Cerebus the Newsletter

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[[Image:cerebusthenewsletter1to17.jpg|thumb|right|'''Cerebus the Newsletter'''<br/> Issues 1 - 17 <br/>]]
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'''Cerebus the Newsletter''' is a [[comic]]s fanzine devoted to the comic book Cerebus the Aardvark.  
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'''Cerebus the Newsletter''' is a [[comic]]s fanzine devoted to the comic book ''Cerebus the Aardvark'' by Dave Sim.  
It was started in 1981 by Fred Patten, who edited issues #1 through 5. With issue #6 the publisher of <i>Cerebus the Aardvark</i>, Aardvark-Vanaheim, inc. took over and published issues #6 to 13. Issue #13 was published in October 1985. In April 2009, Friends of Cerebus started publishing the fanzine again with issue #14.  
It was started in 1981 by Fred Patten, who edited issues #1 through 5. With issue #6 the publisher of <i>Cerebus the Aardvark</i>, Aardvark-Vanaheim, inc. took over and published issues #6 to 13. Issue #13 was published in October 1985. In April 2009, Friends of Cerebus started publishing the fanzine again with issue #14.  
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Fred Patten had previously edited the fanzines [[Foofaraw]], [[Salamander]], and [[Lefnui]], and was co-editor of [[Ipso Facto]], and [[Shangri L'Affaires]], among many others.
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Cerebus the Newsletter Issues 1 - 17
Cerebus the Newsletter
Issues 1 - 17

Cerebus the Newsletter is a comics fanzine devoted to the comic book Cerebus the Aardvark by Dave Sim.

It was started in 1981 by Fred Patten, who edited issues #1 through 5. With issue #6 the publisher of Cerebus the Aardvark, Aardvark-Vanaheim, inc. took over and published issues #6 to 13. Issue #13 was published in October 1985. In April 2009, Friends of Cerebus started publishing the fanzine again with issue #14.

Fred Patten had previously edited the fanzines Foofaraw, Salamander, and Lefnui, and was co-editor of Ipso Facto, and Shangri L'Affaires, among many others.

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