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General Reactions and Reviews
Texas Revelations 1 was published in March 1994 and is 81 pages long. Cover art is by Ann Larimer; back cover is by Sherlock. Interior art is by Susan Leinbach, Mariann Howarth, Joy Riddle, Laura Miles, Margaret McNickle, and Erika Frensley
- He’s Got the Whole World in His Hand by Carlotta Barnes (Doctor Who/Edward Scissorhands crossover) (1)
- Deja Who by Karen Robertson (Doctor Who/Groundhog Day) (9)
- Time of Change by M.A. Calhoon (Highlander) (18)
- Somebody Down There Likes Me by Erika Frensley (MacGyver's nemesis, Murdoc, is sent to corral Gabriel and ends up rescuing a pregnant Catherine from his clutches.) (MacGyver/Beauty and the Beast) (30)
- One Foggy Eve by Renae Ransdorf (Shadow Chasers) (41)
- Leap Day by Dee Beetem (Quantum Leap/Groundhog Day) (46)
- The Missing Book by Ann McKannan (Moon Over Miami) (57)
- The Ghostbusters’ Last Case??? by Kate Nickell (Real Ghostbusters) (also in APAritions) (71)
Texas Revelations 2 was published in March 1995 and contains 72 pages.
- Unfinished Business by AC Langlinais (5 pages) (MacGyver)
- Office Tradition by Erika Frensley (5 pages) (MacGyver)
- Phoenix by Melissa Mastoris (poem) (1 page) (MacGyver)
- Pete's Goodbye by Melissa Mastoris (poem) (1 page)(MacGyver)
- The Sinking Ship Raid by Anne Collins Smith. A fanatic Nazi colonel blames Dietrich for the Rat Patrol's success. (Rat Patrol) (reprinted in Desert Dispatches)
- Small World by Kate Nickell (winner of a Fan Q Award]])
- Image of a Rebel by Dee Beetem & Margaret McNickle
- Blake's 7 & Star Wars crossover
- Superman & Mighty Morphin Power Rangers crossover
- Northern Exposure & Blake's 7 crossover
- Blake's 7 & Red Dwarf crossover
- other unknown content
Reactions and Reviews: Issue 2
The Star Wars crossover stories are rather nice. Leia, Han, and Luke interact first with Servalan and then with the rebels, but they're not exactly their "real" selves. Instead they are artificial beings created by the Clonemasters to help save the rebellion. Since no real person would have the qualities needed, they turned to fictional characters for prototypes. It works! 
Texas Revelations 3 published in March 1996 and is 85 pages long.
- The Only Game In Town (Blake's 7/Star Wars) (15 pages)
- Veiled Encounter (Nowhere Man) (4 pages)
- You Do What You Have To (Riptide) (9 pages)
- Leaps and Rebounds (Quantum Leap) (4 pages)
- To Life Immortal (War of the Worlds/Highlander) (17 pages)
- A Midsummer's Night Dream (Gargoyles/Star Trek: TNG) (3 pages)
- Out Of Time (MacGyver/Star Trek: TNG) (27 pages)
- Blake's 7
- other unknown content
Texas Extra is a special edition of "Texas Revelations." It was published in 1997 and contains 59 pages. It is a "Special Langlinais Edition": Stories by A.C. Langlinais. Cover by Bonia Crider. Art by Joy Riddle.
- The Bane by A.C. Langlinais (X-Files) (34 pages) (also published as a 95-page standalone zine, the same story done in script form, see The Bane)
- Identity Crisis (offline, archived) (Highlander with Methos) (13 pages)
- Signals (MacGyver/X-Files crossover) (12 pages)
A Funny Thing Happened…
I started re-reading Henry Jenkins’ Textual Poachers yesterday, and that prompted me to look up fanzines online. I was curious, really, whether anyone still publishes hard copy fanzines, or if it’s all just FanFiction.net and that kind of thing now. I guess I was just feeling a bit nostalgic. I started out as a fanfic author, after all, and a young one at that — I would turn up as a guest at cons and no one would believe I was who I said I was. (Remember, they couldn’t just look me up online back then. Yes, I’m old.)
Anyway, one zine I was published in was called Texas Revelations, though it only had about four issues. And I stumbled on this Wiki site and, well, I was floored. I don’t know why. It’s not like anyone did a page about me specifically, but hey, I got a mention.
Perhaps I should mention that I used to be A.C. Langlinais. Back in the day.
Not only that, but someone made a separate entry for my undergraduate thesis project, which was an X-Files spec script called “The Bane.” There’s a photo of it. How did they even get a copy?! (To be clear, I wrote a short story version of “The Bane,” which is the one published in Texas Revelations. The story started as a back-and-forth writing project between me and my best friend Tara.)I’m weirdly flattered. And a little freaked out. But mostly flattered. I was definitely more successful as a fanfic author, if by “success” one means “widely read and praised.” I didn’t make any money, of course, but I was asked to conventions and got a lot of great fan mail. Ah, those were the days.