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You Idiot by Nate Gangelhoff. I have the first two issues and later bought the book.
One Way Ticket by Julian Evans. I had the first 3 issues but I sold the 3rd issue. I really regret it.
I don't own this zine and I'm too young to remember when it was originally published, but yes. I see V. Vale at various zine events in the Bay Area and he did a talk about punk zines at the SF Zine Fest once.
The Zine-iac said:
Remember This Legendary Zine?
COVER: Sid Vicious & Ruby Ray
Off the top of my head...... Doris, Semibold, Junk/Food come to mind immediately. Also Brainscan, Xerox Debt..... there are many others I forget as I am getting back into the world of zines.... cant wait to unearth my zine collection which is stacked away in the basement in sturdy Sunlight, Cheer & Tide boxes....
Last zine I put out : 2008
New zines coming from me in 2014 !!!
I think Kool Man by Sean Tejaratchi is an amazing take on zine culture.Answer Me was amazing- its hard to shock people these days, but they managed.
The first zine I got my hands on was called "Brennende Fenster", which means "Burning Windows". It was a punk/hardcore fanzine from my home town. This was around 1991. This zine actually made me publish my own zine called "Flatline". Therefor it had a big impact on me... After that, there were a lot of zines I really liked. Most of them didn't really change my life, but they often gave me new perspectives like: See-Saw (Germany), Ring Of Fire (USA), Cometbus (USA), Brainscan (USA), Wedgie (Germany), Simba (UK), Ikarus Was Right (USA), Doris (USA), Walkie Talkie (USA), Found (USA), etc.