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Summer 2000 - 100 pages
Justice Society Section
Together Again for the First Time: The Justice Society of America
A condensed Cook's Tour of all the JSAers - with more rare and unpublished artwork than you can shake a Gravity Rod at!
Shelly Mayer: Origins of The Golden Age
All-Star! Flash Comics! Green Lantern! Wonder Woman! He edited them all, and lived to tell the tale in this classic 1975 interview by Anthony Tollin.
DC vs. The Justice Society
Writer/artist Larry Ivie has his say on the birth of the Silver Age... and what he says may surprise you.
The "Nuclear" Wars
Roy Thomas tells the hidden story behind All-Star Squadron #14 and #16 - plus unpublished Wonder Woman art by the immortal H.G. Peter.
The Gardner Fox Letters, Part IV
Ye Editor had always hoped these letters had been burned, but Gardner Fox saved everything - and who's going to say no to Michael T. Gilbert and Mr. Monster?
So. . . You Want to Collect Fanzines?
Bill Schelly conducts a guided tour of the great fanzines of the 1960s and '70s with lots of great, rare pro art!
Green Lantern Section
Interview with Mart Nodell
The artist sheds new light on the creation of The Green Lantern and the Pillsbury Dough Boy.
Preserving the Golden Age
Jeff Gelb talks with publisher Bill Black about AC Comics, and its marvelous Golden Age reprints.
Gil Kane on Comics Past, Present, and Future
Chris Irving presents a heavily-illustrated 1998 interview with a dynamic artist who left us far too soon.
"George Roussos Did It All!"
And that's an understatement, as this interview by Bill Cain will definitely demonstrate!
Alfredo Alcala (1925-2000)
A reminiscence by his friend Manuel Auad of the late great Filipino comics master.
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #63
P.C. Hamerlinck presents another fantastic Fawcett festival.
"We Didn't Know... It Was the Golden Age!"
Artist Marc Swayze tells about drawing Phantom Eagle and Flyin' Jenny without getting off the ground.
A Jab in the Butt
Captain Marvel co-creator C.C. Beck had his own ideas on how to tell a comic book story. (What? You're surprised to learn this?)
Fond Memories of Wendell Crowley
The longtime Fawcett editor is lovingly remembered by friends Hames Ware & John Putnam.
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