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'''Kluttered Visions''' was a mid to late '90s [[review zine]] of fringe, cult and pop culture published by Keith O'Brien from Mesa, AZ. The zine featured interviews and reviews, mostly focused on indie comics and zine, and came out quarterly. Issues were in a 5.5" x 8.5" format, $2, and the last known issue was #10, published in the Spring of 1998.
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'''Kluttered Visions''' was a mid to late '90s [[review zine]] of fringe, cult and pop culture published by [[Keith O'Brien]] from Mesa, AZ. The zine featured interviews and reviews, mostly focused on indie [[comics]] and [[zines]], and came out quarterly. Issues were in a 5.5" x 8.5" format, $2, and the last known issue was #10, published in the Spring of 1998.
  
  
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Latest revision as of 18:27, 4 February 2010

Kluttered Visions was a mid to late '90s review zine of fringe, cult and pop culture published by Keith O'Brien from Mesa, AZ. The zine featured interviews and reviews, mostly focused on indie comics and zines, and came out quarterly. Issues were in a 5.5" x 8.5" format, $2, and the last known issue was #10, published in the Spring of 1998.