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Sense of wonder / editor: William C. Schelly
Bib ID 7053082
Format JournalJournal [text, still image, volume]
Description Lewiston, Idaho : William C. Schelly, [1967]-[1972] 
12 volumes : illustrations, portraits ; 28 cm 
Series

John Ryan Comic Collection.

Biography/History

"By the end of its 12-issue run, Sense of wonder had presented the first attempt to chronicle the whole career of comics innovator Will Eisner, as well as work by Steve Ditko, Frank Frazetta and Stanley Pitt. It was discontinued after Bill graduated from college in 1973" -- Wikipedia.

Notes

Cover title.

Description based on: No. 3 (December 1967)

Life Dates No. 1 (1967)-no. 12 (Summer/Fall 1972) 
Subjects Comic books, strips, etc. -- History and criticism -- Periodicals.  |  Comic books, strips, etc. -- Appreciation -- United States -- Periodicals.
Form/genre Comic books, strips, etc.
Other authors/contributors Schelly, William, 1951- editor

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