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Panel Discussions: Design in Sequential Art Storytelling

By Durwin S. Talon. Feb. 1st, 2003. TwoMorrows. Paperback. [googlebook]
Minor text mention by Chris Moeller (beginning page of Chapter Ten).

Flashing Swords #5: Parting Gifts

Pay attention, Flights into Fantasy (1981) claims that the book was called as Flashing Swords #5: Parting Gifts. Actually novellette "Parting Gifts" by Diane Duane was one of the stories incl. into the anthology Flashing Swords #5: Demons and Daggers (1981).

Parts #14

[ober,ed,wcorb]
Cover Art: "Die Monster Die" B&W.

Parts #15

May 1999. Robert M. Price, Ed., Necronomicon Press. West Warwick, RI. [ober]
Pgs 22-23: Interview, by Dan Ross and Toren Atkinson.

The Penultimate Truth

Feb. 1980. By Philip K. Dick. Paperback. Dell. $1.95. 238 pgs. [ober,isfdb]
Cover Art: "Robots Gang Up" aka "The Penultimate Truth" Pict

Phantom of the Paradise

1985. Read more. [plogg]
Movie one-sheet: "Phantom of the Paradise"

Phoenix

San Francisco Phoenix

Photon #18

1969/1970. Mark Frank, ed.. Brooklyn, NY. $1. 48 pgs. Covers: B&W. Guts: B&W. [ecm,ober,mocba,grover]
Pg 2: "Inside Photon Table of Contents [Vampire and Bat]"
Pg 3: "Frankenstein's Monster [Boris Karloff]" (on editorial page "Frankly Speaking", but not the masthead)
Pg 4: "Vampire Couple Attacking Upside-down Man" (on reverberation page, but not the masthead)
Pg 9: "Pod-ship from 2001"
Pg 11: "Astronaut Dave [Keir Dullea] from 2001"
Pg 15: "Gwangi & Triceratops"
Pg 20: "Vampire with Long Fingernails" aka "Nosferatu [Max Schreck]"
Pg 21: "The 'vampire' [Lon Chaney Sr.] from London After Midnight"
Pg 28: "Dracula [Bela Lugosi] on staircase"
Pg 29: "Dracula [John Carradine]"
Pg 34: "Dracula [Christopher Lee] hissing"
Pg 35: "A Bride of Dracula from Horror of Dracula"
Pg 41: "Vampire [Bela Lugosi] and fallen victim"

Photon #19

1970. Mark Frank, ed.. Booklyn, NY. [ecm,ober,mocba]
Pg 3: "Frankly Speaking" (editorial masthead) [FiF, pg 193]
Pg 4: "Reverberations" (letters masthead)
Pg 6: "Barnabas Collins [Jonathan Frid] with Cane"
Pg 7: "Funeral Pyre"
Pg 8: "Dracula [Lon Chaney Jr]" [FiF, pg 192]
Pg 28: "Dracula [Bela Lugosi] and Van Helsing"
Pg 30: "Vampire's Ghost"
Pg 33: "Vampire Carrying Struggling Woman"
Pg 34: "Dracula [Chris Lee] Carrying Female" [FiF, pg 198]
Pg 35: "Staked Vampire Skeleton"
Pg 36: "Vampire Ready to Bite"
Pg 37: "'Curse Of Frankenstein' Monster" [FiF, pg 196]
Pg 38: "Vampire with Two Handfulls" [FiF, pg 192]
Pg 40: "Vampire Strangling a Victim"
Pg 42: "Vampire Staked From Behind" [FiF, pg 194]
Pg 45: "Blond Vampiress"
Pg 47: "Dracula [Chris Lee] Impaled in Coffin"

Photon #20

1971. Mark Frank, ed.. Brooklyn, NY. $1. 48 pgs. Covers: B&W. Guts: B&W. [id]
Pg 2: "Inside Photon Table of Contents [Zombie Walking]"
Pg 3: "Frankly Speaking" (editorial masthead) [FiF, pg 193]
Pg 21: "Murder Legendre [Lugosi] from White Zombie"
Pg 24: "White Zombie"

Photon #21

1971. Mark Frank, ed.. Brooklyn, NY. $1. 46 pgs. Covers: B&W. Guts: B&W. [id]
Pg 4: "Frankly Speaking" (editorial masthead) [FiF, pg 193]
Pg 45: "Reverberations" (letters masthead)

Photon #22

[ecm]
Pg 4: "Frankly Speaking" (editorial masthead) [FiF, pg 193]
Pg 45: "Reverberations" (letters masthead)

Photon #23

1973. Mark Frank, ed.. Brooklyn, NY. $1. 48 pgs. Covers: two color (black and blue). Guts: B&W. [id]
Pg 4: "Frankly Speaking" (editorial masthead) [FiF, pg 193]
Pg 46: "Reverberations" (letters masthead)

Photon #24

1974. Mark Frank, ed.. Brooklyn, NY. $1. 48 pgs. Covers: two color (black and yellow). Guts: B&W. [id]
Pg 4: "Frankly Speaking" (editorial masthead) [FiF, pg 193]
Pg 46: "Reverberations" (letters masthead)
The contents page claims that the letters masthead, "Reverberations" on pg 46 ought to be made by Richard Corben, but that is a misprint. The very same "Reverberations" pict was also in Photon #23 on pg 5. According Photon #23 Art Credits it was made by Dave Ludwig. Pict's got same name, but different artist.

Pilote #17 French

In French. [wbed]
Rédactionnel, by Vidal, Solé, Bertrand, Frimbois, Dupont de Lalma, Pomme, Bilal, Michelangeli, Clavé, Fred, Bacri, F’murr, Richard Corben.

A Planet Called Treason

(?) Orson Scott Card. Paperback. Dell. [ober]
Cover Art: "A Planet Called Treason" (FiF, pg 161)

Poem Toons

Vaugn Bode's Poem Toons
 

The Point Man

Sept. 1981. By Stephen Englehart. Paperback. Dell. $2.95. 350 pgs. [ober,isfdb]
Cover Art: "The Point Man" (FiF, pg 179) Pict

Pornography and Sexual Representation: A Reference Guide

By Joseph W. Slade. Nov. 2000. Greenwood Press. 1264 pgs. Hard Bound. [googlebook]
Pg 60: Minor text mention.

Price and Reference Guide to Books Written by Edgar Rice Burroughs

(?) 1991. James A. Bergen, Jr. Sc, Golden Lion. Hard Bound signed and numbered, 50. [ober]
Pg 208: "The Ape Man"
Pgs 93-94: Richard Corben credits

A Princess of Mars

Audio book. Read by Stan Winiarski. 2 cassettes, abridged. 1.5 hours. [ober,ebay]
Cover Art: "Thark Battle" (FiF, pgs 124-125, Llana of Gathol & John Carter of Mars (1977)). Color.

Puppet Animation in the Cinema: History and Technique (Corben) + (Corbin!!)

By L. Bruce (Loyd Bruce) Holman. Jan. 1st, 1975. A.S. Barnes and Company. 120 pgs. [plogg,googlebook]
Pgs 15, 53, 54, 61: Photos of puppets by Richard Corben, although in all instances except one Corben is misspelled "Corbin". B&W.

Jeff Williams: Psychic Pilgrims

Jeff Williams: Psychic Pilgrims

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