The Darkest of Shadows

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'''The Darkest of Shadows''' was a fanzine devoted to the original television series, ''Dark Shadows''.  
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[[Image:Darkest_of_shadows_2_copy.jpg‎|right|frame|'''The Darkest of Shadows'''<br>Issue 2 May 1977]]
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'''The Darkest of Shadows''' was a [[fanzine]] by Margaret Ann Droullard.
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The first issue of this fanzine was published in February 1977, featuring the character Barnabas Collins on the cover. It was 15 one sided pages.
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''The Darkest of Shadows'' was devoted to the original television series, ''Dark Shadows''. It was subtitled, "A Magazine Devoted to the World of Collinwood".  
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The second issue appeared in May 1977, and featured the character Quentin Collins on the cover. It contained 23 on sided pages.
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The first issue of this fanzine was published in February 1977, featuring Jonathan Frid as the character "Barnabas Collins" on the cover. It was 15 one-sided pages.
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Both issues featured actor's biographies, articles, comic strip reprints, photographs, and fan art.
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The second issue appeared in May 1977, and featured David Selby as the character "Quentin Collins" on the cover. It contained 23 one-sided pages.
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Both issues featured actor's filmographies, articles, comic strip reprints, photographs, and fan art.
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[[Category:Zine|Darkest]]
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Revision as of 17:47, 21 July 2012

The Darkest of ShadowsIssue 2 May 1977
The Darkest of Shadows
Issue 2 May 1977

The Darkest of Shadows was a fanzine by Margaret Ann Droullard.

The Darkest of Shadows was devoted to the original television series, Dark Shadows. It was subtitled, "A Magazine Devoted to the World of Collinwood".

The first issue of this fanzine was published in February 1977, featuring Jonathan Frid as the character "Barnabas Collins" on the cover. It was 15 one-sided pages.

The second issue appeared in May 1977, and featured David Selby as the character "Quentin Collins" on the cover. It contained 23 one-sided pages.

Both issues featured actor's filmographies, articles, comic strip reprints, photographs, and fan art.

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