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    Jay L. Zilber
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Bio:
A highly visible DC Comics letterhack and active participant in "Legion of Super-Heroes" fandom during the 70s and 80s; founding member of the first Legion APA, Interlac. Published three issues of "Fandom Funnies," a humor/parody-zine, and one issue of "Glx Sptzl Glaah!" celebrating the work of Sheldon Mayer. Wrote a handful text columns that appeared in Legion of Super-Heroes in the late 1970s, and contributed three stories to DC's mystery-horror line circa 1980.

Date of Birth: 12-02-1956
Birthplace: Evanston, Illinois

E-mail: zilberhere@gmail.com

Notes:
If anyone's wondering whatever happened to ol' Zilb, and why he didn't pursue comics writing as a career -- very simply, one day he came to realize that he just didn't have the passion required to churn out tales of giant-size omnipotent super-beings tearing one another limb from limb every single month, and moved on to do other things.

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Essential Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe (2006)
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe (1983)

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