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anomaly 4
 
average writing
exceptional art
historical bonus 2
total score 6
Anomaly #4
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1st-2nd Printing / 1972 / 36 Pages / Bud Plant

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REVIEW SCORE 7
For the fourth issue of Anomaly, the publication changed to a standard comic book form and was published by Bud Plant. It features Richard Corben, Robert Kline and Jan Strand, who contribute "Leander and the Fat Queen" (and boy is she fat!). Corben gives us a tasty nightmare, "Alice in Wonderlust" (a sweet snippet of a story that I wish was longer), and the rather pointless "Encounter at War" (which I wish was shorter).
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HISTORICAL FOOTNOTES:
Bud Plant printed approximately 10,000 copies of this comic book for the 1st printing and 20,000 copies of the 2nd printing. Both versions have 50-cent cover prices and state "First Printing Nov. 1972" on the inside front cover, which is why the two versions are considered indistinguishable from each other.
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COMIC CREATORS:
Richard V. Corben 1, 3-5, 22-34, 36
Robert L. Kline 2, 6-21 (art), 35
Jan S. Strand 6-21 (script)