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Rocket's Blast Comicollector / RBCC (1962) - #96
G. B. Love


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  Writer(s):
Hamilton Benedict
Larry Bigman
Gary Brown
Mark Burbey
Victor K. Kally
Jason Leeds
Gordon B. Love
Raymond Miller
Rex Miller
Greg W. Myers
Howard Siegel
James Van Hise
Andy. Warner
Robert Weinberg

Penciller(s):
Andy. Warner

Inker(s):
Andy. Warner

Editor(s):
Gordon B. Love
James Van Hise

Cover Artist(s):
Bob Juanillo
 

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Cover Date: Fall 1972
Cover Price: US $ 1.00

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Black & White; Magazine; 108 pages

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Letters Column: Blasts From The Readers

Synopsis:
RBCC was still primarily an adzine at this time (though the many ads make for fun, nostalgic reading). Regular columns include Critique, The Williamson Collector, The Pulps, The RB-CC Information Center, The Keyhole, Premium Classics and Comic Collector's Comments.

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The cover features a beautiful BOB JUANILLO illustration of a barbarian holding a bloody spear and decapitated head. (NOTE: RBCC covers customarily did not have any text on them, including even the title of the magazine. This cover keeps that custom.)

This issue's one-page BLASTS FROM THE READERS includes letters from GORDON BAILEY (Fort Worth, TX), H. WARREN (Miller Place, NY), and DAVID LINDSAY (Tucker, GA).

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"Critique" - Edit this story

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Writer(s):
Gary Brown
Mark Burbey
Victor K. Kally
Jason Leeds
Gordon B. Love
Greg W. Myers
James Van Hise
Andy. Warner

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Notes:
This seven-page edition covers a lot of ground, reviewing many magazines, posters, comics and fanzines, including HPL: A TRIBUTE TO HOWARD PHILLIPS LOVECRAFT (a 144-page magazine published by Meade & Penny Frierson); SKULL #5 (Lovecraft issue); COMIXSCENE #1 (Steranko's magazine); FANTASTIC FANZINE SPECIAL #2 (Gary Groth's 'zine); and PRINCE VALIANT #1 (from Street Enterprises).

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Rex Miller

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REX MILLER's column focuses on SGT. PRESTON of the radio program CHALLENGE OF THE YUKON, providing a history of the program and a 25-item premium checklist. Fun stuff.

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Howard Siegel

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Synopsis:
Among the many subjects touched upon in this installment, HOWARD P. SIEGEL reviews the book THE STORY OF THE PHANTOM by Lee Falk (Avon), weighs in on the 1972 Comic Art Fan Awards, provides a fan profile of JOHN WRIGHT and looks at "minor league super-heroes" Captain 3D and War Eagle. Adding to the fun is a word search puzzle and a copy of the No Prize received by DUFFY VOHLAND.

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Raymond Miller

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Synopsis:
RAYMOND MILLER tackles questions from readers. This installments also contains a CAPTAIN MARVEL INDEX spanning from 1940's SPECIAL EDITION COMICS through CAPTAIN MARVEL #34 (April 1944).

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Writer(s):
Hamilton Benedict

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HAMILTON BENEDICT touches on Kirby's alleged dissatisfaction at DC, Steranko's turning down DC's offer to do a SHADOW series and DC's coming revival of CAPTAIN MARVEL as SHAZAM. The bulk of Benedict's piece concern the maturing of underground comix: "It appears that more and more undergrounds are turning away from the crude sex and violence syndrome that has branded them for so long and characterized them as being little better than the crude scrawls passed around in study hall. SLOW DEATH, SKULL and FANTAGOR have become top-notch publications of fantasy and horror, being well written and well drawn by such artists as Richard Corben ... Irons, Jaxon, Sheridan and Herb Arnold."

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Robert Weinberg

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Synopsis:
JIM VAN HISE and ROBER WEINBERG present Part One of their two-part look at THE SHADOW. Opposite their informative article is a full-page cover repro of THE SHADOW MAGAZINE for August 1, 1937 featuring "The Shadow Unmasks."

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