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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
1984

Issue 13
January
1984

Special # 2
January
1984

Issue 14
February
1984

Issue 15
March
1984

Issue 16
April
1984

Special # 3
April
1984

Issue 17
May
1984

Issue 18
June
1984

William Shatner Special
June
1984

Leonard Nimoy Special
June
1984

Interviews Special
June
1984

Technical Side Special
June
1984

Issue 19
July
1984

Special # 4
July
1984

Issue 20
August
1984

Issue 21
September
1984

Issue 22
October
1984

Technical Book Special
October
1984

Issue 23
November
1984

Special # 5
November
1984

Issue 24
December
1984

James Bond Dossier
1984

Dune Special
1984

Alien Cook Special
1984

Stephen King Special
1984

Fantasy TV Special
1984

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