stargate sg-1 foundations | issue 7 description
- rated from G - R
- 8.5" x 11" full size fanzine
- cover not available for viewing yet
- 200+ pages of text, AGaramond 12pt font
- double columns, 1/2" margins
- perfect binding
- cardstock full color cover and backing
Currently sold out with Pyramids Press. Reprints are currently not available.
Eyes of Blue | written by Nancy Richardson
"Carter, we're on another planet. We fight alien creatures that use humans as hosts and real live pieces of Lego that chew metal. Never mind the fact that a few months ago, Daniel was a glowy white cloud. I think a little eye color change is not an impossibility."
Betrayed | written by JoaG
Okay, the Goa'uld who'd delicately stepped out of the woods and was staring at him with hatred in her eyes definitely knew where he was from. There were too many for him to try and shoot his way out of this situation. From the corner of his eye, he saw Itirah scuttle away, going back the way they'd come. He was pretty sure the man wasn't running for help. For a moment he hoped that Jack hadn't listened to him and had followed him here after all, but he was fairly sure his friend hadn't. So the only choice he had left was to try and talk his way out of the situation. But before he could open his mouth, someone else spoke.
"He requires being dead."
Over A Barrel | written by Travelling One
There was nowhere to take cover and sneak in unobserved, so Jack motioned Daniel and Carter to stay behind while he and Teal'c quietly made their way around to the front of the compound.
The sight before them froze them in their tracks.
Time Out Of Mind | written by RedByrd
Daniel didn't even have time to nod. The memories seemed to surface easily, without conscious prompting. He flashed on the wrapped body being sent through the Stargate, but wrenched his thoughts back to the present before he could be thrown into another of these hellacious flashbacks. "We killed him, too," Daniel said.
Off-Key | written by Yum@
All this time, Daniel had concentrated on the Anubis enemy Teal'c talked about. He still couldn't remember much about him. However, from Teal'c's sober account, Daniel felt instinctively this was a being that must be stopped at all costs. Perhaps that's why Daniel had felt so driven to break whatever rules he'd broken. Perhaps that was why he'd taken the chance. Let the greater threat to the many override what he thought was the minor needs of the one--himself. He'd comforted himself with that thought the entire time he was hiding in the ship, thinking furiously on how to get Jonas out. So what if he couldn't remember much about his life? There was a greater and more pressing issue at hand.
Also stories from Devra, JJunky, Kiva, Babs, Sheila Paulson and many more! Over 220 pages.