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Contributor: Garry Malvern,

CINEVOGUE
Le Cinemonde Du Vendredi


- First issue: 1946
Magazine from France

Ceased publication

Highslide JS
Issue 5
28 May
1946

Contributors: Garry Malvern, Lionel, Kevin Etheridge,

FAMOUS

- First and last issue: 1999-2010
Monthly
Magazine from Canada

Ceased publication

Highslide JS
Issue 1
November
1999
Highslide JS
Issue 2
December
1999

Contributors: Michel, Scott Matheson, Vitelloni, Garry Malvern, Debi Ziemkowski, Gary, Kevin Etheridge,

FANGORIA
America's #1 Horror Magazine

- First and last issue: 1979-2016
Monthly
Magazine from United States

Ceased publication

Highslide JS
Issue 1
Contents
August
1979
Highslide JS
Issue 1
Information
August
1979

Contributors: Debi Ziemkowski, Garry Malvern, Kevin Etheridge,

SCI-FI UNIVERSE
The Magazine For Science Fiction Fans With A Life

- First and last issue: 1994-1999
Bimonthly
Magazine from United States

Ceased publication

Highslide JS
Issue 15
Contents
May
1996

Contributors: Mike, Scott Matheson, Garry Malvern, Kevin Etheridge,

SKELETON CREW

- First and last issue: 1988-1991
Monthly
Fanzine from United Kingdom

Ceased publication

Highslide JS
Vol 2 # 1
July
1990

Contributors: Garry Malvern, Scott Matheson, Tim Kunev, Kevin Etheridge,

STARFIX
Cinema - Rock-Culture - Video

- First and last issue: 1983-1990
Monthly
Magazine from France

Ceased publication

Highslide JS
Issue 45
February
1987

Contributors: Garry Malvern, Scott Matheson, Kevin Etheridge,

TOXIC HORROR

- First and last issue: 1989-1990
Magazine from United States

Ceased publication

Highslide JS
Issue 2
1990
Highslide JS
Issue 2
Sample page
1990
Highslide JS
Issue 2
Sample page
1990

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