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BATMAN AND ME By Bob Kane with Tom autobiography by Bob Kane; I am mentioned in the credits as helping out with this book. SAN DIEGO COMIC CON 25th Anniversary Program book , page 79 (1994); "Comic-Con Reminiscences" wherein I give a couple memories of the first time the Skelton & others; mainly an article zine with a couple amateur strips.Copies housed with Michigan State University Special Collections.I sold Mark his first Pogo material, helped him out a lot on aspects of the book and am one of two Pogo fans mentioned by name inside (Steve Thompson being the other).I identified four distinctly different "first" printings of the first Pogo book and which one is the "true" first printing.Much of my collection was photographed along with input of data COMICS VALUE MONTHLY: Superman Memorial Issue; Attic Books (1992) Special in-depth issue listing every Superman piece of memorabilia ever made from 1938 on up along with a suggested value.I was asked to be the main pricing consultant; also fact checked mss. Tweens and teens are experiencing disturbing levels of, violence in their dating relationships, but only half recognize the warning signs of.
COMIC BOOK ARTIST #6, Fall, 1999, "Secret Origins of the Direct Market. OVERSTREET COMIC BOOK PRICE GUIDE #29 (1999, Gemstone Publishing, Maryland) with Richard D. OVERSTREET COMIC BOOK PRICE GUIDE #30 (2000, Gemstone Publishing, Maryland) with Richard Olson, Ph D, "The American Comic Book: 1842-1933: Beyond the Platinum Age" provides further details of American comic books dating back to 1842 as well as many significant rediscoveries during the past year of heretofore unknown comic strip compilations dating before World War One along with "The American Comic Book: "1933-Present The Golden Age And Beyond: Origins of the Modern Comic Book" co-written with Richard Olson Ph D Published March 2000. Olson, Ph D, connections as well as other expansions from my 1997 article. The Golden Age and Beyond: The Origin of The Modern Comic Book: pages 226-233 providing "new" information not previously in any other history tome on the subject.THE WORLD OF FANZINES by Fredric Wertham MD (1974).My fanzine is directly referenced at least 9 times - only 2 of which made it into his woefully incomplete index and of these references, one is to a wrong page.