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  • Agent With Style
    With the holidays right around the corner, don t forget your fannish friends! Give them a GIFT CERTIFICATE from Agent With Style. Let them pick out the zines
    Message 1 of 3 , Dec 3, 2007
      With the holidays right around the corner, don't forget your fannish
      friends! Give them a GIFT CERTIFICATE from Agent With Style. Let them pick
      out the zines they want and you get all the thanks without worrying that you
      might have bought them a zine they already have.

      A gift certificate in any amount, with a message from you, can be e-mailed
      right to their mailbox on any date you choose, ready to be redeemed. Or we
      can mail a gift certificate to you so that you can present it in person.

      To give the gift of zines, keychains, jewelry or totebags, come to our
      website at www.agentwithstyle.com and click on "Gift Certificate" at the top
      of the page.

      We're still collecting Coke reward codes, so please keep sending them in to
      zines(at)agentwithstyle.com. Thanks!

      Agent With Style
      * www.agentwithstyle.com. *

      The following zines have been added to our website today:


      * MacGyver *


      Being able to escape a locked room and take down the bad guys with a
      rubberband, a piece of gum and a turkey baster is a MacGyverism at its best,
      and no one can pull a rabbit out of hat better than MacGyver himself. A
      laid-back genius who can take ordinary objects and make extraordinary things
      out of them, he's a spy like no other. Come join some of the best authors
      in this fandom for some fantastic tales, and maybe you'll discover a few
      MacGyverisms of your own!


      * Multimedia *


      Collected from the various multimedia zines published by Neon Rainbow
      Press and put into a single zine, here are all the World War II stories from
      such fandoms as The Dirty Dozen, Combat, Hogan's Heroes, Jericho and Rat
      Patrol, gathered into one collection. With stories by such authors as Susan
      Asselin, Valerie DeVries, Brate and Cheryl Benson, this is a must-have zine!


      * Quantum Leap *


      Collected from the various multimedia zines published by Neon Rainbow
      Press and put into a single zine, here are all the Quantum Leap stories
      gathered for your reading enjoyment. With stories by such authors as Cheryl
      Benson, Lynn Gill and Christine Wirick, you won't want to miss this zine!


      * Real Ghostbusters *

      THE HOPE

      From the pen of the amazing Sheila Paulson comes a fascinating fantasy
      novel where an unconventional transition between dimensions brings the
      Ghostbusters to a world that once held elves and wizards, but now is engaged
      in a 500-year-old war with kobolds, a vicious race subject to fits of
      uncontrolled rage. An old friend of Ray's is not all he seems. Can the
      Ghostbusters prevent an all-out war that would destroy the Land? And why is
      one of the enemy a blood brother of the king's son? Will the team ever be
      able to return home? This story is set in the same universe as ANACHRONISM
      and NEXUS (also available from Agent With Style), and reunites the
      Ghostbusters with New York cop Sean Kelly and his partner. Don't miss it!


      Sixty seconds. One minute. A lot could happen in sixty seconds. The
      "Walk/Don't Walk" sign in a major city could go through a complete cycle. A
      man could be waiting for the most opportunue moment of the cycle and begin
      to cross the street. A car could come out of nowhere and hit him. His body
      could hit the pavement just as the sign flashed to "Don't Walk" again. In
      sixty seconds, it could happen. And in sixty seconds, Peter Venkman's life
      changes radically as it happens to him. In this spellbinding novel written
      by Audrey Lynne, when Peter is injured, his recovery -- and the journey it
      takes him and his friends on -- means the Ghostbusters' lives might never be
      the same again.


      * The Sentinel *


      For the first time in print, these slash stories from the various My
      Mongoose e-zines represent the best of the best, and will hold you to the
      very last page. From such amazing authors as Angelise, Rogue, Lisa,
      Duncan's Twin, J.M. Griffin, Akablonded, Scribe and many others, come see
      what trouble Jim and Blair have stumbled into this time!


      * Star Trek (TOS) *

      DARK FIRE 2

      With stories that revel in the dark fire within us all, this slash
      zine, with a gorgeous cover by T'Guess, contains several tales that use the
      theme of "the dark meld" between Kirk and Spock, while other stories take
      some truly fascinating looks at the darker or kinkier side of K/S. Don't
      miss this edgy, enthralling zine!


      This fascinating zine is a collection of stories written by J.M. Lane
      which delve into the feelings of love and friendship between Kirk, Spock,
      McCoy, Christine Chapel and Uhura. Crafted with care and deftly plotted,
      these tales show a Spock who is more open with his feelings, at least in
      private -- though in public, he is still very much a Vulcan at heart and
      acts as such. Don't miss this amazing zine!


      In a kaleidoscope, colored fragments are reflected and refracted to
      produce patterns that constantly change, yet are always eye-catchingly
      beautiful. In this wonderful Kirk/Spock zine, you'll find stories that do
      the very same thing -- take one Human and one Vulcan and mix, to delightful

      T'HY'LA 27

      Gene Roddenberry, father of all things Trek, coined the term t'hy'la,
      which can mean friend, blood brother, lover and soul mate. The stories in
      this slash zine cover all those meanings in one way or another, as Kirk and
      Spock learn how much they mean to one another.


      * Starsky and Hutch *


      Collected from the various multimedia zines published by Neon Rainbow
      Press and put into one zine, here are all the Starsky and Hutch stories in
      one spot, for your reading enjoyment. With stories by wonderful authors K.
      Hanna Korossy, Maria Farina, Mary L. Millard, Londa Pfeffer, Katie Steuer
      and many others, come see what the two cops from Bay City are up to now!

      Agent With Style
      * www.agentwithstyle.com. *

      Dozens of fandoms. Thousands of zines.
      Check us out!

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    • Agent With Style
      Our next con is MediaWest*Con in Lansing, MI, on May 27-30, 2011. The deadline for pre-con orders is 11:59 pm on May 18, 2011. Send your orders in now and add
      Message 2 of 3 , May 15, 2011
        Our next con is MediaWest*Con in Lansing, MI, on May 27-30, 2011.

        The deadline for pre-con orders is 11:59 pm on May 18, 2011.

        Send your orders in now and add to them as we add new zines! We hope to see
        everyone at the con!

        * www.agentwithstyle.com *

        Here are the newest zines added to our website, with many more to follow:


        * Stargate SG-1 *


        When Daniel Jackson dies during the events of "Reckoning," Jack O'Neill
        impatiently waits for him to return, as he always has in the past. But it
        never happens - and finally the general accepts his friend's passing and
        leaves the SGC to retire for good and spend the remainder of his life in his
        isolated cabin in Minnesota, alone.

        Two years later, a child, badly traumatized and not capable of speaking, but
        strangely familiar, walks through the gate. He is carrying a message of
        great importance, but before he can reveal it, he has to get beyond his deep
        fears and find his way back to life. Jack O'Neill takes the boy home to
        Minnesota where the two of them slowly bond and find a way to heal
        themselves. A straying horse is their only companion, and together the
        little family is on the search for peace and answers... Written by
        Annejackdanny, this engaging gen novel tells a deeply moving tale of pain
        and fear slowly but surely being overwhelmed by love, and of Jack and Daniel
        learning to reconnect on whole new level. Don't miss this amazing zine!

        All sales after print costs are being donated to the Red Cross to aid in
        recovery for the survivors of the tsunami that devastated Japan. So, buy a
        zine you'll love and help out someone in need at the same time!


        * White Collar *


        "White Collar" is about the unlikely partnership of a con artist and an FBI
        agent who have been playing cat and mouse for years. Neal Caffrey, a
        charming criminal mastermind, is finally caught by his nemesis, FBI Agent
        Peter Burke. When Neal escapes from a maximum-security prison to find his
        long-lost love, Peter nabs him once again. Rather than returning to jail,
        Neal suggests an alternate plan: he'll provide his criminal expertise to
        assist the Feds in catching other elusive criminals in exchange for his
        eventual freedom. Initially wary, Peter quickly finds that Neal provides
        insight and intuition that can't be found on the right side of the law. And
        the enthralling gen stories in this zine show the begrudging but growing
        respect each man has for the other at the beginning of their partnership, as
        well as the doubt and fear that might spell the end of it.

        "Define Partner" by Peggy Hartsook -- Just what defines a partnership?
        Words or deeds? A difficult case tests the idea for Peter and Neal.

        "One Year, Twelve Days and Two Hours" by Catherine Schlein -- There are
        times you remember with great joy, and moments you wish you could forget.
        The team remembers the loss of one of their own, but things are not always
        as they seem. A surprising turn of events brings a change.

        "The Crime Meridian" by Pamela Smith -- Stolen maps lead Neal and Peter on
        a merry chase for a master thief with murder and mayhem along the way.

        "A Tour with Organized Crime" by Peggy Hartsook -- Peter is sent upstairs to
        take lead on the Organized Crime Team and all does not go well. That team
        is in disarray and Peter finds the job very difficult -- and dangerous.
        Peter's team, and Neal, in particular, find it frustrating not to have their
        leader around -- and wonder if he will be allowed to return.

        "Of Time Spent in a City Different" by Catherine Schlein -- Neal's four
        years are up with the FBI, and with Peter heading a new team, Neal finds
        himself questioning what he should do. It is, ultimately, that time when he
        must decide: Con or Man. And he finds he can't do it in New York.

        "A Life for a Life" by Mary C. Jodziewicz -- When Peter goes missing, it is
        up to Neal and the rest of the team to find him. The question is, who took
        him and why? Can they find him in time?

        "The Road That Might Have Been" by Catherine Schlein -- Some junior grade
        forgeries lead Peter and Neal to a murdered con man and ultimately into an
        undercover sting. Burke has his Seven, but Neal has a Brotherhood. Peter
        learns of Neal's past and Neal is forced to face memories he'd just as soon


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