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dr. wirthams 4
 
excellent writing
exceptional art
historical bonus 2
total score 9
Dr. Wirtham's Comix & Stories #4
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Only Printing / March, 1979 / 60 pages / Clifford Neal
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REVIEW SCORE 9
The "Art History" issue is when the series really begins to enter its prime, as it expands to 60 pages and incorporates a "Letters" page. Good stories and some terrific art throughout, including the truly stinky Poe tribute, "The Tell-Tale Fart."
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HISTORICAL FOOTNOTES:
Clifford Neal printed approximately 4,300 copies of this comic book. It has not been reprinted.
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COMIC CREATORS:

Greg Irons - 1, 20-21
Clifford Neal (aka Oisif Egaux) - 2, 22 (text), 23-28, 30-31, 33-36 (concept), 59
Gene Day - 3-10 (art)
Mark Burbey - 3-10 (script), 42-49 (script)
McCusker - 3-10 (lettering)
Mike Roberts - 11-19, 60
Larry Rippee - 29
Par Holman - 32
Steve Vance - 33-36 (script, pencils), 37-41 (script, pencils collaboration)
Bill Black - 33-36 (inks, lettering), 37-41 (pencils collaboration)
John Beatty - 37-41 (inks)
Richard Larson - 42-49
Steve R. Bissette - 50-58
Rick Veitch - 50-58