RanXerox in New York +
By Stefano Tamburini (story) and Tanino Liberatore (art). Original story
printed as a hard cover book in 1982 by Ed. Albin Michel. [web]
Introduction (prob. only in American edition) by Richard Corben.
By Harald (EDT) Fricke, Jan-Dirk Müller, Klaus Grubmüller,
Klaus Weimar. March 1st, 1997. Walter de Gruyter. Hard Bound. [googlebook]
Pg 313: Minor text mention.
Oct. 1972. Art Nouveau Publications, Springfield MO. [ober]
Pgs 53-54: "Journey To Gore's Dungeon". Interview by Ed Romero.
Pg 53: Photo of Jan Strnad and Richard Corben. B&W.
Pg 54: "Castle Girl" B&W.
2002(?). By Patrick Rosenkranz. Fantagraphics. $40. 9"x12".
292 pgs. Heavily illustrated (B&W and color). Iinformative. Well
researched. Oversized. Hard Bound. [håkan,wbp]
Richard Corben included in several places, with a few illustration examples.
(?) 1975. Movie one-sheet (promo poster). [ober]
It looks like there is no The Return of the Street Fihgter (1975) by Corben. The only existing poster resamples his style but is evidently not by him. Neal Adams has made some related posters though.
Aug. 1st, 1999. Animation video directed by Aaron Vanek, produced by
Andrew Migliore, for Beyond Books. VHS (NTSC & PAL) video, 30min
+ 16min documentary. US$15.00. [wbb,ober]
Cover Art designed by Dan Ross (used the deep one monster designed by Richard Corben, based on a drawing by Toren Atkinson)
Sin palabras #6: Richard Corben (Un rebelde tranquilo)
Richard Corben's Art Books
By Jan Strnad. May, 2000. Xlibris Corporation. 352 pgs. Paperback ("print
in demand", i.e. no fixed quantity of prints). [plogg]
Front Cover Art: "Risen" (frame excerpt from the story "New Tales of the Arabian Nights", pg 55, first frame extremely trunken)
1999. Rusty Burke. 64 pgs. Cross Plains Comics, NY. [ober]
Pg 21: "Ga-Nor"
Fall 1975. Nemedian Chronicles, Shawnee Mission KS. [id]
Cover Art: "And Kane Went Mad!", by Alan Weiss. Color by Richard Corben and Herb Arnold.
Pgs 36-37: "Interview: Glenn Lord", by REHLSF. They talk about upcoming Richard Corben's "King of the Northern Abyss" (that is workname for "Bloodstar"), the fleshed out "The Valley of the Worm".
Before the advent of Alan Light's T.B.G. (The Buyer's Guide) in 1971,
the Rocket Blast was the marketpalce for Comic
Book Fandom and related collecting fields. There was no Internet,
nor Comic Book Shops and the only Conventions were in New York
City and a few other large cities held on a sporadic basis.
1970. S.F.C.A./G.B. Love. Comic book fanzine, adzine. [ebayes]
Ad on pg 234 (?): "Support Fantagor #1: On Guard"
1970. S.F.C.A. 2000 print of run. [ober]
Cover: "Planetary Geographic" (FiF, pg 55)
Rocket Blast Comic Collector #79
(?) Address frame(?). [ober]
Rocket Blast Comic Collector #80
Apr.(?) 1971. S.F.C.A. Print run of 2000. [ober,ebay]
Pg 19: Praise for Richard Corben in letter from James Loehr. Also reprints address frame by Richard Corben.
May(?) 1971. S.F.C.A. Print run of 2000. [ober,ebay]
Front Cover: "Skull Asteroid" (FiF, pg 53)
Back Cover: an ad for 'Miamicon 2' (August 20 & 21, 1971). Under 'Original Art Display', it lists "Space People" by Richard Corben, and under 'Auctions', it says "an unpublished piece" by Richard Corben.
Pg 6-7: an ad for 'D Con'71' (July 8-11, 1971) in Dallas, Texas
Pg 7: mention of film "Neverwhere [the Movie]" (1968) at 'Amateur Film Festival'
Pg 90 column, "Hot Air from a Cool Fan", states that the Jan., 1971 Miamicon was put together on a $100 budget: $35 for rental of the hall, and, among other expenses, $10 for the rental of an 8mm film projector. "And Richard Corben was kind to loan us "Neverwhere [the Movie]" (1968)."
Pg 91: "Jewels of Gwahlur" [Golden Age #7 (1971)]
A Corben fan was worried (letters page section on pg 19 of this issue) about the bad quality of this artwork in Golden Age print. The editor replies that it was printed inadvertently flipped (i.e. mirror image) by printer. Here artwork has been reprinted as it suppoused to be!
Pg 93: an ad for Golden Age #7 (1971) for the six-page portfolio, "World of Conan", showing "Gorilla with Wings" (size of 1/4 of the page)
Rocket Blast Comic Collector #82
June/July (?) 1971. S.F.C.A. Print run of 2000. [ober,ebay]
Pg 187: one paragraph letter from Richard Corben complimenting "Maxor"
(?) S.F.C.A. [ober]
Pg 18: "Tars Tarkas with Sword and Pistol" in ad for Mid American Con.
(?) 1973. 2225, S.F.C.A. [ober]
Pg 41: Richard Corben included.
Rocket Blast Comic Collector #125
(?) S.F.C.A. [ober]
Pgs 47, 48: mentioned in a review by James Van Hise of "A Feast Unknown"
Aug. 1976. S.F.C.A., Coral Gables FL. [ober]
Pg 16: Abbreviated bibliography
Rocket Blast Comic Collector #142
April 1978. S.F.C.A. [ober]
Pg 29: Critique of Richard Corben by James Van Hise
Pg 50: Richard Corben mentioned in review of "Hot Stuf" #5 by Mark Burbey
Oct. 1979. Warren. [twc,ober]
Cover Art: "Buck Blaster"
1993. In German. [comicde]
Pg 48: "Snapshot" (pict/photo with birthday info)
1995. In German. [comicde]
Cover Art: "Kath Grasped by Ard" (trunked mid frame from pg 79 of "Neverwhere")
Pgs 8-15: "Im Blickpunkt" (article about Richard Corben, prob. with bibliography)
(?) 1980-1981. [ober]
Richard Corben mentioned.
Russ Cochran's Mothly Art List Catalog (several #'s)
(?) 1979. [ober]
Richard Corben mentioned.
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