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Catch 22 Issue 11 1/2 (original, eh?)

Another mini 'zine issue. Best/Worst of poll of virtually anything and everything. 22's readers seem to be the epitome of taste, but The Prisoner being voted amongst the Worst TV programmes had me in tears, but, at least, it was in the "Best" section as well. Sparkling, in-depth reviews. TBH 1 review a bit harsh - I mean, the girl was only 15 at the time... the ed of TBH, I mean. Kev's problems included. A very commercial-sounding American band have their work reviewed... No i/views, but a very interesting read.

- Paul Rance, Peace & Freedom, No. 2, Summer 1985

Catch 22 Issue 12

More charts - I do like audience participation. Mega editorial. Very subtle cover by Jon Barnes. 1984 in retrospect - brilliantly done, although I don't agree with all the comments. A poem by Saboteur stuffs Noraid - great... I better watch my letterbox now. Reviews shorter this issue, due to lack of space, no doubt. Captain (every girl's hearthrob) Chaos and Ivor The Anarchist cartoons. I/views with Shakers, Great Bone and The Four-A-Day men (like the Marlowesque build-up) and A Desire. Hilarious worm exposé. What's it all about? Buy the mag.

- Paul Rance, Peace & Freedom, No. 2, Summer 1985



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