South of Heaven

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Zine
Title: South of Heaven
Publisher: Mkashef Enterprises
Editor:
Author(s): Dovya Blacque
Cover Artist(s): KOZ
Illustrator(s): KOZ
Date(s): 1991
Medium: print
Size:
Genre: slash
Fandom: Young Guns/Lost Boys/First Power, Kiefer/Lou
Language: English
External Links: online flyer
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South of Heaven is an 81-page slash crossover vampire Kiefer/Lou novel by Dovya Blacque.

cover by KOZ

Summaries

From the publisher: "From 300 years in the past, through the wilds of the Old West, to present day, one man struggles alone on a quest for meaning, fulfillment anbd love. Art by KOZ."

From Media Monitor: "Follow the lonely sojourn of a man who isn't a man through the centuries as he searches for meaning to his existence. searching for purpose, searching for a place to belong...searching for a love lost to the past."

From Zine Scene: "Before he shot and killed Billy the Kid, Pat Garrett's bullets felled Josiah "Doc" Scurlock. But Doc never really was what he appeared to be. This story takes the worlds of these films and creates a journey through the myriad aspects of vampirism, immortality, love, hate, friendship, and loyalty. This is an insightful look into the heart, the mind... the soul of an immortal being."

Reactions and Reviews

There was a review of this zine in Zine Scene v.2 n.2.