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Fanzine edited by Jim Harmon in the early 60s and primarily devoted to radio drama.

The first issue, with photos of several old time radio performers on the cover, had articles on Captain Midnight (Ron Haydock), Jimmie Allen (Redd Boggs), Johnny Dollar (Jim Harmon), and The Shadow (Jim Harmon). Haydock, Boggs, and Don Glut were listed as contributing editors.

The second issue, with an illustration of Superman and Buck Rogers on the cover, had articles on Superman (Don Glut), Tom Mix (Jim Harmon), children's science fiction programs on radio and television (Ron Haydock), radio's "I Love a Mystery" (Jim Harmon), and Buck Rogers (Redd Boggs).

The third, and final issue, with illustrations of Jack Armstrong and The Shadow on the cover, had articles on Armstrong (Richard Kyle), The Shadow (Bill Blackbeard), Soap Operas (Robert Neily), "One Man's Family" (Sally Sessions), and Tom Mix (Jim Harmon).

Only the second issue was dated (1963), but all three were published during 1962-1964.

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