It was a good title, and I recall comics dealers telling us that #2(?) had "low distribution," a typical Overstreet phrase to suggest added collector value. Was this actually true or was it a comic-dealer scam?
I wouldn't be surprised if both were true.
Most comic book magazines from the 70 and 80s (and most treasury-sized books as well) aren't easy to find due to their size and demand for them is from what I dealt with is inconsistent some magazines are in always in demand, while others are not and some depend on other factors (like if a popular creators did a story/art in an issue, if a character that debuted in a magazine is getting revived by a popular creators or a popular storyline is getting reprinted, getting a sequel, is getting finished, etc). Most LCS around where I live that would carry them the magazines aren't the best of condition (most are VG at best) and some aren't even bagged and boarded (those issues of Epic Illustrated
I mentioned above were like that).