There had been a computer meltdown recently, so if you had any troubles receiving the Zine, please note Alayne.
Anyway... it's out now and extraordinary cool. Check out the excerpts:
Only The Strong Survive
A Kiefer/Lou zine
(featuring stories based on characters created by Kiefer Sutherland and Lou Diamond Phillps)
Check and Money orders to: Mkashef Enterprises PO Box 688 Yucca Valley CA 92286-0688
$25.00 US; $27.00 Canada; $30.00 Europe; $33.00 Pacific
THE OUTLAW by Gilrain ("Young Guns 2"). Sorrow for all he had lost squeezed his chest tight as moisture speckled his dirty trousers like rain. Yen Sun, his young Chinese wife and his son, Josiah Jr., were still back in New York and he knew he'd never see them again.simply because the law had decided to punish anyone associated with Billy the Kid. A tentative touch on the back of his neck made him jump. He twirled around, pistol drawn and cocked.[and] found himself staring up into the dark eyes of Jose Chavez y Chavez, the half-Mexican and half-Navajo member of what was left of their tiny group of Regulators.
QUESTIONS AND MIRACLES by Dovya Blacque ("24"). Tony couldn't help but wonder at this different Jack Bauer.Now, in the presence of this gentle, easygoing man named Mark DeSlavo, Jack Bauer had.taken that step away from what he'd been to explore who he might become. The realization floored Tony, shaking every perception he'd ever had of Jack to its foundation.
DREAMCATCHER by Theresa Kyle ("Renegades"). What are you thinking? Buster found himself wondering as he looked at the grave but handsome features. It was a bizarre thing to wonder; in his whole life he could never remember having given a damn about what anybody else was thinking. But now, all of a sudden, it mattered. He wanted to crawl inside Hank's mind, read his thoughts. It was more than a craving for friendship-it was a craving for closeness, for...intimacy.
INTO THE DARK by Mystic Angel ("Eye of the Killer"/"First Power"). Prick, Mickey thought as he forced his tired legs to tackle the steps once more. So, this is what fame and glory gets me. Here I am, the hero of the Jabberwocky case, the guy who single-handedly rid the city of a serial killer who disappeared years ago, only to resurface, leaving another random trail of bloody victims to confound and embarrass the brass at police headquarters because there was nothing to tie the murders together. I step in, finger none other than my former lieutenant, but also the husband of my ex-wife, and almost get myself killed in the process. I was even attacked by a haunted house, for Christ's sake, and what's my reward? A minor promotion and the honor of being saddled with a royal pain in the ass named Russell Logan.
KNOCKING ON HEAVEN'S DOOR by Dovya Blacque ("Young Guns 2"). Doc huffed an ironic laugh. "There's something I've never done, Chavez. Out of all the running and stealing and shooting and killing. Out of all that, there's one thing, one thing I hear is pretty amazing, that I've never done."
"My friend," Chavez breathed. "What is it?" The question was stressed but soft, pressing yet generous.
Doc laughed again, nervously this time. "Not that I haven't had women," Doc said softly, embarrassment in every word. "I have. Whores. You know. But it's not that."
PAINTED DESERT by Gilrain ("Renegades"). Hank Storm. The name lingered in his mind like the lyrics of a song that refused to stop playing. It was amazing how much he missed the laconic young man and how sharp the sting of his loss had become. The bitter cold of this Philadelphia winter was nothing compared to the frozen desolation of his heart that even his recent promotion to detective had failed to thaw.
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