Ad Astra (Beauty and the Beast zine)

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Zine
Title: Ad Astra
Publisher: Teal Bee: A Lothlorien Enterprise
Editor:
Author(s): Toni Lichtenstein Bogolub
Cover Artist(s):
Illustrator(s):
Date(s): 1991
Medium: print
Size:
Genre:
Fandom: Beauty and the Beast (TV)
Language: English
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Contents

Ad Astra is a het Beauty and the Beast 58-page novel by Toni Lichtenstein Bogolub. Art information: Cover by Joe Wappel, two pieces of interior art by Kristy Effinger.

Summaries

Alternate 3rd season novella in which Cassie, a telepath and former foster child in Joe's family before the death of his father, attempts to locate Catherine, then Gabriel's captive. Diana does not appear. The search, and the ordeal Cassie (whose "gift" is extremely hard for her to live with) undergoes in the process, are intense. Mild sex, mostly between Joe and Cassie. [1]
This zine alters events of the 3rd season so that Catherine is rescued before the birth of Jacob by Vincent, Joe and an original character named "Cassie" - an empath. Diana does not exist in this universe. [2]
A prophecy from Narcissa and a woman from Joe Maxwell's past lead to a hunt through the city for a missing Catherine Chandler. [3]

A Continuation

This Cassie also appears in another story by the author, "A Distant Inner Galaxy" in Phoenix #4.

References

  1. from the Qfer
  2. from The Beauty & the Beast Buyer's Guide to Fanzines
  3. from Zine Scene
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