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'''Science Fiction''' was one of the first generation of science fiction [[fanzine]]s.
'''Science Fiction''' was one of the first generation of science fiction [[fanzine]]s.
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Jerome Seigal had been one of the early subscribers to [[The Time Traveller]], which was one of the first fanzines to appear right after the release of [[The Comet]] in 1930. Seigal was inspired by The Time Traveller to create his own fanzine which he called '''Science Fiction'''. The first issue was published in 1932 in Ohio.
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Jerome Seigal had been one of the early subscribers to [[The Time Traveller]], which was one of the first fanzines to appear right after the release of [[The Comet]] in 1930. Seigal was inspired by The Time Traveller to create his own fanzine which he called ''Science Fiction''. The first issue was published in 1932 in Ohio.
Seigal went on to partner with Joe Shuster to create one of the best known superheroes, ''Superman''.  
Seigal went on to partner with Joe Shuster to create one of the best known superheroes, ''Superman''.  

Revision as of 15:45, 8 November 2011

Science Fiction
Science Fiction

Science Fiction was one of the first generation of science fiction fanzines.

Jerome Seigal had been one of the early subscribers to The Time Traveller, which was one of the first fanzines to appear right after the release of The Comet in 1930. Seigal was inspired by The Time Traveller to create his own fanzine which he called Science Fiction. The first issue was published in 1932 in Ohio.

Seigal went on to partner with Joe Shuster to create one of the best known superheroes, Superman.

Contributors included Forrest J. Ackerman (Imagination!), Eugene I. Frank, and Hugh Langley, with letters from Donald McPhail and Louis C. Smith.

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