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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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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.
Well-read and hugely respected, Red Issue did not succumb to financial pressures like many other fanzines.
Spurred on partly by the injustice of all fans being treated as potential troublemakers (or even criminals), great fanzines like When Saturday Comes were pioneering publications that gave a voice to the every day supporter who didn't like what he read in the more mainstream media.
Most other fanzines around the country packed in years ago and the ones that are left all went monthly," said Rob.
I was aware that fanzines exist in other sports and thought it would be great to do one for the Giants.
I must confess to a personal affinity to fanzines, having penned my first articles in Bradford City's seminal City Gent but they still represent all that is best about supporting a club and its great that the scene (which isn't limited to these two excellent titles) is so strong in these parts.
39) Although these groups formed the foundation of his collection and interest, Marques later drew his inspiration from South African punk music groups for his home production of fanzines and his recordings of their music.
Alan replied: "The LP came about, funnily enough, because of an earlier article in Backbeat on the book I'm doing on Coventry fanzines.
When fanzines started there were national newspapers, the local paper, the programme, Shoot and Goal - that was it.
The Collected Fanzines of Harmony Korine, produced between 1992 and 1999, half of them co-created with skateboarding legend Mark Gonzalez, provide little insight into the brain behind the films Kids, Gummo, Julien Donkey-Boy and Mister Lonely.
The Welsh Pop Archive will collect, store and provide an online catalogue of magazines, fanzines, memorabilia such as song lyrics, posters, single and LP records, cassettes and CDs, videos, television programmes, pictures and any other documents relating to popular music in Wales since the 1940s.
Felt-tip pen in hand, she makes use of music magazines, feminist and queer publications, fanzines, catalogues, CD covers.