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Two issues were produced, dated February 1992 and May 1993, comprising a deliberately low-tech mix of photocopied covers and mimeographed text. Many of the articles ridiculed trends in the horror fanzines Green was reviewing at that time for the news-stand magazine ''The Dark Side''; worryingly, some readers took them semi-seriously.
 
Two issues were produced, dated February 1992 and May 1993, comprising a deliberately low-tech mix of photocopied covers and mimeographed text. Many of the articles ridiculed trends in the horror fanzines Green was reviewing at that time for the news-stand magazine ''The Dark Side''; worryingly, some readers took them semi-seriously.
  
Following Keeley's death in May 2009, Green decided to make ''Horrorshow'' available online, via [[eFanzines]].
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Following Keeley's death in May 2009, Green decided to make ''Horrorshow'' available online, via [[eFanzines.com]].
 
   
 
   
 
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Latest revision as of 04:40, 3 May 2012

Horrorshow was a spoof British fanzine co-edited pseudonymously by "Eddie Trenchcoat" (Steve Green) and "Mr Damage" (Alan Keeley).

Two issues were produced, dated February 1992 and May 1993, comprising a deliberately low-tech mix of photocopied covers and mimeographed text. Many of the articles ridiculed trends in the horror fanzines Green was reviewing at that time for the news-stand magazine The Dark Side; worryingly, some readers took them semi-seriously.

Following Keeley's death in May 2009, Green decided to make Horrorshow available online, via eFanzines.com.

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