Oh , the irony . Let's continue something that was discussed at the MSA Old Home , namely , remaining print comic fanzines - And , for diversity , pro/semi-pro/" pro-zine " comics publications as well .

  CBG remains in business . The Comics Journal has now announced that they will come out annually , with " a 600-page plus " issue .

  I am Facebook friends with Jon B. Cooke but I haven't yet checked to see if his Comic Book Artist has managed to continue recently , post-its Old Home...

  Toomorrows , which indeed has itself a little nook/corner , with The Jack Kirby Collectore , Alter Ego , and Back Issue .

  Now , including the " fan " side too...........

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...I've meant to put this up for a while now...At my essentially-now former comics shop in Santa Cruz a bittish back, I saw a hardcover " real book "-bound magazine about comics AND comics anthology in an " alternative "-y vein, which pushed me into definitely deciding to buy it; called FULL BLEED. From IDW, IIRC. The stuff ABOUT comics, at least that blurbed on the cover, seemed a bit me-too.

" The Lost Alan Moore Interview " and Frank Miller, IIRC...Well, perhaps playing it safe, at least on the cover, can help...It's now, post-move I mentioned, packed away in my (a relative few, likely less that mostifnotall of youse guys/y'all) boxes unread.

...The Portland, OR, OREGONIAN ran this article last Sunday ~

 https://oregonlive.com/opinion/2020/04/covid-19-and-the-comic-commu...

...At a Safeway I saw and bought a Wonder Woman pre-movie one-shot plugging the DCEU WW and more - the article/s on the comics seem to make a couple of large errors - I don't have it in front of me now but it seems to be by a publisher/magazine I've mentioned here a time before. 

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