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JAPANESE FANTASY FILM SOCIETY
aka "JFFS"


- First issue: 1980?
- "To unify anime and live-action fandom".
- Ed Godziszewski (Editor), Alex Wald (Publicity).

Fanzine
from
Chicago
United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
13 July 2014

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Debi Ziemkowski
Garry Malvern
CONTENTS: 1980 1981 1982 1983 (There are undated issues)GALLERIES: 1980 1981 1982 1983 All (There are undated issues)DATABASE INFO
13 listed issue(s)

Vol 3 # 6 - Winter 1983

Japan SPFX Convention II part II, Final Yamato, etc.


Vol 3 # 5 - Fall 1982

Japan SPFX Convention II, My Youth in Arcadia, etc.


Vol 3 # 4 - Spring/Summer 1982

Godzilla Versus a Big Dog, Gundam III, Aladdin and the Magic Lamp, Kamen Raida illustration, etc.


Vol 3 # 3 - November/December 1981

Star Godzilla, Queen of a Thousand Years, Super Monster, Ultraman, Gammera illustration, etc.


Vol 3 # 1 - June/July 1981

[Dates and/or the vol/no are incorrect based on above issue, Maybe Vol 2 No 9 should actually have been Vol 3 No 2]

Ultraman--Hero from the Stars, Yamato III concludes, etc.



Vol 2 # 9 - August/September/October 1981

Mobile Suit Gundam, The War in Space, Space Firebird, Twin Tail illustration, etc.


Vol 2 # 8 - April/May 1981

Doraemon, Yamato III continues, Japanese fantasy in Europe, etc.


Vol 2 # 7 - February/March 1981

New Hero Ultimate Robot Dayoger, Ultraman, Kamen Rider, etc.


Vol 2 # 6 - December 1980

X-Bomber, more Godzilla films?, Angilas illustration, etc.


Vol 2 # 5 - October/November 1980

Chicago premiere of Demon Pond, Yamato be forever part II, etc.


Vol 2 # 4 - August/September 1980

Galaxy Express 999 comes to America, Yamato be forever, Hedorah illustration, etc.


Vol 2 # 3 - June/July 1980

Osamu Tezuka in America, Phoenix 2772, Chapter 4 in the Yamato Saga, etc.


Vol 1 # 1 1980

no date (estimated 1980):
Introduction, Origins of the Japanese fantasy film, etc.

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