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'''Wit's End''' [[zine]], published by [[David Zuk]] in 1992 was a South Florida alternative music and art fanzine featuring music reviews, comics, poetry and artwork. The first issue appeared in February 1992 and the third and final issue appeared in October 1992, at which time the name of the zine was changed to '''Core Inferno''' with more focus on the South Florida hardcore music scene.  
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'''Wit's End''' [[zine]], published by [[David Zuk]] in 1992 was a South Florida alternative music and art fanzine featuring music reviews, comics, poetry and artwork.  
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Notable contributors include : Dan Raskin, Bobby "LOAD" Johnston, Tammi Jo Hoffner, Ace Backwords, Adam Rabin, Dawn Allen and Robert "Sir Bo Turbo" Price.
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The first issue appeared in February 1992 and the third and final issue appeared in October 1992, at which time the name of the zine was changed to '''Core Inferno''' with more focus on the South Florida [[hardcore]] music scene.  
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Notable contributors include : Dan Raskin, Bobby "LOAD" Johnston, Tammi Jo Hoffner, [[Ace Backwords]], Adam Rabin, Dawn Allen and Robert "Sir Bo Turbo" Price.
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Wit's End #3
Wit's End #3

Wit's End zine, published by David Zuk in 1992 was a South Florida alternative music and art fanzine featuring music reviews, comics, poetry and artwork.

The first issue appeared in February 1992 and the third and final issue appeared in October 1992, at which time the name of the zine was changed to Core Inferno with more focus on the South Florida hardcore music scene.

Notable contributors include : Dan Raskin, Bobby "LOAD" Johnston, Tammi Jo Hoffner, Ace Backwords, Adam Rabin, Dawn Allen and Robert "Sir Bo Turbo" Price.

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