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A Proposed Model of the Vulcan Heart is an interesting and relevant section of Spockanalia #1. It is reflective of two early trends in Star Trek fandom and fan creation. First, it is an example of the act of self-insertion into fanworks. In this…

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A Revisit is a unique but highly significant section of Spockanalia #2. It's existence is unique due to the timeframe in which the early issues of Spockanalia were published. Spockanalia #1 was published two weeks before the airing of Star Trek…

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Star Drek and The Free Enterprise are both fictional fan writings featured within Spockanalia #1 and Spockanalia #2. Rather than write case studies on Star Trek characters, these authors chose to write more fictional works, both with humorous intent.…

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This article in Spockanalia #1 is a study of Vulcan physiology through observation of Mr. Spock. It combines both canonical apsects witnessed in Star Trek episodes, and fan speculation on Vulcan anatomy and biology. Physiologica Vulcanensis is the…

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Lettercol is a section of the Spockanalia fanzine dedicated to displaying letters sent into the fanzine by readers. This is one of the most significant ways in which fanzines influenced early modern fandom culture. Letter sections of fanzines were…

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Filk songs are fandom folk songs. It is a musical genre closely linked to multiple fan communities including sci-fi, fantasy, and horror. Beginning in science-fi fandom in the 1950s, it is a tradition picked up by Star Trek fandom, and carried on…

Off the Top - Bulletin & Editorial -Spockanalia #1 & Spockanalia #2
Off the Top is the bulletin and editorial section of the fanzine Spockanalia. It served the dual purpose of providing Star Trek fandom news, news about the actors and other important individuals who made the series, information about the series…

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This checklist on the back cover of Spockanalia #1 is a tradition that carried over from sci-fi fanzines, and was continued by future Star Trek fanzines. Generally, an option eould be hecked by one of the editors before it was mailed or given to the…

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These print edition pages of Spockanalia #1 and Spockanalia #2 provide information as to the nature of fanzine republication. First, it is clear that Spockanalia #1 remained a very popular fanzine, as it was republished a total of six times by the…

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Promotional photo of the cast of Star Trek during the third season (1968-1969). From left to right: James Doohan, Walter Koenig, DeForest Kelley, Majel Barrett, William Shatner, Nichelle Nichols, Leonard Nimoy, and George Takei.
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