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(New page: '''The Comic Collector's News''' was a fanzine by Jim Bradley and Malcolm Willits. Published in Portland, Oregon, U.S.A., the first issue appeared in October, 1947. It is acknowledged as...)
 
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After a few years Bradley and Willits decided to cease publication of ''The Comic Collector's News'' and start a science fiction zine they co-published in 1950, called [[Destiny]].
 
After a few years Bradley and Willits decided to cease publication of ''The Comic Collector's News'' and start a science fiction zine they co-published in 1950, called [[Destiny]].
  
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Revision as of 21:41, 24 March 2011

The Comic Collector's News was a fanzine by Jim Bradley and Malcolm Willits.

Published in Portland, Oregon, U.S.A., the first issue appeared in October, 1947. It is acknowledged as the first fanzine to appear entirely devoted to comics. The Comics Collector's News was one of the first places where comic book collectors could advertise for their favourite titles and communicate with other collectors.

After a few years Bradley and Willits decided to cease publication of The Comic Collector's News and start a science fiction zine they co-published in 1950, called Destiny.