Friday, August 27, 2010
Lots of good stuff going on with this fanzine.
Can you imagine what it was like back then?
Once-popular characters that were being discovered by a new generation of fans were not guaranteed of ever being seen in new stories. Fans let their views be known through fanzines and loc's to the comic editors but ultimately, it was out of their hands.
They truly didn't know if Plastic Man, Capt. Marvel, or Hawkman (well, maybe Hawkman) would ever appear in a new comic again.
I love this fanzine's cover. M.C. Escher influenced and it kind of reminds me of the Brian Bolland Animal Man cover which it predates.
My grandfather was a sign painter and used a similar theme in a sign he created for his shop in 1932, so that is why it is so close to my heart. If anybody would like to see it, post and I'll fit it in sometime.
I will be posting a lot of fanzine groups soon so if anyone has a request, please let me know and if I have it, up it goes.
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
This is Jim Van Hise's 'Best of RBCC'. I do not have a copy, but I assume it's focus is predominately of his tenure on the book and not so much the material produced during G.B. Love's run.
If anyone has a copy of it and would care to verify or repudiate this, please comment.