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For this second issue of this here ‘Space Age’ culture zine, we take more than a toe dip into the 1980 movie musical, Xanadu starting Olivia Newton-John & Gene Kelly. The movie might have originally died in the box office, but its legacy still lives on with fans….like yours truly.
How this film has survived and how it fits into all this is examined with some of the various Xanadu related articles I’ve written for web sites, zines and other formats over the years; highlights from…
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This issue of TW goes a “zine retro” by taking a step back to 5 ½ to 8 ½ digest size. Smaller size but more pages, 18 big small ones!
This time, two damned Vegas trips are chronicled, proof of Vegas culture is examined as I attended a comic/book fest with an appearance of F. Andrew Taylor and son, see a show by Olivia Newton-John and a rare appearance by Shumuck-O Rat!
As mentioned before, this issue is digest size, 16 B&W pages and comes with a $2 dollar price…Continue
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SPACE AGE ASH TRAY #1
The easiest way to describe this zine is that it’s similar to VH1’s old I Love The 70’s/80’s/90’s/etc., only without the smarminess amidst the cultural deconstruction and this covers the 60’s and 70’s…..and I’m not a celebrity. This is just a collection of notes and artwork covering the era I grew up in but too young to remember.
This first issue covers by background and why I’m rehashing it, a photo essay on apartment signage and ‘tiki’ in my hometown…
Added by Don-O on January 24, 2015 at 12:49pm — No Comments
Ready to pollute the visual airwaves of the zine world, the newest issue of Twilight World (#13) offers 12 pages of perzine god-knows-what. Featured are a stroll through the streets of Bakersfield, CA and an almost fail art project immortalizing many unpopular cult musicians. Also crammed in are reviews of a…Continue
Added by Don-O on August 25, 2012 at 10:27pm — No Comments
This following is a small review of the new issue of Twilight World:
8-Track Mind #101 $3
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Can fragments of the old and obsolete of decades past like the 8-track tape format be seriously considered beyond nostalgia? It’s a basic idea a lot of people can’t get their collective heads around….much less know what 8 track tapes are.
I knew what they were, but until I found 8 Track Mind, I didn’t see much in them either. I’m not much of an audiophile…
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