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The Computer Gaming Issue contains an overview of all those cool DC comics computer games you probably missed out on in the 1980s. 16 pages. Ashcan-sized. Cover art by James Pascoe (Batman: Sword of Azrael, Legion of Super-Heroes) and back cover art by A. Kapellusch.
Q: Okay, so it’s just another retro-gaming fanzine. Why would I want this?
A: Well, first of all, retro-gaming is awesome — so that alone is worth the price of admission. Secondly, it’s not *just* a retro-gaming fanzine — it takes an in-depth look at all the DC comics-related computer games released in the 1980s. Also, it’s in 3D.
A: Exactly — it’s a full-color 16 page (includes front and back covers) DC comics fanzine printed in 3D. We’ve even include a pair of anaglyph 3D glasses to view the fanzine.
Q: How many of these 3D fanzine do you have in stock?
A: We’re not telling — but once they’re gone, we’re not printing any more.
Q: Your previous fanzine had an interview with Michel Fiffe, Steve Lightle, J.M. DeMatteis, and Rick Veitch. Isn’t retro-gaming a bit out of your wheelhouse?
A: Not at all. If it’s eighties-related, we’re on it. We’ve actually written a few video game reviews for this site: Reviewing the Batman Returns computer game (DOS), Replaying SEGA’s Batman: Revenge of the Joker, and Taking a look back at 1994’s The Death and Return of Superman video game. In fact, Justin is a card-carrying member of Vintage is the New Old and, to date, has written a few reviews for them (with more to come, I’m sure).