Fanzine published by James Van Hise. Contains a very badly translated story from the Spanish comic book, lots of reviews and essays. It also features a story of Solomon Kane, written by Van Hise. Actually quite good.

Contents

  • ifc •  Sword & Fantasy #8 • interior artwork by Salvador Lovall
  • 1 •  Sword & Fantasy #8 • (2005) • interior artwork by Rick McCollum (variant of Sword & Fantasy #2)
  • 2 • The Conan You Don’t Know • essay by James Van Hise
  • 3 •  Queen of the Black Coast • interior artwork by Silva Quiros and Jorge H. Soberanes
  • 36 • Solomon Kane and the Spirits of the Forest • essay by James Van Hise
  • 36 •  Solomon Kane and the Spirits of the Forest • interior artwork by Mahlon Fawcett
  • 40 •  Solomon Kane and the Spirits of the Forest • interior artwork by Gary Gianni
  • 50 • A Tribute to the Famous American Woman Writer of the Weird: Miss C. L. Moore • (1945) • essay by A. F. Hillman
  • 54 • The Miscast Barbarian in Review: The Real Robert E. Howard • essay by Harold Preece
  • 58 •  Sword & Fantasy #8 • interior artwork by Broc Sears
  • 59 • De Camp Responds • essay by L. Sprague de Camp
  • 60 •  Sword & Fantasy #8 [2] • interior artwork by Rick McCollum
  • 61 • Robert E. Howard’s Conan • (1952) • essay by Lane Stannard
  • 61 •  Sword & Fantasy #8 • interior artwork by Mahlon Fawcett
  • 62 •  Sword & Fantasy #8 • interior artwork by Rick Tucker
  • 63 •   Review: The Wizard of Lemuria by Lin Carter • review by Richard Brisson [as by Richard P. Brisson]
  • 63 •   Review: Thongor of Lemuria by Lin Carter • review by Richard Brisson [as by Richard P. Brisson]
  • 63 •   Review: Thongor against the Gods by Lin Carter • review by Richard Brisson [as by Richard P. Brisson]
  • 63 •   Review: Thongor in the City of Magicians by Lin Carter • review by Richard Brisson [as by Richard P. Brisson]
  • 64 •  Illustrations from Japanese Editions Of Robert E. Howard Books • interior artwork by uncredited
  • 65 •  Sword and Fantasy #8 [2] • interior artwork by Mahlon Fawcett
  • 66 • New (and Moderately New) and In Review • essay by James Van Hise
  • 66 •   Review: Conan: The Ultimate Guide to the World’s Most Savage Barbarian by Roy Thomas • review by James Van Hise
  • 67 •   Review: Spectrum Super Special #2 by Craig Miller • review by James Van Hise
  • 67 •   Review: Spectrum Super Special #3 by Craig Miller • review by James Van Hise
  • 67 •   Review: REH: Two-Gun Raconteur #8 by Damon C. Sasser • review by James Van Hise
  • 67 •   Review: REH: Two-Gun Raconteur #9 by Damon C. Sasser • review by James Van Hise
  • 68 •   Review: The Chronicler of Cross Plains #2 by Damon C. Sasser • review by James Van Hise
  • 68 •   Review: Robert E. Howard: World’s Greatest Pulpster by Dennis McHaney • review by James Van Hise
  • 68 •   Review: Robert E. Howard: The Power of the Writing Mind by Ben Szumskyj • review by James Van Hise
  • 69 • Reviews of “Illustration Magazine” #13-17 • essay by James Van Hise
  • 70 • Review of “Adventure Tales” #2 and #3, Wildside Press • essay by James Van Hise
  • 70 • Reviews of “Lost Worlds: The Journal of Clark Ashton Smith Studies” #2 and #3 • essay by James Van Hise
  • 70 • Reviews of “Plupdom” #45 and #46 • essay by James Van Hise
  • 71 •  Sword & Fantasy #8 • interior artwork by uncredited
  • 71 •   Review: High Adventure by Dennis McHaney and Darrell C. Richardson • review by James Van Hise
  • 72 • Blood ‘n’Thunder • essay by James Van Hise
  • 73 •  Sword & Fantasy #8 • interior artwork by uncredited
  • 74 • The Life and Times of Wild Bill Clanton • essay by Rick Lai
  • 74 •  The Life and Times of Wild Bill Clanton • interior artwork by uncredited
  • 79 •  Sword & Fantasy #8 • interior artwork by uncredited
Publisher : James Van Hise
Year : Date given October 2006, but delayed until January 2008
Type: Fanzine
Format : Quarto (8.5″ x 11″ magazine)
Pages : 84
Cover : Salvador Lovall
Illustrations : None

Notes

Edited and published by James Van Hise.

Publication date given as October 2006, but publication was delayed until January 2008, as noted in the editorial in issue #9.
“Queen of the Black Coast” is a Spanish comic book, translated into English.
The four reviews on p. 63 are under the title of “They Sought Adventure”.
Side stapled single sheets, wraps.

Fanzine published by James Van Hise. Contains a very badly translated story from the Spanish comic book, lots of reviews and essays. It also features a story of Solomon Kane, written by Van Hise. Actually quite good.

Tags: Harold Preece / James Van Hise / Rick McCollum / Robert E. Howard