En Garde (Ashley)

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Writing was by Abby Lu Ashley, Al Ashley, writing about his concept of the Slan Center,  and Jack Weidenbeck, reviewing the artwork in zines.
Writing was by Abby Lu Ashley, Al Ashley, writing about his concept of the Slan Center,  and Jack Weidenbeck, reviewing the artwork in zines.
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''En Garde'' was on of the fanzines included in Pacificon Combozine]].
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''En Garde'' was on of the fanzines included in [[Pacificon Combozine]].
Abby Lu Ashley, Al Ashley and Jack Weidenbeck also co-edited [[Nova (1940s)|Nova]] fanzine.   
Abby Lu Ashley, Al Ashley and Jack Weidenbeck also co-edited [[Nova (1940s)|Nova]] fanzine.   
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[[Category:Fantasy Amateur Press Association]]

Revision as of 03:30, 11 March 2012

En Garde was a science fiction fanzine by Abby Lu Ashley and Al Ashley.

Published in Battle Creek, Michigan, U.S.A. during the 1940s, En Garde was an APA zine distributed by the Fantasy Amateur Press Association.

Each issue featured the spectacular air brushed covers created by Jack Weidenbeck and Al Ashley, and assisted by Abby Lu Ashley, and Earl Perry.

Writing was by Abby Lu Ashley, Al Ashley, writing about his concept of the Slan Center, and Jack Weidenbeck, reviewing the artwork in zines.

En Garde was on of the fanzines included in Pacificon Combozine.

Abby Lu Ashley, Al Ashley and Jack Weidenbeck also co-edited Nova fanzine.

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