Ken Meyer Jr.’s Top 20 Art Pieces!

Many of our readers here at ComicAttack.net may not know that Ken Meyer Jr., our Ink Stains columnist, is a well published artist throughout the comic book and gaming industries. He’s worked on comics and art pieces for n...
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Ink Stains 38: Charlton Bullseye 4/5

If you like the fanzine CPL and Charlton comics, this is the installment for you: Charlton Bullseye! Charlton Bullseye 4, 5: 1976 Editor/Publisher: Robert Layton In the 1970s the “Big Two” saw that fanzines were gar...
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Ink Stains 10: Bald Ego 2

For artist/writers such as Frank Miller, David Mazzucchelli, and David Lapham, telling a good story is the most important thing. The same holds true for this column’s subject, Earl Geier in his fanzine, Bald Ego. Bald Ego...
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Ink Stains 59: Fantafolio 3 and InterFan

There was really only one organization that mobilized fan artists and writers as a unit, and that was InterFan!   Fantafolio 3: 1980 Editor and publisher: Peppy White   At only 20 years of age, Peppy White had already...
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Ink Stains 57: Fantastic Fanzine Special 1

What? Every issue of Fantastic Fanzine is special? I couldn’t agree more! Fantastic Fanzine Special 1: 1969 Editor and Publisher: Gary Groth Welcome back to the wonderful fragrant world of Ink Stains, true believers! Du...
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Ink Stains 53: Scream Door 1

Scream Door had one of the coolest fanzine names ever, as well as great artists such as Berni Wrightson, Michael Kaluta, and more! Scream Door 1: 1971 Publishers: Mark Feldman and Robert Lewis Scream Door was aptly named, since...
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P. Craig Russell Interview

Philip Craig Russell has been working steadily in the comic book field for close to 40 years now. Though his first full comic job was an Ant-man book, it was his extended run of Killraven/War of the Worlds in Amazing Adventures...
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Ink Stains 30: 1981 Fandom Spectacular

It’s serious business, folks! Ominous lettering! Massive power beams! Geometric headgear! Waist crunching logo belts! We must be in superhero land! Fan Spectacular 1981 Publisher: Matt Bucher There were a few young go get...
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Ink Stains 21: Anomaly 3

Jan Strnad has written for Warren, DC, Dark Horse, the television industry, and published several books. But he cut his teeth on his very own fanzine, Anomaly! Anomaly 3: 1971 Editor and Publisher: Jan Strnad Writer Jan Strnad ...
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Ink Stains 26: Venture 5

Venture was a training ground and showcase for some big names in comics, including Brent Anderson, Frank Cirocco, Gary Winnick, and in this issue, Jeff Jones, Alex Nino, Neal Adams, Tom Orzechowski, and Steve Oliff. Venture 5: ...
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Ink Stains 71: Comic Crusader 5 and 6

  Not one but TWO issues of Martin Greim’s Comic Crusader! Comic Crusader 5 and 6: 1969 Editor and publisher: Martin L. Greim Comic Crusader is one of those fanzines that really exhibited a real love for fandom and ...
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Ink Stains 9: Woweekazowie 3 and 4

Many fanzines were repositories for spot illos and fanboy articles on the latest ‘it’ character.  A few, like Woweekazowie, looked to be training grounds for those that truly wanted to make it in professional comic...
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