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fantagor 2
solid writing
exceptional art
historical bonus 2
total score 8
Fantagor #2

Only Printing / 1972 / 52 pages / Rip Off Press

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As Fantagor moves from Last Gasp to Rip Off Press for its second issue, Richard Corben is joined by George Metzger, who provides the sparse, futuristic "Cycle" and Jack Jackson, who gives us the amusing portal fantasy, "Queen of Darkness." Oh, and Corben's contribution, "To Spear a Fair Maiden," scripted by Jan Strnad and printed in full color (part of a 16-page color section in the middle of the book), is a classic.

It is currently unknown how many copies of this comic book were printed. It has not been reprinted.

Richard Corben - 1, 2, 27-34 (art), 52
Bob Bliss - 3-8
D. Carbonik - 9-18 (ink, lettering)
F. Lind - 9-18 (script, pencils)
George Metzger - 19-26
Jan S. Strnad - 27-34 (script)
Herb Arnold - 35
Jack Jackson - 36-51