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A zine of relentless terror.
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Hailing from Santa Cruz, CA, U.S.A., '''Brikabrak''' was a [[zine]] that existed from 1992-1997.  
  
Hailing from Santa Cruz, CA, Brikabrak existed from 1992-1997, publishing a total of 7 issues. In 2009 Brian and Eric reunited to create Brikabrak #8, the "Old" issue.  
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A total of 7 issues were published during that time until, in 2009, Brian and Eric reunited to create Brikabrak #8, the "Old" issue.  
  
 
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Also known as "Brik-a-brak" or "Brik a Brak".
 
Also known as "Brik-a-brak" or "Brik a Brak".
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Latest revision as of 11:05, 22 April 2010

Hailing from Santa Cruz, CA, U.S.A., Brikabrak was a zine that existed from 1992-1997.

A total of 7 issues were published during that time until, in 2009, Brian and Eric reunited to create Brikabrak #8, the "Old" issue.

Issues:
Brikabrak #1: 1992. The dorm issue.
Brikabrak #2: 1993. The breakup of the team. First review in MRR.
Brikabrak #3: 1993. More of the same.
Brikabrak #4: 1994. Special pop-up centerfold.
Brikabrak #5: 1995. The double sized shark issue. 3 color cover. Brikabrak headquarters moved to "The Matterhorn".
Brikabrak #6: 1996. The "slick" issue. Silk screened acetate cover.
Brikabrak #7: 1997. The camping issue. Mini sized.
Brikabrak #8: 2009. The "Old" issue.

Also known as "Brik-a-brak" or "Brik a Brak".