Who Rides for Justice?

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Title: Who Rides for Justice?
Publisher: Dragon III Graphics
Editor(s): Ann Leonhart
Date(s): 1986-1987
Medium: print
Fandom: multimedia
Language: English
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Who Rides for Justice is a gen multifandom zine.

Issue 1

cover of issue #1, Connie Faddis

Who Rides for Justice? 1 was published in 1986 and contains 308 pages.

It has a front cover by Connie Faddis and a Simon and Simon back cover by Carlotta Vaughan. Inside art by Regenia Marracino, Melinda Reynolds, Kathy Lachonauer, Ruth Kurz, Charlene Kirby and Anne Leonhart.

  • Addicted by Regenia Marracino (Miami Vice) (2)
  • Limbo by Dee Brendel (Starsky & Hutch) (10)
  • The Do Not Tilt Affair by Charlene Kirby (Man from U.N.C.L.E.) (also in U is for U.N.C.L.E. #2( (14)
  • Christmas Eve by Sue Ann Hartwick (Scarecrow and Mrs. King) (6)
  • Silent Partner, poem by Sue Ann Sarick (Scarecrow and Mrs. King) (61)
  • Hostages, poem by Jean Thrower (Simon & Simon) (62)
  • Christmas in the Mountains by Ann Leonhart (Simon & Simon) (63)
  • Revenge of the Mary Aberdeen by Leah S. (Riptide) (87)
  • Who Killed the Sixties, a Continuation by Rowena Warner (Simon & Simon) (101)
  • Sterling Steele, poem by Teresa Sarick (Remington Steele) (106)
  • Hello Central, Give Me Doctor Jazz by Judy Darnell (Hardcastle & McCormick) (109)
  • Loyalty on a Royal Scale by Regenia Marracino (Simon & Simon) (131)
  • Glory Days by Cathy L. Bryson (Miami Vice) (135)
  • Sensitive Subject, poem by Teresa Sarick (Magnum P.I.) (145)
  • Friends and Enemies by Ann Leonhart, Regenia Marracino, and Sandra Keel (Simon & Simon) (147)
  • Introspection, poem by Carlotta Vaughan (Simon & Simon) (148)

Issue 2

Who Rides for Justice? 2 was published in 1987. It is 326 pages.

cover of issue #2 -- probably not originally red
  • Understandings by Mysti Frank--T.C. reads an essay that a young Magnum wrote about his father. (Magnum, P.I.) (4 pages)
  • Edge of Darkness by Ann Leonhart--Mark and the Judge's trip to the woods is marred by the Judge's injury and Mark's flashback to a childhood trauma. (Hardcastle and McCormick) (20 pages) (reprinted from Everything But the Kitchen Sink #1)
  • Three Little Words by B.L. Barr (Simon and Simon, poem)
  • Father's Day by Rowena Warner--Mark decides to celebrate Father's Day with the Judge. (Hardcastle and McCormick) (3 days)
  • Day After Daye by Rowena Warner--Hardcastle writes a journal entry after the events of "Ties My Father Sold Me". (Hardcastle and McCormick) (3 pages)
  • This Just Doesn't Seem to Be My Daye by Lizabeth S. Tucker--Mark writes a response to Hardcastle's journal entry. (Hardcastle and McCormick) (2 pages)
  • If Only All The Hands That Reach Out Could Touch by Mysti Frank--A ghostly A.J. says goodbye to his brother. (Simon and Simon) (12 pages)
  • Aftermath by Carlotta Vaughan (Simon and Simon, poem)
  • Come Back to the Five and Dime, Vonna Westerlake by Rowena Warner--Adventures with Mark's nudist girlfriend. (Hardcastle and McCormick) (5 pages)
  • Brethren by Mysti Frank--A set of jokes. (Simon and Simon) (9 pages)
  • Rites of Spring by Judy Darnell--Mark is kidnapped by the murderous girlfriend of a crook he and the Judge sent to prison. (Hardcastle and McCormick) (27 pages)
  • Secrets and Shadows by Tracy--An encounter with a psychologist who treated relatives of soldiers brings out revelations about how A.J. dealt with Rick's time in Vietnam. (Simon and Simon) (17 pages)
  • For More Than Michael by B.L. Barr (Simon and Simon, poem)
  • Big Bird Is Watching by Regenia Marracino--Rick dreams of spending time with A.J. as a young child. (Simon and Simon) (27 pages)
  • Sierra by Cathy Bryson--Mark meets and falls in love with a woman, but the romance ends tragically. (Hardcastle and McCormick) (15 pages)
  • Achilles' Heel by Regenia Marracino--A criminal decides to prevent Sonny from testifying against him by kidnapping Sonny's ex-wife and son. (Miami Vice) (37 pages)
  • Seeing is Believing by Lizabeth S. Tucker (Hardcastle and McCormick) (7 pages)
  • Ghosts in the Night by Jean Thrower--Rick helps A.J. through his reaction to being trapped in a coffin in "The Skull of Nostradamus". (Simon and Simon) (5 pages)
  • Secret Thoughts of a Geek by Christine Jeffords--Poem. (Riptide
  • De Ja Vu by Ann Leonhart--While waiting by Mark's bedside in the hospital during "If You Could See What I See", the Judge remembers his wife's fatal illness. (Hardcastle and McCormick) (9 pages)
  • Past Tense by Brenda A. (Simon and Simon) (31 pages)
  • Scribbling Rivalry by Mysti Frank--A.J. and Rick argue via notes. (Simon and Simon) (12 pages)
  • Suspect by L.A. Carr (T.J. Hooker) (7 pages)
  • Southhoming by Christine Jeffords (Simon and Simon) (39 pages)
  • Literally Speaking by Mysti Frank (mixed media) (2 pages)
  • Life is a Beach by Lizabeth S. Tucker (Moonlighting) (23 pages)
  • Night of the Golden Dragon by Carlotta Vaughan (Simon and Simon) (10 pages)


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