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FANDOM FEATURE #1 (Feb 1982) Ergo Enterprise

cover:  Curt Swan
Date: Feb 1982
Cover Price:  $1.50
Publisher: Ergo Enterprise

Features art by George Perez

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    FANDOM FEATURE #1 (Feb 1982)
    Ergo Enterprise

    Silver Surfer illustration from Fandom Feature #1

    posted Sep 26, 2016, 6:52 PM by Vu Nguyen

    FANDOM FEATURE #1 (Feb 1982)
    Ergo Enterprise
    Ilke writes:

    Thank you to John Boylan (of, who shared with me George's Silver Surfer illustration from Fandom Feature #1.


    The debut issue of Fandom Feature features a little Swamp Thing article related to the launch of series two. It also contains a whole lot of Superman, including an interview with Curt Swan. I love these kinds of fanzines and the art that typically comes with them.

    The zine kicks off with a Silver Surfer illustration by George Perez. I was recently contacted by his website,, for a copy of the image to use on his site. I’ll be sure to let everyone know when it’s online. 
    Fandom Feature #1 (Fanzine) features Silver Surfer artwork by George Perez
    posted Mar 28, 2014, 12:51 PM by Vu Nguyen

    FANDOM FEATURE #1 (Feb 1982)
    Ergo Enterprise
    heroes-in-action writes:

    This is a local Connecticut fanzine called Fandom Feature published in 1980's. The fanzine features an in-depth interview with The late Curt Swan. Swan was known for his years at DC and is considered the definitive Superman artist of his time.The fanzine is signed by Curt Swan. Fandom Feature is black and white and also includes an Article on Star Wars, a Silver Surfer drawing by George Perez and a Captain America piece by Jerry Bingham.