. "The Complete CrossGen Comics Checklist." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Nov. 10, 2000, p. 25.
400. Goulart, Ron. The Comic Book Reader's Companion: An A to Z Guide
to Everyone 's Favorite Art Form. New York: Harper Perennial, 1993.
193 pp.
401. Hake, Ted. Hake's Guide to Comic Character Collectibles. Radnor, PA:
Wallace-Homestead Book Company, 1993.
402. "Harvey Thriller Checklist." Comic Book Artist. June 2002, pp. 104-
105.
403. Hegenberger, John. Collector's Guide to Comic Books. Radnor, PA:
Wallace-Homestead, 1990.
404. Independent Comix Checklist. St. Joseph, M1: Alternate Concepts, 1995.
64 pp.
405. "Indies A-K." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 1, 1996, pp. 13-24.
406. Ink and Feather's Comic Publisher 's Guide. Herscher, ll...: Ink and
Featllers Comics, 1995.32 pp.
407. Jack Kirby Checklist. Raleigh, NC: TwoMorrows Press, 1998.95 pp.
408. Kirby, Rob. "[Checklist]." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 29, 1994, pp. 16,
18-19.
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409. Kreiner, Rich. "Meet the Comics Press: The Overstreet Comic Book
Price Guide; Comics Scene 2000." ComicsJoumaJ. Aug. 2000, pp. 103-
104.
410. Lim Cheng Tju. "Bubble Speak:: A Comic Fan's SUIVival Guide to New
York City." TheArtsMagazine. (Singapore). Nov. 2001, pp. 54-56.
411. "A Listing of Whitman." Fandom 's Agent. No.4, 1968 (?), pp. 8-9.
412. "A Listing of Whitman Material." Fandom 'sAgent. No.3, 1968 (?), pp.
4-5.
413. Mai Szu. "A Guide to American Comics." Monthly Comic Magazine.
July 1991, pp. 47-49.
414. Malloy, Alex. Comic Values Annual 1993-94. Radnor, PA: Wallace-
Homestead Book Co., 1993.
415. Malloy, Alex G. Comics Values Annual 1997. The Comic Books Price
Guide. Dubuque, 1A: Antique Trader, 1996. 632 pp.
416. Manesis, Dale. "A Listing of Whitman Material." Fandom'sAgent. No.
2, 1%8 (?), pp. 6-7.
417. "Marvel CheckList" Comic Times. July 1980, pp. 74-77.
418. Overstreet, Robert M. The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide. 26th
Edition New York: Avon Books, 1996. 714 pp.
419. Overstreet, Robert M., compo The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide.
30th Edition New York: HarperCollins, 2000. 951 pp. (Includes: Arnold
T. Blumberg, "History with a Twist"; 1. C. Vaughn, "EC, Mad and
Beyond"; 1. C. Vaughn, "It Started with Flash Gordon-Flights to EC &
Beyond with Al Williamson"; Bob's Bizarre Tales"; Robert M.
Overstreet, "Will 2000 Be an Explosive Year?"
420. Richardson, Geoffrey. "The Art Spiegelman Checklist. Part 3: Men's
Magazines." CounterMedia. Fall 1990, pp. 20-24.
421. Richardson, Geoffrey. "The Art Spiegelman Checklist. Part 4:
Miscellaneous Periodicals." CounterMedia. Summer 1991, pp. 32-37.
422. Rozanski, Chuck. "Grading the Grading Guide." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Jan 31, 2003, p. 44.
423. Rozanski, Charles W. The Guide to Dark Horse Comics. Denver, CO:
Golden Marmot Press, 1996.
424. A Summary Guide to DC Comics. Menomonee Falls, WI: M.
Tiefenbacher, 1977.
425. Thompson, Don and Maggie. A Listing of Dell Special Series Comic
Books. Mentor, OH: D. & M Thompson, 1968.
426. Thompson, Don and Maggie, eds. Marvel Comics Checklist and Price
Guide 1961 to Present. lola, WI: Krause Publications, 1994.256 pp.
427. Thompson, Maggie. "Comics Guide." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 26,
1996, pp. 68-69.
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428. Tbompson, Maggie, Michael Dean, Brent Frankenboff, Joyce


Greenboldt, and John 1. Miller, eds. Comics Buyer 's Guide. 1996
Annual. lola, WI: Krause Publications, 1995. 104 pp.
429. "Tower Comics Cbeckist." Comic BookArtist. July 2001, pp. 90-94.
430. Tucbmayer, Henry. "Counter Point: Okay... But I'm Only Buying the
Comics Indexed in Reader's Guide." North Carolina Libraries. Winter
1992, pp. 223 +.
431. Warren. Jon, ed. Wizard 1996 Comic Book Price Guide Annual. 2nd Ed.
Congers, NY: Wizard Press, 1995,288 pp.
432. Wu Yu-Sbeng. "Field Observation." Monthly Comic Magazine, Oct.
1990. pp. 69-72.

Columns on Comic Books


433. Andreasen, Henrik. "USA Nyt." SeriejournaLen.
434. Andreasson. Lars or Robert Welcbbrodt. "Amerikanska Nybeter." BUd
& Bubbla.
435. Beemer, Olav. "Stars & Strips." Stripschrifl.
436. Bits, Ben. "Comics." Stripschrift.
437. Blumberg, Arnold T. "Transatlantic Meditations." Borderline.
438. Boel, Peter or Paul Sprang. "Snapshots." Zozolala.
439. Brady, Matt. "Mass 0' Media." Comics Buyer's Guide.
440. "CBG Comics News." Comics Buyer's Guide.
441. "CBG Page 0' News." Comics Buyer's Guide.
442. Chase, Carol. "Issues." Borderline.
443. "Clipping Service." Comics Buyer's Guide.
444. "Comic Art News." L 'Eternauta.
445. "Comic Books." Comics Buyer's Guide.
446. "Comic News." The Comic Times: Media Showcase.
447. "The Comic Report." Inside Comics.
448. "Comics Community." Comics Buyer's Guide.
449. David, Peter. "But I Digress." Comics Buyer's Guide.
450. Dean. Micbael. "New Comics News." Comics Journal.
451. Delcourt, Del. "Actualite Americaine." Le Collectionneur de Bandes
Dessi1U!es.
452. Doran. Michael. "Scouting Report." Comics Buyer's Guide.
453. "Dot's Entertainment!" Hogan 'sAlley.
454. Draper Carlson. Jobanna. "Ask Answer Lass." Comicology.
455. Evanier, Mark. "Point of View." Comics Buyer's Guide.
456. "Figbting Words." Comics Journal.
457. Frankenboff, Brent. "Juggling Multiple Titles." Comics Buyer's Guide.
458. Greenboldt, Joyce, et aJ. "Information Please." Comics Buyer's Guide.
459. Harvey, R. C. "Newstandings." Comics Buyer's Guide.
460. Harvey, R. C. "Rants and Raves." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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461. "Independent Comics News." Comics Buyer's Guide.


462. "Independent Press." Comic Times.
463. "In the Trench." Borderline.
464. Isabella, Tony. "Tony's Tips." Comics Buyer's Guide.
465. Lent. John A. "The Printed Word." International Journal ofComic Art.
466. Lent, John A. "Speaking in Tongues." Comics Journal.
467. Littlehales, Sarah. "Learning Curves." Borderline.
468. Metzger, Kim. "Media Meanderings. Comics Buyer's Guide.
469. Miller, John 1. et al. "The CBG Circulation Scavenger Hunt." Comics
Buyer's Guide.
470. Nadorp, Michel. "Nieuws nit Amerika." Stripshrift.
471. Nadorp, Michel. "Stars & Strips." Stripschrift.
472. "National News." Comixscene.
473. "Networking." The Aspiring Cartoonist.
474. "News Watch." Comics Journal.
475. "A Page 0' Marvel News." Comics Buyer's Guide.
476. Reynolds, Eric, et al. "New Comics News." Comics Journal.
477. Shipp, Martin. "Man on a Mission." Borderline.
478. Shutt, Craig. "Ask Mr. Silver Age." Comics Buyer's Guide.
479. Sidman, Ray. "The Blmbs." Comics Buyer's Guide.
480. Smith, Andrew, et al. "Canceled Comics Cavalcade." Comics Buyer's
Guide.
481. Vanderwheels, Ton. "Kart Amerikaans." ZozoLala.
482. "j Viva La Comix!" Comics Journal.
483. "What Were They Thinking?" Comics Forum.

Comic Book Press


484. Berona, David. "An Introduction to Beyond Words." Beyond
WordslSunburn. June 1999, pp. 2-3.
485. "Comics Revue Hits Century Mark." Comics Journal. Sept 1994, p. 41.
486. Cooke, Jon B. "The Imp and the Perverse." Comic Book Artist. Fall
1999,p. %.
487. Dionnet. I.-P. "Graphic Story Magazine." Phenix. No. 16, 1971, pp. 61-
62.
488. "Go Straight to Comic Book Heaven." Comic BookArtist. May 2000, p.
112.
489. Horn, Maurice. "Comix International." Heavy Metal. April-Nov. 1980.
490. Kreiner, Rich. "Bring Out Yer Dead: Comic%gy." Comics Journal.
Nov. 2002, pp. 118-119.
491. Kreiner, Rich. "Comics & Games Retailer and The Comics Interpreter."
Comics Journal. April 2002, pp. 97-98.
492. Kreiner, Rich. "Coming Distractions: Previews." Comics Journal.
March 2003, pp. 41-43.
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493. Kreiner, Rich. "Meeting The Comics Press." Comics Journal. Jan. 2002,
pp. 100-103.
494. Kreiner, Rich. "Meet the Comics Press: Alter Ego." Comics Journal.
March 2001, pp. 109-110.
495. Kreiner, Rich. "Meet the Comics Press: Comic Art." Comics Journal.
Jan. - Feb. 2005, pp. 189-191.
496. Kreiner, Rich. "Meet the Comics Press: Comics Book Marketplace."
Comics Journal. Apri12000, pp. 99-100.
497. Kreiner, Rich. "Meet the Comics Press: Jack Kirby Collector; Jack
Kirby Quarterly." Comics Journal. June 2000, pp. 103-104.
498. Kreiner, Rich. "Meet the Comics Press: The/An Odd Couple." Comics
Journal. Dec. 2003, pp. 46-48. (SquaTront, Eddie Campbell's
Egomania).
499. Kreiner, Rich. "Meet the Comics Press: The Weeklies: Comics Buyer's
Guide and The Comic Shop News." Nov. 1999, pp. 29-30.
500. Kreiner, Rich. "Meet the Comics Press: Wizard." Comics Journal. Jan.
2000, pp. 19-20.
501. Tice, Steven. "Welcome to Musings." Musings. May 1993, p. 1.
502. Kreiner, Rich. "Niche Zines: Too Much Coffee Man Magazine and The
Journal ofMadness." Comics Journal. Aug. 2002, pp. 119-120.
Arcade
503 . "Arcade, the Comics Revue Index." Comic Book Artist. July 2003, p.
91.
504. "The Story of Arcade, The Comics Revue. " Comic Book Artist July
2003, p. 65.
Comic Book Artist
505. Cooke, Jon B. "CBA: Phase Two." Comic Book Artist. Aug. 2002, p. 4.
506. Kreiner, Rich. "Meet the Comics Press: Comic Book Artist." Comics
Journal. July 2000, pp. 91-93.
Comics Buyer's Guide
507. "'CBG Doesn't Kiss Butt.'" Comics Journal. July 1995, p. 9.
508. "CBG Says Goodbye to Tabloid Roots." Comics Journal. June/July
2004,p.22.
509. Light, Alan. "Notes from an Empty Office." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Feb. 23, 1996, pp. 46-47.
510. Miller, John Jackson. "Behind the Scenes You Saw: CBG Covers."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 16, 2001, pp. 22-25.
511. Miller, John J. "Weeks of Wonder: Comics Buyer's Guide's Pages
Chronicle Years of Comics History." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 23,
1996,pp. 50-52,54-56, 58.
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512. Miller, John 1. "Weeks of Wonder: 1986-1988." Comics Buyer's Guide.


March 1, 1996, pp. 38, 40, 42, 44.
513. Miller, John 1. "Weeks of Wonder: 1988-1990." Comics Buyer's Guide.
March 8, 1996, pp. 68-69, 72, 75.
514. Shutt, Craig. "Celebrating Double Zero ' Anniversaries. ", Comics
Buyer's Guide. Aug. 16,2002, pp. 34-35.
515. "Sixteen Hundreds: A Look at Comics Buyer's Guide. 'Anniversary'
Issues." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 2005, pp. 106-107.
516. Thompson, Maggie. "What Is Comics Buyer's Guide - and What Is It
Doing Here?" Comics Buyer's Guide. July 3,1998, p. 4.
Comics Interview
517. "Comics Interview Gives Up the Ghost." Comics Journal. Jan. 1996, p.
28.
518. Kraft, David A. "All Things Must Pass: The End of an Era." Comics
Interview. No. 150, 1995, pp. 4-5.
519. Kraft, David A. "Last Word: A Fond Farewell." Comics Interview. No.
150, 1995, p. 146.

Comics Journal
520. Dean, Michael. "Born of Bile, Newswatch Examines Its Own Navel."
Comics Journal. July 2001, pp. 11-13.
521. Dean, Michael, et al. "Timeline." Comics Journal. July 2001, pp. 82-
132.
522. Groth, Gaty. "A Few Scattered Thoughts on 200 Issues (or 174 To Be
Exact) of The ComicsJourna/." Comics Journal. Dec. 1997, pp. 3-7.
523. Harvey, R C. "Getting Straight with History: Little Known Facts and
Reminisces about the Journal." Comics Journal. July 2001, pp. 138-
139.
524. Kreiner, Rich. "The Comics Journal. The DIY Version." Comics
Journal. July 2001, pp. 144-145.
525. Mirck, Jeroen. "The Comics Journal: 200 Nummers Omstreden
Stripkritiek." Stripschrift. May 1998, pp. 22-23.
526. Moore, Anne E. "The Comics Journal's Earliest Years (The Dirt)."
Comics Journal. Sept 2001, p. 28.
527. Spurgeon, Tom. "A Few Notes on the Developing Aesthetic." Comics
Journal. Dec. 1997, pp. 9-12.
528. "25th Anniversary Issue (Special Ego Issue!)." Comics journal. July
2001, 152 pp.
529. Van Kippersluis, Jeroen. "The Comics Journal Met Zilver Omrand."
Stripschrift. Dec. 2001, pp. 24-25.
Comic Books 25

Hogan's Alley
530. Harvey, R. C. "Walking Down the Alley." Comics Buyer's Guide. June
28,2002, p. 23.
531. Kreiner, Rich. "Hogan's Alley." Comics Journal. June 2002, pp. 101-
102.
International Journal of Comic Art
532. Kreiner, Rich. "Meet the Comics Press: International Journal ofComic
Art." Comics Journal. June/July 2004, pp. 132-135.
533. KWOll, Jae-Woong and John A. Lent. "International Journal of Comic
Art Index, Volumes 1-5 (1999-2003)." International Journal of Comic
Art. Fall 2003, pp. 484-519.

Databases, Web Sources


534. "CBG, Comic Base Join to Create World's Most Comprehensive
Comics Databases." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 27, 1999, p. 6.
535. "Grand Comics Database Adopts Character, Elects Board of Directors."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 26, 2001, p. 6.
536. "The Internet Comics Directory." Comics International. March 1998, p.
36.
537. Serchay, David S. "Cornie Book Resources on the Web." Library
Journal. Oct. 1999.

Directories
538. "Comics Clubs Directory." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 12, 1996, pp.
22-23.
539. Greenholdt, Joyce. "Information, Please." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov.
29,1996, p. 51; May 30, 1997, p. 24.
540. Herndon, Larry. "Fandom's Library." Fandom 's Agent. No.2, 1968(7),
p. 8; No.3, 1968(7), p. 6.
541. "Publishers '96." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 23, 1996, p. 36.
542. "Small Publishers Directory (A-C)." Comic Culture. 2:4 (1995), pp. 27-
28.
543. "Small Publishers Directory (A-E)." Comic Culture. Oct. 1994, pp. 16-
17.
544. "Small Publishers Directory (R-Z)." Comic Culture. Feb. 1995, p. 16.
545. "Small Publishers Directory (Updates Plus N-Z)." Comic Culture. Aug.
1994, p. 9.
546. Smith, Andrew. "The Captain's Favorite CQmics: A-Z." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. July 27, 2001, pp. 26-27.
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Indices
547. Becattini, Alberto. Disney Index Comic Books. Florence: Nerbini, 1990.
2 Vols.
548. Becattini, Alberto and Luca Boschi. Disney Index. La Produzione
Sindacata. Florence: Funny Animal Club, 1984. 64 pp.
549. Highsmith, Doug. "Referencing Comic Books: Comic Books in the First
Eleven Editions of Magazines for Libraries." Paper presented at Popular
Culture Association, Toronto, Canada, March 14,2001.
550. Keltner, Howard. Howard Keltner's Index to Golden Age Comic Books.
Detroit: Bails, 1976.
551. Lauck, Johnny and John R. G. Barrett. 1996 Comic Book Index. Battle
Creek, MI: Alternative Concepts, 1996. 483 pp.
552. McNaughton, Reed. "A Partial index to Charlatan." CounterMedia. Fall
1990, p. 16.
553 . Morrissey, Rich. "A DC Birthday Index." Comic Fandom's Forum.
Nov. 1982, pp. 12-15.
554. "The Paper Soldier Index." Paper Soldier. Summer 1979, pp. 8-51. ("Fu
Manchu").
555. Reed, Gene. Only the Good Die Young: A Collection of Short Indices.
Huntsville, AL: G. Reed, 1980.
556. Reed, Gene. This Is an Index: Featuring Contents Listings of DC
Special Blue Ribbon Digest and Jonah Hex and Other Western Tales.
Huntsville, AL: G. Reed, 1983.
557. Russell, Fiona. "Hello/Good-Bye From W & P!" Comic Book Artist.
Sunmler 1999, p. 4.
558. Scelsi, Joseph. "Comic for the Ages." Comic Book Artist. Spring 1998,
p.4.
559. Scott, Randall W. Big Town Key Word in Title Index. Lansing, MI:
Alphabetical Press, 1982.
560. Scott, Randall W. Citation Index to ManJel Comics, 1961-1980: The
Avengers # 1-1 00. East Lansing, MI: for APA-I, 1977.
561. Scott, Randall W. Citation Index to Marvel Comics, 1961-1980: Iron
Man #1-100. East Lansing, Ml: for APA-I, 1978.
562. Scott, Randall W. Seduction of the Innocent Index. East Lansing, Ml:
Scott, 1978.
563. Tiefenbacher, Mike. "Somebody's Gotta Do It... A Portrait of a Lonely
Indexer." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 24, 1997, pp. 56, 58-62.
564. Wormstedt, Bill. Index to Cancelled Comic Cavalcade. Kirkland, WA:
B. Wormstedt, 1982.
Comic Books 27

Libraries, Museums, Galleries


565. Baney, Jack. "New York' s Comic Book Museum at Large." Comics
Journal. Sept. 2002, p. 13.
566. "Beyond the Panels II." New York City Comic Book Museum. Summer
2002, pp. 1, 4.
567. Brady, Matt "Frazetta Fantasia: A New Museum, a New Statue."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 19, 1999, p. 40-41.
568. "Financial Crisis Threatens Kevin Eastman' s Words and Pictures
Museum." Comics Buyer 's Guide. July 25, 1997, p. 8.
569. IIartman, Carl. "Fantasy Furniture at D . C. Museum." Associated Press
dispatch, April 3, 2000.
570. Korbeck, Sharon. "It Began with a Brownie." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Nov. 14,2003, pp. 16-17. (Diamond International Galleries).
571. McCabe, Joseph. "New York Comic Book Museum Announces
Honorary Board at Fundraiser." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 5,2002, p.
14.
572. "New York City Comic Book Museum Demonstrates Education,
Entertainment Via Comics." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 7, 2000, p. 6.
573 . Melby, Nate. "Big Little Books Make Big Splash for Diamond
Galleries." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 9, 2004, pp. 36-37.
574. Ott, John. "The Ott Gallery, the Ultimate Compendium of Neglected
Comic Books." CAPS. Jan. 1996, pp. 29-31.
575. Sewell, Robert G. "Trash or Treasure? Pop Fiction in Academic and
Research Libraries." College and Research Libraries. Nov. 1984, pp.
450-461.
576. Straub, Phil. "Weird-but-True Toon Factoid: The Words & Pictures
Museum Needs Your Help!" Comic BookArtist. Spring 1999, p. 6.
577. Von Cannon, Keith "The Cartoon Museum." The Funnies Paper. Sept.
1986, pp. 5-8.

Periodical Directory
578. Animation Journal. Published twice yearly, Spring and Fall. Articles,
interviews, filmographies, histories, reviews, profiles on animation,
mostly U. S., but other parts of world also. Maureen Furniss, AI Press,
2011 Kingsboro Circle, Tustin, CA: 92680-6733 . Since Fall 1992.
579. The Art ofthe Comic Book. A series of comic books for aspiring comic
book artists and writers. 32 pp. Comic Art, 329 Harvey Drive, Suite 400,
Glendale,CA: 91206. No. 1, Jan. 1996.
580. The Aspiring Cartoonist. "A publication for the professional, non-
professional., and curious in the cartooning community." Semiannual
since 1994 with interviews, tips, articles, profiles, reviews, art. AC 003,
P. O. Box 18679, Indianapolis, IN 46218.
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581. Batmania. Started in 1964 or 1965 but defunct for some time. Revived
in 1974 by Chuch Fiala, 6250 W. 84th St., Burbank, II. 60459. Deals
with "Batman" in reviews, news, trivia, articles.
582. Blab! Published annually by Kitchen Sink: Press, NO. 2 Swamp Rd. ,
Princeton, W154968. Mostly strips, but some articles on cartoonists and
the history of comics. 1980s-1990s.
583 . BoG. Magazine dealing with one editor' s theories of comics; existent in
1974. Criticism, reviews. Graphic Fantasy and Science Fiction Society,
8764 New Hampshire, St. Louis, Ml: 63163.
584. Busted! "Official Newsletter of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund."
Fund founded in 1986 by Denis Kitchen.
585. Canar Comic Art News and Reviews. Mainly interviews with comic
book personnel. 28 Admiral Road, Kitchener, Canada. Published in
early 1970s.
586. Cartoonews. Monthly of mid-1970s. Galleries, how-to-do-it, profiles,
interviews, history. Jim Ivey, 561 Obispo Ave., Orlando, FL 32807.
587 . Cascade Comix Monthly. Published by Everyman Studios, 432 South
Cascade, Colorado Springs, CO 80903. Interviews, panels, articles,
news, artwork on underground comix. No. 18, Feb. 1980.
588. Changes. Bi-weekly with large section on comics: history, interviews,
features. 35 W. 56th St., NY, NY 10019. 2:4, April 15, 1970.
589. The Charlton Porifolio. Fanzine dealing with comic books and their
artists associated with Charlton Art, interviews, checklists, profiles,
articles, reviews. CPLIGang Publications, 4010 Mallway Drive,
Indianapolis, IN 46236. No. 9/10 of 44 pp. in 1974.
590. Cobblestone. Magazine of the arts published quarterly by Fragments
West, 3908 E. 4th St., Long Beach, CA 90814. 1970s.
591. Collector's Club Newsletter. Fanzine of comic collector's club, Mat
Kramer, 88 Many Levels Rd., White Bear Lake, MN 55110. Monthly in
early 1980s.
592. The Comic Archives. Started in 1995 for Silver and Golden Age comic
book enthusiasts. Articles, graphics, histories, profiles. The Comic
Archives, 12035, Halfoak Terrace, San Diego, CA 92128.
593 . Comic Book Profiles. Bi-monthly periodical of 56 pp. each issue
devoted to one comic book artist, including timeline, profile, essay on
how artist creates his/her work, and interviews with editors and other
collaborators. First issue, Winter 1998. As You Like It Publications, P.
O. Box 2055, Poughkeepsie, New York 12601.
594. Comic Crusader. Fanzine dealing with comic books in reviews and
articles in mid-l 970s. Martin Greim, Box 132, Dedham, MA 02026.
595. Comic Culture. Monthly tabloid devoted to discussing well-known and
lesser-known comic book titles and creators. Published and edited by
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Richard Relkin, P. O. Box 441, Roslyn Hts., New York 11577. Since
Oct 1993.
596. Comic Effect. Emphasizing the Fun in Reading Comics. Issue 10,
Summer 1995. Reviews of old comic books. Paloma St Publications, P.
O. Box 2188, Pasadena, CA 91102-2188.
597. Comic Fandom 's Forum . Monthly of articles, interviews, letters,
features on comics published in early 1980s. Formerly called LOC.
NEW Media Publishing, 1518 E. Fowler Ave., Tampa, FL 33612.
598. Comic Media. British fanzine of articles and reviews on British, United
States, and European Comics. Quarterly in mid-I 970s. Nick Landau,
editor.
599. Comic News. Monthly of news, reviews, listings, articles. "TV Guide of
the comic book industry." New Media Publishing , 1518 E. Fowler
Ave., Tampa, FL 33612. First number, late 1982.
600. Comicopia. Discusses all aspects of comics for fans in United States and
Canada. Jeff Boman, 2045 Trenbolme #1, Montreal, PQ H4B-IX7,
Canada. No. 32, celebrating five years ofpublication, Dec. 1995.
601. Comic People. Official newsletter of The World View Amateur Comic
Association, dedicated to showing tips to aspiring cartoonists. About 12
pp. P. O. Box 58006, Charleston, WV: 25358. Vol. I, No. 2, Oct. 1995.
602. The Comics Connection. Profliles, news, letters, reviews of comic books
and their creators. Milky Way Graphics, Box 381 Sleepy Eye, MI
56085.
603 . Comics International. PubliShed every four weeks as an independent
trade paper for the comics industry by Quality Communications Ltd., 8
Trinity Road, London N28JJ England, Mostly news and gossip colunms
on United States comic books although some international content
appears. No. 92 in March 1998.
604. Comics Pro Magazine. Monthly of about 100 pages devoted to
interviews, reviews, industry news, reader art, profiles, editorials,
articles, and art. U. S. comic book industry. West Wind Publishing Co.,
252 Robinson Drive, Morris, IL 60450.
605. Comics Source. Monthly magazine on comics collecting with articles,
letters, price guides, columns. Warren, 2401 Broad Street, Chattanooga,
TN 37408. No. 18, March 1995.
606. The Comic Times: Media Showcase. Monthly published first in 1980 by
The Comic Times, 250 Mercer Square, Suite 1003 B, NY, NY 10012.
Interviews, reports, letters, columns, news of media, mostly comics.
607. Comix World. Newsletter about U. S. underground comix edited by Clay
Geerdes in mid-1970s. 915 Indian Rock Road, Berkeley, CA 94704.
608. Dateline: Comicdom. A "comic fan chatter newsletter" with emphases
on fandom and fanzines. Mike Raub, 236 W. Homer St., Freeport, IL
61032. Mid-1970s.
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609. Dr. Wonder. Published quarterly by Old Town Publishing, Franklin


Square, New YorIc, v"ith articles on U. S. comic book artists, characters,
eras, and genres. Includes many stories or parts of stories. Vol. 1, No.5,
Fall 1997.
610. Encouraging Rejection. Eight-page newsletter published bmonthly to
help cartoonists cope with rejections. No Forehead Press, Box 130,
Kearsarge, NH: 03847. Started 1994 or 1995.
611. Exploit Comics. Published beginning in Jan. 1977, as a fanzine about
Italian and U. S. comics. Advertised as a "Trimestrale de Critica Storia e
Informazione suI Cartooning," the periodical contained short artcles,
samples of strips, and news. Address: Via Firenzuola 7/9 r, Firenze,
Italy.
612. Fandom Feature. Published nine times yearly. Fanzine of interviews,
articles, press releases on comics. Ergo Enterprises, 15 Taylor Rd.,
Bethel, CT 06801. No.1, Feb 1982.
613. Fandom 's Agent. Monthly to "provide a regular marketplace for the
exchange of comic material and to make money." Box 29, Peoria, IL
61601. From 1968 (?).
614. Feature. Published by Feature Press, P. O. Box 280507, Northridge, CA
91328 since 1995. Includes letters, editorial, in-depth interviews,
reviews concerning U. S. COlniC books.
615. Graphic Story Magazine. Fanzine with interviews, illustrations on
comics. Bill Spicer, 329 North Avenue 66, Los Angeles, CA 90042. No.
16 in 1974/1975.
616. The Harveyville Fun Times. Published four times yearly; includes news
and views for Harvey Comics fans. Mark Arnold, 1464 La Playa, # 105,
San Francisco, CA 94122.
617. Hey, Kids! Comics.! Eight-page newsletter published eight times yearly
by Paloma Street Publications, P. 0. Box 2188, Pasadena, CA 91102-
2188. Re"iews, opinions, readers' comments on comic books. First
issue, March 1997.
618. Horror from the Crypt ofFear. Fanzine edited by Sam Kingston, 2648
Manor Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84121.
619. Indy Magazine. Published five times a year as a "guide to alternative
comix and film" at Alternative Press, 611 NW 34th Drive, Gainesville,
FL 32607-2429. Includes interviews, featnres, reviews and reports,
comix, editorial, and correspondence.
620. Inside Comics. Fanzine with national distribution. Interviews, articles.
First issue, Spring 1974.
621. The Jack Kirby Collector. Published bimonthly by TwoMorrows
Advertising, 502 Saint Mary's Street, Raleigh, NC 27605, John
Morrow, editor. Interviews, reviews, analyses, remembrances of Jack
Kirby and his comic book work. First issue, Sept. 1994.
Comic Books 31

622. The Jack Kirby Quarterly. British fanzine since 1993. Aricles,
interviews, artwork. Jack Kirby Quarterly, 25 Napier Drive, The
Parldands, Tipton, West Midlands, England.
623 . The Journal. Twelve page, semi-monthly (originally monthly) famine
of articles, colwnns, news, announcements, and editorials about U. S.
comics. Box 1286, Essex, Ontario, Canada No. 12 in 1974.
624. (Kar-ton). Comic arts journal published by Manclock, P. O. Box 40233,
Berkeley, CA, 94704, beginning in 1988. Interviews, strips.
625 . KIRBY. Quarterly French-Belgian fanzine devoted to American comics
and Jack Kirby. Since 1988. Daniel Tesmoingt, Rue du By 9, 621l
Mellet, Belgium.
626. Media Sight. A magazine that "offers a trip back into yesteryear: the
world of the Saturday morning matinee and the dime comic book."
Features, history on comics. Media Sight Publications, P. O. Box 2630,
Athens, OH 45701. Since 1983.
627. Mindrot. Quarterly on animation film. Interviews, overviews, indices,
reviews, filmographies. David Mruz, 3112 Holmes Ave., South
Minneapolis, MN 55408. In late 1970s, early 1980s.
628. Musings: A Journal of Comics Criticism and Commentary. Published
quarterly with "Letterer's FoIUIll," "Colorist' s FoIUIll," columns,
interviews, commentary columns, critical articles, capsule reviews.
Calliope Comics, 519 Valentine Hill Rd., Bellefonte, PA 16823. No. 1,
May 1993.
629. Now and Then Times. Firnzine devoted to the serious treatment of comic
art and creators. Interviews, articles, reviews. 103 Queen Streets,
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. Mid-1970s.
630. Omniwave. Bi-monthly fanzine of interviews and articles leaning
towards fantasy. Nathan Rosen, 10822, Hob Nail Court, Potomac, MD
20854. No. 10 in 1974.
631. Postcrypt. Fanzine for E . C. Comics' Tales from the Crypt fans.
Quarterly published by Sigurd Case, 214 Wheeler Road, Frewsburg, NY
14738.
632. Ragnarok. Fanzine dealing with comic books in interviews, articles,
reviews, and illustrations. Fandom Enterprises, 456 Orange Road,
Orange, New Jersey 07050. NO. 3 of 44 pp. in 1974.
633 . Ratzlaffe Funnies. Stripzine of early 1980s. Brouhaha Studio, 1718
Highland Ave., Portsmouth, OH 45662.
634. Ron Goulart's Comics History Magazine. Two or three times a year
periodical dealing with U. S. comics history exclusively written by Ron
Goulart. Some articles recycled from other periodicals in which Goulart
published. No.1, Fall 1996.
635. The Staros Report. Biannual fanzine "dedicated to the most intelligent
and innovative comics in the industry." Guides, bibliographies, articles,
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letters, and editorials on comic books. P. O. Box 1282, Marietta, GA


30061-1282. No. 2, 1994.
636. Toonerville News. Fanzine for devotees (and collectors) of Toonerville
Trolley by Fox Fontaine. Mainly news about other collectors. Asa
Sparks, 6045 Camelot Court, Montgomery, AL 36117.
637. Vintage Funnies. Published weekly in 1970s by Funnies Publishing Co.,
East Moline, IL, Alan L. Light, editor. Reprinted "Great Classic
Newspaper Comic Strips" (U. S.) No. 61, July 26, 1974; No. 80, Dec. 6,
1974). No commentary.
638. Will Eisner 's Quarterly. Published four times yearly by Kitchen Sink
Press until Issue 8, March 1986. Articles, interviews, letters, works of
Will Eisner.
639. Wise- Up. General interest fanzine, organ of fan club of Minneapolis
area. Aricles on U. S. comic books. MFCA, 3112 Holmes Avenue,
Minneapolis MN 55408. No.8 in 1974.
640. Wonderland Quarterly by Richard Kyle, Long Beach, CA, devoted to
"the world of the graphic story." Includes graphic stories, articles,
special features, columns, reviews. Vol. 3, No.2, Nov. 1973.
641. Word Balloons. General interest fanzine of interviews, news, reviews on
mainstream and underground comics. Quarterly by Gary Groth,
Fantagraphics, then located in Springfield, VA. No. I in 1974.

ANTHOLOGIES, REPRINTS
642. Arnold, Andrew D. "The Year of the Anthology: TIME Comix on a Pair
of Outstanding Showcases." Time.com. Nov. 24, 2004.
643 . Brady, Matt and Michael Doran. "Nostalgia Rules the Reprints."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 9, 2001, p. 6.
644. "CBM Color Gallery." Comic Book Marketplace. March 1995, pp. 37-
44.
645. Coune, Georges L. "Reprints." Futuropolis. No.3, n. d., pp. 23-28.
646. Dean, Michael. "The Unhappy Fate of Scheherazade. Why Megan
Kelso Has Disavowed Her Labor-of-Love Comics Anthology." Comics
Journal. Feb.-March 2005, pp. 14-20.
647. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Resale Report: Researching Reprints." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 23, 2001, p. 48.
648. George, Milo. "Eight Comics That Were Actually Good: 2001
Contemporary Collections in Reviews." Comics Journal. Jan. 2002, pp.
53-55.
649. Hasted, Nick. "Everything All at Once." Comics Journal. April 1996,
pp.40-44.
650. "Hey Kids! It' s The Comics Journal #200 'Hey, Kids! Comics! '
Section." Comics Journal. Dec. 1997, pp. 107-118.
Comic Books 33

651. Insignares, William. "DC Sketch Covers: Reprints Gain Cachet Through
Special Variants." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 2004, p. 133.
652. Miller, John Jackson. "CrossGen Readies Compendia Reprint
Compilation." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 22,2002, p. 14.
653. "October Sees Start of Marvel 'Favorites' Reprints." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Nov. 2, 2001, p. 9.
654. Reynolds, Eric. "Dangerous Drawings. Edited by Andrea Juno."
Comics Journal. April 1998, p. 1I0.
655. Sullivan, Darcy. "Suckle: the Status of Basil." Comics Journal. April
1996, p. 31.
656. "USA Heroes." Fumetti d ' Italia. Winter 1993, pp. 58-59.
657. Whitney, Carrie. "Reading with Friends." Comics Journal. Special
edition, Winter 2002, pp. 001..Q86.

ARTISTIC ASPECTS
General Sources
658. Apeldoorn, Ger. "The Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World of Film Poster Art."
Striprojiel. Sept. 1983, pp. 7-11.
659. "The Art of Comics: Sweatin' with the Oldies." Comic Book Heaven.
July 1995, pp. 13-14.
660. Beck, C. C. "May We Have the Next Slide Please?" Inside Comics.
Winter 1974-75, pp. 24-26.
661 . Burnett, Cathy and Arnie Fenner, with Jim Loehr, eds. Spectrum III: the
Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art. Grass Valley, CA: Underwood
Books, 1996. 144 pp.
662. Carpenter, Stanford A. "Finding Sources for Blackjacks, Vamps, and
Speedsters: An Ethnography of the Creative Process." Paper presented
at International Comic Arts Festival, Bethesda, MD, Sept 16, 1999.
663. Carrier, D. The Aesthetics ofComics. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania
State University Press, 2000. 139 pp.
664. The Comics as an Art Form! Program. Exhibition, University of Nevada
- Las Vegas, March 29-April 24. Las Vegas, NV, n. d. 16 pp. (Charles
Schulz, Will Eisner, Harvey Kurtzman, Jack Kirby).
665. Cwikli.k, Greg. "The Pulp Art Aesthetic." Comics Journal. Dec. 1998,
pp. IIl-1I5.
666. Ditko, Steve. "Who Owns Original Art?" Inside Comics. Sept. 1974, p.
43.
667. Duncan, Randy. "The Comics Appreciation Course: A Search for
Justification and Content." Paper presented at Pupular Culture
Association, San Antonio, T)(, March 27, 1997.
34 Comic Books and Comic Strips through 2005

668. Duncan, Randy. "The Heroic Image: A Content Analysis of Comic


Book Covers." Paper presented at Third Comic Arts Conference,
Chicago, IL, July 2, 1994.
669. Dunster-Whiting, Joseph. "Reality Character and Comics." Harvard
Journal ofPictorial Fiction. Spring 1974, pp. 31-35.
670. Eisner, Will. "Comics and Sequential Art by Will Eisner: Expressive
Anatomy." Cartoonist PROfiles. Dec. 1993, pp. 38-51.
671. Evanier, Mark. "The Artists' Angle." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 23,
1999, pp. 44, 50.
672. Fiore, R. "Seattle Club Seattle." Comics Journal. Nov. 1994, pp. 43-45.
673. Fusselman, Roger. "Pitting Art Against Entertainment Creates a
Dangerous Dichotomy." Comics Career Newsletter. July 1990, p. 4.
674. "Gary Dolgoff Obtains Archie Art." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 15,
2000, p.6.
675. "Geppi: I Had Legal Title to Both The Pre and Post-1955 Harvey
Original Art." Comics Journal. Dec. 2000, pp. 7-8.
676. Gertler, Nat. "How Will Art Imitate LifeT Hogan 's Alley. No. 10, 2002,
pp.34-35.
677. Goldweber, David. "Types of ArtIStory Relationships in Modem
Comics." Paper presented at Popular Culture Association, San Diego,
CA, Apri12, 1999.
678. Gordon, Jon C. "Seeing Contics as Culture: Creating Cartoons as Art."
Paper presented at Popular Culture Association, Orlando, FL, April 10,
1998.
679. "Green Arrow Art Yields Extras." Comics Buyer 's Guide. June 16,
2000, p. 12.
680. Harvey, Robert C. The Art of the Comic Book: An Aesthetic History.
Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1996. 288 pp.
681. Hatfield, Charles. "Canonical Art in the Comics: High and Low
Revisited." Paper presented at Popular Culture Association,
Philadelphia, PA, April 12, 1995.
682. Hegenauer, George. "There's Art in Them Thar Books!" Comics
Buyer's Guide. Oct. 31,2003, p. 39.
683. Inge, M. Thomas. "'Metacomics' That Self-Consciously Joke About the
Limits of the Art Form." Chronicle ofHigher Education. May 16, 1990,
p.B56.
684. Insignares, William. "Black and White Sketch Covers: The New
Socialites." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 2005, p. 130.
685. Insignares, William. "Sketch Covers Hot Off the Press." Comics
Buyer's Guide. March 2005, pp. 128-129.
686. Khoury, George. "Is It Art?: Joys and Frustrations of Collecting
Original Art. " Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 28, 1999, p. 44.
Comic Books 35

687. Kreiner, Rich. "Galleries Celebrate New Year and Comics Artform."
ComicsJoumal. Feb. 1995, pp. 35-36.
688. Liberati, Stefano and Walter Ceccarelli. "L'Arte dei Fumetti." Comics.
Sept. 1974, pp. 37-60.
689. Lock, Selina. "12 O'Oock Lock." Borderline . Aug. 2002, p. 46.
690. McQuaid, Cate and Matt Ashare. "Art and Comics." Boston Phoenix.
Oct. 21, 1994, p. 9.
691. Mescallado, Ray. "Matt Howarth' s Approach to lmagetrext Ratios in
Comics." Paper Presented at Popular Culture Association, Las Vegas,
NY, March 28, 1996.
692. "Modifying the Verb." Gauntlet. No, 11, 1996, pp. 46-54.
693. "Novelties and Art" Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 24, 1997, pp. 174-175.
694. O'Neill, Patrick D. "Modem Art." Hogan's Alley. No. 5, 1998, pp. 144,
137-139.
695. Pariser, David "Normal and Unusual Aspects of Artistic Development
in the Juvenalia of Klee, Toulouse-Lautrec and Picasso." Paper
presented at the Biennal Meeting of the Society for Research in Child
Development, Kansas City, MO, April 27-30, 1989.
696. Rogers, Mark C. "Visual Style and Genre in Postmodem Comic Books."
Paper presented at Popular Culture Association, Las Vegas, NY, March
28, 1996.
697. Scott, Randall W. "The Art of the Comic Book: An Aesthetic History."
Inks. Nov. 1996, pp. 37-39.
698. Silvie, Matt. "Crumb Art Stolen." ComicsJoumal. June 2001, p. 15.
699. Smith, Andrew. "Covering Covers." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 22,
2oo2,p.36.
700. Talon, Durwin S. Comics Above Ground: How Sequential Art Affects
Mainstream Media. Raleigh, N. c.: TwoMorrows Publishing, 2004. 168
pp.
701. Wainer, Alex. "From Ikons to Icons: Devotional and Secular Uses of the
Image." Paper presented at Popular Culture Association, San Diego,
CA, April 3, 1999.
702. zahrndt, Jason. "The Relationship of Verbal and Visual Narrative
Structures: the Genre Crossing of Comic Books." Paper presented at
Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, TIC, April 9, 2004.
703. Zaniol, Angelo. "Argumenti: Editori e Fumetti." n Fumetto. June 1971,
pp. 52-53.

BUSINESS ASPECTS
General Sources
704. Berger, Thomas. "Rodet Ejerforhold Hos Tundra." Seriejoumalen.
Winter 1993, p. 14.
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705. Bianchi, Alessandra. "Comic Attitudes." Inc. April 1993, pp. 106-118.
706. "Frank Miller Rips Wizard - Literally." Comics Buyer's Guide. May 25,
2001, p. 6.
707. Rozanski, Chuck. "Publishing: A Look Ahead." Comics Buyer's Guide.
March 28, 2003, pp. 12-13.
708. Wrubel, Robert. "Reel Life." Financial World. May 16, 1989, pp. 42-
43 .

Companies
General Sources
709. "AC Comics Celebrates 30 Years of Independence." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Oct. 22, 1999, p. 10.
710. Allstetter, Rob. "Studio Chikara Gets into the 'Zen' of Publishing."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 19, 1999, p. 26.
711, "Alternative Sends Up Yellow Flag." Comics Joumal. Aug.-Sept. 2004,
p.42.
712. "Anarchy Bridgeworks Offers Action and Fantasy." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Feb. 7, 1997, p. 10.
713 . "Autumn Deadpoo1 Deluge." Comics International. Sept. 1998, p. 8.
714. Baber, La Rue V. "Spreading the 'Light': Chick Publications Produces
Film Showing Paintings of Biblical Events." U Living (San Bernadino,
CA). Oct. 12, 2003 .
715. Beemer, Olav. "DC Versus Marvel!" Stripschrijt. Nov. 1995, pp. 42-43 .
716. Beemer, Olav. "Stars and Strips." Stripschrijt. Nov. 1999, pp. 34-35.
(Imago).
717. Beemer, Olav. "Stars and Strips." Stripschrijt. Dec. 1999, pp. 34-35.
(Black Bull Entertainment).
718. Bengtsson, Ingemar. "MU Press - Serief6rlaget Pa Djurens Sida." Bild
& Bubb/a. No. 4, 1992, p. 2.
719. Berman, Phyllis. "How Not To Start a Company." Forbes. June 21 ,
1993, pp. 54-55.
720. "Best-Known Comics Companies." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Sept. 30,
1994, p. 24.
721. "Blackbird ' Weathers' Its Crisis." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 12,
1994, p. 34.
722. "The Blank Page." Borderline. March 2002, p. 29.
723. "Bongo Comics Debuts with the Simpsons." Comics Journal. Dec.
1993, pp. 22-23.
724. Brady, Matt. "The Art of the Crossover: A Tale of Two Companies."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 11, 2000, pp. 38-40.
725. Brady, Matthew. "Main Brain Starts Thinking." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Dec. 1, 1995, p. 36.
Comic Books 37

726. Brady, Matt. "Moore Creations Tackles Universal Classic Monsters."


Comics Buyer 's Guide. Sept 19,1997, p. 30.
727. Brady, Matt "More on 'DC Versus Marvel/Marvel Versus DC.'''
Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 22, 1995, p. 30.
728. Brady, Matt and Michael Doran. "Infinity Closes Shop." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Aug. 25, 2000, p. 12.
729. Brady, Matt and Michael Doran. "Marvel, Dark Horse, and Oni
Announce Plans at San Diego." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug. 25, 2000,
p.6.
730. "Broadway Simplifies Its Titles." Comics Buyer's Guide. June 28,1996,
p.6.
731. "Carnal Comics Joins Forces with Oui." Comics Journal. Feb. 1996, p.
48.
732. "CBG Profile: Hurricane Comics." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct 24,
1997, p. 152.
733. "Clash of the Titans." Comics Buyer's Guide. May 3, 2002, p. 1.
734. Cohen, Michael. "Exploring Tandra with Hanther." Comics Buyer's
Guide. July 31, 1998, p. 30.
735. Colvin, Keith. "Company Aims To Keep Retailers on Track." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Sept. 22, 1995, p. 36.
736. "Comic Companies." In Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide, 26th Ed.,
pp. A20-A54. NY: Avon, 1996.
737. "Comics One To Release Korean Fantasy." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug.
22, 2003, p. 12.
738. "Court Approves Golden Reorganization." Comics Buyer's Guide. June
11, 1999, p. 6.
739. "Cry for Dawn Productions Dissolves." Comics Journal. April 1994, p.
23.
740. "Dave Elliott Forms Blackball Comics." Comics Journal. Jan. 1994, p.
14.
741. "DC, Marve1...Marvel, DC; The Case for #1." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Feb. 13, 1998,p. 31.
742. "DC, Marvel Tangle Again in 'All Access.''' Comics Buyer's Guide.
Aug. 23,1996, p. 6.
743. "DC Versus Marvel Marvel Versus DC." Comic! Dec. 1995, p. 4.
744. Dean, Michael. "Bad Girls and Bad Blood: The Dark Side of Indy
Comics." Comics Journal. Oct. 2003, pp. 5-11.
745. Dean, Michael. "Big Entertainment Covers Will Carry Ratings." Comics
Buyer's Guide. April 12, 1996, p. 10.
746. Dean, Michael. "The Death of Highwater Books." Comics Journal. Jan.-
Feb. 2005, pp. 8-11.
747. Dean, Michael. "Guccione Drops 'Penthouse Comix.'" Comics Buyer's
Guide. May 1, 1998, p. 8.
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748. Dean, Michael. "House of Fantasy Survives Submersion." Comics


Buyer's Guide. Oct 3, 1997, p. 8.
749. Dean, Michael. "LPC's Chapter 11 and Top Shelf's Near Death
Experience." Comics Journal. May 2002, pp. 3-8.
750. Disbrow, Jay E. The Iger Comics Kingdom. El Cajon, CA: Blackthome,
1985.95 pp.
751. "Discouraged by Marvel Performance: Pinnacle Declines To Take Stock
Public." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct 25, 1996, p. 6.
752. Doran, Mike. "Shamus To Launch Comics Line." Comics Bl~ver 's
Guide. Oct. 15, 1999, p. 6.
753. Doran, Michael and Matthew Brady. "PlanetLar's 2002 Plans." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Feb. 15,2002, p. 13.
754. "Double Impact Relaunches." Comics International. May 1999, p. 4.
755. "Drawing on the Dark Side: The Comics Tackle Serious Literature."
Newsweek. Sept. 5, 1994, p. 70. (Neon Lit).
756. "DreanlSmith Nanles New Publisher, Resolicits 'Book.'" Comics
Buyer's Guide. Jan. 1, 1999, p. 6.
757. "Eisner, Kitchen, Seibert Appointed to Disappearing Inc. Board."
Comics Buyer s Guide. Sept. 19, 1997, p. 8.
758. Fingeroth, Danny. "Byron Preiss Multimedia Launches Virtual
Comics." Comics Buyer 'sGuide. April 19, 1996, p. 70.
759. "First Books Properties Unlikely 21 st Century Comeback." Comics
Journal. NOv.-Dec. 2004, p. 33.
760. "Five Years of Advance Comics." Advance Comics. Dec. 1993, pp. 2-4.
761. Foreen, Sam. "Insight Studios Group Offers a Comic-Book
Smorgasbord." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 15,1996, pp. 68, 70.
762. "Four Color Images Reopens." Comics Journal. Dec. 1994, p. 39.
763. Fmnkenhoff, Brent. "From Jeans to Comics: The Evolution of JNCO. "
Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 21, 1998, p. 6.
764. "Golden Books Acquires Broadway." Comics Journal. Sept. 1996, p.
31.
765. Goulart, Ron. "The Class of 1941: A Quality Group." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Jan. 18,2002, pp. 40-43.
766. Greenholdt, Joyce. "CBG Profile: CFD Productions." Comics Buyer's
Guide. May 2, 1997, p. 26.
767. Greenholdt, Joyce. "CBG Profile: Crucial Comics." Comics Buyer's
Guide. March 20,1998, p. 28.
768. Greenholdt, Joyce. "CBG Profile: Custom Comics of America." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Oct. 24, 1997, p. 154.
769. Greenholdt, Joyce. "CBG Profile: Dark Angel Productions." Comics
Buyer's Guide. May 16, 1997, p. 28.
770. Greenholdt, Joyce. "CBG Profile: Sundmgon Comics." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Oct. 3, 1997, p. 26.
Comic Books 39

771. Greenholdt, Joyce. "Forest Light Productions Aims To Increase Supply


of All-Ages Comics." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 24, 1998; p. 56.
772. Greenholdt, Joyce. "Profile: Astro Comics." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Nov. 29, 1996, p. 51.
773 . "GrimJack, Inc." Comics Journal. June/July 2004, p. 28.
774. Guzzo, Gary. "Meet Broadway Comics." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 6,
1995, pp. 28-30, 34.
775. "Hallmark Launches DC Super Heroes Collection." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. July 5, 1996, p. 8.
776. Hibbs, Brian. "A Tale of Two Publishers." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
March 8,2002, pp. 14-15.
777. Hitchcock, Eric. "Demolition Comics: Building Customers Through
Brand Identity." Dialogue. June 2003, p. 54.
778. Husvar, Sean. "Bart Sears Talks About Ominous Press." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Aug. 26, 1994, pp. 26-27.
779. "Hyperwerks Set To Launch Diety [sic] Spin-off." Comics
International. Sept. 1998, p. 5.
780. "IDT Corp: New Media Giant?" Comics Journal. June/July 2004, p. 26.
781. "Impact Is New Book Line. Crafts Line Launches Series on Drawing
Comics." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 19, 2004, p. 14.
782. "Innovation Goes Under Leaving Substantial Debts to Creators,
Printers, and Investors." Comics Journal. Feb. 1994, pp. 34-37.
783 . Isabella, Tony. "Insights into Insight Studios." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Aug. 3, 2001, pp. 49, 60.
784. Jacot, Michal. '''No, Cheeks, I Feel Fine. Why Do You Ask?' The
Bizarre History of Ambush Bug." Comic Effict. Winter 2002, pp. 37-40.
785. "Krause Publications To Acquire Landmark Specialty Publications."
Comics Buyer's Guide. June 11, 1999, p. 6.
786. "L. A. Comics Is Coming." Graphic Story World Dec. 1971, p. 1.
787. Lang, Jeff. "DC and Marvel Present an Amalgamated Universe." March
1, 1996, pp. 34-36.
788. Lang, Jeff. "DC vs. MarveL .Marvel vs. DC." Comics Buyer's Guide.
~. 8, 1995,pp. 26-28.
789. "The Lost Comics Companies: Ten Publishing Co., Inc." Comics
Feature. July 1981, pp. 68-70.
790. "Majestic Entertainment Owners File Chapter 11 Amidst Allegations of
Fraud, Employee Abuse." Comics Journal. April 1994, pp. 11-20.
791. "Manley Launches Action Planet." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 5,
1996, p. 36.
792. ''Marvel and DC Merge into Amalgam." Comics Journal. Jan. 1996, p.
28.
793. "Marvel, DC Sparring Heats Up at San Diego Expo." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Aug. 17, 2001, p. 6.
40 Comic Books and Comic Strips through 2005

794. "Marvel-Image Crossovers Begin in June." Comics Buyer 's Guide.


March 22, 1996, p. 6.
795. May, Karen. "Glass House Graphics: Is It a Secret?" Comics Buyer 's
Guide. June 20, 1997, pp. 60,62.
796. Melby, Nathan. "A Decade on the Cutting Edge." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Sept. 26, 2003 , p. 14. (Vanguard Publications).
797. Melby, Nathan. "Dynamic Forces Has More Marvel Busts." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Sept. 27, 2002, p. 14.
798. Melby, Nathan. "Lady Death Publisher Goes Bankrupt." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Jan. 10, 2003, p. 15.
799. Melby, Nathan. "Ultraverse Goes Prime." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov.
1, 2002, p. 12.
800. MescaIlado, Ray. "The Best Mainstream Comics." Comics Journal. Feb.
1999, pp. 123-124.
801. Miller, John 1. "Comics & Comix Adds Execs, Looks to Expand."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 26, 1999, p. 6.
802. Miller, Jolm 1. "Staros, Top Shelf Join Forces To Offer Some
Alternatives." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 8, 1999, p. 20.
803 . Miller, John 1. "Styx International Announces Publication Changes."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 8, 1995, p. 6.
804. Mills, S. E. "Dark Zulu Lives - A Start-Up Comic Book Company:
Creator Nabile Hage Promotes African Americans in the Comic Book
Industry." The Aspiring Cartoonist. 1:1 (n. d.), p. 8.
805. Mishler, James. "Something Old Is Something New." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. April 23, 2004, p. 26. (Checker).
806. Morales, Robert. "That's Entertainment: Telling New Stories with
Comics." Publishers Weekly. June 30, 1997, p. 49 (5).
807. Moro, Eric. "Publisher Spotlight: Exhibit A Press." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Sept. 15, 2000, p. 14.
808. Nelson, George. "DC-Marvel Crossover Fuels Anticipation." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Sept. 12, 2003, p. 13.
809. Nelson, George. "More Due From Devil's Due in 2003." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 24, 2003, p. 13.
810. "New Media Expands Publishing Base; Comics and Commentary
Magazines To Begin!" Comics Feature. Oct. 1980, pp. 5-6.
811. "Nieuw Tijdschrift Bij Junior Press." Stripschrift. Feb. 1989, p. 34.
812. Nolan, Michelle. "The Strange Saga of St. John Comics." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Feb. 8, 2002, p. 26.
813. O'Neill, Patrick D. "Fandom Inc. in Trouble, Operating; Seeks Buyers;
Sells Creation to Fonner Owners." Comics Buyer 's Guide. April, 2001,
p.6.
814. "Overstreet Purchase Causes Stir." Comics Journal. Nov. 1994, pp. 37-
38.
Comic Books 41

815. Patten, Marc. "From Rock 'n Roll to Comics: Goblin Entertainment
Keeps on Jammin. '" Comics Buyer's Guide. March 14,1997; pp. 60, 64.
816. "Pioneer To Launch Comics Line." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 31 ,
1997, p. 10.
817. "Platinum Seeks Projects To Develop." Comics International. June
1999, p. 26.
818. "Pow! Begins Reporting Company Process." Comics Journal. Nov.-
Dec. 2004, p. 35.
819. "Profile: Fiasco Comics." Comics Buyer 's Guide. March 22, 1996, p.
40.
820. "PUblishers '96." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 9, 1996, pp. 34-36, 38,
40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 52,57, 65, 66, 68, 70-72, 74-76, 78-80, 82, 84, 86.
821. "Publishers '97: South Jersey Rebellion Productions." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. June 6, 1997, p. 24.
822. "Red Circle Dead" Inside Comics. Winter 1974-75, p. 7.
823. "Revolutionary in Financial Disarray." Comics Journal. Dec. 1993, pp.
11-17.
824. Rodman, Larry. "Lone Star Comix Online." Comics Journal. April
2001, pp. 46-47.
825. Samuel, Rob. "Brainstorm Expands." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 21,
1997, p. 34.
826. Schlegelmilch, G. E. "What Happened to Dagger?" Comics Buyer 's
Guide. March 10, 1995, pp. 36, 44.
827. "Seaboard Flounders." Inside Comics. Winter 1974-75, p. 7.
828. "Sedelmaier Comics." Comic Book Artist. Dec. 2002, p. 1.
829. "Spartan Finally Closes Its Doors." Comics Journal. June 1998, p. 29.
830. Spurgeon, Tom. "Bankruptcy Court Gives Initial Nod to Toy Biz Plan."
Comics Journal. March 1998, p. 14.
831. Spurgeon, Tom. "Fort Thunder Forever." Comics Journal. Oct. 2003,
pp. 58-72.
832. Spurgeon, Whit. "Optic Nerve Play Enjoys Successful Chicago Run."
Comics Journal. Dec. 1996, pp. 25-27.
833. Spurgeon, Tom. "Starr Comics Coming." Comics Journal. Nov. 1998,
p. 42.
834. "StaIwatcher Graphics Announces 1996 Plans." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Feb.23, 1996, pp. 30-32.
835. St. Lawrence, Gary. "Arrow Comics: Evolving Empires from
Monkeys." Comics Buyer 's Guide. July 30, 1999, p. 24.
836. St. Lawrence, Gary. "Silverline Defies the Independent Odds." Comics
Buyer's Guide. May 7, 1999, p. 44.
837. "Studiosaurus and Image to Launch Odyssey Line of Titles." Comics
International. March 1999, p. 4.
42 Comic Books and Comic Strips through 2005

838. Stump, Greg. "Black Eye Rolls with the Punches." Comics Journal.
April1998, pp. 18-19.
839. Stump, Greg. "Jim Hanley's Universe Files for Bankruptcy." Comics
Journal. Feb. 1997, p. 23 .
840. "A Tale of Two Publishers." Comics Buyer 's Guide. March 8, 2002, pp.
1, 14. (DC, Marvel).
841. Thingvall, Joel. "DC and Marvel Comments." Foreign Comic Reviews.
No. 3, 1973, p. 14.
842. Thompson, Don and Maggie. "Fandom Spotlight on First Comics, Inc.:
Mike Gold." Comic Fandom 's Forum. Sept. 1982, pp. 44-52.
843. Vance, Michael. Forbidden Adventures: The History of the American
Comics Group. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996. 160 pp.
844. Vanderzanden, Vanessa. "Aeon Press Set To Wind Down." Comics
Journal. Aug. 1997, pp. 29-30.
845. "Voyager Goes Creator-Owned." Comics Journal. Dec. 1994, p. 39.
846. "Warp Graphics - ' So Much More in 1994. '" Comics Buyer's Guide.
Jan 14, 1994, p. 32.
847. Wooley, Chuck. "The Lost Comics Companies: Sonnet Publishing Co. "
Comics Feature. Feb. 1982, pp. 76-77.
848. "Yet More Intercompany Crossovers for Heroic Females." Comics
International. Nov. 1998, p. 6.
849. Zion, Laura. "It's a Bird, It 's a Plane - It's a Resurrection." Business
Week. April 12, 1993, p. 40.
Acclaim
850. "Acclaim Agrees To Acquire VoyagerNaliant; Purchase Price Is $65
Million in Cash or Stock." Comics Buyer's Guide. May 13, 1994, p. 6.
851. "Acclaim Comics Founder Resigns." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 9,
1997, p. 6.
852. "Acclaim Entertainment Sues for Chapter 7." Comics Journal. Nov.-
Dec. 2004, pp. 35-36.
853. "Acclaim Elltertaimuellt Tanks Hard in Fourth Quarter of 1996."
Comics Journal. Dec. 1996, p. 29.
854. "Acclaim's Other 'Bad Dudes.''' Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 31, 1997,
p.58.
855. "Acclaim Young Readers: 'Do the Math.'" Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct.
24, 1997, p. 66.
856. Bernstein, Jayson. "Acclaim's Armada Imprint Continues to E"1>8lld."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 2, 1996, pp. 26-27.
857. Dean, Michael. "Acclaim Cuts Stall, All Ongoing Comic Books."
Comics Buyer's Guide. April 10, 1998, p. 8.
858. Guzzo, Gary. "Acclaim Comics Brings Back the Comics." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Dec. 27, 1996, pp. 28-30.
Comic Books 43

859. Kirlq>atrick, David D. "Acclaim Entertainment's Auditors Say Losses


Raise Doubt About Its Viability." Wall Street Journal. Dec. 18, 1996.
860. Reynolds, Eric. "Acclaim Buys Voyager for $65 Million." Comics
Journal. May 1994, p. 31.
861. Stump, Greg. "Acclaim Downsizes." Comics Journal. April 1998, p. 23.
862. Vrattos, Stephen. "Acclaim's Advent Accolades." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Dec. 1997, p. 36.
863. Vrattos, Stephen. "Acclaim Tunes in Sci-Fi Channel." Comics Buyer's
Guide. March 27, 1998, pp. 30-31.
Acme Novelty Library
864. Hohne, Ulrich. "Aus Liebe ZUlli Medium - die ACME Novelty
Library."Comic!Dec. 1994,pp. 14-16.
865. Juno, Andrea. "Presenting 'The Acme Novelty Library. '" Comics
Buyer's Guide. Oct. 10, 1997, pp. 34-36.

Amalgam Comics
866. "Amalgam: Historia de dos Mundos." Comiqueando. March 1996, pp.
47-48.
867. "DC and Marvel Universes Will Merge in Amalgam Comics." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Jan. 5,1996, p. 6.
868. "Inside Amalgam Comics." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 12, 1996, p. 6.
Andrews Group
869. "Andrews Group Purchases Toy Biz Stock." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Nov. 8, 1996, p. 8.
870. "Andrews Group Sends Investment Proposal to Marvel Entertainment
Group." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 6,1996, p. 6.
Antarctic
871. "Antarctic Press to Publish Hepeats." Comics Journal. May 1996, p. 28.
872. "Bad Girl Bounty Hunters Debut in Antarctic Mystic Edge." Comics
International. Sept. 1998, p. 12.

Archie Comic Publications


873. "Archie Introduces Entertainment Arm." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept.
28,2001, p. 10.
874. "Archie Visits Golden Apple." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 18,2000, p.
8.
875. Nolan, Michelle. "Archie's First Failure." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct.
4,2002, p. 26.
44 Comic Books and Comic Strips through 2005

876. "Recent Archie Experiments: Time Police and Faculty Funnies?" Comic
Book Marketp/ace. June 1995, pp. 64-65.
877. Shutt, Craig. "Archie' s Homage to MAD." Comics Buyer's Guide. June
2005, pp. 92-94, 96-100.
878. Silberkleit, Michael I. "Archie Comic Publications Responds." Comics
Buyer's Guide. June 23, 2000, p. 6.
Atlas
879. "Atlas Arrested." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 26, 1997, p. 72.
880. "Capsule Interviews: The Atlas/Seaboard Experience." Comic Book
Artist. Dec. 2001, pp. 92-101.
881. Caputo, Nicolas. "One Brief, Shining Moment Ditko, The Destructor
and the Comics of Atlas/Seaboard." Comic Book Artist. Dec. 2001, pp.
118-119.
882. Cooke, Jon B. "CBA Interview: Rise & Fall of Rovin's Empire." Comic
BookArtist. Dec. 2001, pp. 24-43.
883. Cooke, Jon B. "The Flight of Phoenix: Sal Amendola's Ups and Downs
Working for Atlas Comics." Comic Book Artist. Dec. 2001, pp. 78-87.
884. Cooke, Jon B. "Goodman's Second Act: Vengeance, Incorporated."
Comic Book Artist. Dec. 2001, pp. 14-19.
885. Cooke, Jon B. "In the House of Goodman: Canadian Artist Jim Craig on
His Early Days in Cmnics." Comic BookArtist. Dec. 2001, pp. 88-91.
886. Cooke, Jon B. "In the New House of Ideas: Alan Kupperberg on the
Waning Days of Atlas/Seaboard." Comic Book Artist. Dec. 2001, pp.
108-117.
887. Cooke, Job B. "Sting of the Scorpion: Howard Chaykin's Bittersweet
Atlas Comics Ex-perience." Comic Book Artist. Dec. 2001, pp. 74-76.
888. Cooke, Jon B. "Target of Revenge: Making Theirs Marvel." Comic
BookArtist. Dec. 2001, pp. 20-22.
889. Cooke, Jon B. " When Atlas Shrugged." Comic Book A rtist. Dec. 2001,
pp. 54-63.
890. Hall, Mike. "Atlas Flopped or 'Larry Lieber's III - Conceived Stab at
Immortality.'" Comic Effiet. April-May 2003, pp. 4-12.
891. "How Many Atlas Pre-Code Horror and Fantasy Titles Were There?"
Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 26, 1997, p. 72.
892. Irving, Chris. "The Atlas Age of Comics: Atlas/Seaboard Assistant
Editor Ric Meyers Remembers." Comic Book Artist. Dec. 2001, pp.
102-107.
893 . Kraft, David A. "D. A. K. at the Demise: David Anthony Kraft on the
Last Days of Atlas Comics." Comic Book Artist. Dec. 2001, p. 128.
894. Nolan, Michelle. "Don't Shrug at Atlas: 1950s Publisher Produced More
Comics Than You Think." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 28, 2001, p. 40.
Comic Books 45

895. Nolan, Michelle. "Reprinted but Never Originally Printed. The Comic
Book That Never Was: 'Atlas Comics.'" Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 8,
2003, p. 28.
8%. Rovin, Jeff and Robert 1. Sodaro. "The Rise and Fall of Atlas Comics."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 23,1994, pp. 26, 28, 34, 40.
897. Toth, Alex. "'Before I Forget': The Master Artist Remembers His
Atlas/Seaboard Work." Comic BookArtist. Dec. 2001, pp. 6-8.
898. Vadeboncoeur, Jim. "The Great Atlas Implosion" Jack Kirby Collector.
Jan 1998, pp. 4-7.
Awesome Entertainment
899. Dean, Michael. "Awesome Scales Back." Comics Buyer's Guide. April
24,1998, p. 8.
900. "Liefeld, Loeb, Rosenberg Form Awesome Entertainment." Comics
Buyer's Guide. May 9,1997, p. 6.
901. Samsel, Rob. ''From 'Supreme' to Extreme: Alan Moore Constructs an
Awesome Universe." Comics Buyer's Guide. June6, 1997, pp. 50-51.
Blackthorne
902. "Independent Line." Comics Feature. July 1987, p. 9.
903. Magee Glenn. "Blackthome Goes to Color." Four Color Magazine.
Jan-Feb. 1987, pp. 20,22.
Caliber
904. "Caliber Launches New Series with Moebius Cover." Comics Buyer's
Guide. March 22, 19%, p. 40.
905. "Caliber Merges with Stabur." Comics Journal. Nov. 1993, p. 30.
906. "New Caliber Imprint Attracts Small Press." Comics Buyer's Guide.
May 31,1996, p. 8.
907. "Profile: Caliber Comics." Comics Buyer's Guide. AprilS, 19%, p. 28.
Catalan
908. "Nieuwe Catalan - Uitgaven" Stripschrift. May 1990, p. 38.
909. "Nieuwe Catalogus Catalan." Stripschrijt. Nov. 1990, p. 33.
Chaos!
910. Brady, Matt. "Chaos Continues To Grow." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept.
4, 1998, pp. 26-27.
911. Brady, Matt. "Chaos Counts Down to 2000." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Dec. 26, 1997, p. 6.
912. Brady, Matt. "Chaos Returns from Monthlies to Mini-Series." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Feb 19, 1999, p. 10.
46 Comic Books and Comic Strips tbrougb 2005

913 . Brady, Matt. "Classic Monsters Come to Chaos!" Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Sept. 19, 1997, pp. 28-30.
914. "Chaos Declares Chapter 7 Bankruptcy." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept.
13, 2002, p. 13.
915. "Chaos! Will Go Exclusive with Diamond." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan.
26, 1996, p. 34.
916. David, Peter. "What Killed Chaos Comics?" Comics Buyer's Guide.
Sept. 20, 2002, p. 58.
917. Dean, Michael. "Chaos! Bankrupt!" Comics Journal. Oct. 2002, p. 33.
918. Dean, Michael. "Chaos! CrossGen Conspire To Pay Creators." Comics
Journal. Nov. 2002, pp. 5-7.
919. "The End Approaches for Chaos Comics." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov.
19, 1999, p. 22.
920. Melby, Nathan. "Pulido Provides the Details." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Nov. 1,2002, p. 13. (Chaos bankruptcy).
921. "Order Returns to Chaos." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 24, 2003, p. 17.
922. Samsel, Rob. '''Chaos! Is Unpredictable.'" Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov.
1, 1996, pp. 34-36.
923. Spurgeon, Tom. "The See-Through Company: Is Marvel in Chaos?"
Comics Journal. Feb. 1999, pp. 7-9.
924. Thompson, Maggie. "New Order to Chaos." Comics Buyer's Guide.
April 26, 2002, p. 16.
Charlton
925. Amash, Jim. "The Aparo Approach: Jim Aparo on His Comics Debut at
Charlton Press." Comic Book Artist. Aug. 2000, pp. 70-76.
926. "Bill Black Remembers." Comic Book Artist. March 2001, p. 105.
927. "A Capital Idea! " Comic BookArtist. Aug. 2000, p. 13.
928. "Charlton Begins Experimental Fan Program!" Comics Feature. Oct.
1980, p. 10.
929. "Charlton Comments and More on Toth." Comic Book Artist. May
2001, pp. 6-9.
930. Cooke, Jon B. "Byrne's Robotics." Comic Book Artist. March 2001, pp.
54-55.
931. Cooke, Jon B. "Celebrating Four That Got Away. " Comic Book Artist.
March 2001 , p. 112.
932. Cooke, Jon B. "Jack Keller on Wheels: The Hot Rod Cartoonist on Life
in Charlton's Fastlane." Comic Book Artist. March 2001, pp. 78-83.
933. Cooke, Jon B. "Layton and the CPLIGangsters." Comic Book Artist.
March 2001, pp. 92-97.
934. Cooke, Jon B. "Nice Guys Can Finish First." Comic Book Artist Aug.
2000, p. 4.
Comic Books 47

935. Cooke, Jon B. "Rich Larson, Charlton Cover Guy." Comic Book Artist.
March 2001, p. 101.
936. Cooke, Jon B. "Rog-2oo1: Sterno Speaks! Writer Roger Stern on the
CPUGang-Charlton Connection." Comic Book Artist. March 2001, pp.
98-99.
937. Cooke, Jon B. "Sergius 0' Shaugnessy, Scribe. Dennis O'Neil on
Working for Dick in the Days of Derby." Comic BookArtist. Aug. 2000,
p.53.
938. Cooke, Jon B. "Sutton's Lovecraftian Horrors: The Artist on Working
the Graveyard Shift for Charlton." Comic Book Artist. March 2001, pp.
62-<)9.
939. Cooke, Jon B. "'Warren Savin' Speaks... on the Freedom of Writing for
Charlton." Comic Book Artist. Aug. 2000, p. 52.
940. Cooke, Jon B. "Wildman Times at Charlton." Comic Book Artist. March
2001, pp. 18-25.
941. Cooke, Jon B. "Zeck in the House." Comic Book Artist. March 2001, pp.
70-76.
942. Cooke, Jon B. and Christopher Irving. "The Charlton Empire. A Brief
History of the Derby, Connecticut Publisher." Comic Book Artist. Aug.
2000, pp. 14-21.
943. Cooke, Jon B. and Jon B. Knutson. "The Action Hero Man: The Great
Giordano Talks Candidly about Charlton." Comic Book Artist. Aug.
2000, pp. 30-51.
944. Cooke, Jon B. and Jon B. Knutson. "Glanzman' s Derby Days." Comic
BookArhst. Aug. 2000, pp. 90-94.
945. Cooke, Jon B. and Jon B. Knutson. "The Lonely World of Will Franz:
The Writer on ' Willy Schultz' and Charlton Comics." Comic Book
Artist. Aug. 2000, pp. 96-103.
946. Cooke, Jon B. and Jon B. Knutson. "The McLaughlin Report: Frank
McLaughlin on Judomaster and Life at Charlton." Comic Book Artist.
Aug. 2000, pp. 84-88.
947. Cooke, Jon B. and Jon B. Knutson. "Toasting Absent Heroes: Alan
Moore Discusses the Charlton - Watchmen Connection." Comic Book
Artist. Aug. 2000, pp. 104-109.
948. Davis, Howard Leroy. "Charlton Spotlight" Comic Effect. Spring 2005,
pp. 28-31.
949. Ford, T. C. "A False Start at Charlton." Comic Book Artist. March 2001,
pp. 106-108.
950. Greenberger, Robert. "Project: Blockbuster. Bob Greenberger Reveals
DC's Charlton Weekly Project." Comic Book Artist. Aug. 2000, pp.
110-111.
951. Hurd, Jud. "Charlton Comics: 1973." Comic Book Artist. March 2001,
pp. 12-15.
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952. Irving, Christopher. "Charlton Twilight and Afterlife." Comic Book


Artist. March 2001, pp. 104-105.
953 . Irving, Christopher. "'The Half-Dollar Man.'" Comic Book Artist. Aug.
2000, pp. 12-13.
954. Irving, Chris. "An Offer They Couldn't Refuse: Dan Reed on His
Charlton Career & Jumpstarting Bullseye." Comic Book Artist. March
2001,pp. 102-103.
955 . Irving, Christopher. "A Piece of the Action: Charlton's Action Hero
Line and the Folks Responsible." Comic Book Artist. Aug. 2000, pp. 25-
29.
956. Johnson, Glen D. "PAM: Artist with a Vengeance: Part Two of Our
Peter A. Morisi Interview: '70s Charlton." Comic Book Artist. March
2001, pp. 84-85.
957. Kreiner, Rich. "Charlton Spotlight and the Charlton Issues of Comic
BookArtist." Comics Journal. June 2001, pp. 98-99.
958. Kupperberg, Alan. "Dorothy Woolfolk Remembered. " Comic Book
Artist. March 2001, p. 5.
959. "A Note of Charlton Copyright Notices." Comic Book Artist. March
2001 , p. 1.
960. Patten, Marc. "Charlton Heroes: Heroic Beginnings, Or - Producing 10
Pounds of Chicken Feathers Every Month." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Nov. 20, 1998, pp. 28, 30.
961. Thomas, Roy. "Make Mine Charlton!" Comic Book Artist. Aug. 2000,
pp. 54-55, 58.
962. Toth, Alex. "Alex Toth - 'Before I Forget' : The Master of Sequential
Art on his Charlton Contributions." Comic Book Artist. March 2001, pp.
16-17.
Claypool
963 . "Claypool Offers Subscriptions." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 24, 1995,
p. 6.
964. Greenholdt, Joyce. "Profile: Claypool Comics." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Nov. 8, 1996, p. 28.
965. Howell, Richard. "Introduction to Claypool." Musings. Fall 1994, pp.
35-41.
966. Melby, Nathan. "Claypool Celebrates 10th Anniversary." Comics
Buyer's Guide. May 2, 2003, p. 14.
Comico
967. Chritton, Kirk "Comiea Ceases Production; Creators Seek Back Pay."
Comics Career Newsletter. Aug. 1990, p. 1.
968. "Comico Cuts Back." Speakeasy. April 1989, p. 5.
969. "Comico Revs Up for Return." Comics Journal. March 1995, pp. 26-27.
Comic Books 49

970. "New Titles from Comico." Comics Feature. Jan. 1987, p. 4.


Comics Guaranty
971. Butler, Don. "Making the Grade." Comics Buyer's Guide. June 2005,
pp.30-39.
972. Miller, John Jackson. "The Selling of Slabbing." Comics Buyer's Guide.
June 2005, pp. 40-47.
Cosmic Comics
973 . "Cosmic Comics Plans Cult-Worthy Debut." Comics Journal. Nov.
1994, p. 40.
974. "Roger Corman Launches Cosmic Comics." Comics Journal. Sept.
1994, p. 41.
CrossGen
975. Brady, Matt. "On with the Show, This Is It!" Comics Buyer's Guide.
May 19,2000, pp. 42,44-45.
976. Brady, Matt and Michael Doran. "CrossGeneration Announces Titles,
Plans." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 28,2000, p. 8.
977. "CrossGen Assets Sold." Comics Journal. Nov. - Dec. 2004, pp. 44-45.
978. "CrossGen Ends Year with Major Cutbacks." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Jan. 16, 2004,p. 12.
979. "CrossGen Expands Its Universe." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 19,
2002, p. 12.
980. CrossGen Goes Ahead with 2004 Plans." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov.
14,2003, pp. I, 12.
981. "CrossGen Makes Creative Challenges." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan.
17,2003, p. 14.
982. "CrossGen Pirate Comic Walks Plank." Comics Journal. June/July
2004, pp. 28-29.
983. Dean, Michael. "Complaints from Unpaid Freelancers Shine Spotlight
on CrossGen Cash-Flow Problems." Comics Journal. Sept. 2003, pp.
13-15.
984. Dean, Michael. "CrossGen at a Crossroads." Comics Journal. Dec.
2003, pp. 5-15.
985. "Fun Facts To Know and Tell about CrossGen." Comics Buyer's Guide.
PlpriI20,2001,p.43.
986. Horton, Steve. "CrossGen Comics: One Year and Counting." Comics
Buyer's Guide. April 20, 2001, pp. 38-40.
987. Isabella, Tony. "Considering CrossGen." Comics Buyer's Guide. March
7,2003, pp. 18-19.
988. Isabella, Tony. "CrossGen Conclusions." Comics Buyer's Guide. July
19,2002, pp. 20-21.
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989. Isabella, Tony. "Crossing over to CrossGen." Comics Buyer's Guide.


July 5,2002, p. 16.
990. Isabella, Tony. "Tony's Tips!" Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 8, 2000, pp.
23-25.
991. Johnston, Rich. "Burning Down the Curtain." Borderline. Sept. 2001, p.
33.
992. Melby, Nathan. "CrossGen Comics Become DVDs." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Aug. 28, 2003, pp. I, 12.
993. Melby, Nathan. "CrossGen Loses Red Star, Gains Masters of the
Universe." Comics Buyer 's Guide. April 11, 2003, p. 13.
994. Melby, Nathan. "CrossGen To Shake TIlingS up in 2004." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Aug. 15, 2003, p. 13.
995. Melby, Nathan. "In on the Joke: Spying Out a New Geme for
CrossGen." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 7, 2003, p. 13.
996. Melby, Nathan. "The Teanl Behind Team Red Star." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Aug. 9, 2002, pp. 14-15.
997. Miller, John 1. "CrossGen Stirs the Pot." Comics Buyer's Guide. July
21, 2000, p. 38.
998. "New Publisher CrossGen Hires Comics Veterans To Head Creative
Staff" Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 29, 1999, p. 8.
999. Rozanski, Chuck. "Crossing over to CrossGen." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Jan. 3, 2003, p. 48.
1000. Smitll, Andrew. "CrossGen: No Super-heroes Here." Comics Buyer's
Guide. April 20, 2001, pp. 42-43 .
1001. Smith, Andrew. "CrossGen: The Cancellation of a Company." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 2004, pp. 98-100.
1002. "21 st Century CrossGen Goes Online Shopping." Borderline. Dec. 2001 ,
p. lO.

Crusade
1003. "Crusade Concentrates on Shi for 1997." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb.
14, 1997, p. 66.
1004. Patten, Marc. "Entering the Crusade." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 7,
1995, pp. 28-30.
Dark Horse
1005. Bernazzali, Nino. "Ultime Novit'l Dagli U.S.A." Comics World. Sept.-
Oct. 1997, p. 28.
1006. Brady, Matt and Michael Doran. "Battle On! Dark Horse Nabs Xena
License." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 19, 1999, p. 6.
1007. Carter, Lloyd. "Dark HorseNiz Crossover." The Thorn. April 1996, p.
4.
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1008. "Dark Horse Addresses Concerns." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 18,
1995, p. 6.
1009. "Dark Horse and Berkeley Deal." Comics Journal. March 1996, p. 26.
1010. "Dark Horse Collects Image Title." Comics International. March 1998,
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1011. "Dark Horse Comics: A Dark Horse." Comics Feature. July 1987, pp.
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1012. "Dark Horse Moves Back and Forth with Star Wars." Comics
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1013. "Dark Horse News." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept 6,1996, p. 8.
1014. "Dark Horse Offers 99 Titles." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 11, 1996,
p. 6.
1015. "Dark Horse Reclaims Star Wars License." Comics Journal. Aug. 1997,
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1016. "Dark Horse Restmctures." Comics Journal. Nov. 1995, p. 24.
1017. Dean, Mike. "Dark Horse Down-sizes with Industry." Comics Journal.
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1018. Gilman, Michael. "A Decade of Diversity with Dark Horse." Comics
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1019. Melby, Nathan. "Dark Horse Introduces Adventure Line." Comics
Buyer's Guide. March 7, 2003, p. 12.
1020. Melby, Nathan. "The Horror of Dark Horse." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Feb. 21, 2003,pp. I, 12.
1021. Patten, Marc. "The Dark Side of the Horse." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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1022. Reynolds, Eric. "DHP Goes Alternative." Comics Journal. Nov. 1994,
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1023. Rozanski, Charles W. The Guide to Dark Horse Comics. Denver, CO:
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DC
1024. Abramowitz, Jack. "Little Known Worlds of the DC Universe." Comics
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1025. Abramowitz, Jack. "Stupid Weaknesses of the DC Universe." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Nov. 24, 2000, p. 43.
1026. Allstetter, Rob. "DC Comics Announces Nine New Comic Books."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Apri129, 1994, p. 6.
1027. Allstetter, Rob. "Deliberate Deviations: DC's Tangent Comics." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Aug. 29, 1997, pp. 38, 42, 44.
1028. Brady, Matt. "Bad Guys Rule! Well, At Least for a Week at DC."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 31, 1997, p. 38.
1029. Brady, Matt and Mike Doran. "DC Reveals Plans at San Diego Con."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug. 18,2000, pp. 6, 8, 10.
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1030. Brady, Matt and Michael Doran. "DC Reveals Publishing Plans at
Retailer Meeting." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 21, 2000, pp. 6, 8.
1031. Breznican, Anthony. "Superhero Suffering." Northern Virginia Journal.
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1032. Brown, Joe. "D.C. Comics." In Messages 3: The Washington Post
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1033. Caruba, David. "The DC Renaissance." Four Color Magazine. Nov.-
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1034. Carlson, Johanna D. "Ask Answer Lass." Comicology. Fall 2000, pp.
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1035. "Coming from DC in August" Comics Buyer's Guide. July 20,2001, p.
66.
1036. Dashiell, Sterling. "DC's Horror Renaissance." Comics Source. March
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1037. "DC Adds Pages and Raises Price." Comics Feature. March 1980, p. 4.
1038. "DC and WildStorm To Cross Over." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 30,
1996, p. 6.
1039. "DC Announces Dual Promotions." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 26,
2001, p. 6.
1040. "DC Apologizes for Excluding Language." Comics Journal. Aug. 1998,
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1041. "DC Bites Back!" Speakeasy. No. 77, 1987, p. I.
1042. "DC Cancels 10 Titles." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 14, 1995, p. 6.
1043. "DC Comics." Comics Journal. Dec. 1979, p. 12.
1044. "DC Comics." Comics Times. March 1981, pp. 64-67.
1045. "DC Comics." Comics World(Genoa). Sept-oct 1997, p. 23.
1046. "DC Comics Nabs World Record." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 30,
2001, p. 1.
1047. "DC Comics Welcomes Alternative Creators into the Fold with New
Imprint" Comics Journal. March 1997, p. 25.
1048. "The DC Explosion.." Mediascene. May/June 1977, pp. 29-30;
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1049. "DC Gets a Grip." Borderline. Sept. 2001, p. 5.
1050. "DC Gives Details to Manga Imprint's October Launch." Comics
Journal. Aug.-Sept. 2004, p. 37.
1051. "DC Issues New Trade Terms." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 19, 1996,
p.6.
1052. "DC Not Skimping on Merchandise or Press Releases." Borderline.
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1053. "DC Publishing Moves: Price Hikes, Exclusives." Comics Journal. Aug.
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1054. "DC Revives 80-Page Giants." Comics International. Match 1998, p.


18.
1055. ''DC Speak." Speakeasy. Oct. 1989, p. 15.
1056. "DC Takes on Marvel." Comics Buyer 'S Guide. Oct. 6, 1995, p. 6.
1057. "DC To Launch More Than 30 New Titles in 1987." Comics Feature.
July 1987, pp. 5-7.
1058. "The DC Universe Shelf" Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 16, 1998, p. 34.
1059. Dean, Michael. "DC Announces Plans for 85, 271." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. July 24, 1998, p. 10.
1060. Dean, Michael. "DC Forms Alliance with Humanoids." Comics Journal.
Apri12004, pp. 9-11.
1061. Dean, Michael. "DC Reconfigures Editorial Staff...." Comics Journal.
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1062. Dean, Michael. "'Firewall' Crumbles as DC Kills Alan Moore Story."
Comics Journal. Sept 2000, pp. 5-8.
1063. Dean, Michael. "Will DC Buy Diamond!" Comics Journal. April 2002,
pp.16-17.
1064. Doran, Michael. "From the Hills of California to the Halls of DC."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 30, 1998, pp. 6, 8, 10.
1065. "Drukke Maand" Stripschrifi. 30: 4 (1997), p. 34.
1066. English, Austin. "DC: Innovating Comics." Comics Journal. Aug. 2000,
p. 28.
1067. Evanier, Mark. ''Point of View." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 6, 1998,
pp. 24-26.
1068. "E~. periments in the DM" Borderline. Sept. 2001, p. 7.
1069. "500 Walden Stores To Feature DC Comics." Comics Journal. March
1995, p. 31.
1070. FrankenhoB: Brent. "DC's Egyptian Influences." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. May 24, 2002, p. 28.
1071. Isabella, Tony. "DC Plans, Picks, and Pans." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Aug. 31, 2001 , pp. 47-49.
1072. Isabella, Tony. "The Elements of DC Comics." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
June 15, 2001, pp. 70-71.
1073. Isabella, Tony. "Giant Arrows and Giant Turtles." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Feb. 1, 2002, pp. 16-17.
1074. Isabella, Tony, "Giant Turtle Man to Human Porcupine. Views of De's
Comics Using the Jimmy Meter." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan 25, 2002,
pp. 20-21.
1075. Isabella, Tony. "Tony's Tips!" Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 12, 2001,
pp.36-37.
1076. Johnston, Rich. "Burning Down the Curtain." Borderline. March 2002,
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1077. Lang, Jeff. "February Is Stannan Month at DC." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Jan 24, 1997, pp. 28-30.
1078. McLaughlin, Jeff. "What If? DC's Crisis and Leibnizian Possible
Worlds." Paper presented at Popular Culture Association, Toronto,
Canada, March 14,2001.
1079. Melby, Nate. "DC Brings Humanoids to America." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Feb. 6, 2004, p. 13.
1080. Melby, Nate. "Focus: A New DC Universe." Comics Buyer's Guide.
~. 12,2003,p. 12.
1081. Melby, Nathan. "Summer Brings DC Projects." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
April 4, 2003, p. 13.
1082. "Micah Wright to DC: Stop Lying." Comics Journal. June/July 2004,
pp.27-28.
1083. "More from DC in May." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 16,2001, pp.
38-39.
1084. Nelson, George. "Focusing on DC Icons." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec.
20,2002, p. 14.
1085. O'Neill, Patrick D. "DC Comics." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 13,
1998, p. 31.
1086. Patten, Marc. "DC: The Second Coming of Charlton." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Nov. 20, 1998, pp. 8, 12.
1087. "Plannen Bij DC." Stripschrift. April 1989, p. 33.
1088. Popa, Gene. "Let's Get Small: DC's Digest Experiment." Comic Effect.
No. 28, Winter 2001, pp. 42-46.
1089. Radford, Bill. "Goodbyes Weigh Heavily on Comics." Colorado
Springs Gazette. April 16, 2000.
1090. "Redefining the DC Universe." Comics International. Oct. 1998, p. 13.
1091. Reynolds, Eric. "The New Dynamics: Special Coverage: Anarchy in the
DM." ComicsJournal. May 1995, pp. 9-19.
1092. Ronan, John F. "DC Misprints Two Million Books." Comics Journal.
March 1996, pp. 14-15.
1093. Sangiacomo, Michael. "DC Catches Rising Stars as Marvel's Stock
Falters." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Aug. 4, 2003.
1094. Shutt, Craig. "A DC Costume Quiz." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 7,
2003, pp. 30-31.
1095. Thompson, Maggie. "DC Reacts to Low Seminar Tum..Qut." Comics
Buyer's Guide. June 30, 1995, p. 6.
1096. Thompson, Maggie. "DC's Orbiter Is Go." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb.
28, 2003, pp. 1, 12.
1097. Tice, Steven. "Editorial." Musings. Spring 1994, pp. 3-4.
1098. "Warner." Comics Feature. May 1984, pp. 6-8.
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Dell
1099. "But That's NOT All, Folks!" Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct 29, 1999, p.
86.
1100. "Dell's Questions, Questions, and More Questions." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Oct. 29,1999, p. 50.
1101. Evanier, Mark. "Point of View." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 29, 1999,
pp.82-84.
1102. Frankenhoff, Brent. " A Four C%r Favorite." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Oct. 29, 1999,p.84.
1103. Isabella, Tony. "Solving a la-Year Mystery Through the Mail." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Oct 29, 1999, pp. 91, 103.
1104. Merlock, Ray. "Adaptations of The Searchers: Star Wars, Taxi Driver,
and the Dell Comic Book." Paper presented at Popular Culture
Association, Toronto, Canada, March 15,2001.
1105. "Older Readers - and a Pledge." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 29, 1999,
p.51.
1106. Thompson, Maggie. "Four Colors Gave Readers a Rainbow of Reading
Variety." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 29, 1999, p. 4.
1107. Thompson, Maggie. "Q: What Comics Title Got to # 1354? A: DeU
Four Color." ComicsBuyer's Guide. Oct. 29,1999, pp. 46-48.
Disney
1108. "Disney, Disney Everywhere." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 29, 1999, p.
85.
1109. "Disney-Topman Omgekomen." Stripschrift. April 1994, p. 24.
1110. Melby, Nathan. "Disney Comics Return to U. S. Stores." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Jan. 3, 2003, p. 11.
1111. Seavey, Todd. "Capitalist Running Duck." Reason. Jan. 1993, pp. 16 +.
Drawn & Quarterly
1112. Dean, Michael. "Can Drawn & Quarterly Expand Without Expiring?"
ComicsJourna/. May/June 2004, pp. 14-15.
1113. Mirek, Jeroen. "Drawn & Quarterly Verovert de Wereld." Stripschrift.
Dec. 19%, pp. 12-15.
Dreamwave
1114. Brady, Matthew and Michael Doran. "Dreamwave to Produce
Transformers Mini-Comics." Comics Buyer ~ Guide. Jan. 25, 2002, p.
13.
1115. "Dreamwave Dominates Dynamic Forces." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov.
29,2002, p. 16.
56 Comic Books and Comic Strips through 2005

1116. "Dreamwave Expands Its Image Line." Comics International. Dec.


1999, p. 13.
EC
1117. Benson, John. '''Are You an EC Fan?''' Graphic Story World. July
1972, p. 24.
1118. Corliss, Richard. "The Glory and Horror of EC Comics." Time. April
29, 2004.
1119. "De EC Staf." Stripschrift. Nos. 43/44, 1972, pp. 23-24.
1120. "Destruction of the Innocent." Blab! Spring 1993 (Reprint edition), pp.
3-12.
1121. Goulart, Ron. "The Biblical Origins ofE. C. Comics." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Feb. 28, 1997, p. 37.
1122. Goulart, Ron. "Ed Wheelan and the Birth of E. C. Comics." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Feb. 28, 1997, p. 38.
1123. Michlig, Jolm. "EC Comics: A Strange Undertaking." Boomer. March
1994.
1124. Rosenberg, Allan. "America's LovelHate Affair with EC Comics."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 20, 1996, P 42.
1125. Sassaman, Gary. "E. C. Educational & Entertaining." Comics Buyer's
Guide. June 30, 2000, pp. 48-49.
1126. Tamasi, James V. "The EC Twins." Fantasy-Comics. Sept./Oct. 1952.
1127. Thompson, Don. "Aventums de Machotes, Guerra y Combatientes, y
Humor en Vena Yugular. Los Comics de Guerra y Humor de la E. C."
His/aria de los Comics. No. 12, n.d., pp. 331-336.
1128. Thompson, Maggie. "E. C. Is 55: A Captioned Look After More Than
Half a Century." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 28, 1997, p. 36.
1129. Thompson, Maggie. "Editorial." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 28, 1997,
p. 4.
1130. Tong, Ng Suat. "EC Comics and the Chimera of Memory." Comics
Journal. Feb. 2003, pp. 115-122.
1131. Towne, Charles L. "Hartford Is Aroused by Comic Book Expose."
Editor and Publisher. April 10, 1954, p. 11.
1132. Voger, Mark. "The EC Story." Comics Scene Spectacular. Sept. 1992,
pp.52-61.
1133. Wepman, Dennis. "Los Comics E. c.: Ciencia-Ficcion, Crimen y
Horror. La Revoluci6n E. C. y la Nueva Tendencia de los ' Comics
Books. '" Historia de los Comics. No. 12, n.d., pp. 309-316.
1134. Wooley, Chuck. "The Lost Comics Companies: A Developmental
History ofEC Comics." Comics Feature. June 1982, pp. 64-65.
Comic Books 57

Eclipse
1135. "Eclipse Copes with Divorce and Back Debt." Comics Journal. Jan.
1994, p. 12.
1136. "Eclipse Files Chapter 7 Bankruptcy." Comics Buyer 's Guide. March 1,
1996, p. 10.
1137. "Eclipse Files for Bankruptcy." Comics Journal. Feb. 1995, p. 25.
1138. Melby, Nathan. "Emerging from the Shadows." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Dec. 27, 2002, p. 26.

Epic
1139. Ashford, Richard. "What's Up at Epic." Speakeasy. April 1989, pp. 44-
46.
1140. "Epic's Future Uncertain." Speakeasy. March 1989, p. 4.
1141. MacDonald, Heidi. "Random Ramblings of Epic Proportions." Comics
Buyer's Guide. June 20,2003, p. 11 .

Event
1142. Samsel, Rob. "Event Plans More for 1997." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan.
31, 1997, pp. 32-33.
1143. Samsel, Rob. "Quesada and Palmiotti Provide an Event Update."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 22, 1995, pp. 82, 86.
Extreme Studios
1144. Karvyn, M. "Ex1:reme Prejudice: Story Involves 4 Extreme Titles."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. March 11, 1994, pp. 26-27.
1145. "A New Order Transforms Image 's Extreme Studios." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Jan. 13, 1995, p. 6.
1146. "Rob Liefeld Announces Extreme's 1997 Plans." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Nov. 8, 1996, p. 6.
Fantagraphics
1147. Bemazzali, Nino. "Fantagraphics." Comics World (Genoa). Sept.-0ct.
1997, p. 22.
1148. Dean, Michael. "Comics Community Comes to Fantagraphics' Rescue."
Comics Journal. July 2003, pp. 3-11.
1149. "Fantagraphics Expands to Fan Books." Comics Feature. July 1981, p.
IS.
ll50. "Fantagraphics Turns 20." Indy Magazine. No. 14, 1996, p. 8.
ll51. Groensteen, Thierry. "Fantagraphics: Eclectisme ou Dispersion?" Les
Cahiers de la Bande Dessinee. Jan./Feb. 1987, pp. 42-43.
ll52. Matos, Michaelangelo. "Saved by the Beagle... ." Seattle Weekly. Sept.
15-21, 2004.
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1153. Melby, Nathan. "Fantagraphics Seeks Help from Fans, Retailers."


Comics Buyer's Guide. June 20, 2003, p. 13.
1154. Press, Joy. "The Tragi-Comics Story of Fantagraphics Graphic
Content" Village Voice. June 3, 2003.
1155. "Sex Sells!" Speakeasy. July 1990, p. 10.
1156. Smith, Andrew. "Fantagraphics Puts Ultimate Peanuts Feast on a Long
Boil." Memphis Commercial Appeal.Oct. 12, 2003.
1157. "2,000 Pages for 2000." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 19,1999, p. 12.

Future Comics
1158. Isabella, Tony. "Looking to the Future." Comics Buyer's Guide. March
28, 2003, pp. 18-19.
1159. Melby, Nathan. "Bucking the System." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 18,
2002, p. 13.
Gemstone
1160. "Gemstone Buys Overstreet Publications." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept.
30, 1994, p. 6.
1161. "Gemstone, London Night Deal with Diamond; Warp Declares
Neutrality." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 20, 1995, p. 6.
1162. "A Plethora of Promotions at Gemstone." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb.
26, 1999, p. 6.
Gladstone
1163 . Dean, Michael. "Wak! Gladstone Suspends All but Two Duck Titles."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 2, 1998, p. 8.
1164. "Gladstone A..xes Most Disney Comics." Penstuff Jan. 1998, p. 5.
1165. "Gladstone Drops Disney License." Comics International. Feb. 1999, p.
17.
1166. "Gladstone Loses Disney Titles. " Speakeasy. Aug. 1989, p. 5.
1167. Thompson, Maggie. "Gladstone Runs Out of Luck?" Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Jan. 15, 1999, pp. 6, 8.
Gold Key Comics
1168. Becattini, Alberto. "Western's Top Ten: Alberto Becattini Chooses the
Greatest Gold Key Artists. " Comic Book Artist. Oct. 2002, pp. 116-122.
1169. Cooke, Jon B. "Western Goes West: WriterlHistorian Mark Evanier on
the Background of Gold Key." Comic Book Artist. Oct. 2002, pp. 80-87.
1170. Evanier, Mark. "East Is East and West Is West for Gold Key." Comics
Buyer's Guide. April 7, 2000, pp. 38-39.
1171. Irving, Christopher. "Unlocking the Mystery of Gold Key Comics."
Comic BookArtist. Oct 2002, pp. 16-31.
Comic Books 59

1172. Nolan, Michele. "Days of Comic Book Chaos: The Confusion of Dell
and Gold Key Comics in the Early '60s." Comic Book Artist. Oct. 2002,
pp. 12-13.
Gorilla Comics
1173. Dean, Michael. "The Case of the Disappearing Gorilla: The Banana
Trust Explains How Not To Start a Comics Line." Comics Journal. June
2001, pp. 12-14.
1174. Dean, Micllael. "The Men Behind the Gorilla Mask" Comics Journal.
April 2000, pp. 15-16.
1175. "Gorillas. Back into the Mist?" Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 11 , 2001, p.
6.
1176. Mason, Tom. "Gorillas in Our Midst." Comics Buyer 's Guide. March
17, 2000, pp. 42-43.
1177. Mescallado, Ray. "The Kurt Busiek Interview Missing the Link: The
Lawlching of Gorilla Comics." Comics Journal. April 2000, pp. 16-19.
1178. Perez, George. "George Perez' Gorilla Farewell." Comics Buyer's
Guide. May 11,2001, p. 6.

Harvey
1179. Arnold., Mark. "A Family Affair: The Harvey Comics Story." Comic
BookArtist. June 2002, pp. 18-38.
1180. Cooke, Jon B. "Harvey Gets Simonized." Comic Book Artist. June 2002,
pp. 86-87. (Joe Simon).
1181. "Harvey Reports First Quarter Results. " Comics Buyer's Guide. July 1,
1994, p. 30.
1182. Korkis, Jim. "The Steranko Connection." Comic Book Artist. June 2002,
pp. 102-103.
1183. "Marvel Will Publish, Distribute Harvey Line." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
June 24, 1994, p. 6.
1184. Mougin, Lou. "Thrilling Harvey Heroes." Comic Book Artist. June
2002, pp. 88-96.
1185. Nolan, Michelle. "Harvey Wasn't AIl Humor." Comic Book A rtist. June
2002, pp. 84-85.

Heroes World
1186. "Distributors, Retailers Respond to Marvel's Purchase of Heroes
World." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 3, 1995, p. 6.
1187. Patten, Marc. "Snyder: Acquisition Means Expansion for Heroes
World." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 17, 1995, p. 6.
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Image
1188. "An Open Letter From Image Comics." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 1,
1996, p. 8.
1189. "Battle Chasers Moves to Image Central." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec.
15, 2000, p. 6.
1190. "The Best ofImage." Squa Tront. No. 10, 2002, pp. 38-48.
1191. Brady, Matt. "Image Announces Plans for 2000." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Nov. 19, 1999, p. 6.
1192. Contino, Jennifer M. "Desperate Times at Image." The Pulse. Nov. 6,
2003.
1193. Dean, Michael. "The Image Story: Part One: Forming an Image."
Gauntlet. April 2000, pp. 11-14.
1194. Dean, Michael. "The bnage Story: Part Two: the Honeymoon." Comics
Journal. May 2000, pp. 3-6.
1195. Dean, Michael. "The Image Story. Part Three: What Went Wrong?"
Comics Journal. July 2000, pp. 7-11.
1196. Dean, Michael. "The bnage Story. Part Four: An Accounting." Comics
Journal. Aug. 2000, pp. 14-20.
1197. Dean, Michael. "Larsen Replaces Valentino - Image Gets a More
Mainstream Makeover." Comics Journal. May/June 2004, pp. 10-13.
1198. Dean, Michael. "Valentino Plans a New Image." Comics Journal. Oct.
1999, p. 18.
1199. Denbow, carol. "Image Offers Alternatives to Super-Heroes." Comics
Buyer's Guide. March 14, 1997, pp. 28-30, 36.
1200. "Desperado Publishing to Image." Comics Journal. NOV.-Dec. 2004, p.
36.
1201. Doran, Michael. "Marder Out, Valentino in as Image Publisher."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 17, 1999, p. 6.
1202. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Image at 10: The Founders Look Back - and
Ahead." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 29, 2002, pp. 12-13.
1203. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Image in Middle Age: 10 Years Later, Rebels
Reevaluate the Revolt. " Comics Buyer 's Guide. March 29, 2002, pp. 1,
12.
1204. Frankenhoff, Brent. "bnage Introduces More Titles in '02." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 8, 2002, p. 12.
1205. Haglund, David and Peter Nilsson. "Ungtnrkarnas Artionde - Image och
90-Talets Superhjiiltar." Bild & Bubbla. No.4, 1999, pp. 16-35.
1206. "Image Adds More Non-Superhero Titles to Its Roster." Comics
Journal. Feb. 1997, p. 27.
1207. "Image and Dark Horse To Go Exclusive With Diamond." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Aug. 18, 1995, p. 6.
1208. "Image, Diamond Finalize Agreement." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec.
29,1995, p. 22.
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1209. "Image Goes Street Fighting." Comics Buyer's Guide. Apri12S, 2003, p.
13.
1210. "Image Welcomes 'Mage,' 'Espers,' 'Age of Heroes,' 'Darkchylde.'"
Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 13, 1996, p. 8.
1211. Isabella, Tony. "Imag(in)e That!" Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 18, 2002,
pp. 18-19.
1212. Melby, Nathan. "By the Power of the Image!" Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Aug. 16, 2002, pp. 1, 14.
1213. Melby, Nathan. "Image To Add New Super-hero Line." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Sept. 6, 2002, pp. 16-17.
1214. Melby, Nathan. "Image To Release Urban Mini-Series." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Aug. 15, 2003, p. 15.
1215. "New JML Era Dawns at Image." Borderline. Dec. 2001, p. 9.
1216. "O'Barr's TV Crow at Image." Comics International. Dec. 1998, p. 6.
1217. Reynolds, Eric. "Industry Continues To Wait on Image." Comics
Journal. Aug. 1995, pp. 9-11.
1218. Stump, Greg. "Now It Can Be Told: Image Lashes Back." Comics
Journal. March 1997, pp. 16-17.
1219. Thompson, Maggie. "Image Central President Valentino Aims To
'Improve the Image Brand.'" Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan 7, 2000, pp.
10, 12.
1220. "Valentino Oversees Launching of Two Non-Super-Hero Image Titles."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 13, 1996, p. 8.
Kitchen Sink
1221. Bemazzali, Nino. "Kitchen Sink Press." Comics World (Genoa). Sept.-
Oct. 1997, pp. 19-20.
1222. Biederman, David. "The Rise and Fall of Kitchen Sink Press." V Mag.
Apri11999, pp. 2-11.
1223. Dean, Michael. "Kitchen Sunk. A Showdown at KSP Ends in a
Corporate Shell Game." Comics Journal. June 1999, pp. 13-26.
1224. "Investors Buy Kitchen Sink Press." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 19,
1997, p. 6.
1225. "Kitchen Sink Agrees to Exclusive Distribution Deal with Capital City."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 18, 1995, p. 6.
1226. "Kitchen Sink K0ber Tundra." Seriejourna/en. Summer 1993, p. 19.
1227. "London Night and Kitchen Sink Join Forces for 'Razor/Crow: Kill the
Pain. '" Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 10, 1997, p. 6.
1228. "Ocean Capital to Aquire Kitchen Sink." Comics Buyer's Guide. June
24, 1994, p. 6.
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1230. Reynolds, Eric. "Kitchen Sink Press Sold to L. A. Investment Group."


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1233. Stump, Greg. "New Lease on Life for Kitchen Sink?" Comics Journal.
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1237. Thompson, Maggie. "Kitchen Sink Press 1969-1998: Founder Pulls
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10.
1238. Worcester, Kent. "Kitchen Sink Press: The First 25 Years." Inks. Feb.
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Lightning Entertainment
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1240. "Lightning's ' Sinthia' Comes to Comics and Toys." Comics Buy er 's
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64.
Mad Monkey Press
1242. "Mad Monkey Becomes Diamond Exclusive." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
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1243. "Mad Monkey Revises Publishing Schedule." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
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Malibu
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1247. "Malibu Announces Origin Month for January." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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1248. "Malibu BattleTech Series Begins in December." Comics Buyer's
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1249. "Malibu Reduces Prices, Titles During 'Black September. '" Comics
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1251. Mason, Tom. "Manrelution Redesigning Malibu. Stage II." Comics
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1252. Mason, Tom and Diane Botta. "Malibu Signs More Creators for 1995."
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1253. Reynolds, Eric. "The Rumors Are True: Marvel Buys Malibu." Comics
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1255. Thompson, Maggie. "Marvel Acquires Malibu." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
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1256. "Wolfman and McManns Join Bravura." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov.
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Marvel
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1258. "Anticipated End-of-Year Losses Trigger 42% Drop in Marvel Stock."
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1259. Apeldoorn, Ger. "Marvel: Five Fabulous Decades of the World's
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1268. Brady, Matt. "Marvel Begins Again at Ground Zero." Comics Buyer's
Guide. May 19, 2000, p. 6.
1269. Brady, Matt. "Marvel Has a Pair of Halloween Treats." Comics Buyer 's
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1270. Brady, Matt. "Marvel Lays Groundwork To Increase Its Trade
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1271. Brady, Matt. "Marvel Raises Prices. Does It Matter?" Comics Buyer 's
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1272. Brady, Matt. "More Marvel Moves: JMS on ASM." Comics Buyer 's
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1274. Brady, Matt and Mike Doran. "Could Marvel Dump the Comics Code?"
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1275. Brady, Matt and Mike Doran. "Goodbye, Marvel Knights ...Hello,
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1276. Brady, Matt and Michael Doran. "Marvel Readies the B-Sides." Comics
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1290. Croal, N'gai. "Marvelous Makeover." Newsweek. Feb. 17, 2003, pp. 50-
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1304. Dean, Michael. "Court Approves Credit Agreement for Marvel Chapter
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1305. Dean, Michael. "Court Rules Bondholders Can Replace Marvel Board
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1306. Dean, Michael. "How Creator-0wned Is Marvel 's Icon Line?" Comics
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1309. Dean, Michael. "Icahn Claims Marvel, Sets Sights on Toy Biz Board."
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1311. Dean, Michael. "Make Mine Numarvelco? Icahn and Toy Biz File
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1312. Dean, Michael. "Marvel, Banks Agree on Debt Settlement." Comics
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1313. Dean, Michael. "Marvel Fires Executives Following Second-Quarter
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1315. Dean, Michael. "Marvel Sues Perelman, Banks, Toy Biz." Comics
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1316. Dean, Michael. "Marvel Takes Another Step Toward The Auction
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1318. Dean, Michael. "New Marvel Trade Terms Give Retailers More Room
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1332. Fingeroth, Dan. "Comic Wars: How Two Tycoons Battled Over The
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1353. Harvey, R. C. "Plummeting." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 2, 1996, p.


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1375. London, Joy, et al. "Drawing on the Dark Side." New York Times
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1446. "Marvel's March Blitz of Revivals and Resurrections." Comics


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13 ; Aug. 1989, p. 11; Sept. 1989, p. 11 ; Oct. 1989, p. 13 .
1450. "Marvel Springs Surprises." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 14, 2003, p. 1.
1451. "Marvel's Shares May Be Limited in 2005 - Barron 's." Reuters release.
Jan. 9, 2005.
1452. "Marvel Stock Approaches $30." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 31, 2003,
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1453 . "Marvel Stock Sinks." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 1, 1995, p. 6.
1454. "Marvel Suspended." Comics International. May 1998, p. 13.
1455. "Marvel To Buy Back Stock." Comics Journal. Aug.-Sept. 2004, pp.
41-42.
1456. "Marvel To Cut 115 Workers at Its Comic Book Business." New York
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1457. "Marvel To Give 22 Pages for 50." Comics Feature. May 1980, pp. 5-
6.
1458. "Marvel To Pay $150 Million To Acquire Italy' s Panini." Wall Street
Journal. July 7, 1994, p. 5.
1459. "Marvel To Revive Epic Line." Comics Buyer 's Guide. March 21, 2003,
p . 1.
1460. "Marvel, Toy Biz, Creditors Reach Agreement." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Aug. 1, 1997, p. 6.
1461. "Marvelutionary Changes." Comics Journal. April 1996, p. 23 .
1462. "May Marvel Titles Flash Back To Earlier Times." Comics Buyer's
Guide. May 23, 1997, p. 6.
1463. "MC2: Two Up, Two Down." Comics International May 1999, p. 5.
1464. Melbi, Nathan. "Marvel Begins the End." Comics Buyer 's Guide. June
28, 2002, pp. 1, 12.
1465. Melby, Nate. "Characters Return in Marvel's March." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Jan. 30, 2004, p. 12.
1466. Melby, Nathan. "Marvel Changes Ordering Schedule." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. March 28, 2003, p. 16.
1467. Melby, Nathan. "Marvel Lets Fans Decide Series' Fate." Comics
Buyer's Guide. July 12, 2002, pp. 12-13.
1468. Melby, Nathan. "Marvel Masterworks: 1987-2003 and Beyond."
Comics Buyer's Guide. June 6, 2003, p. 28.
1469. Melby, Nathan. "Marvel Rules Top 10 eBay Late June Comics Sales."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. July 26, 2002, p. 44.
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1470. Melby, Nathan. "Marvel's Second New Wave." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
March 14, 2003, p. 14.
1471. Melby, Nathan. "Marvel Suspends Submissions." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Nov. 14, 2003, p. 13.
1472. Melby, Nathan. "Marvel Unveils Spring Line-Up." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Feb. 14, 2003, pp. 12-13.
1473. Melby, Nate. "Sette1ment: Marvel To Reimburse Retailers." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 24, 2004, pp. 1, 12.
' 1474. Melby, Nathan. "A Unified Universe." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 9,
2004, pp. 1, 12.
1475. Melby, Nathan. "Unlucky 13? Thirteen Marvel Titles To Increase to
$2.99 in April." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 31, 2003, p. 12.
1476. Melby, Nathan and John 1. Miller. "Marvel Takes Some Returns. "
Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 4, 2002, pp. 14-15.
1477. Mescallado, Ray. "Marvel Reborn?" Comics Journal. Nov. 1996, pp.
123-125.
1478. The Mightly World ofMantel. London: Magazine Management London,
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1479. Miller, John 1. "Familiar Names Out as New Ownership Cleans House
at Marvel." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 13, 1998, p. 6.
1480. Miller, John 1. "Leaner Marvel Posts Gain in Average Per-Title
Circulation for 1996." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 17, 1997, p. 10.
1481. Miller, Jolm Jackson. "Marvel Prez, Retailers Tussle Over Recorders."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 18, 2002, p. 14.
1482. Miller, John Jackson. "Marvel Should Restore Its Original Numbering."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Sept. 28, 2001, p. 4.
1483. Miller, John 1. "Marvel Struggles To Keep Longtime, New Readers
Involved in Its Universe." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 22, 1999, p. 24.
1484. Miller, John Jackson. "'Marve1ution' Shows up in Title Cancellations."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 24, 1995, p. 6.
1485. Miller, John Jackson and Maggie Thompson. "Marvel Discusses Direct
Market Plans." Comics Buyer 's Guide. March 31 , 1995, pp. 6, 22.
1486. Mom, Eric. "Marvel Smashes Through 2001-02." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Sept. 7, 2001, pp. 38-40.
1487. Morrow, Terry. "Banding Together Marvel's Best-Known Characters."
Northern Virginia Journal. Dec. 1, 2004, p. 19.
1488. Nash, Jesse W. "Neo-Tribalism: Postmodern Pop Culture and Marvel
Comics." Paper presented at Popular Culture Association, Chicago, IL,
Apri17, 1994.
1489. Nelson, George. "Marvel Announces Changes at Wizard World."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 5, 2003, p. 15.
1490. "No Ifs, Ands, or Butts at Marvel." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Sept 28,
2001, p. 6.
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1491. Nolan, Michelle. "When Marvel Met Miss Bliss." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. March 21, 2003, p. 28.
1492. Norris, Floyd. "Boom in Comic Books Lifts New Marvel Stock
Offering." New York Times. July 15, 1991, p. D-1.
1493. Norris, F. "2 Financiers Cross Swords over Marvel." New York Times.
Dec. 28, 1996, pp. A39, A41.
1494. O' Neill, Patrick D. "Marvel Comics." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 13 ,
1998, p. 31.
1495. O'Neill, Patrick D. "Marvel: Out of Bankruptcy, Not Out of
Complications." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 5, 1999, p. 6.
1496. Ott, John. "Marvel Massacres; Malibu Washes Away; Diamond
Demolishes." CAPS. Jan. 1996, p. 5.
1497. "Paramount, Marvel Form Comics Link." Comics Buyer 's Guide. March
8, 1996, p. 10.
1498. Patten, Marc. "Liefeld and Lee 'Return' to Marvel." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Jan. 5, 1996, pp. 6,23.
1499. "Perelman Sells to Murdoch." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 9, 1996, p.
8.
1500. Perez, Ramon F. "El Manana Ya Esta Aqui." EI Wendigo. No. 64, 1994,
pp. 34-35.
1501. Perez Calvo, David. "La Marvelution." A lbur. Verano 1996, p. 18.
1502. "Preiss Offers Marvel Books in 1995." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug. 25,
1995, p. 27.
1503. Raviv, Dan. "How Marvel Went Bankrupt - and Came Back." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. May 3, 2002, pp. 30-31.
1504. "Restraining Order Protects Marvel Board of Directors." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. April 25, 1997, p. 6.
1505. Reynolds, Eric. "Marvel Buys SkyBox." Comics Journal. March 1995,
p. lO.
1506. Reynolds, Eric. "Marvel in Flux: Personnel Changes, Brand Loyalty at
All-Time Low." Comics Journal. Aug. 1994, pp. 17-26.
1507. Reynolds, Eric. "Marvel Restructures Editorial Department." Comics
Journal. Dec. 1994, pp. 34-35.
1508. Reynolds, Eric. "Marvelutionary War Declared: Unprecedented
Upheaval in Direct Market." Comics Journal. March 1995, pp. 9-10.
1509. Reynolds, Eric. "The 'Marvelution' Continues." Comics Journal. Feb.
1995, p. 19.
1510. Reynolds, Eric. "Marvelution: The Art of the Deal." Comics Journal.
April 1995, pp. 11-15.
1511. Ronan, John F. "Lee and Liefeld To Work for Marvel." Comics Journal.
Jan. 1996, pp. 17-20.
1512. Ronan, John F. "Marvel Axes Editorial Department, Slashes Titles."
Comics Journal. Jan. 1996, pp. 9-11.
Comic Books 75

1513. Ronan, John F. "Marvel Stock Down As Earnings Tumble." Comics


Journal. Nov. 1995, p. 16.
1514. Ronan, John F. and Ilse Thompson. "Marvel Announces New Deals."
Comics Journal. Feb. 1996, pp. 17-lS.
1515. Rozanski, Chuck. "More Battle Reports from the Front: How Ronald 0.
Perelman Nearly Ruined the Comics Industry." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Aug. 9, 2002, p. 64.
1516. Rozanski, Chuck. "More on Marvel's 1979 Meeting." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Jan. 23, 2004, p. 44.
1517. Rozanski, Chuck. "A View from the Inside: Behind the Scenes at Jim
Shooter' s Attempted Marvel Takeover." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug.
16, 2002, p. 44.
151S. Rozanski, Chuck. "Wertham vs. Perelman: Who Did the Most Damage
to the Comics Industry?" Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug. 2, 2002, p. 60.
1519. Rozanski, Chuck. "Why Marvel 's No-Reorder Policy Makes Sense."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 7, 2001, p. 46.
1520. Rozanski, Chuck. "Why Marvel's No-Reorder Policy Makes Sense, Part
2." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 14, 2001, p. 48.
1521. Rozanski, Chuck. "Wrapping up the Marvel Offer." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Aug. 30, 2002, p. 40.
1522. Sandler, Linda. "Marvel Entertainment's Disarray Is a Study in Ups and
Downs of Betting on Perelman." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 21 , 1995,
p. C-2.
1523. Sandler, L. "Marvel Investors Find the Perils in Perelman's Superhero
Plan." Wall StreetJounral. Nov. 18, 1996, p. C1.
1524. Serwer, A. E. "The Dustup Over Marvel." Fortune. Jan. 13, 1997, pp.
21-22.
1525. "Shooter Out, Defalco in as Marvel Head Honcho." Comics Feature.
July 1987, p. 4.
1526. "A Short History of Marvel Team-Up." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 11 ,
2001, p. 44.
1527. Shutt, Craig. "All for Naught(s)! Reliving Issues When Marvel Relived
Its Past" Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 2005, pp. 102-104.
1528. Shutt, Craig. "A Marvel Costume Quiz." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan.
31 , 2003, pp. 32-33 .
1529. Smith, Andrew. "Final Issues in Your Future, All from Marvel." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Jan. 2005, pp. 112-113.
1530. Smith, Andrew. "Marveling at the Name Game." Comics Buyer's
Guide. May 25, 2001, pp. 44-45.
1531. " Special 'Clipping Service' Report on Marvel Entertainment." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Dec. 13, 1996, p. 6.
1532. "Spider-Man Bankrupt." New York Post. Dec. 28, 1996, business
section, p. 1.
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1533. "The Splash Page." Previews. March 1997, p. 13.


1534. Spurgeon, Tom. "Hero Rejected." Comics Journal. March 1997, p. 9.
1535. Spurgeon, Tom "Icalm's Last Stand." Comics Journal. June 1998, p.
14.
1536. Spurgeon, Tom. "It's Confirmed: Judge Approves Marvelffoy Biz
Merger." Comics Journal. Aug. 1998, pp. 13-14.
1537. Spurgeon, Tom. "Marvel Bondholders Vote in New Board...." Comics
Journal. July 1997, p. 9.
1538. Spurgeon, Tom. "Marvel by the Numbers." Comics Journal. Dec. 1999,
p.9.
1539. Spurgeon, Tom. "Marvel Files For Chapter II Bankruptcy; Claims
Little Impact on Immediate Publishing Plans." Comics Journal. Dec.
1996, p. 12.
1540. Spurgeon, Tom. "Marvel Part of Universal Expansion." Comics
Journal. Nov. 1998, p. 42.
1541. Spurgeon, Tom. "Marvel Resolution on a Faster Track." Comics
Journal. Jan. 1998, pp. 16-17.
1542. Spurgeon, Tom. "Marvel Still Reeling." Comics Journal. Oct. 1997, p.
16.
1543. Spurgeon, Tom. '''Merry o/o&*#@!* X-Mas': Marvel Sends Out
Overpayment Notices: Harassment Suit Made Public." Comics Journal.
Dec. 1998, pp. 5-6.
1544. Spurgeon, Tom. "PerelmanJBondholder Battle Heats Up." Comics
Journal. March 1997, pp. 9-10.
1545. Spurgeon, Tom. "Perelman Group, Bondholder Group Issue Competing
Plans for Marvel." Comics Journal. April 1997, p. 13.
1546. Spurgeon, Tom. "Witness at the Marvelution." Comics Journal. May
1995, pp. 1-2.
1547. Spurgeon, Tom and Greg Stump. "Marvel's Corporate-Level Financial
Saga Continues." Comics Journal. Feb. 1997, pp. 11-12.
1548. St. Lawrence, Gary. "Marvel Knights: New Lessons from the Old
School." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 25, 1998, pp. 22-24.
1549. Strom, S. "Marvel's Bad Quarter Raises Doubts About Perelman's
Plans." New York Times. Oct. 10, 19%, p. D8.
1550. Stuempfig, Julie. "Marvel Acquires World Distribution. How Does the
Industry React?" Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 27, 1995, pp. 6, 30.
1551. Stuempfig, Julie. "Marvelution: The Industry Reacts." Comics Buyer's
Guide. March 31,1995, pp. 80, 82, 84.
1552. Stump, Greg. "Hello Again: Marvel Goes With Diamond." Comics
Journal. Feb. 1997, pp. 9-10.
1553. Stump, Greg. "Marvel Hires a New President." Comics Journal. Sept.
1996, p. 32.
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1554. Stump, Greg. "Marvel's Woes Continue." Comics Journal. Nov. 1996,
pp.9-1O.
1555. Stump, Greg. "Miller Incites Marvel at Baltimore." Comics Journal.
Aug. 1994, pp. 38-39.
1556. "Subscribers' Share of Marvel Circulation Grows." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Jan. 5, 1996, p. 10.
1557. Sullivan, R L . "Batman Is a Bustier." Forbes. April 8, 1996, pp. 37-38.
1558. Terdiman, Daniel. "Marvel Battles Role Players." www.wired.com.
Nov. 16, 2004.
1559. Thompson, Maggie. "Bill Jemas: People Are Happy at The House of
Ideas." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 5, 2001, pp. 6, 8.
1560. Thompson, Maggie. "CarlIcahn, Bondholders Announce Plan to Ditch
Perelman Marvel Board." Comics Buyer 's Guide. April 11, 1997, p. 6.
1561. Thompson, Maggie. '''Making Good Comics' : Calabrese Discusses
Marvel's Goals, Projects." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 2, 1996, pp, 6,
22.
1562. Thompson, Maggie. "Marvel Entertainment Group President and CEO
Expresses Confidence." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 17, 1997, p. 8.
1563. Thompson, Maggie. "Marvel Files Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Petition."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 17, 1997, p. 6.
1564. Thompson, Maggie. "Marvel Gives Its Titles the Silent Treatment in
December." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 16, 2001, p. 6.
1565. Thompson, Maggie. ''Marvel's Jemas: 'Marvel Is Not Giving up in
Comics!' 'New Customers Are Our Mission! '" Comics Buyer's Guide.
June 9, 2000, pp. 6, 8.
1566. Thompson, Maggie. "Marvel's 'Kids' Line Aims at Youngest Readers."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 30, 1998, p. 42.
1567. Thompson, Maggie. "Marvelution Meets 'Black Wednesday.'" Comics
Buyer's Guide. Jan. 26, 1996, p. 6.
1568. Tiefenbacher, Mike. "The Marvel Distribution Roller Coaster Ride. "
Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 26, 1996, pp. 22, 26, 36.
1569. "The Top Story: Marvel Attempts To Rejuvenate Market by Appealing
to Lowest Common Denominator." Borderline. Aug. 2001, p. 55.
1570. "Toy Biz Withdraws from Marvel Merger." Comics Buyer's Guide.
June 20, 1997, p. 6.
1571. "Universal Theme Park Will Feature Marvel Characters." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Oct 7, 1994, p. 54.
1572. "USAopoly Has a Marvel Monopoly." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 29,
1999, p. 62.
1573. Van Matre, Lynn. "Superhero Worship Marvel Comics Thrives As the
Well-Spring of an American Mythology of the 20th Century." Chicago
Tribune. Oct 20, 1991, p. C-1.
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1574. Vest, 1. "Spider-Man vs. Wall Street: Round 2." Us. News & World
Report. Dec. 23,1996, p. 52.
1575. "Wall Street Responds to Bankruptcy." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 17,
1997, p. 8.
1576. Warner, S. "Marvel Entertainment Files for Bankruptcy." Knight-
RidderlTribune Business News. Dec. 28, 1996, p. 1228B0905.
1577. Weichbrodt, Robert. "Marvel Maste ha Last den Form B & B -
Spalten." Bild & BuM/a. No.2, 1990, pp. 30-31.
1578. "What's What with Marvel's Ratings." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug. 3,
2001, p. 6.
1579. "Where Are Some Marvel Heads Now?" Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 7,
2003, p. 27.
1580. Worcester, Kent. "When Money Is King." ComicsJoumal. March 1997,
p.32.
1581. Wu, William F. "White Makes Right: Marvel's Kung Fu Color Line."
Inside Comics. Fall 1974, pp. 39-40.
1582. Yronwode, Cat. "Fit to Print." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 23, 1996, p.
12.

Mile High Comics


1583. Rozanski, Chuck. "The Origins of Mile High Comics." Comic Book
Artist. Dec. 2004, pp. 212-214.
1584. Rozanski, Chuck. "The Origins of Mile High Comics Part IT." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Jan. 2005, pp. 212-213.
Milestone Comics
1585. Harvey, R C. "Milestone at 10." Comics Journal. Oct 2002, p. 22.
1586. Nadorp, Michel. "Milestone." Stripschrijt. Feb. 1993, pp. 34-35.
1587. O'Neill, Patrick D. "McDuffie: 'Milestone Media Is Still in Business.'"
Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 13, 1998, p. 28.
1588. Stump, Greg. "The End of the Road for Milestone Comics." Comics
Journal. Feb. 1997, pp. 18-21.
Millennium
1589. "Adam Hughes Helps Millennium Put Wheels Under Chassis." Comics
Buyer's Guide. June 14,1996, p. 56.
1590. "Millennium Announces Spooky Plans." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct.
27, 1995, p. 80.
1591. "Millennium Goes Modern; Imprint Features 'Billy Dogma,' 'Keyhole,'
and Other Titles." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 14, 1997, p. 58.
Comic Books 79

Mirage
1592. "Mirage Drops Comics." Comics Buyer 's Guide. July 21 , 1995, p. 60.
1593. "Mirage Folds Comics Line." Comics Journal. Aug. 1995, p. 24.

NBM
1594. "NBM Leaps into Comic Book Publishing with Corto Maltese." Comics
Journal. March 1997, pp. 24-25.
1595. Yronwode, Cat. "NBM Eats Cereal in December." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Oct 13,1995, pp. 36, 42.
Oni Press
1596. Atchinson, Lee, ed. "Dear Oni: A Love Letter to Oni Press." Sequential
Tart. July 2004.
1597. Eales, Jay. "Black and White and Read AllOver." Borderline. Oct.
2002,p.9.
1598. Eales, Jay. "Interview: Oni Press - The Creators Have Their Say Part
2." Borderline. Nov. 2002, pp. 12-18.
1599. Haneley, Rebecca and Lee Atchinson. "Seven Years of Alternative
Comics: Oni Press." Sequential Tart. July 2004.
1600. Irving, Chris. "Publisher Spotlight: Oni Press." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Sept. 15, 2000, p. 11.
1601. Isabella, Tony. "Tony on Oni." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 28, 2001,
pp. 16-17.
1602. "Oni Press - The Creators Have their Say Part I." Borderline. Dec. 6,
2002, pp. 12-19.
1603. "Oni' s Bad Boys, Magicians and Movie Makers." Comics International.
Dec. 1998, p. 4.
1604. "Schreck and Nozemack Launch Oni Press." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Oct. 10, 1997, p. 8.
1605. "Smith Writes Comic Book Starring Jay and Silent Bob." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Oct. 10, 1997, p. 8.
Penny-Farthing Press
1606. Dean, Michael. "CBG Profile: Penny-Farthing Press." Comics Buyer's
Guide. June 5, 1998, p. 55.
1607. Frankenho:ff, Brent. "Penny-Farthing Pedals Forward." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. May 7, 1999, pp. 40-41.
1608. St. Lawrence, Gary. "Penny-Farthing's 'The Victorian' Addresses the
New Century with the Old." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Sept. 4, 1998, pp.
28, 42.
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Planet Comics
1609. David, Peter. "But I Digress [Closing of Planet Comics)." Comics
Buyer's Guide. March 15, 1996, p. 106.
1610. Jackson, M Terry. "Planet Comics: Four Years Later." Gauntlet. No.
19, 2000, pp. 59~8.
1611. "Planet Comics Owners' Woes Continue." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb.
2, 1996, p. 34.
1612. "Planet Comics Succumb." Indy Magazine. No. 14, 1996, p. 7.
Random Bouse
1613. "Random House Gets Golden Age Comics Publisher: Golden." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Sept. 14,2001, p. 6.
1614. "Random House Releases Summer Comics from Two Imprints."
Comics Journal. June/July 2004, p. 29.
Rip-OfT Comics
1615. Fontes, Ron. "Rip Off Press Inc." Comics Interview. No. 150, 1995, pp.
71-85.
1616. Uhlenbrock, Bryan. "A Rip Off is a Good Deal: An Overview of Ripoff
Comics." Comics Feature. Feb. 1982, pp. 53-58.
Sirius Entertainment Inc.
1617. "New Cyberpunk Series from Sirius." Comics International. March
1998,p.18.
1618. Rodman, Larry, "The Agony and the Ecstasy: Sirius Entertainment,
Inc." Comics Journal. June 2000, pp. 28-32.
1619. "Sirius Business: Publisher's Line-up Keeps Growing." Comics Buyer's
Guide. March 15,1996, pp. 72, 74,80.
1620. "Sirius To Publish Vess Portfolio." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 14,
1993, p. 8.
1621. "Sirius UndeI1akes 'Armageddon Quest.'" Comics Buyer's Guide.
March 14, 1997, p. 8.
Slave Labor
1622. Fassbender, Tom "Monkeying Around with Jhonen Vasquez." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Jan. 10, 1997, p. 32.
1623. Torres, 1. "Ten Years at Slave Labor." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 11,
1996 pp. 32-34.
Comic Books 81

Sleeping Giant Comics


1624. Ginsberg, Steve. "The Sleeping Giant Wakes: 'Death by Chocolate' and
'Threshold' Are David Yurkovich's Dreams." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
June 6, 1997, p. 58.
1625. "Publishers '97 - Sleeping Giant Comics." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May
30, 1997, p. 20.

Stan Lee Media


1626. Dean, Michael. "Federal Investigation of Stan Lee Media Leads to
Indictments of Peter Paul, TI1ree Others." Comics Journal. July 2001,
pp. 20-21.
1627. Dean, Michael. "Stan Lee Media Co-Founder Peter Paul Arrested on
Charges of Stock Fraud." Comics Journal. Sept. 2001, p. 19.
1628. Dean, Michael. "Who Killed Stan Lee Media? Peter Paul Tells His Side
of the Story." Comics Journal. May 2001, pp. 6-9.
1629. Mom, Eric. "Stan Lee Media Falls Victim to Dot.Com Carnage."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 12, 2001, p. 6.
1630. Moro, Eric. "Stan Lee Media Files for Chapter 11." Comics Buyer's
Guide. March 9, 2001, p. 6.
1631. Spurgeon, Tom. "Elcelsi-sore! Stan Lee Media Takes Fre-Holiday Hit."
Comics Journal. Feb. 2001, pp. 10-13.
1632. "Stan Lee Forms New Company as Marvel Remains on Shaky Ground."
Comics International. June 1999, p. 22.
1633. "Stan Lee Media Inc. Secures Financing." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec.
22, 2000, p. 10.
1634. "Stan Lee Stock Fraud Suspect Arrested in Brnzil." ASIFA San
Francisco. Sept. 2001, p. 5.
1635. Swartz, Jon. "Stan Lee Rises from Dot-Com Rubble." USA Today. May
12, 2004.
Tangent Comics
1636. "DC's Tangent Universe Preps Up for Second Innings." Comics
International. May 1998, p. 14.
1637. Isabella, Tony. "Tony 's Tips." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 7, 1997, p.
28.
1638. Lang, Jeff. "The Tangent Universe." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 3,
1997, pp. 28-30.

Tekno-Comix
1639. Frederick, James. "Back to the Beginning." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov.
10, 1995, p. 28.
82 Comic Books and Comic Strips through 2005

1640. Frederick, James. "Happy Birthday, Tekno Comix. Tekno Celebrates Its
First Year of Publication." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 10, 1995, pp.
27-28.
1641. Frederick, James. "'John Jakes' Mullkon Empire' Returns the Creator to
His Roots." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 10, 1995, p. 28.
1642. Frederick, James. "Tekno Is Not Blind to Justice." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Nov. 10, 1995, p. 27.
1643. "Happy Birthday Tekno Comix!" Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 10,
1995, p. 26.
1644. "Tekno-Comix Expands and Diversifies in 1995." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Feb. 3, 1995, pp. 26-28.
1645. "Tekno-Comix Is Dedicated to the Memory of Gene Roddenberry."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 14, 1994, p. 50.
Todd McFarlane Productions
1646. "McFarlane Productions Expands." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 18,
1998, p.6.
1647. Patten, Marc. "Todd McFarlane Productions Buys Eclipse Assets."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. April 26, 1996, p. 6.

Top Cow
1648. Allstetter, Rob. "Top Cow Takes on Marvel." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Aug. 9, 1996, p. 8.
1649. Beemer, Olav. "Heen en Weer, Deel 2." Stripschrift. Dec. 1996, pp. 34-
35.
1650. Brady, Matt and Mike Doran. "Top Cow Launches Minotaur Imprint
with Obergeist." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 29, 2000, p. 6.
1651. "Hop Now, Top Cow." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 5, 1996, p. 6.
1652. Samsel, Rob. "Crusade and Top Crow Give Readers Summer Deja vu."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept 27, 1996, pp. 56, 58.
1653. "Top Cow Returns to Image." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct 25, 1996, p.
6.
1654. "Top Cow To Add Tie-ins." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 3,2003, p. 14.
Top Shelf Productions
1655. Dean, Mike. "Top Shelf Experiments with Returnability." Comics
Journal. Feb. 2001, p. 25.
1656. "What a Difference a Day Makes: Top Shelf Productions." Borderline.
May 2002, p. 24.
Comic Books 83

Tower Comics
1657. Feldman, Michael. "The Secret Origin of Tower Comics: A Short
History of Harry Shorten" Comics Buyer 's Guide. July 2001, p. 16.
1658. Gartland, Mike. "Tres Chic: Chic Stone on Tower." Comic Book Artist.
July 2oo1, p. 71.
1659. Irving, Chris. "Rise & Fall of Tower Comics." Comic Book Artist. July
2oo1, pp. 12-16.

Vertigo
1660. Lopes, Reinaldo and Aluno de Graduacao. "Vertigo." Quadreca. Feb.
2oo1, pp. 4243.
1661. Melby, Nathan "Vertigo Celebrates 101h Anniversary." Comics Buyer's
Guide. March 14,2003, pp. 1, 12-13.
1662. Mono!, Noel. "Comic Book Confessional: I Lost My Girl to Vertigo
Comics." Borderline. Dec. 2oo1, p. 25.
1663. "Vertigo Gets into Action Figures." Comics International. Nov. 1998, p.
8.
1664. "Vertigo's Scene of the Crime Report." Comics International. March
1999,p.8.
Warren
1665. Alger, Bill. "The Great Jack Davis (Kinda) Remembers the Days at
Warren." Comic Book Artist. Spring 1999, p. 31.
1666. Cooke, Jon B. "The Big Push and Other Tales: William DuBay Reveals
the Real Horror Stories of Warren" Comic Book Artist. Spring 1999, pp.
78-85.
1667. Cooke, Jon B. "'Captain' of the Company: Flo Steinberg Discusses
(Spider) Monkey Business in the Office." Comic Book Artist. Spring
1999, pp. 103, 113.
1668. Cooke, Jon B. "Shades of the Crypt: Al Williamson Discusses His Great
Work at Warren" Comic BookArtist. Spring 1999, pp. 48-50.
1669. Cooke, Jon B. "A Spirited Relationship: WiD Eisner Discusses His
Experiences with Warren." Comic Book Artist. Spring 1999, pp. 100-
102.
1670. Cooke, Jon B. "The Torres Effect: 'Gentleman' Angelo Torres on His
Work for Warren." Comic BookArtist. Spring 1999, p. 46.
1671. Cooke, Jon B. "The Warren Experience." Comic Book Artist. Spring
1999, p. 2.
1672. Cooke, Jon B. "Weezie Jones Simonson: Louise Discusses Her Life &
Times as a Warren Editor." Comic BookArtist. Spring 1999, pp. 92-99.
1673. Cooke, Jon B. "Wrightson's Warren Days." Comic Book Artist. Spring
1999, pp. 86-91.
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1674. Goodwin, Archie. "The Black-&-White World of Warren Publications."


Comic BookArtist. Spring 1999, pp. 8-11.
1675. Howell, Richard. "Goodwin Times: A Brief Look at Warren's Golden
Age ofB-&-W Horror." Comic Book Artist. Spring 1999, pp. 44-45.
1676. "Los Premios Warren 1971." Bang! No.9, 1973, p. 28.
1677. Roach, David A. and Jon B. Cooke, eds. The Warren Companion.
Raleigh, NC: Twomorrows Publishing, 2001. 272 pp.
1678. Toth, Alex. "Before I Forget: The Arist Discusses the Challenges of His
Black-and-White Work at Warren Magazines." Comic Book Artist.
Spring 1999, pp. 56-62.
1679. Vigil, L. "Los Comic Books de Warren." Bang! No.9, 1973, p. 28.
Western Publishing
1680. Cooke, Jon B. "Mining the Gold." Comic BookArtist. Oct 2002, p. 5.
1681. Evanier, Mark. "Point of View." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 23, 1996,
p.36.
1682. Evanier, Mark. "Point of View." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 22, 1997,
p.22.
1683. Evanier, Mark. "POV: Point of View." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 7,
1995, pp. 50, 59.
1684. "Western Publishing Group Cuts Work-Force." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Nov. 17,1995, p. 6.
WildStorm Productions
1685. Brady, Matt and Mike Doran. "Meet the New Boss: WildStorm Sold to
DC?" Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 25,1998, pp. 6, 8.
1686. "Creators Return to WildStorm Titles." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 28,
1997, p. 60.
1687. "DC Acquires WildStorm." Comics International. Nov. 1998, p. 5.
1688. "Jim Lee Forms Wildstonn Productions." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 7,
1993, p. 6.
1689. "WildStorm and Marvel Characters To Cross Over." Comics Buyer's
Guide. June 14, 1996, p. 8.
1690. "Wildstorm Comics News." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 24, 1887, p. 50.
1691. "Wildstorm Names Everthing Wildstonn." Comics Journal. June/July
2004, p. 25.
1692. "WildStorm To Publish Tie-in to Top-Selling Video Game. Comics
International. Jan 1998, p. 6.
1693. "Wild Times at WildStorm." Comics International. May 1999, p. 6.
Wizards of the Coast
1694. Greenholdt, Joyce. "Wizards of the Coast Announces Plan To Buy
TSR" Comics Buyer's Guide. May 2, 1997, p. 6.
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1695. "Hasbro Buys Wizards of the Coast." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 1,
1999, p. 6.
1696. "When Titans Merge: A Look at the Histories of Wizard of the Coast
and TSR" Comics Buyer's Guide. May 2, 1997, p. 6.

Distribution
General Sources
1697. "Circulation Wrap-Up." Folio: The Magazine for Magazine
Management. Dec. 1990, pp. 247-258.
1698. "Comics Are Distributed Online." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 12,
1995, p. 40.
1699. "Comics Economics: The 100 US Comicbook Sellers for May 1999."
Comics International. June 1999, pp. 62-63.
1700. "Crusade Returns to Non-Exclusive Distribution." Comics Buyer's
Guide. June 21, 1996, p. 6.
1701. Dean, Michael. "Comics Expand into SuperStand" Comics Buyer's
Guide. April 10, 1998, p. 50.
1702. Dean, Michael. "Justice Department Anti-Trust Division Investigates
Comics Distribution." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 14, 1997, p. 6.
1703. Dean, Michael. "Reeling from Anthrax Attack and Distribution
Troubles, Cracked Awaits Salvation. " Comics Journal April 2002, pp.
11-15.
1704. "The Distributor Wars Are Over." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug. 16,
1996, p. 6.
1705. Evanier, Marle "Comics in Liquor Stores? West Coast Distribution
Schemes." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 1,2002, pp. 36-37.
1706. Evanier, Mark. "Point of View." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 20,
1998, pp. 24, 28.
1707. "Ex-Exclusives React." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug. 23, 1996, p. 32.
1708. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Resale Report." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 10,
2000, p.20.
1709. Hoffman, Barry. "Editorial Meanderings." Gauntlet. No. 17, 1999, p. 6.
1710. MacDonald, Heidi. "The Book Trade: This Is It" Comics Buyer's
Guide. May 23, 2003, p. 10.
1711. Melby, Nathan. "DC Experiemnts with Limited Returnability." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Dec. 13, 2002, p. 14.
1712. Miller, John Jackson. "The Phone Book Effect." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Dec. 2004, pp. 40-45.
1713. ''PACER Raises Concerns about NextPlanetOver, Calls Again for End
to Exclusives." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 28, 1999, p. 8.
1714. Rozanski, Chuck. "DC's Debut Distribution Deal." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. April 2, 2004, p. 44.
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1715. Rozanski, Chuck. "Figuring Freight" Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 20,
2004,p.42.
1716. Rozanski, Chuck. "The Game of Points." Comics Buyer's Guide. April
9, 2004, p. 44.
1717. Rozanski, Chuck. "How Limited is Limited?" Comics Buyer's Guide.
~t.2004,pp. 132-133.
1718. Rozanski, Chuck. "Taking to the Air." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 5,
2004, p. 46.
1719. Seidman, David. "Blam! Comic-Book Agents Hit the Scene." Los
Angeles Times. Nov.29, 1994, p. D-4.
1720. Seidman, David. "Guest Editorial." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 24,
1995, p. 4.
1721. Sivier, Mike. "Return to Sender." Borderline. March 2003, p. 35.
1722. Stroup, Tim and Mark Thompson "Comic Distribution Headaches:
How We Got into This Mess." Gauntlet. No. 19,2000, pp. 19-20.
1723. Stuempfig, Julie. "Distributors Talk About the Market Pinch." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Dec. 9, 1994, p. 24.
1724. Stuempfig, Julie. "Retailers Respond to Marvel's Marketing Plan."
Comics Buyer's Guide. May 5, 1995, pp. 38, 44.
1725. Stump, Greg. "Department of Justice Investigates Comics Distribution
Industry." Comics Journal. ~t. 1997, pp. 9-12.
1726. Thompson, Maggie. "Calabrese Tackles Distribution Problem." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Feb. 2,1996, p. 22.
1727. Thompson, Maggie. "Shops, Distributors Rally To Help NYC Store."
Comics Buyer's Guide. ~t. 12,2001, p. 8.
1728. "Viz Announces End of Exclusive Distribution Deal." Comics Buyer's
Guide. July 19, 1996, p. 8.
1729. Wheeler, Doug. [Letter]. Comics Buyer's Guide. March 18, 1994, pp. 6,
8, 10, 12, 14, 16.
Direct Market
1730. Beerbohm, Robert L. "Secret Origins of the Direct Market." Comic
BookArtist. Fall 1999, pp. 80-91.
1731. Beerhohm, Robert L. "Secret Origins of the Direct Market: Part Two:
Phil Seuling and the Undergrounds Emerge." Comic Book Artist. March
2000, pp. 116-125.
1732. "Comic-Book Distribution: 25 Direct-Market Years." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Dec. 1, 2000, p. 8.
1733. "DC Comics Reorganizes Direct Market Group." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Sept. 8, 1995, p. 6.
1734. Dean, Michael. "CMAA Tries To Make Friends with the Direct
Market." Comics Journal. Nov. 1999, pp. 7-9.
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1735. "Direct Market: The Birth of an Industry." Comics International. Nov.


1998, pp. 9-12.
1736. Rozanski, Chuck. "The Direct Impact of the Direct Market." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Dec. 19,2003, p. 44.
1737. Rozanski, Chuck. "Dozens of Options in the Early Direct Market."
Comics Buyer's Guide. April 16, 2004, p. 44.
1738. Rozanski, Chuck. "The History of the Direct Market, Part I." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Sept. 12, 2003, p. 44.
1739. Rozanski, Chuck. "An Immediate Success: Discounts and Timing Made
the Direct Market." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 19,2003, p. 48.
1740. "September Direct Market Sales Compare Favorably to 2003." Comics
Journal. Jan.-Feb. 2005, p. 29.
1741. Spurgeon, Tom and Craig McKenney. "Diamond and the Small Press,
Part II." Comics Journal. Nov. 1999, pp. 16-19.
1742. Stump, Greg. "The Millennium Project: Can Buddy Saunders Save the
Industry? Texas Retailer Sounds Off Against Limited Returns and How
To Fix the Direct Market." Comics Journal. April 1998, pp. 15-16.
1743. "WiIdStorm Announces Direct-Mail Operation." Comics Buyer's Guide.
March 15, 1996, p. 12.

Distributors
1744. Atterbom, Daniel. "Monopo1 Pa Seriedestribution i USA?" BUd &
Bubbla. No.3, 1996, p. 29.
1745. Dean, Michael. "Big and Small Distributors Gear up for Possible Third
Week of Strike." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept 5,1997, p. 6.
1746. Dean, Michael. "Book, Distributor LPC Takes a Dive with Publishers'
Money." ComicsJoumal. Aug. 2002, pp. 21-22, 24.
1747. Gray, Bob. "Distribution Fallout: Conversations with Capital's John
Davis and Diamond's Steve Geppi." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 23,
1996,pp. 22, 26,30, 32.
1748. "Heroes World Closes Warehouses, Sub-Contracts Marvel
Distribution." Comics Buyer's Guide. June 28,1996, p. 6.
1749. Miller, John 1. "Amazon.com Links up with Mile High Comics."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 29, 1999, p. 6.
1750. "New Distributor Challenges Diamond" Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 7,
1997, p. 6.
1751. Pini, Richard. "The Big Question (A Matter of Opinion)." Comics
Journal. Dec. 1993, pp. 7-8.
1752. Rozanski, Chuck. "1981: A Distributor's Organization." Comics
Buyer's Guide. March 12, 2004, p. 40.
1753. Rozanski, Chuck. "The Stage Was Set: 1981 Was the Year of
Distributor Alliances." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 19,2004, p. 40.
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1754. Stroup, Tim and Mark Thompson. "Comic Distribution Headaches: A


View from Another Distributor." Gauntlet. No119, 2000, pp: 21-23.
Capital City
1755. "Buyout Closes 15 Years of Capital IndusUy." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Aug. 16, 1996, p. 8.
1756. "Capital Checks: Not Just in the Mail, But Delivered." Comics Journal.
April 1998, p. 29.
1757. "Capital City Acquires Friendly Frank's."Comics Buyer's Guide. June
16, 1995, p. 6.
1758. "Capital City Eliminates Discount Structure, Adopts Flat Pricing."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept 8, 1995, p. 6.
1759. "Capital City Offers Exclusive Products." Comics Buyer 's Guide. March
1, 1995, p. 6.
1760. "Capital City Sets Up 'Service 2000.''' Comics Journal. Sept. 1994, p.
40.
1761. "Capital City Signs TSR and VIZ to Exclusive Deals." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Sept. 15, 1995, p. 6.
1762. "Capital City Trims Warehouse, Lays Off Staff" Comics Buyer's
Guide. Sept. 29, 1995, p. 6.
1763. "Capital Lays Off 20, Reorganizes Executive Level." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Oct. 27, 1995, p. 6.
1764. "Capital Settles DC/Diamond Suit" Comics Buyer's Guide. June 2,
1995, p. 6.
1765. "Capital to Backlist Formerly Exclusive Crusade Titles." Comics
Buyer's Guide. June 21, 1996, p. 6.
1766. David, Peter. "But I Digress." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 11, 1994, p.
106.
1767. "Good News for Capital Creditors?" Comics Journal. Nov. 1996, p. 23.
1768. Miller, John 1. "Capital Buyout: the Top Story of Tmbulent 1996."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 24, 1997, pp. 8, 10.
1769. Miller, John 1. "Capital City Co-Owner Speaks Out on Distribution
Changes." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 6, 1995, p. 10.
1770. Raphael, Jordan. "Capital Talks Expand; More Exclusives Signed."
Comics Journal. Oct 1995, pp. 10-12.
1771. Reynolds, Eric. "Capital Announces Controversial Penalty Fees for
Publishers." Comics Journal. Feb. 1994, pp. 17-26.
1772. Reynolds, Eric. "Capital City Acquires Friendly Frank's." Comics
Journal. July 1995, pp. 13-15.
1773. "Starlog Goes Capital." Comics Journal. April 1996, p. 23.
1774. "Starlog Goes Exclusive with Capital." Comics Buyer's Guide. May 3,
1996, p. 6.
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Diamond
1775. "Archie, Others Sign Exclusive Agreement with Diamond." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. April 5, 1996, p. 28.
1776. Beemer, Olav. "Stars and Strips. Diamond Koopt Capital." Stripschrift
Sept. 19%, pp. 34-35.
1777. Coville, Jamie. "The Diamond Internet Controversy." Gauntlet. No. 19,
2000, pp. 55-58.
1778. "DC Comics and Diamond Comics Distributors Forge Exclusive
Agreement." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 19, 1995, pp. 31-34.
1779. "DC, Diamond Sign Exclusive Distribution Pact." Comics Buyer's
Guide. May 19, 1995, p. 6.
1780. Dean, Michael. "Diamond Eats $40,000 a Week To Keep Comics
Product Moving." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug. 29, 1997, p. 6.
1781. Dean, Michael. "Diamond Will Ship Early to Large-Volume Retailers."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. July 17, 1998, p. 6.
1782. Dean, Michael. "Geppi Accused of Plundering Harvey Warehouse."
Comics Journal Dec. 2000, pp. 5-6.
1783. Dean, Michael. "Geppi Acquires Nation' s Largest Game Distributor."
Comics Journal Aug. 2000, pp. 11-12.
1784. Dean, Michael. "Geppi Sets Sights on Disney Comics Franchise."
Comics Journal. July 1999, pp. 5-6.
1785. Dean, Michael. "Update on the Multi-BooklDiamond Agreement."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 5, 19%, p. 34.
1786. "Diamond, Acclaim Organize Acclaim sates Rep Program." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 18, 19%, p. 6.
1787. "Diamond Acquires Comics Unlimited Ltd." Comics Buyer's Guide.
July 8, 1994, p. 6.
1788. "Diamond Acquires Gerber's Archival Products." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. May 21, 1999, p. 6.
1789. "Diamond Acquires Titan Distributors." Comics Journal. Oct. 1993, pp.
33-34.
1790. "Diamond Announces Survey Results." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 6,
1995, p. 6.
1791. "Diamond Announces Survey Results." Comics Journal. Feb. 1995, p.
30.
1792. "Diamond Buys Russ Cochran Ltd. To Expand Its Publishing and
Original Art Sales." Comics Journal. Jan. 1994, p. II.
1793. "Diamond Clarifies Content Guidelines for 'Previews. ,,, Comics Buyer's
Guide. April 26, 1996, p. 6.
1794. "Diamond Closes Distribution Centers in Seattle and Chicago." Comics
Journal. Dec.1996, p. 29.
1795. "Diamond Closes 18 Centers, Lays Off 180 Employees." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 2, 1996, p. 34.
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1796. "Diamond Consolidates Distribution Centers." Comics Buyer's Guide.


Jan. 3, 1997, p. 10.
1797. "Diamond Hires Former Capital City Co-Owner, Employees." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Nov. 22, 1996, p. 8.
1798. "Diamond: No Extra Charge for Third Strike Week." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Sept 12, 1997, p. 6.
1799. "Diamond Planned for UPS Strike." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug. 22,
1997, p. 8.
1800. "Diamond Pledges ' Open Access to the Marketplace.'" Comics Buyer's
Guide. April 7, 1995, p. 6.
1801. "Diamond Pledges 'Open Access to the Marketplace. '" Comics Buyer 's
Guide. April 14, 1995, p. 22.
1802. "Diamond Refuses To Distribute Xeric Winner True Swamp." Comics
Journal. Feb. 1994, p. 39.
1803. "Diamond Releases July 'Top 100.'" Comics Buyer's Guide. July 14,
1995, p. 6.
1804. "Diamond Responds to Crusade Move." Comics Buyer's Guide. June
21, 1996, p. 6.
1805. "Diamond To Decide U-Decide." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 19, 2002,
pp. 1, 13.
1806. "Editor Gone From Geppi' s Baltimore Magazine." Comics Journal.
April 1998, pp. 29-30.
1807. Geppi, Steve. "Positive Channels." Comics Journal. Oct. 1997, p. 10.
1808. Miller, John 1. "Diamond Owner Geppi Acquires Largest Mail-order
Business." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 13, 1998, pp. 6, 8.
1809. Miller, John 1. "Diamond Owner Geppi Buys Largest Game
Distributor." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug. 25, 2000, p. 8.
1810. Miller, John Jackson.. "Retailers React to Diamond' s Thursday-ship
Trial Balloon." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct 26, 2001, p. 8, 10.
1811. Nyberg, Amy K. "Marketing MaIvel: An Analysis of Diamond' s
'Previews' Catalog." Paper presented at Popular Culture Association,
Orlando, FL, April 9, 1998.
1812. O ' Neill, Patrick D. "Diamond Defends Online Deal, Citing Soft Sales;
Retailers Probe Ownership." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 16, 1999, p .
6.
1813. O'Neill, Patrick D . "Diamond's Exclusives." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Nov. 30, 2001, p. 12.
1814. O'Neill, Patrick D . "Geppi, Milo Call Acquisition Good News for
Direct Market" Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 20, 1998, p. 7.
1815. "Reminder From Diamond: Keep Ads 'PG-13.''' Comics Journal. May
1996, p. 27.
1816. "Retailers React to Diamond' s Purchase of Capital." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Aug. 16, 1996, p. 10.
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1817. Reynolds, Eric. "David vs. Goliath: Image and Dark Horse Go with
Diamond; TSR, Kitchen and Viz to Capital." Comics Journal. Sept.
1995, pp. 5-6.
1818. Ronan, John F. "Diamond Distributors Closes Warehouses." Comics
Journal. Jan. 1996, p. 14.
1819. "Seminar Series Replaces Diamond Vegas Event." Comics Buyer's
Guide. March 24, 1995, p. 76.
1820. "Sirius Drops Exclusivity with Diamond" Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct.
11, 19%, p. 8.
1821. Spurgeon, Tom "Dealing with Diamond" Comics Journal. Nov. 2000,
pp. 11-16.
1822. Spurgeon, Tom. "How Diamond Works." Comics Journal. Aug. 1999,
pp. 30-32, 35-39.
1823. Spurgeon, Tom "Is Diamond Necessary?" Comics Journal. April 2000,
pp.20-26.
1824. Spurgeon, Tom. "The View from the Bottom: Do Small Arts Publishers
See Diamond as a Help or a Hindrance?" Comics Journal. July 2000,
pp.12-17.
1825. Spurgeon, Tom and Andrew Weidner. "Diamond Shift Policy." Comics
Journal. Aug. 1998, pp. 9-12.
1826. Stuempfig, Julie. "Distributors React to the DC-Diamond Distribution
Agreement." Comics Buyer 's Guide. June 9, 1995, p. 6.
1827. Stuempfig, Julie. "Retailers React to the DC-Diamond Distribution
Agreement." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 26, 1995, p. 24.
1828. Stump, Greg. "Davis and Former Capital City Employees Join
Diamond." Comics Journal. Dec. 19%, pp. 13-15.
1829. Stump, Greg. "Diamond Buys Capital." Comics Journal. Aug. 1996, pp.
15-18,20.
1830. Stump, Greg. '<Paranoia: Some Retailers Fear Diamond." Comics
Journal. Oct. 1997, p. 12.
1831. Thompson, Maggie. "The Diamond Age." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb.
22, 2002, p. 4.
1832. Thompson, Maggie. "Diamond at 20." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 22,
2002, pp. 1, 14.
1833. Thompson, Maggie. "Diamond Gets Marvel." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Feb. 28, 1997, pp. 6, 8.
1834. Thompson, Maggie. "Editorial." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 16, 1996,
p.4.
1835. Thompson, Maggie and Brent Frankenhoff. "Diamond Celebrates 20
SparkIingYears." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 22, 2002, pp. 14, 16.
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History
1836. Evanier, Mark. "Point of View." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 12, 1997,
pp.42,44.
1837. Rozanski, Chuck "How Censorship Affected Distnbution." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Jan. 30, 2004, p. 44.
1838. Rozanski, Chuck. "The Irony of a Lawsuit." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan.
2,2004, p. 43.
1839. Rozanski, Chuck. "More Comics Distribution History." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Feb. 6, 2004, p. 44.
1840. Rozanski, Chuck. "1979: 6% - 1987: 70%: Comics Shops Set the Stage
for Newsstand Collapse." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 26, 2003, p. 44.
1841. Rozanski, Chuck. "1970s Distribution Flaws." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Sept. 26, 2003, p. 46.
1842. Rozanski, Chuck. "An Open Letter to Marvel from 1979." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Oct. 31 , 2003, p. 44.
1843. Rozanski, Chuck. "Regional Comics Distribution." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Feb. 13, 2004, p. 44.
1844. Rozanski, Chuck. "Studying Subdistribution." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Oct. 3, 2003, p. 45.
1845. Thomas, Ron. "The Short, Happy Life of the Black and Whites." Four
Color Magazine. Jan. 1987, pp. 44-49.
Retailing
1846. Boa!, Rick. So You Want To Be a Comics Retailer.... Huntington Beach;
CA: RBM Press, 1995.
1847. Brady, Matt. "Retailers Find Distribution Transition Bumpy." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Aug. 11, 1995, p. 6.
1848. Brady, Matt. "Wizard Ad Touches Off Retailer Firestorm." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Dec. 24,1999, p. 6.
1849. "Comics Retailers Win Awards in Ad Competition." Comics Buyer's
Guide. June 23,1995, p. 37.
1850. "DC Gives Credit to Retailers." Comics Journal. Aug. 1995, p. 24.
1851. "DC Gives Retailers Credit." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 28, 1995, p. 6.
1852. Dean, Michael. "Marvel To Pay Retailers $1.5 Million in Proposed
Settlement of Class-Action Suit." Comics Journal. Feb. 2004, pp. 23-25.
1853. Dean, Michael. "Retailers Get the Jump on Summer at April Diamond
Workshops." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 6, 1998, p. 10.
1854. Dean, Michael. "Rojek vs. the FBI: Comics Retailer Indicted on Federal
Fraud Charges." Comics Journal. June/July 2004, pp. 16-18.
1855. Fritz, Steve. "Retailer Rally Brings Retailers, Pros Together." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Oct. 26, 2001, p. 6.
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1856. Gray, Bob. "'Marvelution' Retailer Meeting #1: One Retailer Reports."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. April 21, 1995, p. 6.
1857. "The Great Debate: How Big Is the Back-Issue Market, and What Will
CGC's Effect Be?" Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 7, 2001, pp. 12-13,42-
47.
1858. "Marvel Spars with Retailer Columnists." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept.
21,2001, p. 6.
1859. Miller, John 1. "Retailer Association Holds Its First Trade Show."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 26, 1997, p. 8.
1860. Miller, John 1. "Retailer Survey: 60% Will Honor Recall." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Oct. 23, 1998, pp. 6, 8.
1861. "My Top Complaints About Comics Retailers: What They Could Do To
Improve." The Staros Report. Jan. 1995, pp. 57-60.
1862. Neal, Jim. "Retailer Is Charged with Fraud" Comics Buyer's Guide.
July 14, 1995, p. 6.
1863. "One of Country's Largest Retailers Splits in Two." Comics Journal.
Aug. 1994, p. 42.
1864. "Penny-Farthing Press Deals Directly with Retailers." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Dec. 18, 1998, p. 6.
1865. "RAD'S 1995." Comics Buyer's Guide. June 23, 1995, p. 36.
1866. "Retailer Backlash Prompts Name Change for New Imager." Comics
International. May 1999, p. 14.
1867. Rozanski, Chuck. "Considering Comics Retailing?" Comics Buyer's
Guide. Sept. 27, 2002, p. 44.
1868. Rozanski, Chuck. "Do New Tools Equal New Opportunities?" Comics
Buyer's Guide. Nov. 29, 2002, p. 42.
1869. Rozanski, Chuck. "How To Survive as a Comics Retailer." Comics
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1870. Rozanski, Chuck. "The National: A Retailer's View: New York Pulls
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1871. Rozanski, Chuck. "The Traits of a Good Retailer." Comics Buyer's
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1877. Wardlaw, Steven. "Verotik Details Its Retailer Support Programs."


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1882. Biggers, Cliff. "A Second Look at Second Chances." Comics Buyer's
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1898. "Market Guide: Gerry Ross." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 1, 19%, p.
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1899. "Market Reports." Comics Source. March 1995, pp. 30-31.
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1911. St. Lawrence, Gary. "Comic Books Make the Backlist, Too." Comics
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1914. S1. Lawrence, Gary. "Now That I've Found It, How Can I Get It?"
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1918. "Wizard Sales Record or Media Hoax?" Comics Journal. Jan. 1994, p.
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1926. "Comic-Book Store Suppliers Association Is Formed." Comics Buyer's
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1927. "Comic Shops Rule!" Comics Buyer's Guide. July 12, 2002, pp. 1,50.
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1930. "Cool Comic Shops. Food of the Gods: The Million Year Picnic."
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1932. "Dark Horse Promotions Publicize Comics-Shop Locator Phone
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1933. Dean, Michael. '''What Good Investments Will Hit Comics Shops in
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1936. "Dream Factory Chain Buys Five Chicago Moondog' s Stores." Comics
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1937. "Fans Perspective and Local Shops." Fu/lbleed. Summer 1999, p. 31.
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1939. Griepp, Milton. "How Comic Stores Develop Good Community
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1941. Isabella. Tony. "To the Comic Shop and Beyond." Comics Buyer's
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1942. Kartman, Tim. "All About Books & Comics: Winning Store, Winning
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1943. "Looking for a Comics Shop? Call (888) COMIC-BOOK." Comics
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1944. Melby, Nathan. "Approaching the Bookstore Challenge." Comics
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1945. Romer. Nance. "New York. New York: A Tour of Big Apple Comic
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1947. Rozanski, Chuck. "Consider Buying an Existing Store." Comics Buyer's
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1948. Rozanski, Chuck. "A Dealer's Dilemma" Comics Buyer's Guide. May
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1949. Rozanski, Chuck. "Got the Space? Buy Comics in Bulk." Comics
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1950. Rozanski, Chuck. "Hauling Half a Comics Haul." Comics Buyer's
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1951. Rozanski, Chuck. "How To Survive in the Current Market." Comics
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1952. Rozanski, Chuck. "Just Do It! Ready To Open a Comics Shop? Go For
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1953. Rozanski, Chuck. "Luck Leads to First Store." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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1954. Rozanski, Chuck. "Planning To Open Your Own Store?" Comics
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1955. Rozanski, Chuck. "Safety in Numbers: How Does One Store 18,000
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1956. Rozanski, Chuck. "Selection. Service, and Convenience." Comics
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1957. Rozanski, Chuck. "Shops, Supply, and Back Issues." Comics Buyer's
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1958. Rozanski, Chuck. "Why Do Comics Shops Fold!" Comics Buyer's
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1962. Sweet, Preston. " '40 and 5' Program Lets Shops Place Direct Orders."
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1964. "Three Comic Stores Chains on the Horizon." Comics Journal. Nov.
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1965. Waldron, Chris. "Marlowe & Company: Moving Comics into the
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Industry
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1974. Brady, Matt and Mike Doran. "X-Changes Roll On: Will Your Favorite
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1977. Chapman, Bob. "Nostalgia with a Nose Ring." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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1978. "Comic Book Packagers Seek Money from Eclipse; Lawsuit Filed."
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1979. "Comic Relief Splits." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 30,1994, p. 44.
1980. "The Cost of Comics." The Stams Report. Jan. 1995, pp. 56-57.
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1986. "Event Goes on Six-Month Hiatus - Pledges Return." Comics Buyer's
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1987. Fischer, Blair R. "Stand-Up Comic Books: Marketers Put Their Brands
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2004. Melby, Nathan. "Code 6 Metamorphosis." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov.


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2005. Melby, Nathan. "The Cost of Doing Business." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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2008. Miller, John Jackson. "The Flight from the 7-Eleven." Comics Buyer's
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Acquisitions, Consolidations
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Future
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2054. Dean, Michael. "Vick Closes Aeon and Mu But Leaves Door Open for
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Independents, Self-Publishing
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2069. "Crusade Gives Self-Publishing Grnnt" Indy Magazine. No. 14, 1996,
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Production, Publishing
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2084. "Comics Career and Innovation Publishing Team Up To Bring You the
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2085. "Comics Publishers." Comics Buyer's Guide. May 6, 1994, pp. 26-28,
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2092. Miller, John 1. "A Look a the Publishers Who Fueled the Industry in
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2093. Mishler, James. "Devil's Due Goes Super." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct.
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2094. Mumy, Bill. "When Titans Meet." Comics Journal. Feb. 1996, p. 38.
2095. Patten, Marc. "Dear Publisher... Gripes from the Peanut Gallery."
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2099. "Publishers '96." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 13, 1996, p. 38.
2100. "Publishers '97." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 7, 1997, p. 24.
2101. "Publishers '97." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 28, 1997, pp. 24, 28.
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2103. Raphael, Jordan. "Three Publishers Jump in Bed Together." Comics
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2106. Reynolds, Eric. "Sim Jostles for Position Without Exclusivity." Comics
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2108. Rogers, Mark C. "Political Economies in Four Colors: Comics and the
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2109. Rogers, Mark C. "Understanding Production: The Stylistic Impact of
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2110. Rogers, Mark C. "Understanding Production: The Stylistic Impact of
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2111. Spaulding, Jimmy. "Motown Enters the Comic-Book Arena." Comics
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2112. Spaulding, Jimmy. "Motown Enters the Comic Book Arena." Comics
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2114. Spurgeon, Tom. "Publishers in Flux." Comics Journal. June 1998, pp.
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2116. Stuempfig, Julie. "Publishers Feel the Pinch: Now What?" Comics
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2117. Stuempfig, Julie. "Publisher Tightens Credit Tenus." Comics Buyer's
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2118. Thompson, Maggie. "Heads Up! Publishers and Distnbutors Can Solve
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2119. Thompson, Maggie. "Innovation Closes Doors; Licenses Revert to
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2120. "Two Publishers, Two Crows." Comics International. Nov. 1998, p. 4.
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Promotion
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2123 . Fitzgerald, Kate. "'X-Men' Save the Day in Pizza Hut Promo."
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2126. "Hey Kids! Free Comics! Publishers, Diamond Join Together for Free
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2127. HIbbs, Brian. "Identity and Information: The Keys for Growth." Comics
Journal. Oct. 1997, pp. 12-13.
2128. "lfYou Offer a Comic and Nobody's Around, Does Free Comic Book
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2129. Kreiner, Rich. "The Gift Horse's Oral Hygiene: the Free Comics of Free
Comic Book Day." Comics Journal. April 2004, pp. 54-55.
2130. MacDonald, Heidi. "Free Comic Book Day: A Chance To Fly Solo?"
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2131. Melby, Nathan. "A Blazing Success: Free Comic Book Day 2 Brings
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2132. Peters, Lany. "Last Gasp." Catalog Age. Oct 1992, pp. 67-68.
2133. Samsel, Rob. "The Trilogy Tour: Fantasy Creators Linda Medley, Jeff
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2134. Spurgeon, Tom. "Proust Comic Book Enjoys Publicity Bonanza."
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Status
2136. Bagnell, Paul. "Stars Fail To Shine in the Market" National Post. April
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2137. Beerbohm, Robert. "The Unstable Equilibria of Unlimited Growth
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2138. Biggers, Cliff. "On Top of the Trends." Comics Buyer's Guide. Price
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2139. Buchanan, Darryl. "Comics Market Report." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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2140. Bosiek, Kurt "Starting Over." Comics Journal. Oct. 1997, pp. 21-25.
2141. Christensen, William A. and Mark Seifert. "From Azrael to Zealot: A
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2142. "The Comic Book Crisis. A Comics Journal Special Report." Comics
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2143. "Comics Economics." Comics International. March 1998, pp. 54-55.
2144. "Comics Finish 2000 Ahead" Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 20, 2001, p.
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2145. "Comics in the '90s." Comics Journal. Feb. 2000, pp. 57-60.
2146. David, Peter. "A Decade Later, How Right Were We?" Comics Buyer's
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2147. Dean, Michael. "Book Trade Tunnoil." Comics Journal. Sept. 2002, pp.
6-9.
2148. Dean, Michael. "Christian Moore Talks About the Horror Stoty That
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1997, p. 6.
2149. Dean, Michael. "Comings and Goings in the Year 2000." Comics
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2150. Dean, Michael. "I Scream, You Scream.... Why Don't More Kids
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2151. Dean, Michael. "Market Guide." Comics Buyer's Guide. June 13, 1997,
p.lO.
2152. Dean, Michael. "Nasdaq or Bust." Comics Journal. June 2000, pp. 11-
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2153. Dean, Michael. "State of the Comics Industty 2002: Recovety or
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2154. "Feeling All at Sea?" Comics Buyer 's Guide. June 23, 2000, p. 36.
2155. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Health Signs: Crowds Come Back to Comics."
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2156. Friedrich, Mike. "The Crisis in Comics." Comics Journal. Oct. 1997,
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2159. Groth, Gaty. "Crap Is a Zero Sum Game." Comics Journal. Oct. 1997,
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2161. Groth, Gaty. "John Davis on the Decline of the American Comics
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2162. Groth, Gaty. "The Time of the Toad: The Comics Profession 1980-
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2167. "Industty Recovety Takes a Breather." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 16,
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2168. "Industry Shows Signs of Growth." Comics Journal. April 1994, pp. 21-
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2169. Isabella, Tony. "Helping the Comics Market Grow." Comics Buyer 's
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2170. Kronfeld, Nick. "Market Reports." Comic Book Marketplace. July 1995,
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2171. Krueger, Ken 1. "Tragedy of the Book Business." CAPS. March 1995,
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2172. Lejeune, Anthony. "Eek! Sob! It's the Death of Comics!" National
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2173. Levitz, Paul. "Comic Economics 1972." Comic Fandom Monthly. Jan.
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2175. MacDonald, Heidi. "Looking at the Numbers." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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2176. MacDonald, Heidi. "2002 in Review." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 17,
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2177. Marder, Larry. "Sorting Out the Mess." Comics Journal. Oct. 1997, p.
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2178. "Market Guide. Back Issues." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb 28, 1997, p.
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2180. "Marketplace Reports: Bull Market?" Some Say Yes!" Comic Book
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2184. Melby, Nathan. "The '80s Return to Comics." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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2185. Mescallado, Ray. "The Decade in Review." Comics Journal. Feb. 2000,
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2186. Mescallado, Ray. "The Year in Review." Comics Journal. Feb. 2000,
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2187. Miller, John. '''Dead Quarter' Shows More Life." Comics Buyer 's
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2188. Miller, John 1. "Is the Comics Recession Finally Over?" Comics Buyer's
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2189. Miller, John Jackson. "Moving Ahead for a Change." Comics Buyer's
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2190. Miller, John Jackson. "The Great Comics Comeback." Comics Buyer 's
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2191. Miller, John 1. " 1997, the Year in Comics." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan.
23, 1998, pp. 26-28, 30.
2192. Miller, John 1. " 1998: The Year in Comics .. .and Wbat a Year It Was!"
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2193. Miller, John 1. "Publish, Perish, or Both? Several Major Marvel Titles
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29, 1995, p. 6.
2194. Miller, John 1. "Spring Stays Strong." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 17,
2002, p. 13.
2195. Miller, John 1. "State of the IndnstIy 1995: The Year Everything
Changed." Comics Buyer's Guide. 1996Annual, pp. 51-69.
2196. Miller, John 1. "Weeks of Wonder: 1990-1991." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
March 15,1996, pp. 82, 84,86.
2197. Miller, John 1. "Weeks of Wonder: 1991-1992." Comics Buyer's Guide.
March 22,1996, pp. 72, 74, 78.
2198. Miller, John 1. "Weeks of Wonder: 1992-1993." Comics Buyer's Guide.
March 29, 1996, pp. 60, 66, 70, 72.
2199. Miller, John 1. "Weeks of Wonder: 1994-1996." Comics Buyer's Guide.
April 5, 1996, pp. 44, 46, 48, 64, 66.
2200. Miller, John 1. and Nathan Melby. "Hanging in There: New Comics
Rebound Continues - 2002 Best Year Since 1998." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Nov. 29, 2002, pp. 1, 14.
2201. Mitchell, Bill. " Are Comics Dead? In This Industry, the Dead Can Get
Better!" Comics and Games Retailer. Oct. 2003, pp. 30-31.
2202. Overstreet, Bob. "Annual Report." In Overstreet Comic Book Price
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2203. Patten, Marc. "The Big Thaw." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug. 2004, pp.
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2204. Ponseti, Bill et al. "Market Reports." Comic Book Marketplace. June
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2205. Raphael, Jordan. "Industry Round-Up." Comics Journal. Nov. 1995, pp.
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2206. Reynolds, Eric. "Paper Crisis Poses Threat to Industry's Weak Health."
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2207. Rozanski, Chuck. "Back on Solid Ground." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan.
17,2003, p. 44.
2208. Rozanski. Chuck. "Perilous Times in the 1970s." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Oct. 17, 2003, p. 47.
2209. Samsel, Rob. "Keep It To What You Know: Quesada and Palmiotti Talk
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pp. 34-36.
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2210. Schiffman, Matt. "A Matket in Flux?" Comic Book Marketplace. Jan.
2000, p. 108.
2211. Schiffman, Matt. "Overly Enthusiastic Competitive Behavior." Comic
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2212. Scoville, Dean "Market Reports." Comic Book Marketplace. Aug.
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2213. Sellinger, Stephen "Greed Rules OK?" Comics International. Dec.
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2214. "Serious Business in a Fun Comic Book World - an Industry Report,
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2215. Smith, Andrew. "Comics Companies' Year-End Report Card." Comics
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2216. Smith, Andrew. "Dead - Or Just Resting?" Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug.
31,2001, pp. 44-45.
2217. Smith, Andrew. "Industry Now Must Heed Hollywood, Japan."
Memphis Commercial Appeal. Dec. 28, 2003.
2218. Smith, Beau. "If You're Gonna Lie to Me, Kiss Me First." Comics
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2219. Spencer, Andrew. "Keeping the Industry Down." Comics International.
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2220. Spurgeon, Tom. "False Starts, False Hopes, False Faces: A Last Look
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2221. Spurgeon, Tom. "Industry Rocked by Changes." Comics Journal. Nov.
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2222. Stredicke, Victor. "Comic Books in Crisis!" Cartoon World Oct. 1995,
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2223. Stump, Greg. "The State of the Industry 1996." Comics Journal. July
1996, pp. 31-36.
2224. '''These Are the Good Old Days': A Critical Roundtable on the State of
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2225. "Third Year of Comics Growth?" Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 19,2003,
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2226. Thompson, Maggie. "Comics World Rallies after September 11."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan 18, 2002, p. 12.
2227. Thompson, Maggie. "In a Decade of Change, Some Things Are the
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2228. Thompson, Mel. "Thoughts on the Comic Book Crisis." Comics
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2229. Toth, Alex. "Alex Toth - 'Before I Forget': The Comics Industry's
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2230. Trivedi, Kroti. "Comic Superheroes Battle Just To Survive." Comics


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2231. "2004: Best Year Since 1997." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 2005, p.
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2232. Workman, John. "The Comic Book Crisis and What Can Be Done
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Jan. 10, 2003, pp. 1, 12-15, 26, 42; et al.

Merchandising
General Sources
2234. Allen, Don. "Tough Love on Inventory: ' What Idiot Thought That This
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2235. Baertsch, Rhonda. "U.S. Postal Service Has Humor, Horror Stamps
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2236. Brolli, Daniele. "Comics Come Gadgets." Programma Lucca 92. 1992,
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2237. "Cards and Games." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct 24, 1997, pp. 92-93.
2238. Crawford, Meloney M. "Merchandising the Superheroes." Comics
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2239. "Five Dynamic Phone Cards Will Ship in February." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Jan. 5,1996, p. 24.
2240. Harvey, R. C. "Stamp Out Comics." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 14,
2000, p. 22.
2241. Isabella, Tony. "Which Comics Would You Package with Various
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2242. MisWer, James. "Riding the Waves of Online Sales." Comics Buyer's
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2243. MisWer, James. "Vs. System Expands to Cosmic Proportions in Early
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2244. "Premium. COS eCome Opera la." If. Oct.lDee. 1976, pp. 27-30.
2245. Robaton, Anna "Music Chains Add Comics to Mix: Similar
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2246. Sommer, Matt "Region One: Toys - Merchandise - TV Fantasy & Film
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Licensing
2247. "Acclaim and Classics International Announce Broad Licensing
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2248. Buss, Dale D. [Character Licensing]. Nation's Business. Aug. 1995.
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2249. "Dynamic Forces and DC Sign Licensing Agreement." Comics Buyer's


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2250. "MaIvel Markets Licensed Products." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 17,
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2251. Patten, Marc. "Marvel Characters Gain New Lives as Licensed
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2252. Rogers, Mark. "Bats and Turtles and Hellspawn, Oh My: License
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2253. Rogers, Mark C. "Licensing, Farming and the American Comic Book
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2254. Rozanski, Chuck. "Licensing Marvel." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 23,
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2255. Sommer, Matt. "Region One." Borderline. Sept 2001, pp. 55-56.
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Games
2256. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Tabletalk: Operation Carnage." Comics Buyer's
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2257. Frankenhoff, Brent and John 1. Miller. "Tabletalk: The Comics Buyer's
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2259. Greenholdt, Joyce. "Wizards of the Coast Sheds Role-Playing Games,
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2260. Greenholdt, Mike. "Tableta1k: The Comics Buyer's Guide to Games:
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2262. Mishler, James. "Heroclix Market Report." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct.
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2263. Mishler, James. "Vs. System MaIvel, DC Games Enjoy 'Super' Sales."
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2264. Miller, John 1. "Production Error Spawns Possible Comics-Shop Parlor
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2265. "More Game Companies Align with Capital." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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2270. Perrin, Steve. "Games: Pick a Card Any Card" Comics Feature. June
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2271. "Tomb Raider Success Prompts More Games Tie-ins from Top Cow."
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Toys
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2273. Ault, Susanne. '''Rangers' Power Toy Biz Decade." Variety. Sept. 6-12,
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2274. Bartsch, Tom. "Toy Fair Previews Comics Figures." Comics Buyer's
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2275. "Bogus Milk and Cheese Dolls Polluting the Market." Comics Journal.
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2277. "Cartoon Books Toy License Difficulties." Comics Journal. Dec. 1998,
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2278. "Character Figures News." Comics Buyer 's Guide. June 8, 2001, p. 39.
2279. "Earthworm Jim Crawls into Home Video, Toystores." Comics Buyer's
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2280. Green, Scott E. "Character Toys Sell Well at American Eagle Auction."
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2281. Green, Scott E. "Comics-Related Toys Sell Well at April Bertoia
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2282. Irving, Chris. "DC Direct: Where Do Fans Get Those Wonderful Toys?"
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2283. MacDonald, Heidi. "The Last Toy Fair." Comics Buyer's Guide. June
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2284. "Marvel Toy Biz Is 'Rings' Master Toy Licensee." Comics Buyer's
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2286. "New Title, Toys from Liefeld Mix Magic and Science." Comics
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2288. Patten, Marc. "Graphitti Explodes into Toys with Big Blast." Comics
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2289. Patten, Marc. "Toy Fair 2005." Comics Buyer 's Guide. June 2005, pp.
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2290. Scbaenzer, Arnie Jo. "Retro-Like Figures Return." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Oct. 2004, pp. 120-121.
2291. Sommer, Matt "Region One." Borderline. Oct 2001, pp. 25-26.
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Trading Cards
2293. "Card Company Cuts Off MarvellHeroes World." Comics Journal.
March 1995, p. 27.
2294. "Disney Trading Cards Teach Toddlers." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec.
13, 1996, p. 60.
2295. "Dr. Who Ephemera 1. Pieture Cards & Booklets." Paperback, Pulp and
Comic Collector. No. 7, 1992, pp. 16-19.
2296. "Entertainment Cards Matket Report." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov.
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2297. Fitzpatrick, Kevin C. "Topps Brings Back the Lone Ranger and Tonto."
Comics Buyer's Guide. July 29, 1994, pp. 23-24.
2298. "Fleer illtra X-Men '95 Cards in December." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Dec. 9, 1994, pp. 26-28.
2299. Foster, Nancy and Robert Foster. "Learning Fetishism? Boys'
Consumption Work with Marvel Superheroes TM Trading Cards."
Paper presented at American Anthropological Association, Atlanta, GA,
Nov. 30, 1994.
2300. Frankenhoff, Brent and John 1. Miller. "Tabletalk: Aids for the Game
Master." Comics Buyer 's Guide. March 15, 1996, p. 46.
2301. Goldstein, Greg. "Behind the Scenes with Mars Attacks Cards." Comics
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2302. Greenholdt, Joyce. "Wizards of the Coast Is Awarded Patent for
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p. 6.
2303. Isaacson, Kevin. "Pinnacle Praised, Topps and Fleer/SkyBox Knocked,
on 'Nightline.'" Comics Buyer's Guide. May 10, 1996, p. 6.
2304. Kasser, Jill. "Fleer's Marvel Metal Card Set Features Computer-
Generated Images." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 24, 1995, pp. 32-33 .
2305. Kelnhofer, Scott. 'Topps: Still Going Strong After Five Decades."
Entertainment. Aug. 11, 1995, pp. 18-19.
2306. Lapin, Jodie. "Four Views of '95 Marvel Masterpieces." Comics
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2307. Mishler, James. "Booster Gold! DC Origins Set Racks up Sales."


Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 2004, p. 120.
2308. Mishler, James. "Marvel TCG Revs Up." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug.
2004, p. 120.
2309. '''Pagemaster,' Lion King II Announced." Entertainment Card
Collector. Dec. 9, 1994, p. 6 .
2310. Petter, Marlene. "Which Version Do You Prefer?" Comics Buyer's
Guide. Dec. 1, 1995, p. 71.
2311. Plavin, Ben. "The Joke's on You." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 9, 19%,
pp. 34-35. (Batman cards).
2312. Tennanini, Giovanni. "Trading Cards." Fumetti d ' lta/ia. Winter 1993,
pp. 44-45.
2313. Thomas, Roy. "It Was Thirty Years Ago Today .... The Rarely-Seen
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2314. ''Topps Lands Marvel Card License." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 15,
1999, p. 6.
2315. "The Topps Parodies." Alter Ego. Winter 1999, pp. 36-40.
2316. "Topps Reprints Mars Attacks Trading Cards." Comics Buyer's Guide.
July 29, 1994, p. 22.

COLLECTING
General Sources
2317. "Batman by Who?" Comics Buyer's Guide. May 2005, p. 122.
2318. Bickford, Pete. "Heroic Comics." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 28, 2001,
p. 48.
2319. Dean, Michael. "Neal Adams Cancels Campaign Against Trade in
Stolen Art." Comics Journal. April 2000, p. 34.
2320. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Comic Heaven Reaches into the Files for Rare
Comics." Comics Buyer's Guide. June 28, 2002, p. 78.
2321. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Waking up the Sleepers Again" Comics Buyer 's
Guide. July 13, 2001, p. 12.
2322. Melby, Nathan. "Origin #1 Sells for $2,250." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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2323. Mescallado, Ray. "Fanboi Politik: Cheap Thrills, Essentailly Yours."
Comics Journal. Feb. 1997, pp. 120-122.
2324. Miller, John Jackson. "Demand, Supply Strong on Key Spideys."
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2325. Miller, John Jackson "Is 'Restored' Label Becoming Financial Kiss of
Death?" Comics Buyer 's Guide. July 20, 200 I, p. 12.
2326. Miller, John Jackson. "Supply-Side Comics Economics." Comics
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2327. Rozanski, Chuck. "Additional Insurance." Comics Buyer's Guide.


March 28,2003, p. 44.
2328. Rozanski, Chock. "A March Revelation: A Back-Issue Find To Boggle
the Mind" Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 21, 2003, p. 44.
2329. Rozanski, Chuck. "There's Gold in Low-Grade Silver." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Dec. 28, 2001, p. 46.
2330. Thompson, Maggie. "Comics for the Joy of It." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Sept. 14, 2001, p. 6.

Auctions
2331. "ACTOR To Hold Charity Auction: Kevin Smith Is Guest Auctioneer."
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2332. "Alfred E. Neuman Goes on the Auction Block." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Sept. 13, 19%, p. 24.
2333. "All Star Auction Sets Records." Comics Buyer's Guide. May 11, 2001,
p.13.
2334. "Amazing Results from Latest Amazing Comics Auction." Comics
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2335. "Auctioner to the Rescue." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 7,2001, pp. 1,
40.
2336. "Auction Includes Complete Runs of 'Batman,' 'Superman.'" Comics
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2337. "Auction Prices Realized" Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 8,2002, p. 44.
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2339. "Christie's Auctions Gaines 'Mad' Legacy." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Dec. 5, 1997, p. 6.
2340. "Christie's East Comic Collectibles Auction Will Be Held Nov. 1."
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2341. "Comics Auction Nets $10,000 for Literacy Benefit." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Sept. 1, 1995, p. 54.
2342. "Comics Figure Prominently in Event's Success." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Dec. 14,2001, p. 44.
2343. "Con Cancels, Auction Goes On." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 7, 2001,
p.40.
2344. Frankenho1f, Brent. "Amazing Comics Auctions." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Nov. 23, 2001, p. 40.
2345. Frankenhotf, Brent. "Auction Action Leads to Price Adjustments."
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2346. Frankenho1f, Brent. "Auction Heat Causes Higher Prices." Comics
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2347. Frankenhoff, Brent "Comic Heaven Auction Offers Variety, Rarities-


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2348. Frankenhoff, Brent "Comics Auctions: A Heavenly Tradition." Comics
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2349. Frankenhoff, Brent "Greg Manning Auction Brings Many High Prices."
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2350. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Guernsey's Auction To Benefit International
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2351. Frankenhoff, Brent "Heritage Comic Auctions." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Aug. 9, 2002, pp. 68, 70, 72.
2352. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Heritage Invades Big Apple for March Sales."
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2353. Frankenhoff, Brent. "The Heritage of Heritage." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Aug. 9,2002, p. 1.
2354. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Heritage Readies Second Signature Auction."
ComicsBuyer's Guide. Jan. 4, 2002, pp. 44-45.
2355. Frankenhoff, Brent "Heritage Signature Auction Brings in Bidders."
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2356. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Heritage's Signature Auction Successful. Sale
Brings in More Than $960,000." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 21, 2001,
p. 40.
2357. Frankenhoff, Brent. "March All-Star Auction Features Art, Pedigrees."
Comics Buyer's Guide. March 8, 2002, p. 42.
2358. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Marvel ' Heroes' Auction Event" Comics Buyer's
Guide. Feb. 15, 2002, p. 42.
2359. Frankenhoff, Brent. "MastroNet Auction Results Increase." Comics
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2360. Frankenhoff, Brent. "The Mint Acquires Manning Comics Auctions."
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2361. Frankenhoff, Brent. "More Than 1,000 Bidders Anticipated for
November Heritage Comics Auction" Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 16,
2001, pp. 8-9.
2362. Frankenhoff, Brent "No Reservations About All-Star Auction." Comics
Buyer's Guide. March 29,2002, p. 42.
2363. Frankenhoff, Brent "Original E.C. Art by Wood, Craig, Davis
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10,2001, p. 36.
2364. Frankenhoff, Brent "Second Signature Auction Raises Bar." Comics
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2365. Frankenhoff, Brent. "White Rose Collection Blossoms for Heritage."
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2366. Green, Scott E. "Auction Action." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 9, 1999,
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2367. Green, Scott E. "Market Guide: New Hampshire Auction Report."
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2368. "Heritage Comics Auctions Forge Ahead." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov.
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2369. Kessenich, Tom. "Auction for America Raises $7 Million." Comics
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2370. "Mad File Copies, More Consigned to Heritage Comic Auctions."
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2371. Mannarino, Joe. "Christie's Comic Collectibles Weekend." In
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York: Avon, 19%.
2372. Melby, Nathan. "More Auctions = Smaller Sales." Comics Buyer's
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2373. Melby, Nathan. "Sotheby's Concludes Latest Comics Auction." Comics
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2374. Miller, John Jackson. "Attack-Related Comics Auctions Go 00."
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2375. Miller, John Jackson. "Auctioners Finding Better Profits with DCs."
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2376. Miller, John Jackson. "CGC Auctions Pass 10,000 a Month." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Oct 4, 2002, p. 40.
2377. Miller, John 1. "Incredible Hulk #181 Fetches $2,850 at Auction."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Sept 15, 2000, p. 23.
2378. Miller, John 1. "Manning Makes for Million-Dollar CGC Month."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. March 30,2001, p. 12.
2379. Miller, John 1. "Marvel Accounts for 63% of CGC Comics Auctions."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 26, 2001, p. 12.
2380. Miller, John 1. "Sunday Becomes Bargain Day for Comics Auctions."
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2381. "Sotheby's Annual Comics Auction Is June 13-14." Comics Buyer's
Guide. June 13, 1997, pp. 6, 8.
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2383. "Sotheby's Auctions Comics, Rings, Art" Comics Buyer's Guide. June
23, 1995, p. 26.
2384. "Sotheby's Auctions Movie Posters." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 28,
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2385. "Sotheby's To Hold Expanded Comics Auction." Comics Buyer's
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2386. "Superman Cover Set Record at Sotheby's Auction." Comics Buyer's
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2387. Thompson, Maggie. "Auctions: They're Coming - Coming - Here!"


Comics Buyer 's Guide. Apri120, 2001, p. 4.
2388. Thompson, Maggie. "Greg Manning Auction Pronounced 'Best Ever.'"
Comics Buyer 's Guide. June 29, 2001, p. 10.
2389. Thompson, Maggie. "Greg Manning Auction Provides Comics Action."
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2390. "The 2000 Comic Heaven Auction Catalog." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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2391. Weist, Jerry. "Sotheby's To Auction Superman Origin Artwork."
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2392. Weist, Jerry and Roger Hill. "Sotheby's Fifth Comic Book and Comic
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e-Bay, Online Buying


2393. "Auction Action Starts Online at Collectitnet" Comics Buyer 's Guide.
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2394. Buchanan, Darryl. "Comics Market Report: Eye on eBay." Comics
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2395. Buchanan, Darryl. "Eye on eBay." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 2005, p.
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2396. Buchanan, Darryl. "How To Construct a Title Listing on eBay." Comics
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2397. Dean, Michael. "Books Published by Seven Hills Clients Show up on
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2398. Gertier, Nat "IWantBacklssues.Com." Hogan 's Alley. No.9, 2001, pp.
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2399. Horton, Steve. "Marvel Holds Garage Sale on eBay." Comics Buyer's
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2400. Kessenich, Tom. "eBay User Outcry Leads to Change." Comics Buyer 's
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2401. Kessenich, Tom. "Online Auction House eBay Raises Fees." Comics
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2402. Kessenich, Tom and Dennis Thornton. "eBay Targets 'Off-Market'
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2403. Melby, Nathan. "Mastronet Offers Pieces of Americana in Auction."
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2404. Miller, John Jackson. "Biggest CGC Run Auctioned on eBay." Comics
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2405. Miller, John 1. "CGC Trade Online Posts Millio~Dollar Quarter."
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2406. Miller, John 1. "eBay: Feast or Famine for Comics Collectors." Comics
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2407. Miller, John 1. "eBay Move To Protect Privacy, Profits May Shield
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2408. Miller, John 1. "eBay Still Beats Yahoo, Amazon on CGC Traffic."
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2409. Miller, John 1. "Financially, eBay Remains Healthiest Part of Web."
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2410. Miller, John 1. "Will Web Woes Slow Online Comics Auctions."
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2411. Muun, Bryan. "The Violent Hemorrhage of eBay: Seduction of the
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2412. O'Neill, Patrick D. "What Is NextPlanetOver.com?" Comics Buyer's
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2413. "Special Report: Private Feedback - Ebay Option an Answer for Some,
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2414. Thompson, Maggie. "So Check Out Collectit.Net, Already!" Comics
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2415. Thompson, Maggie. "Sotheby's, Amazon.com Launch Internet Site."
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2416. Wilson, Keith. "Miscellaneous Mayhem in Supermarionation!"
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2419. "Collector's Paradise and Dirt Cheap Collectibles Combine Operations."
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2431. Bennett, Paul. "Trading on Comics: The Art of Selling Comics and
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2433 . Benton, Mike. "Favorite Heroes." Comics Feature. Aug. 1986, pp. 12-
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2434. Benton, Mike. "Fun and Profit: The Future." Comics Feature. Dec.
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2435. Benton, Mike. "If This Be One." Comics Feature. June 1987, pp. 20-23.
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2437. Benton, Mike. "Looking into the Future." Comics Feature. Aug. 1986,
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2444. Biggers, Cliff. "Opening the Market." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 4,
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2465. Frankenhoff, Brent. "The Dustbin of History." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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2466. Frankenhoff, Brent "From Do-It-Yourself to Do-It-For-Everyone."
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2497. Maletsky, Harry. The Adventures ofSuperman Collecting. West Plains,
MO: R. Cochran, 1988.
2498. "Market Guide." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 11, 19%, p. 10; Oct. 18,
19%,p. 10; Nov. 22, 1996, p. 6; Aug. 15, 1997, p.8; etaL
2499. "Market Reports." Comic Book Marketplace. Sept. 1995, pp. 70, 72-75,
77.
2500. Martin, Kent. "Shaping Our Lives with ComicsT Comic Book
Marketplace. March 1995, pp. 21-22.
2501. Melby, Nathan. "Awaken the Sleepers!" Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 18,
2002, pp. 1, 18-21.
2502. Melby, Nathan. "Here's How It's Done!" Comics Buyer 's Guide. Sept.
12, 2003, pp. 40-41.
2503 . Melby, Nathan. "Just Like Doing Comic Books." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Nov. 7, 2003, p. 38.
2504. Miller, John 1. "Activity Continues on 'Old Gold ' and ' Shiny New.'"
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 1, 2000, p. 12.
2505. Miller, John Jackson. "As Stakes Increase, Others' Mistakes Get
Costlier." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 9, 2001, pp. 12-13.
2506. Miller, John Jackson. "Blue States... Unread States? The Quality of
Your Hobby May Depend on Where You Live.. .." Comics Buy er 's
Guide. May 2005, pp. 40-45.
2507. Miller, John Jackson. "Capsule Time." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 30,
2001, pp. 1, 42.
2508. Miller, John Jackson. "CGC Buyers May Be Balking at Restored
Comics." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 22, 2000, p. 12.
2509. Miller, John 1. "56,000= Comic Books Now Slabbed by CGC." Comics
Buyer's Guide. May 4,2001, pp. 12-13.
2510. Miller, John 1. "Have We No Shame?" Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan.
2005, pp. 42-46.
2511 . Miller, John Jackson. "Investors Seek Safety of Silver and Gold."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 12,2001, p. 12.
Comic Books 125

2512. Miller, John Jackson. "More Marvel by the Minute." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Sept. 14,2001, pp. 12-13.
2513. Miller, John Jackson. "Most Slabbed Comics - Publisher by Publisher."
Comics Buyer s Guide. Nov. 9,2001, pp. 12-13.
2514. Miller, John Jackson. "Penstroke Plus Plastic Equals Plenty." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Nov. 16,2001, pp. 12-13.
2515. Miller, John 1. "Prices Stabilizing, but Surprises Still Appear." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Dec. 15, 2000, p. 12.
2516. Miller, John 1. "Small Installments Making Comics-Buyers 'Wait 'Til
It's on Video.", Comics Buyer's Guide. March 5, 1999, p. 26.
2517. Miller, John 1. "Some Comic Books You Want, You Really Really
Want." ComicsBuyer's Guide. May 21,1999, p. 30.
2518. Miller, John 1. "Spot Sports Speculators in Seconds or Less." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 29, 2000, p. 12.
2519. Miller, John 1. "Tomb... Raider: The Increasingly Futile Adventures of
the Comic-Book Scrounger." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 2005, pp. 38-
43.
2520. Miller, John 1. " Unslabbed Copies Widely Available, But Watch Key
Issues." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 2, 2001, p. 12.
2521. Miller, John Jackson and Denise Janec. "The Difference a Year Makes."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 2,2001, pp. 12-13.
2522. Miller, John Jackson and Denise Janec. "For the Memories.. .or the
Money?" Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 26, 2001, pp. 12-13.
2523. Mortensen, Steve. "I've Been Stabbed!" Comics Buyer's Guide. March
2005, p. 130.
2524. Munoz, Joe. "Buying a Piece of History." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug.
9, 2002, p. 62.
2525. Nelson, Rick. "How To Support Your Habit." Comics Source. March
1995, p. 90.
2526. Nyberg, Amy K. "Make Mine Mint: The Phenomenon of Comic Book
Collecting." Paper presented at Popular Culture Association, Toronto,
Canada, March 14,2001.
2527. Patten, Marc. "The Con Game." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 2005, pp.
124-126, 128.
2528. Patten, Marc. "Which Price Is the Right Price?" Comics Buyer's Guide.
Sept. 2004, pp. 162-164.
2529. Pavaro, T. I. "Collectors Comer." Comics Feature. March 1984, pp. 58-
60; May 1984, pp. 51-53 .
2530. Rozanski, Chuck. "Before You Sell, Check Out Chuck's Advice."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 18, 2002, p. 46.
2531. Rozansk~ Chuck. "Comics Aren't Minted." Comics Buyer 's Guide. July
5, 2002, p. 78.
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2532. Rozanski. Chuck. "Intelligent Investing vs. Silly Speculating." Comics


Buyer's Guide. Jan. 4, 2002, p. 46.
2533. Rozanski. Chuck. '''Nearly' There." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 12,
2002, p. 54.
2534. Rozanski. Chuck. "Office OriginaIs." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 12,
2oo2, p.44.
2535. Rozanski. Chuck. "A Price War Model." Comics Buyer 's Guide. July
11, 2003, p. 50.
2536. Rozanski. Chuck. "Ready to Sell- BuL .. ." Comics Buyer's Guide. May
17,2002, p. 40.
2537. Rozanski. Chuck. "Speculating on Speculators." Comics Buyer's Guide.
July 26, 2002, p. 46.
2538. Rozanski. Chuck. "A Visit From Collectors." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
April 5, 2002, p. 48.
2539. Rozanski. Chuck. "Who I Am - and Why I'm Here." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Nov. 23, 2001, pp. 46-47.
2540. Schechter, Harold. Start Collecting Comic Books. Philadelphia, PA:
Running Press, 1990. 100 pp.
2541. "Shazam! Vrntage Comics Prices, Up, Up, and Away." New York Times.
Jan. 30, 1%5.
2542. Shutt, Craig. "How To Sell Via Mail Order." Comics Source. March
1995, pp. 91-93.
2543. Siegel, Howard. "Comic Collector's Comments." Strips (Auckland).
No.8, 1978,pp.28-30.
2544. Skoggard, Ross. "Original Cartoon Art Used to Be Given Away." The
Funnies Paper. Jan.-Feb. 2002, p. 21.
2545. Smith, Andrew. "Feting Favorites." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 15,
2002, pp. 64-65.
2546. "Star Wars Comic Closes for $535." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 29,
2002, p. 1.
2547. Stecyk, C. R. lli. "Collectors Glenn Bray and Lena ZwaIve." Juxtapoz.
Fall 1995, pp. 72-77.
2548. Stuempfig, Julie. "What Will Be Hot?" Comics Buyer's Guide.
Supplement. April 7, 1995, pp. 8-10, 15; May 5, 1995, p. 8, et aJ.
2549. Sulipa, Doug. "Set up Your Purchase Plan." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Sept. 2004, pp. 168, 170.
2550. Sullivan, Darcy. "Confessions of a Crisis Collector." Comics Journal.
Dec. 1997, pp. 104-105.
2551. Thompson, Maggie. "Input - and a Reply." Comics Buyer's Guide. June
23,2000, p. 24.
2552. Thompson, Maggie. "Is Collecting Comics Becoming Too Easy?"
Comics Buyer's Guide. May 19, 2000, p. 4.
Comic Books U7

2553. Thompson, Maggie. "Looking for Back Issues?" Comics Buyer's Guide.
Oct. 18, 2002, p. 28.
2554. Thompson, Maggie. "Lots of Action." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 19,
2000, p. 12.
2555. Tiefenbacher, Mike. "IW and Super: The Most Economical Way to
Collect Samples of Pre-Code Comic Books." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Oct. 24, 1997,pp. 160-163.
2556. Van Lannen, Bill. "Scam Artist Bilks Collectors on eBay." Comics
Buyer's Guide. March 15, 2002, pp. 70-71.

Collections
2557. "Alexander Galleries Acquire Massive Pulp Collection." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Jooe 9,2000, p. 63.
2558. "Beachead Comics Acquires Silver Age Collection." Comics Buyer's
Guide. July 6, 2001, p. 10.
2559. Benton, Mike. "Someday... You Are Going To Sell Your Collection."
Comics Feature. Jooe 1986, pp. 14-17.
2560. Cooke, Cynthia. "Creating a Collection." Animation. Aug. 1997, pp. 38,
40.
2561. Evanier, Mark "Must...Get... Complete... COllection.... The Almost
Obsessive Drive To Complete a Finite Grouping." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Dec. 14,2001, pp. 28-29.
2562. "Florida Collection Yields PreCode Treasures." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Oct.4,2oo2,p. 42.
2563. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Hinds Finds Large Golden Age Collection."
ComicsBuyer's Guide. May 19, 2000, p. 6.
2564. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Krause Whatzit Day Uncovers Golden Age
Hoard." Comics Buyer's Guide. May 21, 1999, p. 26.
2565. Frankenho:lf, Brent. "Where Do Old Golden and Silver Age Collections
(and Collectors) Go? How About Comic Heaven?" Comics Buyer's
Guide. Jooe 16, 2000, p. 24.
2566. "Heritage Acquires Legendary Original Art" Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Oct. 18, 2002, p. 74.
2567. "Heritage Comics, Featuring the Nicolas cage Collection." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Oct. 18, 2002, pp. 31-62.
2568. "Heritage Owner Buys Geissman Mad, E.C. Collection." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Sept. 28, 2001, p. 10.
2569. Hester, Lee. "The Palo Alto Collection (Or - How I Stopped Worrying
and Learned To Love eBay." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 29, 2000, pp.
42-45.
2570. Isabella, Tony. "Collection Suggestions." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov.
6, 1998, p. 28.
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2571. Isabella, Tony. "Collection Suggestions A-D." Comics Buyer's Guide.


Feb. 26, 1999,p. 34.
2572. "'Lake Country' Collection Is Offered." Comics Buyer's Guide. May
12, 1995, p. 40.
2573. Matheson, Whitney. "Six Comics Collections Are a Trip Down Memory
Lane." USA Today. Dec. I, 2004.
2574. Melby, Nathan. "Collections and Snafus." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept.
20,2002, p. 14.
2575. Melby, Nathan. "Dark Horse Releases Frazetta, Raboy Collections."
Comics Buyer's Guide. May 30, 2003, p. 24.
2576. Melby, Nathan. "Nicolas Cage Comics for Hire." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Nov. 8, 2002, pp. I, 42.
2577. Miller, John Jackson. "Collectors Collecting Collections." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Dec. 28,2001, p. 24.
2578. Miller, John 1. "How Do You Sort Your Collection." Comics Buyer's
Guide. May 17, 2002, p. 44.
2579. Munoz, Joe. "Cage(y) Bidders and Cage Fans Converge on Dallas."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 15, 2002, p. 42.
2580. Olshevsky, George. "Financing Your Comic Collection." CoJlectors
Dream. 1:3, pp. 7-9.
2581. "1,800 Bethlehem Collection Comics Found." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Nov. 19, 1999, p. 10.
2582. Patten, Marc. "Fans Found Personal Treasures in Unusual Places During
BIW Explosion." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 27, 1996, p. 34.
2583. Rozanski, Chuck. "Checking Out the Mile High n Collection." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Feb. 28, 2003, p. 44.
2584. Rozanski, Chuck. "Fainting From Fear: The Mile High Collection
Begins To Take Shape." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 22, 2002, p. 48.
2585. Rozanski, Chuck. "A First Look at the Mile High Collection." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Feb. 15, 2002, p. 44.
2586. Rozanski, Chuck. "A Historical Digression: The Mile High Collection
Wasn't an Easy Acquisition." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 8, 2002, p.
44
2587. Rozanski, Chuck. "The Mile-High Pedigree." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Feb. 8, 2002,p. 46.
2588. Rozanski, Chuck. "Still More Mile High Discoveries." Comics Buyer's
Guide. March 29,2002, p. 44.
2589. Rozanski, Chuck. "Striking Another Deal." Comics Buyer's Guide.
March 15, 2002, p. 72. (Mile High Collection).
2590. Smith, Andrew. "More Candidates for Collection." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Sept 7, 2001, pp. 28-29.
2591. Smith, Andrew. "A Prize-Winning Collection." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Jan. 2005, pp. 108-111.
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2592. Smith, Andrew. "Still More Candidates for Collection." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Sept. 14, 2001 , pp. 64-65.
2593. Steranko, Jim and Bill Pearson "The Pearson Fire: Lifetime Collection
Destroyed in Blaze." Comics Journal. Jan.-Feb. 2005, pp. 25-27.
2594. 'Thanks to Mom, Golden Age Collection Survives." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. June 1, 2001 , p. 6.
2595. "Underground Collection Surfaces in Pennsylvania" Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Nov. 1, 1996, p. 6.
2596. Weed, Carl. "In-the-Wall Collection." Comic Book Marketplace. Jan.
2000, pp. 86-87.

Fans, Fandom, Fanzines


2597. Almarez, Alex. "A Report on the Captain Marvel Showing in Chicago
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2599. Bails, Jerry. "Editorial." The Comic Reader. Aug. 20, 1962.
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2601. Brown, Jeffrey A. "Comic Book Fandom and Cultural Capital." Journal
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2602. Bubnis, Bernie. "Open Letter from Bernie Bubnis." Dateline:
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2603. Carter, Gary. "Interview with Howard Rogofsky." Comic Book
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2604. Clish, Stan. "Dealer Watch." Comic Fandom Monthly. Sept. 1971, pp.
16-18.
2605. "Comic Book Fans Are Transforming Popular Culture." New York
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2606. Coogan, Pete. "Fans and Comics." Paper presented at Popular Culture
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2607. David, Peter. "Defining Fandom: Pick One." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
June 18, 1999, pp. 58, 56.
2608. Dean, Michael. "Looking for Mr. Comics Fan The Search for Readers
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1998, p. 12.
2609. Dionnet, J.-P. "Le Fandom Americain." Phenix. No. 35, nd, pp. 54-57.
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26 11. Evanier, Mark. "Point of View." Comics Buyer 's Guide. April 10, 1998,
pp. 48-49; June 19, 1998, pp. 48, 51; May 14, 1999, pp. 42-43.
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2612. "The Fandom Zone." Comics Feature. March 1980, pp. 29-35; May
1980, pp. 39-47; Feb. 1982, pp. 45-49; June 1982, pp. 49-55; Oct. 1982,
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2613. "Far-out Fanfare and Infoomation!" Foam. FalI1973, pp. 10-13.
2614. Frantz, Ron. Fandom: Confidential. Midguard, 2000. 212 pp.
2615. "From the Old Fan. Howard Leroy Davis: Big Time Fan Trivia Quiz."
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2617. Groth, Gary. "Club Memo's [sic]." Fantastic Fanzine. No. 12, 1970, pp.
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2618. Harmon, Jim. "A Bunch of Swell Guys: All in Color for a Dime." Xero.
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2619. Harmon, Jim. "Harmony." Peon. Dec. 1956.
2620. Harvey, R. C. "Rants & Raves: Nostalgia" Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb.
23, 1996, p. 42.
2621. Isabella, Tony. "Wandering Fan." Comic Fandom Monthly. Jan. 1972,
pp.30-32.
2622. Lupoff, Dick "Re-Birch." ComicArt. April 1961.
2623. Mescallado, Ray. "A New Mainstream Renaissance?" Comics Journal.
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2624. Nyberg, Amy Kiste. "Don't Call Them Fanboys: Ethnography and Fan
Culture." Paper presented at Popular Culture Association, Philadephia,
PA, April 14, 1995.24 pp.
2625. Pust:z, Matthew. Comic Book Culture: Fanboys and True Believers.
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2626. Radford, Bill. "The Comic Fan: New Comic Book Takes Driver's Seat
for Change." Colorado Springs Gazette. March 12, 2000.
2627. Rogers, Mark C. "The High Cost of Fandom: The American Comic
Book Industry from Mass Medium to Niche Medium." Paper presented
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2629. Sarno, Joe. "Chicago Comics Fandom: A History." 1978.
2630. Siegal, Howard. "Comic Collector's Comments." Strips (Auckland).
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2631. Tankel, Jonathan. "Collecting Comic Books: A Study of the Fan and
Curatorial Consumpion." In Theorizing Fandom: Fans, Subculture, and
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2632. Thomas, Roy. "Four of a Kind." Comicol/ector. Sept 1961.
2633. Vosburg, Mike. "The Maquerader Speaks." Masquerader. June 1964.
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2634. Warner, Andrew. "Fandom Is a Way of Life." Changes. April 15, 1970,
p.21.
2635. White, Ted. "Forgotten Worlds." ComicArt. Oct. 1964.
2636. Worcester,'Kent. "A Nostalgia Journal." Comics Journal. July 1999, p.
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2637. Zilber, Jay. "Trufan Confessions." Comics Feature. March 1980, pp. 36-
39.
2638. Zinman, David. "Comicdom's Cult of Collectors." Newsday. Nov. 4,
1965.
Fanzines
2639. Ahern, Brian D. "Oh, No! Someone Gave Buzz a Typewriter!" Comics
Buyer's Guide. March 29, 1996, p. 24.
2640. "Atta Fanzine." Thud. No. 3, 1973, pp. 17-19.
2641. Benson, John. "The EC Fanzines Part 6. An Idiotic Fanzine." Squa
Tront. No. 10,2002, p. 5.
2642. Berman, G. and A. Malin. 'The Unfanzines." Comic Fandom Monthly.
Jan. 1972, pp. 23-24.
2643. Bubnis, Berni. "Fanzine Fandom Revisited." Fantastic Fanzine. No. 12,
1970, p. 25.
2644. Cooke, Jon B. "Ye Ed's Lament: Never Enough Space, Never Enough
Time." Comic BookArtist. May 2000, p. 4.
2645. Docks, Carl. "Qualified Praise." Comics Feature. Feb. 1982, pp. 50-51.
2646. Evanier, Mark "Point of View." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 5, 1997,
pp. 26, 28.
2647. "Fanzines." Mediascene. July/Aug. 1980, p. 73.
2648. Isabella, Tony. "Funny Features." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 9, 2002,
p.32.
2649. Isabella, Tony. "Tony's Tips!" Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 27, 1999, p.
26.
2650. Jennings, Bob. "Ride the Tiger." Comics Feature. Oct. 1980, pp. 32-35.
2651. Kreiner, Rich. "Rocket from the Crypt." Comics Journal. Dec. 2002, pp.
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2652. Lewis, Larry and Brett Cantrell. "Zine Fiends on the Loose." Penstuff.
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2653. Patterson, Dave. "Fanzine Update." Comic Informer. June-JulIy 1982, p.
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2654. Pierce, John G. "The Teenage Creations of Steve Gerber. Part Two: The
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2655. Schelly, Bill. The Comic Fandom Archives Presents...Labors of Love,
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2656. Schelly, Bill, camp. Fandom's Finest Comics. Volume 2. Best Original
Strips from the Classic Comics Fanzines. Seattle, WA: Hamster Press,
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2657. ScheUy, Bill. "Fanzine Heroes of the '60s Leap into the New
Millennium." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 24,2000, p. 28.
2658. Schelly, Bill. Giant Labors 0/ Love, featuring Classic Ama-Strips 0/ the
Ditto Fanzines. Seattle, WA: Hamster Press, 1996. 79 pp.
2659. Schuster, Hal. "Happy Hal's Howlings." Comics Feature. Dec. 1986, p.
1.
2660. Thingvall, Joel. "Recommended U. S. Fanzines." Foreign Comic
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2661. Thomas, Roy and Bill Schelly. Alter Ego. The Best 0/ the Legendary
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2662. Zilber, Jay. "Tmfan Confessions." Comics Feature May 1980, pp. 45-
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2663. Zilber, Jay. "Tmfan Confessions." Comics Feature. Oct 1980, pp. 36-
38.
2664. "Zine Seen." Borderline. Nov. 2001, pp. 56-59.
History
2665. Bails, Jerry. "Fandom Origins." Comics Feature. March 1980, p. 30.
2666. Kannenberg, Gene, Jr. "One Insider's Story: The Golden Age o/Comic
Fandom." Comics Journal. Feb. 1996, pp. 57-59.
2667. Krolik, Joseph D. "Memories, Fandom and the Future. Part One."
Co//ection Dream. No. 3, pp. 30-32.
2668. Mondello, Salvatore. "The Golden Age of Comic Fandom." Inks. Feb.
1996, pp. 43-44.
2669. Rosenberger, Jack "Fanzine Cartoonists Forbidden To Draw." Art in
America. June 1994, p. 31.
2670. Schelly, Bill. "Comics Fandom Marks Its 35th Anniversary." Comics
Buyer's Guide. 1996 Annual, pp. 46-50.
2671. ScheUy, Bill. The Golden Age o/Comic Fandom. Seattle, WA: Hamster
Press, 1995. 144 pp.
2672. Thomas, Roy. "The Altered Ego." Alter Ego. Spring 1998, pp. 2-3.
2673. Thomas, Roy. "The Alter-Ego Story." Unpublished manuscript, ca.
1964.
2674. Weist, Jerry. "A Short History of Comic Fandom and Comic Book
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2675. White, Ted. "History of Comics Fandom." Comics Journal. Dec. 2000,
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2676. White, Ted. "The History of Comics Fandom" Comics Journal. March
2001, pp. 99-102.
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2677. White, Ted. "History of Comics Fandom: Part Three." Comics Journal.
April 2001, pp. 97-100.
2678. White, Ted. "The History of Comics Fandom. Part Four." Comics
Journal. May 2001, pp. 107-109.
2679. White, Ted. "The History of Comics Fandom, Part Five." Comics
Journal. June 2001, pp. 107-110.
2680. White, Ted. "The History of Comics Fandom: Part Six." Comics
Journal. July 2001, pp. 134-136.

Letter Pages
2681. Crilley, Mark. "Want To Make a Difference in Comics? Write a Letter!"
Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 31, 1997, p. 12.
2682. Evanier, Mark. "The Origin of the Letters Page." Comics Buyer's Guide.
April 2, 1999, pp. 30-31.
2683. Evanier, Mark:. "Point of View: Autobiography of a Letter Hack."
Comics Buyer's Guide. April 9, 1999, pp. 30,36.
2684. Isabella, Tony. "Tony's Tips!" Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 22, 1999, p.
42.
2685. Miller, John Jackson. "Dear Publishers...Bring Back Your Letter
Pages!" Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 2004, pp. 40-44.
2686. Miller, John Jackson. "Remembering His Roots: Writer Kurt Busiek
Discusses Letter Columns Past and Present" Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Oct. 2004, pp. 50-51.

Grading, Price Guides


2687. " 'Action' #1 Is Priced at $160,000." Comics Buyer 's Guide. July 29,
1994, p. 6.
2688. '''Action' #1 Sells for $137,500. Cash Sale Sets IndustIy Record."
ComicsBuyer'sGuide. April 14, 1995, p. 44.
2689. "Amazon.com, CCG Form Online Grading Service Alliance." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Oct. 1, 1999, p. 8.
2690. Bails, Jerry. The Collector's Guide. The First Heroic Age. Detroit, MI:
Panelologist, 1969. 86 pp.
2691. Benton, Mike. "Making Money: Top 100 Comic Books (December
1984)." Comics Feature. July 1986, pp. 20-24.
2692. Bickford, Pete. "Does Rarity Equal Value?" Comics Buyer 's Guide.
April 5, 2002, p. 52.
2693. Biggers, Cliff. "Price Guide: On Top of the Trends: Trade Barriers?"
Comics Buyer's Guide. June 6,1997, pp. 102-110.
2694. Biggers, Cliff. "Price Guide: The Flip Side." Comics Buyer's Guide.
March 14,1997, pp. 68-73.
2695. Carter, Gary M "A Price Guide For Price Guides 1995." Comic Book
Marketplace. July 1995, pp. 64-67.
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2696. "Comic Base 7.0 More Portable Than Ever." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Ck1.25,2oo2, p. 42.
2697. Comics & Their Values. Medford, OR: Mickey Starr, 1972.
2698. Dean, Michael "Price Guide: The Prodigal Price Guide." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. March 1, 1996, p. 1.
2699. Dispenza, Phil. "CGC in a Nutshell." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 25,
2002, pp. 44-45.
2700. Dulgoff, Gary. "Grading Has Changed Already." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Aug. 16, 2002, p. 46.
2701. Frankenhoff, Brent "CBG Alters Grade Breakdowns." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Aug. 2, 2002, p. 62.
2702. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Detective #27 Sets Record Sale Price." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 18, 2002, p. 44.
2703 . Frankenhoff, Brent. "Influences with Influential Prices." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. June 8, 2001, p. 12.
2704. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Mile High ' Superman' #1 Sells for $180,000."
Comics Buyer's Guide. July 12, 1996, p. 6.
2705. Frankenhoff, Brent. "A Propagation of Pricing Factors." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. July 20, 2001, p. 64.
2706. Frankenhoff, Brent "Raising the Bar: MastroNet Sells Detective #27 for
$241 ,904." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 16,2001, p. 6.
2707. Frankenhoff, Brent "Upscale Variants." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 2,
2oo1, p. 20.
2708. "Geppi Buys Early Arehies for $100,000." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May
9, 1997, p. 24.
2709. Insignares, William. "Baltimore Summit Variants Bring Big Bucks for
Retailer." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 2005, p. 131.
2710. "It's Happened Before." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 11, 2003, p. 40.
2711. Johnston, Rich. "The 81O-Dollar Man Purchases a 10.0 Spawn # 1."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 2, 2001, p. 8.
2712. "Key Comics Sold in 1995." In Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide.,
26th Ed, pp. A-60 - A-63. New York: Avon, 1996.
2713. "Lots of Action Graded Comic Report." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug.
25, 2000, p. 36.
2714. Melby, Nathan. "Frazetta Cover Brings $61,000 to All-Star." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. March 28, 2003, p. 42.
2715. Melby, Nathan. "Want To Subscribe to 9.8 ComicsT Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Oct. 31, 2003, p. 38.
2716. Miller, John Jackson. "Black Cover Spidey + 10.0 = $1, 525." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. March 29, 2002, p. 42.
2717. Miller, John 1. "Buyers Passing up 10.0 Versions of Plentiful Comics."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 12, 2001, p. 12.
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2718. Miller, John Jackson. "CGC Adds Restoration Removal, Autograph


Setvices." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 6,2001, p. 12.
2719. Miller, John Jackson. "CGC Comics Holding Lofty Values So Far."
Comics Buyer's Guide. June 29, 2001, pp. 12-13.
2720. Miller, John 1. "CGC Prices Down, but Volume up as October Ends."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 24, 2000, p. 12.
2721. Miller, John Jackson. "CGC Slabbing Continues To Transform High-
End Collecting." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 18, 2002, p. 44.
2722. Miller, John Jackson. "CGC 300-Issue Spidey Run Brings $64,250
Bid." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 10,2001, p. 12.
2723. Miller, John 1. "Errors in CGC Slabs Pop Up, But Don't Mean Much."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 8, 2000, p. 12.
2724. Miller, John Jackson. "Figuring the CGC Ratios." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Nov. 23, 2001, pp. 42-43.
2725. Miller, John Jackson. "Grade: X. So Far, CGC Customers Focus More
on Mutants." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 3,2001, pp. 12-13.
2726. Miller, John Jackson. "Looking for Bargains: There Aren't Many
Among CGC-Graded Comics Online, but a Few Exist." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Dec. 7, 2001, p. 42.
2727. Miller, John 1. "New Overstreet Jacks Prices To Chase CGC Trends."
Comics Buyer's Guide. May 18,2001, p. 12.
2728. Miller, John Jackson. "Silver Age Kirby Issue Scores a 10.0 for
Charity." Comics Buyer's Guide. June 1, 2001, p. 12.
2729. Miller, John Jackson. "Slabs Adding Little Value to Many Lower-grade
Comics." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 20, 2001, p. 12.
2730. Miller, John Jackson. "10.0 Thrill Not Gone, But It's Going." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Nov. 30, 2001, pp. 44-45.
2731. Miller, John 1. "Tracking the Travels of Twelve 10.0 Comics." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Nov. 10, 2000, p. 12.
2732. Miller, John Jackson. "The 'Visible' Price." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Aug. 31,2001, p. 12.
2733. Miller, John Jackson and Denise Janec. "CGC Drops Restoration
Removal Plans." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 28, 2001, p. 12.
2734. Miller, Rex. "Beyond the Price Guides: Unlisted Comics Collectibles."
Comics Buyer's Guide. June 13, 1997, p. 80.
2735. Nolan, Michelle. "The Numbers You Should Pay Attention To." Comics
Buyer's Guide. April 25, 2003, p. 26.
2736. Patten, Marc. "Determining the Fair Mmet Value of Your Comics."
Comics Buyer's Guide. March 2005, pp. 124-126.
2737. Patten, Marc. "Grading for Dollars." Comics Buyer's Guide. June 2005,
pp. 124-128.
2738. "Price Guide: In the Eye of the Beholder." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec.
6, 1996, pp. 102-107.
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2739. Rozanski, Chuck. "CGC: Anathema or Necessity?" Comics Buyer's


Guide. Nov. 30,2001, p. 48.
2740. Rozanski, Chuck. "ConselVative Grading." Comics Buyer's Guide. July
19, 2002, p. 54.
2741. Rozanski, Chuck. "Fooling Bob Overstreet." Comics Buyer's Guide.
June 6, 2003, p. 88.
2742. Rozanski, Chuck. "Grade Deflation?" Comics Buyer's Guide. June 28,
2002, p. 92.
2743. Rozanski, Chuck. "Grading Grading Guides." Comics Buyer's Guide.
June 14,2002, p. 46.
2744. Rozanski, Chuck. "Price Guides & Hand Grenades." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Aug. 2004, pp. 134-135.
2745. "Slabs Today, What Tomorrow?" Comics Buyer's Guide. April 11,
2003,p.1.
2746. Thompson, Maggie. "CGC Is Up and Running in Florida." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Jan. 25, 2002, p. 42.
2747. Thompson, Maggie. "The Future of Grading." Comics Buyer's Guide.
April II, 2003, pp. 38-39.
2748. Thompson, Maggie. '''The Grade Is the Grade.'" Comics Buyer's Guide.
Feb. 8, 2002, p. 42.
2749. Thompson, Maggie. "Largest Coin-Grading Company Enters Comics
Field." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 12, 1999, pp. 8, 10.

CONTENT, FORM
Form, Style
2750. Ault, Donald. "How To Recognize a (Good) Comic When You See
One." Paper presented at Popular Culture Association, New Orleans,
Louisiana, April 19, 2003.
2751. Bone, Jimmie. "Theme and Structure in the Comic Book: Entry Points
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2752. Carpenter, Stanford "Anatomy of a Comic Book Image." Paper
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2753. "The Changing Shape of Comics." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 16,
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2754. Cooke, Michael R "Countering the Phobia Against Fuller
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2755. Couch, Chris. "The Publication and Formats of Comics, Graphic
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2756. Duncan, Randy. "Comparing lcomics with Print Comics." Paper


presented at Popular Culture Association, New Orleans, Louisiana,
April 22, 2000.
2757. Duncan, Randy. "Prime Auction: The Reductive Nature of Paradigmatic
Choice in the Comic Book Panel." Paper presented at Popular Culture
Association, New Orleans, LA, April 18, 2003.
2758. Duncan, Randy. "Scott McCloud's Understanding Comics as a Basis of
Rhetorical Criticism." Paper presented at Popular Culture Associatio,
Chicago, IL, April 8, 1994.
2759. Duncan, Randy. "The Weaver's Art: An Examination of Comic Book
' Writing.'" International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2002, pp. 234-
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2760. Ellwood, Tayler. "Compositional Elements of Comics." Paper presented
at Popular Culture Association, Toronto, Canada, March 14, 2001.
2761. Fure, Jessica. "Weaving the Universe: the Hypertextual Nature of
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2762. Harris, Jack C. "Captions: A View from Inside!" Sojourn . Sept. 1977,
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2763 . Hatfield, Charles W. "Graphic Interventions: Form and Argument in
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2764. Isabella, Tony. "Comics with Noir in Their Repertoire." Comics Buyer 's
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2765. Kannenberg, Gene Jr. "Designing (for) the Audience: The Rhetoric of
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2766. McDonell, David "Word Balloons: Creative Rites." Comics Scene. June
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2767. Melby, Nate. "Marvel Age: Old Stories, New Art, Format." Comics
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2768. Miller, Jeffrey A. "Comics Narrative as Striptease." international
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2769. Miller, John Jackson. 'The Case of the Vanishing Balloon." Comics
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2770. Neff, William A. "The Pictorial and Linguistic Features of Comic Book
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2771. Rifas, Leonard. "See What I Mean? Visual Language." Comics Journal.
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2772. Rogers, Mark C. "Returning to the Scene of the Crime: Generic
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2773. Saner - Lamken, Brian. "Fun with Comics: Composing Characters."


Comics Buyer's Guide. May 26, 1995, p. 46.
2774. Singer, Marc. "Deconstructing 'Reconstruction' : Challenging the
Discourse of Contemporary Comics." Paper presented at Popular
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2775. Singer, Marc. "Invisible Order: Comics, Time and Narrative." Paper
presented at Popular Culture Association, San Diego, CA, April 2, 1999.
2776. Smith, Andrew. "Allow Me To Introduce Myself, Again. How Many
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2777. St. Lawrence, Gary. "Dav Dez Arts: It's Time To Get Gmphic!" Comics
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2778. Thompson, Maggie. "Variations on a Theme." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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2779. Tsaousis, Spiros. "Postmodem Spirituality and the Narratve Structure of
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2780. Vartanoff, Ellen. "New ExpIomtions in Forms & Formats of Sequential
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2781. Witek, Joseph. "The Comics Page: Form and Meaning in Comics
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2782. Witek, Joseph. "The Syntax of the Comics Page." Paper presented at
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Genres and Types


General Sources
2783. Bickford, Pete. "Do Non-Hero Comics Sell?" Comics Buyer's Guide.
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2784. "Birth of the Archaeological Comic?" Borderline. 2001, p. 13.
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2788. Kreiner, Rich. "Pay-as-You-Go Pleasures~ in Defense of Serialized
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2789. Melby, Nathan. "Parade Brings Back Christmas Classics." Comics
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2790. Miller, John 1. "Colomdo and Comics." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 21,
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2791. Patten, Marc. "Does Death Sell More ComicsT' Comics Buyer's Guide.
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2792. Relkin, Richard "In a Perfect World ... ." Comic Culture. Oct. 1993, p.
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2793. Relkin, Richard "In a Perfect World ...." Comic Culture. June 1994, pp.
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2794. Rogers, Mark C. "Beyond Bang! Pow! Zap! Genre and the Evolution of
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2795. Shaw!, Scott. "Going Odd-ballistic: Oddball Comics." CAPS. May-June
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27%. Shaw!, Scott. "Oddball Comics, An Introduction." Comics Buyer 's
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2797. Smith, Greg M. "Up from the Swamp: The Rise of the 'Mature' Comic
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2798. Witek, Joseph. "The Dream of Total War: The Limits of a Genre."
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Adult
2801. Bernstein, Amy. "Where Have You Gone, Jughead?" us. News and
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2802. Brady, Matt and Mike Doran. "Marvel Tries $1.50 Weekly Black-and-
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2803. Brick, Scott. "Comics: They're Not Just For Kids Any More!" Comics
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2804. Chaney, Daniel W. "The Portrayal of Adult Themes in Comic Books
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2805. Cox, 1. R and B. Ken Knight. "Adult Comics - An Introduction by R
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2806. Isabella, Tony. "Musings on Marvel's Mature Line." Comics Buyer 's
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2807. "The New Adult Comic Books." Us. News & World Report. Aug. IS,
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2808. Thompson, Maggie. "Marvel Drops the Comics Code, Adds Adult
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2809. Wardle, Paul. "To Serve and Protect" Gauntlet. No. 9, 1995, pp. 151-
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Adventure
2810. Goulart, Ron. "Auge y Caida de la Aventura en los Comic-Books."
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2811. Horn, Maurice. "La Decadencia de la Aventura." Historia de los
Comics. No. 26, n.d., pp. 701-711.

Animal
2812. Abramowitz, Jack. "Heroes Sell. Fmmy Animals Sell. So How
About...? Sixty Years of Super Fmmy Animals." Comics Buyer 's
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2813. '"Acclaim Comedy Club' Opens in Early 1998." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Jan. 9, 1998, p. 55.
2814. Campbell, T. "What Was a WuzWolf? The Career of A. Wolf." Comics
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2815. "Critter Comics News." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 9,1998, p. 10.
2816. "The Critter Shelf." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 9, 1998, p. 32.
2817. Curtis, Carole. '''The Best Artist in Funy Comics' : An Interview with
Terrie Smith." Comics Buyer 's Guide. April 21, 2000, pp. 42-43.
2818. Curtis, Mike and Carole. "Five Years in an Anthropomorphic Mom and
Pop Store." Comics Buyer 's Guide. April 21, 2000, p. 40.
2819. Evanier, Mark "Point of View." Comics Buyer 's Guide. April 21, 2000,
pp. 48, 53.
2820. FrankenhofI, Brent. "Fmmy Animal Firsts." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan.
18, 2002, p. 48.
2821. "The Fmmy Animals." Mediascene. July/Aug. 1980, p. 74.
2822. Harlow, Mike. "Fmmy Animals in the DC Universe: Where Are They
Now?" Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 9, 1998, pp. 54-55.
2823. Melby, Nathan. "Extinctioners Not Endangered." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. July 12, 2002, p. 17.
2824. O' Neill, Patrick D. "Anthropomorphics: It's More Than Just 'Omaha'
and 'Hepeats.'" Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 9, 1998, pp. 50, 52.
2825. Patten, Fred. "Wise Quackers, Fat Cats, and Dog Day Afternoons."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. April 21, 2000, pp. 22-23, 26-28.
2826. St. Lawrence, Gary. ''' Albedo' The Grandmother of Funny Animal
Comics Turns 20." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 9, 1998, p. 28.
2827. St. Lawrence, Gary. '''Hepeats' Starts Life #3 at Antarctic Press."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 9, 1998, pp. 24, 26.
2828. St. Lawrence, Gary. "Radio Comix Tunes into Anthropomorphics."
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2829. Thompson, Kim. "EI Hombre Raton y el Hombre Pato: Walt Disney,
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2830. Tyree, Dan. "Dan T's Inferno." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 9, 1998, pp.
56-57.
2831. "Visions of Vision Comics." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 9, 1998, p. 57.
Autobiographical
2832. Cross, Dan. "Perverts, Weenies, and Other Losers: Ethos in
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2833. Hatfield, Charles. "Autobiographical Comix As Social Critique: Chester
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2834. Hatfield, Charles. "Truth-Telling in Autobiographical Comics." Paper
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2835. Kreiner, Rich. "Whatever Happened to Autobiographical Comics?:
Three Recent Anthologies Circumscribe the New Cutting Edge."
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2836. Mcllvenny, Paul B. "Masculinity in Autobiographical Comics: The
Male Body WritesfDraws Back." Paper presented at Popular Culture
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2837. Mitrevski, Ivan. "Stripovske Autobiografije." Stripburger. No. 37, 2004,
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2838. O'Neil, Tim. "Auto Motives." Comics Journal. Oct.lNov. 2004, pp. 54-
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2839. Shutt, Craig. "Creators as Stars in Their Own Pages, Part 4." Comics
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Children's
2840. de Bree , Kees. "Het Wilde Westen, Mythe & Realiteit." Stripschrijt.
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2842. Harvey, R. C. "When Comics Were for Kids: A Speculative Essay at
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2843. Kannenberg, Gene, Jr. "Hey Kids - Comics! : The Rhetoric of the
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2844. Rodman, Larry. "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sandbox: Kid-Level


Comics of the Sixties." Drawn Bits. 2001, pp. 16-22.
2845. Thompson, Maggie. "Comics Guide." Comics Buyer's Guide. June 7,
1996, p. 48.
2846. Thompson, Maggie. "It Was a Golden Age for Kids!" Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Jan. 24, 2003, pp. 30-31.
Cowboy, Western
2847. Frankenhoff, Brent "Want Westerns? AC's Got 'Em!" Comics Buyer's
Guide. March 5, 1999, p. 45.
2848. Harvey, R. C. "American Mythology." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 26,
2000, pp. 44-45.
2849. Irving, Christopher. "A Gallop and a Roar - A Brief Palaver on Western
Comics." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 26, 2000, p. 38, 40-41.
2850. Irving, Christopher. "The Rest of the West: AC Comics Brings
Companies Back from Boot Hill." Comics Buyer's Guide. May 26,
2000, p. 42.
2851. "Lots of Action." Comics Buyer's Guide. May 26, 2000, p. 10.
2852. Magnusson, Magnus. "Myter & Motmyter. Wild West Made in USA."
Bi/d & Bubbla. No.3, 1982, pp. 12-15.
2853. "Marvel's Cowboys Ride Again." Comics International. Feb. 1999, p.
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2854. Quinby, Ed. ''How the West Was Covered." Comic Effect. No. 42, 2005,
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2855. Phillips, Robert W. "Collecting Cowboy Comic Strips." Col/ector's
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2856. Phillips, Robert W. "Collecting Western Comic Books." Models and
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2857. Phillips, Robert W. "Collecting Western Comics." Big Reel. Sept. 15,
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2858. Phillips, Robert W. "Cowboy Comic Book Collectibles: The Dell
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2859. Phillips, Robert W. "Western Roundup Comics." Under Western Skies.
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2860. Simpson, Robert. "Speaking of Westerns... ." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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2861. Thompson, Maggie. "Never Roped a Steer 'Cuz I Don't Know How."
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2862. Ward, Murrny R "Six-Guns Against Super-Villains." Comic Effect. No.
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Crime, Detective
2863. "Back in the Trenchcoats." Comics International. Dec. 1998, p. 4.
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2864. Davis, Howard L. "'Men of Mystery Comics." Comic Book Effiet. No.
27,2001, pp. 36-38.
2865. Dean, Michael. "Hard-Boiled Horror." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 18,
1997, p. 60.
2866. "11 Giallo Made in USA II." Exploit Comics. March/JlU1e 1980, pp. 3-4.
2867. Frankenhoff, Brent "Dark Horse Comics Offers a Librcuy of Crime
Comics." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 18, 1997, p. 61.
2868. Guzzo, Gary. "Can Crime Comics Expand the Market?" Comics Buyer's
Guide. April 18, 1997, p. 32.
2869. Isabella, Tony. "Crime-Fighting Independent Reviews." Comics Buyer's
Guide. March 21,2003, pp. 18-19.
2870. Isabella, Tony. "Investigative Reviews." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan.
2003, pp. 18-19.
2871. "The Making of a Comics Murder - Macintosh Style." Comics Buyer's
Guide. April 18, 1997, p. 24.
2872. Melby, Nathan. "Detective Edgar Allan Poe." Comics Buyer's Guide.
March 28, 2003, p. 15.
2873. Miller, John Jackson. "Mystery Plots, a Mysterious Promotion, and
More Parodies." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 26, 1999, p. 28.
2874. '''Mommy' Gives Birth to a Sequel." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 18,
1997, pp. 54, 58.
2875. Nolan, Michelle. "When Crime (Comics) Didn't Pay." Comics Buyer's
Guide. April 19,2002, p. 30.
2876. Patten, Marc. "Joe Zabel and His Known Associates Create an Amazing
Montage of Mysteries." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 18, 1997, p. 36.
2877. Robbins, Trina. "60 Years of Crime Comics." Comics Journal. Oct.
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2878. Rogers, Mark C. "From Femme Fatales to Ninja Hookers: Crime
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Cnlture Association, Orlando, FL, April 9, 1998.
2879. St. Lawrence, Gary. "Homage Is Home to 'Damned.'" Comics Buyer's
Guide. April 18, 1997, p. 56.
2880. St. Lawrence, Gary. "Potting the 'Film' in 'Noir' Comics." Comics
Buyer's Guide. April 18, 1997, pp. 22, 24.
2881. "Where To Find 'Em." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 18, 1997, p. 26.
2882. Wright, Nicky. "Cheesecake and Crimes for Just a Dime a Time."
Comic Book Marketplace. July 1995, pp. 22-29.
2883. Yonng, Larry. "'I Set Out To Be George Perez, and I Ended up Howard
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Crossovers
2884. Abramowitz, Jack. "Strange Bedfellows." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
March 14, 2003, pp. 36-38.
2885. Beemer, Olav. "Crossover-Gekte." Stripschrijl. March 1996, pp. 42-43.
2886. Brady, Matt. "A Quarter-century of Crossover Craziness." Comics
Buyer's Guide. May 25,2001 , pp. 38-41.
2887. Irving, Christopher. "Assembling Again: The Avengers Lead Marvel's
Latest Crossover." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 25, 2000, pp. 22-25.
2888. Smith, Andrew. "Crossovers and Team-up." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Feb. 21, 2003, pp. 36-37.

Educational
2889. Blumberg, Arnold T. "Transatlantic Meditations." Borderline. Dec.
2002, p. 33.
2890. Melby, Nathan. " See Meridian Float! Float, Meridian, Float!" Comics
Buyer's Guide. June 13, 2003, pp. 1,12-13.
2891. Melby, Nathan. "Weird Fantasy Science." Comics Buyer's Guide. July
26,2002, pp. 1,12-13.
2892. Nelson, George. "ORCA Curriculum Guide Employs Comics as
Educational Tool." Comics Buyer's Guide. June 22, 2001, p. 45.
2893. Rodman, Larry. "Goth Populi: Death, Despair, and Classic Comics."
Fullbleed. Summer 1999, pp. 8-15.
2894. Snow, Mike. "Educational Comics: Apollo 12." A d Astra. Jan./Feb.
1995, pp. 42-43.
2895. Thompson, Maggie. " Arft Arft Didja Think Popeye Only Knew About
Bein' a Sailor Man." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 24, 1997, p. 72.
2896. Tondra, Jason. "The Four-Color King is Dead: Arthurian Comics
Beyond the Supethero." Paper presented at Popular Culture Association,
Toronto, Canada, March 14, 2001.
2897. Younger, John G. "Hoppin' Hittites, Hector! A Comic Book Series
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Erotic, Pornographic
2898. Cruse, Howard. "Gulliga Serier om Sex och Kosmos." BUd & Bubbla.
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Horror, Monster
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Humor
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Lawyer Comics
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Magic
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3114. Witek, Joseph. "Repressing the Irrepressible: Underground Comix
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Real-Life
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3124. Allen, Marshall. "Drawing from the Word: A Gifted Team of Christians
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3125. Broadway, Bill. "Comic Artist Draws on a Higher Power." Washington
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3131. Hatton, Howard. "Translating Scripture in the Comic Medium." The
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3135. Miller, John Jackson. "Crossing Over: Getting Religious Comics into
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Romance
3141. Benson, John, ed. Romance Without Tears: '50s Love Comics - with a
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3144. Howell, Richard. "What's Love Got To Do .. . with Comics? A


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3145. Lustig, John "Great Romance Story Lines." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
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3146. Lustig, John "Have You Been Reading Romance Comics Without
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3147. Lustig, John. "Modern Romance Comics." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb.
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3148. Lustig, John. "More GoofY Romances for Valentine's Day." Comics
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3150. Lustig, John "Why Do People Collect Romance ComicsT' Comics
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3155. Smith, Andrew. "How Not To End a Relationship!" Comics Buyer 's
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Science Fiction, Futuristic
3156. Ashford, Richard "Open Spaces." Speakeasy. Sept 1989, pp. 57, 59,
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3161. "DC Launches Science-Fiction Imprint." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May
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3164. Hopewell, Lee. "A History of Science Fiction.;' Comic Media. Sept.
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Sidekicks
3178. Frankenhoff, Brent "Shining a Spotlight on Sidekicks." Comics Buyer's
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3179. Shutt, Craig. "Silver Age Sidekicks: A Quiz." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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Sitcom
3180. Cleary, Kevin. "TV Comics Tune in to The Munsters." Comics Buyer's
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3181. "From Comics to Sitcoms: The Pendulum Swings the Other Way."
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3182. "More on Jerry." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 5, 1997, p. 58.
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3184. Shutt, Craig. "Sacre Blen! Jerry and the Justice League." Comics
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3185. Shutt., Craig. "Snper-Hip's Short but Hopeful Career." Comics Buyer's
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3186. "Sorta Sitcoms." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 5,1997, p. 40.
Sports
3187. Nolan, Michelle. "Fawcett Took a Few Swings at Baseball Comics."
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3188. Nolan. Michelle. "Willie, Mickey, The Duke...and Swat Malone."
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Spy
3189. Dean. Michael. "The Men from C. O. M. I. C. S.: Undercover Heroes:
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3190. Greene, Ward K. "Before James Bond." CIA Studies in Intelligence.
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3194. St. Lawrence, Gary. "007 Gets Carded in Inkworks' 'Tomorrow Never
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Summertime
3195. David, Peter. "Summertime Memories and Miscellany." Comics Buyer's
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3196. Frankenhoff, Brent "And the Summertime Fun Doesn't End with
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3197. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Hot Comics Fun in the Summertime!" Comics
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3198. Frankenhoff. Brent. "Take a Trip with Vacation Specials." Comics
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3199. Smith. Andrew. "How Summertime Comics Changed One Columnist's
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Superhero
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3201. Adetunji, Lydia. "The Superhero Gets Serious." Financial Times. May
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3216. Brady, Matt. "New and Old Creators Welcome Returning Marvel
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3217. Brady, Matt. "Their Unseen Power." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 31,
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3218. Browne, Ray and Marshall W. Fishwick, eds. The Hero in Transition.
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3221. Cerabone, Jon. "Superheroes at the Crossroads - the Mid Life Crisis
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3234. David, Peter. "The Rules for Super-Heroes." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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3240. Edwards, Anne. "Victims, Villains, and Victors: Construction of
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3244. Forbes, Bruce D. "Batman Crucified: Religion and Modem


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3246. Goulart, Ron. "Mutants in the MaIVel Universe: A Special Report."
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3248. Greenholdt, Joyce. "Battlebooks Provide Hero's-Eye Views of Super-
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3249. Greenholdt, Joyce. "Just for Fun: Icon." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 10,
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3250. Gresh, Lois H. and Robert Weinberg. The &ience o/Superheroes. New
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3260. Isabella, Tony. "No Heaven for Super-Heroes." Gauntlet. No. 19, 2000,
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3262. Jerrman, Toni. "Super Sankaruuden Mureneminen." Sarjainjo. No. 94,
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3265. Koseluk, Chris. "Comic Book Antihero." American Film. Feb. 1991, p.
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3285. O'Neil, Dennis. "Los Superheroes." Historia de los Comics. No.9, n.d,
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3288. O'Neill, Patrick D. "Fashion Report: What the Well-Dressed Hero Will
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3306. Shister, Gail. "Comic Book Superhero Name-Drops a Local Anchor -
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3307. Shoemaker, Dan C. "Lee and Kirby Revisited: Toward a Superhero
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3308. Shoemaker, Dan. "Paradigm Shift in Superhero Comics." Paper
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3309. Shutt, Craig. "A Mopee Cover-Up!" Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 16,
2004, pp. 28-29.
3310. Shutt, Craig. "10 Ways to Hire a Hero." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 11,
2002, pp. 36-39.
3311. Shutt, Craig. "Why So Few Capeable Heroes." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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3312. Siverbo, Olof and Karl-Erik Lindkvist. "SuperfOrlaget och Dess Lojliga
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3313. Smith, Andrew. "Age Cannot Wither Them - But What Age?" Comics
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3314. Smith, Andrew. "The Captain Has a Complaint. How Does Spandex
Enhance Natural Abilities?" Comics Buyer's Guide. May 24, 2002, pp.
32-33.
3315. Smith, Andrew. "Catching up with Team-ups." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Aug. 16,2002, pp. 38-39.
3316. Smith, Andrew. "Fabulous Firsts!" Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 24,
2001, pp. 46-47.
3317. Smith, Andrew. "Recycled Arguments. With Plastics It's a Good Thing;
with Heroes, Not So Good." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 20, 2004, pp.
32-33.
3318. Smith, Andrew. "Superheroes Team Up for Battle of Lifetime Against
Common Foe." Memphis Commercial Appeal. Sept. 7,2003.
3319. Smith Andrew. "Surveying the Super-Titles." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Oct. 27, 2000, pp. 38-39.
3320. Smith, Andrew. "A Villainous Seminar." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan.
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3321. Spicer, Chris and Rebecca Bonser. "World of Heroes." Borderline. Oct.
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3322. Stoddard, William H. "The Unseen Earth-Qne." Comics Forum.


Autumn 1998, pp. 43-45.
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3325. Sutton, Michael1. "The Superhero Straitjacket: Why the Mass Medium
of American Comic Books Never Really Grew Up." MA thesis,
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16.
3328. Thompson, Don and Maggie, eds. Comic Book Superstars. lola, WI:
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3330. Timp, Joost. "Is Super Beter dan Normal?" Striprojiel. April 1986, pp.
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3331. Trimpe, Hero. "Old Superheroes Never Die, They Join the Real World."
New York Times Education Life. Jan. 9, 2000, pp. 24-26, 42,44.
3332. Tucker, Chris. "Superheroes Mean Business." American Way. June 15,
2004, pp. 71-76.
3333. Voger, Mark. "The Dark Age." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 14, 1997,
pp. 54, 56.
3334. Ward, Murray R. '''Four-Color Words': Worlds Enough and Time."
Comic Fandom 's Forum. Dec. 1982, pp. 52-55.
3335. Ward, Murray R. "Super-Team Spirit: Superheroes on the Government
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1983, pp. 134-145.
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21 , 2003, pp. I, 16-17.
3337. "Who Deserves the Credit (and Cash) for Dreaming Up Those
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3339. Wolf-Meyer, Matthew. "The World Ozymandias Made: Utopias in the
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230.
Comic Books 167

War
3341. Burchill, Julie. "The Graphic Truth." Guardian Weekly. Aug. 23, 2003,
p. 5.
3342. Burrows, Gavin. "Harvey Kurtzman's War Titles: Anti-War Comics a
Generation before Vietnam?" Comics Forum. Autmnn 1999, pp. 27-35.
3343. Coma, Javier. "Los Viejos Combates Nunca Mueren." Historia de los
Comics. No. 25, n.d., pp. 695-700.
3344. "The Combat Shelf." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 21, 1997, p. 44.
3345. Fears, Steven. " 'I've Always Tried To Keep Improving': An Interview
with Russ Heath." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 21, 1997, pp. 34-36, 38.
3346. Fossati, Franco. "I Fumetti e la Guerra." If Oct-Dec. 1975, pp. 16-17.
3347. Frankenhoff, Brent "Life During Wartime." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct.
5, 2001, p. 41.
3348. Frankenhoff, Brent. "What Makes a Good War Comic?" Comics
Buyer s Guide. April 13, 2001, p. 12.
3349. Giromini, Fermccio. "Quell 'Uomo e Una Roccia." Comic Art. Dec.
1988, p. 57.
3350. Hilbish, Melissa. "Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The Comic Books
of the Korean War." Paper presented at Popular Culture Association,
San Antonio, TX, March 28, 1997.
3351. "'History Is Just About Regular People.' An Interview with Wayne
Vansant" Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 21, 1997, pp. 56, 62.
3352. Kingman, Jim "The Short Sides of War, Pt. 1: War Stories Edited by
Archie Goodwin." Comic Effect. Feb.-March 2003, pp. 43-48.
3353. Melby, Nathan. "The Serious Side." Comics Buyer's Guide. June 21,
2002, pp. 1, 12.
3354. Murray, Doug. "The New Parade - into Obscurity." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Nov. 13, 1998, pp. 26, 28, 30.
3355. Nolan, Michelle. "DC War Comics Celebrate 50th Anniversary." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. July 26, 2002, p. 28.
3356. Reid, Calvin. "The Art of War: Comics Capture Combat and Its
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3357. Rodriguez ArbesU, Faustino. "Heroes de Papel Contra el Fascis-
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3358. Sanford, Jay A. "Don't Be Scared, It's Just a Comic Book." Gauntlet.
No. 14, 1997, pp. 95-107.
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Cleveland Plain Dealer. April 11, 2003.
3360. Secchi, Luciano. "Amerika.. .Amerika.. .." Eureka. June 1975, pp. 72-
73 .
168 Comic Books and Comic Strips through 2005

3361. Smith, Andrew. "Leading the Losers: The Group That Really Needed
Major Major." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 5, 2002, pp. 38-39.
3362. Thompson, Maggie. "The Real World." Comics Buyer 's Guide. June 21,
2002, p. 4.
3363. Yronwode, Catherine. "Guerra Perpetua" Historia de los Comics. No.
25, n.d., pp. 673-678.

Images, Portrayals
3364. Best, Mark T. "Male and Supermale: Constructions of Masculinity in
Superhero Comics of the 1950s." Paper presented at Popular Culture
Association, Chicago, 1L April 7, 1994.
3365. Goulart, Ron. "The Saint in Comics." Comics History Magazine. Winter
1997, pp. 15-17.
3366. Grauer, Neil A. "Cigars and the Comics." Cigar Aficionado. Summer
1995.
3367. Grauer, Neil A "Puff Piece." Inklings. Summer 1995, p. 5.
3368. Hatvey, R C. "Maturity in Comics." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 18,
2000, p. 27.
3369. Lindsey Donald B. and John Heeren "Where the Sacred Meets the
Profane: Religion in the Comic Pages." Review ofReligious Research,
Sept. 1992, pp. 63-77.
3370. Rothschild, Aviva. "Parents in Comics." Paper presented at Popular
Culture Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 25, 1996.
3371. Stromberg, Fredrik. The Comics Go to Hell: A Visual History of the
Devil in Comics. Seattle: Fantagraphics, 2005. 320 pp.
3372. Sullivan, Larry E. "From Obermenscb to Superman: The Cartooning of
Nietzsche." Paper presented at Popular Culture Association, San
Antonio, TIC, March 29, 1997.
3373 . Tondro, Jason "Camelot in Comics." Paper presented at Popular
Culture Association, Philadelphia, PA, April 12, 2000.

CRITICISM, REVIEWS
Criticism
3374. CwiIdik, Gregory. "What's Wrong with Comics Criticism, Anyway?"
Comics Joumal. July 2003, pp. 69-77.
3375. Groth, Gary. "A Bill of Goods, or 'Why the Death of Criticism Couldn't
Come at a Worse Time. ", Comics Journal. July 2003, pp. 59-62.
3376. '''I Don't Mean to Slag Everybody.'" Comics Journal. Dec. 1996, p. 6.
3377. Isabella, Tony. "Critiquing a Crossover." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan
2005, pp. 52-57.
3378. Isabella, Tony. "Critiquing Crossovers." Comics Buyer 's Guide. June
25, 1999, p. 26.
Comic Books 169

3379. Kreiner, Rich. "A Funnybook Aesthetics Primer, or 'How I Learned To


Stop Worrying and Love the Comics.'" Comics Journal. July 2003, pp.
63-66.
3380. Rodi, Robert. "Fondly Looking Sideways: The Boom in Faux
Nostalgia." Comics Journal. Dec. 1997, pp. 100-102.
3381. Rotfeld, Herbert. "On Criticism of Criticism of Criticism... the Point
Missed." Comic Times. Jan. 1981, p. 8.
3382. Simmons, Alex. "Of Mice and Mentors." Comics Buyer 's Guide. March
19, 1999, pp. 4, 10, 12.
. 3383. Smith, Andrew. "DIY EYKIWS." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 30, 2004,
pp.32-35.
3384. Witek, Joseph. "Comic Criticism in America: A Historical Overview."
Paper presented at Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, TX,
March 26,1997.

Reviews
DVD, Movie, Video
3385. "DVD Reviews." Comics Buyer's Guide. May 2005, p. 93; Aug. 2004,
pp.42-43; Sept. 2004,p. 38;etaL
3386. "Theatre Movies Video." Indy Magazine. No. 11, 1995, pp. 30-41.
(Bitchy Bitch Live!, Hooked on Comix, Mr. Punch, Seattle Laughs,
Action Girl Comics, Adventure Strip Digest, Arcana #1-2, Black Hole
#1, Chutney Point #2, Creed #2, The Crime Clinic # 1, Cyber! Cyber!
Cyber!, Drawn and Quarterly Vol. #2, Girltalk # 1, Hate #17, Hothead
Paisan #17, The Jam #8, Jar of Fools Part One, Killer Fly # 1, Last
Gasp Comix and Stories #2, Magic Whistle #5, No Fixed Abode: The
Squalids Book One, Northwest Cartoon Cookery, Palestine #8, Peep
Show # 7, Preacher # 1, Primitives Special # 1, Samson # 1/ 2, Self
Loathing Comics # 1, Stinz the Bobwar, Stray Bullets # 1, #2, Super Sonic
Soul Puddin Comics and Stories #1, THB #4, Tomato #2).
3387. "Video Reviews." Comics Buyer 's Guide. March 2005, p. 89; April
2005, pp. 94-95; et aI.

Books: Individual Titles


3388. Armstrong, David. "The Good the Bad, and the Ugly!" Fandom
Feature. Summer 1982, pp. 9-10.
3389. Brady, Matt and Mike Doran. "2001-2: The DC Odyssey Continues."
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3390. Brayshaw, Christopher. "Paradise Sucks." Comics Journal. Aug. 1997,
p.40.
3391. Calhoun, Pat S. "Far Out, Brilliant, & Wacky!" Comic Book
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3392. Chrislip, Broce. "Weird but Toon." Comics Journal. Oct. 1999, p. 47.
3393. "The Comic Book for the New Year." Comic News. No.1, 1982, pp. 3-
4.
3394. "Comics Oggi dall' Estero." II Fumetto. Sept. 1972, p. 91.
3395. Crippen, Tom. "Great Technique, Flimsy Material." Comics Journal.
Aug.-Sept. 2004, p. 65.
3396. Cwiklik, Gregory. "Paranormal Popularlity."Comics Journal. July 1999,
pp.34-36.
3397. "Dandy ReLaunch Draws Advance Ire." Comics Journal. Nov.-Dec.
2004, p. 45.
3398. Eales, Jay. "Monkey Magic!" Borderline. Aug. 2002, pp. 14-15.
3399. Eisenstein, Bernice. "The Riel Thing." Globe and Mail (Boston). Oct.
18, 2003, p. D 12.
3400. Evry, Ron. "The Revolution Will Not Be Editorialized." Comics
Journal. Oct. 1993, pp. 104-105.
3401. Evry, Ron. "Shades of Gray." Comics Journal. Aug. 1997, p. 110.
3402. Feller, Ian. "Independent Review." Comic Book Collector. Nov. 1993, p.
54.
3403. Ghan1>, Tim. "Something To Shoot For." Comic Effect. Summer 1994,
pp. 32-34.
3404. Grossman, Lev. "Singing a New Toon." Time. Aug. 25,2003, pp. 56-58.
3405. Haines, Lurene. "You Must, Must Get This Book." The Aspiring
Cartoonist. 1:3, p. 7.
3406. Hastings, Jonathan. "God Only Knows." Comics Journal. July 1999, p.
22.
3407. "Het Laatste Oordeel." ZozoLala. Feb./March 1997, pp. 14-15.
3408. Hick, Darren. "Simpwy Wuvvy." Comics Journal. July 1999, p. 20.
3409. "Ina Perfect World." Comic Culture. Feb. 1995, pp. 8-11.
3410. Isabelinho, Domingos. "Notes from a Defeatist." Comics Journal. Oct.
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3411. Kennedy, Robert. "Wallowing in It." Comics Journal. Sept. 1995, pp.
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3412. Kreiner, Rich "Raise High the Half-Filled Glass." Comics Journal. Jan.
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3413. Lock, Selina. "12 O'Clock Lock." Borderline. Oct. 2002, p. 36.
3414. McDonough, Dennis and Gene Kehoe. "Comic Book Report Card." It's
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3415. "Maine Cartoonists Feature President in New Comic Book." Editor and
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3416. Melby, Nate. "Indy Preview." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 19, 2004,
pp. 16-17.
3417. "Nieuwe Comic Uitgaven." Stripschrift. Oct. 1988, p. 28.
Comic Books 171

3418. Phillips, Gene. "In Like a Lion, Out Like Lamb." Comic Informer.
Sept.-Qct. 1982, p. 17.
3419. Phillips, Gene. "The Lions Den." Comic Informer. March-April 1982,
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3420. Prosch, Richie. "Back to the Moon." Comic Effect. Autumn 1994, p. 47.
3421. Relfin, Richard, et al. "In a Perfect World." Comic Culture. Aug. 1994,
pp.6-7.
3422. Reynolds, Eric. "Ink Genealogy." Comics Journal. July 1999, p. 21.
3423 . Roberts, Eric S. "Coprolite." Fandom sAgent. No. 4, 1968 (?), pp. 6-7.
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3425. Rosenberg, Scott. "The MOD Squad." Northern Virginia Journal. Nov.
10, 2004, pp. 22-23.
3426. Spurgeon, Tom. "Mysterioso." Comics Journal. Aug. 1997, p. 1l0.
3427. Spurgeon, Tom. "Slamming or Slumming? Kapow! Matches Poets with
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3428. Spurgeon, Tom. "'Where Are You Now?'" Comics Journal. Aug. 1997,
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3429. Thompson, Don and Maggie. "Unfamiliarity Breeds Stupidity." Comic
Fandom's Forum. Sept 1982, pp. 16-17.
3430. Van Willigen, Rein. "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah." Stripschrift. 30:4 (1997),
pp.20-21.
3431. Ward, Murray R "With a Kang, Not a Whimper." Collectors Dream.
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3432. "What's New." It's a Fanzine. Nov. 1985, pp. 4-5, 9.
3433. Wooley, Charles. "An Anlerican Mythology." The Harvard Journal of
Pictorial Fiction. Spring 1974, pp. 24-30.
Books: Multiple Titles
3434. Adams, C. "The Straight Dope." Triangle Comic Review. April 1991, p.
26.
3435. Anton, Henry. "The Comic Consumer." Inside Comics. Summer 1974,
pp. 32-39.
3436. Arlt, Martin. "Ten Landmark Comics in My Life." Comic Effect. Feb.-
March 2003, pp. 18-21.
3437. Arnold, Andrew D., et af. "Read This Comic." Comics Journal. Dec.
1997, pp. 15-64.
3438. Beltran, Marie G. "A Taste of the Seattle Comics Scene." Comic Effiet.
Spring 1995, pp. 30-32.
3439. Bickford, Pete. "Christmas Treats." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 4, 2002,
pp. 48-49.
3440. "Boeken." Stripschrift. 30:4 (1997), pp. 22-27; et aI.
3441. Boyd, Robert. "Mininlalism." Comics Journal. Nov. 1993, pp. 103-105.
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3442. Boyd, Robert. "The Old School." Comics Journal. Jan. 1996, pp. 30-34.
3443. "Bound for Glory Reviews." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 2004, pp. 78-
80, 82, 84, 86, 88; Jan. 2005, pp. 72-74,76,78, 80; Feb. 2005, pp. 68-
70, 72, 74-76; April 2005, pp. 82-88; May 2005, pp. 78-80, 82-84; June
2005, pp. 74-76, 78-80, et aJ.
3444. "Bound for Glory: Trade Paperback and Graphic Novel Reviews."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 2004, pp. 66-68, 70-72, 74; 76.
3445. Brady, Matt and Mike Doran. "2001: The DC Odyssey Continues."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. May II, 2001, p. 22-23.
3446. "Bullets." Comics Journal. Aug. 2002, pp. 52-53; Sept. 2002, pp. 34-35;
Oct. 2002, p. 45; Oct.-Nov. 2004, pp. 56-58; Jan.-Feb 2005, pp. 56-58;
April-May 2005, p. 71 ; et aJ.
3447. Campbell, Eddie. "A Life's Retrospective." Comics Journal. Aug.-Sept.
2004, pp. 56-60.
3448. Casey, Joe. "The Yesterday Quest" Comic Effect. Winter 1994, pp. 30-
32.
3449. Chritton, Kirk "Comics for Comics Creators." Comics Career
Newsletter. July 1990, pp. 18-19; Aug. 1990, pp. 15-16; Sept. 1990, p.
15.
3450. Clish, Stan. "Sounding Board" Comic Fandom Monthly. Sept. 1971, p.
23.
3451. Close, Carol. "Issues." Borderline. Dec. 2001, p. 15.
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55-56; et al.
3453. "The Comic Art Workshop." Fandom Feature. Summer 1982, p. 12.
3454. "Comic News." The Comic Times: Media Showcase. March 1981, pp.
59-72.
3455. "Comics." Boston Phoenix. July 7, 1995, p. 6.
3456. "Comics Almanack: Ade Brown's Picks from Diamond Previews."
Borderline. Aug. 2001, p. 53 .
3457. "Comics Buyer's Guide Reviews." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 2004,
pp. 68-72, 74, 76; Nov. 2004, pp. 52-54,56-58, 60, 62; Jan. 2005, pp.
58-62, 64; Feb. 2005, pp. 54-56, 58-60, 62, 65-66; March 2005, pp. 62-
64,66-68, 70, 72-73; April 2005, pp. 64-74; May 2005, pp. 64-66, 68-
70, 72-76; June 2005, pp. 62-64, 66, 68-70, 72.
3458. "Comics: The Best Comics of 1993." Big 0. Dec. 1993, p. 67.
3459. "The Comics Panel." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 1, 1999, p. 20.
3460. "Comixscene." Mediascene. March/April 1978, pp. 31-33; May-June
1978, pp. 31-33; July-Aug. 1980, pp. 67, 70-73; et al.
3461. "Critical Mass." Comic Book Artist. Oct. 2003, pp. 23-24.
3462. "DC News." Comic Times. July 1980, pp. 20-21.
3463. "Department of Information." FOOM Fall 1974, pp. 13-18; Spring
1978, pp. 22-23; Winter 1978, pp. 26-35; et af. (Marvel reviews).
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3464. Deppey, Dirk. "The 2003 Year in Review." Comics Journal. April 2004,
pp. 27-40. (Includes Leland Pwvis, Acme Novelty Datebook; Gary
Groth, Buddha Vols. 1-2; Gabriel Carras, Drawn & Quarterly Vol. 5;
Daniel Holloway, The Fixer; Larry Rodman, the Frank Book; Marl
Wood, Kramers Ergot 4; Rich Kreiner, Louis Riel; Sean T. Collins,
Mother Come Home; Tom Spurgeon, Palomar, Tim O'Neil, Persepolis;
Rich Kreiner, Quimby the Mouse; Dirk Deppey, The Ride Together; Dan
Holloway, Ripple)
3465. Doran, Michael and Matthew Brady. "Scouting Report." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 15, 1999, pp. 10-12.
3466. Dorf, Shel. "'Comics Between the Panels." PenstufJ. Jan. 1999, p. 7.
3467. Evanier, Mark "Critiques, Corrections, and Cola." Comics Buyer's
Guide. July 13, 2001, pp. 20,24.
3468. Evanier, Mark. "Teratology." Comic Fandom Monthly. Oct. 1971, pp. 6-
7; Nov. 1971, pp. 18-19,34.
3469. "Firing Line." Comics Journal. AprillMay 2005, pp. 49-69.
3470. "Firing Line - Bullets." Comics Journal. April 1998, pp. 36-39.
3471. "First Comics, Inc." Comic News. No. 1, 1982, p. 5.
3472. Fleener, Mary. "The (Relatively) Current Crop." Comics Journal. Sept.
2001, pp. 35-43.
3473 . "Four Epics, Four Graphic Novels and a Mini-Series from Marvel."
Comics Feature. March 1984, p. 6.
3474. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Retro-Views." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 30,
2001, pp. 28-29.
3475. "Good 01' Reliable Violence - Cartoon and Otherwise." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. July 2, 1999, p. 75.
3476. Hall, Mike. "Ten Comics That Changed My Life." Comic Effect. No.
35,2003, pp. 7-18.
3477. Hallberg, Henrik. "Pa Andra Sidan." BUd & Bubbla. No. I , 2001, pp.
66-67; No.4, 2001, PP. 22-23; No. 2, 2003, pp. 66-67; No. 1, 2004, pp.
52-53 ; et al.
3478. ''The Halloween Shelf." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct 31, 1997, p. 24.
3479. Harvey, R C. "Con-tributions." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 8, 1999, p.
48.
3480. Harvey, R C. "Rants & Raves." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 31, 1999,
p. 55.
3481. Harvey, R C. "Sidelong Glances." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 27,
1996, p. 40.
3482. Harvey, R C. "Weekend Wonders." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 24,
1997, p. 38.
3483 . Heer, Jeet. "In the FloydArchives." Comics Journal. June 2002, p. 43.
3484. Hignite, M. Todd. "Books That Are Interesting." Comic Art. No.4,
2003, pp. 78-79.
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3485. "Hit List." Comics Journal. Aug. 1994, pp. 118-119; Dec. 1994, pp.
127-127, et al.
3486. "The Holiday Shelf" Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 12, 1997, p. 60.
3487. Horton, Steve. "Best Comics You're Not Reading (Yet)!" Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 25, 2002, pp. 16-20.
3488. "Indy Reviews." Indy Magazine. No. 15, 1997, pp. 38-41. (Books from
Canada, England, U. S.: Ai' Interieur... des Tetes, Arcana #5-6, Artbabe
#5, Berlin # 1, The Comic Book Price Guide 1996/ 97, Deadly Nights #1,
Dregs #5, Friends ofthe Maxx #1, Ghost Ship #1, How To Sell at Shows
#1,1 #12, Magic Boy and the Robot Elf, Minotaur #2, Patty Cake #7,
R2D2 Is an Indie Rocker, Sheba #1, Si/lyDaddy #10, Strangers in
Paradise # JJ, Terminal City # 1-3, Vertigo Verite: Seven Miles a
Second, Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures in Color #1-5).
3489. "Indy Reviews." Indy Magazine. No. 18, 1997, pp. 38-39, 41, 43-44.
(Box Office Poison #4, Dork #4, Fever #1, Fleener #2, Flung 1-2, From
Hungary, Gardenback, Girlhero #6, Hate #26, How To Pick Up Girls If
You're a Comic Book Geek, James Kochalka Superstar #9, A Jew in
Communist Prague, Journey into Madness #1, Mister Blank, The Odd
Adventurezine #1, Optic Nerve #4, Paradise Sucks, Replacement God
#7, Silly Daddy #13, The Terrific Trio #3, Zero Zero #16).
3490. Isabella, Tony. "Collections and Secrets." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug.
23,2002, pp. 18-19.
3491. Isabella, Tony. "Continuing on with CrossGen." Comics Buyer's Guide.
July 12, 2002, pp. 20-21.
3492. Isabella, Tony. "Courtroom Corrections and Savage Salutes." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Oct 2002, pp. 16-17.
3493 . Isabella, Tony. "1,500 Reviews?!?" Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 16,
2002, pp. 18-19.
3494. Isabella, Tony. "From Brocolli to Bravo." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct.
8, 1999, p. 22.
3495. Isabella, Tony. "From 'Evil Eye' to 'FF Annual' #1: Tony Looks at It
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Donna Mia #1 of 4, Enigma, Galaxion #1, 1 Had a Dream #1-2,


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Ethnicity, Minorities, Racism, Women


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3700. Snyder, Donald. "It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's a Black Man: Issues of
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Characters
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Gay Culture
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Disabled
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3746. Weinberg, N. and R Santana. "Comic Books: Champions of the


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Jews
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Women
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Humanism, Social Consciousness, Relevancy


3855. Johnson, Evans. "Comic Books Make a Point." The World and I Jan.
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Health, Medicine
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3860. Furtwangler, Tom. "The Shadow Industry: Health Education Comics
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3864. Moss, Will. "Exploring Epilepsy Through Comics." Nashville City
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3871. Shutt, Craig. "Archie's DmgInfluence." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 19,
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3872. Smith, Andrew. "More Flame Mail on Smoking." Comics Buyer's
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3873. Smith, Andrew. "Puff, Puff, Pu1f, Puff, Po-More Readers Address the
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2001, pp. 40-41.
3874. Smith, Andrew. "A Smoking Issue." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 26,
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3875. Walter, Gary. "The Psychiatric Patient in American Cartoons, 1941-
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Political and Social Commentary


3876. Alpert, MaIk. "'The Comic Book Battleground of the Cold War." Paper
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3877. Baron...carvais, Annie. "Current Events and the Comics: Where Fiction
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9-11 Response
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Music
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EXHIBITIONS, FESTIVALS, AWARDS


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Eisner Awards
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Harvey Awards
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Ignatz Awards
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Mopee Awards
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Buscema, Roy Thomas, "Captain America," "Spiderman," Kung-Fu
comics, "Conan," and comics collecting.
Alternative Press Expo (APE)
4089. "Alternative Press E>..'PO Scheduled for February." Comics Journal. Dec.
1996, p. 30.
4090. Brownstein, Charles. "San Jose Goes APE Feb. 27 and 28." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Jan. 29,1999, pp. 26, 28.
4091. English, Austin. "A Mini Report from APE 2002." Comics Journal.
Feb. 2002, p. 21.
Comic Books 207

4092. English, August "Report from APE 2001." Comics Journal. April 2001,
pp.19-21.
4093. Fassbender, Tom. "Alternative Publishers, Fans Can Go to APE in
FebruaI)'." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 10, 1997, pp. 32, 34.
4094. Gill, Tatiana. "APE 2000: Days of Wine and Zines." Comics Journal.
March 2000, pp. 10-11.
4095. Glanzer, David "Going APE in San Francisco." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Feb. 15, 2002, p. 50.
4096. "Go APE at Alternative Press Expo 2000." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan.
28, 2000, 12 pp. supplement.
4097. Hetherington, Janet L. "APE IV Draws Largest Crowd Ever!" Indy
Magazine. No. 18,1997, pp. 7-9.
4098. Lanier, Chris. "Winners and Sinners at APE 2004." Comics Journal
MaylJune 2004, pp. 17-19.
4099. Lash, Batton. "'Why I Go APE.'" Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan 23, 1998,
p.38.
4100. MacDonald, Heidi. "APE Loot and Lore." Comics Buyer's Guide.
March 7, 2003, p. 10.
4101. McKenney, Craig. "APE Moves to San Francisco." Comics Journal.
Jan. 2000,p. 17.
4102. Manion, Lance. "Going APE with Thonen Vasquez." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Jan. 23,1998, p. 38.
4103 . Moore, Anne E. "Ape 2002 Marked by Heavy Attendance, Faltering
Sales, Bursting Bladders." Comics Journal. Feb. 2002, p. 20.
4104. Patton, Rhea. "APE/SPICE 2002!" Comics Journal. March 2003, p. 9.
4105. Raphael, Jordan and Gus Mastrapa. "Alternative Press Expo V." Comics
Journal. March 1998, p. 23.
4106. Ran, Zack. "Alternative Press Expo V: The APE Swings to San Jose in
FebruaI)'." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 23, 1998, p. 32.
4107. "2001 Alternative Press Expo Official Guide." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Feb. 16, 2001, 16 pp.
4108. Young, Larry. '''Getting To Do Exactly What You Want' - Mike Allred
on Independence." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 23, 1998, pp. 35-36.

Baltimore Comic-Con
4109. Schaenzer, Arnie Jo. "Baltimore Comic-Con Expands Again." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Oct. 2004, p. 218.
4110. Vaughn, 1. C. "Baltimore Comic-Con." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 20,
2000,p. l0.
Big Apple
4111 . "Big Apple Con Goes Monthly." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 20,1998,
p.l0.
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4112. "Big Apple Holds Third Annual National Expo Nov. 9-11." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Nov. 9, 2001, p. 56.
4113. "Chaos! And the Crow Go to Church, 1997 Big Apple Cornic Con
Report." Comics Buyer 's Guide. March 21, 1997, p. 10.
4114. "Cornics Festival Promoted in New York City." Cartoon World. Dec.
1996, p. 5.
4115. FrankenhotI, Brent "Big Apple Blossoms into National Cornic Book,
Art, and Toy Show." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct 22, 1999, p. 24.
4116. FrankenhotI, Brent "Big Apple Goes National Again Nov. 10-12."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 3,2000, p. 10.
4117. Patton, Marc. "Big Apple Deems Nov. 12-14 Con a Success." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Dec. 31, 1999, pp. 8-9.
4118. "Six Big Apple Cons Set for '97." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 31, 1997,
p.8.
Big Easy Comic-Con
4119. Isabella, Tony. "Tony's Tips!" Comics Buyer's Guide. May 19, 2000,
pp. 48, 52.
4120. Price, Roger A. "Big Easy Cornic-Con Returns to New Orleans."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 12, 2000, p. 20.
Chicago Comicon
4121. "Chicago Cornicon Opposes Cornic-Con International Trademark
Attempt" Comics Buyer 's Guide. Sept 27, 1996, p. 8.
4122. Cwiklik, Greg. "Chicago COrniCOD Report: A Rather Lackluster AtIair."
Comics Journal. Sept 1995, pp. 24-26.
4123. Cwiklik, Greg. "19th Annual Chicago Cornicon: A Personal View."
Comics Journal. Aug. 1994, pp. 36-38.
4124. "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Cornicon" Comics
Buyer's Guide. May 24, 1996, pp. 42, 52.
4125. Hagenauer, George. "Chicago Cornicon Art Auction Benefits Literacy
Chicago." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 24, 1996, p. 52.
4126. Melby, Nathan. "Crowds Claim Chicago." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug.
2,2002, pp. 1, 12, 16, 58.
4127. Mulder, Andries. "The Windy City Wingding." Indy Magazine. No. 14,
1996, pp. 10-11.
4128. "Wizard Magazine Buys Chicago Cornicon." Comics Journal. April
1997, p. 24.
Creation
4129. Creation 1974. Program Book, Creation 1974. New York: Trend
Communications, 1974. 32 pp.
Comic Books 209

4130. Pinaha, Bob. "Creation '71 No Turkey!!" Comic Fandom Monthly. Jan.
1972, pp. 4-7.

Dragon Con
4131. Cashman, Paul W. "After Its First Decade, Dragon Con/A.CE. Looks to
the Future." Comics Buyer's Guide. May 16, 1997, p. 46.
4132. Cashman, Paul W. "Dragon Con Moves to Atlanta Market Center in
'97." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 16, 1997, p. 42.
4133. Dean, Michael. "Dungeons and Dragon.Con." Comics Journal. Nov.
2000, pp. 9-10.
4134. "Dragon Con 1998." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 28,1998, pp. 26, 44.
4135. "Dragon Con Roars into Atlanta." Comics Buyer 's Guide. June 16,
2000, p. 78.
4136. Martin, Anya. "From 'Star Wars' to Stimpy." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
June 7, 1996, p. 60.
4137. "The 9th Annual Dragon Con." Comics Buyer 's Guide. June 23, 1995, p.
32.
4138. Pitman, Patrick. "Dragon Con/A.C.E ' 96 Had Something for Everyone."
Comics Buyer's Guide. May 16, 1997, p. 46.

EC Fan Addiction Convention


4139. Benson, John. "Between the Panels: The EC Convention, Continued."
Wonderworld. Nov. 1973, p. 14.
4140. Benson, John. 'The EC Fan Addict Convention." Graphic Story World.
Sept. 1972, p. 21.

Expo SPX (Small Press)


4141. Barnes, Derek. "Expo. SPX ' 99 - casting Its Own Shadow." Comics
Journal. Nov. 1999, pp. 21-22.
4142. Beaty, Bart. "SPX 1997 Report." Comics Journal. Oct. 1997, pp. 22-24.
4143. Campbell, T. "Alone in the Crowd: A Report from SPX ' 98." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Nov. 6,1998, p. 12.
4144. Cohen, Michael. "Retailers, Distributors, Small Press Publishers Meet at
SPX 97." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 28, 1997, pp. 6, 8.
4145. "The Comics Shelf: SPX '99: The Comic Offers Samples." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Sept. 24, 1999, p. 12.
4146. "Convention Report." Busted! Sept. 2000, pp. 1O-11.
4147. Daly, Sean. "Only the Lonely Can Play: Silver Spring's Small Press
Expo '97 Brings the Areas Top Underground Cartoonists Out of the
Darkness." Washington City Paper. Sept. 26, 1997, pp. 33-34.
4148. Dean, Michael. "SPXlICAF Cancelled in Wake of Terrorist Attacks on
New York and Washington, DC." Comics Journal. Oct. 2001, p. 100.
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4149. Dean, Michael. "SPX Suffers Identity Crisis." Comics Journal. March
2003, pp. 11-16.
4150. "Expo 2000 Official Guide." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Sept 15, 2000, pp.
1-16.
4151. "The Expo 2001 Official Program Guide." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Sept.
14, 2001, pp. 31-54.
4152. Hammarlund, Ola "SPX03 ." BUd & BuMla. No.2, 2003, p. 90.
4153. Hammarlund, Ola "SPX 2004." BUd & Bubbla. No. 1, 2004, p. 63.
4154. Heoo, Rich. " Small Press Expo (SPX) '98." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Sept. 18, 1998, p. 24.
4155. Little, Jason. "New York: Impromptu SP-Xiles Event Raises Funds for
Charity." Comics Journal. Oct. 2001, p. 101.
4156. McEIhatton, Greg. "The Expo 2000 Launches Series, Issues, Careers."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept 15,2000, pp. 4-5.
4157. Miller, John 1. "Expo: SPX '99." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 29,1999,
pp.34-37.
4158. Miller, John 1. "Floyd Fails To Dampen the Expo/SPX '99." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Oct 15,1999, p. 12.
4159. Nelson, Carl. "Controversial Changes in the Offing as SPX Holds Final
Bathesda Show." Comics Journal. Nov. 2002, pp. 13-17.
4160. " 1998 Small Press Expo (SPX)." Comics Forum. Autumn 1998, p. 7.
4161. Panas, Christian. "The Expo: An International Affair." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Sept 15, 2000, p. 2.
4162. Rodman, Larry. "SPX Realigned with ICAF and Extra-Politicized in
2004." Comics Journal. NOv.-Dec. 2004, p. 42.
4163. Skokna, Christopher. "Welcome to the Expo 2000!" Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Sept 15, 2000, p. 2.
4164. " Small Press Expo Initiates First Festival Prize for Comic Books: Ignatz
Award." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Sept 12, 1997, p. 8.
4165. "Small Press Expo '99." Fullbleed. Summer 1999, pp. 24-27.
4166. "Small Press Fans Go Ape Over Success of Latest Convention." Comics
Journal. March 1997, p. 23.
4167. Spurgeon, Tom. "SPX ' 98: Over the Hump." Comics Journal. Nov.
1998, pp. 23-27.
4168. "SPX 2002." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Sept 6, 2002, 16 pp. Supplement.
4169. "Welcome to SPX 2003." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Sept. 5, 2003. Special
insert
4170. "You Must Attend Spx." ComicsJournal. Aug. 1997, p. 32.

Heroes Con
4171. Alexander, Trey. "Heroes Convention Brings Heroes to Charlotte for 15
Years." Comics Buyer's Guide. June 7,1996, pp. 66, 74.
Comic Books 211

4172. Brady, Matt. "Fans Flocked on Father's Day Weekend to Heroes Con."
Comics Buyer's Guide. July 23,1999, p. 10.
4173. Campbell, T. "Patriot Games: Heroes Con '98." Comics Buyer's Guide.
July 31, 1998, pp. 10, 12.
4174. David, Peter. "But I Digress." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 11, 1997, pp.
82,80.
4175. Drum, Shelton. "Heroes Convention, Charlotte." Comics Buyer's Guide.
June 8, 2001, pp. 20-21.
4176. "Heroes Con #16 Is June 13-15." Comics Buyer's Guide. May 2, 1997,
pp. 30, 32.
4177. "Heroes Con Turns 20." Comics Buyer's Guide. June 14,2002, p. 52.
4178. "Heroes Convention, Charlotte." Comics Buyer's Guide. June 2, 2000,
p.38.
4179. Irving, Chris. "Gorillas Galore at Heroes Con." Comics Buyer's Guide.
J\ug.4,2oo0,pp. 10, 12.
ICAF (International Comic Arts Festival)
4180. "J\n Introduction to the International Comic Ms Festival." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Sept. 15,2000, pp. 6-7.
4181. Rodman, Larry and Michael Rhode. "ICAF 2002: Subjective
Impressions from a Jam-Packed Weekend." Comics Journal. Nov. 2002,
pp.18-20.
MegaCon
4182. Brady, Matt. "Stan Lee, CrossGen Celebrate at MegaCon." Comics
Buyer's Guide. May 5, 2000, pp. 10,12.
4183. Breitbeil, James. "Five Years and Growing." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Feb. 19, 1999,p.24.
4184. David, Peter. "Memories of MegaCon." Comics Buyer's Guide. J\pril6,
2001, p. 60.
4185. David, Peter. "More Memories of MegaCon." Comics Buyer's Guide.
J\pril13, 2001, p. 58.
4186. Frankenhoff, Brent. "ACTOR Raises $50,000 at MegaCon." Comics
Buyer's Guide. March 22, 2002, p. 38.
4187. Frankenhoff, Brent. "MegaCon Kicks Off Convention Season Feb. 22-
24." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 22, 2002, p. 56.
4188. Frankenhoff, Brent. "MegaCon '99 Attracts Fans of Many Genres."
Comics Buyer's Guide. April 2, 1999, pp. 10, 12.
4189. Kingsley, Joe. "More from MegaCon: The Organizers Speak." Comics
Buyer's Guide. May 8, 1998, p. 10.
4190. Mason, Jeff. "Comics Sales Trumped by Toys at MegaCon. Comics
Buyer's Guide. J\priI17, 1998, p. 25.
4191. "MegaCon." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 10, 2000, p. 22.
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4192. "MegaCon." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 2, 2001, p. 26.


4193. "MegaCon '98 Expands Gaming, Animation Features." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Feb. 27, 1998, p. 54.
4194. Mellette, Paul. "Megareport on a Megacon." Indy Magazine . No. 11,
1995, p. 26.
4195. O'Neill, Patrick D. "MegaCon '98." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct 23,
1998, p. 10.
4196. Thompson, Maggie. "Attendance Doubles at MegaCon" Comics
Buyer 's Guide. March 22, 2002, p. 12.
Metro Comicon
4197. Program. Metro Cornicon., Arlington, Virginia, Aug. 22, 23, 1970.
Springfield, VA: Gary Groth, 1970. (Fanzine Covers, Sal Buscema,
Neal Adams, Metro Cornicon Progress Report, Berni Wrightson, Mike
Kaluta, Kabush).
4198. Program. Metro Cornicon. Washington, D.C., Aug. 14-15, 1971,
Springfield, VA: Gary Groth, 1971. (Frank Frazetta, Ted White,
Fantucchio).
Mid-Ohio Con
4199. Allstetter, Rob. "Mid-Qhio-Con 1999 Marks 20 Years of Successful
Shows." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 14,2000, p. 10.
4200. Byrne, John. "Mid-Qhio Con: It's Friendly." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Oct. 17, 1997, p. 60.
4201. "Creators Spend Thanksgiving at Mid-ohio-Con." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Dec. 5,1997, p. 8.
4202. Ingersoll, Bob. "Mid-Qhio Con: It's Fun" Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct.
17, 1997, p. 40.
4203. Isabella, Tony. "Memories of Mid-Qhio-Con." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Jan. 1, 1999, p. 24.
4204. Isabella, Tony. "Mid-Qhio: An Unpaid Endorsement" Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Nov. 23, 2001, pp. 58-59.
4205. "Mid-Qhio Con: It Marks 18 Years Nov. 29 and 30." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Oct 17, 1997, p. 40.
4206. Mulder, Andries. "Mid Ohio Con." Indy Magazine. No. 11, 1995, pp.
12-13.
4207. Nelson, George. "Mid-Qhio-Con Move Proves Successful." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Jan. 5, 2001, p. 37.
4208. Nelson, George. "Mid-Qhio-Con 2001: A Report From the Floor."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 21, 2001,p. 52.
4209. Price, Roger. "At the End of Its Teens: Mid-Qhio-Con Celebrates 19
Years." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 23,1998, p. 28.
Comic Books 213

4210. Price, Roger. "Mid-Qhio-Con." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 17, 2000,
pp. 40-41.
4211. Price, Roger. "Mid-Qhio-Con Offers Post-Thanksgiving Fun." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Nov. 23, 2001, p. 56.
4212. Price, Roger. "Pros Will Attend Mid-Qhio Con." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Nov. 22, 1996, p. 70.
4213. Silver, Brnd "Mid-Qhio Con Celebrntes 20 th Anniversary." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 5, 1999, P 26.
4214. Smith, Beau. "Mid-Qhio-Con: From the Hanger to High Street." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Nov. 22, 1996, p. 70.

MoCCA Festival
4215. MacDonald, Heidi. "Creme de MoCCA." Comics Buyer 's Guide. July
25, 2003, p. 10.
4216. "MoCCA Festival Turns Three." Comics Journal. Aug.-Sept. 2004, pp.
38-39.

Motor City Comic Con


4217. Bishop, Gary. "Celebrate a Dozen Years of Motor City Comic Cons."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 11 , 2001, pp. 24-25.
4218. Bishop, Gary. "The Motor City Comic Con Rolls into Its Second
Decade." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 5, 2000, p. 24.
4219. Bishop, Gary. "Ten Years of Motor City Comic Cons." Comics Buyer's
Guide. April 23, 1999, pp. 38-39.
4220. "The Comics Panel." Comics Buyer 's Guide. June 18, 1999, p. 36.
4221. Davis, Michael. "Michael Davis, Motown, the 1995 CBG Fan Awards,
and Beyond." Comics Buyer's Guide. June 16, 1995, p. 92.
4222. "Don Thompson Awards Presented at Motor City Comic Can." Comics
Buyer's Guide. May 3, 1996, p. 66.
4223. Franchesco. "Why I Attended the Motor City Comic Con." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. March 8, 1996, p. 38.
4224. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Motor City Combines Comics and Media Fans for
10th Year." Comics Buyer 's Guide. June 18, 1999, p. 22.
4225. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Motor City Comic Can Is March 21-23." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 14,1997, p. 32.
4226. Frankenhoff, Brent "Motor City Comic Con. Postshow Roundup."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. June 19, 1998, pp. 8, 10.
4227. "Galaxy Graphix Unleashes Its Heroes at Motor City Comic Con."
Comics Buyer's Guide. May 5, 2000, pp. 49, 55.
4228. Isabella, Tony. "Tony's Tips." Comics Buyer 's Guide. June 18, 1999, p.
37.
4229. Johnson, Jim. "Multi-Media Converges on Motor City." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. June 14, 2002, p. 54.
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4230. "Motor City Comic Con Rocks Detroit May 15-17." Comics Buyer's
Guide. April 17, 1998, pp. 56,62.
4231. "Motor City Madness: Unconventional Con Launches Show Season."
Comics Buyer's Guide. May 23, 1997, p. 72.
4232. Ottaviani, Jim. "Motor City Convention, March 21-23." Comics
Journal. April 1997, p. 25.
4233. Quinn, David "Motor City Comic Con Is Fan-Friendly." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Feb. 14,1997, p. 32.
New York Comic Art Convention
4234. Burns, Jim. "The Costumers." In 1977 Comic Art Convention. Special
Tenth Anniversary Edition, pp. 82-85. Brooklyn, New York: Phil
Seuling, 1977.
4235. lvie, Lany. "Comicon '64, A Report by Lany lvie." Comic Art. Oct.
1964.
4236. "1974 New York Comic Art Convention." Media Five. Jan.-Feb. 1975,
pp.24-25.
4237. 1974 New York Comic Art Convention Program Book. Brooklyn, NY:
Phil Seuling, 1974. % pp.
4238. "1977 Comic Art Convention." Special Tenth Anniversary Edition.
Brooklyn, NY: Phil Seuling, 1977.96 pp.
4239. Pascal, David. "Premiere Exposition de Bandes Dessinees a New York
18 Avril-2 Mai 1971." Phenix. No. 17, 1971, pp. 22-23.
4240. Pascal, David. "2e Reunion de l' A C.B. A. New York." Phenix. No. 17,
1971, pp. 24-25.
4241. Perrin, Steve. "Con Within a Con." The Comic Reader. Oct. 1%4.
4242. Seuling, Phil. "Introduction." In 1977 Comic Art Convention. Special
Tenth Anniversary Edition, pp. 5-7. Brooklyn, New York: Phil Seuling,
1977.
4243. Seuling, Phil. "1972 Comic Art Convention Luncheon." The Jack Kirby
Collector. Jan. 1996, pp. 12-16.
4244. Vizcarrando, Paul. "Report on the First Annual New York Comicon."
The Comic Reader. Aug. 1964.
4245. Wilson, Bill G. "The 1969 NY Comic Art Convention Report." The
Collector. No. 16,1969.

Ohio State University Festival of Cartoon Art


4246. Harvey, R. C. "Comicopia" Comics Journal. Jan. 1996, pp. 115-116.
4247. Kannenberg, Gene, Jr. '''One-of-a-Kind' The Ohio State University
Festival of Cartoon Art: October 9-10,1998. A Personal View." Comics
Journal. Dec. 1998, pp. 9-14.
4248. "Universal Donates $50 K to Cartoon Festival." Comics Journal. Dec.
1994, p. 37.
Comic Books 215

Pittsburgh Comicon
4249. David, Peter. "Reports from the Pittsburgh Con." Comics Buyer's
Guide. May 26, 2000, p. 58.
4250. Howard, Roger. "Pittsburgh Comicon Marks Its Fifth Year." Comics
Buyer's Guide. April 10, 1998, p. 36.
4251. Nelson, George. "Pittsburgh Comicon Raises $26,000 for Charity."
Comics Buyer's Guide. June 30, 2000, p. 12.
4252. Nelson, George. "Pittsburgh Comicon: An Evaluation of 2001, Planning
for 2002." Comics Buyer's Guide. June 1, 2000, p. 8.
4253. "1997 Pittsburgh Comicon Signs Promotional Deal with McDonalds."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 6, 1996, p. 10.
4254. Patten, Marc. "Attendance up at Pittsburgh Comicon." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. May 29, 1998, p. 12.
4255. "Pile into Pittsburgh for the Pittsburgh Comicon." Comics Buyer's
Guide. April 9, 1999, p. 44.
4256. Pittsburgh Comicon. April Jtfh, JI/h, & 2rf' 1997. Pittsburgh PA:
Pittsburgh Comicon, 1997.64 pp.
4257. "Pittsburgh Comicon Is April 18-20." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 18,
1997, p. 58.
4258. "Pittsburgh Con Offers Harvey Awards Event." Comics Buyer's Guide.
April 7, 2000, pp. 10, 12.
Pro/Con
4259. "Over 150 Professionals Gather at Pro/Con 2." Comics Journal. May
1994, p. 30.
4260. "Pro/Con Brings Comics Pros Together." Comics Buyer 's Guide. March
28, 1997, p. 60.
4261. Reynolds, Eric. "Pro/Con 3 Survives TUIbulent Times." Comics
Journal. May 1995, pp. 22-23.
San Diego Comic-Con International
4262. "The Air-Conditioned Comic Fair: or Beer and Schmoozing in San
Diego." Comics Forum. Autumn 1998, p. 6.
4263. Andreoli, Richard. "Something for Everyone in San Diego." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Aug. 2, 2002, p. 66.
4264. Baisley, Sarah. "Comic-Con International 2003 Report." Animation
Report. Aug. 2003, pp. 60-66.
4265. Bowles, Scott. "Comic-Book Convention Has Starring Role in Films."
USA Today. July 17, 2003.
4266. Chan, Darlene. "Cool Comic-Con 2002." Animation World Oct. 2002,
pp. 47-50.
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4267. "Comic-Con International Says It Will Not Restrict Use of Comic-


Con. "'Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 4, 1996, p. 8.
4268. "Comic-Con International: The Big Picture." Comics Buyer's Guide.
July 3, 1998, p. 32.
4269. "Conference Is in Conjunction with San Diego Con." Comics Buyer's
Guide. May 17, 1996, p. 8.
4270. David, Peter. "Day by Day in San Diego." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov.
2004, pp. 238-241.
4271. Dean, Michael. "Big Deal. Hollywood Players Descend on Evolving
San Diego Comic-Con." Comics Journal. Oct. 1999, pp. 23-24.
4272. Dean, Michael. "The San Diego Comic-Con International from Panel to
Panel." Comics Journal. Oct 2002, p. 18.
4273. Dean, Michael. "San Diego Comic-Con International 2002 from A to
E." Comics Journal. Sept 2002, pp. 21-22.
4274. Dean, Michael. "Web Dominates Comic Book Expo." Comics Journal.
Oct. 1999, p. 25.
4275. Dean, Michael. "Wife of Green Lantern Creator Ejected from
Hospitality Suite." Comics Journal. Sept. 2000, pp. 9-12.
4276. Dean, Michael and Sarah Levine. "San Diego Comic-Con 2000."
Comics Journal. Aug. 2000, pp. 21-23.
4277. English, Austin. "New Cartoon Worlds To Conquer." Comics Journal.
Aug. 2000, p. 28.
4278. Evanier, Mark. "The Amazing, 35-Year-Old Comic-Con." Variety. July
19-25,2004, pp. AI, A8.
4279. Evanier, Mark. "Point of View." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 5, 1996,
pp. 44, 50; Sept 6, 1996, pp. 30-31; Aug. 2, 1998, pp. 42, 45; Oct. 2,
1998, pp. 24, 60; Oct. 6, 1999, pp. 28, 34; July 14, 2000, pp. 28-29;
Aug. 25, 2000, pp. 44-45.
4280. Evanier, Mark. "A Terrific Time in San Diego." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Aug. 24,2001, pp. 40-41.
4281. Fingeroth, Danny. "Comic-Con 2001: A Pro's Eye View." Animation
World. Sept. 2001, pp. 28-29.
4282. Fischer, Craig. "International Comic Arts Festival Draws International
Creators, Theorists." Comics Journal. Nov.-Dec. 2004, pp. 41-42.
4283. Gilman, Michael. "San Diego Con Has New Name for 27th. Show."
Comics Buyer's Guide. May 31, 1996, pp. 60, 62, 70.
4284. Glanzer, David. "Comic-Con International 2001 Opens with a Preview
Night." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 6, 2001, p. 20.
4285. Greenholdt, Joyce. "Origins Attendance Stable for '98 Show." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Aug. 7, 1998, p. 8.
4286. Gunstone, Kevin. "The Road to Mecca." Borderline. Sept. 2002, pp.
30-32.
Comic Books 217

4287. Harvey, R C. "Panel Round-up." Comics Journal. Aug. 2000, pp. 23-
24.
4288. Hick, Darnen. "PROCON: Print Journalists vs. Net Journalists." Comics
Journal. Oct. 1999, p. 24.
4289. Kasbtan, Aaron. "King Comic-Con '04." Comic Book Artist. 2:4 (2004),
pp. 26, 48.
4290. Lindkvist, Karl-Erik. "San Diegos Seriemassa." Bild & Bubbla. No. 3,
1996, pp. 1O-11.
4291. Lowry, Brian. "Autograph Seekers Keep Celebrity Alive." Variety. Aug.
2-8, 2004,pp. 16, 18.
4292. MacDonald, Heidi. "I Survived San Diego 2002 and All 1 Got Was This
Lousy Con Report. " Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 6, 2002, p. 10.
4293. Metzger, Kim "T. Rex's San Diego Diary." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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4309. " San Diego Celebrates 35 Years." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 2004,
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WizardWorid
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4329. Dean, Michael. "Wizard World 2002." Comics Journal. Sept. 2002, pp.
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WonderCon
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4349. Field, Joe. "WonderCon: A Look Back." Comics Buyer's Guide. April
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4432. Shutt, Craig. "This Man, this Metamorpho." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
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4469. Stangroom, Howard "Big Bang Comics. The 'Zirconium Age' Is


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4560. Mitchell, Steven E. "Dangerous Ground: Forming the Committee."


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4562. Mitchell, Steven E. "Dangerous Remedy: Blood-and-Thunder Comics."
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4565. Mitchell, Steven E. "Dangerous Remedy: A Moral Break-down of the
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4568. Mitchell, Steven E. "Devious Paths, Part One: Revisiting the National
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4569. Mitchell, Steven E. "Devious Paths, Part 2: The Crime Committee
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4575. Mitchell, Steven E. "Slaughter of the Innocents." Comics Buyer 's
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4644. Shutt, Craig. "Ask Mr Silver Age: Rick Blabs to Betty." Comics Buyer 's
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4645. Shutt, Craig. "AvengerslDefenders Crossover Mania!" Comics Buyer 's
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4650. Shutt, Craig. "Hunting for Cameos and Narrators." Comics Buyer's
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4651. Shutt, Craig. "Karl Busiek's Top 10." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 15,
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4654. Shutt, Craig. "Mr. Mxyzptlk Mail." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 5,
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4660. Shutt, Craig. "Mr. Silver Age's Summertime Memories." Comics
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4664. Shutt, Craig. "Return to the Silver Age Pet Shop." Comics Buyer's
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4667. Shutt, Craig. "September's Silver Age Goodness." Comics Buyer's
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4669. Shutt, Craig. "Silver Age Memories." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 7,
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4670. Shutt, Craig. "Silver-Age Party Poopers." Comics Buyer's Guide. July
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4674. Shutt, Craig. "Superboy's Super-Menagerie." Comics Buyer's Guide.
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4675. Shutt, Craig. "The Fly Meets Fly Girl!" Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 21,
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4676. Shutt, Craig. "The ' Greatest' Silver Age Team-ups." Comics Buyer's
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4680. Shutt, Craig. "The Most Reprinted Silver Age Stories." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Oct 23, 2003, pp. 32-33.
4681. Shutt, Craig. "The Most Reprinted Silver Age Stories of Them All!"
Comics Buyer's Guide. June 13, 2003, pp. 30-31.
4682. Shutt., Craig. ''The 1997 Mr. Silver Age Trivia Challenge." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Oct 24,1997, pp. 94-96.
4683 . Shutt, Craig. "The 1999 Mopee Awards!" Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec.
1999, pp. 40-42.
4684. Shutt, Craig. "The 1999 Mr. Silver Age Trivia Challenge." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Oct 29, 1999, pp. 74-77.
4685. Shutt., Craig. "The Rogues Team Up." Comics Buyer 's Guide. April 19,
2002, p.4O.
4686. Shutt, Craig. "The Silver Age Theory of Relativity: A Quiz." Comics
Buyer's Guide. June 13, 1997, pp. 82, 84.
4687. Shutt, Craig. "The 2000 Mr. Silver Age Trivia Challenge." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Sept 15, 2000, pp. 36-38.
4688. Shutt, Craig. "The 2001 Mr. Silver Age Trivia Challenge." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 9,2001 , pp. 22-26.
4689. Shutt, Craig. "The 2002 ProIFan Silver Age Trivia Quiz, Part !!"
Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 25, 2002, pp. 32-33 .
4690. Shutt, Craig. "The 2002 ProlFan Silver Age Trivia Quiz, Part 2!"
Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 1, 2002, pp. 26-28.
4691. Shutt, Craig. "The Winged(less) Wonders." Comics Buyer's Guide. May
23, 1997, p. 46.
. 4692. Shutt., Craig. "Three Key Silver Age Origins!" Comics Buyer's Guide.
June 9, 2000, pp. 44-45.
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4693. Shutt, Craig. "Twa and Ra-Man: Dead As They Want To Be." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Oct 16,1998, pp. 84-85.
4694. Shutt, Craig. "Unsticking the Mail Chute." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept.
19,2003, pp. 30-31.
4695. Shutt, Craig. "Watching the Watcher." Comics Buyer's Guide. March
24, 2000, p. 57.
4696. Shutt, Craig. "Wham-Q's Giant of a Comic." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Sept. 26, 1997,pp. 63-65.
4697. Shutt, Craig. "When Bany Allen Was Too Fast." Comics Buyer's
Guide. May 23, 1997, p. 46.
4698. Shutt, Craig. "When Was the Silver Age?" Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec.
10, 1999, pp. 44-45.
4699. "Silver '60s Section." Dr. Wonder. Fall 1997, p. 19.
4700. Smith, Andrew. "Social Relevance 30 Years Removed." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Oct 3, 2003, pp. 34-35.
4701. Thompson, Maggie. "It's All a Matter of Character." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Nov. 12, 1999, p. 4.
4702. Thompson, Maggie. "The Silver Age for Kids." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Jan. 24, 2003, p. 4.
4703 . Van Rise, James. "Silver Age Before Tales for the Crypt." Comics
Feature. Feb. 1987, pp. 44-49.
4704. Van Rise, James. "Silver Age Before Weird Fantasty." Comics Feature.
Aug. 1986, pp. 48-54.
BroDzeAge
4705. Drewes, Jac. "Vijftig Jaar Comic-Books. Het Begin van Het Bronzen
Tijdperk?" Stripschrift. No. 173, 1983, pp. 16-19.
4706. Kaplan, Arie. "Kings of Comics: How Jews Transformed the Comic
Book IndustIy. Part ill: The Bronze Age (1979-). Refonn Judaism .
Spring 2004, pp. 12-16,44, 94-95.
4707. Murray, Will. "Silver Age: ACG Costumed Heroes." Comics Feature
Jan. 1987, pp. 50-54.
4708. Shutt, Craig. "Bronze Age Fans Respond." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct.
11, 2002, p. 36.
4709. Shutt, Craig. "Bronze Age Fans Strike Back Again!" Comics Buyer's
Guide. April II, 2003, pp. 34-35.
4710. Shutt, Craig. "More Bronze Age Voices." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug.
8, 2003, pp. 32-33.
4711. Shutt, Craig. "More From Bronze Age Readers." Comics Buyer's Guide.
April 4, 2003, pp. 30-31.
4712. Shutt, Craig. "1968: The Good, the Great, and the Goofy. Part 2."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 30, 1994, p. 56, 60.
Comic Books 239

4713. Shutt, Craig. "Stopping the Bronze Age." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct.
18, 2002, pp. 64-65.
4714. Shutt, Craig. "What Follows The Bronze Age?" Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Dec. 13, 2002, pp. 30-31.
4715. Shutt, Craig. "When Was the Bronze Age?" Comics Buyer 's Guide. July
26, 2002, pp. 38-41.
4716. Surridge, Matthew. "Age of Bronze, by Eric Shanower." Comics
Journal. April 2002, p. 70.
4717. Thompson, Don and Maggie. " 1968, the Year and the Comics." Comics
Feature. Feb. 1982, pp. 47-49.
4718. Thompson. Don and Maggie. " 1969 Continues." Comics Feature. Oct.
1982, pp. 54-55.

Genres, Titles
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4721. Andrews, Graham. "Ron Goulart's Challengers of the Unknown."
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4723. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Make Mine Metallo!" Comics Buyer 's Guide.
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4732. Nolan, Michelle. "The First Manhunter from Mars." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. June 13, 2003, p. 26.
4733. Nolan, Michelle. "Why Capt. Video Comics Didn't Fly." Comic Book
Artist. Jan. 2002, pp. 13-14.
4734. Shutt, Craig. "The Ancient One's Origin." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug.
27, 1999, p. 47.
4735. Shutt, Craig. "Black Canary Joins The JLA." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Feb. 26, 1999, pp. 39-40.
4736. Shutt, Craig. "The Earth-l Hawkman Quiz." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
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4737. Shutt, Craig. "The Flash Meets The Speed Force." Comics Buyer's
Guide. March 26,1999, p. 51.
4738. Shutt, Craig. "Melvin (the Not-So-Scary) Monster." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Oct. 31, 2003, pp. 30-31.
4739. Smith, Andrew. "Corrections and Kudos for the Captain." Comics
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4740. Smith, Andrew. "With a Heavy Heart." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 19,
2003, pp. 18-19.
4741. Wells, John. "Hey, This Looks Familiar! A Guide to Reprints from The
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50.
4742. Wilson, Mark. "Shirley's Copy of Famous Funnies." Comic Book
Marketplace. July 1995, p. 80.
Genres
4743. Abramowitz, Jack. "All the Fine Young Superboys." Comics Buyer's
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4744. Brick, Scott. "Hard-Luck Heroes." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 15,
1999, p. 38.
4745. Ellis, Mark. "The Never-Ending Super Hero Cycle." Four Color
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4746. Feiffer, Jules. "The Great Comic Book Heroes." Comics Journal. Dec.
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4747. Gertler, Nat "Kiddie Komics ' Komeback!" Hogan's Alley. Fall 1994,
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4748. Harrison, Harry. Great Balls ofFire! London: Pierro!, 1977. 118 pp.
4749. Hatfield, Charles. "The Best Medicine: Humor in Three Recent
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4752. Kidson, Mike. "Still Mighty After All These Years?" Borderline. Oct.
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4753. Lasky, David. "A Secret History of Mini-Comics." Presentation at
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4754. Lustig, John. "Romance Goofy Enough To Be Good." Comics Buyer 's
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4755. " 1942 Superman Novel Back in Print." ComicsJournal. March 1995, p.
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4756. Nolan, Michelle. "Quality's Quality Romance!" Comic Book
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4757. Shutt, Craig. "Death and Howlers: A Quiz." Comics Buyer's Guide.
May 30, 1997, pp. 30, 32.
4758. Shutt, Craig. "Silver Age Superman: Everything You Know Is Wrong."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 16, 1998, pp. 98-99.
4759. Stedman, Raymond W. The Serials: Suspense and Drama by
Installment. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1971. 514 pp.
4760. Ward, Murray R. "The SuperTeam Spirit: DC's Super Teams of the
1960s." Comics Feature . Aug. 1982, pp. 92-97.
4761. Ward, Murray R. "The SuperTeam Spirit: Super-Teams of the 1960's.
The Other Companies' Super-Teams." Comics Feature. Oct. 1982, pp.
70-76.

DC
4762. Barr, Mike W. "The Madames and the Girls: The DC Writers Purge of
1968." Comic Book Artist. Summer 1999, pp. 12-17.
4763 . Brady, Matt and Michael Doran. "DC Revisits the Silver Age in May."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 4, 2000, pp. 6, 8, 10.
4764. Cooke, Jon B. "The Daring & the Different: Celebrating DC Comics,
1967-1974." Comic BookArtist. Spring 1998, p. 5.
4765. "DC's Silver Age Reunion." Comics International. June 1999, p. 14.
4766. Isabella, Tony. "Shining a Light on DC's Golden Age." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. July 16, 1999, pp. 54-55.
4767. Kingman, Jim. "A Brief Publishing History of DC Comics' Adaptation
of ' Carson of Venus.'" Comic Effect. Summer 2002, p. 49.
4768. "Me Am Weird: A Few Favorite Wacked-Qut DC Comic Book
Adventures of the '60s." Comic Book Heaven. May 1995, pp. 4-6.
4769. "Me Am Weird: Another Look at Wacked-out DC Comic Books of the
Past!!!" Comic Book Heaven. July 1995, pp. 8-12.
4770. Morrissey, Rich. "The Silver Age of DC." Comics Feature. May 1980,
pp. 32-36.
4771. Schutt, Geoffrey. "1943 : A Moment in the Early Peak of D.C.'s
Publishing Machine." Media Sight. Fall 1983, pp. 19-21.
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4772. Shutt, Craig. "At DC, First Came Love, Then (Sometimes) Came... ."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. July 1, 1994, pp. 54. 60.
4773. Shutt, Craig. "At DC, First Came Love, Then (Sometimes) Came...Part
Two." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 29, 1994, pp. 26, 28, 32.
4774. Shutt, Craig. "DC Heroes Go Back to Schoo!." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Sept. 13, 2002, pp. 34-35.
4775. Shutt, Craig. "DC' s Top 10 Silver Age Moments." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Nov. 2004, pp. 94-96, 98-100.
4776. Shutt, Craig. "More DC Moments." Comics Buyer 's Guide. April 2005,
pp. 106-108.
4777. Wells, John. '''Lost' DC: The DC Implosion." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Oct. 24, 1997, pp. 130-134.
4778. Wells, John. " 'Lost' DC: Gold and Silver." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct.
24, 1997, pp. 120-122.
4779. Wells, John. "'Lost' DC: 1971-1975." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 24,
1997, pp. 124-125.
4780. Wells, John. '''Lost' DC: 1976-1980." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 24,
1997, pp. 126-129.

EC
4781. Brislin, Tom. "EXTRA! The Comic Book Journalist Survives the
Censors of 1955." Journalism History. Autumn 1995, pp. 122-130.
4782. English, August. "The Great EC Reunion." Comics Journal Aug. 2000,
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4783 . "Entertaining Comics - They Shocked a Nation. " Paperback, Pulp and
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4784. Geissman, Grant "Found! An EC Science Fiction Page." Squa Trant.
No. 10, 2002, pp. 18-19.
4785. Setliff, Jonathan. " 'Tales of Tension.' EC Comics and Early Cold War
Popular Culture." Paper presented at Popular Culture Association, New
Orleans, LA, April 21, 2000.
4786. Von Bemewitz, Fred and Grant Geissman. Tales of Terror! The
Complete Compendium of the Incredible Old EC Comics, Including
Tales from the Crypt, MAD, and Weird Science. Timonium, MD and
Seattle, WA: Gemstone and Fantagraphics, 2000, 296 pp..

Marvel
4787. David, Peter. "But I Digress." Comics Buyer 's Guide. July 29,1994, pp.
130, 127.
4788. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Marvel Fans Can Vote for 100 Greatest Marvels of
All Time." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 9, 2001 , p. 6.
4789. Jacobs, Will and Gerard Jones. " Silver Age: The Early Marvels - Who
Wrote the Words?" Comics Feature. Dec. 1986, pp. 22-27.
Comic Books 243

4790. Jacobs, Will and Gerard Jones. "Silver Age: Marvel Superteams."
Comics Feature . May 1985, pp. 62-66.
4791. O'Malley, Dick. "Continuity Conundrums." Collectors Dream. No. 3,
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4793. Shutt, Crnig. "Back to School with Marvel's Teens!" Comics Buyer's
Guide. Sept. 22, 2000, pp. 22-26.
4794. Shutt, Crnig. "Marvel Heroes' 'Secret' Identities." Comics Buyer's
Guide. April 2005, pp. 98-100, 102-106.
4795. Shutt, Crnig. "Marvel's Movie-Monster Menagerie." Comics Buyer's
Guide. March 21, 1997, pp. 26, 30.
4796. Shutt, Crnig. "Marvel's 10 Best Team-ups!" Comics Buyer 's Guide.
May 11, 2001, pp. 38-41.
4797. Shutt, Craig. "Marvel's Top 10 Silver Age Moments." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Oct. 2004, pp. 104-106, 108-110.
4798. Shutt, Craig. "More Marvel Moments." Comics Buyer's Guide. March
2005, pp. 102-104.
4799. Shutt, Crnig. "Some Marvel Silver Agers Got That Lucky Break - Or
Was It so Lucky." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 15, 1999, pp. 42-43.
4800. Thomas, Roy. "Looking Back on the Golden Age: The Marvel Family."
Comics Feature. Feb. 1987, pp. 14-19.
480 1. Thompson, Don and Maggie. "The Marvel Age of Comics." Comics
Feature. July 1981, pp. 40-42.

LEGAL AND ETHICAL ASPECTS


General Sources
4802. Alston, Susan. "Guest Editorial." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 5, 19%,
p. 4; July 25, 1997, p. 4.
4803. Brady, Matt. "'Spidey' Pulped, Milgrom Loses Status over Slam."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 5,2001, p. 10.
4804. "Capital Adds Diamond to Lawsuit." Comics Buyer's Guide. May 26,
1995, p. 6.
4805. Contino, Jennifer M. "Tribune Sues Marvel for $100 Million." Pulse.
Oct. 31, 2003.
4806. "Cops and Comics." Comics Journal. Feb. 2000, pp. 11-12.
4807. David, Peter. "But I Digress." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 24,1997, pp.
198,196.
4808. David, Peter. "Ignoring Witnesses." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 29,
2003, p. 58.
4809. David, Peter. "Risky Propositions." Comics Buyer 's Guide. July 26,
2002, p. 58.
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4810. David, Peter. "Trnding Terms." Comics Buyer 's Guide. July 12,2002, p.
56.
4811. David, Peter. "Warning: The Following Is a Test of the Complete Lapse
of Good Taste System. This Is Only a Test." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Ck1. 23, 1998, p. 58.
4812. Dean, Michael. "California Supreme Court Rules Jonah Hex Comic
Entitled to First Amendment Protection." Comics Journal. July 2003,
pp. 13-17.
4813. Dean, Michael. "Comic Book Law School 101." Comics Journal. Oct.
2002,p.20.
4814. Dean, Michael. "Court Resolves Three-Year Continuity Conflict."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 21, 1997, p. 8.
4815. Dean, Michael. "Dallas Deals with Demon Beast Invasion" Comics
Journal. March 2001, pp. 11-13.
4816. Dean, Michael. "DOJ Drops Investigation of Diamond." Comics
Journal. Dec. 2000, pp. 8-9.
4817. Dean, Michael. "Drngon Con Founder Denies Child Molestation
Charges." Comics Journal. March 2001, pp. 16-17.
4818. Dean, Michael. "$8 Million Class Action Suit Pits Marvel Against
Retailers." Comics Journal. June 2002, pp. 7-11.
4819. Dean, Michael. "From King MallS to Electric Mice." Comics Journal.
Feb. 2000, pp. 3-5.
4820. Dean, Michael. "Girl Trouble at Archie." Comics Journal. March 2000,
p.5.
4821. Dean, Michael. "Kitchen Versus Kitchen Sink." Comics Journal. Aug.
1999, pp. 23-24.
4822. Dean, Michael. "Marvel Class Action Settlement To Compensate
Retailers." Comics Journal. Ck1./Nov. 2004, pp. 25-26.
4823. Dean, Michael. "Marvel's Returns Offer Fails To Discournge Class-
Action Suit." Comics Journal. Nov. 2002, pp. 11-12.
4824. Dean, Michael. "Regime Change at Cheesygrnphics." Comics Journal.
Feb. 2003, p. 16.
4825. Dean, Michael. "Rojek vs. Reality." Comics Journal. Feb. 2003, pp. 9-
11.
4826. Dean, Michael. "Stan Lee Sues Marvel for $10 Million" Comics
Journal. Dec. 2002, pp. 29-30, 32.
4827. Dean, Michael. "The Vampirella Wars: The Untold Story of James
Warren's Custody Battle over Harris Comics." Comics Journal. June
2003, pp. 22-27.
4828. "Defiant Wins Judgement on Plasm." Comics Journal. Nov. 1993, p.
14.
4829. Drewes, Jac. "Comics Guild." Stripschrift. Dec. 1979, pp. 25-27.
Comic Books 245

4830. "Greenhill Sues Great Eastern and Wizard" Comics Journal. Nov.
1994, pp. 40-41.
4831 . Hick, Darren. "Echoes of Nurenburg." Comics Journal. Oct. 1999, pp.
26-27.
4832. Ingersoll, Bob. "Capping a Defense. Is Bad Fashion Sense a Punishable
Act?" Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 21, 2003, p. 38.
4833. Ingersoll, Bob. "Confess! Confessl Confess!" Comics Buyer 's Guide.
March 21, 2003, pp. 34-35.
4834. Ingersoll, Bob. "Crowning the Kingpin." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 6,
2002, p. 34. ("Daredevil").
4835. Ingersoll, Bob. "Is Justice Blind? In Matt Murdock's Case, Definitely!"
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 7, 2003, p. 32.
4836. Ingersoll, Bob. "Justice Is Blind, Again." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Sept.
19, 2003, p. 34.
4837. Ingersoll, Bob. "The Law Is a Ass." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 23,
1996, p. 104.
4838. Ingersoll, Bob. "The Law Is a Ass." Comics Buyer's Guide. May 14,
1999, p. 30; Oct. 29, 1999, p. 44.
4839. Ingersoll, Bob. "The Privileges of Lawyers and Clients." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Aug. 2, 2002, pp. 54, 56.
4840. Ingersoll, Bob. "Searching and Seizing." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug. 4,
2000, p. 56.
4841. Ingersoll, Bob. "Summing up Daredevil's Case." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Feb. 22, 2002, p. 38.
4842. "Intellectual Freedom Q & A." Busted/ Summer 2003, pp. 20-21.
4843. Isabella, Tony. " 'Litigation' Leads to New Iconography." Comics
Buyer's Guide. March 22, 2002, p. 16.
4844. "Judge Says Revolutionary Can Print New Kids Bio." Comics Career
News/etter. July 1990, p. 1.
4845. "Justice Department Ends Diamond Investigation." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Dec. 1, 2000, p. 8.
4846. MacDonald, Heidi. "A Modest Proposal: Editors Should Pay for Their
Comics." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 21, 2003, p. 10.
4847. "Marvel and the Law." Comics Feature. July 1981, p. 13.
4848. "Marvel Sues Sony." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 27, 2004, p. 11.
4849. Melby, Nathan. "Marvel Court Cases." Comics Buyer's Guide. May 16,
2003, p. 13.
4850. "Michigan Judge Clarifies Display Law." Comics Journal. Jan.-Feb.
2005, p. 28.
4851. Miller, John Jackson. "Capital City Files Lawsuit Against DC Comics."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 19, 1995, p. 6.
4852. Miller, John 1. "Judge: eBay Not Liable for Auctioner's Claims."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 16, 2001, p. 12.
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4853. Miller, John 1. and Nathan Melby. "Tangled Web." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Dec. 20, 2002, pp. 1, 12-13.
4854. "NBA Sues Marvel Division." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 14, 1997, p.
6.
4855. Neal, Jim. "Topps Sues Contractor." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 18,
1994, p. 38.
4856. "New Kids and Revolutionary Reach a Possible Settlement." Comics
Career Newsletter. Sept. 1990, p. 3.
4857. O'Neill, Patrick D. "Retailer Takes Marvel to Court." Comics Buyer's
Guide. May 31,2002, pp. 1, 13.
4858. "The Perez Archives: A Class Action." Busted! Jan. 2003, pp. 16-17.
4859. Phifer, Gregg and Tom King. "Do Comics Go Too Far?" Free Speech
Yearbook. 24 (1985), pp. 59-66.
4860. Raphael, Jordan. "12 of Your Peers.. ..: An Interview with John Hunter
and Michael Kennedy." Comics Journal. Feb. 1997, pp. 29-33.
4861. "Reactions." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 24, 1999, p. 8.
4862. Reynolds, Eric. "Classics International Sued for $18 Million." Comics
Journal. Nov. 1994, pp. 19-21.
4863. Reynolds, Eric "Lawsuit by and Against Carl Barks Over; Court's
Ruling Against Barks' Previous Managers Encouraged Settlement."
Comics Journal. Nov. 1998, pp. 15-20.
4864. Ronan, John F. "Amended Rojek Suit Awaits Judge's Decision."
Comics JournaJ. March 1996, pp. 7-12.
4865. "A Round-Up of Legal Aid Organization's Activities Nationwide."
Comics Journal. Oct 1993, pp. 13-17.
4866. Rozanski, Chuck "The Ethics of Returns." Comics Buyer's Guide.
March 21, 2003, p. 44.
4867. Shutt, Craig. "The Dilemma of the Old Lady's Attic!" Comics Buyer 's
Guide. March 21 , 2003, pp. 30-31.
4868. Shutt, Craig. "When Lawyers Go Insane." Comics Buyer's Guide. May
2005, pp. 106-107.
4869. Spicer, Chris and Rebecca Bonser. "DC Faces Major Whiplash
Lawsuit." Borderline. Aug. 2001, p. 55.
4870. Stump, Greg. "Barks Quacks Back; Countersuit Against Hamilton in the
Works." Comics Journal. June 1997, pp. 18-19.
4871. Stump, Greg. "Chapter Three: Image Litigation, Cont" Comics Journal.
Dec. 1996, pp. 17-19.
4872. Stump, Greg. "Feathers Fly in the Duck Wars." Comics Journal. March
1998, pp. II-B.
4873. Stump, Greg. "Hamilton Takes Aim at 'The Good Duck Artist':
Legendary Cartoonist Carl Barks and His Managers Face Lawsuit from
Former Publisher." Comics Journal. Aprill997, pp. 10-11.
Comic Books 247

4874. Stump, Greg. "Key Charges in Jonah Hex Lawsuit Dismissed by


Judge." Comics Journal. Jan. 1998, p. 15.
4875. Stump, Greg. "Newsstand Owners Awarded $3.1 Million in Answer Mel
Case." Comics Journal. June 1997, p. 21 .
4876. Stump, Greg. "Princess Diana Comic ' Slips Through the Cracks.'"
Comics Journal. Jan. 1998, pp. 10-12.
4877. Thompson, Maggie. "Cruise Control." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 12,
2000,p. 6.
4878. Thompson, Maggie "Keeping Promises." Comics Buyer's Guide. March
1, 2002, pp. 1, 12.
4879. Thompson, Maggie. "My Rights, Your Rights, All Rights, All Right?
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Sept. 24, 1999, p. 4.
4880. Thompson, Maggie. '''They've Buckled. '" Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb.
15, 2002, pp. 1, 12.
4881. "Toys 'R' Us Pulls Brotherman from Its Shelves." Comics Journal. Oct.
1993, p. 19.
4882. "What About Other Cases?" Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 24, 1999, p.
6.
4883. Wilson, Jim. "The Kline's Cover Incident." Fantastic Fanzine. No. 12,
1970, pp. 16-18.

CBLDF (Comic Book Legal Defense Fund)


4884. Alston, Susan. (CBLDF]. Bustedl Fal11997, p. 1.
4885. Alston, Susan. "CBLDF 1995 in Review." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb.
9, 1996, p. 60.
4886. Alston, Susan. "Gaiman and Siro: Guardian Angels of the CBLDF."
Words About Pictures Newsletter. June-Aug. 1995, p. 3.
4887. "Alston Leaves CBLDF for New Post." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct 3,
1997, p. 6.
4888. "Arkansas Ruling Big Win for CBLDF." Comics Journal. Jan.-Feb.
2005, p. 37.
4889. Bleistein, Chris. "Advocates for Comics Need Your Help." Comics
Buyer's Guide. April 27, 2001, p. 4.
4890. Brady, Matt. et al. "Shi's Return Benefits CBLDF." Comics Buyer's
Guide. June 30, 2000, p. 6.
4891. "CBLDF Announces New Activities." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 28,
2003, p. 13.
4892. "CBLDF Cancels 2001 Making Waves Cruise." Comics Buyer's Guide.
March 16,2001, p. 6.
4893. "CBLDF Current Cases." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 27, 2001, pp.
39-40.
4894. "CBLDF, First Amendment Groups Victorious in Suit Against
Virginia" Bustedl Sept. 2000, p. 4.
248 Comic Books and Comic Strips through 2005

4895. "CBLDF Joins Michigan Fight." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 6, 2004,
p.14.
48%. "CBLDF Legal Counsel Burton Joseph." Comics Buyer's Guide. April
27,2001, p. 41.
4897. "CBLDF People." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 27, 2001, p. 40.
4898. "CBLDF Presents Defender of Liberty Awards in San Diego." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Aug. 23, 1996, p. 8.
4899. "CBLDF Presents First Amendment Forum in San Diego." Comics
Journal. May 1996, p. 28.
4900. "A CBLDF Timeline." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 27, 2001, p. 39.
4901. "Chicago Theater Group To Hold CBLDF Benefit." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Feb. 12,1999, p. 6.
4902. "The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund." Comics Journal. Jan. 1998, pp.
21-22.
4903. "Comic Book Legal Defense Fund." Fullb/eed. Summer 1999, p. 30.
4904. "Common CBLDF Questions?" Comics Buyer 's Guide. April 27, 2001,
p.56.
4905. "Cruising for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund" Comics Buyer's
Guide. May 12, 2000, p. 42.
4906. David, Peter. "Fighting Fire with the CBLDF." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Sept. 14, 2001, p. 82.
4907. David, Peter. "What Else Does the CBLDF Do?" Comics Buyer's
Guide. April 27, 2000, p. 58.
4908. Dean, Michael. "CBLDF Takes on Starbucks." Comics Journal. Aug.
2ooo, pp.12-13.
4909. Dean, Michael. "Con Voyage: Comics Creators Set Sail To Benefit
CBLDF." Comics Journal. March 2000, pp. 6-9.
4910. Dean, Michael. "Defense Report: Departing Executive Director Chris
Oarr Reviews the State of the CBLDF." Comics Journal. March 2001,
pp.14-16.
4911. Dean, Michael. "Ten Reasons the 2001 CBLDF Benefit Cruise Ran
Aground." Comics Journal. April 2001, pp. 14-17.
4912. Dean, Michael. "Where Do New CBLDF Board Members Paul Levitz
and Steve Geppi Stand on the First Amendment?" Comics Journal.
NOV.-Dec. 2004, pp. 12-22.
4913. Evanier, Mark. "Why Do We Need the Comic Book Legal Defense
Fund?" Comics Buyer's Guide. April 27, 2001, pp. 43, 49.
4914. Evry, Ron. "Small Press Brings in Small Donation for CBLDF." Comics
Journal. Aug. 1995, pp. 20-21.
4915. Groth, Gary. "Since None of You Asked: FundIaising Ideas for the
Comic Book Legal Defense Fund" Comics Journal. Aug. 1998, pp. 1-2.
4916. "Independent Comics Quilt Benefits CBLDF." Comics Buyer's Guide.
July 25, 1997, p. 8.
Comic Books 249

4917. Kitchen, Denis. "The Origins of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund"
Comics Buyer 's Guide. April 27, 2001, p. 38. ,
4918. Kvitko, Benjamin "'Signal to Noise' Benefit Raises $2,300 for
CBLDF." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 12, 1999, p. 8.
4919. "Legal Defense Fund Seeks Members." Comics Buyer 's Guide. May 21,
1999, p. 6.
4920. Melby, Nathan. "Lawsuits and Lawmaking." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Sept. 12, 2003, pp. 28-29.
4921. "Mitchberger Resigns From CBLDF." Comics Journal. Sept. 1994, pp.
30-31.
4922. "New CBLDF Chief Pledges More Aggressive Prevention Role."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. March 6, 1998, p. 8.
4923. "NextPlanetOver.com To Sponsor eBay Auction for CBLDF." Comics
Buyer's Guide. July 23, 1999, p. 6.
4924. Reynolds, Eric. "How To Receive Aid from the CBLDF." Comics
Journal. Nov. 1994, p. 23 .
4925. Siano, Brian. "Tales from the Crypt." Humanist. March/April 1994, pp.
40-42.
4926. Spurgeon, Whit. "Signal of Noise Benefit Highlights CBLDF
Fundraising Weekend." Comics Journal. Feb. 1999, pp. 18-19.
4927. "Starbucks Sues Cartoonist" Comics Buyer 's Guide. April 27, 2001, p.
40.
4928. Stump, Greg. "Alston Leaves the CBLDF." Comics Journal. Oct. 1997,
p. 15.
4929. Stump, Greg. "CBLDF Backs TrumanlLansdalelGlanzman." Comics
Journal. May 1996, p. 9.
4930. Stump, Greg. "Davis and David Join CBLDF Board." Comics Journal.
April 1997, p. 8.
4931. Sturm, James. "Small Press Expo Raises Funds for CBLDF." Comics
Journal. Nov. 1996, p. 20.
4932. Thompson, Maggie. "CBLDF Continues Comics Defense." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. June 28, 2002, p. 24.
4933. "Two CBLDF Cases Laid to Rest." Comics Journal. May 1995, p. 32.
4934. "Why Should Creators Care About the CBLDF?" Comics Buyer 's
Guide. April 27, 2001, p. 20.

Censorship
4935. "aka: Stop the Press." Borderline. Sept. 2001, p. 12.
4936. Alston, Susan. "Censorship in Comics: Is This the United StatesT'
Animation World Magazine. July 1997, pp. 23-27.
4937. Brady, Matt. "Defending Jesus: Looking Back on the Struggle for
Justice in Texas." Busted! Jan. 2003, pp. 6-7.
250 Comic Books and Comic Strips through 2005

4938. Brownstein, Charles. "First They Take Vice City, Then They Take
Berlin." Busted! Jan. 2003, pp. 10-11.
4939. "Bush Signs on Dot-Kids Line." Busted! Jan. 2003, p. 4.
4940. "Censor." Thud. No.4, 1971, p. 3.
4941. "Charges Reduced in Planet Comics Case." Comics Buyer's Guide. May
17, 19%, p. 6.
4942. "A Christmas Without Comics: Content Is Under Review Following
Wal-Mart Comics Purge." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 27, 1998, p. 6.
4943. Chun, Alex. "Letter of Law Not to Mavrides' Advantage." Comics
Journal. Dec. 1994, pp. 26-28.
4944. Close, Carol. "Issues." Borderline. Nov. 2001, p. 9.
4945. "Comico Claims Ad Ceusored by Comico." Four Color Magazine. Jan.
1987, pp. 14-15.
4946. "Comes Cross-Examined." Comics Journa/. Oct. 1995, pp. 15-16.
4947. "'The Comics Journal Kicked Off CompuSeIVe Forum." Comics
Journal. Nov. 1994, p. 41.
4948. "Cover Warnings for Comics." Cartoon World. May 1996, p. 4.
4949. "Dark Horse Campaigns Against Censorship." Comics Journal. Nov.
1996, p. 24.
4950. David, Peter. "But I Digress." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 10, 1995, p.
90; Oct 29, 1999, p. 106; Jan. 12,2001, p. 58.
4951. David, Peter. "The Never Ending Battle...." Gauntlet. No. 19,2000, pp.
43-45.
4952. "DC Pulps Alan Moore Comic over In-joke Ad." Comics Journal. May
2000, p. 22.
4953. Dean, Michael. "Crumb Book Attacked on Two Fronts in Indiana."
Comics Journal. Dec. 1999, pp. 13-14.
4954. Dean, Michael. "The Last Soapbox." Comics Buyer's Guide. May 17,
1996, p. 90.
4955. Dean, Michael. "Peter Kuper Bush Parody Seized by U.S. Customs."
Comics Journal. Feb.-March 2005, pp. 22-23.
4956. Dean, Michael. "Planet Comics Owners Plead Guilty in Return for
Reduced Sentence." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept 26, 1997, p. 6.
4957. Dean, Michael. "Retailer Faces Possible Prosecution." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Aug. 9,1996, p. 6.
4958. Dean, Michael. "The State of Oklahoma vs. Planet Comics." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Dec. 8, 1995, p. 30.
4959. Dean, Michael. "Topless Elves Complaint Dismissed in West Virginia."
Comics Journal. Oct. 1999, pp. 19-20.
4960. Dean, Michael. "West Virginia Man Jailed for Selling E/jques(." Comics
Journal. Aug. 1999, p. 11.
4961. Dean, Michael and Tom Spurgeon. "Diamond-Watching: The Gauntlet
Incident." Comics Journal. Dec. 1999, pp. 15-16.
Comic Books 251

4962. DePuy, Laura. "Two Lessons for Today." Sequential Tart. Feb. 2000, 4
pp.
4963. Dumais, Christian. "Inside the AFA's Crusade Against Comics."
Busted! Summer 2003, pp. 12-13.
4964. Evanier, Mark. "Point of View." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 30, 1999,
pp.24-25.
4965. Evry, Ron and Mathew Calvert. "Activists! Stirs Controversy Amidst
Cries of Censorship." Comics Journal. April 1995, pp. 27-28.
4966. "Fighting Censorship One Case at a Time." Comics Buyer's Guide.
April 27, 2001, p. 38.
4967. "Frank Miller: Defender of Liberty." Busted! Jan. 2003, p. 18.
4968. "Friendly Frank Goes to Court." Four Color Magazine. May 1987, pp.
22-23.
4969. Goldsmith, Frnncisca. "How Comics Are Banned." Busted! Summer
2003, pp. 16-17.
4970. Groth, Gary. '''It Has To Do With Our Puritanical Roots' - An
Interview with Nadine Strossen." Comics Journal. July 1996, pp. 61-69.
4971. Jette, Marc. Censure et Bonde Dessinee Americaine. Montreal: Roussan,
1997.98 pp.
4972. McDonald, Barbara. "Thumbs Down." Gauntlet. No. 17,1999, pp. 7-9.
4973. Manley, Kip. "Reading Frenzy Loses Lease." Comics Journal. Sept.
1998, pp. 14-15.
4974. "Marvel Removes Princess Diana." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 8,
2oo3,p.1.
4975. "'The Maxx' #26 Causes a Stir in Mississippi." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Nov. 8, 1996, p. 6.
4976. Murray, Christopher. "Framing Childhood: Comics, Children & the
Censor." The John Darling Lectures, University of Aberdeen, Faculty of
Education, Feb. 19,2003.
4977. Paulson, Kenneth A. "Commentary: Comic Books Need Real Heroes To
Protect First Amendment Rights." The Freedom Forum and Newseum
News. Sept. 1998, p. 8.
4978. "Parents Sue New York School District Over 'Magic: The Gathering. ",
Comics Buyer's Guide. April 18, 1997, p. 6.
4979. "Planet Comics Opts for Deferred Sentence." Busted! Fall 1997, p. 3.
4980. "A Planet Comics Timeline." Comics Buyer's Guide. May 17, 1996, p.
6.
4981. "Planet Comics Trial Date Set." Comics Journal. June 1997, p. 25.
4982. "Police Raid Oklahoma City Comics Shop." Comics Buyer's Guide.
~.6, 1995,p.22.
4983. "PROTECT Poses Threats to Free Speech." Busted! Summer 2003, pp.
4-5.
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4984. Raphael, Jordan. "From the Front Lines: The Planet Comics Principles
on the Record." Comics Journal. Nov. 1995, p. 12.
4985. Raphael, Jordan and Jolm F. Ronan. "Planet Comics Seizes Industry
Attention." Comics Journal. Nov. 1995, pp. 7-12.
4986. Reynolds, Eric. "Book About Harlan Ellison Suppressed in Chicago
with Ellison's Approval." Comics Journal. Aug. 1994, pp. 29-30.
4987. Reynolds, Eric. "Censorship Incidents on the Rise." Comics Journal.
March 1995, pp. 11-15.
4988. Reynolds, Eric. "Ellison Attempts To Suppress Upcoming Book."
Comics Journal. July 1994, p. 18.
4989. Reynolds, Eric. "Retailer Bust ROOux." Comics Journal. Dec. 1994, p.
36.
4990. Ronan, Jolm F. "Planet Comics Closes, Case Continues." Comics
Journal. Feb. 1996, pp. 7-10.
4991. Ronan, Jolm F. "Planet Comics Prepares for Hearing, Police Raid
Retailer's Home." Comics Journal. Jan. 1996, pp. 15-16.
4992. Smith, Andrew. "Creators' Rites." Comics Buyer's Guide. May 31,
2002, pp. 36-37.
4993. Spurgeon, Tom. "Minnesota Comics Store Harassed over Frazetta
Picture." Comics Journal. June 1998, pp. 11-12.
4994. Stump, Greg. "Felony Charges Reinstated Against Planet Comics."
ComicsJournal. May 1996, p. 16.
4995. Stump, Greg. "Showdown in Huntington Beach: California Retailer
Denied Permission To Move into Space Next to Libraty." Comics
Journal. April 1997, pp. 17-18.
4996. Stump, Greg. "A Small Victory for Planet Comics Retailers." Comics
Journal. March 1997, pp. 14-15.
4997. Stump, Greg. "Sudden End to Planet Comics Case: Retailers Plead
Guilty Just Days Before Trial, But Avoid Jail Time." Comics Journal.
Oct. 1997, pp. 13-15.
4998. Stump, Greg. "Tables Tum on Oklahoma City Authorities." Comics
Journal. Aug. 1997, pp. 9-10.
4999. Stump, Greg. "Wal-Mart Chops Comics." Comics Journal. Jan. 1998,
pp.7-8.
5000. "Talking Censorship with ALA's Judith Kmg." Busted! Summer 2003,
pp.18-19.
5001. "Talking to Jesns: Jesus Castillo Talks About Life After His
Conviction." Busted! Jan. 2003, pp. 8-9.
5002. "Texas Trouble Heads to High Court." Busted! Jan. 2003, p. 3.
5003. "Trouble in Texas: Trial Looms." Busted! Sept 2000, p. 4.
5004. "12 National Groups File Cincinnati Censorship Suit." Comics Journal.
April 1995, p. 30.
Comic Books 253

5005. "Video Stores Replace Comics Shops As Target of Oklahoma City


Watchdog Group." Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 8, 1997, p. 6.
5006. Ward, Murray R. "On Censorship in Comics." Comic Fandom 's Forum.
Nov. 1982, pp. 6-10.
5007. "Why Wouldn't CBG Pan Marvel?" Comics Journal. Oct. 1993, pp. 20-
21.

Copyright, Trademark
5008. "Archie Threatens Kitchen Sink." Comics Feature. March 1984, p. 7.
5009. Brady, Matt. "Dwyer Not To Profit from Starbucks Logo." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. June 30, 2000, p. 6.
5010. "Capital Sues Marvel, Then Settles." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 31,
1995, p. 22.
5011. "Cartoonist Cries Foul!" Comics Career Newsletter. No. 25,1990, p. 1.
5012. "Cartoonist Sued by Starbucks." Busted! Sept 2000, pp. 2-3.
5013. Caruba, David "Upholding the Copyright." Four Color Magazine. Jan.-
Feb. 1987, pp. 28-35.
5014. Curtis, Paul. "Think It' s a Counterfeit? Think Again!" Comics Buyer's
Guide. March 7, 1997, p. 6.
5015. David, Peter. "Predecessors and Originality: Ripping On Ripping Off."
Comics Buyer's Guide. March 2005, pp. 238-241.
5016. Dean, Michael. "Body Check. Legal Twist Overturns $24.5 Million
Judgment Against McFarlane." Comics Journal. Dec. 2000, p. 15.
5017. Dean, Michael. "The Gaiman vs. McFarlane Trial." Comics Journal.
Feb. 2003, pp. 17-38.
5018. Dean, Michael. "Is DC's Green Lantern Copyright Vulnerable?" Comics
Journal. Nov. 1999, pp. 13-14.
5019. Dean, Michael. "Joe Simon Appeals Captain America Copyright"
Comics Journal. June 2002, pp. 12-15.
5020. Dean, Michael. "Joe Simon Makes a First Impression." Comics Journal.
Dec. 2002, pp. 11-13.
5021. Dean, Michael. "Judge OKs Release of 'Fighting American.'" Comics
Buyer's Guide. Sept 12, 1997, p. 6.
5022. Dean, Michael. "Kraft vs. King VeIVeeda." Comics Journal. Aug. 2002,
pp. 16-17, 19-20.
5023. Dean, Michael. "McFarlane Vs. Marvels and Miracles." Comics
Journal. Feb. 2002, pp. 9-12.
5024. Dean, Michael. "Marvel Sues Awesome, Alleges Fighting American
Too Close to Captain American." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 5, 1997,
p.8.
5025. Dean, Michael. "Marvel Sues Joe Simon Over Cap Copyright." Comics
Journal. April 2000, p. 34.
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5026. Dean, Michael. "Neal Gaiman Warns Todd McFarlane Not To Publish
Miracleman." Comics Journal. Sept 2001, pp. 16-18.
5027. Dean, Michael. " Supennan Opens a Can of Copyright Worms." Comics
Journal. Oct. 1999, pp. 15-17.
5028. Dean, Michael. "Whither Miracleman? Character' s Fate Still in Doubt
After Gaiman Legal Victory over McFarlane." Comics Journal. Nov.
2002, pp. 25-27.
5029. Dean, Michael. "Wolfman Loses Blade Suit." Comics Journal. Dec.
2000, pp. 19-20.
5030. Dean, Michael. " Writer Cool with Unauthorized Use of Script in
Cerebus." Comics Journal. Feb. 2002, pp. 16-17.
5031. Eaton, Leslie. "Legal Claws Bared Over a Pussycat; Josie' s Artist
Claims Ownership in Suit Against Archie Comics." New York Times.
Feb. 19, 2001, pp. Bl, B6.
5032. Ellison, Harlan. "The Internet Is Ripping Off Writers." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. March 23, 2001, p. 4.
5033. Evry, Ron. "Megaton Man's Simpson Wins Settlement in Copyright
Inftingement Case." Comics Journal. July 1997, p. 16.
5034. "Fund Challenges South Carolina Internet Statute." Busted.! Jan. 2003,
p. 3.
5035. Greenholdt, Joyce. "Wizards of the Coast Announces Patent Grant."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 7, 1997, p. 6.
5036. Harvey, R. C. "Swipes Are Nothing New." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct.
10, 2003, p. 32.
5037. "Has Simon Won Cap Suit?" Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 29, 2002, p.
14.
5038. Ingersoll, Bob. "Analyzing Simon's Case." Comics Buyer's Guide.
April 5, 2002, p. 44.
5039. Ingersoll. Bob. "Are You Breaking the Law?" Comics Buyer's Guide.
July 7, 2000, p. 56.
5040. Kingman, Jim. "Letter from the Editor." Comic Effect. Autumn 19%,
pp. 3-4.
5041. "Kryptonite Lock Decision Goes to DC Comics." Comics Journal.
Nov.-Dec. 2004, p. 40.
5042. Leonard, Devin "The Curse of Pooh." Fortune . Jan. 20, 2003, pp. 84-
92.
5043. Levin, Bob. "Disney's War Against the Counterculture."
www.reason.com. Dec. 2004.
5044. "Mcfarlane Loses $24.5 Million Judgment." Comics Journal. July
2oo0,p.27.
5045. "Mcfarlane Decision Upheld" Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 23, 2002,
p. 1.
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5046. Maguire, William E. "What's the Difference Between and TN? 'The
Man Called A-X' Knows." Comics Buyer 's Guide. June 6, 1997, p. 62.
5047. "Marvel Sues Disney over Copyright Issue." Comics Journal. Jan.-Feb.
2005, p. 35.
5048. "Marvel Sues Videogame Manufacturer." Comics Journal. Jan.-Feb.
2005, p. 36.
5049. Melby, Nathan. "Disappointment: Castillo Loses." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Aug. 29, 2003, p. 12.
5050. Melby, Nathan. "Stan Lee Sues MarveI." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan.
10, 2003, p. 13.
5051. O 'Neill, Patrick D. "Simon To Appeal Captain America Decision."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. April 5, 2002, p. 32.
5052. "Publisher, Creator of Cry for Dawn Raise Forgery Allegations."
Comics Journal. Feb. 1997, p. 28.
5053. Reynolds, Eric. "Barry in Dispute with Adams." Comics Journal. July
1994, pp. 16-17.
5054. Reynolds, Eric. "Don Martin Sues WelshlMarvel for $150,000." Comics
Journal. March 1995, pp. 16-18.
5055. Schienke, Greg. "The Pirates and the Mouse." Comic Effect. Spring
2004, pp. 18-21.
5056. "Spider Death Fine Imposed." Borderline. Sept. 2001, p. 9.
5057. Spurgeon, Tom. "Copyrights Extended under New Legislation." Comics
Journal. Nov. 1998, p. 41.
5058. Spurgeon, Tom. "Warren Case Moves Forward; Publisher Claims
Numerous Violations in Case Against Harris Publications." Comics
Journal. Feb. 1999, pp. ll-B.
5059. Stump, Greg. "Chaos Under Fire for Copyright Infringement." Comics
Journal. March 1997, pp' II-B .
5060. Stump, Greg. "Liefeld vs. Image: Round 2: Both Sides File Suit."
Comics Journal. Nov. 19%, pp. 5-8.
5061. Stump, Greg. "Mike Netzer's Lawsuit Against Neal Adams Dismissed."
Comics Journal. Jan. 1998, p. 18.
5062. Sullivan, John. "Charles Atlas Complaint Held as Legal Weakling."
New York Times. Aug. 31, 2000, p. B-3.
5063. "Supreme Court Refuses Castillo Appeal." Busted! Summer 2003, p. 3.
5064. Thompson, Maggie. "Court Confirms Gaiman Verdict." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Nov. 15, 2002, p. 14.
5065. Thompson, Maggie. "Gaiman vs. McFarlane." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Jan. 10, 2003, p. 26.
5066. Thompson, Maggie. "Gaiman Wins." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 25,
2002, pp. 1, 12.
5067. Thompson, Maggie. "Gaiman Wins Suit Against McFarlane." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 25, 2002, pp. 12-13.
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5068. Thompson, Maggie. "McFarlane, Image Face Gaiman Lawsuit." Comics


Buyer's Guide. March 1, 2002, p. 12.
5069. Thompson, Maggie. "What's Up with the Copyright Law?" Comics
Buyer's Guide. Nov. 1,2002, p. 24.
5070. Thompson, Maggie. "When Titans Litigate." Comics Buyer's Guide.
~. 25, 2002,p. 4.
5071 . "TrademaIk Challenge Forces DC To Change Imprint Name." Comics
Journal. July 1996, p. 15.
5072. "Twist Gets No Treat from McFarlane on Halloween." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Nov. 24, 2000, p. 6.

Creator's Rights, Ownership


5073. Allstetter, Rob. "Image Gets 'Tiger' Comics Adaptation Rights."
Comics Buyer's Guide. March 30, 2001, p. 6.
5074. "Artist and Writer Greg Horn Seeks JU.D.G.E.ment." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Dec. 31, 1999, p. 22.
5075. "A Bill of Rights for Comics Creators." Comics Career Newsletter.
Sept. 1990, p. 3.
5076. Bojar, E. Jordan. "Might Buys Rights and Copyrights Are Just Part of
Creator Control." Comics Career Newsletter. Sept. 1990, p. 14.
5077. "Boneyard Press Wins Suit." Comics Journal. Nov. 1994, p. 23 .
5078. Brady, Matt. "Marvel Counters Joe Simon's Claims on Captain
America." Comics Buyer's Guide. April 28, 2000, p. 6.
5079. Brady, Matt. "Simon and Marvel Continue Cap Battle." Comics Buyer's
Guide. July 27,2001, pp. 10, 12.
5080. Brady, Matthew and Mike Doran. "Liefeld, Napton Battle over 'The
Mark. '" Comics Buyer's Guide. March 30, 2001, p. 6.
5081. "Captain America Suit Is Settled." Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 24,
2003, p. 1.
5082. Chritton, Kirk. '''Bill of Rights' Is Fair and Deserves Support." Comics
Career Newsletter. Sept. 1990, p. 6.
5083. "Creator Lawsuit Resolved." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 16, 2004, p.
24.
5084. " 'Creator's Bill of Rights' Endorsed." Comics Career Newsletter. Sept.
1990, p. 1.
5085. "Cultural Corner." Comic Culture. Jan./Feb. 1994, pp. 14-15.
5086. David, Peter. "Excuses Don't Excuse Theft." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
March 30, 2001, p. 58.
5087. "DC Comics Wins Jonah Hex Case." Busted! Summer 2003, p. 7.
5088. Dean, Michael. "Avatar Press Publishes Story Without Paying Artist."
Comics Journal. Aug. 1999, pp. 26, 29.
5089. Dean, Michael. "Carmine Infantino Sues DC over Rights to The Flash
and Other Characters." Comics Journal. Aug.-Sept. 2004, pp. 26-27.
Comic Books 257

5090. Dean, Michael. "Character Conflicts: Marvel Wins Back Spider-Man;


Wolf-Man Sues for Blade." Comics Journal. May 1999, pp. 7-10.
5091. Dean, Michael. "A Class Divided: Retailers Respond to Brian Hibbs'
Suit Against Marvel." Comics Journal. June 2002, p. 9.
5092. Dean, Michael. "Post Mortem: Marv Wolfman Talks About His Day in
Court." Comics Journa/. Nov. 2001 , pp. 4-8.
5093. Dean, Michael, et al. "Marv Wolfman Trial: Creators' Rights on Trial:
Marv vs. Marvel, Part 2." Comics Journal. Nov. 2001, pp. 68-112.
5094. Dean, Michael, Gary Groth, and Anne E. Moore. "Marv Wolfman Trial:
Creators' Rights on Trial: Marv Vs. Marvel." Comics Journal. Aug.
2001, pp. 22-84.
5095. "Don't Sign This Contract! The Comic Book Creators Fight for Their
Rights." Mediascene. March/Aprill978, pp. 25, 26.
5096. Hulteen, Bob. "Owning Rights and Righting Wrongs." Sojourners.
Sept./Oct. 1995, p. 63.
5097. Ingersoll, Bob. "The Law is a Ass." Comics Buyer's Guide. March 8,
1996, p. 60, (Siegel, Shuster).
5098. Irving, Christopher. "Behind the Scenes: The 'Josie' Lawsuit." Comics
Buyer's Guide. July 7, 2000, p. 6.
5099. "Kochalka Falls Victim to Work for Hire Contract" Borderline. Sept.
2001, p. 10.
5100. MacDonald, Heidi. "The Creator's Rights Conundrum, Part 2." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Dec. 26, 2003, p. 10.
5101. MacDonald, Heidi. "The Creator' s Rights Conundrum, Part 3." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 2, 2004, p. 10.
5102. MacDonald, Heidi. "lfthe Past Be Not Dead." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Dec. 6, 2002, p. 10.
5103. McLellan, Rachel. "Creator Wins Suit Against Millennium." Comics
Journal. Aug. 1998, pp. 15-16.
5104. "The MarvellKirby Dispute Continues." Comics Feature. Aug. 1986, p.
4.
5105. Melby, Nathan. "Financial Fission: Stan Lee to Marvel: Show Me the
Money." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 6, 2002, pp. 1,14-15.
5106. Mescallado, Ray. "Fanboi Politik: Creator's Rights in the Mainstream."
Comics Journal. Aug. 1999, pp. 119-120.
5107. Neal, Jim. "'Conan' Sues Universal over Firing." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Oct. 14, 1994, p. 19.
5108. O'Neill, Patrick D. "Court: Simon Can Pursue Attempts To Reclaim
Cap Rights." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 6, 2002, p. 17.
5109. O'Neill, Patrick D. "DeCarlo To Appeal Ownership Case to Supreme
Court." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 14,2001, p. 26.
5110. O'Neill, Patrick D. "Siegel Estate, DC Negotiate Superman Rights."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Sept 24, 1999, pp. 6, 8.
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5111. O' Neill, Patrick D. "Simon's Captain America." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Jan 4, 2002, p. 28.
5112. O'Neill, Patrick D. "Supreme Court Rejects Josie Review." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 11, 2002, p. 28.
5113. "Preiss Delays Payment to Artist." Comics Journal. Jan. 1994, p. 14.
5114. Raphael, JonJan. "Divorce Case Features Alternative Comics." Comics
Journal. Oct. 1995, pp. 13-14.
5115. "Rojek's Suit Against Marvel Dismissed." Comics Journal. Aug. 19%,
p. 21.
5116. "Simon Lawsuit in Limbo." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 4, 2002, pp. 1,
28.
5117. Stump, Greg. "Charges Reduced in Planet Comics Hearing." Comics
Journal. April 1996, p. 15.
5118. Stump, Greg. "Collins Files Suit, Expands Scope of Case Against
Chaos!" Comics Journal. June 1997, pp. 19-20.
5119. Stump, Greg. "DC Standing Behind Creators in Jonah Hex Lawsuit."
Comics Journal. Sept 1996, pp. 21-22, 25-27.
5120. Stump, Greg. "Image, Liefeld Settle Lawsuit, lfNot Their Differences."
Comics Journal. April 1997, p. 12.
5121. Stump, Greg. "Liefeld vs. MaIVel." Comics Journal. Oct. 1997, pp. 17-
22.
5122. Valada, M. Christine. "Harlan Ellison vs. AOL: Fighting Piracy."
Comics Buyer's Guide. March 23, 2001, p. 6.
5123. Worley, Flora. "Ruling Upholds Creator Rights for Electronic
Reproduction." Comics Journal. Nov. 1999, p. 20.

Libel
5124. "Adams Sued for $20 Million in Libelffrademark Suit." Comics
Journal. Oct. 1993, pp. 7-11.
5125. Cusick, Richard. "Bugfuck!" Gauntlet. No.9, 1995, pp. 108-150.
5126. Dean, Michael. "Cartoonists at War [Ted RalI, Danny Hellman)."
Comics Journal. Nov. 1999, pp. 10-12.
5127. Dean, Michael. "Countersuit Filed: Ted RalI and Danny Hellman Trade
Places." Comics Journal. Feb. 2002, pp. 13-14.
5128. Dean, Michael. "Hellman Abandoned by Counsel." Comics Journal.
Oct. 2001, pp. 108-109.
5129. Dean, Michael. "Update: Rall Versus Hellman." Comics Journal. Feb.
2000,pp. IO-11.
5130. "Ex-Hockey Player Wins Battle with Comic." Associated Press release.
July 11, 2004.
5131. Hellman, Danny. "A Quick and Highly-Qpinionated Sketch of the RaIl
V. Hellman Lawsuit" Gauntlet. No. 19, 2000, p. 42.
Comic Books 259

5132. "Jury Awards Hockey Player $24.5 Million in 'Spawn' Suit" Comics
Buyer 's Guide. July 28, 2000, pp. 6, 10.
5133. Reynolds, Eric. "OJ. Simpson Targets Boneyard." Comics Journal.
Aug. 1995, p. 17.
5134. Stump, Greg. "Singin' the Blues: Winter Brothers File Lawsuit Against
DC Over Comic Depiction." Comics Journal. April 1996, pp. 11-14.
5135. "When Cartoonists Clash." Comics Journal. Feb. 2000, pp. 10-11.

Obscenity, Pornography
5136. Atkins, Robert. "The Bull of Rights." World Art. No. 1, 1995, p. 13.
5137. " 'Boiled Angel' Case Is Troubling." St. Petersburg (FL) Times. March
29, 1994.
5138. "CBLDF Member Under Fire." Comics Journal. May 1994, pp. 15, 22-
26, 28-29.
5139. "Comics Retailers Indicted on Obscenity and Child Porn Charges."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 10, 1995, p. 6.
5140. Cunningham, Scott. " 'Boiled' Diana" Gauntlet. No. 6, 1993, pp. 147-
149.
5141. Cunningham, Scott. "Drawn to Obscenity." Gauntlet. No. 8, 1994, pp.
126-132.
5142. Dean, Michael. "Alternative Comics #2 and Picasso's Penis Get Comics
Retailer in Trouble with Georgia Authorities." Comics Journal.
April/May 2005, pp. 18-21.
5143. Dean, Michael. "Comics Retailer Appeals Obscenity Conviction to
Texas Supreme Court." Comics Journal. Oct. 2002, p. 33.
5144. Dean, Michael. "Florida Court Denies Appeal of Diana Obscenity
Convictiou-" Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 14, 1997, p. 8.
5145. Dean, Michael. "How To Handle an Obscenity Complaint: Comics
Shop, City Attorney Face Off Over FrazeUa." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
June 26, 1998, p. 6.
5146. "Diana Auction." Comics Journal. Aug. 1998, p. 22.
5147. "Diana Case Will Be Appealed to U.S. Supreme Court." Comics
Buyer 's Guide. May 2, 1997, p. 8.
5148. "Diana Loses Obscenity Conviction Appeal." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
June 28, 1996, p. 6.
5149. "Good Morning, Mike Diana." Comics Journal. June 1998, p. 28.
5150. "Hearing Favors Planet Comics." Comics Buyer 's Guide. March 14,
1997, p. 6.
5151. Holland, Gina. "High Court Urged To Hear Comic Book Case."
Associated Press release. Nov. 28, 2003.
5152. Jonsson, Fredrik. "Right Said Fred." BUd & Bubbla. No.1 , 1995, p. 37.
5153. Krantz, Gunnar. "Mike Diana och Jesus." Bild & Bubbla. No. 4, 2000,
p. 120.
260 Comic Books and Comic Strips through 2005

5154. "Mike Diana Conviction Benefits CBLDF." Comics Buyer's Guide.


June 20, 1997, p. 8.
5155. "Mike Diana's Conviction Upheld." Indy Magazine. No. 15,1996, p. 6.
5156. "Petition Denied in Mike Diana Case." Busted! Fall 1997, p. 2.
5157. Reynolds, Eric. "Michael Diana Convicted." Comics Journal. May
1994, pp. 15-21.
5158. Reynolds, Eric. "Mike Diana Update." Comics Journal. Sept. 1994, p.
31.
5159. Reynolds, Eric. "Texas Retailer Is Latest Victim of Obscenity Bust."
Comics Journal. Nov. 1994, pp. 22-23.
5160. Ribe, GOran. "Mike Diana FaIld i Andra Instans." Bild & BuMla. No.3,
1996, p. 28.
5161. Ronan, John F. "Eight-Point Appeal Set for Diana Case." Comics
Journal. Feb. 1996, pp. 13-16.
5162. Spurgeon, Tom and Greg Stump. "Three Diana Comics Rejected in
1996; Publishers and Distributor Give Different Reasons; Accusations
of Bias Against Small Publishers." Comics Journal. Dec. 1996, pp. 7-
10.
5163. Stump, Greg. "ACLU, CBLDF Team Up To Petition Diana Case to the
Supreme Court." Comics Journal. April 1997, pp. 7-8.
5164. Stump, Greg. "Another Legal Setback for Mike Diana." Comics
Journal. Feb. 1997, pp. 13-16.
5165. Stump, Greg. "As Federally Vindicated As He Wants To Be: Luther
Campbell Compared to Mike Diana." Comics Journal. Feb. 1997, p. 17.
5166. Stump, Greg. "Broader Child Pornography Laws Upheld in Federal
Court" Comics Journal. Oct. 1997, p. 21.
5167. Stump, Greg. "Child Porn Act To Be Challenged by First Amendment
Advocates." ComicsJournal. April 1997, p. 9.
5168. Stump, Greg. "New Distinction in Child Porn Laws Raises Concerns."
Comics Journal. Dec. 1996, p. 11.
5169. Stump, Greg. "Obscenity Charges Upheld As Diana Loses Appeal."
Comics Journal. July 1996, pp. 7-8.
5170. Stump, Greg. '''They Said No''' : Supreme Court Declines to Hear
Diana's Petition." Comics Journal. Aug. 1997, pp. 7-8.
5171. "Two Florida Comic Shops Go on Trial." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan.
1994, pp. 7-10.

Political Correctness
5172. Groth, Gary. "Peter's (Lack of) Principle." Comics Journal. Jan. 1994,
pp.5-6.
5173 . Kennedy, P. "P.e. Comics." The Nation. March 19, 1990, pp. 386-389.
Comic Books 261

Taxes
5174. Alston, Susan. "Mavrides Wins His Tax Case." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Feb. 9, 1996, p. 6.
5175. Mavrides, Paul. "Under the Gun." Juxtapoz. Spring 1996, p. 16.
5176. Neal, Jim "Little Humor Is Found in Cartoon Tax Plans." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Dec. 8, 1995, p. 6.
5177. "Paul Mavrides Against the State of California." Words A bout Pictures
Newsletter. March-April 1996, p. 10.
5178. "Paul Mavrides Comic Book Legal Defense Fund Fought Tax Board in
Bay Area Case." Comics Buyer 's Guide. April 25, 1997, p . 72.
5179. Raphael, Jordan. "Son of Heroes World President Receives Fine,
Probation for Tax Fraud." Comics Joumal. May 1996, p. 16.
5180. Raphael, Jordan. "Still Hungry." Comics Journal. Oct. 1995, pp. 7-9.
5181. Reynolds, Eric. "Mavrides Case Affects CA Comics Publishing."
Comics Journal. Nov. 1994, pp. 24-25.
5182. Reynolds, Eric "Mavrides' Claim Denied - Appeal Filed." Comics
Journal. July 1995, pp. 20-21.
5183. Ronan, John F. "BOE Blinks As Mavrides Appeal Nears." Comics
Journal. Nov. 1995, pp. 13-15.
5184. Ronan, John F . "Paul Mavrides Wins Appeal, Cartoon Tax Overturned."
ComicsJoumal. JaIL 1996, pp. 12-13.

MEDIA, POPULAR CULTURE


CONNECTIONS
General Sources
5185. Arbesu, Faustino R "lnterrelaciones Entre el COmic y Otros Medios."
1 Wendigo. No. 84, 2000, pp. 19-24.
5186. "Argo City Phonecards Use L. B. Cole Covers." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Oct. 20, 1995, p. 36.
5187. Beemer, Olav. "Spin-Qff, Herstart, VeIVolg." Stripschrijl. June 1996, pp.
34-35.
5188. Casares, Juan, Karen Cross, Andrea Klein, Stavros Polyviou, and Daniel
Yocum. "Comic Books: A Case Study for Redisigning Traditional
Media and Assessing Entertainment Value." 2001. 8 pp. Available
through Carnegie Mellon University, 5000 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh,
PA 15213.
5189. "Chaos! Comics Ties in with World Wrestling Federation." Comics
Intemational. Nov. 1998, p . 10.
5190. Clarke, Anthony. "Comics and the Performing Arts: An OveIView."
American Cartoonist. April 17, 1968,2 pp.
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5191. "Dynamic Adds Chaos, Top Cow to Phone Card Lineup." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Feb. 7,1997, p. 36.
5192. George, Stephen C. "Comics in the Media Is Nothing New." Comics
Buyer's Guide. June 13, 2003, pp. 14-15.
5193. Hadorp, Michel. "Films en TV." Stripschrijt. July 1993, pp. 34-35.
5194. Hopkins, Michael. "Mixing Mediums [sic]: Comic Books and Music."
Welcomal (philadelphia). Oct 12, 1994, p. 21.
5195. Kunkel, Bill. "Son of Pinball Vs. The Space Invaders." Comic Times.
March 1981, pp. 73-75.
5196. Lavemoich, John L. "From Comics to the Camera: Four Color Heroes
on Film and TV." ComicsBuyer's Guide. May 23, 1997, p. 58.
5197. Muir, John Kenneth. The Encyclopedia of Superheroes on Film and
Television. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2004. 621 pp.
5198. Nyberg, Amy K. "Tracing Trends: The Print Media and Discourse
About Comics." Paper presented at Mass Communication Theory and
Methodology Mini-Conference, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa,
April 1989.
5199. NygaaJd, Sandra. "Comics' Fantastic Influence on U. S.; Once a Secret
Subculture, the Medium Has Inspired Film, Radio and TV." Chicago
Tribune. Aug. 17,2003.
5200. Patten, Marc. "Shooter, Others Discuss Broadway." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Jan. 20,1995, pp. 7, 28.
5201. Shapira, Ian. "A Cartoonist Sets the Scary World of Comic Books to
Music." Miami Herald. Aug. 19, 1999.
5202. Strausbaugh, John. "Oil, Those Pulpy Days of 'Weasels Ripped My
Flesh.'" New York Times. Dec. 9, 2004.
5203. Worcester, Kent. "The Immediate Experience: Movies, Comics, Theater
and Other Aspects of Popular Culture." Comics Journal. June 2002, pp.
34-35.

DVDs and Videos


5204. Chin, Oliver. "The Video Vault." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 14,2001,
p.15.
5205. "Comic Book Films on DVD." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 5,2001, p.
20.
5206. Mangels, Andy. "DVDs Expand the Comics to Film World." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Jan. 5, 2001, pp. 20-22.
5207. Mangels, Andy. "DVDs Expand the Comics to Film World, Part 2."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 12, 2001, p. 20.
5208. Mangels, Andy. "Unbreakable on DVD: Realistic Film Focuses on the
Makingofa Hero." Comics Buyer's Guide. July 13,2001, p. 22.
5209. "More Comic-Book Films on DVD." Comics Buyer's Guide. Jan. 12,
2001, pp. 21-23.
Comic Books 263

Movies
5210. Allstetter, Rob. "Dafoe To Play Green Goblin" Comics Buyer's Guide.
~. 15,20oo,p. 10.
5211. Allstetter, Rob. "'Generation X' Comes to Fox in a Live-Action Film."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Jan. 19, 1996, p. 40.
5212. Allstetter, Rob. "TNT Renews Witchblade." Comics Buyer 's Guide.
Sept 14, 2001, p. 10.
5213. Bertieri, Claudio. "Quei Favolosi, Avventurosi e Ingenui Anni Trenta."
15 Programma (Lucca). 1982, pp. 88-91.
5214. Brady, Matt "'Big Guy' to the Big Screens, 'Model by Day' Returns to
the States." Comics Buyer 's Guide. June 26,1998, p. 10.
5215. Brady, Matt "Hollywood Gets Power and Glory." Comics Buyer's
Guide. June 5, 1998, p. 12.
5216. Brady, Matt. "Mass 0' Media." Comics Buyer 's Guide. June 6,1997, pp.
8-9.
5217. Brady, Matt. "Miramax Signs Deal for' AKA Goldfish,' 'Jinx' Movies."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 7, 1997, p. 8.
5218. Bukatman, Scott. Matters o/Gravity: Special Effects and Supermen in
the 2dh Century. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2004.
5219. Bunish, Christine. "Spider-Man: Incredible Effects." Markee. June
2002, pp. 20-22.
5220. "But Wait! There's More, More, More!" Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct.
24,1997, pp. 170-171.
5221. Bzdek, Vincent P. "More Powerful Than... Ever: Onscreen and Off,
Superheroes Are a Force to Reckon With" Washington Post. Feb. 6,
2005, pp. N1, N12-N13.
5222. Campbell, T. "Ten Great Comics Adaptations." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Oct. 24, 1997, p. 171.
5223. Capano, Roberto. "Cinema e Fumetti." Il Fumetto. Oct. 1971, p. 31.
5224. Cling, Carol. "Familiar Faces: Here To Save the Day." Las Vegas
Review-Journal. April 25, 2004.
5225. Collins, Max. "Hollywood in the Comics." American Cartoonist. April
17,1968,4 pp.
5226. Coma, Javier. "Los Comics en Hollywood." Dirigido Por. No. 62 (n.d.),
pp. 8-25.
5227. "Comic Book Confidential." Animation World. Aug. 2003, pp. 20-23.
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69-70; June 1992, pp. 68-69; et al.
5229. Cwiklik, Gregory. "Obsolete: Why the Movies Have Supplanted the
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5230. "Dark Angel Signs Development Deal for BlacIgack Movie." Comics
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5231. "Dark Horse Publishers Dazzle Hollywood with Movie Concepts."


Cartoon World. Jan. 1997, p. 4.
5232. David, Peter. "Comics in the Movies." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 7,
2003, p. 58.
5233 . David, Peter. "What Is the Greatest Super-hero Film?" Comics Buyer 's
Guide. May 16, 2003, p. 58.
5234. Davis, Hank. "Classic Clifihangers: Cinematic Comic Books." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Sept 15, 2000, pp. 78-80.
5235. Dean, Michael. "Grading 'Amy': New Kevin Smith Film Is Worth the
Chase." Comics Buyer's Guide. June 13, 1997, p. 42.
5236. Eales, Jay. "The Most Important Comics Film Ever?" Borderline. Aug.
2001, pp. 13-14.
5237. Eisen, Armand. "Film and Comic Art: A Critique of the Purist View."
The HarvardJoumal ofPictorial Fiction. Spring 1974, pp. ]2-15.
5238. Farrell, Alan. "Film Noir en Couleurs." Paper presented at Popular
Culture Association, Las Vegas, NV, March 27, 19%.
5239. Fava, Claudio. "Fumetto Filmato Mezzo AmmazVlto." If April-June
1973, pp. 58-60.
5240. Fine, Marshall. "Comic-Book Films Are Here To Stay." Gannett News
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5241. Fritz, Steve. "Comics-Based Films - Did You Hear About.. .?" Comics
Buyer's Guide. Dec. 14, 2001, pp. 18-19.
5242. Fritz, Steve. "Comics to Film 2004." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. ]2,
2003, pp. 1, 15.
5243. "From Acme with Love." Speakeasy. Nov. 1988, p. 16.
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5245. Gross, Edward "Comics on Film." Comics FeatuTe. June 1986, pp. 6-7.
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5249. Hasselaar, Frans. "Papieren HeIden in Beweging. Comic Book Heroes
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5250. Hofstede, David. Hollywood and the Comics. Las Vegas, NV: Zanne-3,
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5252. Holson, Laura M "Can Little-Known Heroes Be Hollywood HitsT New
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Comic Books 265

5253. Horn. Maurice. "Film Noire and Comics Noire." American Cartoonist.
April 17, 1968, 3 pp.
5254. "Image Ties in to Zorro Movie." Comics International. May 1998, p.
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5255. Inge, M. Thomas. "Early Comics in the Movies." Inks. Nov. 1997, pp.
44-49.
5256. Insignares, William. "What's the Story with...Movie Promo Comics?"
Comics Buy er 's Guide. Nov. 2004, pp. 134-135.
5257. "I Serial di Batman." Wow. Nov. 1989, p. 31.
5258. Jankiewicz, Pat. "The Worst Marvel Movie You 'll Never See." Comics
Scene. May 2000, pp. 88-91.
5259. Khoury, George. "Silent Bob Speaks: An Overview of Comics and
Films in Kevin Smith's World" Comics Buyer 's Guide. June 13, 1997,
pp. 42, 44.
5260. Lennon, Tom. "Production Lines: Comics 2 Film Update." Borderline.
Aug. 2001, p. 16.
5261. "Lights, Camera Comics!" Comics Buyer's Guide. April 4, 2003, p. 1.
5262. Liinstedt, Heiner. "Das War 1994." Comic Forum . Dec. 1994, p. II.
5263. MacDonald, Heidi. "Comics Go to the Movies." Publishers Weekly.
June 16, 2003.
5264. MacDonald, Heidi. "Hollywood Loves Comics More Than Ever."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Feb. 21, 2003, p. 16.
5265. McLean, Thomas 1. "Hero Worship." Variety. July 19-25, 2004, pp. AI,
A6.
5266. Mallory, Michael. "Patience Pays Off for Marvel Films." Variety. July
19-25, 2004, p. B4.
5267. "Marvel Studios Releases Two-Year Film Schedule." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Jan. 11, 2002, p. 12.
5268. Melby, Nathan. "San Diego Cinema." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug. 30,
2002, p. 1.
5269. Melby, Nathan. "Uslan to Produce CrossGen Films." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Sept. 6, 2002, p. 14.
5270. Melby, Nathan and Maggie Thompson. "Hamill Films Comics
'Mockumentary. '" Comics Buyer's Guide. Aug. 30, 2002, p. 12.
5271. Micheli, Sergio. "Gli Anni di Claudette." L 'Awenturuso. Oct. 1984, pp.
21-24.
5272. Miller, John Jackson. "Adaptation Applications." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. May 17, 1996, p. 28.
5273. Miller, John 1. "Thumbs-up to a Couple of Cinematic Comics - and
Farewell to Half a Critical Duo." Comics Buyer 's Guide. March 19,
1999, p. 24.
5274. Mishler, James. "Crisis in Hollywood, So Many Characters, So Little
Time." Comics Buyer 's Guide. March 2005, pp. 24-26.
266 Comic Books and Comic Strips through 2005

5275. Mishler, James. "DC's on TV." Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 2004, pp.
32-34.
5276. Mishler, James. "The Incredibles. Or Should That Be: An Incredible
Tale of Supers?" Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 2004, pp. 12-16.
5277. Mishler, James. "Mightly Marvel Movies: Comic-Book Movies in the
Comic-Book Tradition." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 2005, pp. 22-26.
5278. Mishler, James. "Serial Heroes: Super-shows of Yesteryear." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Nov. 2004, pp. 24-28.
5279. Mishler, James. "Trailers: A Look at the Comics Movies Heading Your
Way." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Aug. 2004, pp. 32-33; Sept 2004, pp. 30-
31 ; Oct. 2004, pp. 20-21; Nov. 2004, pp. 28-29; Jan. 2005, pp. 20-21;
Feb. 2005, p. 28; etal
5280. Mitchell, Elvis. "Loners' League To Foil Villainy." New York Times.
July 13, 2003, pp. 1, 4.
5281. Neal, Jim. "More Movies Are Planned from Comics Characters."
Comics Buyer's Guide. June 30,1995, p. 6.
5282. Neal, Jim. "Movies From the Comics: From Pen-and-Ink to the Silver
Screen." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct 24,1997, pp. 164-167.
5283. "New Star Wars Monthly." Comics International. Oct. 1998, p. 5.
5284. "The Next Wave: The Scoop on 20 Upcoming Movies Based on Comic
Books." Animation. Aug. 2004,pp. 16-17.
5285. Patten, Marc. "Investing in Movie Magic: Does Hollywood Smash =
Comics Cash?" Comics Buyer 's Guide. Oct. 2004, pp. 128-130.
5286. Rea, Steven. "Comics' Superheroes Muscling into Movies."
Philadelphia Inquirer. July 16, 2000, pp. 11, I 12.
5287. Rogers, Mark C. "Capturing Darkness: Comics and the Film Noir
Style." Paper presented at ICAF, Bethesda, MD, Sept. 5, 2002.
5288. Rosales, Sara. ''Play's the Thing for Pic Biz." Variety. Feb. 21-27, 2005,
p.6.
5289. Sacks, Ethan. "Comic Book Biz Seeking Boost from Film Triumphs."
New York Daily News. May 5, 2003.
5290. Schamus, James. " Sing to Us, Muse, of the Rage of the Hulk." New
York Times. May 11, 2003, pp. 29-30.
5291. Schwartz, Missy. "Comics Relief." Entertainment Weekly. Aug. 13,
2004, p. 18.
5292. Shutt, Craig. "The First DC Movie Adaptation: It's Not James Bond in
Dr. No, Though Its Star's Name Begins with 1." Comics Buyer's Guide.
Dec. 14,2001, p. 32.
5293. Sorkin, Andrew R "Schlepping to Moguldom: An Unlikely Hollywood
Titan Finds a Power Base." New York Times. Sept. 5, 2004, pp. Business
1,4,6.
5294. "'Star Wars' Comics Promotion Targets 110 Million Consumers."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 6, 1995, p. 44.
Comic Books 267

5295. Thompson, Maggie. "Minunax Taps Comics' 'Spinal Tap.'" Comics


Buyer's Guide. June 20,2003, pp. 1, 12.
52%. Thompson, Maggie. "Old Comics Make New Movies." Comics Buyer's
Guide. Aug. 9, 2002, p. 36.
5297. Thompson, Maggie. "Unbreakable Real Comics Shop in a Fantasy
Film." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 22, 2000, p. 20.
5298. "2002 Comics Movie Preview." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 14,2001,
pp. 1, 18.
5299. Warner, Melanie. "How a Meek Comic Book Company Became a
Hollywood Superpower." New York Times. July 19, 2004.
5300. Warshaw, Robert. The Immediate Experience: Movies, Comics, Theatre
and Other Aspects of Popular Culture. Cambridge, MA: Harvard
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5301. " 'Wolff & Byrd' Meets Universal in Big-Screen Treatment." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Nov. 7, 1997, p. 8.
5302. Wolk, Douglas. "The Comic Book Was Better." New York Times. July
13, 2003, pp. 9, 18. ("League of Extraordinary Gentlemen").

Radio
5303. Baney, Jack. "' Nuff Said?' Behind the Cancellation of the Nation's
Most Prominent Comics Radio Show." Comics Journal. Nov. 2002, pp.
8-10.
5304. Brick, Scott. "Radio Tie-ins Stretch from the Golden Age to Today and
'Beyond. '" Comics Buyer's Guide. Oct. 29, 1999, pp. 70-71.
5305. "Comics Fans Are Subject of 'Radio Show. ,,, Comics Buyer's Guide.
May 12, 1995, p. 40.
5306. DeForest, Tim. Storytelling in the Pulps: Comics and Radio (How
Technology Changed America). Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2004. 208
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5307. Lang, Jeff. ''' Sandman Mystery Theatre' Is 50." Comics Buyer's Guide.
March 21, 1997, pp. 32-33.
5308. Murray, Will. "Silver Age: Radio Comics." Comics Feature. June 1987,
pp. 46-49.
5309. Ottaviani, Jim. "How To Make a Comic That' s Actually Good: Radio:
An Illustrated Guide." Comics Journal. Feb. 2000, p. 19.

Television
5310. "Barkerverse Flop Comes Back as TV Series." Borderline. Sept. 2001,
p.9.
5311. "Comics on TV!" Fandom Feature. Feb. 1982, p. 8.
5312. "Dorks Do TV." Comics Buyer 's Guide. March 15, 2002, pp. 1, 14.
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5313. Feiffer. Jules and Art Spiegelman. "The Cartoonists Television Pilot -
Cable Talk-Show on Comics." Comics Journal Special Edition. Winter
2004, pp. 29-31.
5314. "Flash on TV." Speakeasy. July 1990, p. 11.
5315. "1 Telefilm di Batman." Wow. Nov. 1989, pp. 32-34.
5316. "Marvel Strikes TV Deal with Fox Children's Network." Comics
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5716. "The Funnies." New Yorker. Nov. 22, 1999, pp. 143-149.
5717. "The Funnies." New Yorker. Nov. 12, 2001, pp. 102-107.
5718. Harvey, R C. Not Just Another Pretty Face. Seattle, WA: MU Press,
19%.
5719. Kirkman, Rick and Jerry Scott. If I'm a Stay-at-Home Mom, Why Am I
Always in the Car? Kansas City, MO: Andrews McMeel, 1999.
5720. McPherson, John. Striking Close to Home. Kansas City, MO: Andrews
McMeel, 1998. 144 pp.
5721. O'Hare, Mark. Dog 's Best Friend Kansas City: Andrews McMeel,
1999.
5722. "Scrapbook" The Funnies Paper. July - Aug. 2002, pp. 25-27.

Collections, Reprints
5723. Hannah, James. "Reprint of Vintage Strips Take Shape in Paperback."
The Funnies Paper. Jan. - Feb. 2004, pp. 26-28.
5724. Harvey, R C. "Collected Strips and Revamped Returns." Comics
Buyer's Guide. Oct 29, 1999, pp. 78-80.
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5725. Harvey, R C. "Comic Strip Artistry in Reprints Galore (Also


Debunking Myths and Bunking Troths)." Comics Journal. Sept. 1998,
pp. l07-111.
5726. Harvey, R C. "Reprint Roundup." Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 1, 2000,
p. 49.
5727. Horak, Carl. "Reprint Reviews." The Funnies Paper. Sept 1986, pp. 15-
16; Nov. 1986, pp. 15-16; Jan. 1987, pp. 7-8; July 1987, pp. 5-6; Nov.
1987, pp. 5-6; Jan. 1988, pp. 5-6; March 1988, pp. 3-4; May 1988, pp.
15-16; Nov. 1988, pp. 17-18.
5728. Ryan, John. "Prints from the Past" Wonderworld. Nov. 1973, pp. 18-19.
5729. Scott, Randy. "New Collection of American Daily Newspaper Comic
Strips." The Funnies Paper. Jan. 1988, pp. 10-11.

ARTISTIC ASPECTS
5730. "The 'All American' Art." Inklings. Fall 1997, p. 7.
5731. "Art of the Comic Strip." Exhibition program, Allentown, PA Art
Museum. Nov. 6, 1983-Feb. 26,1984.8 pp.
5732. Astor, David. "Is a Comic Strip Writer a Cartoonist?" Editor and
Publisher. March 28, 1992, pp. 26-28.
5733 . Dunn, William. "The Funnies As Fine Art." Detroit News Magazine.
March 22,1981, pp. 10-11, 14-15, 17-19.
5734. Dunn, William, "The Funnies As Fine Art." The Press. 6:3 (1981), pp.
6-8.
5735. Frahm, Ole. "Weird Signs: Aesthetics of Comics as ParOOy."
International Journal ofComic Art Spring 2000, pp. 76-84.

BUSINESS ASPECTS
Advertising
5736. Cody, John V. "Another Career.. .up in Smoke." Hogan's Alley. No. 5,
1998, pp. 8-9.
5737. "The Comics Commando." Inc. June 1982, pp. 79-80.
5738. Daneshvary, Rennae. "Recognition Effectiveness of Comic Strip
Advertising for Small Retail Stores." Clothing and Textiles Research
Journal. 9:2 (1991), pp. 33-36.
5739. Erickson, Julie L. "Newspapers: Coloring Comics To Change with the
Times and Sales No Laughing Matter." Advertising Age. Jan. 23, 1986,
pp.45-47.
5740. Everett, Martin "Looking for That Sunday Punch." Sales & Marketing
Management. Jan. 1987, p. 71.
5741. Folkman, David. "They Laughed When I Sat Down. The 'Strippers'
Invade Madison Avenue." Hogan 'sAlley. No.5, 1998, pp. 118-127.
Comic Strips 291

5742. Forkan, 1. M. "Newspaper Comics Execs Dispute Contention That Sales


Future Is Bleak." Advertising Age. June 30, 1975, pp. 20-21.
5743. Gloede, Bill. "Comic Strip Offered for Re-Sale to Advertisers." Editor
and Publisher. May 15, 1982, p. 32.
5744. Marcano, Tony. "The Ombudsman: When Sardines Fall from Heavens,
Do Ad Guidelines Too?" Sacramento Bee. Nov. 23, 2003.
5745. Robitaille, Marilyn M. "Humor in Advertising: It's Funny Business." In
Advertising and Popular Culture: Studies in Variety and Versatility,
edited by Sammy R Danna, pp. 115-123. Bowling Green, OR: Popular
Press, 1992.

Gimmicks, Promotionals
5746. Boccella, Kathy. "Comic Strips Might Have a 'Funny' Look Today."
Philadelphia Inquirer. April 1, 1997, pp. C-l, C-5.
5747. "Cartoon Characters on Prepaid Phone Cards." Cartoon World. Jan.
1996, p. 8.
5748. Eveld, Edwanl M. "New Puzzles and 'Pearls': Revamped and
Rearranged Comic Section Adds Games and a Strip." Kansas City Star.
Sept. 15, 2003.
5749. Frankenhoff, Brent "Comics Creators Switch Strips for April I."
Comics Buyer's Guide. May 9, 1997, p. 26.
5750. Hanc, John. "Pop Culture Popeye." newsday.com. Dec. 2,2004.
5751. Kilpatrick, James. "Columnist Nails Some Misspelling Cartuneists."
Cartoon World. Dec. 1996, pp. 3-4.
5752. Miller, Rick. "Comics on Milk Caps." Cartoon World. July 1995, p. 8.
5753. "Mini-Tab Comics Printed by Daily." Editor and Publisher. Oct. 2,
1982, p. 40.
5754. On Stage. New York and Chicago: Chicago Tribune - New York News
Syndicate, Inc., n. d. (Promotional book targeted at newspapers).
5755. Rosenthal, Tim. "Can They Do That?! Comic Coincidences, Or Are
They Just Having Fun." Hogan'sAlley. No.4, 1997, pp. 108-116.
5756. Ryerson, Dennis. "Comic Strip Swap Brings Reader Complaints."
Indianapolis Star. Nov. 30, 2003.
5757. Scott, Jeny. "The Great April Fool's Day Comics Switcheroo of 1997."
Cartoonist PROfiles. June 1997, pp. 78-90.
5758. Stredicke, Victor. "Cartoonists Pull Off April Fool's Switch." Cartoon
World. April 1997, p. 6
5759. "Wacky April Fool's Prank Perpetrated by Comic Strip Cartoonists."
ComicsJoumal. April 1997, p. 24.
5760. Williamson, Lenora. "Easter Seals Coupons Set for Sunday Comics."
Editor and Publisher. Oct 10, 1981, p. 66.
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Industry
5761. Abramowitz, Jack. "The Funnies Are Alive and Well." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Feb. 8, 2002, p. 41.
5762. Astor, Dave. "Bigger Comics at 'Miami Herald '" Editor and Publisher
Online. Feb. 24, 2004.
5763. Astor, David. "A Look at the State of Comics As They Enter Their
Second Century." Editor and Publisher. May 13, 1995, pp. 39-40.
5764. Astor, David "The New York Times Is Not the Only One." Editor and
Publisher. Aug. 3, 1991, pp. 34, 36.
5765. Astor, David. "Once Not Enough for Two Newspapers." Editor and
Publisher. Nov. 2, 1985, pp. 40-41.
5766. Astor, David. "Panel Talks About Promotion of Fealures." Editor and
Publisher. Oct. 10, 1987, pp. 70-72.
5767. Astor, David. "Pbilly 'Inquirer' Asks for Comics at No Charge." Editor
and Publisher Online. Jan. 29, 2004.
5768. Astor, David. "Sales Are Booming in Overseas Markets." Editor and
Publisher. Jan. 26, 1991, pp. 38, 40.
5769. Astor, David. "They Oppose Full Price for Comic Repeats." Editor and
Publisher. Oct 12, 1991, pp. 32-35.
5770. "Business Cartoons Off to Strong Start." Editor and Publisher. May 23,
1987, p. 37.
5771. "Comics with the Most Clients." Editor and Publisher. March 15, 1986,
p. 39.
5772. "Daily Color Comics Page Will Be Offered This Autumn." Editor and
Publisher. Aug. 24, 1985, p. 32.
5773. Dean, Michael. 'Tribune Tries Terry, Leaves Spider-Man, Phanlom
Hanging." Comics Buyer 's Guide. April 7, 1995, p. 38.
5774. "The Decline and Fall of American Comics." Inklings. Winter 1995, p.
5.
5775. Dowling, Melissa. "Combining Satire with Salesmanship." Catalog Age.
Jan 1992, p. 19.
5776. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Dork Stonn Press: More Than Muskrats and
Henchmen." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 2, 2001, pp. 28-29.
5777. Frankenboff, Brent. "Knights ofthe Dinner Table : From 'JUSl One More
Strip' to a Publishing Empire." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Nov. 2, 2001,
pp.22-25.
5778. Harvey, R. C. "TIle State of the Art Drawing of the Comic Strip: A
Hopeful Interim Report." Comics Journal. Apri12001 , pp. 101-106.
5779. Heintjes, Tom. "A Dramatic Decline." Hogan's A lley. No. 4, 1997, pp.
14-16.
5780. "In the '90s, New Cartoons Are Finding their Niche." Associated Press
dispatch in Philadelphia Inquirer. May 21, 1995, p. K-14.
Comic Strips 293

5781. Jenkins, Jerry M. "Farewell: Another Afternoon Paper Closes but


Readers Get To Keep Their Comics!" Cartoonist PROfiles. March 2000,
pp.34-39.
5782. Jenkins, Jerry M. "Good News! Houston Chronicle Editor Is
Enthusiastic About the Comics." Cartoonist PROfiles. March 2001 , pp.
54-62.
5783. Kellett, Dave. "The Business and Art of the Comic Strip." Phi Kappa
Phi Forum. Summer 2004, pp. 24-27.
5784. Lindenblatt, Jeffrey. "Newsprint Villain Strikes in Houston." Hogan's
Alley. No.3, 1996, pp. 32-34.
5785. Moses, Lucia. '''St. Pete Times' Expands Comics." Editor and Publisher
Online. Aug. 27,2003.
5786. Munson, Marty. "Breaking into the Funnies Business." Artist's
Magazine. May 1991, pp. 92-93.
5787. Nelson, Carl. "Arrogance and Accommodation: Two Newspapers Take
Different Approaches to Changing Comics." Comics Journal. Dec.
2002, pp. 14, 16-17, 19.
5788. "Philadelphia Inquirer Wins Muppets Strip." Editor and Publisher. Sept
5, 1981, p. 35.
5789. "Seattle P-I Comic Page Revamped." Penstuff. Sept. 1997, p. 9.
5790. "Serious Business is a Laughing Matter." Communication World July
1990, pp. 23-27.
5791. Soper, Kerry. "Gentrifying the Alternatives or AlternifYing the
Mainstream? Consolidation, Incorporation, and the State of Comic Strip
Satire in Alternative Weeklies, 1985-2000." International Journal of
Comic Art. Fall 2001, pp. 189-201.
5792. Stone, Brad. "The Un-Funny Pages." Newsweek. July 19,2004.
5793. Stump, Greg. "Comics Return to The Voice." Comics Journal. April
1998,p. 22.
5794. Thorndike, Chuck. The Business ofCartooning. New York: The House
of Little Books, 1939.
5795. Williamson, Lenora. "Cost Breakdowns on Newspaper Comics Detailed
for Cartoonists, Editors." Editor and Publisher. Oct 16, 1976, p. 40.
5796. Williamson, Lenora. "Philadelphia Papers Absorb Bulletin Comics."
Editor and Publisher. Feb. 13, 1982, pp. 50, 52.
5797. Williamson, Lenora. "Washington Post Acquires 17 of Star's Comics."
Editor and Publisher. Aug. 15, 1981, p. 34.
5798. Zook, Kathy. "Comics Source of Fun and Profit for Couple." The
Funnies Paper. Sept.-OCt 2003, pp. 26-27.

Syndicates
5799. Astor, David. "The Bad Economy' s Effect on Syndicates (Part 1)." Jan.
25, 1992, pp. 32-34.
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5800. Astor, David. "Ex-Prez of NFC in Demand for Comic Knowledge."


Editor and Publisher. April 18, 1992, pp. 41-42.
5801. Astor, David. "He Exits Syndicate That Might Be Sold." Editor and
Publisher. Jan. 16, 1993, p. 40.
5802. Astor, David. "He Sells His Comic in Innovative Ways." Editor and
Publisher. March 13, 1993, pp. 30-31.
5803. Astor, David. "International Syndicate Renamed." Editor and Publisher.
Oct. 14,2002.
5804. Astor, David. "The King and I (as in Internet): Syndicate Offers Comics
for Web." Editor and Publisher. Jan. 31, 2000, p. 33.
5805. Astor, David. "King Sued by Paper." Editor and Publisher. Aug. 14,
1993, p. 30.
5806. Astor, David. "Not Enough Net from Net for Syndicate." Editor and
Publisher. Jan. 31, 2000, pp. 33-34.
5807. Astor, David. "Recession Remained and a UM Unit Went." Editor and
Publisher. Jan. 2, 1993, pp. 58-60.
5808. Astor, David. "A Review of the Syndicate World in 1990." Editor and
Publisher. Jan. 5, 1991, pp. 74-78.
5809. Astor, David. "Sales Are Booming in Overseas Markets." Editor and
Publisher. Jan. 26, 1991, pp. 38-42.
5810. Astor, David. "Self-Syndicating in a Recessionary Period (Part 4)."
Editor and Publisher. Feb. 15, 1992, pp. 40-42.
5811. Astor, David. "Syndicate Does a Nationwide Study." Editor and
Publisher. Oct. 24, 1992, p. 40.
5812. Astor, David "Syndicates Race into Cyberspace." Editor and Publisher.
May 6, 1995, pp. 36-37.
5813. Astor, David. "United Media Sale or Restructuring?" Editor and
Publisher. May 16, 1992, pp. 44-45.
5814. Astor, David. "Where She Came From to Get Syndicated." Editor and
Publisher. Nov. 23, 1991, pp. 38-41.
5815. "Chicago Comic Strip Goes National." Comics Feature. March 1984, p.
8.
5816. "Creators Syndicate Ann01lllces Two New Comics!" CAPS. Jan. 19%,
pp.15-16.
5817. "Davy Is Syndicating Bizarre Panel." Editor and Publisher. May 2,
1987, p. 166.
5818. Decker, Dwight R. and Richard Marschall. "La Aventura Industrial de la
Sindication de los Comics." His/oria de los Comics. No.2, n. d., pp. 49-
56.
5819. Hagenauer, George. "Art Butchers: The Chicago Tribune Syndicate."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Nov. 2004, p. 195.
5820. Holtz, Allan. "Philadelphia Syndicates." The Funnies Paper. Nov.lDee.
2000, pp. 13-14.
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5821. "How To: Draw a Comic Strip for Syndicates." The Freelancer. Fall
1957, p. 11.
5822. "King Features Launches DailyINK.com." Comics Journal. Jan. - Feb.
2005, pp. 29-30.
5823. "King Features: Pioneering a Second CentnIy of Comic Masterpieces."
Editor and Publisher. Syndicate Directory Section for 1995. July 29,
1995, pp. 4-12.
5824. "King Introducing Comics with 'Cutting-Edge' Humor." Editor and
Publisher. April 29, 1989, pp. 59-60.
5825. Kirste, Ken. "Syndicate Comings and Goings." The Funnies Paper.
March 1988, pp. 6-7.
5826. "Knight-Ridder Ultimatum To Strip Syndicates?" Comics Journal. Aug.
- Sept. 2004, p. 41.
5827. Koenigsberg, M. King News: An Autobiography. Philadelphia and New
York: F. A. Stokes Company, 1941.
5828. Mills, S. E. and Marty Jones. "Syndication: Nice Work lfYou Can Get
It." The Aspiring Cartoonist. 1: 1 (n d.), p. 9.
5829. "New Funny Paper Features." CAPS. Aug. 1995, pp. 7-8.
5830. Opera Mundi. King Features Syndicate. Livre Bleu. Paris: Opera Mundi
and KFS, n d.
5831. Rogers, Dick. "Syndicates Pass on Slug-Filled Strip ...." Cartoon World.
Feb. 1997, pp. 2-3.
5832. "Sparks Is Offering Two Comic Panels and Two Strips." Editor and
Publisher. Feb. 23, 1991, p.38.
5833. Spurgeon, Tom. "King Features Intends Move; Outsourcing Business
To Reduce Costs; End of an Era in Comic Strip Syndication." Comics
Journal. Nov. 1998, pp, 9-11.
5834. Spurgeon, Tom. "The Talks Are Over: King Features To Keep a New
York Office: Downsizing, Outsourcing Continues as Scheduled."
Comics Journal. Dec. 1998, pp. 6-7.
5835. Steinberg, Jacques. "Sunday Without Favorite Comic? Not So Funny."
The Funnies Paper. Sept.-C>ct. 2004, pp. 46-48. (Reprinted from New
York Times. Aug. 22, 2004).
5836. Steinberg, Janice. "Newspapers: Syndicates Loosen the Strings."
Advertising Age. Mar. 6, 1989, pp. SIO-S12.
5837. "Syndicate Comings and Goings." The Funnies Paper. Sept. 1987, pp.
10-11; Jan. 1988, pp. 15-18.
5838. "Syndicate Launches 'True!' Comic Panel." Editor and Publisher. April
8, 1995, p. 29.
5839. "Syndicates Show Off Strips." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 20, 2002, p.
18.
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5840. Watkins, John Elfreth. "Possibilities in Syndicate illustrating - The


Newspaper Syndicate." The Funnies Paper. March/April 2004, pp. 21-
25. (Reprinted from The Federal Illustrator. Fall, 1932).

COLLECTING
5841. Alessandrelli, Vittorio. "Le Stampe Amatoriali: Un Nuovo Corso del
Fumetto da Collezione." Comics. Oct. 1975, pp. 26-27.
5842. "Auction Advice." Hogan 'sAlley. No.2, 1995, p. 39.
5843. "Auction Results: Howard Lowery." Hogan's Alley. No.2, 1995, p. 38.
5844. "Auction Results: Howard Lowery." Hogan's Alley. No.3, 1996, p. 39.
5845. "Auction Results: lllustration House." Hogan's Alley. No.2, 1995, p.
39.
5846. "Auction Results: lllustration House." Hogan's Alley. No.3, 19%, p.
38.
5847. Dean, Percy. "The Ebay Experience." The Funnies Paper. Sept./Oct.
2001, p. 9.
5848. Dunn, William. '<You, Too, Can Be a Cartoon Collector." Detroit News
Magazine. March 22, 1981, pp. 18-19.
5849. Eckstein, Sandra. "Drawn To Collect." Cox News Service release. Sept.
18,2003.
5850. Ellinport, Jeffrey M. Collecting Original Comic Strip Art! Norfolk, VA:
Antique Trader Books, 1999. 135pp.
5851. Frankenhoff, Brent. "Heritage Adds Comic Strips to March Auction."
Comics Buyer s Guide. Feb. 1, 2002, p. 42.
5852. Graer, Annie. "Lunch Boxes Fetch Major Money. No Baloney."
Washington Post. April 22, 2004, p. HOI.
5853. Horak, Carl. "Just for Fun, Be a Stripper." Comic Cellar. Summer 1982,
pp. 39-43, 50-51.
5854. Horak, Carl. '''Let It Be Written. Let It Be Done.'" The Funnies Paper.
Nov.lDee. 2000, pp. 10-12.
5855. Horak, Carl. "My E-Bay E"l'Crience." The Funnies Paper. Nov-Dec.
2001, p. 14.
5856. Ivey, Jim. "Collector's Column." Cartoonews. June 1975, p. 29.
5857. Ivey, Jim and Allan Holtz. "Stripper's Guide." Hogan's Alley. 2:3
(1999), pp. 32-33.
5858. Schreiber, Fred and Richard Marschall. "Collecting Comic Strip Art."
American Book Co/lector. May/June 1983, pp. 2-10.
5859. Sulipa, Doug. "The Comicollector in Retrospect." Comics Feature. May
1980, pp. 61-62.
5860. Vollmann, Peter H. "Recollections at Sixty." The Funnies Paper.
Sept./Oct. 2002, pp. 20-22.
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CONTENT
Form, Function
5861. Astor, David "Big Response to Comics Section Changes." Editor and
Publisher. Feb. 23, 1991, pp. 36-37.
5862. Cwiklik, Gregory. "The Inherent Limitations of the Comics Form As a
Narrative Medium." Comics Joumal. Feb. 1996, pp. 117-120.
5863. FJeislunan, Glenn. "From 'Dilbert' to Oliphant The Funny Page
Redefined." New York Times. Oct. 3, 2003.
5864. Harvey, R C. "A Few Words About the Wordless." The Funnies Paper.
July-Aug. 2004, pp. 28-37.
5865. Harvey, R C. "The Never-Ending Quest for a Good Comics Page."
Cartoonist PROfiles. Dec. 1999, pp. 44-51.
5866. Horak, Carl. "Dreamers." The Funnies Paper. Sept/Oct. 2002, pp. 25-
29.
5867. Inge, M. Thomas. "What Are the Comics?" The Funnies Paper. Nov.-
Dec. 2004, pp. 26-29.
5868. Lockwood, John 1. "How To Try To Please Everyone." Hogan 's Alley.
No. 8, 2000, pp. 105-109.
5869. Sattler, Peter R "Anything Can Happen in a Comic Strip?: Comics,
Form, and the Art of Nothingness." Paper presented at Popular Culture
Association, Toronto, Canada, March 14, 2001.
5870. Swartz, John Alan. "The Anatomy of the Comic Strip and the Value
World of Kids." Ph.D. dissertation, Ohio State University, 1978.
5871. Thomson, George H. "The Four Story Forms: Drama, Film, Comic
Strip, Narrative." College English. 37:3 (1975), pp. 265-280.

Portrayals
5872. Brecher, Arline. "Comic Strips Are Teaching Children That Fathers Are
Fools." Cartoonews. No. 10, 1976, p. 26.
5873 . Cohen, Bert. "Marbles in the Funnies." The Funnies Paper. March-April
2000, pp. 8-9.
5874. "Comic Strips Pay Tribute." The Funnies Paper. Jan.-Feb. 2002, pp. 8-
9.
5875. Craggs, R S. "Religion in the Comics." The Funnies Paper.
MarchlApril2004,pp. 4244.
5876. Fick, AI. "Flying in the Funnies." The Funnies Paper. Jan. - Feb. 2005,
pp. 39-45.
5877. Fick, AI. "Flying in the Funnies." The Funnies Paper. May-June 2005,
pp. 40-44.
5878. Fick, AI. "Flying in the Funnies. Part 2." The Funnies Paper.
MarchlApril2005, pp. 38-42.
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5879. FranltQis, Edouard. "Les Avions dans la Bande Dessinee. Phenix. No.6,
1968, pp. 28-38.
5880. Goulart, Ron. "The Old West in Comic Strips." Wild West. June 1995.
5881. Hannon, Thomas 1. "Cemeteries, Tombstones, Death and Eternity in the
Comic Strips." Paper presented at Popular Culture Association, Las
Vegas, Nevada, March 26,1996.
5882. Hart, Christopher. "Cats and Comic Strips." Cartoonist PROfiles. June
1999, pp. 39-43.
5883. Hays, Dan. "Oregonians Shine in Comic Strips." Statesman Journal.
Aug. 17,2003.
5884. Heintjes, Tom. "Scanning the Comics, Rightist Ducks, Vacations and
More." Hogan 'sAlley. Fall 1994, pp. 6-9.
5885. Hughes, Rini. "Comics and the Family." Paper presented at Popular
Culture Association, Philadelphia, PA, April 13, 1995.
5886. Hughes, Rini. "Cultural Hegemony in Comic Strip Humor." Paper
presented at Popular Culture Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, March
25,1996. .
5887. Iaccino, James F. "Jungian Archetypes in American Comic Strips: The
Hero's Side." In Understanding the Funnies: Critical Interpretations of
Comic Strips, edited by Gail W. Pieper, Kenneth D. Nordin, and Joseph
Ursitti, pp. 62-76. Lisle, IL: Procopian Press, 1997.
5888. Inge, M. Thomas. "F. Scott Fitzgerald in the Funny Papers: The
Commentary of Mickey Mouse and Charlie Brown." Paper presented at
Popular Culture Association, Orlando, FL, April 10, 1998.
5889. Kelly, John. "$@o/o#! Reindeer Games." Washington Post. Aug. 24,
2004, p. ClO. (Curses in comic strips).
5890. Kendig, Doug. "My Reactions to R S. Craggs' 'Religion in the
Comics.,,, The Funnies Paper. MaylJune 2004, p. 5.
5891. Lambert, Sylvia and Stephen Isrealstam. "The Social HistoI}' of Alcohol
as Portrayed in the Comics up to the End of the Prohtbition Era."
Journal ofDrug Issues. Fall 1986, pp. 585-608.
5892. Madigan, Timothy. "Philosophy and Comic Strips." Paper presented at
Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, TIC, April 7, 2004.
5893. Milton, Fred. "Het Restaureren Van Strips." Stripschrift. Nos. 90/91,
1976,p.16.
5894. Mooney, Linda A. and Sarah Brabant "The Portrayals of Boys and
Girls in Six Nationally-Syndicated Comic Strips." Sociology and Social
Research. Jan. 1990, pp. 118-126.
5895. Oxoby, Marc. '''Locked in Tiny Cells' : Homogeneity on the Comics
Page." Paper presented at Popular Culture Association, New Orleans,
LA, April 21, 2000.
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5896. Sotalvi, A. 1. and 1. C. Drolet "Health-Related Content of a Selection of


Sunday Comic Strips." Journal ofSchool Health. 56:5 (1986), pp. 184-
186.
5897. Steinmetz, Suzanne K. "The Battered Husband Syndrome."
Victimology. 2:3-4 (1977-1978), pp. 499-509.
5898. Szafran., Z., R. M. Pike, and M. M. Singh. "MicroscaIe Chemistry in the
Comics." Journal ofChemical Education. June 1994, p. A-15I.
5899. Wepman, Dennis. "La Serie Familiar. Relaciones y Papeles Familiares
en los Comics." Historia de los Comics. No. 3, n d., pp. 77-84.

Cold War
5900. "All the Reds in China" Editor and Publisher. Feb. 17, 1951, p. 40.
5901. Arnott, Christopher. "When Connecticut Was Cool: The State's Cold
War Cut-ups Make a Comeback." Fairfield County (CT) Weekly. Aug.
12,2004.
5902. Collings, James L. "Greatest Contributor." Editor and Publisher. Feb.
12, 1955, p. 58.
5903. McMaster, Jane. "Front-Page Korea News Hits Back-Page Comics."
Editor and Publisher. Sept 9, 1950, p. 44.
5904. Harkins, Anthony A. "The Comics Stripped: What the Comic Strips
Reveal About Cold War America, 1950-1955." Master's thesis,
University of Wisconsin, 1992.
5905. Harkins, Anthony A. "Commies, H-Bombs, and the National Security
State: The Cold War in the Comics." In Understanding the Funnies:
Critical Interpretations of Comic Strips, edited by Gail W. Pieper,
Kenneth D. Nordin, and Joseph Ursitti, pp. 12-36. Lisle, IL: Procopian
Press, 1997.
5906. Harkins, Anthony A. "Commies, H-Bombs, and the National Security
State: The Cold War in the Comics." Paper presented at Popular Culture
Association, San Antonio, TIC, March 29, 1997.
Politics
5907. Atchinson, Lee. "What's Funny? A Point/Counterpoint to the New York
Times Magazine Article 'Not Funnies.'" Sequential Tart. Aug. 2004.
5908. Craggs, R. S. "The Political Comic Strip." The Funnies Paper.
May/June 2004, pp. 7-8.
5909. Hardi, Joel. "Kent State Hits the Funny Pages." Chronicle of Higher
Education. May 5, 2000, p. Al2.
5910. Smith, Rodney D. "A Study of the International Political Events and
Commentary in Selected American Comic Strips from 1940 to 1970."
Doctoral dissertation, Ball State University, 1979.
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War
5911. Braiker, Brian. "A Drawn-0ut War." Newsweek. May 31,2004, p. 11.
5912. Kennedy, 1. Michael. "A Serious Social Discourse on Iraq Is Springing
from the Funny Pages." LA Times. April 30, 2004.
5913. "KFS Cartoonists Comment on War." Editor and Publisher. Feb. 9,
1991, p. 42.
5914. Sullivan, James. "Comic Strips Raise Grim War Questions." Northem
Virginia Joumal. May 2, 2004.

Genres, Types
5915. "Animation Comics." The Funnies Paper. May 1988, pp. 8-10.
5916. Astor, David. "G-Rated Comics in an X-Rated World?" Editor and
Publisher. Nov. 7, 1992, pp. 32-33.
5917. Baccani, Romolo. "I Fumetti 'Western.''' II Nerbiniano. Jan.-March
1978, pp. 11-23.
5918. Baer, Jean Yves. "Western Comic Strips." The Funnies Paper.
March/April 2002, pp. 29-32.
5919. Baer, Jean Yves. "Western Comic Strips." The Funnies Paper.
May/June 2002, p. 6.
5920. Care, Jean-Marc and Jean Maiffredy. "La Bande Dessinee Policiere."
Francais dans Ie Monde. Aug.-Sept. 1984, pp. 46-50.
5921. Coma., Javier. "Satira Social y Mundos Perdidos." Historia de los
Comics. No. 11, n. d, pp. 299-308.
5922. Harvey, R C. "A Ramblin' Look at Cowboyin' in Strips." The Funnies
Paper. NOv.-Dec. 2003, pp. 21-30.
5923. Jacobs, lrv. "The Survival of Continuity Strips?" The Funnies Paper.
Jan.-Feb. 2003, p. 5.
5924. Kenney, Harry C. "Comics with a Purpose." Christian Science Monitor.
Oct. 8, 1952.
5925. "No X-Rated Strips Yet, Says Cartoonist Jerry Robinson." Cartoonews.
June 1975, p. 47. (Reprinted from San Francisco Examiner).
5926. Scaringi, Carlo. "ll Lavoro e la Famiglia nell' Ironia dei Comics." If.
April/June 1975, pp. 20-21.
5927. "Super Seders." Inklings. Summer 1995, p. 12.
5928. The Tijuana Bibles: America's Forgotten Comic Strips. Introduction by
R C. Harvey. Seattle, WA: Eros, 1996. 128pp.
5929. Turbeville, Gus. "Cartoons As Social Commentary." Cartoonews. No.
7, 1975, 2 pp.
Sunday Funnies, Supplements
5930. Horn, Maurice. "In Search of el Dorado: The Adventurer in the Sunday
Comics." Comic Art. Spring 2004, pp. 70-74, 76.
Comic Strips 301

5931. Horn, Maurice. "A la Busqueda de Eldorado. El Aventurero en los


Comics del Domingo." Fan Comics. No.1, 1985, pp. 66-73.
5932. Horn, Maurice. "A la Recerca d' Eldorado: L'Aventurer dels Sunday
Comics Ameicans." In Els Comics tal com Eren. Barcelona: Fundacio
Caixa de Pensions, 1984.

CRITICISM, REVIEWS
Criticism
5933. Astor, David. "Do Comics Get Enough Respect in U. S.?" Editor and
Publisher. April 13, 1991, pp. 36-40.
5934. Baetens, Jan. "Comic Strips and Constrained Writing." Image [&]
Narrative. No.7, 2003. 7 pp.
5935. Barnes, Steve. "Comic Strips Are True American Art Fonn." Albany
Times Union. March 8, 2004.
5936. Beckennan, Jim. "Even in the Fwmy Papers, No Comic Relief" Editor
and Publisher. July 2, 1995, p. A-I.
5937. "Enlarging of Comics." Editor and Publisher. Dec. 8, 1984, p. 36.
5938. Fitzgerald, Mark "Breathed and Peters Criticize Trends in Comic
World." Editor and Publisher. Nov. 2, 1985, pp. 41-42.
5939. "The Fwmies Take a Licking: The State of Humour in American
Newspapers Is No Laughing Matter." The Economist. Dec. 16, 1995, pp.
115-116.
5940. Hart, Johnny. " Step Back With Us to Yesteryear, When Comic Strips
Were Larger Than Stamps." Hogan 'sAlley. No. 3, 1996, p. 144.
5941. Holtz, Allan. "The Great American Comic Strip Desecrated." The
Funnies Paper. July/Aug. 2000, pp. 17-18.
5942. Honnel, AI. "The Good, the Bad and the Hideous." Hogan's Alley. No.
9,2001, pp. 26-28.
5943. Lockwood, George 1. "Stay Away from Talking Frogs." Cartoonist
PROfiles. March 1996, pp. 34-40.
5944. McNeely, John. "'Funnies' Hardly an Apt Tenn for Comics Pages
These Days." Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch. May 7, 1995, p. E-l.
5945. "Newspaper Strips in Trouble." Inside Comics. Winter 1974-75, p. 9.
5946. "NFC Wants Newspapers To Stop Reducing Comics." Editor and
Publisher. Aug. 2,1986, pp. 33-34.
5947. Russell, Nick. "Unfunny Side of Newspaper Comic Strips." Editor and
Publisher. Jan 10, 198], pp. 54-55.
5948. Shesol, Jeff. "The Gag Factor: The Taste Police Have Zapped Good Fun
from the Fwmies." Washington Post. Sept. 28,1997, pp. Cl-e2.
5949. "Stop Reducing Comic Sizes." Editor and Publisher. Aug. 16, 1986, p.
8.
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Reviews
5950. Harris, Peter. "All in Color for a Dime." The New Captain George 's
Whizzbang. No. 12, 1971, pp. 13,15.
5951. Ivey, Jim and Allan Holtz. "Stripper' s Guide." Hogan 's Alley. No.3,
19%, p. 36; No. 4, 1997, pp. 36-37.
5952. Szabo, Joe. "A Gathering, Unlikely, Yet So Appropriate." WittyWorld
International Cartoon Bulletin. No. 8, 1996, pp. 2-3.
5953. Vollmann, Peter H. "The Stripper's Bookshelf." The Funnies Paper.
March-April 2001, pp. 14-15; July-Aug. 2001, pp. 11-12; Jan.-Feb.
2002, pp. 13-14; March-April 2002, pp. 21-22; July-Aug. 2002, pp. 14-
15; July-Aug. 2003, pp. 18-19.

CULTURAL ASPECTS
Comic Strips and Culture
5954. Davidson, Sol M . "Culture & the Comic Strips." International Journal
ofComic Art. Fall 2003, pp. 233-240
5955. Davidson, Sol M. "Culture and the Comic Strips." Ph.D. dissertation,
New York University, 1959. 1032 pp.
5956. luge, M. Thomas. "Comics As Culture." Cartoonews. No. 12, 1976, pp.
9-14.

Education
5957. Bloom, Grace E. "Cartoons and Comic Strips in the English as Second
Language Class." MA thesis, Hunter College, 1979.
5958. Guenther, John. Fun with the Funnies: 50 Motivating Activities for
Language Arts, Writing, and Social Studies, Grades 4-6. Good Year
Book in Language Arts and Reading. Glenview, IL: Good Year
Books/Scott Foresman and Company, 1983.
5959. Kautz, Karen. "Attitudes and Values About Reading as Conveyed by
Newspaper Comic Strips." MA Thesis, Kean College of New Jersey,
1985.
5960. "Little People's Puzzle." Cartoonews. No. 11, 1975, pp. 31-32.
5%1. Marshall, John H. "Oh, Thank Heaven for Comic Strip Bubbles."
English Journal. April 1987, pp. 59-60.
5962. Mitchell, Peter and Michael A. Milan. "Imitation of High-Interest
Comic Strip Model's Appropriate Classroom Behavior: Acquisition and
Generalization." Child and Family Behavior Therapy. Summer 1983,
pp. 15-30.
5963. Moonoogian, George. "The Comic Strip as Education." The Funnies
Paper. Nov. 1987, pp. 14-19.
Comic Strips 303

5964. "Participatory Cartoon for Children." Editor and Publisher. Oct. 25,
1986, p. 52.
5965. Rose, 1. R "Kids' Home Newspaper." Cartoonist PROfiles. March
2001, pp. 66-73.
5966. Smith, James R "Happiness Is.. .." English Journal. 61:6 (1972), pp.
900-901.
5967. Smith, Nancy R "Copying and Artistic Behaviors: Children and Comic
Strips." Studies in Art Education. Spring 1985, pp. 147-156.
5968. "Teaching Ethics With Comic Strips." USA Today Magazine. Aug.
1997, p. 5.
5969. Urbani, Trudy. "Fun, Funny, Funnies." Teacher. Sept. 1978, pp. 60-68.
5970. Whitmer, Jean E. "Newspaper Humor: Tool for Critical Thinking and
Reading Abilities." Paper presented at Western Humor and Irony
Conference, Tempe, AZ, March 1986.

Ethnicity, Minorities, Racism


5971. Applegate, Jamie. "Homosexuality in the Comic Strips." Toronto Star.
March 25, 1993.
5972. Astor, David. "Black Progress in Comics." Editor and Publisher. Feb. 4,
1984, pp. 40-42.
5973. Astor, David "Comic with Gay Character Is Dropped by Some Papers."
Editor and Publisher. April 3, 1993, p. 32.
5974. Astor, David. "Funny Pages, Serious Themes: More Humor Comics Go
Beyond Gags." Syndicate World. March 1999. Online.
5975. Astor, David. "Little for Gays in Syndication Mix." Editor and
Publisher. Oct 10, 1992, pp. 50-52.
5976. Astor, David. "Paper Wants More Minorities in Area of Comics." Editor
and Publisher. April 23, 1988, p. 135.
5977. Astor, David. "Provides Material from Minority Angle." Editor and
Publisher. Nov. 16, 1985, 36-37.
5978. Astor, David "Teen Character in 'Luann ' Isn't Gay. " Editor and
Publisher. April 11, 1998.
5979. Bendersky, Ari. "Comic Strip with Lesbian Star Gains Ground."
Gay.comIPlanetOur.com Network. Sept. 17, 2003.
5980. Brandon, Brumsic, Jr. '''Luther' and the Black Image in the Comics."
Freedomways 14:3 (1974), pp. 233-241.
5981. Carter, John. "Serious Comics: Funny Page Humor Comes with a Bite."
Augusta Chronicle. Sept 1996. Online: Google. WWW. March 14,
2000.
5982. Dean, Gabrielle N. "The 'Phallacies' of Dyke Comic Strips." Genders.
Fall 1997, p. 199 (25).
5983. "Gay Comics Are Helping Straights 'Get It. '" Toronto Star. July 3,
1993, p. G4.
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5984. Higdon, David, L. "The American Anti-Gay Comic Strip of 1993."


Paper presented at Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, TX,
March 28, 1997.
5985. Kiernan, L. '~. H. Paper Kills Comic Strip for Gay Theme." Boston
Globe. March 27, 1993.
5986. Lawrence, David, Jr. "Where Are the Minority Comic Strip
Characters?" Minorities in the Newspaper Business. June/July 1988, p.
1.
5987. Lee, Jessica. "Reader Advocate: Comic Strip Breaks Down Stereotypes
with Humor." Arizona Daily Wildcat. Nov. 3, 2003.
5988. Naso, Markisan. "Lesbian Lead Character Invades Mainstream Comics
Page." Silver BuJ/etins. Sept. 16, 2003.
5989. Nauman, Art. "Comics Page Gets Serious: Papers Were Warned of Gay
Theme." In Facing Difference: Race, Gender and Mass Media, edited
by Shirley Biagi and Marilyn Kern-Foxworth. Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine
Forge Press, 1997.
5990. Nelson, Angela M. "Bany Jordan, 'Ace Tenor Sax Man': Comic Strips,
Black Newspapers, and the Detective Story Formula, 1954-1955." Paper
presented at Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, TX, April 10,
2004.
5991. "New Comic Strip for Black-Qwned Papers." Editor and Publisher.
March 13, 1993, pp. 31-32.
5992. "Papers Again Say No to Comic Strip." Montreal Gazette. Aug. 16,
1997.
5993. Peters, Mike. "Today's a Funny Time for Racial Humor." DaJ/as
Morning News. Jan. 18, 2004.
5994. "Popular Comic Strip Explores Gay Issues." Toronto Star. March 27,
1993, p. A2.
5995. Ryan, George E. "Irish-Americans and 'The Funnies.'" Bulletin of the
Eire Society. Feb. 7, 1965.
5996. Smith, Christopher. "Out of the Closet, into the Newspaper."
Washington Journalism Review. April 1993.
5997. Thomsen, Steven R and Debra Brown. "The 'Outing' of a Gay
Newspaper Comic Strip Character: Real and Perceived Effects in
'Middletown.", Paper presented at Popular Culture Association,
Chicago, lL, April 8, 1994. 29 pp.
Women
5998. Brogan, Madeline. "The First Lady." Cartoonist PROfiles. Dec. 1993,
pp.28-35.
5999. Chavez, D. "Perpetuation of Gender Inequality: A Content Analysis of
Comic Strips." Sex Roles. 13 (l985), pp. 93-102.
Comic Strips 305

6000. Corley, Sarah V. "Women in the Comics." Studies in Popular Culture.


No.3, 1982, pp. 61-70.
6001. Kander, John and Fred Ebb. "See You in the Funny Papers." In Woman
ofthe Year. New York: Fiddleback Music Publishing Co., 1981.
6002. LeCroy, Anne. "The Comic Stripped American Woman: Frustration,
Fantasy and Fulfillment in the Funnies." Cartonaggio.. July/Sept. 1980,
pp. 41-46.
6003 . Matera, Fran. "Feminists and the Funnies." Editor and Publisher. Oct.
24, 1987, pp. 68, 52.
6004. Nordin, Kenneth D. "Male and Female Relationships in Comic Strips: A
Longitudinal Analysis 1950-1992." In Understanding the Funnies:
Critical Interpretations of Comic Strips, edited by Gail W. Pieper,
Kenneth D. Nonlin, and Joseph Ursitti, pp. 37-46. Lisle, IL: Procopian
Press, 1997.
6005. Volper, Ronald 1. "Feminist Goals as Depicted in the Behavior of the
Husband Versus the Wife in Selected American Family Comic Strips
from 1960-1974: A Content Analysis." Ph.D. dissertation, New York
University School of Education, 1989.

Humanism, Social Consciousness, Relevancy


6006. Astor, David. "Comics on Hunger Are Auctioned." Editor and
Publisher. Dec. 6, 1986, p. 56.
6007. Astor, David. "Comic Strips on AIDS Spark Controversy." Editor and
Publisher. April 15, 1989, p. 38.
6008. Baker, Nicholson, "The Author's Desperate Bid To Save America's
Past." The New Yorker. July 24, 2000, pp. 42-61.
6009. Cantor, Muriel G. and 1. Gerard Power, eds. Methods of Observing
Popular Culture. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 1994. 184 pp.
("Publicizing, Politicizing, and NeutIalizing Homelessness: Comic
Strips").
6010. "Comic Helps SADD." Editor and Publisher. June 3, 1995 p. SO.
6011 . Consoli, John "What Does the Future Hold for Social Commentary
Comics?" Editor and Publisher. Oct. 14, 1980, p. 14.
6012. Harvey, R C. "Comics with Conscience." Cartoonist PROfiles. Dec.
1995, pp. 86-93.
6013. "It Stars Environmental Super Hero." Editor and Publisher. Dec. 29,
1990, p. 38.
6014. Mathews, R Mark and Michael Dix. "Behavior Change in the Funny
Papers: Feedback to Cartoonists on Safety Belt Use." Journal ofApplied
Behavior Analysis. 25:4 (1992), pp. 769-775.
6015. Neal, Jim. "Government Uses Comic Strip in War Against
Gobbledygook." Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 17, 1993, p. 46.
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6016. Penner, Maurice and Susan Penner. "Publicizing and Neutralizing


Homelessness: Comic Strips." Communication Research. Dec. 1994, pp.
766-781.

HISTORICAL ASPECTS
General Sources
6017. Abraham, Abu. "Comic Colonisers." Deccan Herald June 25, 1995, p.
V.
6018. Andersson, Hakan. "AventyrshjaItarna GOr Entre." BUd & Bubbla. No.
4,1996, pp. 4-11.
6019. Andersson, H3kan, et aJ. "Nattskjortor och Stalltips." BUd & BuMla.
No.3, 1996, pp. 4-9.
6020. Apeldoorn, Ger. "The Comics Since 1945." Stripschrift. Feb. 2004, pp.
22-23.
6021. Astor, David. "Many Comics Getting Up in Years." Editor and
Publisher. Oct. 3, 1992, pp. 30-32.
6022. Barker, Kenneth. "Strip Mining: Digging into the Past." Hogan's Alley.
No. 10, 2002, pp. 26-28.
6023. Barker, Kenneth. "Strip Mining: Drawn Together." Hogan ~ Alley. No.
12, 2004, pp. 30-31, 34. (Weddings in strips).
6024. Barker, Kenneth. "Strip Mining: Longtime Companion." Hogan's Alley.
No. 11, 2003, pp. 30-33.
6025. Barker, Kenneth. "Westerns." The Funnies Paper. Jan.-Feb. 2004, pp.
30-32.
6026. Beard, Frank. "Chalk Talk." Los Angeles Times. Sept 15, 1895.
6027. Berger, Arthur Asa. "The Politics of Comics." Crimmers, the Journal of
the Narrative Arts. Spring 1976, pp. 16-22.
6028. "Billy the Boy Artist." Hogan's Alley. 2:3 (1999), pp. 33-34.
6029. Bindig, Robert. '''I Remember the Name but the Face Is Not Familiar!'"
The Funnies Paper. Sept./Oct. 2000, pp. 10-13.
6030. Blackbeard, Bill. "Ninos, Capitanes y Sombreros de Hojalata." Historia
de los Comics. No. I, n. d., pp. 1-8.
6031. Blackbeard, Bill. "Truly a Book To Conjure with." Comics Journal.
June 2003, pp. 112-113.
6032. Blackbeard, Bill. "Welcome to the Void: A Comment on the Relevance
of Comic Strip History." Comics Journal. Jan. 2002, pp. 36-37.
6033. Buethe, Bob. "Deathless Deer in the Spotlight." Hogan'sA/ley. No. 11,
2003, pp. 84-89.
6034. Caswell, Lucy S. See You in the Funny Papers: American Lift As
Reflected in the Newspaper Comic Strip. Exhibition Catalogue, Ohio
State University, Aug. 1-Oct. 27, 1995. Columbus, OH: Ohio State
University Libraries, 1995. 34 pp.
Comic Strips 307

6035. Collier, Nate. "Letters of Encouragement." Hogan 's Alley. No.5, 1998,
p. 35.
6036. Coma, Javier. "Las Autenticas American Sundays." Comics
Internacional. No. 46, pp. 38-42. (fed Towers' " Animal Master Frank
Buck").
6037. Coma, Javier. "Mitos y Generos de Testimonio Cotidiano. La Forma
Americana de Vida en el Joven Sistema de los Comics." Historia de los
Comics. No. 3, n. d , pp. 57-64.
6038. "The Comics of Old." Inklings. Spring 1997, p. 8.
6039. "Comic Strip Genesis." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb., 7, 2003, p. 1.
6040. "Comic Teetotalers." The Funnies Paper. NOv.-Dec. 2002, p. 44.
6041. '"Conchy. ''' Hogan 's Alley. No.5, 1998, pp. 33-34.
6042. Couperie, Pierre. "Les Debuts du Fantastique dans la Bande Dessinee:
L'Ecole du Herald" Phenix. No. 11, 1969, pp. 56-77.
6043. Cwiklik, Gregory. "Marldng the Decline." Comics Journal. April 1995,
p. 2.
6044. Daviss, Bennett. "World of Funnies Is 'Warped with Fancy, Woofed
with Dreams.'" Smithsonian. Nov. 1987, pp. 181-195.
6045. Drewes, lac. "Goud can Oud in Kloeke Delen." Stripschrift. Feb. 1992,
pp. 50-53.
6046. Elder, Jeff. "Glad You Asked: Early Comics, Served with Hush
Puppies." Charlotte (North Carolina) Observer. Sept. 27, 2003.
6047. Evanier, Mark. "Point of View." Comics Buyer 's Guide. July 26, 19%,
p. 30.
6048. Favari, Pietro. "La Historieta desde la Cuna" Artes Visuales. June/Aug.
1979, pp. 13-22.
6049. "Flashback." Hogan 'sAlley . 2:3 (1999), p. 11.
6050. Folkman, David. "Foldies but Goodies." Hogan 's A lley. No. 10, 2002,
pp. 118-123.
6051. "Fortune Tellers." Hogan 's Alley . No. 8, 2000, p. 11.
6052. Frankenhoff, Brent, Ron Goulart, John 1. Miller, and Maggie
Thompson. " 1900s - A Hundred Years in Comics." Comics Buyer 's
Guide. Jan. 14, 2000, pp. 38-41.
6053. "The Funnies Read the Funnies." Hogan's A lley. No. 11, 2003, pp. 113-
140.
6054. Gordon, Ian. Comic Strips and Consumer Culture 1890-1945.
Washington, D.C: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1998. 233 pp.
6055. Gori, Leonardo. "Fumetti e American-Way-of-Life: Balloon a Stelle e
Strisce." Eco dJIrte Moderna. Oct.-Nov. 1980, pp. 8-9.
6056. Goulart, Ron. "Air Strips: Flying in the Funny Pages." Aviation History.
July 1995, pp. 31-36, 71.
6057. Goulart, Ron. "Commerce in the Comics." Audacity. Winter 1995, pp.
46-51. (Advertising).
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6058. Goulart, Ron. "Forgotten Funnies." Comics History Magazine. Spring


1998, pp. 9-11.
6059. Goulart, Ron. "Forgotten Funnies: The Real Knight by John J. Welch
and Jack McGuire." Comics History Magazine. Spring 1997, pp. 18-19.
6060. Goulart, Ron. "From Gags to Strips." Ron Goulart's Comic History
Magazine. Sununer 1997, pp. 18-19.
6061. Goulart, Ron. "The History of Good Girl Art, [part Two)." Ron
Goulart's Comics History Magazine. Summer 1997, pp. 3-5.
6062. Goulart, Ron. "Las Primeras Series de Aventuras." Historia de los
Comics. No.4, n. d., pp. 107-112.
6063. Goulart, Ron. "Mini-Portfolio: Fred Schwab." Comics History
Magazine. Spring 1998, pp. 16-19.
6064. Goulart, Ron. "100 Years of Comic Strips Part IV: Falling from Grace."
Comics Buyer's Guide. Dec. 22, 1995, pp. 28-29.
6065. Goulart, Ron. "Paper Airplanes." Nostalgia Illustrated Dec. 1974, pp.
19-23.
6066. Goulart, Ron. "The Rivals of Dick Tracy." Ron Goulart's Comics
HistoryMagazine. Summer 1997, pp. 20-22.
6067. Goulart, Ron. "Strip Search: Sci Fi Funnies, Part 1." Comics Feature.
Aug. 1986, pp. 44-47.
6068. Goulart, Ron. "Strip Search: Sci Fi Funnies, Part III. Comics Feature.
Dec. 1986, pp. 30-33.
6069. Goulart, Ron. "Strip Search: Sci Fi Funnies Part IV." Comics Feature.
Jan. 1987, pp. 46-49.
6070. Grunewald, Eva R "75 Years of the Comics Come to the New York
Cultural Center for 8 Weeks." Comic Fandom Monthly. Oct. 1971, pp.
16-17.
6071. Harvey, R C. "The Adventure Strip Arrives.. .with Ruffles and
Flourishes." Cartoonist PROfiles. Sept 1995, pp. 28-35.
6072. Harvey, R C. The Art of the Funnies: An Aesthetic History. Jackson:
University Press of Mississippi, 1994. 352 pp.
6073. Harvey, R C. Children of the Yellow Kid: The Evolution of the
American Comic Strip. Seattle, WA: Frye Art Museum and University
of Washington Press, 1998. 176 pp.
6074. Harvey, R C. "Comicopia." Comics Journal. Feb. 1996, pp. 121-123.
6075. Harvey, R C. "Fine-Tuning the Form." Cartoonist PROfiles. June 1995,
pp.62-67.
6076. Harvey, R C. "Hare Tonic." CAPS Oct. 1995, pp. 19-24.
6077. Harvey, R C. "Milestone at Two Score and One." Comics Journal. Dec.
1997, pp. 78-84.
6078. Harvey, R C. "More Firsts Than the Garden of Eden." Comics Journal.
Aug. 1996, pp. 113-115.
Comic Strips 309

6079. Harvey, R. C. "The Origin of a New Species." Cartoonist PROfiles.


March 1995, pp. 18-21.
6080. Harvey, R. C. "Rants and Raves." Comics Buyer's Guide. June 10,
1994, pp. 90, 92.
6081. Harvey, R. C. "R. C.'s Top 100 Print Cartoon Creations oftbe Century."
Comics Buyer 's Guide. Dec. 22, 2000, pp. 42-44.
6082. Harvey, R. C. "The Rear View Shows They' re Closer Than They
Seem." Comics JournaL June 2003, pp. 114-125.
6083 . Harvey, R. C. "Tracking the Media Footprints of the Times into the
Future of Newspaper Comics." Comics Journal. March 2001, pp. 103-
107.
6084. Hatfield, Charles. "For the Love of Craft: The Art of the Funnies. "
Comics Journal. March 1995, pp. 48-51.
6085. "Hey - Have You Seen This One?" The Funnies Paper. March/April
2002, pp. 14-16.
6086. "Hey - Have You Seen This One?" The Funnies Paper. July-Aug 2002,
pp.16-17.
6087. "Hey - Have You Seen This One?" The Funnies Paper. Sept./Oct. 2002,
pp. 6-7.
6088. "Hey - Have You Seen This One?" The Funnies Paper. Nov.lDee.
2000, pp. 7-8.
6089. "Hey - Have You Seen This One?" The Funnies Paper. Jan.-Feb. 2002,
pp. 29-31.
6090. "Hey - Have You Seen This One? Line Drawing for Reproduction by
Ashley." The Funnies Paper. Sept.-0ct 2004, pp. 40-42.
6091. HogOOn, Lacelot. "From Cave Painting to Comic Strip." Inklings. Fall
1998, p. 13 .
6092. Holtz, Allan. "The Daily Show." Hogan's Alley. No. 12, 2004, pp. 64-
80.
6093 . Holtz, Allan. "The Quest for the First Adventure Strip." Hogan's Alley.
No. 10,2002, pp. 96-108.
6094. Hormel, AI. "Among My Souvenirs." Hogan 's A lley. No. 10, 2002, pp.
29-32.
6095. Hormel, AI. "Deja Vu AllOver Again." Hogan 's Alley. No. 6, 1999, pp.
22-24.
6096. Hormel, AI. "The Funny Big Apple." Hogan's Alley. 2:3 (1999), pp. 24-
26.
6097. Hormel, AI. "Scratching an ' Itch.'" Hogan 's Alley. No. 11, 2003, pp. 34,
36-37.
6098. Hormel, AI. "Silents, Please!" Hogan 'sAlley. Fall 1994, pp. 24-27.
6099. Hormel, AI. "Silver Linings." Hogan 's Alley. No. 5, 1998, pp. 26-29.
6100. Horn, Maurice. "American Comic Strips and Silent Serials: A Parallel."
International Journal ofComic Art. Spring 2000, pp. 85-89.
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6101 . Hom, Maurice. "American Dreaming: An Analysis of the Adventure


Strip." Inside Comics. Fall 1974, pp. 14-21.
6102. Hom, Maurice. "El Nacimiento de los Comics Norteamericanos.
Infancia y Fantasia en las Primeras Paginas de Comics." Historia de los
Comics. No. 1, n. d. , pp. 21-28.
6103. Hom, Maurice. "El Reino Animal: De los Ratones y los Hombres (y los
Gatos Y los Perros y Tambien los Patos)." Historia de los Comics. No. 7,
n. <I., pp. 169-174.
6104. Hom, Maurice. "Fumetti e Silent Serials in America: Un Parallelo." 15
Programma (Lucca). 1982, pp. 66-67.
6105. Hom, Maurice. "La Continuidad en los Comics." Historia de los
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6106. Hom, Maurice. "La Striscia Western Negli Anni '30." Eureka Nov.
1978, pp. 97-100. (Westerns).
6107. Hom, Maurice. "Realismo y Relevancia en los Comics." Historia de los
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6108. Hom, Maurice. "70 ADOees de Bandes Dessinees." Phenix. Oct. 1966,
pp. 2-8.
6109. Hom, Maurice. 75 Years ofthe Comics. Boston: Boston Book and Art,
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6110. Hom, Maurice. "Tematica e Mitologia del Fumetto d 'Avventura."
Eureka. April 1974, pp. 15-24. (Adventure).
6111. "IDustIators and Cartoonists of the Present Day." The Funnies Paper.
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6112. Ivey, Jim and Allan Holtz. " Stripper' s Guide." Hogan 's A lley. No. 5,
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6113. Johnson, Mark. "First Strips." The Funnies Paper. JanlFeb. 2000, pp.
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6114. Ketcham, Hank. "Newspaper Comic Artists Remembered." Cartoonist
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6115. Kreiner, Rich. "Evolution of the Sunday Funnies." Comics Journal.
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6116. La Tuchie, Herb. "Comic Strip Sheet Music." The Funnies Paper.
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6117. La Tuchie, Herb. "Comic Strip Sheet Music." The Funnies Paper.
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6118. La Tuchie, Herb. "Comic Strip Sheet Music Part 6." The Funnies Paper.
MaylJune 2002, pp. 34-37.
6119. La Tuchie, Herb. "Comic Strip Sheet Music - Part 7." The Funnies
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6120. La Thchie, Herb. "The Yellow Kid, Little Nemo, and the Other Sheet
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6121. Lent, John A "Oh, What a Time It Was! The Early Days of the
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6122. Lindenblatt, Jeffrey. "A Fascinating Find" Hogan's Alley. 2:3 (1999), p.
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6123. Lindenblatt, Jeffrey. "The Kings of Queens." Hogan's Alley. No. 6,
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6124. Lindenblatt, Jeffrey. "The Top Ten Comic Strips." Hogan s Alley. No.
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6125. McGeean, Ed. "InkBlots." CAPS. June 1995, pp. 5-7.
6126. Maresca, Peter. "The Comics That Time Forgot." Comic Art. Winter
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6127. MarschalL Rick. "How a Comic Strip Saved a Classic Theater."
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6128. Marschall, Rick. "La Nascita del Fumetto." Programma Lucca '89.
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6129. Marschall, Rick. "Monuments and Memorials." Hogan's Alley. No.2,
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6130. MarscbaIl, Richard. "Origen y Desarrollo de la Serie en Tiras Diarias."
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6131. Mat'scbaIl, Rick. "Pertinent and Impertinent." Hogan's Alley. No.2,
1995, p. 32.
6132. Marschall, Richard. "Redescubrimiento del Humor Satirico. Las Series
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6133. Morrissey, Rich. "Snper-Heroes and Sunday Funnies." Comics Buyer's
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6134. Ng, Gay W. "The Landon Course of Cartooning." The Funnies Paper.
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6135. Nyberg, Amy K. "Vulgar Presentations: Criticism of Early Comic
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6136. Nystrom, Elsa. "The American Origins of Comic Strips." Paper
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6137. "Paper Crunch." Hogan 'sAlley. 2:3 (1999), p. 30.
6138. Perez, Ramon Fennin and Florentino Florez Fernandez. "Color y
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6139. "The Ray Burns School of Cartooning." The Funnies Paper. July/Aug.
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6140. Robbins, Trina. "Women and Children First" Inks. Nov. 1995, pp. 68-
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6141 . Roberts, Garyn G. "Chronicling a Culture: The American Comic Strip


and the Constitution" Journal ofAmerican Culture. Summer 1990, pp.
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6142. Schwartz, Ronald L. "The Chancellor Manuscript" The Funnies Paper.
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6143. Schwartz, Ron. "Debut: It All Began This Month." The Funnies Paper.
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6144. Scott, Elaine. The Funny Papers: Behind the Scenes ofthe Comics. New
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6145. Smith, C. "Hey - Have You Seen This One?" The Funnies Paper.
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6146. "So Much for Predictions." Inklings. Spring 1998, p. 6.
6147. Soper, Keny D. "Seriously Funny: A History of Satirical Newpaper
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6148. Soper, Kerry. "Targeting the Cosmos: Expanding the Definition(s) of
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6149. Stom, Thomas. "StrOvtag i Kallforteckningen." Bi/d & BuMla. No. 4,
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6150. Stredicke, Vic. "63 Years of Adventure." Penstuff June 1994, p. 8.
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6152. Vollmann, Peter H. "The Stripper's Bookshelf." The Funnies Paper.
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6153. Vollmann, Peter H. "The Stripper's Bookshelf." The Funnies Paper.
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6154. Walker, Mort "Laugh and Learn" Inklings. Special Edition 1996, pp.
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6155. Wallace, Peter, et al. "Comics' Top Events: Big Deals." Hogan 's A//ey.
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6156. Wheeler, Doug. "Before the Yellow Kid." Hogan's A//ey. No. 12, 2004,
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6157. Winchester, Mark. "A Chronology of Comic Strip Theatricals." Theatre
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6158. "The Write Stuff." Hogan s A //ey. No.6, 1999, pp. 44-45.
6159. "The Write Stuff" Hogan sAlley. 2:3 (1999), pp. 50-51.
6160. Yaszek, Lisa. " 'Them Damn Pictures': Americanization and the Comic
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6161. "You Certainly Have Changed!" Hogan s A //ey. No. 3, 1996, pp. 42-44,
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Centennial
6162. Blackbeard, Bill, ed. The Comic Strip Century: An Anthology of
American Comics: 1895-1995. Northampton, MA: Kitchen Sink Press,
1995. 2 Vols, 240 pp. each.
6163. "CBG Fan Awards: The Favorite Strips of the CentuIy." Comics
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6164. "Celebrating the Centennial of the Comic Strip." The Illustration
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6166. [Comics Centennial]. Style Weekly (Richmond VA). Dec. 6,1994.
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6168. "Editorial: 1895/1995, 100 Mos 100." El Wendigo. No. 68, 1995, p. 3.
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6170. Evry Ron and Ken Roseman. "Comic Book Centennial Celebrated in
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6173. Goulart, Ron. The Funnies: 100 Years of American Comic Strips.
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6174. Goulart, Ron. " 100 Years of Comic Strips: Part 1: Comic Book
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6175. Goulart, Ron. "100 Years of Comic Strips Part IT: The Superhero
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6176. Goulart, Ron. "100 Years of Comic Strips: Part ill: Comic-Book
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6177. Goulart, Ron. "100 Years of Comic Strips Part ill: Comic-Book Alumni
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6178. Hagenauer, George. "Let's Really Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of
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6179. Harvey, R C. "Another Century." Comics Buyer's Guide. Feb. 21,
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6180. Harvey, R C. "Celebrating the Century: Anniversary Year Comics
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6181. Harvey, R C. "A Geezer's Century." Comics Joumal. Feb. 2001, pp.
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6182. Harvey, R C. ''Ranting and Raving: Stamp Act" Comics Buyer's


Guide. Dec. 22,1995, p. 25.
6183. Holtz, Allan ''The Comic Strip Century." Inks. Nov. 1996, pp. 42-44.
6184. Hom, Mamice, ed. 100 Years of American Newspaper Comics, An
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6185. Inge, M. Thomas. Anything Can Happen in a Comic Strip: Centennial
Reflections of an American Art Form. Columbus, OH: Ohio State
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6186. Katz, Harry L. and Sara W. Duke. Featuring the Funnies: One Hundred
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6188. Marschall, Richard. "100 Years of the Funnies." American History. Oct.
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6189. "100 Years of American Cartooning!" PenstufJ. April 1995, p. 3.
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6191. Peterson, Karen S. [Comics Centennial]. USA Today. Feb. 16, 1995.
6192. Ryan, Bill. "From Popeye to Blondie, a Century of Humor Is Celebrated
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6193. "San Francisco Centennial Celebration and More." Comics Journal.
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6194. Saviane, Ercole. "Centenario dei Comics." Expocartoon. June 1996, pp.
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6195. Scancarelli, Jim. "Celebrating 100 Years of the Comics: Poster." Witty-
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6196. "Seattle Public Library and P-I Present ' 100 Years of the American
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6197. Stredicke, Victor. "Anniversary for Newspaper Comics." Cartoon
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6198. The Sunday Funnies: 100 Years ofComics in American Life. catalogue.
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6199. Weist, Jerry. "100 Years of Comics Brings $2 Million Sotheby's
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Stamps
6200. "Comic Strip Stamps a Hot Collectible."Ink/ings. Sununer 1997, p. 8.
6201. "Comic Strip Stamps Third in Postal Sales." Cartoon World Dec. 1996,
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6202. "Coming Soon: Funnies You Can Lick." US. News and World Report.
May 15, 1995.
6203. Craggs, R S. "Classic Comics on Stamps." Antiques and Collecting
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6204. HaIvey, R C. "Stamp Act." CAPS. Aug. 1995, p. 12.
6205. Hernandez, Debra Gersh. "Postmaster Unveils New Comic Stamps."
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6206. Hinckley, David. "Take a Lickin' & Keep on Stickin'." Cartoonist
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6207. Lent, John A and Hongying Liu-Lengyel. "American Comic Strip
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6208. McAllister, Bill. "Stamps Will Celebrate Comic Strips." Philadelphia
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6209. Marschall, Rick. "After a Century - Comic Strips Are Given the Stamp
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6210. "The Stamp Project." Inklings. Summer 1994, p. 11.

Comic Periodicals
6211. Fick, AI. "Cluttered Attic 6." The Funnies Paper. Jan.-Feb. 2005, pp. 9-
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6212. 'The Hunt for Circulation Is On." Comics Buyer's Guide. Sept. 5,1997,
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6213 . Kendig, Doug. "The Comic Book Magazine." The Funnies Paper. Jan.-
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6214. Kendig, Doug. "The Comic Book Magazine." The Funnies Paper.
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6215. Melby, Nathan. "Strip Magazine Hits 200th Issue." Comics Buyer's
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6216. "Old Magazine Reprint Dept." Hogan 'sAlley. No.5, 1998, pp. 128-132.

Periods
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Journal-Constitution. Sept. 26, 2003.

Pre-1920
6218. Barker, Kenneth. "The Comic Series of the New York Sunday Herald
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6219. Berengen, Ralph. "Humor of the Colored Supplement." Atlantic
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6220. Blackbeard, Bill. "First Balloon Trip to the Rainbow: Outcault's


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6221. "Comics, Sensational Journalism, and the Yellow Kid." In Mass
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6222. "The Comic Supplement." The Outlook. April 15, 1911, p. 802.
6223. "Comic Supplements a Menace, He Says." New York Times. June 10,
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6224. "Comic Supplements a Source of Evil." New York Times. Jan. 27, 1911,
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6225. "Comic Supplements Publicly Denounced." New York Times. April 7,
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6226. "A Crime Against American Children." Ladies Home Journal. Jan. 9,
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6227. "Cultivating Dreamfulness." Outlook. 62 (1907), p. 1538.
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6229. Kanfer, Stefan. "From the Yellow Kid to Yellow Journalism."
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6230. Kidson, Mike. "Permanence vs. Ephemerality: Pre-Industrial Revolution
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6231. McCardell, Roy L. "Opper, Outcault and Company: The Comic
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,1905, pp. 763-772.
6232. McCardell, Roy L. "Opper, Outcault and Company: The Comic
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6233. "Made Insane by Cartoons of the New York Sunday Papers." Mansfield
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6234. "Make 'Comics' Educational." Survey. April 15, 1911, p. 103.
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6236. Nystrom, Elsa. "A Rejection of Order: The Development of the
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6237. Olson, Richard D. "'Say! Dis Is Grate Stuff': The Yellow Kid and the
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6238. OutcauIt, Richard F. "How the Yellow Kid Was Born; The Man Who
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6239. 'The Passing of the American Comic." American Bookman. Vol. 22,
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6240. PavIa!, Eric. "Proto-Comics: Comics before Newspaper Strips." Comics
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6241. Richards, P. Zeichner und Gezeichnete - A us den Erinnerungen Eines
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6242. "The Rise and Fall of Yellow Journalism 1892-1914." The Funnies
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6243. Rizzo, Frank C. "Seeing Ourselves in the Funny Papers: Early Comics
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6244. "Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children Issues Annual Report."
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6245. "Sounding the Doom of the ' Comics.'" Current Literature. Dec. 1908,
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6246. Swift, Lindsay. "Atrocities of Color Supplements." The Printing Art.
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6247. Szep, Paul. "In 90's, When Comics Sold Newspapers." Nieman Reports.
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6248. Townsend, Edward W. Chimmie Fadden, Major Max, and Other
Stories. New York: Lovell, Coryell and Co., 1895.
6249. "Two Cartoonists Jailed As Spies." Cartoons Magazine. Feb. 1918, p.
288.
6250. "The Vulgar Supplement Again." Outlook. June 5, 1909, p. 307.
6251. Walker, Brian. The Comics BefOre 1945. New York: Harry N. Abrams,
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6252. Wheeler, Doug. "Comic Strips Before the Yellow Kid." Comics Buyer 's
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6253 . "With the Cartoonists: Changes in Chicago." Cartoons Magazine. July
1918, p. 135.
6254. Zepezauer, Mark. "Before Tights... Comix Prehistory." It. Aug. 1994,
unpaginated.

1921-1940
6255. "Broadcasting Fun: The Comics on the Air." Circulation. March 1926,
p. 16.
6256. "Comics - and Their Creators." Literary Digest. Feb. 17, 1934.
6257. "Comics of the 30s." The New Captain George's Whizzbang. " No. 11,
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6258. "The Funny Papers." Fortune. April 1933, p. 92.
6259. "Funny Strips: Cartoon-Drawing Is Big Business; Effects on Children
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6260. Harvey, R. C. "The Captain and the Comics: A Capsule History of the
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6261. Horn, Maurice. "Starts Today: Batman. The Original 1940s Newspaper
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6262. McAdam, Charles V. "Plop! Wham! Zowie!" College Humor. Feb.
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6263. McCord, David F. "The Social Rise of the Comics." The American
Mercury. July 1935, pp. 363-364.
6264. Mendez, Annando. "Something Cool: Alex Raymond, Rip Kilby, and
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6265. Miller, Frank D. "From Bank Teller to Commercial Artist" The Funnies
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6266. Miller, Frank D. "Newspaper Requirements." The Funnies Paper.
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6267. Rizzo, Frank C. "Comics Create the Working Girl." Atlanta Journal-
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6268. Rizzo, Frank C. "Hard Times, Humor in Depression-Ern Strips." Atlanta
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6269. Scheinfeld, Amrnm. "A Portrait in Zowie." Esquire. Nov. 1935, pp. 78,
140-144.
6270. Young, W. H. "Images of Order: American Comic Ships During the
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1941-1960
6271. "Comics of the 40s." The New Captain George's Whizzbang. No. 10,
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6272. "Comics of the 50s." The New Captain George's Whizzbang. No. 12,
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6273. Els Comics Tal Com Eren (1930'-1950'). Planes Dominicals
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6274. Harkins, Anthony. "Commies, H-Bombs, and the National Security
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6276. Reynolds, Moira Reynolds. Comic Strip Artists in American
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6277. Rizzo, Frank C. "In '50s, Comics Turned from Adventure to Laughs."
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6278. Rizzo, Frank C. "Patriotic Comics Characters Help Fight WWII."


Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Sept. 24, 2003.
6279. Smith, Rodney D. "A Study of the International Political Events and
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Doctoral dissertation. Ball State University, 1979.
6280. Wiley, George T. "'Freckles and His Friends': 1941-1945. Teenagers
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6281. Yronwode, Catherine. "La Segunda Guerra Mundial y los Comics: EI
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LEGAL AND ETHICAL ASPECTS


General Sources
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1991, p. 34.
6283. Astor, David. "A Dispute Continues." Editor and Publisher. Sept. 28,
1991, pp. 28-30.
6284. Astor, David. "More Papers Cancel Controversial Comic." Editor and
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6285. Astor, David "Ownership Discussed by NFC Panelists." Editor and
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6286. Astor, David. ''The Territorial Exclusivity Controversy." Editor and
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6295. Fordran, Monika and April Zion. ''The Funny World of Comic
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6296. Gilson, Jerome and Nicholas Valenziano. "Trademark Law: More
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6298. Griffith, Bill. "Lobel Files Libel Suit in Response to ' Get Fuzzy" Strip."
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