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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
Sci-Fi Quarterly Fanzine from Canada


- 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

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1 March 2019

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Issue 89
September/October/November 2009
Daisuke Ishizuka reports on a giant Gundam display in Odaiba.
Daisuke Ishizuka strikes again with a report on Koichi Kawakita's latest movie that'll have you shouting, "Zoids!"
Kenju Shimomura takes a break from teaching at Oxford University to offer G-FAN readers an in-depth look at the influence Star Wars and Close Encounters of the Third Kind had on Japanese cinema.
Doug Finkelstein reports on the Bermuda Depths DVD offered through the Warner Bros. Archive Collection.
Brett Homenick interviews Kazuaki Kiriya, director of Casshern (2004).
Mike Bogue takes a look back at The Cosmic Monsters.
Brett Homenick and totorom interview Toho star Hiroshi Koizumi.
Allen Debus offers a unique take on TriStar's Godzilla (1998).
Lyle Huckins reviews Big Man Japan.
Brett Homenick and totorom interview Goro Mutsumi.
Brett Homenick interviews Godzilla vs. Megalon's Ulf (a.k.a. "Wolf") Otsuki.
Mike Bogue covers The Black Scorpion. (Who let this critter out of its bottle? And where are the other eight?)
Evan Brehany interviews Dana Foreman about his history in Godzilla fandom.
Brett Homenick interviews Peggy Lee Brennan (who played Meia in Message from Space).
Lyle Huckins, Mike Bogue, Mark Matzke, and Stephen Mark Rainey offer their respective reviews of Monster X Strikes Back: Attack the G8 Summit.
Johnny Astchak puts forward a comprehensive report of Godzilla's appearances in magazines and fanzines throughout the decades.
Mark Matzke reviews two recent Ultraman movies.
Mark Matzke follows his Ultraman reviews with a Cloverfield-esque (and fictional) Twitter report of a monster attack.
Jeff Rebner presents his renderings of Gamera's Showa-era foes.
J.D. Lees offers a short report on Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight, with information courtesy of director John Fasano. The report includes a photo Fasano took of the Stan Winston Godzilla maquette as it appeared at the auction house.
No G-FEST report this time, but there are several pages with lots of photos from the event.
Mike Bogue reviews The Magic Serpent.
Steve Agin turns in his quarterly toy report.


Issue 88
June/July/August 2009
Interview with actor, Dore Kraus
Interview with actor, Derek Partridge
Spotlight on the National Diet Building
Interview with actor, David Hedison
Yokai and Obakemono
Komodo - Ancestral Kaiju?
Book Review: Monstrous - 20 Tales of Giant Creature Terror
Interview with son of Ishiro Honda, Ryuji Honda
Interview with screenwriter, Wataru Mimura
GFantis - Heart of the Beast
The Drink of Kaiju
Monsters vs. Aliens
Interview with director, Tom Kotani
Retro Review - Mighty Peking Man
Monsterland Review
Book Review: Melchior ? La Carte
New Toy Report and more!


Issue 87
March/April/May 2009


Issue 86
Dec./January/February 2009
Labeled as "Winter 2008" on the cover.

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