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He Said/She Said Comics Presents (1993) - #1
"The Amy Fisher Story / The Joey Buttafuoco Story"
1st Amendment Publishing


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Cover Date: 1993
Cover Price: US $ 3.00

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Black & White; Flipbook; 32 pages

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Letters Column: Letters to the Editor

Synopsis:
A straightforward and accurate recounting of the affair between Joey Buttafuoaco and Amy Fisher that culminated in Amy's attempted murder of Joey's wife Mary Jo on May 20, 1992.

Notes:
in addition to the two illustrated stories, the comic contains a number of text features: (1) The Cast, which identifies 19 players in the media circus; (2) A Chronology of events from Amy and Joey's first meeting in 1990 through March 8, 1993; (3) The Official Amy Fisher Story Top 5 List (e.g., five people Amy should have shot); (4) mock advice columns titled "Ask Amy" and "Ask Joey"; (5) Letters to the Editor, and (6) a glossy centerfold pinup of a gun-wielding Amy painted by Michael Apice.

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"Attack??!! The Amy Fisher Story as told in her own words" - Edit this story

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