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[[Image:PB_7_copy.jpg‎|right|frame|'''Potboiler'''<br/>Issue 7 Winter 1983/1984<br/>Cover art by Earl Geier]]
[[Image:PB_7_copy.jpg‎|right|frame|'''Potboiler'''<br/>Issue 7 Winter 1983/1984<br/>Cover art by Earl Geier]]
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'''Potboiler''' as a zine by Lari Davidson.   
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'''Potboiler''' was a zine by Lari Davidson.   
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''Potboiler'' was published in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. It featured writing, artwork, graphics, and comics. The first issue came out in July 1980. The last issue was issue 10, released in 1985.
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''Potboiler'' was published in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. It featured writing, artwork, graphics, and comics. The first issue came out in July 1980. The last issue was issue 11, released in 1985.
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Contributors of artwork included Brad Foster, Earl Geier, Allen Koszowski, Rudy Liskop, Randy Moore, Kurt Reichel.
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Contributors of artwork included Lari Davidson, Brad Foster, Earl Geier, Allen Koszowski, Rudy Liskop, Randy Moore, Barbara Przeklasa ([[BCSFAzine]]), and Kurt Reichel.
Comics were by Earl Geier, and Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez.
Comics were by Earl Geier, and Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez.
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Other contributors included Douglas J. Brown, Peter Cocking, Jerry Collins, Annette Crouch, Vaughn Fraser, Steve Frederick, Jeffrey Goddin, Stephan Gresham, David Heath, Jr., Jeffrey Jorna, Bruce V. Kalmins, Gary Kienberry, Jim Latimer, Myra Lee, Gary Magallon, Ted Nelson, Jovan Panich, Barbara Przeklasa ([[BCSFAzine]]), Charles Saunders ([[Dragonfields]], [[Stardock (Canada)]]), David Sheskim, Colin Upton, and Billy Wolfenburger.  
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Other contributors included Douglas J. Brown, Peter Cocking, Jerry Collins, Annette Crouch, Scott Edelman, Vaughn Fraser, Steve Frederick, Jeffrey Goddin, Stephan Gresham, David Heath, Jr., Jeffrey Jorna, Bruce V. Kalmins, Gary Kienberry, Jim Latimer, Myra Lee, Gary Magallon, Ted Nelson, Jovan Panich, Marianne Paul, Barbara Przeklasa, [[Jessica Amanda Salmonson]] ([[Fantasy Macabre]]), Charles Saunders ([[Dragonfields]], [[Stardock (Canada)|Stardock]]), David Sheskim, Colin Upton, and Billy Wolfenbarger.  
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PotboilerIssue 7 Winter 1983/1984Cover art by Earl Geier
Potboiler
Issue 7 Winter 1983/1984
Cover art by Earl Geier

Potboiler was a zine by Lari Davidson.

Potboiler was published in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. It featured writing, artwork, graphics, and comics. The first issue came out in July 1980. The last issue was issue 11, released in 1985.

Contributors of artwork included Lari Davidson, Brad Foster, Earl Geier, Allen Koszowski, Rudy Liskop, Randy Moore, Barbara Przeklasa (BCSFAzine), and Kurt Reichel.

Comics were by Earl Geier, and Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez.

Other contributors included Douglas J. Brown, Peter Cocking, Jerry Collins, Annette Crouch, Scott Edelman, Vaughn Fraser, Steve Frederick, Jeffrey Goddin, Stephan Gresham, David Heath, Jr., Jeffrey Jorna, Bruce V. Kalmins, Gary Kienberry, Jim Latimer, Myra Lee, Gary Magallon, Ted Nelson, Jovan Panich, Marianne Paul, Barbara Przeklasa, Jessica Amanda Salmonson (Fantasy Macabre), Charles Saunders (Dragonfields, Stardock), David Sheskim, Colin Upton, and Billy Wolfenbarger.

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