Posts Tagged ‘Roy Krenkel’
 

 

Ink Stains 100: SpaFon 5

The hundredth column! Befitting that milestone, feast your eyes on…Spa Fon 5, featuring Frazetta, Steranko, Kaluta, Wrightson, Frank Brunner, and many more! Spa Fon 5: September 1969 Publisher and primary editor: Rich Hau...
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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...
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Ink Stains 89: Amra 58-61

The big grandaddy of fantasy fanzines, Amra! Not one, but four issues! Amra 58-61: 1973-1974 Edited and published by George H. Scithers Amra may be the longest, or close to the longest running fanzine of all time. The only othe...
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Ink Stains 87: Sense of Wonder 12

All hail the returning champion, Sense of Wonder returns for its 12th and final issue! Sense of Wonder 12: Summer/Fall 1972 Publisher/Editor: William Schelly Confession time! I am up against a few deadlines at the moment; prepa...
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Ink Stains 49: This is Legend 1

Want to see early Wrightson, Kaluta, and more? This is Legend gives it to you! This is Legend 1: 1970 Editor/Publisher: Richard L. Jennings With a name like This is Legend, you had better be sure you have the ammo to back up th...
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Ink Stains 35: Infinity 2

Even early on, Infinity boasted a myriad of big name artists, including Berni Wrightson, Roy Krenkel, Jeff Jones, Frank Brunner and more…all this and more in the second issue! Infinity 2: 1970 Editors/Publishers: Adam Mal...
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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 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 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...
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