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The Comic Reader (1961) - #156
Street Enterprises


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  Writer(s):
Fred G. Hembeck
Mike Tiefenbacher

Penciller(s):
Fred G. Hembeck

Inker(s):
Fred G. Hembeck

Editor(s):
David Finger
Jerome Sinkovec
Mike Tiefenbacher

Cover Artist(s):
Larry Houston
Tom F. Sutton - 'TFS, Dementia, Grisly, Sean Todd'
 

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Cover Date: May 1978
Cover Price: US $ 0.75

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Black & White; Fanzine; 30 pages

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Letters Column: TCR Mailboat

Synopsis:
News from the major publishers and details on the August 1978 cover dated comics, including a multitude of cover reproductions.

Notes:
The front cover features The Black Panther vs The White Tiger by LARRY HOUSTON and the back cover boasts an illustration of The Scarlet Witch and a dragon by TOM SUTTON.

FRED HEMBECK provides a full-color six-panel strip that opens with Captain America saying, "It's not easy being a living legend... sigh." Cap goes on to discuss his various and recent comic book chroniclers.

TCR Mailboat opens with a letter from Gary Groth re The Comic Art Fan Awards.

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Rona Blabbit discusses a great number of media events circa 1978, including the SUPERMAN movie and the anticipated STAR TREK film. The Fall 1978 Saturday morning line-ups for all three networks are listed. The NEW AVENGERS, HULK and SPIDER-MAN series are discussed, as is the British series THE TWO RONNIES.

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