Retrofan Magazine #7
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RetroFan features a Jaclyn Smith interview, reopens the Charlie's Angels Casebook, and visits the Guinness World Records' largest Charlie's Angels collection. Plus: an exclusive interview with funnyman Larry Storch; Captain Action, the original super-hero action figure; The Dick Van Dyke Show; a vintage interview with Jonny Quest creator Doug Wildey; a visit to the Land of Oz; the ultra-rare Marvel World superhero playset; and more fun, fab features! Featuring columns by Ernest Farino, Will Murray, Scott Saavedra, and Scott Shaw!
Date Available: 12/11/2019

BONUS REVIEW by "Doc" Schaefer

While a little outside the norm, I couldn't help but wish to offer up some commentary. This volume was tailor made for me. First and foremost Jaclyn Smith was my Angel. Her tragic back story involving being locked in a dark closest and having her doll taken away just added to her mystery. Sure Farrah had the beauty and Kate had the brains, Kelly Garrett had both and while having the trading cards and a few other trinkets, I was absolutely floored by the images of the world's largest Charlie's Angel collection. Although I will admit to being a little disappointed in none of the pictures showing the Jaclyn Smith collage poster that I was denied as a young man back in the day as one of the tiny pictures in the poster was that of Kelly in her white bikini which my mother thought would upset my grandmother when she would visit. But throw in the original Captain Action, the Dick Van Dyke show, Larry Storch, and the Marvel World Playset (Yes, I had it and like many others was disturbed to find that the moving and removing of the cardboard cutouts from their plastic bases caused the bottoms to fray.) With writers like Scott Shaw! and Jack Condon, this is a magnificent roller coaster ride through my childhood. I just fear that I may have reached an age where I need my own magazine to remember my past!

I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams

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