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'Haich' is a heavy Illustrated graphic novel style zine created by E J Zyla.
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[[Image: Haich.1_E_J_Zyla_cover.jpg|200px|thumb|right|''Haich'' #1]]
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'''Haich''' is a heavy Illustrated graphic novel style zine ( 2008 - ), created by [[E J Zyla]].
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"...Haich started out as a platform to thrash out an idea without any specific direction –
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It is a make it up as you go zine –
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The idea behind it is that a letter of an alphabet can be so much more than just a part of a whole-
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You can create stories out of anything – Haich inspires me..." says E J Zyla, on the introduction contact page for ''Haich''.
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Issue 1 = Haich.1 and the mechinations of History
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==Issues==
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[[Image:Haich.1_E_J_Zyla_cover.jpg]]
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*Haich.1 - and the mechinations of History (September 2008): Theme 'Mechinations of History'. Collectors Edition 250;comes with spray painted clear cover; 8 black and white photocopied pages; This issue also features a 'Book Token'. (Collect the first 4, follow directions to receive the 5th free)
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[[Image:H.2_E_J_Zyla_72dpi.jpg|200px|thumb|right|''Haich'' #2]]
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Issue 2 = Haich.2 ...oF SCIENCE AND SHADOWs...
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*Issue 2 - Haich.2 ...oF SCIENCE AND SHADOWs...(March 2009): Theme: 'of science and shadows'.
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Based on a nightmare. Edition 250;8 black and white photocopied pages; bound in cardboard with spray painted design on cover. This issue also features a 'Book Token'. (Collect the first 4, follow directions to receive the 5th free)
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*Issue 3 - Haich.3 Love + Gravity(May 2009): Theme 'Love + Gravity'. Edition 250; 8 black and white, photocopied pages; bound in cardboard and a colour printed poster. This issue also features a 'Book Token'. (Collect the first 4, follow directions to receive the 5th free)
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==External Links==
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* [http://readpalered.blogspot.com/2008/07/haich-1zine-finished.html Pages from Haich.1]
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* [http://readpalered.blogspot.com/2009/03/oi-oi.html Pages from Haich.2 ]
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* [http://torntranslations.com.au/ E J Zyla website ]
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* [http://wemakezines.ning.com/profile/Filka/ We make Zines ]
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Issue 3 = Haich.3 Love + Gravity
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[[Category:Zines from Australia]]  
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[[Category:Art Zines]] [[Category:2000's_publications]]
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[[Category:Queensland Zines]]
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E J Zyla Is a freelance artist who hails from Brisbane, Australia
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[[Category:Brisbane Zines]]
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[http://http://torntranslations.com.au/ E J Zyla website ]
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[[Category:Zinester|E J Zyla]][[Category:Zines from Australia]][[Category:Zines from Brisbane]][[Category:Zine]][[Category:Art Zines]]
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Haich #1
Haich #1

Haich is a heavy Illustrated graphic novel style zine ( 2008 - ), created by E J Zyla.

"...Haich started out as a platform to thrash out an idea without any specific direction – It is a make it up as you go zine – The idea behind it is that a letter of an alphabet can be so much more than just a part of a whole- You can create stories out of anything – Haich inspires me..." says E J Zyla, on the introduction contact page for Haich.

Issues

  • Haich.1 - and the mechinations of History (September 2008): Theme 'Mechinations of History'. Collectors Edition 250;comes with spray painted clear cover; 8 black and white photocopied pages; This issue also features a 'Book Token'. (Collect the first 4, follow directions to receive the 5th free)
Haich #2
Haich #2
  • Issue 2 - Haich.2 ...oF SCIENCE AND SHADOWs...(March 2009): Theme: 'of science and shadows'.

Based on a nightmare. Edition 250;8 black and white photocopied pages; bound in cardboard with spray painted design on cover. This issue also features a 'Book Token'. (Collect the first 4, follow directions to receive the 5th free)

  • Issue 3 - Haich.3 Love + Gravity(May 2009): Theme 'Love + Gravity'. Edition 250; 8 black and white, photocopied pages; bound in cardboard and a colour printed poster. This issue also features a 'Book Token'. (Collect the first 4, follow directions to receive the 5th free)

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