Fanzines and Fan Magazines

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According to Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

A fanzine (blend of fan and magazine or -zine) is a non-professional and non-official publication produced by enthusiasts of a particular cultural phenomenon (such as a literary or musical genre) for the pleasure of others who share their interest. The term fanzine is sometimes confused with "fan magazine", but the latter term most often refers to commercially produced publications for (rather than by) fans. 

On this page, there are some fanzins and fan magazines that contain Mandrake stories or which have articles related to Mandrake the Magician.

Brazil

Gedeone Malagola

A 188 pages fan publication in b/w by Gedeone Malagola, realeased in 2002 in Jundía, São Paulo.

Editora Gibizada

Valdir Dâmaso started his first fanzine, "Jornal da Gibizada", in 1985. During the years "Editora Gibizada" published over 160 magazines, although some issues in only 50 copies.

  • Journal da Gibizada #20 (1988), Mandrake on the cover.
  • Álbum Juvenil Série A #15 (1992) - "Mandrake e os Mágicos", 10 stories with Mandrake, Zatara, Zembini, Yarko, Fantasmo, O Mistico ou Mr. X (Mr. Mystic), A Pederosa Ísis, A Feiticeira, Mysto.
  • Álbum Juvenil Tiras #5 (1993) - "Mandrake o Mágico" dailies from 1965, 1979-1981. Also some strips by Frank, Ernest and Zezé.
  • Almanaque da Gibizada #1 (1995) - Super-Hoem, Batman, Mandrake, Mulher-Maravilha, Príncipe Submarino, Tocha Humana, Brucutú, O Capitão e os Meninos, Familia Marvel, Sheena, Tigrana.
Sources

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Canada

Captain George Presents

George Henderson printed some example strips with Mandrake in his "Captain George Presents" series.

France

Le Capitaine Morgan

Comics 130

Starting in 1971 Futuropolis released nine issues of the fanzine Comics 130. Issue 3 printed the second Mandrake Sunday story.

Back-Up

A fanzine series, issue 4 1999 have an Mandrake artickel and some illustratione.

Norway

Serieleseren

United Kingdom

Hullabaloo

A fanzine series (?) released by Robin Osborne in London, in the 70s (?).

U.S.A

On the Drawing Board Fanzine

Fanzine published, in New York from October 1966 to 1968 by Bob Schoenfeld, as the official newsletter of the "Gateway Comic Art Fan Club". The 1967 issue #13 has a Mandrake cover by Ken Keller.