The Road to Hell and Other Stories

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Zine
Title: The Road to Hell and Other Stories
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Editor(s): Judith Proctor
Date(s): 1989 or after
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Medium: print zine
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Fandom: Blake's 7
Language: English
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Contents

a clearer image: "Add to all of this a beautiful cover featuring a very well-rendered Avon and two different aspects of Blake." -- from the review beloww
cover by Suzan Lovett, also the cover of Those Who Favor Fire

The Road to Hell and Other Stories is a gen 79-page anthology of Blake's 7 fiction by Suzan Lovett. The fiction in it was previously published in Powerplay #1 and #2, and Those Who Favor Fire.

The art in this zine was previously published in Those Who Favor Fire. The front cover and two of the inside pictures are by Suzan Lovett. There is one picture by Jean Kluge from Those Who Favor Fire, and the back cover is a new picture by Whitby27.

Contents

The Road to Hell is a AU story set after 'Hostage'. Originally published in Powerplay #1. 32,600 words

Lightbridge - After Blake has left Liberator, Avon looks in his cabin and finds something unexpected. Originally published in Those Who Favor Fire. 3,400 words.

Doppelgänger - At Avalon's instigation, Avon, shortly after 'Orbit' goes to seek the clone of Blake that was abandoned with Rashel in 'Weapon'. Originally published in Powerplay #2. 28,800 words.

Circle of Fire - A time travel story. Originally published in Those Who Favor Fire. 3,900 words.

Gemini Rising - A story about a young man and his growing dissatisfaction with life in the Federation and his determination to speak out against it. Originally published in Those Who Favor Fire. 6,600 words.

Reactions and Reviews

See reactions and reviews for Doppelganger.
See reactions and reviews for Gemini Rising.
See reactions and reviews for The Road to Hell.
See reactions and reviews for Circle of Fire.
See reactions and reviews for Lightbridge.
[See this fan's comments on the individual stories on their own pages.] Add to all of this a beautiful cover featuring a very well-rendered Avon and two different aspects of Blake, as well as a few other nice pieces of artwork, and you've got one hell of a zine. In case it's not already blindingly obvious from the glowing comments above, I definitely recommend this zine, especially if, like me, you find the complex, ambiguous relationship between Blake and Avon to be one of the central attractions of the show... even when Blake isn't actually around. [1]

References

  1. ↑ by Betty Ragan at Judith Proctor's Blake's 7 site
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