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'''Faun''' is a comic fanzine by Gene Klein.  
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'''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'' 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.  
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''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 (ditto machine)to Seth Gogramajian, editor of [[Exile]], for a Silvertone guitar amplifier.  
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''Faun'' had previously been named ''Cosmos''. It eventually merged with ''Stilletto'' fanzine, and became ''Cosmos-Stilletto'' with issue #7. It was with issue #13 in 1967 that the title was changed to ''Faun''. By March of 1968, Gene Klein had ceased publishing ''Faun'' and had traded his rexograph machine (ditto 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.  
''Faun'' included contributions of artwork from John Boland, Jim Cawthorn,and Dick Flinchbaugh.  

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Faun Issue 13 1967
Faun
Issue 13 1967

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 previously been named Cosmos. It eventually merged with Stilletto fanzine, and became Cosmos-Stilletto with issue #7. It was with issue #13 in 1967 that the title was changed to Faun. By March of 1968, Gene Klein had ceased publishing Faun and had traded his rexograph machine (ditto 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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