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ENTERPRISE INCIDENTS/SF MOVIE LAND
Sci-Fi Monthly Magazine from United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1976-1988
- Started as a fanzine in the early '80s and eventually evolved into a semiprofessional media SF magazine.
- There were 27 issues published plus 5 specials.
- Changed name to "SF Movie Land" in 1985 (9 issues, # 28-36).
- Published by James Van Hise, Hal Schuster. (James Van Hise listed as the Editor of the later issues & New Media is listed as publisher).
- After SF Movie Land magazine folded, it was incorporated into Monster Land starting with issue #7 (February 1986).
- Published by Schuster/New Media Publishing Inc.

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CONTENTS: 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1988 All GALLERIES: 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1988 All

Issue 12.5
Summer Special
1982
Gene Roddenberry Looking Ahead from 1983
Reviews by Wendy Rathbone: The Prometheus Design (9); Black Fire (5); Triangle (10)
Mechanical Affinities / Al Christenson
Starfleet Manual, Appendix 1: Historical / Geoffrey Mandel [eugenics & vessels]
Fantastic Voyaging: Jerome Bixby Dennis Fischer
Star Trek Archives
3-Deep in Moab, Utah, or, The Spacehunter Journal / James Van Hise
File on Kahn / Jerome Bixby
Spacehunter Interviews
Fan Fic:
With Enemies Like These, Who Needs Friends, or, Never Trust a Klingon / Twyla Peacock & Wendy Rathbone based on Friendship Exchange Action mentioned in novelization of TAS "Counterclock Incident".


Issue 12
1982


Issue 11
1982


Issue 10
1982


Issue 9
1982

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