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[[Image:Freon3_copy.jpg‎|right|frame|'''Freon'''<br/>Issue 3 December 1969<br/>Cover art by Wendy Pini (as Wendy Fletcher)]]
 
'''Freon''' was a fanzine edited by Dwight R. Decker.  
 
'''Freon''' was a fanzine edited by Dwight R. Decker.  
  
''Freon'' was devoted to comics. It was a mimeographed fanzine published in the 1960s. At least 8 issues were published, with issue 8 released in December 1969.
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''Freon'' was devoted to comics. It was a mimeographed fanzine published in Westerville, Ohio, U.S.A., in the 1960s. Three issues were published, including a supplement to issue 2, which was numbered 2.5. Issue 3 was released in December 1969.
  
Cover artists included Wendy Fletcher (later known as Wendy Pini). Contributors included Steve Ditko, Mark Evanier, Doug Fratz, and Tony Isabella.
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Cover artists included Wendy Fletcher (later known as Wendy Pini). Contributors included Steve Ditko, Mark Evanier, Doug Fratz, and Tony Isabella.
  
Letters came from Steve Ditko, Dr. Fredric Wertham.  
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Letters came from Steve Ditko, and Dr. Fredric Wertham.
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Dwight Decker also published [[True Fan Adventure Theater]] in the 1960s.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 22:37, 7 August 2012

Freon
Issue 3 December 1969
Cover art by Wendy Pini (as Wendy Fletcher)

Freon was a fanzine edited by Dwight R. Decker.

Freon was devoted to comics. It was a mimeographed fanzine published in Westerville, Ohio, U.S.A., in the 1960s. Three issues were published, including a supplement to issue 2, which was numbered 2.5. Issue 3 was released in December 1969.

Cover artists included Wendy Fletcher (later known as Wendy Pini). Contributors included Steve Ditko, Mark Evanier, Doug Fratz, and Tony Isabella.

Letters came from Steve Ditko, and Dr. Fredric Wertham.

Dwight Decker also published True Fan Adventure Theater in the 1960s.

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