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Pen It! Magazine is celebrating the beginning of our fourth year, and it will prove to be a year of growth and renewal. Pen It! Magazine is quality Writers Journal in an E-Zine. Writers and readers alike enjoy Pen It! You will find articles on writing, information about local authors, poetry, short stories, information on contests, writers groups, and more. Pen It! is always looking for submissions, columnists, and poets. We love focusing on local authors. You can send your submissions to Debi Hurt, Editor at email@example.com
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GAME & HUNT’s first edition was the December 1994 issue. It was then called SA WILD/GAME and the overall objective was to promote the South African Game Organisation (SAGO) and to be of service to the game rancher.
Today on average 15 000 copies are sold en 2 500 subscribers en 17 600 printrun, Sales has already reached more than 20 000 some months and is growing. The magazine is aimed at the broad game industry in South Africa. The main role-players in the game industry, namely hunters, game ranchers and nature conservationists are served by GAME & HUNT with quality informative articles and columns covering fauna and flora; hunting and arms; game production and marketing; nature conservation and eco-destinations. The reader is also kept informed about industry news – locally and internationally.
Welcome to 1939 and the Golden Age of Comics! As was common practice during the period, Amazing-Man Comics did not have an issue #1. In fact, the series began with issue #5.
Amazing-Man (John Aman) is a fictional, American comic book superhero whose adventures were published by Centaur Publications during the 1930s to 1940s in the Golden Age of Comic Books. Historians credit his creation to Bill Everett together with Centaur art director Lloyd Jacquet. The character influenced the creation and origin of Charlton Comics' 1960s superhero Peter Cannon, Thunderbolt, as well as Marvel Comics Iron Fist character in the 1970s.
This publication is from collected scans of public domain material. It is the editor's intent to make classic Golden Age comic books available to present day fans.