Cerebus Checklist: Other Dave Sim & Gerhard Stuff

  • Comics:
    • Actor Comics Presents: Volume 1, #1, published by Century Comics, fall 2006. 6 page story entitled "Hypothetical Cerebus", written by T. Casey Brennan with art by Dave.
    • AARGH! (1988): Published by Mad Love Publishing (Alan Moore's company), Oct. 1988, to benefit the Organization for Lesbian and Gay Action. A 72 page book with a contribution by Sim & Gerhard: "An Untold Tale of the Secret Sacred Wars", 4 pages. AARGH! Stands for Artists Against Rampant Government Homophobia
    • Ali Baba, Scourge of the Desert #1: 1992, from Gauntlet Comics, "The Fate of the Fire Gems" Co-plot, co-script and layouts - 8 pages, "Ali-Baba: Recollections" a one page essay, and cover layouts (pencils by Dale Keown). There are two versions of the cover, the standard and a "gold" edition, the only difference on the gold cover is the text "Ali Baba" has gold colored ink rather then the black / red of the standard and the Gauntlet Comics tag on the left says "Special Edition" and it cost $5.95 vs the standard's $3.50.
    • Awakening Comics #1: "Dave drew one panel of a jam comic that was passed around at the 1996 Montreal Spirits of Independence Con"
    • BLIP: The Book of Little Independent Publishers: 72 pages, B&W. A sampler book that offers 13 four page stories. Each section is forwarded by a text page introducing the creator and their current project. Dave Sim and Michael Cohen did a jam story entitled "The Caretaker" wherein Michael did the first panel and faxed it to Dave who did the second panel, back and forth until the entire story was completed.
    • Captain Canuck #4: (1976) Published by Comely Comics, 36 pages. Has a half page strip reprint of Sim's The Beavers.
    • Captain Canuck Summer Special #1: (1980) Published by Comely Comics, 68 pages, has a Sim 1 page pin-up of Captain Canuck.
    • Cerebus Archive #1 - 18: 24 page B&W comic with color covers, published by Aardvark-Vanaheim wherein Dave is showing various items from his archives. The first four issues were offered by Diamond, and then with issue #5 to 18 the series moved to a print on demand publisher: ComixPress. Issues #1 -4 that were printed by Lebonfon and offered through Diamond have the month listed on the cover in the issue # block and state on the inside front cover that they were printed by Lebonfon. Issues #5 to 18 printed by ComixPress all say printed by ComixPress on the inside front cover. They have both a 'month' cover, wherein the month that the comic was offered is printed in the issue number block (only offered during the month that it first came out) and a 'POD' cover for any copy printed after the intial month's offering. With issues #8 to current also have a 'FDC', first day cover, that is only for sale during the first day that the comic is on sale. The first day cover has FDC in the issue number block instead of the month or POD.
    • Comics Festival!: Pages 4 - 7 feature Dave Sim and chester Brown's "untitled" which is a continuation of their piece from the World Tour Book (see reprints section).
    • Creepy #2: published by Dark Horse in 2009, reprinted Dave Sim's "The Shadow of the Axe!" from Warren's Creepy #79. Dave is credited as "Dave Sims".
    • Creepy #79: Warren Publishing, May 1976, "The Shadow Of The Axe", script by Sim, art by Russ Heath, 6 pages
    • Creepy #91: A reprint of the above story, August 1977.
    • Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time #5: 2013. IDW Publishing. Dave did the retailer's incentive cover.
    • Dork Tower #9: A Cerebus cover by Sim. No other Cerebus content. From Dork Storm Press, August 2000.
    • Dr. Wirtham's Comics and Stories #?:  6 page comic entitled "Gifts of Silver Splendor by Gene Day (art and story) and Dave Sim (lettering), I originally had it listed as issue #1, but it isn't in that issue (which is dated 1975 on the inside front cover).
    • Ed & Red's Comic Strip #1: Published by Hot Tub Press, 2006. Sold at the Toronto Comic Con. Contains a three page short story written and drawn by Dave.
    • Ed Savage's 10c Comics #2: June 1977, inks on an 8 page story.
    • Eddie Campbell's Bacchus #5: Back cover sports a never-reprinted drawing of Bacchus by "Bloody Dave Sim/95".
    • ElepheantmenPublished by Image Comics, color.
      • #42: 5 pages, art drawn by Dave Sim, the same picture just repurposed for 5 pages.
      • #43: 5 pages, art drawn by Dave Sim, the same picture just repurposed for 5 pages.
    • The Ersatz Peach: from MU Press (1995), A trade paperback collection of stories and artwork by several creators, honoring Donna Barr's Desert Peach. Sim also did the introduction for this.
    • Everwinds #2: "Published by Amaze Ink/Slave Labor Graphics, A jam page inserted into the story in which Dave drew 3 panels with the Judge, on in which the Judge is morphing into a version of my character Wapiti"
    • Faerie Star #1: From Moon Press in 1977, "Captain and the Sorcerer" (art & letters) 9 pages, "Paper Dragon" (lettering) 5 pages, "Time's Revenge" (Lettering) 4 pages, and "Hobo Dreamer" (lettering) 3 pages.
    • Fantasy Quarterly: (1978) Published by Independent Publishers Syndicate, 40 pages, has a one page Sim pin-up. Also has the story "Doorway To The Gods", 6 page story by T. Casey Brennan with art by Dave Sim.
    • Free Speechs: From Oni Press and the CBLDF in 1998, a B&W 48 page comic sized collection of speeches made by various on the importance of Free Speech. Sim did the back cover and Gerhard did the coloring for it. Also reprinted is Sim's intro for the Neil Gaiman's Guardian Angel Tour Reading entitled "The Story of Lulu According to Her Feet."
    • Future Day: Written and illustrated by Gene Day with lettering by Dave Sim. Flying Buttress Press, 1979. Hardcover, printed boards. Stories: Gifts of Silver Splendor, Hive, Days of Future Past, Gauntlet, Paper Dragon, War Games, Black Legion.
    • Gene Day's Black Zeppelin: Published by Renegade Press
      • #1: (1985) 28 pages, contains four stories. One seven page story by Sim (scripts and art, from the 1970's) entitled "Adriene All Alone"
      • #3: (Aug 1985) "Occurrence on a December's Morning" Lettering by Sim (story by Gene Day, art by Bruce Conklin). 4 pages.
      • #4: (March 1986)"An Evil Clause" Art by Sim (Script by Dave McCarthy), 5 pages and "Sequence" Script by Sim (art by Gene Day / Joe Erslavas) 5 pages.
      • #5: (Oct 1986) "Life's End" Scripts and Pencils by Sim (inks by Gene Day) 8 pages and "Gravedigger's Banquet" Script and pencils by Sim (inks by Gene Day) 3 pages.
    • glamourpuss #1 - 26: BW interior, color covers, published by Aardvark Vanaheim.
        On the different covers offered:
      • issue #1: Issue #1 has 7 different covers:
        • Platinum and Gold edition of the Fashion Industry Preview Edition. The platinum and gold are the same cover but each has a different sticker placed in the lower right hand corner of the front outside cover and a number on the back outside cover.
        • Comic Industry Preview Edition with 'APR' in issue number box, limited to 4,500 copies.
        • Comic Industry Preview Edition with 'MAR' in issue number box, limited to 10 copies. Same cover as the above, but with the different month in the issue number box.
        • Standard edition offered by Diamond. Says 'APR' in the issue number box, inside front cover states printed by Lebonfon.
        • ComixPress 'POD' cover: standard cover but says 'POD' in the issue number box, inside front cover states printed by ComixPress.
        • ComixPress 'month' variant: standard cover but says 'APR' in the issue number box, inside front cover states printed by ComixPress. This was a mis-print by ComixPress.
      • Issues #1 to 26: Standard edition offered by Diamond. Has the month in the issue number box, inside front cover states printed by Lebonfon.
      • Issues #1 - 8: Standard cover with the month in the issue number box, inside front cover states printed by ComixPress. This was a mis-print by Comixpress.
      • ComixPress 'POD' cover: standard cover but says 'POD' in the issue number box, inside front cover states printed by ComixPress. This is the standard offering from ComixPress.
      • Zombie covers: issues #4 - 6 had a variant cover which was a zombified version of another issue's cover. Issue 4 had a zombified #1 cover, issue #5 had a zombified #2 cover and issue #6 had zombified #3 cover. Issue #5's zombie cover was wrapped in black plastic so the only visible part of the front cover was the title and the top of the zombified model's head.
    • Gun Fu: The Lost City #4: Dave and Gerhard did a back cover with Gung Fu artists Howard M. Shum and Joey Mason.
    • Gun Fu: Showgirls are Forever #1: published by Image in 2006, Dave has a co-writer credit and him and Gerhard are listed as cover artists along with Joey Mason and Howard M. Shum.
    • Hero Comics 2012: IDW Publishing, 2012. Prints the 5 pages story from Elephantmen #42, but in BW instead of color and has a title "Ebony Dreams", art by Dave Sim and written by Richard Starkings.
    • Howard The Duck #8: From Marvel in 1980, Sim did an one page story and art for the front inside cover.
    • Images of A Distant Soil Pinups: Image, 1997. Pin-up book with a pin up by Dave and Gerhard.
    • Images of Omaha: A benefit book by many artists and writers. For Reed Waller (original artist for Omaha the Cat Dancer) who was sick at the time. Includes some material by Sim. Sim and Gerhard also did the cover.
    • Imagine #1: April 1978, from Star*Reach Productions, "Anticipation" script by Sim, 5 pages.
    • Imagine #2: Star*Reach Productions, June 1978, "Speed", lettering by Sim (story by Gene Day), four page story.
    • Imagine #4: Nov 1978, Published by Star*Reach, Has a four page Sim story entitled "Cosmix."
    • Journey #5: Published by Aardvark-Vanaheim. Nov 1983. Dave inked a story.
    • Judge Dredd: Year One #1: March 2013. IDW Publishing. 1:25 Variant cover by Dave Sim.
    • Judge Dredd: Year One #2: April 2013. IDW Publishing. 1:25 Variant cover by Dave Sim.
    • Krey # 2: By Gaunlet has a preview of Ali Baba by Steve LeBlanc with cover by Dale Keown and Dave (Cerebus) Sim with script input.
    • Lethargic Comics #14: Features a cover featuring Cerebus, Cerebus drawn by Sim.
    • Mars Attacks Zombies Vs. Robots #1: Jan. 2013, IDW Publishing. Alternate cover by Dave Sim of Cerebus as Zombie.
    • Marvel Fanfare (volume 1) #25: Sim did several pin-ups for it (called "Original Sim"): A kung-fu character, Howard the Duck, Moon Knight, Cyclops from the X-Men, and Iron Man (well, Tony in the armor, with a bottle in front of him from "Aardvark Distillers Inc. of Canada, his helmet is off and a skull behind him.). All of them are in color.
    • Neil The Horse Comics and Stories #10: Dave as an editor credit.
    • Oktoberfest #1: "Now and Then Presents Oktoberfest Comics is published by Now and Then Publications four times yearly." The inside front cover is The Beavers in "October" I'm going to assume this was a Sunday strip. The first story by Dave Sim and Gene Day is called Uncle Hans in Oktober Quest. It is an Uncle Scrooge type adventure. Next is a two page Uncle Hans strip, followed by a four page Beavers comic featuring Uncle Hans and finally Six pages of Cap'n Riverrat with story by Sim and art by Gene Day. The back page is a Beavers strip called "The Ticket" which makes reference to a local lottery called Winterio (which is referencing an old ad campaign). Most of the contents are copywrited by Harry Kremer except for the Beavers and Cap'n Riverrat.
    • The Origins of Sparky#1: BW, published by Awakening Comics. Has a jam between Steve Peters and Dave.
    • Otto Space #1: reprints "Stargazer" from Revolt 3000, script and art by Sim, 11 pages, Manifest Destiny Publishing in 1991
    • Otto Space #2: 1993, reprints "The Hyrbid" from the Revolt 3000.
    • Phantacea: Circa 1997, BW from McPherson Publishing Co.
      • #1: 32 pages of Dave Sim art. Here is the back cover. I've misplaced my scan of the front cover, if you have one, please email me. Thanks!
      • #2: 10 pages of Dave Sim art (no script credits) ffor "Meet: The Indescribable Mr. NoName!" Here is the front cover
    • Phantacea Phase One #1: Nov 1987 from McPherson Publishing Co, "The Launching of the Cosmic Express" art by Sim, from 1977, 13 pages. Here is a look at some of Sim's art.
    • Phantasy Digest #2: An 80-page digest-sized publications put out by fan publisher Hall Publications in 1977. Edited by Wayne Warfield, #2 features fiction by John Jakes (Brak the Barbarian) and Robert E. Howard ("Fangs of Gold"). The REH detective story is illustrated by Dave Sim. Sim also did the cover illustration.
    • Popeye #12: April 2013, IDW Publishing. Alternative cover by Dave Sim.
    • Power Comics #1: B&W published by Power Comics Co. First Sim aardvark story (he only did the art) entitled "A Boy and His Aardvark" 5 pages. Later reprinted in a second printing.
    • Psycho #1 Annual: 1972. From Skywald Publishing, Dave did the contents page illustration.
    • Psycho 24: Winter special, March 1975, Skywald Publishing. "The Cry of the White Wolf" written by Dave Sim and illustrated by Stan Connerty.
    • Puma Blues #20: From 1988, published by Stephen Murphy and Michael Zulli, contains a one page pin-up by Dave entitled "Mini Jaws Spooks Lake". Gerhard also colored the cover.
    • Quack #3, 4 & 5: Published by Star*Reach. #3 has a cover by Sim (pencils) and Steve Leialoha (inks) of The Beavers. Also has a four page story of "The Beavers" by Sim. #4 (1977) Has a five page The Beavers story and #5 (1978) has a six page The Beavers story. Here is a look at several pages from that issue.
    • Questar #1: 1978, "Rogg!" 4 page story, Sim did the lettering for this Sci-Fi / fantasy book.
    • Rare Bit Fiends: By Rick Vietch. Rare Bit Fiends #1-8 were collected in the trade paperback "Rabid Eye". But I am not sure if any of the below shorts by Sim and Gerhard made it into the trade. If you have the collection, please send me an email letting me know if any of the below are in it. Thanks! To see Zelda's Cafe go to the Other Stories.
      • issue #1: "Zelda's Cafe" written and drawn by Sim.
      • #3: "Sim's Road Bit", a dream he had about his grandfather's funeral. 1 Page.
      • #4: "Road Bits, June 10-15, 1994, Greetings From Baltimore" (3 panels by Sim (I guess..., it's difficult to tell) about Barry Windsor-Smith (June 11, 1994)).
      • #8: "The Dream of the Japanese Shopping Mall That Looked Like It Was Drawn By Gerhard", copyright Veitch and Gerhard (and featuring "Dave" and his "air balls").
    • Revolt 3000 #1: Dave did the art for this, but it never was published. There were four stories to be printed. 2 of them were later reprinted in Otto Space. The other two "Crimson Alpha" and "Raven and Trout" have never been published.
    • Shi: Senryaku #1: Features different artists versions of Shi and the "36 Statagems of the Chinese art of war." Sim did a page for this comic.
    • Spaced #8: The inks and background by Dave Sim are on page 9, panel 4. He only did one panel in the book as a contest to see who could spot it.
    • Star Child #0: April 1993, Story by James A. Owen, art by a multitude of people including 2 pages by Sim and Gerhard. There is also a limited edition of 850 signed by James A. Owen.
    • Starchild: Crossroads #2: Coppervale Press, Jan 1996. Dave and Ger contributed to the cover.
    • Star*Reach #7: From Jan 1977, Sim did the script for an 8 page story "I'm God".
    • Star*Reach #9: From June 1977, Sim did the lettering on a 6 page Gene Day story "Divine Wind"
    • Star*Reach Classics #1: (March 1984) Published by Eclipse, 36 pages. Reprints the "Cosmix" story (from Imagine #4) by Sim and now colored by Michael T. Gilbert.
    • Star*Reach Classics #3: May 1984, Reprints "Divine Wind" from Star*Reach #9.
    • Star*Reach Classics #5: published by Eclipse in 1984, reprinted Sim's "I'm God!" from Star*Reach #7.
    • Star*Reach Greatest Hits: From Star*Reach productions, Trade Paperback, 1979. Collects a bunch of stories including "I'm God" written by Sim with art by Fabio Gasbarri.
    • Taboo #1: A short text piece introducing one of Bissette's comics. Gerhard did he coloring of the cover.
    • Taboo #4: featured a one page illustration by Dave Sim called "1963"
    • Taboo #2: SpiderBaby Grafix & Publications, 1989, "Encore" 11 page story, Sim did the lettering.
    • Taboo #9: Horror anthology with an intro by Sim, 128 pages, B&W from Kitchen Sink Press, Sept. 1995.
    • The Colonized: 2013, published by IDW Publishing. Dave did the 'retailer's incentive' cover art for each of the four issues.
      • The Colonized #1: Had 3 different "RI" covers:
        • regular RI cover: Color
        • Signed RI cover: Same as the regular RI cover, but has a 'signed edition' logo in white at the bottom right hand corner and is signed by Dave Sim and Chris Ryall.
        • Jetpack Comics exclusive RI cover: Same as the regular RI cover, but is only Dave's pencil & ink line artwork, no color. Has Jetpack Comics and Games logo in red at bottom right hand corner.
      • The Colonized #2: Color
    • Tyrant #1: Spiderbaby Graphix, Sept 1994. Cover art by Gerhard.
    • Tyrant #4: Spiderbaby Graphix, Feb 1996. Cover art by Gerhard.
    • Ultimate Lost Kisses #11: Dec 2009. Written by Brian John Mitchell with artwork by Dave Sim. Published by Silber Media.
    • 20 Years of Heavy Metal: Hardcover book collecting many stories from the magazine Heavy Metal. Includes "Virtua" by Sim.
    • 24 Hour Comics All-Stars: Reprints Dave's 24 Hour Comic "Bigger Blacker Kiss" from Cerebus, and has a 2 page bio of Dave.
  • Fanzines:
    • Amoeba Adventures #20: Protoplasm Press, November 1995. Back cover has a Dave Sim sketch.
    • AFTA #2: BW, Winter 1978. Published by Bill Dale Marcinko. Contains one small Cerebus sketch.
    • Amazing Science Fantasy: 1975. Published by Windy City Enterprises, has a 6 page story written & drawn by Sim entitled "Life Suit"
    • Borealis vol. 1 #1: 1978, a Canadian Sci-Fi magazine with a story "Apogee" illustrated by Sim.
    • Borealis #2: Spring 1979, contains a Sim "Space Beavers" strip.
    • Brand X Comics and Drawings #1: 1980, only 250 copies, small digest format (5 1/2 X 8 1/2), only 12 pages & B&W. Dave did one piece of art for it.
    • Comic Art News and Reviews: Published by John Balge.
      • #1: Sept. 1972. 222 copy circulation. 8 pages. "The Back Alley Report" by Dave.
      • #2: Oct. 1972. "The Back Alley Report" by Dave.
      • #3: Nov. 1972. "The Back Alley Report" by Dave.
      • #4: Dec. 1972. Art and "The Back Alley Report" by Dave.
      • #5: Jan. 1973. "The Back Alley Report" by Dave.
      • #6: February 1973. "The Back Alley Report" by Dave. Cover by Dave.
      • #7: March 1973. "The Back Alley Report" by Dave. Cover by Dave.
      • #8: Apr. 1973. "The Back Alley Report" by Dave.
      • #9: May 1973. Cover by Dave. Front cover and back cover by Dave. "The Back Alley Report" by Dave.
      • #10: June 1973. Dave wrote three articles: "Working Conditions in the American Comic Book Industry", "Joe Kubert on Tarzan" and "Feiffer's People". The cover was also by Dave.
      • #11: July 1973. Dave wrote an article "Analysing Feiffer's 'Oddball'"
      • #12: Aug. 1973. "Hostileman" 2 page article by Dave. Interview by Dave of Augustine Funnell.
      • Vol 2 #1: (whole #13), Mar. 1973. "Men and Women: The Feiffer Theories", a 2 page essay/article by Dave. Also has a 1 page interview by Sim of Linda Fite.
      • #14: Oct 1973. Russ Heath cover photo by Sim, 4 page interview with Heath by Sim.
      • #15 / 16: Nov-Dec 1973, Vol 2 # 3 / 4.double issue. 7 page Dave Sim comic entitled "On The Back of a Pro", 2 page strip by Dave entitled "First Con", Steve Skeates interview by Dave, and two articles by Dave "Creator and Creation" and "Defining the Art Form".
      • #18 / 19: Feb-Mar 1974, double issue. Sim has two interviews: Mike Kaluta and Gil Kane. And an article by Sim.
      • #20: April 1974. An article by Sim and an one page comic strip entitled "Fan".
      • Comic Arts News and Reviews #21 & 22: double issue published in May-June 1974, 16 pages, as the story "The Publishers of Warren" by Dave Sim. (8 pgs.) and an interview with Bernie Wrightson. Front cover is by Gene Day.
      • Comic Arts News and Reviews #23: published in July 1974, 8 pages. Has an interview with Will Eisner by Dave Sim. Front and inside front cover by Dave Sim. Back cover by Gene Day.
      • #24: August 1974, also listed as volume 2 #12. pg 2-3 features an interview with Reg Smythe, the creator of "Andy Capp," by Dave Sim. Back cover has an advertisement for "How's Your Beaver?" by Dave Sim
      • #25: Sept. 1974, Sim cover, interview with Harvey Kurtzman and an article.
      • #26 / 27 / 28: Oct-Nov-Dec 1974, triple issue (!), Sim review, articles and a one page strip entitled "The Company Man".
      • #29: Vol 3 #5, Jan 1975, pub. Oct 1975, Sim interview with Russ Heath (reprinted from CANAR #14), and a three page comic entitled "...The last day of Skywald..." Story by Dave Sim, Art by Dave Sim & Gene Day.
      • #30: Feb 1975, pub. Nov 1975, Sim cover, reprint of the interview in #15 / 16, new Sim article and strip.
      • #31 / 32: March/April 1975, pub. April 1976, Sim interview of Howard Chaykin.
    • Comic Calendar #1 Oct / Nov 1971. Dave did the cover drawing of Mister Miracle and published the fanzine and is listed as editor.
    • Comic Chronicles #10: Published by the Eau Claire Comiclub, June/July 1982. Cerebus cover by Graig Knickerbocker. 4 page "Cerebus Index" of the first 8 issues.
    • Comic Kingdom Confidential: 1982. A newsletter for the Comic Kingdom comic store, 11" x 17" paper folded in half, no staples. A couple paragraphs on Cerebus including a Cerebus drawing.
    • Comics Coast to Coast #3: 8.5" x 11" B&W stapled, published by Matt Denn, 1982. Back cover is by Dave Sim.
    • Comic Report: Small fanzine from outside Kitchener, Ontario, 8.5" X 11.5" stapled.
      • Comic Report #2: May, 1976, Swamp Thing cover and Hulk back cover by Sim. A 5 page interview with Sim.
      • #3: July 1976, 3 pages of Sim art "A Day in the Life of Gene Day".
      • #4: Aug. 1976, cover and EC tribute article 2 pages.
      • # 5/6: Oct. 1976, reprints the story entitled "Doorway to the Gods" written by T. Casey Brennan with art by Dave. 6 pages long.
      • #7: Jan 1977, one page of Sim art and a two page article.
    • Comix World #150: Published by Clay Geerdes' Comix World. Sim did the logo for this one sheet fanzine with Cerebus in it. There is also a letter from Sim on the front page. I don't know what other issues of this one sheet fanzine had the Cerebus logo on it.
    • Comix World #221: 1983. Sample art from comics by Dave Sim, Specs: 8 11", two-sided newsletter.
    • Dark Fantasy: Gene Day's Fanzine. Published by Gene's Shadow Press.
      • Issue #6: Jan 1975. Did two illustrations for Wayne Hooks' story entitled "Two-Edged Fate"
      • Issue #7: Sept 1975. Did two illustrations for James Lankashire's story "The Waters of Merom"
      • Issue #8: 1976. One illustration for a David Madison story entitled "Grass"
      • Issue #10: 1976. Three panels in a portfolio by Dave entitled "Dead Things" and a 6 page story by Sim with one illustration by Sim and Gene Day.
      • Issue #11: Jan, 1977. Dave illustrated 1 page for a story called "Time and Time Again". He is also listed as a consulting editor.
      • Issue #14: Sept 1977. Dave illustrated 1 page for a story called "Horror in the Black Hills."
      • Issue #17: Some art by Dave
      • Issue #19: Story by Dave entitled "Starry Deadfall".
      • Issue #20: Dave did the inside back cover illustration.
      • Here is a picture of a few of the issues. Digest size, published by Shadow Press.
    • DC Bulletin Vol 1 #1: Published by Alan Orr, 4 8.5" X 11" pages stapled together, unknown date. Dave contributed an article called "Drawing the Continued Characters" and two 1/2 page illustrations: one of Batman (rear cover) and one of Captain Marvel (aka Shazam). Both of Dave's illustrations are dated 1973.
    • DC Bulletin Vol 1 #1 reprint: "Special GDCC Edition - August 1974", published by Alan Orr, 8.5" X 11" pages stapled together. GDCC stands for "Great DC Club". It has Dave's picture of Batman on the front page, and an article by Dave.
    • Ditkomania
      • Ditkomania #67: BW, August 2008, published by Rob Imes. Dave contributed a 3 page review of Blake Bell's book "Strange and Stranger" and Dave also did the back cover "Ditko Spider-Ham".
      • Ditkomania #69: Dave did the back cover.
      • Ditkomania #70: Dave did the back cover.
      • Ditkomania #74: August 2009. A letter from Dave is published.
      • Ditkomania #77: January 2010. Dave did the front cover.
      • Ditkomania #80: July 2010. Letter from Dave.
      • Ditkomania #91: June 2013. Letter from Dave.
    • Direct Currents: published by Current Publications, 1973 & 1974.
      • #1: October 1973, Sim did the inside back cover.
      • #2: Sim did the cover and a two page article.
      • #3: Sim also had one page of art in issue #3.
    • ERB Collector #22: January 1994. BW. Dave only did the cover.
    • Edgar Rice Burroughs News Dateline #22: Dave did the cover of the Aardvark of Mars.
    • Fantarama #5: volume 2. Feb 1978, newspaper size. Has an sketch by Dave of Cerebus, the Blue Dynamo and the Beavers. Also has a short letter from Dave and reprints a Beaver's strip.
    • Fantasy Crossroads #14: Sept 1978. p. 40 features a Dave Sim illustration for poem "The Road 'Cross the Rushes" by J.E. Coplin
    • Fear and Loathing #21: Nov. 199. 2.5 pg interview with Dave and a picture.
    • Giant Clam #2 2007. Published by Ralphie Kidson. 4" X 6", BW, cover has some red. Has a Dave Sim cover, with Cerebus included.
    • Gratis #1: from Ontario, 1979. Has an interview "Dave Sim: The Man Behind the Aardvark" and includes a number of drawings. Cover by Sim.
    • Graphic Visions: Here is a picture of all three issues. Published by Christopher Lomelino.
      • Graphic Visions #1: Summer 1975. Has one illustration by Dave: The Spectre.
      • Graphic Visions #2: Sept 1975. The cover to #2 is by Dave and he also did a Spider-Man picture for #2.
      • Graphic Visions #3: Nov 1975, a couple Sim pin-ups: one of a full page Superman and one of Green Arrow, Captain Marvel, Superman and one of Howard the Duck.
    • Hero Sandwich #1: A funny comic fanzine put out by a couple brothers in Michigan in 1977. It has a couple fun strips written and drawn by kids, couple articles on upcoming comic news, various ads. But the biggest claim to fame this fanzine has is that it sports a Pre-Cerebus cover by DAVE SIM of Dr. Strange. Pretty rare and hard to find.
      • #1: Sim art of the Spectre
      • #2: Sim cover and a Spider-Man art.
      • #3: Sim sketch of Howard the Duck
    • Humidity Wrap #3: Fall 2000, published by the Hamiliton Comic Club. Contains a 4 page interview with Dave by Darrell Epp (though it is labeled "Aardvark Comment so unknown if this previously published in Cerebus under the letters column or not).
    • Legion Outpost:
    • Lime Light #1: 1984, fanzine published by Jon Athens, 7" x 10", 30 pages. Also known as "Pop Culture's Limelight". Dave drew the back cover with Cerebus on it.
    • Longshot Comics Book One: Jan 1996. Dave has a writing credit on "The Making Of Longshot Comics"
    • Low Blow
      • Low Blow #6: Fall 2005, Hammerlock Productions. Has a letter from Dave in it which is dated 22 March 2004.
      • Low Blow #7: Sprint 2006, Hammerlock Productions. Has a letter from Dave in it which is dated 12 October 2005.
    • Melting Pot #4: 1972. Approx. 300 copies. Dave contributed a Kitchener Comic Con Report
    • Masters of Infinity #4: Early 1980s (no date) published by Mike Taylor, 20 pages (includes covers), BW. Article on Cerebus entitled "Two and a half years of earth pigs, sorcerers, + apricot brandy" by Mike Taylor.
    • Musings #3: Spring 1994, published by Calliope Comics. 1 page review of Cerebus #159.
    • National Advisor: Dave did some art for this DC fanzine based out of Texas. There was also an issue from 1971 which had a Dave article entitled "Jack Kirby, Master of Imagination".
    • No Sex Science Fiction / Fantasy Fanzine #10: Edited / published by David Heath Jr. Dimensions: 8 1/2" X 5 1/2", 1978. Dave did the back cover to this issue.
    • Now & Then Times: Dave was the editor for this fanzine, published by the comic store he used to work at in 1972: Now and Then Books. This is his first published work:
      • Now and Then Times #1: From 1972 , a bunch of articles, an interview and an illustration by Sim.
      • Now and Then Times #2: Stuff by Sim: Editorial, a T. Casey Brennan article & interview, a Wayne Boring biography, and a couple more interviews.
    • Out of the Depths #1: May 1974, 4 page story with art and story by Dave, entitled "Birth" and a 4 page story drawn and written by Dave called "Walker of the Snows"
    • Out of the Depths #2: 1975, Dave's 5 page story, "JUSTICE". With other work by Gene Day, Frank Cirocco, 4 stories, printed in Canada.
    • Reader Written Comics #2: 1976. Dave Sim illustrated a five page story written by Bruce Shane entiled "Salty Night's Drink".
    • Space & Time #45: 1977, published by Gordon Linzner.  One of the full page illustrations entitld "Mai Kulala by Gene Day is signed by Dave (inks?).
    • The Staros Report #2: Jan 1995. Dave has a writer credit for "An Updated Amateur's Guide To The Best Comics In The Industry".
    • Telegraph Wire #4: 1982, 8.5" x 11" stapled fanzine 4 pages, edited by Tim Wallace and Diana Schutz. Has Cerebus on the cover and an article about the counterfeit Cerebus #1.
    • Telegraph Wire #7: A 1982 fanzine with a nice b/w cover of Cerebus by Sim. It’s ten pages counting covers and has mostly articles and reviews on Underground or Alternative commix. Edited by Diana Schutz
    • Telegraph Wire #10: 1982, 8.5" x 11" stapled fanzine, has a paragraph on Aardvark-Vanaheim's plans to have the card game "Priestess" in an upcoming issue of Cerebus.
    • Telegraph Wire #11: Oct / Nov 1983. Published by Comics and Comix, Inc. Has a few sentences on a purposed X-Men / Cerebus crossover and a picture of the cover to Cerebus #54.
    • Telegraph Wire #15: June / July 1984. Published by Comics and Comix, Inc. Contains a one page ad for Aardvark-Vanaheim comics.
  • Interviews
    • Acme Comics #2: Fantasian Productions, Spring 1983, 3 page interview of Dave and Deni by Tom Palmer.
    • Amazing Heroes #201: Sim interview about issue #154 (May 1992) 14 pages and a two page Gerhard interview, Cover art by both.
    • Amazing Heroes #42: A profile on Aardvark-Vanaheim, 10 pages a two page Sim / Cerebus article. Cerebus cover on the cover.
    • American Journal of Anthropomorphics #1: A large magazine (8.5 X 11 inches), 1993. with an interview with Sim. Full color covers, black & white interiors, about 102 pages.
    • Ark #32: Published in the UK by Paul Duncan, 1990. A small one paragraph review of Cerebus.
    • Ark #33: Published in the UK by Paul Duncan, August 1990. Interview with Dave and Gerhard.
    • Arken Sword #19: 1986, 6 page interview (part one) and a 5 page article on Cerebus.
    • Arken Sword #20: Part two of the Dave Sim interview.
    • Austin Chronicle: April 16, 1993, tabloid, with a full-color Dave Sim / Martin Wagner cover and feature story in which Wagner interviews Sim. The cover pic is large to download. It looks like it has been folded, but it is just how it was scanned in.
    • Bild & Bubbla: Feb 1996. Published by Seriefrämjandet, a Swedish magazine about comics. pages 12 - 20 have some Cerebus / Dave Sim material.
    • Broken Pencil #4: Winter 1997, reprints the first couple of pages of the interview "Whatever it is, I'm Against it" from Filler #4.
    • Cahiers de la Bande Dessinée, Les #68: March-April 1986, a 5 page interview plus a presentation of Cerebus and Sim (4 pages). During the eighties, this magazine was the support of an intellectual and serious critical discourse about european comics. In French.
    • The Coast: Sept 23 - Sept 29, 2010, free newspaper for Halifax, NS. Has a write up on Dave's last signing.
    • Combo #10: November 1995, published by Century Publishing Company. 3 page interview with Dave.
    • Comicgate Magazin #5: 2010. Two page interview with Dave, in German.
    • Comic Book Rebels: A trade paperback collection of interviews. There was a limited edition of 750, which was signed by seven creators (Alan Moore, Dave McKean, Dave Sim, Neil Gaiman, Frank Miller, Steve Bissette, Stanley Wiater, and Will Eisner) and came with a slip case. The picture of the signatures is blurry, but should give you an idea of what it looks like. The book, by Wiater and Bissette, deals with the changing face of the American comic book and the place that the various creators have within the evolution of comics. Taken from the collection: "Here, in twenty original interviews, leading figures in the field discuss how, approaching the graphic novel from an often daringly radical taboo-breaking perspective, they transformed it into a significant medium - at once art and literature - of our popular culture." "Dave Sim: One Man Army," pp. 96-109
    • Comic Buyer's Guide
      • unknown, p. 08 Rosie Hill in fan made Cerebus costume; p. 09 Cerebus head sketch signed by Dave dated 1982 in a big collage of signatures and sketches
      • The Buyer's Guide For Comics Fandom (TBG) #220, Feb 03, 1978. p. 71 quarter page ad for Cerebus #1 & 2
      • The Buyer's Guide For Comics Fandom (TBG) #221, Feb 10, 1978. p. 64 quarter page ad for Cerebus #1 & 2
      • The Buyer's Guide For Comics Fandom (TBG) #222, Feb 17, 1978. p. 64 quarter page ad for Cerebus #1 & 2
      • The Buyer's Guide For Comics Fandom (TBG) #269, Jan 12, 1979. p. 17 full page ad for Cerebus 1 - 6
      • The Buyer's Guide For Comics Fandom (TBG) #281, April 06, 1979. p. 19 half page ad for Cerebus # 7
      • The Buyer's Guide For Comics Fandom (TBG) #282, April 13, 1979. p. 71 half page ad for Cerebus # 8
      • The Buyer's Guide For Comics Fandom (TBG) #290, June 08, 1979. p. 53 half page ad for Cerebus # 9
      • The Buyer's Guide For Comics Fandom (TBG) #294, July 06, 1979. p. 43 half page ad for Cerebus # 10
      • #303: Sept. 7, 1979, Has a listing of the guests to a local convention called Cosmic Canada Con, and a Cerebus sketch by Dave dated 1979.
      • The Buyer's Guide For Comics Fandom (TBG) #304, Sept. 14, 1979. p. 30 full page ad for Cosmic Canada convention which has a waist up sketch of Cerebus by Dave signed 1979
      • The Buyer's Guide For Comics Fandom (TBG) #399, July 10, 1981. p. 17 Fit to Print has a review of Cerebus with a couple panels from issue 25.
      • The Buyer's Guide For Comics Fandom (TBG) #424, Jan 01, 1982. p. 26 full page ad for Cerebus #32
      • The Buyer's Guide For Comics Fandom (TBG) #445, May 28, 1982. In Fit to Print on p. 29 there is a 1/3 page article on Cerebus counterfeits. p. 39 full page ad for Cerebus 37
      • The Buyer's Guide For Comics Fandom (TBG) #451, July 09, 1982. In Fit To Print on p. 34 there is a 1/2 page article on Cerebus counterfeits and AV scheduling including a 1982 US Tour annoucement. p. 48 full page ad for Cerebus #39
      • The Buyer's Guide For Comics Fandom (TBG) #457, Aug 20, 1982. p. 34, picture of a Cerebus tree and Elrod bunny sketchs signed by Dave in 1982, picture of Dave from a con report for Chicago Comic Con also has a paragraph on his appearance there. p. 48 full page ad for issue 40
      • The Buyer's Guide For Comics Fandom (TBG) #464, Oct. 08, 1982. p. 28 an ad for the art on auction at San Deigo Comic Con lists the piece that Dave did for the 1981 con as being 11.5" x 8.75", shows a picture of it and starting bid of $15
      • The Buyer's Guide For Comics Fandom (TBG) #473, Dec 10, 1982. p. 44 - 45 article on Cerebus entitled "Aavenging Aardvark: Cerebus Swings a Mean Sword" reprinted from The Daily News, article has a 1/4 page sketch of Cerebus by Dave Sim dated 1982.
      • The Comics Buyer's Guide # 485, March 04, 1983. p. 03 Dave draws a sideways Fit to Print logo which has both Cerebus and Cat Yronwode; p. 21 full page ad for Cerebus #47
      • 487: March 18, 1983.
      • 490: April 08, 1983. p. 33 full page ad for Cerebus # 48; p. 34 article entitled "Cerebus fan club reorganized"
      • 494: May 6, 1983: two news articles: small front cover paragraph "Graphitti to sell Cerebus t-shirt" and on p.12 "Metal Hurlant to reprint Cerebus in french book".
      • 510: August 26, 1983. p. 02 has an ad for Bud Plant which shows the collection of 5 Cerebus pins going for $3.95 for the set. p. 20 Fit to Print's logo is drawn by Sim (dated 1983) and has a sketch of Cerebus in it. Also a sketch by Cat Yronwode of Cerebus.
      • 593 March 29, 1985. p.38 & 40: page and a half interview with Dave and Deni conducted in 1982 by Matt Dean. Has a picture of Dave and Deni and the art used on the cover of Cerebus the Newsletter #6 (though no CtN logo).
      • 701: News article entitled "'Cerebus' goes bi-weekly to catch up before #100" subtitled "First 80 issues to be collected in 3 books".
      • 989: Sim does a guest editorial on why he is doing an issue of Spawn.
      • 1048: News article by Dave Sim entitled "Cerebus collection has printing defect; Sim tells stores: Give them away, he'll replace them."
      • 1181: A guest "But I Digress" column by Dave while Peter David is on vacation. Entitled "Parting Shot" it Dave had originally asked Diamond Comic Distributors to run in its catalog.
      • 1267: A Sim interview conducted by Michael Cohen. Also has an article on Cerebus reaching the 20 year mark by Michael Cohen.
      • 1478: A letter from Sim appears
      • 1481: Dave writes a tribute to Harry Kremer
      • 1576: A two page article on Sim and Cerebus appears.
      • 1595: A 2 page interview with Dave entitled "Dave Sim on comics vs trades"
    • Comics Career #1: May 1991, an one page essay "Do You Really Want to Draw Comics?"
    • Comic Collector #1: 1992. Published by Aceville. Cerebus article.
    • Comics Collector #6: Published by Krause Publications Inc., 1985, has a three page review of Cerebus entitled "The Barbarian Aardvark".
    • Comic Culture, v. 2, no. 4: (Apr. 1995), "Spirits of Independence" (Sim & Gerhard tour) p. 11
    • Comic Culture, v. 1, no. 7: (June 1994) "An Interview with Dave Sim" / R. Relkin. p. 10-12, Cover title: Dave Sim: Outcast, Martyr, Pariah, Hero, Legend? A one page interview with Gerhard and a section on the history of Cerebus.
    • Comic Fandom's Forum #9: (Nov 1982) from NMP, 8 page interview and the cover.
    • Comics Forum #7: Autumn 1994, 6 page interview (Cerebus on cover not by Sim).
    • Comics Interview #100: 1991. Dave Sim is listed as #22 in the top 100 most powerful comics people.
    • Comics Interview #107: a small B&W comics magazine, has a Cerebus cover and a 31 page interview (I include pictures in the page count). Lots of pictures/sketches and some never before seen stuff out of his notebooks! A great interview & article. From 1992. Worth checking out. It is a Fictioneer Publication by David Anthony Kraft.
    • Comics International #206: August 2008. Published by Cosmic Publications, LTD. Interview with Dave about glamourpuss and Judenhass.
    • Comics Journal: Published by Fantagraphics.
      • #52: Dec. 1979, "Good Aardvark Art" by Kim Thompson. Reviews Cerebus #1 - 12. First mainstream review of Cerebus. 3 pages including sample art.
      • #59: Oct. 1980, Dave has a letter published.
      • #67: Oct. 1981, review of Cerebus: "Aardvarks High" by Gene Phillips of Cerebus #26 & 27. Also has a news article on Cerebus reaching its 30th issue.
      • #71: Apr. 1982, review of Cerebus, "Comics in 1981: Waiting for the Fruit Salad" by Kim Thompson and "Comics in 1981: From Elfland to Smallville" reviews by Dwight R. Decker.
      • #73: July 1982, "Counterfeit Cerebus #1s Flood Market" p. 12.
      • #77: Nov. 1982, "Howard Eugene Day 1951-1982" p. 6, an eulogy to Gene Day.
      • #82 & 83: July & Aug 1983, From Fantagraphics, A two part interview with Dave and Deni Sim. Cerebus on both covers and the combined page count is 33.
      • #90: June 1984, p. 95 - 111, "Bite Now, Suckers!" about Cerebus by John Clifton.
      • #91: July 1984, has an roundtable panel with artist/writers: John Byrne, Howard Chaykin, Will Eisner, Mike Grell, and (of course) Dave Sim. Moderated by Mike Gold. Also a news article entiled "Marvel Threatens Aardvark Vanaheim Over Cerebus Wolverine Cover."
      • #95: Feb 1985, a letter from Dave is published in "Blood and Thunder".
      • #100: July 1985, 5 page interview by Heidi MacDonald
      • #105: "A Declaration Of Independence" p. 87-90, also has a Dave Sim interview.
      • #113: Dec 1986. In the letters page both Scott McCloud and Richard Pini respond to Dave's "Declaration of Independence" that ran in TCJ #105. Sim replies to both letters in the letters page.
      • #117: Sept. 1987. R. Fiore reviews Cerebus #94 "Funnybook Roulette".
      • #118: Dec 1987. R. Fiore reviews Church & State, "Saints and Sinners".
      • #123: July 1988. Almost 3 pages of coverage on Dave's speech at the Capital City Distributers Sales Conference on May 9.
      • #124: Aug. 1988. R. Fiore reviews issues #107 - 111.
      • #127: Feb 1989, Sim speech transcript, less then a page, "Dave Sim's Vision of Comic Shops' Future" p. 3-4
      • #130: July 1989, 46 page interview, Sim & Gerhard cover
      • #134: Feb 1990, p. 115-119. The sketchbook features Gerhard. Also a Cerebus review, "Talking Heads".
      • #135: Apr 1990, p. 56 Wolveroach appears in a story on superhero parodies, includes picture.
      • #137: May 1990, Dave is mentioned in an article.
      • #138: Oct. 1990. R. Fiore reviews Jaka's Story. Also contains a list of Dave's 1990 Summer reading list.
      • #140: Feb 1991. Gary Groth replies to Dave's Note From the President in issue #141.
      • #154: Nov. 1992, p. 35 - 37. Review of Melmoth: "Cerebus the Nihilist: Melmoth"
      • #162: An issue that focuses on autobiographical cartoonists and Dave Sim is one of the many.
      • #163: (Nov. 1993), "Dave Sim Sketchbook" p. 107-109
      • #174: Feb. 1995, A bunch of writing on Sim's Cerebus #186: "That's Just Dave : an Exploration of the Recent Misogynistic Writings of Cerebus Author Dave Sim." -- INCLUDES: "The Story that Wasn't: 'Reads' and the Comics Industry" / J. Hagey and Kim Thompson. p. 112-117 ; "The Former Mrs Viktor Davis" / Deni Loubert. p. 116-118 ; "The Saddest Fate" / Anne Rubenstein. p. 119-120. The back cover has a drawing of Sim by Bill "The Elementals" Willingham.
      • #181: Oct 1995, "Face Front, True Believers! The Comics Industry Sounds Off on Stan Lee" p. 80-92, Sim contributed to this with many other creators.
      • #184 and 192: 184 contains part 1 of a Sim interview and a Cerebus cover. 192 has part 2 of the interview (with a Sakai Usagi Yujimbo cover).
      • #188: July 1996. Newswatch article p. 16 about "Reading Minds at the Words and Pictures Museum.
      • #223: Sim sketchbook
      • #235: Has an article by Sim on the 25th anniversity of TCJ.
      • #236: A letter from Dave that deals with the whole Jeff Smith incident from Cerebus #264 and also with Groth in Cerebus #267.
      • #241: Feb 2002. News article entitled "Writer Cool with Unauthorized Use of Script in Cerebus" by Michael Dean.
      • #245: Has an article by Sim
      • #253: Has a letter from Sim.
      • #258: Has a 14,893 word letter from Sim.
      • #260: 2 page article by Dave: "Making Space for Comics in the Real World"
      • #263: A critics "roundtable" on Cerebus.
      • #267: April / May 2005. 3 page essay, "Will Eisner In 3,000 Words or Less".
      • #300: Article entitled "Irredeemable: Dave Sim's Cerebus" by Tim Krieder.
      • Winter 2000: A two page comic / essay by Sim entitled "Alex Raymond school of art". SC, 12x12
    • Comics Retailer: Sept. 1992, contains the full text of that year's Diamond Seminar speech entitled "You Control Reality In Your Store". About 8 pages of text. Sent to retailers only, monthly magazine format.
    • Comics Scene #8: First series, published by Star Log in March 1983. Interview with Sim (& Deni) about Cerebus. Here is a larger look at the cover.
    • Comics Scene #9: First series, part two of the Sim (& Deni) interview, May 1983, 5 Page interview.
    • Comic Scene Special #1: published by O'Quinn Studios, 1987, Dave Sim article
    • Comic World #23: 1994. 3 pages about their work on Spawn # 10
    • Comicgate Magazin #5: June 2010. German comics magazine. Q&A with Dave Sim.
    • The Chronicle Herald: Sept 24, 2010. Newspaper of Halifax, NS. Has a full page write up with a picture of Dave Sim on Dave's last signing.
    • Cryptych #2: Sept. 1993, a gaming magazine. An Interview with Dave Sim
    • Digital Culture Stream vol 4: Media Development, 1996, a cd rom magazine that has an audio interview with Dave. Here is a screen shot and another screen shot.
    • Celebrate Diversity: Diamond Comics. 1994, a comic store promo. Has a comic strip by Sim.
    • Echo Magazine: April 1, 1999. This magazine is a Kitchener publication that is only distributed in the area. The print run was 15,000 and they were given away for free. This issue features an interview with Dave Sim and has a Cerebus cover by Sim. This issue of Echo was published to coincide with a store signing at Now And Then Books.
    • Etudes Canadiennes/Canadian Studies #22: 1987, An article by Jean-Paul Gabilliet entitled "Anatomie d’un comic-book canadien : Cerebus l’Oryctérope" about Cerebus. In French.
    • Exchange: Magazine for Business: March 1994, "2004: A Comic Odyssey", interview and article. Sim & Gerhard cover.
    • Fan #7: Cover #2 is an Indy Press Jam with Cerebus by Sim & Gerhard. Sim also talks about Cerebus hitting issue #200.
    • Fantasy Advertiser: Trident Comics
      • #78: April 1983. Full page add for Cerebus #47
      • #80: August 1983. Review of Cerebus #53.
      • #90: April 1985, Interview and a Cerebus article
      • #94: Dec 1985 / Jan 1986, 4 page interview
      • #106: Sept 1988. Small news article on the start of the biweekly reprints and a 1/3 page review of Cerebus #107 - 111.
      • #115: 1989, Interview, Sim & Gerhard cover (reprinted in Cerebus #125)
    • Feature Magazine: I'm using dates of publication instead of issue numbers. Approximately each year new numbers were used with a volume number, I do not know what volume numbers some of the issues are.
      • Oct / Nov 1995: Issue #1, vol #2. 11 page interview with Sim and Larry Marder "On the State of the Industry".
      • Feature Summer 1997: a small Sim article.
      • Feature Winter 1997: #4, volume 3; A 27 page Sim interview, a 7 page Gerhard interview, different industy pro's reactions to Cerebus (From Alan Moore to Neil Gaiman to Larry Marder to Jeff Smith and more). Here is the back cover which has the art to the cover without the text and graphics.(thanks Cerebus!)
    • Filler #4: Spring 1996, 100 pages. A 26-page interview with Dave Sim. For an except from this interview go to the Broken Pencil site for the "Whatever it is I'm against it" clip with Dave.
    • First Encounter #8: August 1983. Published by Western Canada Press. Has an article entitled "Dave Sim: The Man Behind Cerebus"
    • Four Color Magazine #3: published by Paragon, 1987, 8 1/2 by 11, 72 pgs. Has an article entitled "Upholding the Copyright" which is a talk with Marvel's copyright lawyer. A segment ‘The Aardvark and X-Roach’ talks about Sim’s Wolveroach covers.
    • Heritage Comics & Comic Art Auction #7073 catalog: Has 3 pages on the "High Society Collection", illustrations of the 10 pages from High Society that Dave auctioned off. Feb 21 - 23, 2013.
    • Hero Illustrated #5: From Warrior Publications in Nov 1993, a 4 page interview
    • Hero Illustrated #7: Jan 1994. An 4 page article on self publishing entitled "Taking the Plunge", it has a couple quotes from Dave.
    • Image et Récit : Littérature(s) et Arts Visuels du Canada: Paris, Presses de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, 1993, Jean-Noël Lacroix. A Cerebus article by Jean-Paul Gabilliet entitled "Cerebus : le retour au
    • Imprint: The student newspaper for the University of Waterloo.
      • Vol. 14, Number 9: Sept 13, 1991: Part one of an interview with Dave by Sandy Atwal
      • Vol. 14, Number 10: Sept 20, 1991: Part two of an interview with Dave by Sandy Atwal
    • Indy #8: 1994, From Blackmore Publishing. A comic sized magazine with a review of Very Vicky by Sim (cover by Tim Vigil).
    • Indy #13: Mentions Sim & Cerebus in an article.
    • Internal Correspondence: A magazine from Capital City Distribution.
      • June 1995: Cerebus cover by Dave and Gerhard, 1.5 page interview with Dave.
      • July 1995: July 1995. An article by entitled "Dave Sim's Survival Plan: Keep On Publishing in the Exclusive World."
    • Lone Star Express #119: Dec 1982. A comic sized newsprint magazine published by a comic book retailer and distributed to its subscription service and store customers. A Sim Cerebus cover and 7 page interview. Also has four Cerebus drawings and a pic of Dave. Text (only) reprinted later in the Cerebus Companion #1.
    • Masters of Comic Book Art: VHS Video, approx running time: 60 minutes. 1987. Hosted by Harlan Ellison, he interviews many a comic book legend. Among them is Dave Sim. I checked and Amazon has them for sale and also reviews it.
    • Mega #145 July 2009. An Italian Previews like magazine. Has Cerebus on the cover and a preview of the Italian translation of High Society.
    • Miriad #4: Summer 1981. Inside there is an insert of a program book for "Delta Draconis". As one of the lecturers Dave has contributed a sketch of Cerebus to it.
    • Miriad #5: Fall 1981, a Toronto, Ontario magazine with a 6 page Sim interview. There is a Cerebus cover by Kevin Davies.
    • Miriad #6: Winter 1981, 5 page Sim interview.
    • Mondo 2000 #13: 1995. "Dave did about 5 illustrations to accompany his own interview, entitled 'The Inquisition'."
    • Newtype #12: Vol 2, #12 from December 2003 2 page "Interview with an Aardvark". Well, with Dave actually. heh.
    • The Onion: A.V. Club: A 4,000 word interview with Dave Sim. April 1 - 7, 2004 issue.
    • Previews: Published by Diamond Comic Distributers.
      • Vol #5 Issue #9: September 1995. 4 Page interview with Dave on reaching issue #200. #200 is also a "Gem of the Month"
      • Vol #11 Issue #3: March 2001. 1 Page interview on reaching issue 266.
      • Vol #14 Issue #1: Jan. 2004. 2 Page essay by Dave on reaching issue #300 entitled "Cerebus: Hail and Farewell".
      • Vol #18 Issue #2: Feb. 2008. glamourpuss #1 preview.
    • Saturday Night: November 2003. An insert with the Canadian newspaper "The National Post". A 5 page interview, has a full page color picture of Dave & Ger. Interview entitled "Comic Book Anti-Hero".
    • Scarce #38: Winter 1993. An French magazine about comics. This issue contains a 7 page interview with Dave.
    • Scarce #70: Vol 2. 2007. A couple different articles on Cerebus and Dave Sim totaling 9 pages.
    • Sez Who?! #2: January 1995, published by Dark Dimensions Publications, with an "In-depth Look At Cerebus" that is 2 articles on Cerebus for a total of 19 pages plus the cover.
    • Shades: A Toronto based music magazine in newspaper format
      • #31: Nov / Dec 1983, Part one of the Dave Sim interview. Here are the inside two pages. And here is a larger picture of the cover from two scans I put together.
      • #32: March 1984, Part 2 of the interview.
    • SPACE 2003 Booklet: From the Small Press & Alternative Comics Expo in 2003. BW cover by Sim. And an interview with him as well.
    • SPACE 2008 Booklet: From the Small Press & Alternative Comics Expo in 2008. Has a two page annoucement for Judenhass.
    • Speakeasy #105: Dec '89 / Jan '90, Interview
    • Spectrum Super Special #3: Nov 2005, published by Win-Mill Productions. 10 page interview with Dave by Craig Miller.
    • Wizard #17: Jan 1993. 3 page interview with Dave. 1 piece of new art.
    • Wizard #21: May 1993. Continues the interview from Wizard #17. 2 pages.
    • Wizard #35: July 1994. Profile on Gerhard.
    • Wizard #58: June 1996. 4.5 page interview with Dave and a small piece on Gerhard. Has an illustration also.
    • Wizard #62: October 1996. This issue's "Basic Training" article is by Gerhard.
    • Wizard #89: January 1999. Time Travel by Tom Root is "Aardvark Ascendant", 1 page article on Cerebus.
    • Wizard #147: April 2004. The "Picks Q&A" is with Dave, and there is a page on Cerebus being CGC graded.
    • Wizard #219: January 2010. The end of Cerebus is one of the "Millennial Milestones" for 2004, it is just a 1/3 page blurb with the "belch" picture.
    • Wizard Edge #1: An one page interview with Dave, one page color picture. 2004
    • Wordproven Underground Special Edition #1: Dec 1992, four page interview.
  • Misc.
    • 1983 Maplecon 5 Program Book: Sim cover. It measures 8 and a half inches high and 5 and a half inches wide.
    • 1984 Maplecon 6 Program Book: A Sim cover. It measures 8 and a half inches high and 5 and a half inches wide. It contains the schedule for the Maplecon science fiction show, with bios about the guests of honour, some artwork, and short writeups.
    • Maplecon 7 Program Book: 1985. Dave and Gerhard each have a 1/2 page biography.
    • ACE Comics #1: July 1995, published by Comics Route, for Alternative Comics Expo. 1 page comic by Dave Sim in the style of Jeff Jones. Also has a picture of Cerebus by Jeff Matheson.
    • After Image #4: November 1987, published by Martin Beeson. BW. Has a 5 page article entitled "Cerebus Earth Pig Century".
    • Age of Heroes #2A: Has a letter from Dave Sim
    • Age of Heroes #2B: Has a letter from Dave Sim
    • Alan Moore: Portrait of an Extraordinary Gentleman: by Gary Spencer Millidge (Editor), published by Abiogenesis Press, 352 pages. Reprints the Dave Sim / Alan Moore "From Hell" exchange that was originally printed in the back of some issues of Cerebus. You can purchase it though Amazon.com.
    • Alter Ego #10: Autumn 2001 - 100 pages Michael T. Gilbert and Dave Sim take yet another look at Wayne Boring, Superman's second artist
    • Alter Ego #36: Dave conducts an interview with Adrian & Pat Dingle and Bill Thomas.
    • Amazing Heroes: Their annual Preview Special had a review of the upcoming year for Cerebus
    • American Flagg! #9: article on "The Origins of Independent Comics" has a full page for Cerebus with an illustration.
    • American Flagg! #10: article on "The Origins of Independent Comics" has a Deni quote and another illustration.
    • Arena Magazine #3: Sept 1992, Sim speech transcript, 6 pages, part of the cover
    • Art of P. Craig Russell: Hardcover. Dave did the introduction to this collection.
    • The Atlantic: August 1986, vol. 258 #2. In a 4 page article entiled "Comic Books For Grown-Ups" by Lloyd Rose, there is a page review of Cerebus.
    • Atlanta Fantasy Con program: 1979. Dave did a piece of Cerebus art that appeared in this con program booklet.
    • Bacchus:
      • #12: Dave is in the backcover picture of Bacchus' 4000 Birthday Bash at Ozcon 5, Sydney, 02/11/95
      • #13: A parody of Dave interrupting a wedding
      • #14: Another parody of Dave about to get his "bobbit" cut off by the bride in a parody of the "injury-to-eye" motif.
      • #15: Back cover photo has Dave in an illustration.
      • #16: Back cover features a "mug shot" of Dave.
    • Back Issue #31: Dec 2008, Steve Gerber Tribute issue. Dave is listed as a penciler on "Off My Chest: "There was something about the guy..." Friends of Ol' Gerber Speak Out"
    • Batman #235: Sim fan letter to DC, Sept 1971
    • The Beavers: A weekly comic strip that Dave did for the "Kichener-Waterloo Dispatch" newspaper for one year 1976-77.
    • The Beavers Buttons: Pin on buttons of the characters from the strip.
    • BEM #34: July 1981, Dave interviews Kurt Schaffenberger. Also an article on Cerebus. B&W.
    • Bizarre Heroes #8: Dec 1994, published by Fiasco Comics Inc. Picture of Dabve on the inside front cover.
    • Busted #17: Vol 2. Spring 2004. Cover by Sim. Newsletter of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.
    • Canuck Comics: A Guide to Comic Books: Published by Matrix Books, 1986, edited by John Bell with a foreword by Harlan Ellison. Trade paperback, 154 pages, Kevin Steacy cover.
    • Cerebus the Barbarian Messiah: 2012, edited by Eric Hoffman. 230 pages, index. Essays on Cerebus.
    • Cerebus Readers in Crisis #1: BW, color cover. By Jeff Seiler (writer), Larry Hart (artist) and Jeff Tundis (cover Technician & Colorist). Dave did the logo and one page of art inside.
    • Cerebus Readers in Crisis #2: BW, color cover. Cover by Dave Sim.
    • Cerebus Readers in Crisis #3: BW, color cover. Cover by Dave Sim. Has an interview with Dave on glamourpuss and Judenhass.
    • Cerebus Readers in Crisis #4: BW, color cover. Cover by Dave Sim.
    • CFA-APA #18: April 1990. An interview that Dave did with Kurtzman is reprinted.
    • CFA-APA #71: March 2007. Has an article on Cerebus with some art.
    • Christmascon: 1979, BW. Cerebus is on the front cover to the Christmascon program.
    • Collected Letters 2004: "Volume 17" of the Cerebus phonebook collections. This collects the correspondence Dave has sent out in reply to letters he has gotten in 2004. From Gerhard about the cover: "That is a composite photo of the upstairs hallway with an office at each end. Mounted on the wall in the middle is the original cover art for CEREBUS JAM. At the back of the house on the main floor is a studio-apartment setup that Dave moved into a couple of years ago. So it is the A-V office and Dave's home." And yes, they will be correcting the spelling error on the cover before publication.
    • Collected Letters 2: 5.5" X 8.5"Collects more of Dave's correspondence, this time from June 4 to August 4, 2004.
    • Comic Book Artist #6: Nov 2005, a tribute to Will Eisner. Dave contributed some writing to "Paying Homage: Tribute to the Great Will Eisner"
    • Comic Book Artists: 1993, edited by Alex G. Malloy and published by Attic Books, LTD. Has a single page for Dave Sim which includes a very short profile and a price guide to Cerebus (up to issue 166.
    • Comic Book Design: 2009, by Gary Spencer Millidge, published by Watson-Guptill Publications. Has a page on Gerhard and his use of computer models, cardboard models and floor plans on the background of Cerebus, and several other mentions of Cerebus and Dave in the book.
    • Comic Buyer's Guide #1434: May 11, 2001. Peter David's But I Digress column is about Dave and Cerebus.
    • Comic Eye: From Blind Bat Press, 2007. Dave did the cover to this trade paperback with colors by Bernie Mireault.
    • Comic Foundry: Spring 2008. 1/3 page interview with Dave about glamourpuss. Also has a picture of the "Cerebus for Dictator" shirt in an article about tee-shirts.
    • Comic Foundry: Fall 2008. In an interview with Gail Simone she is asked "you also had conflict online with Dave Sim over some of his bigoted views towards woman. . ." and there is a reponse in which she states "I really prefer just to think of him as the towering talent who created her favorite comic."
    • Comic Foundry Spring 2009. Has a 1/8 page article entitled "How to sound smart about. . .Cerebus" which discusses some of the basics about the comic. Also has a small blurb on Aardvark-Vanaheim in a piece entitled "Size doesn't matter" about small publishers.
    • Comics Informer #4: Vol 1, March / April 1982. Has a 2 and a half page review of Cerebus
    • Comic Informer #4: March / April 1982. Published by Comic Informer Enterprises Inc. Has a 2 and a half page review of Cerebus.
    • Comic Informer #7: Jan / Feb 1983. Published by Comic Informer Enterprises Inc. Has an ad on the back inside cover for an interview with Dave in the next issue, with Cerebus art. However, the next issue was never published that I can find.
    • Comics Reader: Later issues of this fanzine had a circulation of less than 2,500 copies. 10 1/4 inches by 7 inches, 64 pages, issue numbers approximately 194 and up had a Cerebus ad.
    • Comics Revue 200: Cerebus Cover.
    • Comics Week #1: July 13, 1987. Two pictures from Cerebus: page 8 and page 27.
    • Comix Experience 5th Anniversity Ashcan: Aka "Comix Ecsperiense" Comic. Published 1994 by the comic book store Comix Experience.
    • Comix Fair: 1983, convention booklet. 7.5" x 10.5", 48 pages. Dave was a guest at this convention so he has a full page write up and there is some Cerebus art.
    • Cosmic Can Con '79: 8 pages. 2 loose plates. 8 1/2" x 11". Back cover by Sim. Here is a larger look at the back cover with Cerebus.
    • Dave Sim: Conversations: Edited by Eric Hoffman and Dominick Grace, published by University Press of Mississippi, 2013. 244 pages, hardcover. Reprints various interviews with Dave Sim from 1982 to 2006.
    • Deadspawn Three: Dave lettered Gene Day's The Karmov Effect. 1980.
    • Diamond Speech Mini: "Glue bound 1st printing of Dave's 6/14/92 address to the Diamond Seminar. 12 pages. This was given out on his 1992 US tour.
    • The Diversifier #14: May 1976. Sim did two illustrations for story The Dark Tower by Robert Eber
    • Dork Covenant: The Collected Dork Tower: Volume I, introduction by Sim.
    • Dragonbane #1: Canadian fantasy magazine published by Triskell Press in 1978. Issue contains one illustration by Dave Sim.
    • Dragonfields #3: Summer 1980, published by Triskell Press. Dave did 4 drawings for a Michael Moorcock story entitled "The Heroes in Heroic Fantasy".
    • Dungeoneer #14: November/December 1979, Judges Guild & Paul Jaquays, Features an article entitled "Aardvarks in Fantasy Gaming" by P.Jaquays, which features "Cerebus the Battling Aardvark".
    • EagleStar #2: Published by Larry A Johnson, 1978. Has a one page pin-up by Sim.
    • Entertainment Weekly: April 16, 2004 issue. Features a 1/3 page review of the complete Cerebus and issue #300.
    • Essential Starchild #2: October 2000, Coppervale Press. James A. Owen writes an essay entitled "The Ballad of Martin Humble Part One - Or, Don't Tug on the Aardvark's Tail" wherein he discusses the Marty character from Cerebus, several pages from Guys with Marty in them are also reprinted with commentary.
    • Exclaim!: Dec 2006 / Jan 2007, has a 2/3 page article entitled "Voice of Sim" about Dave's reading of the Torah and a picture of him in a rocking chair reading.
    • Fan Art Review: Jan 1977. Sim did an illustration for this entitled the star spawn.
    • Fantasy & Comic Art: Bud Plant's catalog of comics, art and miscellanea.
      • Fantasy & Comic Art: #18, Summer 1981. Inside there is some various Cerebus items, and the back cover has a 2/3 page note congratulating Dave on his continued success with Cerebus.
      • Fantasy & Comic Art: Spring 1982. Cover is art from various Cerebus publications by Dave.
    • Finder one shot: Lightspeed Press, 1998. Dave contributed to the letters section.
    • Flaming Carrot Collection #1: A two page forward by Sim. Also reprints the FC stories from Cerebus #61 - 63.
    • Flaming Carrot Comics Collected Limited Edition Hardcover #1: Dec 2008, limited to 850 signed copies and 200 signed and sketched copies. Has a Dave Sim introductioned entitled "Bob Burden The Man Who Proved The Earth is Flat". Published by Dark Horse Comics.
    • Following Cerebus: Published semi-quarterly by Win-Mill Productions. An excellent comic sized publication on Cerebus, Gerhard, Dave and anything Dave thinks is interesting (and he does relate it to Cerebus, like the Neal Adams article & interview he did for FC #9). Go to Win-Mill Productions page on subscription information for more info and how to order it.
    • Front Row Centre: A cable tv digest, the Kitchener version had reprints of Dave's newspaper comic strip "The Beavers". Various issues had reprints, the issue I know of are November/December 1979 and January/February 1980.
    • Gasm #1: Story entitled "Baby" written and drawn by Gene Day with letters by Dave Sim.
    • Goddess, Untold Tales of Zolastraya #1: From Twilight Twins in March 1989, Sim did the cover of this issue.
    • Guest of Honor: A signed (by Neil Gaiman) and numbered edition (to 2,500 copies) ashcan edition of "Guest of Honor at Chicago Comicon 1993." B&W, 24 pages. A tribute to Gaiman, it has a one page story by Sim. The regular edition was limited to 10,000 copies.
    • Gun-Fu: Collected edition Volume #1 has an introduction by Dave.
    • Heroes Con 1985 Booklet: Con booklet from the Charlotte Heroes Con 1985. Also a page inside with some Cerebus stuff.
    • Hilly Rose #8: Contains an ad for Patty Cake that Dave co-wrote.
    • Hogan's Alley v. 1 #2: 1995, "The Curious Conicidence of the Comical Conan Clones" by Nat Gertler. Talks about Cerebus and Groo.
    • Hotwacks Magazine #11: Some art by Dave.
    • Hotwacks Quarterly #7: Summer 1981. Includes a comic strip by Dave Sim entitled "Hard-Boiled Dick and Rudy", 2 pages. Cover/article on Stevie Nicks.
    • How's Your Beaver?: 1974 by The Highway Book Shop. For the complete book, go to the Art of Dave Sim website and scroll down to How's Your Beaver?
    • Howard Chaykin: Conversation: hardcover, published by University Press of Mississippi, edited by Brannon Costello. Reprints the interview with Howard Chaykin that Dave did for Comic Art News and Reviews vol 3 # 7 / 8 (1975).
    • Idler, The: issue #33, Spring 2004, published by Idle Limited. Has a 7 page review of the complete Cerebus saga.
    • Image Comics: The Road To Independence: Has an introduction by Sim.
    • Images of Groo #4: Sim did a picture of Groo for the 1995 Groo Wildstorm trading card set (#4 of 9). Here is another look at it.
    • Independents: DVD, subtitled "A guide for the creative spirit". 77 min. Does not feature Dave Sim directly, but does have several well know independant comics creators talking about him. The DVD can be purchased at their website.
    • Indy Magazine #5: Jaka illustration on the cover with other female indy comic characters.
    • International Journal of Comic Art Vol 3 #1: Spring 2001. Has an article entitled "Shaping Sounds in Comics" by Joost Pollman that mentions Dave Sim and Cerebus.
    • Introduction to Canadian Comicbooks: Published by Aurora Books in 1986. Comic book sized informational book about Canadian comic books, from 1941 to 1985. Has a cover of Cerebus by Dave Sim. Written by Dan Theaker.
    • Invaders From The North: published by Dundurn, written by John Bell. A history of Canadian comic books, includes many references to Dave, Gerhard, Cerebus, et al.
    • Iron Man #37: 1971. Letter from Dave Sim.
    • It's a Fanzine! #22: Jan 1984. Fanzine, contains a review of Cerebus by Lawrence Stewart entitled "One Awe-Sim Little Aardvark".
    • It's a Fanzine #25: Aug 1984. The Aardvark-Vanaheim logo, with Cerebus in it, appears in the AV section of "What's New" that covers Flaming Carrot coming to AV.
    • Jack Kirby collector #27: Feb 2000. Dave participates in an "virtual round table" on how Jack Kirby influenced their art.
    • Jack Staff #5: Image Comics, May 2004. One page essay by Paul Grist on the end of Cerebus.
    • Joe Matt's Peep Show #13: Has a letter from Dave in it.
    • Joe Matt’s Jam Sketchbook: Published by Joe Matt and only distributed to local comic stores in Toronto and Philadelphia, has a jam with Dave Sim. 104 pages.
    • Joe Shuster Award poster: 2008. 11" x 17", color. Art by Dave Sim. Limited to 20 signed & numbered copies.
    • Joe Shuster Award poster: 2009. 11" x 17", BW. Art by Dave Sim. Limited to 20 signed & numbered copies and 5 artist's proofs.
    • Judenhass: 2008, color cover, BW interior. Written and drawn by Dave. Visit the official website. There was also an advanced preview edition which was the same as the regular edition but the cover had the text 'advanced preview edition' on it.
    • KRANG! #5: BW minicomic by Derek McCulloch, published Severely LTD Press. Has a introduction by Dave.
    • Lone Star Express #118: Sim did two Cerebus sketches for this issue.
    • Lone Star Express #125: June 1983. The B&W artwork to the Swords of Cerebus #5 backcover is shown on a full page.
    • Maclean's: Volume 121, #29 published by Rogers Publishing Limited. An article on Steve Ditko entitled "The Invisible Hand Behind Spidy" has a quote from Dave.
    • Maplecon 5 Program Book: 1983, full wrap around Cerebus cover by Dave Sim. It measures 8 and a half inches high and 5 and a half inches wide.
    • Maplecon 6 Program Book: 1984, a Sim cover. It measures 8 and a half inches high and 5 and a half inches wide. It contains the schedule for the Maplecon science fiction show, with bios about the guests of honour, some artwork, and short writeups.
    • Nerve #7: Dave contributed to an ad in this issue.
    • No Preaching: DVDs of Dave's reading the 1611 King James Bible. Currently Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Judges, Joshua and First Samuel have been released.
    • ‘Nuff Said Radio show: WBAI-FM, 99.5 in NYC, 12/08/97. An one hour interview with Dave Sim.
    • One For Sorrow: Volume 1: "Secrets", hardcover. Forward by Dave Sim
    • Oombah Jungle Moon Man #1: Ad for The True North #2 benefitting the CLLDF.
    • Open Season #7: Ad for the Comics Legends Legal Defense Fund (precursor to the CBLDF) featuring The True North poster.
    • Overstreet Fan #7: Cerebus on the cover with other indy comic characters
    • Pacific Comics Fantasy Catalogue 1981: BW. Full page ad for the Six Deadly Sins prints.
    • Phantom Stranger #17: Vol 4, Jan / Feb 1978. A letter from Dave appears.
    • PRINT America's Graphic Design Magazine: Nov/Dec 1988 - Special Comics Issue: A reference book of sorts, has a history of comics and biographies of some comics creators. Some Sim / Cerebus / Gerhard material, but I'm not sure exactly what.
    • Puma Blues Book Two: Sense of Doubt: Dave wrote the introduction for this collection.
    • Reading Comics: by Douglas Wolk from Da Capo Press, July 2007. Reprints an essay Douglas wrote about Cerebus entitled "Dave Sim: Aardvark Politick".
    • Rion 2990 #1: Sept 1986. The back cover has an ad for TMNT #8 with the art from the Southern Dutchess Promo poster that features TMNT and Cerebus.
    • Rolling Stone #578: May 17, 1990. A couple paragraphs and two pieces of art from Cerebus in the hot comics article.
    • San Diego Comic Con Program Book 1981: As a half page Cerebus by Sim.
    • San Diego Comic Con Program Book 1983: Deni attended for AV, but Dave didn't. But the program does include a half page by Sim of Cerebus as the Beatles.
    • The Sanctuary: October 2010, graphic novel by Nate Neal. Dave does the introduction for the book.
    • Scream Dec 1973: Has a letter from Dave.
    • Sketch Magazine Vol 1 #6: 2000, Published by Blue Line Productions. Has a review of Cerebus Guide To Self Publishing.
    • Skim Lizard #5: 1994. Published by the Puppy Toss Artweirdcollective. Reprints a letter from Dave sent to the collective.
    • SPACE 2004 program booklet: Has a panel from Cerebus on front cover. "Farewell to Cerebus" theme to booklet has different small press creators thanking Dave & Gerhard, with art.
    • SPACE 2010 program booklet: 2010. The program schedule has a note about the Cerebus Live! V panel.
    • Space Beaver v2: collection of Space Beaver comics by Darick Robertson, published by AiT / Planet Lar, has a pin-up by Sim from issue #10 of Space Beavers.
    • Space Wars
      • Space Wars vol 2 #1: Feb 1978, 5 page comic entitled "Paper Dragons" by Gene Day (art & story) and Dave Sim (lettering). Also printed in Faerie Star #1 and Future Day.
      • Space Wars Vol 2 #4: Aug 1978, 6 page comic entitled "Gifts of Silver Splendor by Gene Day (art and story) and Dave Sim (lettering). Also printed in Future Day and Dr. Wirtham's Comics and Stories #1.
      • Space Wars Vol 2 #5: Dec 1978, 6 page comic entitled "Gauntlet" by Gene Day (art & story) and Dave Sim (lettering). Also printed in Future Day.
    • Space Wars Heroes: Spring 1979. Also titled "Ancient Astronaut Special Edition". Reprints "Gauntlet" by Gene Day (art & story) and Dave Sim (lettering).
    • Star Wars: Crimson Empire #5: published by Dark Horse in 1998. Dave Sim wrote a one page biography on Diana Schutz.
    • Strange Attractors volume 1: Chaos Jitterbug: trade paperback, published by RetroGrafix, 1996. Written by Mark Sherman. Art by Michael Cohen. Preface by Dave Sim.
    • Strangehaven #1: Italian version only, published in 2003 by Black Velvet. Introduction by Dave Sim.
    • Strangehaven #4: Has a letter from Dave.
    • Strangehaven #6: Has a letter from Dave.
    • Strangehaven #16: published in 2004 by Abiogenesis Press, text article by Gerhard and Dave Sim.
    • Strangehaven: Arcadia: Published in 1998 by Abiogenesis Press, collects issues 1-6 of Strangehaven by Gary Spencer Millidge. Introduction by Dave Sim.
    • Strangers in Paradise: I Dream of You: Dave did the afterword for this collection by Terry Moore. I got a scan of it from a fellow Cerebus fan and as soon as I get it uploaded I'll post it.
    • Subliminial Tattoos #4: Spring 1995, review of Cerebus #189 by Joe Zabel.
    • Superman #203: Jan 1968. Contains a letter from Dave Sim.
    • Tales from the Bog #5: Aberration Press, 1995. Letter from Gerhard.
    • The Best of the Legion Outpost: Nov 2004 from TwoMorrows Publishing, edited by Glen Cadigan. Reprints a letter from Dave that was originally printed in Legion Outpost #8.
    • Southwest Society of Comic Creators Newsletter #6 April 1995. Has an article "Spirts of Independence convention brings many area self-publishers and creators to Austin" which has a piture and some quotes from Dave.
    • The Spirit #47: September 1988 from Kitchen Sink Press. Has a picture of Dave on the inside back cover.
    • Third Person: Authoring and Exploring Vast Narratives: Edited by Pat Harrigan and Noah Wardrip-Fruin, published by The MIT Press, 2009. 4 page article by Dave Sim entitled "On Writing Cerebus".
    • Three Minute Sketchbook, The: Volume 1, #1. Published October 2007. Has one page with a sketch by Dave: Just a head sketch of Cerebus.
    • To Be Annouced #2: Strawberry Jam Comics, 1985. Letter from Dave filed as "Dad"
    • To Be Annouced #4: Strawberry Jam Comics, 1985. Letter from Dave filed as "Dad"
    • Too Much Coffee Man #22: Published by Adhesive Press, April 2005. Dave did the cover for this issue.
    • Toronto Comic Con 2004: A jam piece with Will Eisner's The Spirit and Dave Sim with Cerebus.
    • Trollords Classics: 115pg trade paperback released from TruStudios in 1995, introduction by Sim.
    • Uncanny Dave Cockrum...A Tribute: 2004, published by Aardwolf Publishing. Dave contributed a 1/2 page pin-up of Cerebus in a Wolverine costume.
    • Understanding Comics: By Scott McCloud. Art from Cerebus is shown in the book.
    • Ultimate Spider-Man 100 Project: Features a one page pin-up by Dave.
    • Versus: 10.75" X 8", newsprint, has columns by Dave on local Kitchener politics. See the titles below.
      • October 2006: Vol 1 #1: How To Fight City Hall: . . .All You Have To Do Is Show Up To One Of Their Meetings
      • November 2006: Vol 1 #2: Let Them Eat Bingo: Can Downtown Kitchener Still Support A Local Grocery Store?
      • December 2006: Vol 1 #3: Advise & Dissent: Amid Protests, Kitchener Approves Krug St. Bingo Hall
      • Febuary 2007: Vol 1 #4: Kitchener Speaks: Area Residents Air Their Views On The New Bingo Hall
      • March 2007: Vol 1 #5: The Winning Number: Rosemount Residents Fail to Win Over City Council
      • December 2007: Vol 1 #6: Confessions of a Global Warming Denier
      • February 2008: Vol 1 #7: The Great Comic Book Heroes: Jules Feifer's Seminal Work Republished, Revisited. Also contains a 1/2 page ad for Cerebus that features the art from the Guys Promo Sheet.
      • March 2008: Vol 1 #8: Dave did the cover and possibly an article entitled "Tim Hortons Tower" which is by a "Viktor Davis". Also has an advertisement for glamourpuss.
      • May 2008: Vol 1 #9: Dave did the cover art. Also has a full page ad for glamourpuss and a 1/2 page add for the Cerebus phonebook Guys, which uses the art from the Guys Promo Sheet.
      • July 2009: Vol 1 #10: Dave did the cover art. There was a limited edition which was signed by Dave, limited to 10 copies.
      • September 2009: Vol 1 #11: Dave did the cover art.
    • Vignettes: The Autobiographical Comix of Valentino: Sim wrote the intro for this book published in 1995 by Renegade Press.
    • WAP!: Words And Pictures. 1988 - 1989. 8 1/2" x 11, from 20 to 24 pages. Newsletter for comics professionals, unstapled. 8 issues. Dave did a front page story entitled "Self Publishing and You" for WAP #6 and an article on the Sim vs. Diamond Distributors over circulation of the phonebooks appears in WAP #3.
    • Will Eisner: Conversations: Published by University Press of Mississippi, 2011, edited by M. Thomas Inge. Contains a reprint of an interview Dave Sim did with Will Eisner from Comic Art News and Reviews #23.
    • Will Eisner's Quarterly #4: Published in 1985 by Kitchen Sink. 64 interior pages, with an 8 page Will Eisner discussion with Sim & Archie Goodwin from the Greensboro, NC Comics Convention of July 28, 1985.
    • Wizard #190: August 2007. Cerebus makes the "Top 300 comic book deaths" at #48.
    • Wizard: Nov 1997 issue The calender insert for December 6 has a picture commemorating the 20th anniversity of Cerebus #1.
    • Wizard #193: Indie Gems spotlight on Cerebus #1 on page 118.
    • Wizard Top 100 Trade Paperbacks of All Time special 2006 #92: Cerebus Vol 2: High Society.
    • Warp #14: Published by First. 1983. Dave did the illustrations for the article "The Origins of "Independent" Comics Part 6".
    • Young Gods & Friends #1: Fantagraphics, Dec 2003. Dave wrote the introduction to this hardcover.