Seeing Double (Orphan Black zine)

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Title: Seeing Double - Science Fiction Tropes and Feminist Themes in Orphan Black
Publisher: Space & Time Collective
Date(s): 2017?
Medium: print
Size: 8 pages
Fandom: Orphan Black
Language: English
External Links: Etsy (offline); [Tumblr post, Archived version
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Seeing Double is a gen Orphan Black zine focusing on the feminist themes of the canon.


This is the third zine created by Space & Time Collective, it is written by editor Caitlynn Fairbarns, with art by illustrator and designer Sophie Paas-Lang. Seeing Double is a farewell piece to a beloved medical science fiction television show, Orphan Black. Using a feminist lens and in-depth science fiction research, this zine looks at the how the representation of women in the show defies commonly depicted tropes in sci-fi.

Seeing Double is a full-colour eight-page zine filled with illustrations and insightful analysis of how Orphan Black intertwines science fiction and feminism. It is an essential addition for any zine collector or Clone Club member.