Mirage (Blake's 7 zine)
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From the flyer: "Two years after Gauda Prime, Avon escapes Servalan's prison, and hunted by both Federation and Rebellion forces, sets out to recover Orac and the surviving members of Scorpio's crew. His acquisition of the prototype camouflage ship, Mirage, sets off events that could trigger a galactic war -- and the ultimate downfall of the Federation."
- No Safe Harbor (reprinted from B7 Complex #11) 12 pages
- Mirage (reprinted from B7 Complex#13) 20 pages
- Exiles (reprinted from B7 Complex#14) 30 pages
- The Resurrectionist (reprinted from B7 Complex #15) 24 pages
- Spectres (reprinted from B7 Complex #16) 28 pages
- The Only Reality 30 pages
- Havens 42 pages
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"Illustration is by Judith Boguslawski. It’s a decent enough post-Gauda Prime novel (I’d recommend it,) but this picture is a bit awkward. At first glance, Vila looks less “injured” and more “toddler having a hissy fit.” Either way, it’s a gift to shippers. "
"Another picture from Mirage. No jokes about this one. Jenna Stannis is in charge and is going to shoot your ass if you don’t watch your step. Which is of course the only proper way to represent Jenna." 
Reactions and Reviews
Mirage by Jean Graham has a nice balance of characters in a PGP setting. Tarrant gets a story of his own, plus some love interest, & figures in 22% of this strongly plotted 191p. zine. Very well-written, one of the best PGP fan novels to come down the pike in a LONG while. It passed my own acid test which means that I read it more than once & enjoyed it both times! Stories originally appeared in B7 Complex, now with 70 additional pages, spiral bound, illos by Walsh, Boguslawski, & Williams.