Dedicated to movie related publications
Contains 7,126 magazines with 268,443 listed issues

aka "Bruce Lee Review"
(Bruce Lee Review)

- First and last issue: 2011-Spring 2014
- Publisher/Editor: John Overall.
- The fanzine started life as an article in Invasion #11 (July 1995) and developed into a book (March 2009).

United Kingdom

Ceased publication
Last updated:
10 June 2014

Special thanks for this page goes to:
John Overall
Garry Malvern
CONTENTS: 2011 2012 2014 GALLERIES: 2011 2012 2014 All DATABASE INFO
6 listed issue(s)
Completed listing

Sample page

Issue 6
March/April/May 2014

Bruce Lee's Lost Blondie Script
Exploring Enter the Dragon's Golf Sequence
The Green Hornet Marathon: Invasion from Outer
Space Parts I & II
Jim Kelly Remembered
Bruce Lee in The Wrecking Crew
Way of the Dragon's Jon Benn Interview
Missing Bruce Lee Footage.

Issue 5
October/November/December 2012

The Brandon Lee Takeover Special

Issue 4
April/May/June 2012

Interview Enter the Dragon producer Fred Weintraub and collaborator David Fields about the memoir Bruce Lee, Woodstock and Me...
follow John Little In Pursuit of the Dragon
break out the toolbox and hammer away at DIY JKD...
step back to a time when the UK Bruce Lee Convention was King...
consider our place in the Bruce Lee universe: Fighter or Fanboy?
build the Ultimate Big Boss...
And contemplate Bruce Lee's Legacy in Film.

Issue 3
November/December 2011

Tao of Jeet Kune Expanded Edition
Game of Death Revisited - full features and interviews
Action star Gary Daniels interview about his role in The Legend of Bruce Lee
Old-school Computer Games of Death
JKD's Unsung Hero James Yimm Lee
The Big Boss soundtracks

Issue 2
June/July/August 2011

Features Bruce Lee in Longstreet and interview with Jeannot Szwarc director of Wednesday's Child episode, Young Bruce Lee and Aarif Lee interview, Bruce Lee in Four Colours comic book article, Way of the Drive-In plus product reviews.

Issue 1
February/March/April 2011

Features an interview with Bruce Lee Senior Student Taky Kimura, an interview withThe Forgotten Student - Phil Bardelli Interview, The 'Missing' Big Boss - Part One, The Green Hornet Short feature and interview with director Aurelien Poitrimoult plus product reviews.

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