Proposed Zines/B

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  • B7 Complex, Blake's 7, a special adult issue called "The Nightwatch Supplement" to issue #6/7
  • Bad Dates (1983, a multimedia with an accent on humor zine for "everything to do with SW, RLA, SH, MPI, SS, HSB... G-to-R rated please, and NO same-sex stories.")
  • Barakei (1990s, gen, multimedia, Fenris House, "Killed by roses. Fiction, poetics scented with the oungent odour of jasmine,blood, secret societies, mythical beings, incense and fantasy. A collection of tales from the mysterious Far East and travellers to this part of the globe from those distant lands. Digest format -- cover painting is a limited edition photoprint of the painting "Barakei" by B Fister-Liltz. The book features a Master novella by Sheila Paulson, poetry by Teri Sarick, Original fiction by Denyse H Bridger." see flyer image above)
  • Baron of Bespin" (Star Wars, "the zine for discriminating adults... isn't it about time Lando Calrissian came in for a little appreciation? I'm looking for material that takes a positive approach to the life and hard times of the Administrator of Cloud City.")
  • Bayberry Rose (1993, Beauty and the Beast and multimedia, was to have been published by Off-Note Publications)
  • Battleground (multimedia, "fiction, true accounts, poetry and art dealing with soldiers on and off the battlefield, during and after wars...Stories featuring TV heroes also accepted," 1986)
  • Beads & Rattles (1987, ST: TOS) (was to have a Connie Faddis cover, art by Lovett and other BNFs and much fiction and art by other well-known fans, from The DeForest Dispatch #13 the editor writes: "We're working on it, so don't despair. I've hit a few snags, but it's shaping up quite well. Try to be patient." The submitted material for this zine was published in McCoy's T.O.Y. in 1988.)
  • Beatle Magic (The Beatles -- "a fantasy zine, keep in it good taste")
  • Before Farpoint (1993, an all-Star Trek: TOS zine to have been a sister zine to Beyond Farpoint USA)
  • Beginners (1990, Starsky & Hutch, slash, "dealing with beginnings of any kind. First car, first apartment, first time SH met, at, loved, etc.", Cheryl Maier)
  • Beneath the City (Beauty and the Beast, 1988, Sunshine Press)
  • Bespin Times (Star Wars, 1981, art, cartoons, fiction, articles, was to have been published by Pat Nolan through Asteris Navis Press)
  • The Best Days of Our Lives (gen, "by Evelyn Farris, a Starsky and Hutch novella. It picks up at the end of Sweet Revenge". Available in Spring 1986.")
  • Best of Nome (1991, see Nome)
  • Best of Bonnie Reitz (1991, Orion Press, "A collection of one of fandom's most popular authors and artists of the early 1980's. Being reprinted with permission are her best works collected from several out-of-print zines, with their original artwork, including the FanQ nominated "Kefrendar." The stories have been re-edited and re typed for your enjoyment. Projected publication date is late December 1991. Send a SASE for notification of final page count and price to Randall Landers")
  • Best of the Blackwood Project (see image on this page) (1991, War of the Worlds one-shot, was to contain all of the non-fiction from The Blackwood Project)
  • Between the Sheets 1.5: Beyond the Darkness (1991, Star Trek: TNG. "A ST:TNG novel by Cyndi Bayless Overstreet. AGE STATEMENT REQUIRED. Three members of the Enterprise crew must rely on more than wits to survive in a primitive society. No "/", but to tell more would be cheating. Scheduled for mid 1991 publication. SASE's now being accepted for final price notification.")
  • Betwixt and Between (1986, multi-universe, "All stories and artwork must include elements from at least two universe, from books, movies or TV. Planned for late 1987 or early 1988. No X-rated material.")
  • Beyond Kiron III (was intended to be published in 1994, #5 in the Kiron III (Star Trek: TNG) series from Ian McLean's Orange Eye Press, Australia. Demand for print fanzines had slowed so the project was shelved.)
  • Binary (1979, science fiction, proposed by Deb Walsh)
  • Bird of Prey (1981, Star Trek, was to have been published by Allies for Star Trek, "How did a Romulan Princess happen to be 1/8 human? Follow the story of Quinta, and of how her human ancestor came to be Romulan royalty. Also follow as Qunita forces a confrontation with the Federation and the Romulan Empire that with either end in peace or in WAR.")
  • Black Dragon (1993, Raven, "Earth to Jonathon Raven fans! I'd like to do a quality Raven zine, if sufficient interest and energy are out there. But I must hear from YOU! Send a SASE ffor submission guidelines or notification of publication (specify which, please or send one sase for each.) Submission deadline: 12/1/93 for 5/94 printing. Gaylen Reis.")
  • Black Hole (1979, gen, first issue was to all Trek, second issue mixed)
  • Black Magic (multimedia, 1984, "features characters created by Mr. T. Billy Dee Williams, Carl Weathers, James Earl Jones... Includes 'Knowin' What to Keep by Stuart, another in the Second Empire SW series,"' Blue Jay Press)
  • Black Roses (1981, Star Wars, to have been published by Allies for Star Trek, "the story of Luke Skywalker's parents, how they met, fell in love, and how the Jedi Knight Skywalker became the evil darth Vader. A beautifully written love story, coupled with the best of science fiction and fantasy, in all the SW Universe!")
  • Blake Who? (1980s, Blake's 7)
  • Blonds in Black (multimedia, "Take your favorite blond, dress him/her in black, and take it from there," 1984, Tacky Khaki Press)
  • Blue-Strike (1993, Counterstrike (1990s series), Project Nine Press, "A one-shot CS slash zine. We need stories, art, poetry, missing scenes etc. Adult material ok. Male/male, female/female pairings ok.")
  • Bobzine (see image on this page) (dedicated to exploring the many characters played by Bob Dowdell, was to have been published by Criterion Press)
  • Bohemian Rhapsody (roles of Scott Bakula, planned for 5/96)
  • The Bookhouse Tales (1992, Twin Peaks, "Seeking fiction, fact, speculation, filk, art, cartoons, spot illoes, story art, cover art, D/L-M Productions"]],
  • The Boonies (a zine dedicated to characters played by Brendon Boone)
  • Born to be Wild (see image on this page) (The Sentinel, slash, 1998, "When a deep-cover FBI agent goes missing during a drug trafficking investigation, Jim is called in to recreate an old Vice persona in order to infiltrate a motorcycle gang. But there have been some changes since the last time he dealt with that scene, forcing him to make a few discoveries about himself and the man he's called his partner for two years. From the streets of San Francisco to the Canadian border, can Ellison and Sandburg locate the missing agent, stop the drug ring from completing its run, and fInd out who's leaving a trail of bloody "boy-toys" along the West Coast...before they reach the end of the line?")
  • Breaking Out (Tomorrow People, 1983)
  • A Brief History of SW Fantime (1992, non-fiction, history of Star Wars fandom, by Maggie Nowakowska
  • Brightstar in Glory (Star Wars, by Christine Jeffords, "the only mainline 'Brightstar' universe novel will take place in the Lucas/Brightstar through their analog of ROTJ. Due May 1985.")
  • Broken Mirror (1992, multimedia, slash, Gemma Files was to be the publisher, "Remember movies where the hero says (of the villain), "I want this guy?" Want to pursue this idea to its (il)logical conclusion? We want the result, up to 6000 words.")
  • Build-a-Story (one for Star Trek: TOS and one for Star Trek: TNG, "Have you ever wanted to write a story or novel, but hadn't the time? Wouldn't it be nice to get together with a few other writers and create a work as a team? It will only take a couple of hours every other month and is quite enjoyable.")
  • Bumps in the Night (2003, "a planned multi-media 'slash' zine featuring stories involving science fiction, fantasy and supernatural elements. This zine is currently scheduled for release in March, 2003. I am looking for submissions from writer, poets, and artists. Following along with the theme, this zine is planned for release on CD.")
  • Burn, Witch... (Battlestar Galactica, "While the story is set in the Galactica Universe, and although Captain Apollo is part of it, the main focus is on Lieutenant Morgan of the battlestar Osiris. He is a man of unusual talents and abilities, and with a most unusual destiny.")
  • By Blood Forever Bound (1995, K/S vampire novel by Alexis Fegan Black)
  • By the Book (1997, Swift Justice, stories, poems, art, missing scenes, art, no slash, by Neon Rainbow Press)