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Joe Gibson was a science fiction writer how had written for pulp magazines such as ''Thrilling Wonder Stories'', ''Amazing Stories'' and ''Science Fiction Quarterly''. He had begun contributing to fanzines such as [[Spectra]] by Arthur Louis Joquel, in the 1940s, and [[Inside and Science Fiction Advertiser|Inside]] in the 1950s.  
Joe Gibson was a science fiction writer how had written for pulp magazines such as ''Thrilling Wonder Stories'', ''Amazing Stories'' and ''Science Fiction Quarterly''. He had begun contributing to fanzines such as [[Spectra]] by Arthur Louis Joquel, in the 1940s, and [[Inside and Science Fiction Advertiser|Inside]] in the 1950s.  
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Along with ''G2'', he also released the fanzine, [[The Damned Patrol]], organized for SF fans who were also interested in aviation. [[Beryl Mercer]] was his co-editor. Issue 4 was released in October 1966.
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Along with ''G2'', he also released the fanzine, [[The Damned Patrol]], organized for SF fans who were also interested in aviation. John Berry, Terry Jeeves, and [[Beryl Mercer]] were his co-editors for five issues of this U.S.A. - UK joint release.
Joe Gibson was awarded a Retro Hugo for best fan artist for 1946 in 1996.
Joe Gibson was awarded a Retro Hugo for best fan artist for 1946 in 1996.

Revision as of 23:37, 15 June 2011

G2 was a science fiction fanzine by Joe Gibson and Robbie Gibson.

G2 was released in the mid 1960s in the U.S.A.

Joe Gibson was a science fiction writer how had written for pulp magazines such as Thrilling Wonder Stories, Amazing Stories and Science Fiction Quarterly. He had begun contributing to fanzines such as Spectra by Arthur Louis Joquel, in the 1940s, and Inside in the 1950s.

Along with G2, he also released the fanzine, The Damned Patrol, organized for SF fans who were also interested in aviation. John Berry, Terry Jeeves, and Beryl Mercer were his co-editors for five issues of this U.S.A. - UK joint release.

Joe Gibson was awarded a Retro Hugo for best fan artist for 1946 in 1996.

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