But in the middle of the decade, one manga and its anime not only saved dōjinshi fandom from near extinction but was responsible for its biggest boom yet. Takahashi Yōichi’s Captain Tsubasa (1981–88, Kyaputen tsubasa), about boys competing in the
Media fandom is an ephemeral culture, and online fandom even more so. A printed zine from the 1970s may last longer than a story published online in the last six months. In fact, continual changes in publication preference and fannish
A weekly list of new/recent fan studies research that’s just been added to the Fan Studies Bibliography. Works are divided into things that are open access (=immediately readable for anyone) and not open access (=behind a paywall or not yet
searchampersanddestroy: Kelly McElroy, Dave Roche, Jami Thompson, and Jaclyn Miller educates us on zines. Learn about what a zine is and all the different kinds of zines (every possible topic in the world)! (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)
The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction is currently in its third edition and encompasses over 4 million words about all things SF. It is published online in collaboration with Gollancz and the SF Gateway. This new
http://library.ucr.edu/?view=collections/spcol/fanzines.html Three zine collections from science fiction fans, searchable online.