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The Independent Comic Guide. A comics review and commentary magazine that is devoted to publishers with less than 50,000 print runs. Take the risk out of buying independents! Featuring an Armando Gil interview & art. Plus: an interview with DC Vertigo editor Karen Berger (see #2 for this interview’s continuation). Cover by Armando Gil. Warning: this is NOT a price guide. Cover price $2.50.  

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The Independent Comic Guide. Featuring the second part of the Karen Berger interview, continued from #1. Cover by Kyle Hotz. B&W. Cover price $2.50.  

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Magazine size; 1993Dan DebonoKyle Hotz

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The Outlaw Comics; ca. 1994Dan DebonoKyle Hotz

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  1/1/1994
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The Hottest Women of Independents; Cover by Jon Spratlin  

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Science Fiction in Independent Comics! For this issue, indy presents a full-color cover by Blazer Studios’ Daniel Reed. This month’s theme centers around science fiction in independent comics. B&W.  

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  7/1/1994
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Interviews with Don Simpson, Jeff Smith, and Brian CliftonDan DeBono, Sina Khelil, Sid Fontainbleu, Jeff Mason, Jon Spratlin, Jeff Austin, Brian CliftonDonald Simpson, Jeff Smith, Brian Clifton, Jeff Austin

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The Halloween Horror Special! Indy presents a full-color cover by Tim Vigil, as well as an exclusive interview with the talented co-creator and artist of the controversial Faust. Plus: interviews with Mike Allred, Paul Chadwick & Mike Diana, and The Goblin Strikes Again. B&W. Cover price $2.95.  

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The Source for Independent Comics Coverage. Find out all about THB’s Paul Pope as indy goes in-depth on this remarkable series. Also, Bernie Mirault talks about The Jam, and Teri Wood gives indy readers the scoop on Wandering Star. As always, indy features all the news and reviews that you’ll need to stay on top of the dynamic world of independent comics. Cover by Paul Pope. Recommended for Mature Audiences. Magazine, B&W. Cover price $2.95.  

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THE Independent Comic Book Mag. Terry Moore talks about his current series, Strangers in Paradise, and why his best work is yet to come. Optic Nerve’s hot creator, Adrian Tomine, discusses his new series at Drawn & Quarterly. Plus: CatHead Comics, and French Comics. Cover by Terry Moore. Recommended for Mature Audiences. Cover price $2.95.  

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THE Guide to Independent Comix! Bill Tucci, the creator, writer and artist of Shi, discusses his rise to the top, and what he plans to give his fans in the future. Also: Cavewoman creator Budd Root talks about his comic book creation, the move to Caliber Press, and why dinosaurs and humans just can’t get along! Plus, Zander Cannon discusses his critically acclaimed fantasy-adventure series, The Replacement God. Cover by Bill Tucci and Nelson Asencio. Recommended for Mature Audiences. Magazine, B&W. Cover price $2.95.  

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THE Guide to Alternative Comix! Charles Vess gives indy readers the scoop on his new projects and a look back at his career so far. Plus: Peter Kuper, Batton Lash, Marc Hempel, Mark Wheatley and more. Cover by Charles Vess. Recommended for Mature Audiences. Magazine, B&W. Cover price $2.95.  

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The guide to alternative comix and film. As always, indy Magazine features all the news, reviews, interviews and articles you’ll need to stay on top of the wonderful world of independent comics. Eisner Award winner Evan Dorkin gives you the scoop on his numerous projects from Milk & Cheese to The Mask and Space Ghost: Coast to Coast. Plus, interviews with Bob Fingerman and Rob Walton. Also: Adrian Tomine. Cover by Evan Dorkin. Mature Readers. Magazine, 56 pg, B&W. Cover price $2.95.  

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The guide to alternative comix and film. This issue: Shannon Wheeler tells readers about his goal to have a Constitutional Amendment passed making coffee the national drink. Plus: a sneak peek at Kevin Smith’s new movie, Chasing Amy, as well as an interview with Smith. Also, David Lapham gives readers a behind-the-scenes tour of Stray Bullets! And Harvey Pekar, the autobiographical comic book legend, is engaged in an intense discourse about comics and their place in literature, including his own contributions with American Splendor. Too Much Coffee Man cover by Shannon Wheeler. Mature Readers. Magazine, 56 pg, B&W. Cover price $2.95.  

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The guide to alternative comics. In this special issue, enigmatic Jim Woodring illustrates the creepy original cover and talks about his life and career as a cartoonist. Other features include: Jason Lutes (Berlin), Jessica Abel (Artbabe), Jon Lewis (Spectacles) and Tom Hart (The Sands). Magazine, B&W. Cover price $2.95.