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'''Gee-Zuz''' [[zine]] was published by John Rot'n'Hell out of Vancouver, Canada during the early and mid-1990's. Each issue featured [[punk]] band interviews, zine and record reviews, and columns and rants. The highlight was the publisher's artwork, which was bold and comic book-like and featured throughout the zine's cut and paste design. The publisher was quite an accomplished artist and painter and usually signed his artwork with the pen name Crazyman.
 
'''Gee-Zuz''' [[zine]] was published by John Rot'n'Hell out of Vancouver, Canada during the early and mid-1990's. Each issue featured [[punk]] band interviews, zine and record reviews, and columns and rants. The highlight was the publisher's artwork, which was bold and comic book-like and featured throughout the zine's cut and paste design. The publisher was quite an accomplished artist and painter and usually signed his artwork with the pen name Crazyman.
  
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Punk]] [[Category:1990's publications]] [[Category:Punk]] [[Category:British Columbia Zines]]
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Punk]] [[Category:1990's publications]] [[Category:Punk]] [[Category:British Columbia Zines]][[category:Zines from Canada]]

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Gee-Zuz #4 cover

Gee-Zuz zine was published by John Rot'n'Hell out of Vancouver, Canada during the early and mid-1990's. Each issue featured punk band interviews, zine and record reviews, and columns and rants. The highlight was the publisher's artwork, which was bold and comic book-like and featured throughout the zine's cut and paste design. The publisher was quite an accomplished artist and painter and usually signed his artwork with the pen name Crazyman.