Faun

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'''Faun''' is a comic fanzine by Gene Klein.  
'''Faun''' is a comic fanzine by Gene Klein.  
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''Faun'' was published in the 1960s in the U.S.A. by a teenage Gene Klein, who later changed his name to Gene Simmons, and was a member of the band Kiss.  
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''Faun'' was published in the 1960s in New York, U.S.A., by a teenage Gene Klein, who later changed his name to Gene Simmons, and was a member of the band Kiss.  
''Faun'' had previsouly been named ''Cosmos''. It eventually merged with ''Stilletto'' fanzine, and became ''Cosmos-Stilletto'' with issue #7.  At least 13 issues of ''Faun'' were released. It was with issue #13 in 1967 that the title was changed to ''Faun''. By March of 1968, gene Klein stopped publishing ''Faun'' and had traded his rexograph machine to Seth Gogramajian, editor of [[Exile]], for a Silvertone guitar amplifier.  
''Faun'' had previsouly been named ''Cosmos''. It eventually merged with ''Stilletto'' fanzine, and became ''Cosmos-Stilletto'' with issue #7.  At least 13 issues of ''Faun'' were released. It was with issue #13 in 1967 that the title was changed to ''Faun''. By March of 1968, gene Klein stopped publishing ''Faun'' and had traded his rexograph machine to Seth Gogramajian, editor of [[Exile]], for a Silvertone guitar amplifier.  
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Revision as of 22:36, 26 July 2011

Faun is a comic fanzine by Gene Klein.

Faun was published in the 1960s in New York, U.S.A., by a teenage Gene Klein, who later changed his name to Gene Simmons, and was a member of the band Kiss.

Faun had previsouly been named Cosmos. It eventually merged with Stilletto fanzine, and became Cosmos-Stilletto with issue #7. At least 13 issues of Faun were released. It was with issue #13 in 1967 that the title was changed to Faun. By March of 1968, gene Klein stopped publishing Faun and had traded his rexograph machine to Seth Gogramajian, editor of Exile, for a Silvertone guitar amplifier.

Faun included contributions of artwork from John Boland, Jim Cawthorn,and Dick Flinchbaugh.

It also included "How to Edit a Fanzine" by Randall Harris.

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