This issue has variants.
Peter Bagge's final regular issue as editor.
A Bagge-drawn letterhead and spot illustration accompanies letters from Jim Woodring, Skutch Bundy; Leslie Remer (Poughkeepsie, NY); Percy Lustre (Grand Rapids, MI); Buster Calhoun (Fair Oaks, CA); Vernon L. Wiley (Chicago); Rodney Schroeter (Random Lake, WI); Jym Mooney (Milwaukee); D.C. Roberts (Long Beach, CA); Andrew Webster (NYC); M. Morris (Portland, OR); Lynn Von Schlichting; Alfred Bergdoll (NYC); Edwin Bergdoll (Dutton, VA).
Also includes a reader-submitted illustration from Paul Ullrich (Winnipeg) and eight small cartoons from Bill Harmer (reprinted from "100 Rejected Cartoons.")
Bagge promotes the following zines: "Private Hell" (Lynn Von Schlichting); "Scratchez" (Bob Lewis + Kathe Pritz); "All Small" and "Combo" (David Stienlicht); "Wurst Funnies" (Brad Johnson); "Spaz" (Vernon L. Wiley); "The Blotter" (Roy Tompkins); "Screaming Disaster"; "Demo"; "Blab" (Monte Beauchamp); "The Realist" (Paul Krassner); "W.D.C. Period" (Gordon Gordon); "Blatch" (Jim Blanchard); "Next Big Thing" (Lindsay Hutton); "Kicks" (Billy Miller + Miriam Linna); "Rumble" (Liam Killen)
The section includes a Brady Bunch-themed illustration by Von Schlichting as well as small sample illustrations from Xno, David Stienlicht, Brad Johnson, V.L. Wiley. Finally, there's a small cartoon by Bill Harmer titled "Damn Banana Peels" from "100 Rejected Cartoons."
Dick's dialogue taken from "Philip K. Dick: The Last Testament" (Fragments West / The Valentine Press)
Approximately fifty-two T-shirt design illustrations of various sizes reprinted from the artist's catalogs (1963-66). Includes a brief Bagge intro.
Original two page strip reduced to one