Posts Tagged ‘Jeff Jones’
 

 

Ink Stains 101: Infinity 6

One of the best “artzines” to ever be published, Infinity┬áis back for a repeat performance! Infinity 6: January 1976 Publishers and editors: Adam Malin and Gary Berman I have profiled Infinity thrice already, inclu...
by kenmeyerjr
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Ink Stains 95: Infinity 3

If there was one fanzine that epitomized the term, “artzine,” it was Infinity, with issue three containing Jeff Jones, Berni Wrightson, Frank Brunner, Michael Kaluta and much more! Infinity 3: 1971 Editors and publi...
by kenmeyerjr
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Ink Stains 64: Word Balloons 1

In the fanzine world, Gary Groth is known for Fantastic Fanzine, but don’t forget Word Balloons! Word Balloons 1, March, 1974 Editor and Publisher: Gary Groth Those of you that are old codgers like myself, or that follow ...
by kenmeyerjr
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Ink Stains 55: Panorama 1

Not satisfied with producing The Collector, one of the best fanzines around, Bill G. Wilson decided to exhibit even more excellence with Panorama! Panorama 1: 1971 Editor and Publisher: Bill G. Wilson In the summer of 1971, Bil...
by kenmeyerjr
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Dark Horse Reviews: Flash Gordon Archives Vol. 3

Flash Gordon Archives Vol. 3 Publisher: Dark Horse Written By: Bill Pearson and Joe Gill Art By: Pat Boyette, Reed Crandall, and Jeff Jones Intro By: Scott Shaw! Things just keep getting better as Dark Horse rockets into its th...
by Drew
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Ink Stains 28: Abyss 1

Abyss 1 Abyss Publications, November 1970 If you like the great EC comics of the past, or the similar publications that came later, you will love Abyss! Abyss is composed of stories that were originally intended for the short l...
by kenmeyerjr
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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: ...
by kenmeyerjr
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Ink Stains 17: Graphic Illusions

Sometimes the best art comes in small – or in this case, thin – publications. Graphic Illusions boasted some pretty big name artists in its only issue. Graphic Illusions, Summer 1971 Editor and Publisher: Rob Gustav...
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Ink Stains 16: Comic Crusader 10

Most fanzines were quick flash in the pans. Martin L. Greim’s Comic Crusader stuck around for a whopping 17 issues, and was the first to publish many great fan artists who later became pros. Comic Crusader 10: 1970 Publis...
by kenmeyerjr
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Ink Stains 13: Seraphim 5

Seraphim was one of the select group of fanzines that catered to those that appreciated the best artists in the business. The final issue delivered in spades, with stalwarts such as Al Williamson, Berni Wrightson, and Kenneth S...
by kenmeyerjr
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