Just For Kicks

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Title: Just For Kicks
Publisher: Neon Rainbow Press
Editor(s): Cinda Gillilan & Jody Norman
Date(s): 1995
Medium: fanzine, print
Fandom: multimedia
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Just For Kicks is a gen 182-page multifandom anthology fanzine focusing on the martial arts. It has 182 pages.

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  • Night Drive (by Alison Wilson) Walker, Texas Ranger. A Walker and Alex short story. (5)
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