Results 1 to 7 of 7

Thread: Phantasmagoria-King Fanzine

  1. #1
    Goldmember carlosdetweiller has a reputation beyond repute carlosdetweiller has a reputation beyond repute carlosdetweiller has a reputation beyond repute carlosdetweiller has a reputation beyond repute carlosdetweiller has a reputation beyond repute carlosdetweiller has a reputation beyond repute carlosdetweiller has a reputation beyond repute carlosdetweiller has a reputation beyond repute carlosdetweiller has a reputation beyond repute carlosdetweiller has a reputation beyond repute carlosdetweiller has a reputation beyond repute

    Join Date
    May 2007
    Posts
    6,921

    Default Phantasmagoria-King Fanzine

    Quote Originally Posted by carlosdetweiller View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Randall Flagg View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by carlosdetweiller View Post
    George Beahm also published the entire list of Regulators Checks in one issue of Phantasmagoria a few years back.
    Magazine, book?
    It was a newsletter that Beahm put out irregularly to keep fans up to date on Stephen King news. I may have my time lines out of whack a bit but I believe George did it to fill the void when Castle Rock ceased publication. Many issues were quite good and informative. I've still got my complete set. I'll dig them out in the next few days and provide more info if people are interested.
    Probably not the right thread for this but this is where the discussion started.

    In 1995 George Beahm started a newsletter or magazine called Phantasmagoria that lasted (roughly) 15 issues. It was published irregularly but attempted to be about three times per year. I think the subscription price was $10 for three issues. They were generally pretty good and along with your subscription you also got some bonus material, updates, etc.

    The issues mostly had news related to King happenings and publications and some original writing by fans as well as book reviews. The format evolved over time....going from about 8 to 12 stapled pages to glossy wrappers to newspaper tabloid style and, finally, a paperback that included issues 12 to 15.

    The last issued was limited to 300 copies and there was to be a lettered copy but it never got published. I paid for one as well as a lettered copy of the book STEPHEN KING COLLECTIBLES. I don't think either was ever published. If anyone received a lettered copy of either please let me know.

    It was really a pretty good publication. Issue #4 with the Motokops car on the front from THE REGULATORS is the one that listed all the checks from the limited edition. They listed the 500 numbered, 52 lettered and 62 "PC" copies. It filled a void that occurred when Castle Rock ceased publication.

    Here are photos:










  2. #2
    Owner Randall Flagg is loved more than Jesus Randall Flagg is loved more than Jesus Randall Flagg is loved more than Jesus Randall Flagg is loved more than Jesus Randall Flagg is loved more than Jesus Randall Flagg is loved more than Jesus Randall Flagg is loved more than Jesus Randall Flagg is loved more than Jesus Randall Flagg is loved more than Jesus Randall Flagg is loved more than Jesus Randall Flagg is loved more than Jesus Randall Flagg's Avatar

    Join Date
    May 2007
    Location
    North of "The Claw" & Patrick, East of Chad, Thankfully 700 miles from Bill
    Posts
    40,432
    My Mood
    Pensive
    Country
    Country Flag
    Gender
    Gender

    Default Phantasmagoria-King Fanzine

    Break out thread, Thanks to Bob (Carlosdetweiler).

  3. #3
    Big Coffin Hunter herbertwest has much to be proud of herbertwest has much to be proud of herbertwest has much to be proud of herbertwest has much to be proud of herbertwest has much to be proud of herbertwest has much to be proud of herbertwest has much to be proud of herbertwest has much to be proud of herbertwest has much to be proud of herbertwest has much to be proud of herbertwest's Avatar

    Join Date
    May 2007
    Location
    Paris, France
    Posts
    9,796
    Country
    Country Flag
    Gender
    Gender

    Default

    It look nice !
    ------------------------------------------------
    CLUB STEPHEN KING (french website about STEPHEN KING, since 1992) : on : Facebook | Twitter
    ------------------------------------------------

  4. #4
    Weedeater frik is a glorious beacon of light frik is a glorious beacon of light frik is a glorious beacon of light frik is a glorious beacon of light frik is a glorious beacon of light frik's Avatar

    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Location
    Rotterdam, The Netherlands
    Posts
    3,689
    Country
    Country Flag
    Gender
    Gender

    Default

    I've got most of these issues.
    Always enjoyed reading it.

    sk

  5. #5
    Great Old One Ari_Racing has much to be proud of Ari_Racing has much to be proud of Ari_Racing has much to be proud of Ari_Racing has much to be proud of Ari_Racing has much to be proud of Ari_Racing has much to be proud of Ari_Racing has much to be proud of Ari_Racing has much to be proud of Ari_Racing has much to be proud of Ari_Racing's Avatar

    Join Date
    May 2007
    Location
    Adrogué, Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Posts
    8,033
    My Mood
    Cheerful
    Country
    Country Flag
    Gender
    Gender

    Default

    When was the last number published?
    Wanted list:
    The girl who loved tom gordon ARC with King's letter
    The Plant #3 Unsigned.

  6. #6
    Weedeater frik is a glorious beacon of light frik is a glorious beacon of light frik is a glorious beacon of light frik is a glorious beacon of light frik is a glorious beacon of light frik's Avatar

    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Location
    Rotterdam, The Netherlands
    Posts
    3,689
    Country
    Country Flag
    Gender
    Gender

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Ari_Racing View Post
    When was the last number published?
    It's dated 2001.

    sk

  7. #7
    Gunslinger jhanic has a brilliant future jhanic has a brilliant future jhanic has a brilliant future jhanic has a brilliant future jhanic has a brilliant future jhanic has a brilliant future jhanic has a brilliant future jhanic has a brilliant future jhanic has a brilliant future jhanic has a brilliant future jhanic has a brilliant future jhanic's Avatar

    Join Date
    May 2007
    Location
    Cleveland, Ohio
    Posts
    14,648
    My Mood
    Tired
    Country
    Country Flag

    Default

    It's actually numbered #12-15.

    John

Tags for this Thread

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts