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DIABOLIK ZINE
Irregular Fanzine from France
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 2007-2013
- Website: diabolikzine.wordpress.com

Last updated:
27 October 2013

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Special thanks for this page goes to:
Scott Matheson
Garry Malvern

COVERS FOUND & MISSING
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There are 7 issues listed in the database

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Covers found: 7
Covers missing: None
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CONTENTS: 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011 2012 2013 GALLERIES: 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011 2012 2013 All

Issue 7
2013


Issue 6
January/February/March 2012


Issue 5
July/August/September 2011


Issue 4
December 2009
Blaxpoitation


Issue 3
December 2008
--dossier Terence Hill & Bud Spencer
--en complement : dossier Michael Coby & Paul L. Smith (rh????...)
--les westerns de Klaus Kinski
--Duccio Tessari, un artisan du bis
--Luc Merenda
--les films d'action de James Glickenhaus (toujours du eighties, toujours du velu, mais du ricain)
--Bruceploitation, part 2
--hommage ? John Phillip Law


Issue 2
November 2007
--ode ? Mimsy Farmer
--polar italien: Stelvio Massi
--western: portraits de Lee Van Cleef et Giuliano Gemma
--dossier Enzo G. Castellari
--hommage ? Claudio Cassinelli
--les films d'heroic-fantasy des annees 80 (on continue dans le velu...)
--promenade en France : portraits de Michel Constantin et d'Yves Boisset


Issue 1
2006
--dossier Tomas Milian, bio, filmo et critiques de films
--"Nos amis les espions" : article sur les films d'espionnage all'italiana
--dossier Sergio Sollima
--le polar ? l'italienne (Fernando di Leo, Maurizio Merli)
--dossier Umberto Lenzi
--les films post-apocalypse des annees 80
--les clones de Bruce Lee (excursion asiatique)
--les delices du giallo

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