The sold-out premiere issue, published March '08, featured profiles of Marcus "Dennis the Menace" Hamilton, John "Snuffy Smith" Rose, Greg "The Buckets" Cravens, Scott "Birmingham News" Stantis, Marshall "Clarion-Ledger" Ramsey, Steve "Times-Picayune" Kelley, Rob "Funny Pages Productions" Corley, John "Toon Factory" Deaton and Steven "Sonic the Hedgehog" Butler; plus articles and columns of interest to cartoonists.
The sold-out second issue, published September '08, featured interviews with (cover artist) Joe "Scooby Doo" Staton, Mike "Mother Goose and Grimm" Peters, Bill "Commercial Appeal" Day, Tom "Creating Characters" Bancroft, Mason "B.C." Mastroianni, Ben "Midnight Sun" Towle, Jules "The Village Voice" Feiffer and Berke "Opus" Breathed; plus articles/columns by R.C. Harvey, Tom Richmond, Norm Feuti, Corey Pandolph and Jack Cassady!
Issue 3, also sold-out, was published February '09, and featured profiles of Chad "Tundra" Carpenter, magazine gag cartoonist Benita Epstein, freelance Nebraska cartoonist Paul Fell, character designer Cedric Hohnstadt, editorial cartoonist R.J. Matson, Jim "Gasoline Alley" Scancarelli, cover artist Richard "Cul de Sac" Thompson, and webcomic creator Mike Witmer; plus articles by Mark "Lio" Tatulli, comics historian R.C. Harvey, Norm "Retail" Feuti, Tom "MAD Magazine" Richmond, and freelancer Mike Edholm (who reports on Toonfest '08). Also, the art of John Kovaleski and Stephen Silver was spotlighted.
Issue 4 (which is, you guessed it, now sold out) was published September '09. It featured a wonderful cover by Tom Richmond of this issue's profilees, all members of MAD Magazine's "Usual Gang of Idiots": Jack Davis, Sergio Aragones, Paul Coker, Duck Edwing, Tom Richmond, Ted Rall, Scott Nickel and John Kovaleski; plus articles/columns by Nick Meglin, R.C. Harvey, Don Hagist, Dave Coverly and John Hambrock!