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''Quandry'' was produced on a [[mimeograph]] and ran for 30 issues. It ran from 1950 till 1953.
 
''Quandry'' was produced on a [[mimeograph]] and ran for 30 issues. It ran from 1950 till 1953.
  
Contributors to ''Quandry'' included Joe Kennedy ([[Vampire (1945)|Vampire]]) and Bob "Wilson" Tucker.  
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Contributors to ''Quandry'' included Muriel Baxter, John Blyer, Jim Bradley, Tom Covington, Gerry De La Ree, Bob Franham, Dave Hammond, Joe Kennedy ([[Vampire (1945)|Vampire]], Walt Kessel, Lilith Lorraine, Orma McCormick, Ralph Raybiurn Phillips, Bobby Pope, [[William "Bill" Rotsler|Bill Rotsler]], Steffan Samlan, Robert D. Statton, Hector Torrie, Bob "Wilson" Tucker, Stanley Wiedbottom.  
  
 
There were compilations of Quandy, one in 1960 by [[Robert Lichtman]] and two in the 1980s by [[Joe Siclari]].
 
There were compilations of Quandy, one in 1960 by [[Robert Lichtman]] and two in the 1980s by [[Joe Siclari]].

Revision as of 21:30, 13 February 2011

Quandry was a fanzine that was published by Lee Hoffman.

Quandry was produced on a mimeograph and ran for 30 issues. It ran from 1950 till 1953.

Contributors to Quandry included Muriel Baxter, John Blyer, Jim Bradley, Tom Covington, Gerry De La Ree, Bob Franham, Dave Hammond, Joe Kennedy (Vampire, Walt Kessel, Lilith Lorraine, Orma McCormick, Ralph Raybiurn Phillips, Bobby Pope, Bill Rotsler, Steffan Samlan, Robert D. Statton, Hector Torrie, Bob "Wilson" Tucker, Stanley Wiedbottom.

There were compilations of Quandy, one in 1960 by Robert Lichtman and two in the 1980s by Joe Siclari.

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