THE BUYER'S GUIDE FOR COMIC FANDOM #294 (06 Jul 1979) Alan Light

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THE BUYER'S GUIDE FOR COMIC FANDOM #294
Date: 06 Jul 1979
Cover Price: $
Publisher: Alan Light

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Galactus vs the Sphinx cover; Superstars Emporium ad has art by George Perez; illustration by Grass Green; ad for Taystee Super Hero Sticker Cards has art by Jimmy Palmiotti; this is a newspaper format - some pages may have some tears (ads cut from page 27/28, 53/54, 65/66, 79/80)


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    Newspaper (22 pages)
    writer:  Fred Hembeck
    art:  Fred Hembeck
    George Perez
    Jimmy Palmiotti
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    Destry Chaldean and Valah-Nel in the Buyer's Guide for Comic Fandom #294

    posted Feb 21, 2016, 8:04 AM by Vu Sleeper


    THE BUYER'S GUIDE FOR COMIC FANDOM #294 (06 Jul 1979)
    Alan Light
    Ilke writes:

    Kevin Gould posted this on March 5, 2015 on the George Pérez Fan Page:

    "I'm going though various clippings from "The Comics Buyer's Guide," found an ad from 1979 for the "Superstars Expo '79" with two (naturally, very good) sketches of two characters -- one a male named "Destry Chaldean" , the other a female (a bit like Starfire) with the name "Valah-Nel." Are these two characters I've missed? Anyone know where they are from, or is this their only appearance? Will scan if anyone needs help."

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    George Perez responded:

    This was likely a fan creation that I was asked to draw at a NY con (judging by the phone number). Looking at the hairstyle, I'd assume it to be early 80s-- since it definitely has a Starfire vibe.


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