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ERB-dom   (1960)
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Publisher: Opar Press

Publication Date: May 1960 - November 1976

Country: United States

Language: English

Notes:
Science-fiction fanzine ERB-dom began as a labor of love from Edgar Rice Burroughs fans Al Guillory, Jr. and Camille "Caz" Cazedessus Jr. in May 1960. The title is an amalgamation of "Domain of Edgar Rice Burroughs."

Guillory was killed in a car-train collision, but Cazedessus continued publishing ERB-dom until 1976.

It went on to win the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine in 1966.

ERB-dom was eventually printed in color, containing extensive runs of Russ Manning's Tarzan newspaper comic strip pages (both color Sunday and black & white daily strips.) It went to monthly publication in 1970 and then back to quintly (5 times per year). It ceased publication with issue #89 in late 1976.

Number of issues cataloged: 4



Issue   Title   Story Arc   Cover Date
88
 
 
  September 1976
85
 
 
  February 1976
83
 
 
  September 1975
80
 
 
  February 1975







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