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THE FAN'S-ZINE #8 (Spr/Sum 1979) MCG

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THE FAN'S-ZINE #8
Date:  Spr/Sum 1979
Cover Price:  $1.00
Publisher:  MCG

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Part Two of an interview with George Pérez

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Scan and information from mycomicshop.com

Spring-Summer 1979. Sub-Mariner index, fanzine reviews, George Perez interview part 2, article on Adam Warlock. Red Sonja pin-up by Gilbert Hernandez. Quad-Man comic by Jay Van Bockel and Mark Heike. Cyclops (X-Men) cover by Dave Cockrum/Doug Hazelwood. 8-3/8-in. x 11-in.; black and white; 48 pages. Cover price $1.00.


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     January 31, 2002 | FAN'S-ZINE #8
    From Tony Lorenz
    Here's a little something for the checklist, THE FAN'S-ZINE #8, it has the second part of an interview, continued from issue #7, in which I've had for years. I just won this off of Ebay for around $7.00, it measures 8.5 x 11, 48 pages published in spring-summer of 1979, it has a 4 1/2 page interview and the header art for the interview is listed as George's art inked by Doug Hazlewood, that art must have been very loose layouts, because the art doesn't look like George's.

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