21 Jump Street
|Name:||21 Jump Street|
|Creator:||Patrick Hasburgh, Stephen J. Cannell|
|Country of Origin:||USA|
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21 Jump Street was a television series about a group of young-looking police officers who worked undercover to solve youth related crime.
The series featured future star Johnny Depp as Tom Hanson. Peter DeLuise (who went on to produce, direct and write for all three Gateverse shows) played Doug Penhall. The show also featured Holly Robinson (Judy Hoffs), Dustin Nguyen (Harry Ioki) and Richard Grieco (Dennis Booker). Grieco later appeared in the spin-off series Booker (TV).
The series spawned a small fandom for mostly slash works.
Penhall/Hanson was a popular pairing, as was Booker/Hanson, despite Booker only appearing in 18 episodes. Other slash pairings were also somewhat popular, and some het fic with Judy and OFCs was also written.
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Fanzines with 21 Jump Street Content
Achates' Quest (fan-casted) | Bridge Mix #1, #2, #3, #4 | Bring Me the Head of Frisky Business | The Cannell Files | The Chapel Report | The Choir Boys | Dyad #4, #5, #6, #8, #9, #12 | Dyad: The Vampire Stories #1 | Endless Frisky Nights | Frak #21 | Hungry Hearts #2 | Pillow Talk | Riders on the Storm | Sea of Solaris (fan-casted) | Turn of a Friendly Card | Uncharted Waters #9 | Wild Cards
by Jung, from The Choir Boys (1991)
by KOZ, from The Choir Boys, Hanson and Penhall read a fictional copy of As I Do Thee at a fictitious convention called "Concupicense IV which they are attending in order to make a bust and arrest someone selling SAT test answers. At the con, they meet Starsky & Hutch, meet other slash fans, watch a Star Trek music video, confront a zine pirate named Rhonda Liddy, win the costume/skit contest when they catch an actual real murderer, hang around the dealer room talking about slash, and meet a real life same sex couple! (1991)
by Angi Towski, from The Choir Boys
by Jung, from The Choir Boys
by Seraph, from The Choir Boys
by KOZ, from Dyad #9 (1991)
by KOZ, from Dyad #6 (1991)