The lettercol contains only one letter, from AL KRACALIK (Rosemont, IL), which responds to LAWRENCE WATT-EVANS' column in CC #3 on pre-code comics. Kracalik proves himself quite knowledgeable on the subject over the course of his lengthy letter.
A full-page ad for Graphitti Designs features art by WILLIAM STOUT.
NOTE: Several artists are uncredited due to lack of attribution in the 'zine, among them LEO (who contributes a couple gag panels) and NAVARRO (who contributes a full-page, full-color comic strip called BUGS).
Synopsis: TERRY BEATTY offers counsel to would-be comic artists by recalling his own efforts in becoming a professional illustrator. The six-page article features numerous examples of his work from MS. TREE.
Synopsis: WILL MURRAY writes about (and raves about) JOHN BYRNE's revitalization of THE FANTASTIC FOUR since assuming creative control with #232.
The 14-page article includes fascinating sidebars about attempts to determine Kirby's inkers on FANTASTIC FOUR #1-10 and about Kirby's trick in giving the '4' on the uniforms a 3-D hologram effect. The article is abundantly illustrated with Kirby and Byrne artwork, panel and cover repros.
Synopsis: KIM METZGER's thorough examination of the evolution of the SUPERGIRL saga. The 13-page article features a photo her longtime artist JIM MOONEY and many, many panels and covers from Supergirl's storied career in comics, closing with art from the adaptation of the 1984 SUPERGIRL movie.
Synopsis: DAVID PUCKETT addresses the unthinkable: selling one's collection. He provides practical tips for getting the most for your books (though greatly outdated having been written pre-Ebay). GRASS GREEN provides a fun, full-colr cartoon at the open of the article.