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Tetragrammaton Fragments is the clubzine/newsletter of the United Fanzine Organization, a long-running small press co-op. It offers some good insight into the group with member columns, club business, reviews of member publications and more. This issue’s got columns by chairman Steve Keeter, Roger Keel, Verl Holt Bond, Steve Shipley, Jason Bullock, Rob Imes, Michael Waggoner, Rob Cooley, Tim Kelly, and Larry Johnson. Also, art and comics by Cooley, Shipley, Alan Sissom and Charles T. Smith.

If you’re interested in joining, ordering or subscribing:

Steve Keeter
6825 Tanglewood Bay Dr., Apt. 113
Orlando, FL 32821 USA
stevekeeter@gmail.com

Source: In the mailbox: Tetragrammaton Fragments #256 – Blog – PF Community

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Ken Meyer Jr.’s latest “Ink Stains” fanzine column is up and focuses on The Golden Age #7, published by G.B. Love in 1971. Check out this Don Newton wraparound cover!

G.B. Love did not only produce the long running RBCC, but this gem, The Golden Age (issue 7)! The Golden Age 7: Winter, 1971 Editor and publisher: G. B. Love Those of you that know fanzines at all most certainly know the name G. B. Love from the long running RBCC. Many know far more than…

More info and lots of interior scans here: Ink Stains 105: Golden Age 7 | ComicAttack

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Ken Meyer, Jr. looks at a couple issues of FOOM, Marvel’s in-house fanzine of the ’70s, in the latest installment of his “Ink Stains” column at Comic Attack.

FOOM, the Marvel fanzine, not only has in house fun from the Marvel staff and freelancers, but in these issues, a contest for fans! Fans that included future pros Steve Rude, Doug Hazlewood, and many more!

Source: Ink Stains 92: FOOM 4 and 5 | ComicAttack

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Not comics but this title features lots of folks who should be familiar to mini-comic and fanzine readers. This issue, for example, contains contributions from Brad W. Foster, Bob Vojtko, Michael Neno, Joe Wehrle, Jr., Clark Dissmeyer, Brian Buniak, Gary Lovisi, Tom Brinkmann and, of course, Richard Krauss.

Check the Larque Press website for more info and back issues.

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  In December 1966, 50 years ago now, a 15-year-old Irish teenager called Tony Roche did a remarkable thing. He published the first issue of a comics fanzine called The Merry Marvel Fanzine. W…

Source: Secrets of Ireland’s first-ever comics fanzine, featuring art by young Paul Neary, revealed | downthetubes.net