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At least fifteen issues have been created so far. The zine is often included in the mailings of Speirs' other zine, [[Opuntia]].
 
At least fifteen issues have been created so far. The zine is often included in the mailings of Speirs' other zine, [[Opuntia]].
  
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Latest revision as of 18:01, 20 November 2012

The Canadian Journal of Detournement is a zine by Dale Speirs of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

This zine is a single sheet, folded to form a four page cut and paste digest. Speirs has clipped out cartoons from mainstream newspaper comic strips and removed the word balloons or captions, replacing them with text of his own creation.

At least fifteen issues have been created so far. The zine is often included in the mailings of Speirs' other zine, Opuntia.