Dedicated to movie related publications
Contains 7,097 magazines with 267,461 listed issues


- First and last issue: November 1972-December 1979
- Began (as Comixscene) in November 1972 as a tabloid pop-culture periodical.
- Initially focusing on comics, science fiction/fantasy/heroic adventure/thriller paperbacks, TV entertainment, celebrity interviews, and feature films.
- The mag was often in 2 parts they called Section 1 and Section 2. These sections had their own covers sometimes marked accordingly. Often, the section 2 covers were only drawings.
- Published by writer-artist-historian Jim Steranko.
- Continued as PREVUE.

United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
2 March 2014

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson
Debi Ziemkowski
CONTENTS: 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 All GALLERIES: 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 All DATABASE INFO
40 listed issue(s)
Completed listing

Issue 10
May/June 1974

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Section 2
DOUBLE-SIZED SCIENCE FICTION SPECIAL! Wallace Wood cover painting; Planet of the Apes film series; Harlan Ellison on The Terminal Man; SF on TV; Six Million Dollar Man color centerspread by Mike Hinge; EC's SF comics revisited; Robbie: rare science fantasy strip by Len Brown and Al Williamson; Flash Gordon profile; Super Science Pulps; full-page Hunt Bowman poster by Steranko.

Issue 9
March/April 1974

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Section 2
ALL-HERO ISSUE! The filming of Doc Savage with Ron Ely; director John Boorman interview on Sean Connery in Zardoz; The Golden Voyage of Sinbad; Richard Chamberlain, Michael York, Frank Finlay and OIiver Reed in The Three Musketeers; fulI-page poster map of Tarzan's Africa; report on new and future science fiction publications; Talon color centerspread painting by Steranko, more!

Issue 8
January/February 1974

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Section 2
THE PIN-UP GIRLS! From 1900 to today, from magazines to comics and film; outstanding examples of pin-up art by Vargas, Petty, Moran, Elvgren and others; Paper Girls from Milton Caniff's Dragon Lady to Barbarella; BiII Ward's Torchy; Katy Keene; fiIm femmes from Betty Grable to Brigitte Bardot; photo pin-up queen Betty Page; color cover and Marilyn centerspread by Steranko.

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