To the Fullest X-Tent

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Title: To the Fullest X-Tent
Publisher: Empire Books
Editor(s): Susan Ross Moore and Jean Lorrah (issue #2, perhaps the other two as well)
Date(s): 1995-1997
Medium: print
Genre: see below
Fandom: The X-Files
Language: English
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To the Fullest X-Tent is a gen X-Files fanzine.

The first issue contains an explicit het story.

Issue 1

cover of issue #1, Mariann Howarth

To the Fullest X-Tent 1 was published in 1995 and is 85 pages long.

Mariann Howarth is the front cover artist. Diane Taurins is the illustrator for Roadside Assistance. Ancient Dreams's illustrator is not credited.

  • The Christening by Steven Han (Gen. "An elder Dana Scully looks back at her life at the Bureau and her association with Fox Mulder as family members arrive.") (45)
  • Roadside Assistance by Polly Moller (previously at, one of the first X-Files stories posted online) (Gen. "When Fox Mulder is aided by a good samaritan, he becomes involved in a mystery that unveils yet another facet of Deep Throat's secret agenda.") (49)

Reactions and Reviews: Issue 1

See reactions and reviews of Roadside Assistance.

Issue 2

To the Fullest X-Tent 2 was published in May 1996 and is 90 pages long. The art is by Diane Taurins (cover, perhaps some interior), "NAS" is the artist signature on some interior art. It was edited by Susan Ross Moore and Jean Lorrah.

cover of issue #2, Diane Taurins
  • Blizzard by L.C. Brown (1)
  • Fright by Melissa H. Taylor (23)
  • Dark Places by Michele Blankenship (45)
  • Crossroads by Annie Reed (67)

Issue 3

cover of issue #3, Diane Taurins
inside art from issue #3, by Diane Taurins

To the Fullest X-Tent 3 was published in June 1997 and is 89 pages long.

  • Little Girl Lost by Anne Vermillion (1)
  • Retribution by Annie Reed (25)
  • Displaced Cosmonaut by Kay Reindl (37)
  • Best Friends by Sheryl Martin (57)
  • H2O by Lisa R. Colodny (65)