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G-FAN
aka "Daikaiju Society of North America, The/G-Force/G Fan"
The Fanzine of G-Force, The Godzilla Society of North America


- First issue: 1992
- Godzilla and Japanese science-fiction and fantasy films.
- Started out as a mimeographed newsletter by J. D. Lees.
- Was called "The Daikaiju Society of North America" ( issues 1-3) and then "G-Force" (issues 4 -8).
- Website: g-fan.com

Sci-Fi
Quarterly
Fanzine
from
Canada
Last updated:
12 December 2018

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Debi Ziemkowski
Russ
Vitelloni
Scott Matheson
Garry Malvern
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123 listed issue(s)
Full listing

Issue 93
September/October/November 2010

Fall, 2010, 68 pages
  • It's a Wrap! - G-FEST 2010 Costume Roundup
  • A Day With Akira Takarada
  • The Joy of Godzilla - William Tsutsui Talks G at G-FEST
  • Chicago Shimpo G-FEST Articles
  • G-TOUR 2 Details
  • Godzilla vs. King of the Monsters
  • The Enigma
  • From Wooden Masks to Stone Statues
  • From Gamma 3 to Life on the Street
  • Gfantis: Heart of the Beast
  • Interview with visual effects pioneer, Richard Edlund
  • Taylor's Take
  • Sy Fy Channel Monster Film Reviews
  • Warning, Warning From Space That Worlds Will Collide!
  • New Toy Report and more!


  • Issue 92
    June/July/August 2010

    • The Informational Sessions of G-FEST 17
    • Beta Capsule Review - Mega Monster Battle
    • Interview with actor, Dennis Falt
    • Remembering Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero
    • Why the Americanization of Godzilla Movies was a Good Thing
    • Godzilla - The French Disconnection
    • Battle on Fire! - A Look Back at Giant Monsters All-Out Attack
    • The Monsters of Ultraman
    • Interview with actor, Troy Slaten
    • Oh Gamera! Why We Love Our Favorite Giant, Flying Turtle Monster
    • Dinosaurs vs. Aliens: Take One!
    • Book Review - Six Cult Films From the Sixties
    • Living the Dream... In Technicolor!
    • Mecha-Streisand Returned
    • Book Review - Killer Kaiju Monsters: Strange Beasts of Japanese Film
    • Kaiju: Beasts From the East
    • Monsterpalooza 2010 Report
    • Taylor's Take
    • Book Review - Prehistoric Monsters
    • New Toy Report and more!


    Issue 91
    March/April/May 2010


    -- Daisuke Ishizuka presents a bevy of reports on several fan events that have taken place in Japan, featuring the likes of Hiroshi Koizumi, Teruyoshi Nakano, Masaaki Tezuka, Kazuki Omori, Koichi Kawakita, Hiroko Sakurai, and many others. What have all these legends been up to recently? Read Daisuke's fine reports to find out!

    -- totorom interviews Yukiko Takayama, the screenwriter of Terror of Mechagodzilla. If you thought last issue's TOMG tribute covered everything possible about the film, think again! G-FAN's ace reporter totorom strikes again with his feature-length interview with Ms. Takayama.

    -- Allen A. Debus interviews Sam Enthoven, author of The Book of Tim.

    -- Lyle Huckins reviews Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus.

    -- Evan Brehany contributes a detailed retrospective of Gamera 3. This celebrated film arguably has no greater champion in the United States than Evan.

    -- J.D. Lees, Tyler Sowles, Frank Parr, Matt Frank, and Jared Foust present Godzilla's Friends & Foes.

    -- Mike Bogue reviews Kronus.

    -- Brett Homenick's full-length interview with Japanese Fantasy Film Journal editor Greg Shoemaker comes next. An excerpt was published on this blog back in January, but the whole shebang can be found in the new G-FAN.

    -- Brett Homenick interviews Allyson Adams, Nick Adams' daughter. Ms. Adams shares her memories of her very famous father.

    -- Allen A. Debus contributes an article on the novel Gojiro.

    -- Kevin Horn reviews DeAgostini Toho SFX DVDs.

    -- Mark Matzke covers a "mini G-FEST" held in Ohio, as well as Wounderland Records' Godzilla: King of the Monsters LP.

    -- Mike Bogue reports on Reptilicus.

    -- Steve Agin's toy report concludes the issue.


    Issue 90
    Dec./January/February 2010

    - Return of the Cyborg Girl
    - Terror of Mechagodzilla
    - new Godzilla spfx scenes

    PLUS: Joan van Ark, John Fasano, Kenji Sahara... and more!

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