Starlit Fireball #3

This is what I believe is the last issue of Starlit Fireball that I had to review. This issue, the one that started my love for the zine, seems so far back in my memory that I just had to read it again. Really, folks, this zine is bare bones compared to what the zine has become, especially in response to #5. This issue of Starlit Fireball is really just so spastic that it defies any sort of review, but I will try. It really has something for everyone, from Common CB Codes and Jargon to a School Survival Guide done by the mistress herself. The constant moving back and forth from handwritten text and different fonts really does a lot in breaking up the pieces and separate entities, something that really helps readers stay away from tedium in response to the zine. One very interesting piece is the games pages that she has put in this issue, which really resounds with me, as the games page was something that I always used to do with Amish Drive-By and earlier issues of NeuFutur. However, Brittanie does her games page much better than mine, and makes hers really fun. The review would have been up much sooner, but I had lost the center page of the zine, as someone doesn’t use staples. Grrrr. My own pet peeve. Send Brittanie $1 for a copy, at Brittanie McBride, 1119 N. Sinova Ct., Gilbert, AZ 85234.

Rating : 7.7/10.

Author: James McQuiston

Ph.D. in Political Science, Kent State University. I have been the editor at NeuFutur / neufutur.com since I was 15. Looking for new staff members all the time; email me if you are interested. Thanks!

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