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Re: Some fanzine inquiries
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Found a bibliographical reference for Mumak #2, so at least that one does exist somewhere out there in the world...

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Posted on: 2006/10/25 1:18


Some fanzine inquiries
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I ran across these titles while adding data for an old Green Dragon newsletter (the Tolkien Society of America). They are listed as active Tolkien related fanzines, but I have not run across any other reference to them. Anyone ever seen one?

Bag End
The Hobbit Press
Mumak
Mathom Sun
The Golden Unicorn
League of Elbereth

Posted on: 2006/10/24 22:15


Nominations for worst eBay picture
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I hereby nominate this guy for "most useless picture" for an eBay auction.

Any other nominations?



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Posted on: 2006/10/19 10:33


Re: Latest updates
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Thanks Beren! It's been quiet around here recently (at least all you guys, I've been cranking away) the feedback is nice.

I've put up the Wrebbit puzzles in a new Puzzles section (not sure if puzzles qualify as games, but hey, it's my site). Wrebbit makes two kinds of puzzles - Perfalock puzzles are very well cut and foam backed, so they can be picked up, hung from a wall, or flexed without falling apart. The images they chose are a bit simple (just PJ movie posters basically). But, they also make Puzz 3D puzzles. Fully illustrated three dimensional buildings, these look awesome, are quite large, and a lot of fun to put together. Too bad they only made four.

Jeremy

Posted on: 2006/10/18 16:20


Re: Pauline Baynes art in Sphere Magazine
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I have asked the seller for more information, but no response as of yet (the auctions all ended with no bids).

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Posted on: 2006/10/17 14:27



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