Posts Tagged ‘gene day’
 

 

Ink Stains 99: Chronicle 5

This installment you see the last and best issue of what was a steadily improving fanzine, Chronicle, from George Breo. See John Byrne, Gene Day, Chuck Dixon, Brent Anderson and more, including 6 stories and a bunch of great p...
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Ink Stains 97: CPL 8

Neal Adams, John Byrne, Craig Russell, Howard Chaykin, Don Maitz…all this and more in CPL 8! CPL 8: 1974 Editor/publisher: Bob Layton Anyone who follows this column knows what high regards I have for the fanzine, Contempo...
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Ink Stains 96: Graphex 3

Another great “little zine,” Graphex 3 has some cool work by McCollum, Herzog, Mowry…and me! First off, I apologize for the tardiness of this installment. I was on convention (actually, Magic the Gathering Gra...
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Ink Stains 85: Project One

Away from the present day, into the past day…Gene Day and Project One! Project One: 1975 Publisher: William McMichael, Editor: George Breo This column will be slightly different than preceding installments. Since this fan...
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Ink Stains 83: Radion 7

Back for round 2, Tom Mason with Radion 7! Radion 7, July 1978 Editor and publisher, Tom Mason What?  Tom Mason won’t go away? This guy again, you say? Yes, I say! I was just recently gifted with issue 7, the cover of w...
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Ink Stains 70: Amazing Science Fantasy

  Talk about big guns blasting early…John Byrne, Gene Day, and Dave Sim are firing fast in this fanzine, Amazing Science Fantasy! Amazing Science Fantasy 1: 1975 Publisher: William McMichael; editor: George Breo (Windy C...
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Ink Stains 22: Epitaph

Gene Day worked in professional comics for a spell, including a great run on Marvel’s Master of Kung–Fu. But, before his big break came, he contributed to many fanzines, including today’s installment, Epitaph!...
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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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