LATE NIGHT
Star Wars One-off Fanzine from United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1985-1985
- Created by Judy Maricevic and D.C. Black.
- Published by Rafferty Press

Last updated:
2020-08-21

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Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson

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CONTENTS: 1985 GALLERIES: 1985 All

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Issue 1
1985
Tough Guy Detective with Melt Away Eyes by Patricia White (Mike Hammer) (poem)
Hey Kid by L.A. Carr (Star Wars) (poem)
Never Again by D.C. Black--Starsky thinks Hutch is dead after his car is shot up in a robbery. (Starsky and Hutch)
Who Will Answer? by Judy Maricevic (Star Trek: TOS) (poem)
Dark Call by Vena Pontiac (Star Wars) (filk)
Out From the Planet Starbuck by L.A. Carr--After Starbuck is left behind by the Galactica, Apollo grieves. (Battlestar Galactica)
Art Portfolio by Roland
Guarantees by Patricia White (Remington Steele) (poem)
Grounds For Survival by Betty deGabriele--A despairing Hawkeye Pierce is given encouragement by a young soldier from New York. (MASH/Starsky and Hutch)
Against the Wall by Katherine Bauman (Willard) (poem)
A Favor Returned by Deanna Durbin--Han Solo gets himself a new ship and a Wookiee partner. (Star Wars)
Brothers by D.C. Black (Simon and Simon) (poem)
Bulletin Board (Multi-fandom)
Beyond The Call by Diane Farnsworth with L.A. Carr--When Lee and the Admiral are captured and interrogated by Russian officers, Lee sacrifices himself in the Admiral's place. (Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea)
A Fed In The Woods by Judy Maricevic--While on a camping trip, Bill tells Ralph a painful story about his past. (Greatest American Hero)
Hutch's Lament by Patricia White (Starsky and Hutch) filkmike

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