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//Echoes//, published by Tom and Virginia Johnson as Fading Shadows Inc., was the longest running pulp fanzine. It debuted in 1982 and continued for 100 issues, until 1998. //Echoes// continued for another 76 issues as a monthly "newszine."
===Background===
>>{{image class="center" alt="Echoes" url="images/wiki-images/echoesfanzine.jpg" }}**//Echoes//**
**Publisher:** Fading Shadows Inc.
**Publication range:** April 1982-December 2004>>The fanzine first appeared in April 1982 with a special issue titled "The Bloody Seven," including Tom Johnson, Jack Deveny, Don Hutchison, Frank Hamilton, Robert Sampson, Earl Kussman and Wooda N. Carr. It also included articles on [[Operator5 Operator #5]] and [[DocSavage Doc Savage]].
Four months later, issue Vol. 1, No. 1 appeared and featured contributions from Sampson, Carr, Will Murray and others. Articles ranged from [[BlackBatThe The Black Bat]] and [[SpiderThe The Spider]] to [[PhantomDetectiveThe the Phantom]] and [[DocSavage Doc Savage]].
For the next 16 years, the Johnsons produced an unrivaled collection of pulp-related articles. Topics included all genres of the pulps, as well as serials, movies, old time radio, comic books and other pulp-related topics.
In 1998, the fanzine morphed into a monthly "newszine," similar to Bill Thom's [[http://www.pulpcomingattractions.com Coming Attractions website]].
When Tom and Virginia Johnson "retired" in December 2004, //Echoes// had reached No. 176, for a total of 177 issues.
===Reference books===
During the years of the fanzine, the Johnson's Fading Shadows Inc. also published several pulp reference books:
~- //Secret Agent X//, by Tom Johnson and Will Murray
~- //The Bronze Age//, by Rick Lai
~- //Chronology of Shadows//, by Rick Lai
~- //Hero Pulp Reprint Index//, by Bill Thom
===Outside links===
~- [[http://www.geocities.com/fadingshadows1/FadingShadowsIntro.html Fading Shadows Inc.]]
~- [[http://members.cox.net/pulpreprintindex/index.html Pulp Series Character Reprint Index]]
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==Categories==
PulpFanzines


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In 1998, the fanzine morphed into a monthly "newszine," similar to Bill Thom's [[http://www.pulpcomingattractions.com Coming Attractions website]].
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In 1998, the fanzine morphed into a monthly "newszine," similar to Bill Thom's [[http://members.cox.net/comingattractions/ Coming Attractions Web site]].


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When Tom and Virginia Johnson "retired" in December 2004, //Echoes// had reached No. 176, for a total of 177 issues.
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When Tom and Virginia Johnson "retired" in December 2004, //Echoes// had reached 176 issues.


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//Echoes//, published by Tom and Virginia Johnson as Fading Shadows Inc., was the longest running pulp fanzine. It debuted in 1982 and continued for 100 issues, until 1998. //Echoes// continued for another 76 issues as a monthly "newszine."
**Publication range:** April 1982-December 2004>>The fanzine first appeared in April 1982 with a special issue titled "The Bloody Seven," including Tom Johnson, Jack Deveny, Don Hutchison, Frank Hamilton, Robert Sampson, Earl Kussman and Wooda N. Carr. It also included articles on [[Operator5 Operator #5]] and [[DocSavage Doc Savage]].
In 1998, the fanzine morphed into a monthly "newszine," similar to Bill Thom's [[http://members.cox.net/comingattractions/ Coming Attractions Web site]].
When Tom and Virginia Johnson "retired" in December 2004, //Echoes// had reached 176 issues.
During the years of the fanzine, the Johnson's Fading Shadows Inc. also published several pulp reference books:
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//Echoes//, published by Tom and Virginia Johnson as Fading Shadows Inc., was the longest running pulp fanzine. It debuted in 1982 and continued for 100 issues, until 1998. //Echoes// continued for another 76 issues as a monthly ìnewszine.î
**Publication range:** April 1982-December 2004>>The fanzine first appeared in April 1982 with a special issue titled ìThe Bloody Seven,î including Tom Johnson, Jack Deveny, Don Hutchison, Frank Hamilton, Robert Sampson, Earl Kussman and Wooda N. Carr. It also included articles on [[Operator5 Operator #5]] and [[DocSavage Doc Savage]].
In 1998, the fanzine morphed into a monthly ìnewszine,î similar to Bill Thomís [[http://members.cox.net/comingattractions/ Coming Attractions Web site]].
When Tom and Virginia Johnson ìretiredî in December 2004, //Echoes// had reached 176 issues.
During the years of the fanzine, the Johnsonís Fading Shadows Inc. also published several pulp reference books:


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**Publication range:** April 1982-December 2004>>The fanzine first appeared in April 1982 with a special issue titled ìThe Bloody Seven,î including Tom Johnson, Jack Deveny, Don Hutchison, Frank Hamilton, Robert Sampson, Earl Kussman and Wooda N. Carr. It also included articles on [[Operator5 Operator #5]] and [[DocSavage Doc Savage]].
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**Publication range:** April 1982-December 2004>>The fanzine first appeared in April 1982 with a special issue titled ìThe Bloody Seven,î including Tom Johnson, Jack Deveny, Don Hutchison, Frank Hamilton, Robert Sampson, Earl Kussman and Wooda N. Carr. It also included articles on [[OperatorFive Operator #5]] and [[DocSavage Doc Savage]].


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Four months later, issue Vol. 1, No. 1 appeared and featured contributions from Sampson, Carr, Will Murray and others. Articles ranged from [[BlackBatThe The Black Bat]] and [[SpiderThe The Spider]] to [[PhantomDetectiveThe the Phantom]] and [[DocSavage Doc Savage]].
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Four months later, issue Vol. 1, No. 1 appeared and featured contributions from Sampson, Carr, Will Murray and others. Articles ranged from [[BlackBatThe The Black Bat]] and [[SpiderThe The Spider]] to [[PhantomDetective the Phantom]] and [[DocSavage Doc Savage]].


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