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'''Otaku''' was a zine published by [[Jeff Miller]], published in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
 
'''Otaku''' was a zine published by [[Jeff Miller]], published in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
  
Jeff Miller is also the editor of [[Ghost Pine]] zine, now published from Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
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''Otaku'' focused on the [[punk]] and [[hardcore]] scene in Miller's hometown of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It was first published in 1996, when the editor was sixteen.
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After four issues, Jeff Miller ceased publishing ''Otaku'' and began [[Ghost Pine]], which focused more on personal stories and was later published from Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
* [http://ghostpine.wordpress.com/ Ghost Pine Fanzine]
 
* [http://ghostpine.wordpress.com/ Ghost Pine Fanzine]
  
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Latest revision as of 04:08, 28 May 2010

Otaku was a zine published by Jeff Miller, published in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Otaku focused on the punk and hardcore scene in Miller's hometown of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It was first published in 1996, when the editor was sixteen.

After four issues, Jeff Miller ceased publishing Otaku and began Ghost Pine, which focused more on personal stories and was later published from Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

External Links