Jim Dulhunty (s3159706@student.anu.edu.au)
Tue, 6 Jun 2000 16:16:24 -0800

>core@gundam.com wrote:
>> Jim Dulhunty wrote:
>> > The first was in a two-part article in the now defunct Mecha Press,
>> Mecha Press is not defunct, it's just renamed to Protoculture Addicts.
>Not exactly.... PA predates Mecha Press by quite awhile. It started out as the
>official robotech fanzine (hence the name) and evolved into an anime mag.
>I ought
>to know I got a subscription too it back in 1990 when they were switching
>to all
>anime, it was actually what introduced me to the wider world of anime.
>(and then
>I got that fateful flier for Animecon 91!)
>The same group of robo-headed Canadians who created PA went on to create Mecha
>Press. Oh, god how I miss MP, Animag, V-max, and all of the other defuct FAN
>ORIENTED anime magazines. Hey, does anyone know if Animeco is still being
>---Brett Jensen

Have to agree with you. There I was waiting for months for the next issue
of Mecha Press, only to find out it'd been canned. 'Course now most of the
old Mecha Press crew are the backbone of DP9, so its not all bad.


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