The Fury

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'''The Fury''' is a [[punk]]/[[hardcore]] [[zine]] based in suburban Chicago.
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'''The Fury''' is a [[punk]]/[[hardcore]] [[zine]] based in suburban Chicago and published by Mark Novotny.
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It was formerely called Shazzbutt! until the name was changed in issue #11. The editor inspires kids to rely on their own creativity to have fun and documents his own attempts to do so. A true humorist and humanist, the creator of The Fury writes of personal adventures, interviews local bands, reviews book and music releases, and includes political essays from contributors.
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It was formerly called ''Shazzbutt!'' until the name was changed in issue #11. The editor inspires kids to rely on their own creativity to have fun and documents his own attempts to do so. A true humorist and humanist, the creator of ''The Fury'' writes of personal adventures, interviews local bands, reviews book and music releases, and includes political essays from contributors.
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==Contact==
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==External link==
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For a current list of issues, check: TheFuryZine.livejournal.com
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[http://thefuryzine.livejournal.com/ Ordering information]
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[[Category:Zine|Fury]][[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[Category:Chicago Zines]][[Category:Illinois Zines|Fury]]
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[[Category:Zine|Fury]] [[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[Category:Chicago Zines]] [[Category:Illinois Zines|Fury]] [[Category:Punk]]

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The Fury is a punk/hardcore zine based in suburban Chicago and published by Mark Novotny.

It was formerly called Shazzbutt! until the name was changed in issue #11. The editor inspires kids to rely on their own creativity to have fun and documents his own attempts to do so. A true humorist and humanist, the creator of The Fury writes of personal adventures, interviews local bands, reviews book and music releases, and includes political essays from contributors.

External link

Ordering information

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