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[[Image:Double Bill 5.jpg|200px|thumb|right|'''Double Bill'''  Issue Five - "The Final Issue"]]
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[[Image:11764_600_copy.jpg|thumb|right|TARDIS #8]]
  
In 1991, [[Caroline Azar]], [[Jena von Brucker]], [[G.B. Jones]], [[Johnny Noxzema]] and [[Rex]] released '''Double Bill'''.
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'''TARDIS''' was a fanzine published in London, UK, devoted to the television series ''Dr. Who''.
  
Often referred to a 'hatezine' (as opposed to [[fanzine|'fan'-zine]]), or sometimes as an 'anti-zine', '''Double Bill''' introduced a new category into the the self-publishing world. '''Double Bill''' compares two Bills: fat actor William Conrad, star of ''Cannon'', ''Jake and the Fatman'' and ''Nero Wolfe'', as well as narrator of ''Rocky and Bullwinkle'', to too-thin William Burroughs, misogynist wife killer and pederast. Burroughs invariably comes up short.  
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First published in Spring 1975 by Andrew Johnson, the first issue of TARDIS  featured a tribute to William Hartnell, an interview with Terry Nation and an article on ''The Six Million Dollar Man''. ... Contributors of art work included Stuart Glazebrook, among others. Contributors of photographs included Stephen Payne, and Jan Vincent-Rudzki, among others. Contributors of writing included Jeremy Betham, Gordon Blowes, Geraint Jones, Jeanette Napier, Jan Vincent-Rudzki, and Martin Wiggins, among others.  
  
Five issues of this [[Cut and Paste|cut and paste]] [[zine]] were published from its headquarters in Toronto, Canada, during its run from 1991 till 2001. The zine was nominated for a ''Trillium Award'' in 1992, and was the subject of several articles in magazines such as ''The Village Voice'', usually provoking angry letters to the editor in response.  
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With issue 7 from May 1976, TARDIS became the fanzine for the Dr. Who Appreciation Society. [[TARDIS|Read More...]]'''
 
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TARDIS #8

TARDIS was a fanzine published in London, UK, devoted to the television series Dr. Who.

First published in Spring 1975 by Andrew Johnson, the first issue of TARDIS featured a tribute to William Hartnell, an interview with Terry Nation and an article on The Six Million Dollar Man. ... Contributors of art work included Stuart Glazebrook, among others. Contributors of photographs included Stephen Payne, and Jan Vincent-Rudzki, among others. Contributors of writing included Jeremy Betham, Gordon Blowes, Geraint Jones, Jeanette Napier, Jan Vincent-Rudzki, and Martin Wiggins, among others.

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