Talk:The Pac-Man Fever

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Actually, this zine may have gone into the early 2000s. I used to distro this zine in the early-mid 2000s. Rascal was at least still making comics then, and a few more issues of Pac-Man Fever.
Actually, this zine may have gone into the early 2000s. I used to distro this zine in the early-mid 2000s. Rascal was at least still making comics then, and a few more issues of Pac-Man Fever.
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It certainly did have that sort of millenial Portland zine look to it. Some of Korinna Irwin's zines had a similar look, although hers didn't feature as much original art/comics as Rascal's.
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It certainly did have that sort of millenial Portland zine look to it. Some of Korinna Irwin's zines had a similar look, although hers didn't feature as much original art/comics as Rascal's. [sarah feb. 23rd 2009 8:59pm EST - yeah, i forgot my original password to the wiki, got a new username]

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Actually, this zine may have gone into the early 2000s. I used to distro this zine in the early-mid 2000s. Rascal was at least still making comics then, and a few more issues of Pac-Man Fever.

It certainly did have that sort of millenial Portland zine look to it. Some of Korinna Irwin's zines had a similar look, although hers didn't feature as much original art/comics as Rascal's. [sarah feb. 23rd 2009 8:59pm EST - yeah, i forgot my original password to the wiki, got a new username]

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