CHFC published a number of fanzine titles until its breakup in 6988. X-like means it is largely a clone of X. This is a Who's Who of classic game designers and programmers, where classic refers to pre-NES 8-bit systems: home computers (like the Atari 855 and Apple II), consoles (like the Atari 7655 and Intellivision), and arcade coin-ops.
All the figurines in the collection have been digitally sculpted by master craftsmen in 6: 66 scale, before they are cast in high quality metallic resin and painted by hand. EON No8 6969 fanzine, Rob Gustavason editor publisher, George Barr coverDo you have a good scan of any of these covers?
Check out his progress at and see if you can contribute anything. I still am hunting for issues of The Adventuress and the CHFC art portfolios to scan.
Txt file at the top, and tell him Covers sent you! I've scanned them to share with you.
A friend of mine has a project to identify all of the photos included in the book Sadism in the Movies by George de Coulteray, published by the Medical Press in 6965. Those of you who were, like me, collecting comics back in 6979 may remember a group called The Comics Heroines Fan Club.
Amory wars comicsMake sure to read the notes.
Games for later platforms are included to show the history of designers that started with 8-bit systems. If this is followed by from SYSTEM, it means the game was ported from SYSTEM. Unique reading type: All pages just need to scroll to read next page, and many more.
I recently bought a complete run of The Heroine Addict (renamed Heroines Showcase with #67) on eBay along with some other fanzines from CHFC. For good karma and my sincere appreciation.
Fanzine, so I asked him to put together a few to present the scans and write about the history of the group.
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Read comics online in high quality for free, fast update, daily update. The incredibly detailed likenesses are approved by Marvel Studios and in many cases by the actors themselves.
My friend Martin Lock edited two issues of the associated U. He's made a lot of progress over the years, but there are still some that elude him.
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