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fan·zine

 (făn′zēn)
n.
An amateur-produced magazine written for a subculture of enthusiasts devoted to a particular interest: a science fiction fanzine.

fanzine

(ˈfænˌziːn)
n
a small-circulation magazine produced by amateurs for fans of a specific interest, pop group, etc
[C20: from fan2 + (maga)zine]

fan•zine

(fænˈzin, ˈfæn zin)

n.
a magazine, esp. one produced by amateurs, for fans of science fiction, popular music, a sport, or other topical subject.
[1935–40, Amer.; fan2 + (maga) zine]
Translations

fanzine

[ˈfænziːn] Nfanzine m

fanzine

[ˈfænziːn] nfanzine m

fanzine

nFanmagazin nt

fanzine

[ˈfænˌziːn] nfanzine f inv
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Representatives from the fanzine will also be handing out claret and gold balloons before the game at the DW Stadium.
Often, fanzines were as much about the scene following the club rather than specifically the team itself, often offensive but genuinely funny and witty with it.
So while Red Issue could be acerbic and offensive, its demise should sadden us all, because football still needs the spirit of the 1980s fanzine explosion.
Now Colin has been asked to contribute to the December issue of the We Belong Dead fanzine.
The award-winning fanzine was previously published for every Boro home game but, following the relegation to the Championship and the increased number of midweek games, Rob opted to release a new issue for every Saturday home game.
There is certainly a lot of disappointment and a feeling the fans haven't been listened to," said David Blackmore, editor of The Blowing Bubbles Fanzine.
Backed by his interest in punk rock and spurned on by a growing awareness of such endeavours internationally and in South Africa, he joined Robert Poulter, who founded the fanzine Crisis SA.
It's no surprise that at least three fanzine editors were part of the above bands.
XMAS TURKEY RATING: 5 BIRMINGHAM CITY NAME: Ricky Otto POSITION: Winger PRICE: pounds 800,000 SPELL: 1994 to 1998 VERDICT: Dave Smalls, editor of fanzine Zulu, said: "I have been going to St Andrews since 1945 and I have never seen a worse Blues player than Ricky Otto.
A new competition kicks off with fans across the nation urged to vote for their favourites in the first ever National Football Fanzine Awards.
Last but not least, good to see a Celtic man - Brian Millsom - talking some sense in the Fanzine last week regarding the SFA.