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Destiny was a science fiction fanzine by Jim Bradley and Malcolm Willits, with Earl Kemp, published in Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.

The first fanzine that Jim Bradley and Malcolm Willits published was called The Comic Collector's News, in 1947. It is regarded as the first fanzine devoted only to comics. However, after a couple of years they abandoned it in favor of a fanzine devoted to science fiction, which they called Destiny. The first issue appeared in 1950. Ten issues of this title were published, the last in Summer 1954. Later, Bradley left and Earl Kemp came in as co-editor.

Cover art was by D. Bruce Berry, Hannes Bok, Chesley Bonestell, Jim Bradley with Malcolm Willits, Robert Johnson, Max Keasler, Stanley R. Sommer.

Illustrations were by Richard Bergeron (Tyrann, Warhoon), D. Bruce Berry, Jim Bradley, Robert E. Briney, Miles Eaton, Charles Magana, Julian C. May, Naaman Peterson, Ralph Rayburn Philips, Rog, Paul Powlesland, Haskell Richardson, Nancy Share (Summer Torrents), Shelby Vick (Confusion), and Malcolm Willits.

Written contributions of fiction and poetry were by D. Bruce Berry, Robert E. Briney, Henry Chabot, Roberta Collins, Andrew Duane, Pat Eaton, Henry Ebel, P.H. Economou, Norman R. Jaffray, David H. Keller, Earl Kemp, Allen Kenney, Lilith Lorraine (Challenge), Carol McKinney, Frank Oriole, Paul Powlesland and Mari Wolf.

Articles were by Manly Banister (The Nekromantikon), Robert Bloch, Robert E. Briney, Vernel Coriell, Donald B. Day (The Fanscient), August Derluth, Lloyd Arthur Eshbach, Earl Kemp, Nancy Kemp, L. Stern Lawrence, Walter Lee, Jr., Sam Moskowitz (Helios), Darrell C. Richardson, Elliot Rockmore, George Wetzel, Dr. Fred L. Whipple, and Edward Wood.