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Ink Stains 84: No Sex 8

David Heath Jr. is no longer here, but his great zine, No Sex, lives on! No Sex 8: January, 1978 Editor: David Heath Jr., Publisher: Dan Watson Once again, David Heath Jr (and Dan Watson) bring us the deeply packed (with fun a...
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Ink Stains 83: Radion 7

Back for round 2, Tom Mason with Radion 7! Radion 7, July 1978 Editor and publisher, Tom Mason What?  Tom Mason won’t go away? This guy again, you say? Yes, I say! I was just recently gifted with issue 7, the cover of w...
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Ink Stains 82: Fantastic Fanzine 6/7

Gary Groth strikes again! Fantastic Fanzine 6/7, present yourself! Fantastic Fanzine 6/7: April/May 1969 Editor and publisher: Gary Groth   If you follow Ink Stains, you will have seen several issues showcased already of G...
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Ink Stains 81: Radion 6

Tom Mason has been working as a professional writer in the entertainment field for awhile now, before that, Malibu Comics. But, before that, there was…Radion! Radion 6: August, 1977 Editor and publisher: Tom Mason  ...
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Ink Stains 80: No Sex 13

Sex or No Sex? Easy choice this time…it’s No Sex 13! No Sex 13: 1980 Editor and publisher: David Heath Jr. The loyal readers of this column will know from a previous installment how wonderful this little zine was,...
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Ink Stains 79: RBCC 134

RBCC was one of the longest running and most consistently excellent fanzines around, come see why! RBCC 134: March 1977 Editor and Publisher: James Van Hise I have covered one other issue of this incredibly consistent publicati...
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Ink Stains 78: Third Rail

If you like golden/silver age fantasy and horror, these names will ring a bell…Al Williamson, Reed Crandall, Stephen Bissette and Tom Yeates! All in Third Rail! Third Rail 1: June, 1981 Editor/Publisher: Ken Feduniewicz The c...
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Ink Stains 77: Fandom Circus 2

See some very early Jaime Hernandez in this multi-story filled fanzine, Fandom Circus! Fandom Circus 2: 1978 Editor and publisher: Rich Lisiura There were not many fanzines in the late seventies that were composed entirely or a...
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Ink Stains 76: Chronicle 2

John Severin, John Byrne, Stan Sakai and more in this second issue of Chronicle! Chronicle 2: 1972 Editor/Publisher: George Breo Way back in January of this year, I profiled Chronicle 1 (see the column here) and I am sure I wil...
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Ink Stains 75: Omniman Spectacular

Another fan superhero spectacular by the name of Omniman from the mini mogul, Matt Bucher! Omniman Spectacular: 1982 Editor and publisher: Matt Bucher Before we jump into this installment of Ink Stains, I wanted to share a few...
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Ink Stains 74: Trumpet 11

  What’s that I hear? It’s Trumpet issue 11! Trumpet 11: 1974 Editors: Tom Reamy, Alex Eisenstein, Ken Keller   Trumpet was one of those classy fanzines I just missed out on. I was vaguely aware of it, but...
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Ink Stains 73: Woweekazowie 2

  More Interfan goodness, including a Don McGregor interview, in Woweekazowie 2! Woweekazowie 2: 1976 Publisher: William Blyberg, Editor: Dean Mullaney Woweekazowie! Who the heck would give that name to their fanzine? You ...
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