103 issues [1982 - 1992]
10 - 11, 17 - 18, 24, 39, 47, 61 - 63, 65 - 66, 68 - 74, 77 - 78, 82 - 83, 89, 92 - 93, 95 - 101, 104 - 110, 112, 115, 119, 125, 128 - 131, 133 - 135, 138 - 139, 141 - 142, 144 - 145, 147 - 148, 150, 153 - 154, 156 - 158, 162 - 164, 167, 170 - 203
Just flipping through there are a lot of great covers on the book. There's obviously a bit of a mainstream focus, which for the 1980s means they covered a lot of mediocre comics, but they did also manage to shine the spotlight on most of the high points of their era, even covered the mediocre stuff in an interesting way sometimes, and frequently had articles looking at the best of past comics as well. A lot of good regular contributors, including Don Rosa (bringing his Info Center from TCR and later some themed cover galleries, including lots of gorillas. He was blogging before there was a word for blogs!), Dwight Decker, Adam-Troy Castro, Teri Wood and others.
#100 - Jack Kirby special
#47 - Kirby's return to the New Gods
#71 - Long Alan Moore interview and checklist with a great Bissette cover of Moore.
#77 - A Mr. Monster / Swamp Thing cover for the never-realized crossover
#158 - A special on 3-D comics, with a Kubert pseudo-3-D cover and a few Kirby pieces among the 3-D pages inside
#61 - Groo issue with a great Aragonés cover
#177 - Spectacular Gil Kane cover spotlighting a fascinating interview
#187 - Great Stan Sakai interview, plus an 8-page comic about how he draws USAGI YOJIMBO
#109 - Scott McCloud interview, with a ZOT!/DESTROY!!! cover
#200 - Comics about comics, with a preview of UNDERSTANDING COMICS, an illustrated interview with Larry Marder and comics by Fred Hembeck, Ty Templeton, Matt Feazell and others.
Another one where I'm pretty much keeping what I have. Might still pick up some more back-issues at some point, although I have most that are of major interest.