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[[Image:Darkshadowsjournal7.gif‎|right|frame|'''Dark Shadows Journal''' <br/> Issue 7 <br/> Cover featuring Grayson Hall]]
 
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'''Dark Shadows Journal''' is a anthology fanzine devoted to the original television series and movies, ''Dark Shadows'', published in the UK  
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'''Dark Shadows Journal''' is a anthology fanzine devoted to the original television series and movies, ''Dark Shadows'', published in the UK.
  
 
''Dark Shadows Journal'' was the only Dark Shadows fanzine published in Europe when it was first released in the 1990s.  The first issue was released in 1996, with at least seven issues following.
 
''Dark Shadows Journal'' was the only Dark Shadows fanzine published in Europe when it was first released in the 1990s.  The first issue was released in 1996, with at least seven issues following.
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Latest revision as of 11:26, 18 March 2015

Dark Shadows Journal
Issue 7
Cover featuring Grayson Hall

Dark Shadows Journal is a anthology fanzine devoted to the original television series and movies, Dark Shadows, published in the UK.

Dark Shadows Journal was the only Dark Shadows fanzine published in Europe when it was first released in the 1990s. The first issue was released in 1996, with at least seven issues following.

The fanzine has included interviews with Louis Edmonds (Roger Collins), Jonathon Frid (Barnabas Collins), Marie Wallace (Eve/Jenny Collins/Megan Todd), and Dreams of the Dark co-author Stephen Mark Rainey, who is also the editor of Deathrealm fanzine.

Contributors have included actors from the television show and two movies, including Humbert Allen Astrado (Nicholas Blair), Louis Edmonds, Lara Parker (Angelique), Kathryn Leigh Scott (Maggie Evans), and Marie Wallace.

Other features include a biography of Grayson Hall, a review of Jonathon Frid's on man theatre show, as well as news, original fiction, art work and rare photographs. It now has a website, Dark Shadows Journal Online, featuring interviews with cast members, bios, episode guide, and the latest Dark Shadows news.

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