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The second issue, released Fall 1951, was published by Gargoyle Press, and edited by Alan Pesetsky and Michael DeAngelis.  
 
The second issue, released Fall 1951, was published by Gargoyle Press, and edited by Alan Pesetsky and Michael DeAngelis.  
  
The third issue appeared in Spring 1952, published by Alan Pesetsky, and edited by Alan Pesetsky and Henry W. Chabot. This issue featured contributions from Milton A. Rothman ([[Fantasy Fiction Telegram]], [[Imaginative Fiction]]), Robert Silverberg ([[Spaceship]]), among others.
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The third issue appeared in Spring 1952, published by Alan Pesetsky, and edited by Alan Pesetsky and Henry W. Chabot. This issue featured contributions from H.B. Fyfe, Joe Gross, Mack Reynolds, Milton A. Rothman ([[Fantasy Fiction Telegram]], [[Imaginative Fiction]]), and  Robert Silverberg ([[Spaceship]]), among others.
  
 
Michael DeAngelis and Henry Chabot were both members of The Fantasy Artisans Club, contributing to its Official Organ, [[Science, Fantasy, and Science Fiction]].
 
Michael DeAngelis and Henry Chabot were both members of The Fantasy Artisans Club, contributing to its Official Organ, [[Science, Fantasy, and Science Fiction]].

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Asmodeus
Issue 3 Spring 1952

Asmodeus was a science fiction fanzine published in the 1950s.

The first issue was published in Summer 1950 by Alan H. Pesetsky and Michael DeAngelis in New York, U.S.A., and edited by Pesetsky and DeAngelis.

The second issue, released Fall 1951, was published by Gargoyle Press, and edited by Alan Pesetsky and Michael DeAngelis.

The third issue appeared in Spring 1952, published by Alan Pesetsky, and edited by Alan Pesetsky and Henry W. Chabot. This issue featured contributions from H.B. Fyfe, Joe Gross, Mack Reynolds, Milton A. Rothman (Fantasy Fiction Telegram, Imaginative Fiction), and Robert Silverberg (Spaceship), among others.

Michael DeAngelis and Henry Chabot were both members of The Fantasy Artisans Club, contributing to its Official Organ, Science, Fantasy, and Science Fiction.