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Vintage Warning "Issue #16" Alaska's Underground Fanzine

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Warning was a music fanzine from Alaska. It was founded in 1982 by Frank Harlan and claimed to be the first ever punk fanzine from Alaska. The mag was only around for a few years but it featured many interviews with notable mainland US bands while also showcasing the scene in Anchorage. This issue, #16, features music and fanzine reviews, an article on skateboarding, underground comics, a writeup on cult movies, and an interview with Noise For The Needy, as well as tons of great ads. This original copy of Warning is in great condition with light wear and yellowed edges. 

Dimensions: 8.5" Wide by 11" Long 

Page Count: 40

Editor: Bill Bored

From: Anchorage, AK

Year: 1985

Binding: Staple

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