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'''Dangerfox''' was a [[perzine]] published published by Julian Myers out of Ithaca, NY during the 1990's.  
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'''Dangerfox''' was a [[perzine]] published published by Julian Myers out of Ithaca, NY, U.S.A.,  during the 1990's.  
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From the introduction of issue #3 "This zine is about the fact that fun--not violence, not essays, not words, not whining--is the most fuckshitup revolutionary experience available to us." Each issue of Dangerfox included personal stories from Julian and his friends, an [[Anarchism|anarchist]] and anti-corporate bent to it's editorials, thoughts on sexuality, goofy [[comic]]s and zine reviews. At times both funny and angry.
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From the introduction of issue #3: "This zine is about the fact that fun--not violence, not essays, not words, not whining--is the most fuckshitup revolutionary experience available to us." Each issue of Dangerfox included personal stories from Julian and his friends, an [[Anarchism|anarchist]] and anti-corporate bent to it's editorials, thoughts on sexuality, goofy [[comic]]s and zine reviews. At times both funny and angry.
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:New York Zines]] [[Category:1990's publications]][[Category:Perzine]]
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]][[Category:New York Zines]] [[Category:1990's publications]][[Category:Perzine]]

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Dangerfox #3 cover
Dangerfox #3 cover

Dangerfox was a perzine published published by Julian Myers out of Ithaca, NY, U.S.A., during the 1990's.

From the introduction of issue #3: "This zine is about the fact that fun--not violence, not essays, not words, not whining--is the most fuckshitup revolutionary experience available to us." Each issue of Dangerfox included personal stories from Julian and his friends, an anarchist and anti-corporate bent to it's editorials, thoughts on sexuality, goofy comics and zine reviews. At times both funny and angry.


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