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'''Scienti-Comics''' was a science fiction comic fanzine by Philip Bronson.  
 
'''Scienti-Comics''' was a science fiction comic fanzine by Philip Bronson.  
  
The first issue of ''Scienti-Comics'' was published in Hastings, Minneapolis, U.S.A. in May-June of 1940. It was 20 page, color hektographed fanzine and featured a complete science fiction comic by Bronson called "Robot Doom".  
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The first issue of ''Scienti-Comics'' was published in Hastings, Minnesota, U.S.A. in May-June of 1940. It was 20 page, color hektographed fanzine and featured a complete science fiction comic by Bronson called "Robot Doom".  
  
 
The second issue was 38 pages, and featured contributions by C. Christopher Cross, Damon Knight, Robert Lowndes and a fan poll by [[Art Widner]].
 
The second issue was 38 pages, and featured contributions by C. Christopher Cross, Damon Knight, Robert Lowndes and a fan poll by [[Art Widner]].
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Revision as of 21:56, 30 March 2011

Scienti-Comics was a science fiction comic fanzine by Philip Bronson.

The first issue of Scienti-Comics was published in Hastings, Minnesota, U.S.A. in May-June of 1940. It was 20 page, color hektographed fanzine and featured a complete science fiction comic by Bronson called "Robot Doom".

The second issue was 38 pages, and featured contributions by C. Christopher Cross, Damon Knight, Robert Lowndes and a fan poll by Art Widner.