Talk:Minicomic Co-ops

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This entry, under a more general name perhaps, such as Minicomics Co-Ops is a part of the history of minicomic, zines and fanzines and for this reason is "notable" in that context.

Minicomix?[edit]

Does this have any relation to Minicomix co-ops here? Gobonobo T C 07:30, 17 November 2009 (UTC)

Related in that it is a new try at the old idea. Will Dockery (talk) 11:07, 18 July 2010 (UTC)

Reason for changing "Will Dockery" entry[edit]

Changed back to Will Dockery to direct to information on the "Will Dockery" referrred to in the article, rather than Will Dockery, who is a different person. Will Dockery (talk) 11:16, 29 July 2010 (UTC)

References added for Will Dockery (cartoonist) including: Will Dockery, Demon House Theatre[1]

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Will Dockery (talk) 08:21, 13 January 2015 (UTC)

  1. ^ Who's Who of American Comic Books 1928-199 Will Dockery Who's Who listing "The Who's Who of American Comic Books is a database designed to document the careers of people who have contributed to or supported the publication of original material in U.S. comic books in the years 1928-99. It is not a checklist, but rather a resume of a person's creative career. Each resume covers not only a person's comics career, but as much information as could be located about his/her other creative and professional work in advertising, prose, TV, animation, syndication, and other sister fields and professions. The scope of the Who's Who includes anyone known to have contributed directly to or supported the field of original U.S. comic books..."
  2. ^ Library of Congress/Copyright Registration for Demon House Theatre Demon House Theatre Copyright Registration Text: Demon house theatre / William A. Dockery. Type of Work: Visual Material Registration Number / Date: VA0000374716 / 1989-11-08 Title: Demon house theatre / William A. Dockery. Description: art reproductions. Notes: Comic bk. Copyright Claimant: William A. Dockery Date of Creation: 1989 Date of Publication: 1989-06-23 Names: Dockery, William A., 1958-