Reviews from R’lyeh on Fanzines

Pookie’s blog Reviews from R’lyeh has a great feature called Fanzine Focus. With the nostalgia around classic gaming, or the Old School Renaissance as he calls it, there have been a plethora of fanzines that have erupted as well. In the old days, they were hard to find but with the web and digital publishing, there are a bunch of them now, and they are worth a look. His reviews are a great place to look for interesting ideas or just a kindred soul.  The Holmes Art Zine and Vacant Ritual Assembly are two that look interesting to me.

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About lostdelights

An old gamer flying his freak flag, I've been playing table-top role-playing games since 1978. I've been building my own system (Journeyman) since 1981.
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2 Responses to Reviews from R’lyeh on Fanzines

  1. Allan Grohe says:

    Hi Dakin and Happy New Year!

    You might also find The Twisting Stair of interest, an AD&D zine that a friend and I publish. Pookie reviewed the first two issues recently-ish, and #3 should be out this month.

    After reading your recommendation, I picked up Valerian from our local used media store over the weekend, and hope to watch it soon. Definitely enjoy Besson’s work!

    Allan.

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