One Way or Another (multimedia zine)

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Zine
Title: One Way or Another
Publisher: P.P. Press
Editor(s):
Date(s): 1986-1991
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Medium: print
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Fandom: multimedia though much The A-Team and Miami Vice
Language: English
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One Way or Another is a slash multimedia, though predominantly The A-Team and Miami Vice anthology.

Issue 1

cover of issue #1

One Way or Another 1 was published in 1986 and contains 72 pages. Its content is entirely The A-Team. The stories are based on the episode "Deadly Manoeuvers" and explores the effect of those events on Hannibal and Face's recently-formed relationship.

  • Deathdance by CJW and Flipper (6 pages)
  • Sting in the Tail by Flipper (22 pages)
  • Vengeance by T. Roubles (36 pages)

Issue 2

cover of issue #2

One Way or Another 2 was published in 1987 and contains 70 pages. Reprinted in November 1994.

The A-Team pairings are all Hannibal/Face.

  • Realms of Gold (Brideshead) (5 pages)
  • Orphans in the Storm by Lee (A-Team) (5 pages)
  • In the Dark (Miami Vice) (4 pages)
  • Life in the Fast Lane by C.J.W. (A-Team) (6 pages)
  • Choices, poem by C.J.W. (A-Team) (1 page)
  • Hold Back the Shadows (Miami Vice) (2 pages)
  • Facets, poem by C.J.W. (A-Team) (1 page)
  • Arabian Nightmare by T. Roubles (A-Team) (45 pages)

Issue 3

cover of issue #3

One Way or Another 3 was published in May 1988 and contains 78 pages.

  • Two of a Kind by H.E (A-Team, Hannibal/Face ) (7 pages)
  • Completing the Circle (Miami Vice) (2 pages)
  • Thereby Hangs a Tail by T. Roubles (A-Team, Hannibal/Face ) (36 pages)
  • A Whisper Away (Miami Vice) (4 pages)
  • Late Night by H.E (A-Team, Face/Murdock) (3 pages)
  • Missing Him (Miami Vice) (2 pages)
  • Edge of Night by Gatorella (A-Team, Hannibal/Face ) (3 pages)
  • The Love of Men by Morgan (A-Team, Hannibal/Face ) (16 pages)

Issue 4

One Way or Another 4 was published in May 1989 and contains 83 pages.

cover of issue #4
  • Mine Eyes have Seen the Glory by Marie Morgan (The A-Team, Hannibal/Face) (1)
  • Long Road Home by Rose (Miami Vice) (4)
  • The Ring by Rose (Miami Vice) (7)
  • The Lesson by Rose (Miami Vice) (12)
  • Living on Dreams by H.E. (The A-Team, Murdock/Face) (16)
  • Business and Pleasure by H.E. (The A-Team, Hannibal/Face) (20)
  • Sleeping Partners by H.E. (The A-Team, Hannibal/Face) (22)
  • Cat-a-Clysms by C.J.W. (The A-Team, Hannibal/Face) (24)
  • Comrades in Arms by T. Roubles (The A-Team, Murdock/Face, first time) (32)
  • Blind Date by H.E. (Magnum, P.I.) (43)
  • Double Life by H.E. (Magnum, P.I.) (47)
  • Crystal Clear by Lee (Miami Vice) (51)
  • Facades by C.J.W. (The A-Team) (52)
  • Under the Spell by H.E. (The A-Team, Hannibal/Face) ( after "The Only Churh in Town" episode.) (53)
  • The Wings of the Morning by Morgan (The A-Team, Hannibal/Face) ("The Colonel is believed dead and Face is depressed.") (60)

Issue 5

cover issue #5

One Way or Another 5 was published in May 1990 and contains 82 pages. It was the sixth zine published by P.P. Press.

  • Personal Column/Advertisements
  • Gossip Colume/Not An Editorial
  • Birthday Surprises by Flipper (A-Team, Hannibal/Face, first time)
  • I Love You by C (poem)
  • Only Yesterday by C (poem)
  • Longer...Hotter by Rose (Long Hot Summer)
  • Postscript by C Miami Vice)
  • Vigil by C (poem) Miami Vice)
  • Thoughts by C (poem) Miami Vice)
  • One Night in Saigon by Marie Morgan (A-Team, Murdock/Face, first time)
  • Deadly Manoeuvers by C (poem) (A-Team)
  • The Love of Men by C (poem) (A-Team)
  • The Christmas Present by Spyder (UFO) (also in Second Time Around)
  • Three Men In A Tub by H.M. (A-Team, Hannibal/Face/Murdock)
  • The Flyer by C (poem) (A-Team)

Issue 6

cover of issue #6
flyer for issue #6
flyer for issue #6

One Way or Another 6 was published in April 1991 and contains 147 pages.

  • Biggles, Long Hot Summer, A-Team, Lone Ranger, Perfect Scoundrels, Miami Vice, Inspector Morse, A-Team/Airwolf, (A-Team)/Sherlock Holmes
  • French Moonlight by Lindar (Biggles) ("It had never occurred to him that he could think of a man in the same way, and Algy was just -- Algy. ... his heart beat faster, so hard he was certain Algy would hear it. he waited -- he lay still and waited for the madness to pass...") (1)
  • Fly Boys by Lindar (Biggles) (13)
  • Forbidden Fruit by Merlin (Long Hot Summer) (15)
  • The Longest Time by Marie Morgan (The A-Team) ("'Never in his wildest dreams had it felt this good, or this right, and never had Face looked more desirable. Firelight flickered across his features and was echoed in the fire that danced in his eyes. Not caring if he was consumed in that fire, Hannibal finally responded to the arms that caught about his neck and pulled him down...") (19)
  • Behind the Mask by Lindar (The Lone Ranger) (30)
  • Matchmaker by Flipper (The A-Team) (33)
  • As Long as the Moon Can Shine by Florence Sinclair (Perfect Scoundrels) ( "'every time some bloke ditches him, he tells Uncle Luky all about it. Only... this time..." Buchanan turned back. "This time?" he repeated dazedly. "This time, whatever 'appens, Cassidy'll get 'urt. I'll get left to pick up the pieces again.") (36)
  • Burned by the Flame by Merlin (Miami Vice) (57)
  • Deep Cover by Merlin (Miami Vice) (65)
  • Shadows 1 and 2 (More Shadows) by Merlin (Miami Vice) ("'Once before, once only, Castillo had allowed himself to become entangled with a colleague, involved so heavily that soon neither of them could tell where one soul ended and the other began. Cosmic twins, bonded together, linked beyond human understanding...'") (69)
  • Whirlwind by Merlin (Miami Vice) (73)
  • Games...! by T. Roubles (The A-Team) (75)
  • At the End of a Bloody Day by Y'Sanne (Inspector Morse) (80)
  • Heat and Flush'd by Sir (Inspector Morse) ("'... I'd like you to think of me as -- someone you just met... maybe in the line of certain enquiries -- and I've eyed you up and down, all... salacious, like." Here Lewis suited the action to the word, with such subtle skill that Morse drew in his breath sharply.") (87)
  • Bird in a Gilded Cage by Flipper (The A-Team)/(Airwolf) ("'What about the other offer, Faceman?" Murdock asked gruffly. "From that guy... Hawke_?" Peck frowned, but his mind was made up. "I'll go; see what happens. I've got nothing to lose." He paused, took a shallow, nervous breath and avoided Smith's eyes. "Best thing is, it gets me outa here for a while." Despite that sweet and dangerous moment they'd shared not long before, he felt he had to underline his point to the Colonel: he needed liberty-- now.") (95)
  • 'Twas the Night Before Christmas by T. Roubles ("'The snow was softly drifting down to lay a virgin white blanket over the cobbled streets of London, turning the tall, Victorian houses into fairy-tale castles. "Homes... something strange...") (The A-Team)/(Sherlock Holmes) (135)

Reactions and Reviews: Issue 6

What I like about this story is that it shows an established and loving relationship with a minimum of angst. It is nice to see Holmes and Watson happy for a change. The down side is that basically nothing happens in the story and a couple from the A-Team wander through for no particular reason and according to no real paranormal mechanism. [1]

References

  1. Emily Veinglory, One Way or Another 6, 12 July 2010. (Accessed 23 July 2010)