Legend (Beauty and the Beast zine)

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Zine
Title: Legend
Publisher:
Editor(s): Kathy Cox
Date(s): May 1991
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Medium: print
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Fandom: Beauty and the Beast (TV)
Language: English
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P.S. Nim

Legend is a het 120-page Beauty and the Beast anthology Kathy Cox. Art by Beth Blighton, P.S. Nim (front cover), Pam Tuck, Kriss Farver, Barbara Gipson, Lena Wood, Kevin Hopkins, and Jeanne McClure.

Reactions and Reviews

This zine should be a favorite of people who enjoy the 3rd season story line and want to explore further a growing romance between Diana and Vincent. Although no sexual relationship takes place, a deep emotional one is forming and the framework is clearly laid for the romance to continue in a future volume. The story line is handled well and each story builds upon the previous one. It should be mentioned, however, that a great deal of this zine is devoted to "Navahopi," a novel-length story of Diana's relationship with an American Indian. I found the character interesting and the story compelling, but some readers may not. Although Vincent is not the main focus of this story, the reader is struck by the interesting parallel drawn between their lives. [1]
Stories giving psychological background on 3rd season, 4th season events. Novelette, “Navahopi,” in which Diana meets a very attractive and troubled Amerindian trying to cope with his brother's death (Vincent is jealous), is particularly fine. All but the severely 3rd/4th season allergic will want this one. Final printing. [2]

References

  1. ^ from The Beauty and the Beast Buyer's Guide to Fanzines
  2. ^ from Helpers' Network Quality Fanzine Review -- 1997; WebCite