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WHOOSH #04

Release Date: January 1, 1997
Printed pages: 105 pages at 56 lines per page

Note from the Editor: DOES 'THE TITANS' REALLY GET ANY BETTER OVER REPEATED RELEASES?, BEST OBSESSIVE MOMENT OF THE PAST MONTH, and more
Letters to the editor: Reacting to Death, Sins of the Past, Dreamworker, Questions, etc.
Credits

Disclaimer: "No member of the board will be personally responsible for any action done by said board members at the January 12th 1997 Xena Convention in Burbank, California."



WHOOSH #05
The First Xena/Hercules Convention Commemoration Issue

Release Date: February 1, 1997
Printed pages: 129 pages at 56 lines per page

Note from the Editor: CONVENTION MANIA!!!, BANNED IN INDIANA & WHOOSH'S FIRST CONTEST, BEST OBSESSIVE MOMENT OF THE PAST MONTH, and more
Letters to the editor: Xena's family tree, The Kiss, Callisto, CD review, Remember Nothing, Titans, IAXS at the Convention, and more
Credits

Disclaimer: "No convention details were left undescribed except for some riveting 'I went to the restroom with Hudson Leick' stories."



WHOOSH #06

Release Date: March 1, 1997
Printed pages: 90 pages at 56 lines per page

Note from the Editor: RESCUING GABRIELLE, GABRIELLE RESCUING, and more
Letters to the editor: All Convention issue, and more
Credits

Disclaimer: "No Bacchae were mistaken for the wrong type of vampire in this issue."



WHOOSH #07

Release Date: April 1, 1997
Printed pages: 102 pages at 56 lines per page

Note from the Editor: HOW CAN WE BE SO CRUEL ON APRIL FOOL'S DAY?, AFTER YOU HAVE SEEN XENA, YOU JUST CAN'T GO BACK, NEW YORK CITY XENAFEST
Letters to the editor: CHINA BEACH and XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS, Xena's Ruthlessness Avoided By Article, More Unexpected Turbulence, Ten Little Warlords, Episode Guide Appreciated, Fan Ficiton, and more
Credits

April 1997 Fool's Day Cover: All Joxer/Perdicus Issue

Disclaimer: "This issue did not require Thomas Simpson to do any fast-forwarding whatsoever. However, the New York XenaFest cannot make that claim."



WHOOSH #08

Release Date: May 1, 1997
Printed pages: 77 pages at 56 lines per page

Note from the Editor: OUR FIRST ANNIVERSARY, HOW MY THOUGHTS STRANGELY WANDER TO PERDICAS, WITHER XMR?
Letters to the editor: April Fool's Cover, Tom Simpson, a Very Special Photograph, and Chakrams, A Challenge Met! Emma Peel: Percurser to XENA?, The Redshirt Phenomena, Xena Compared to Civil War Generals, Xena: Getting A Little Genetic Help?, CHINA BEACH Remembered, NYC XenaFest and Joxer Remembered, and more
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Disclaimer: "No puritans, transcendentalists, or capitalists were harmed in the production of this magazine."



WHOOSH #09

Release Date: June 1, 1997
Printed pages: 122 pages at 56 lines per page

Note from the Editor: OUR FIRST ANNIVERSARY (the continuing saga), THE EVER-ADVANCING WHOOSH!, XENA BANNED!, THE GOOD AND THE BAD
Letters to the editor: CHAKRAM QUESTIONS, EMMA PEEL AVENGED!, A NEW FAN OF WHOOSH!, MORTALITY OF SIGNIFICANT OTHERS, XENA: A DEMIGOD?, THE NEW WHOOSH! DESIGN, APRIL FOOL'S DAY ISSUE LIVES ON, RENEE O'CONNOR'S UNANSWERED QUESTION...ANSWERED!, WHOOSH! A JOURNAL THAT DOES NOT BOOTLICK
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Disclaimer: "The rumor that WHOOSH! has changed its name to the "R.J. Stewart Fan Club Newsletter" has been successfully quashed, however, the one about Gabrielle having a baby when she was 8 is still going strong."



WHOOSH #10

Release Date: July 1, 1997
Printed pages: 165 pages, at 55 lines per page

Note from the Editor: COMMON KNOWLEDGE?
Letters to the editor: RJ STEWART INTERVIEW, XENA: FEMINIST ICON, RJ STEWART: AGENT OF EVIL?, GABRIELLE: CHOPPED LIVER?, JOXER, XENA: A WARRIOR BORN OR MADE?, XENA'S DESTINY, CHANGING TIMES, MORE DISGRUNTLED READERS UNDISGRUNTLED READERS!, DISGRUNTLED & UNDISGRUNTLED AT THE SAME TIME, CHINA BEACH REVISITED AGAIN!, HAPPY ANNIVERSARY
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Disclaimer: "No graphics editors were harmed during the production of this issue, although one was a near casualty as he rifled through some Gillian Anderson in her undies pictures for this issue. We have fears he may not make it through the Special All-Amazon issue coming up. We invite your prayers and your show of support that he may survive this upcoming ordeal."



WHOOSH #11

Release Date: August 1, 1997

Note from the Editor: Sci-Fi Universe, I Knew It Well
Letters to the editor: KEVIN SMITH INTERVIEW, ROBERT FIELD INTERVIEW, BIG STRONG TV WOMEN, BABEWATCH B.C.? WE THINK NOT, THE GABRIELLE SCROLLS, EDITORIAL: COMMON KNOWLEDGE?, RJ STEWART: THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY, CHAKRAM LIVES!, ON-LINE EPISODE GUIDE, GOOD OLD-FASHIONED KUDOS
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Disclaimer: No editors were harmed in this issue, but there is one that definitely needs a vacation.



WHOOSH #12
The All Amazon Issue

Release Date: September 1, 1997

Note from the Editor: 12th issue insanity
Letters to the editor: Shock Of Recognition, Steven Sears Interviews Himself, Hudson Leick, Whoosh!: Xenatainment Weekly!, Male Intrusion, Perdicus Lives!, Changing Times, XENA Scrolls Date Switcheroo, XENA FAQ Kudos
Credits

Disclaimer: No buzzards were harmed in the making of the Amazon headresses, only three wonderbras failed, and no beads were made in centaur sweatshops.



WHOOSH #13
First Anniversary Issue

Release Date: October 1, 1997
Printed pages: 167 pages at 55 lines per page

Note from the Editor: YEAR ONE AND STILL STANDING, WHAT IS IT ABOUT THIS SHOW?, THANK YOU RENEE O'CONNOR!, FOLLOW UP ON PARTY MONTH: SEPTEMBER, and more!
Letters to the editor: AMAZONS!!!!, HAPPY ANNIVERSARY, DANIELLE CORMACK INTERVIEW, JODIE DORDAY INTERVIEW, KUDOS, ANNOYING EDITORIAL POLICIES, XENA AND ZEUS, THE PRICE, ROBERT FIELD INTERVIEW
Credits

Disclaimer: During the past year: The Editor-in-chief was not treated for "exhaustion", though she did undergo several hair revisions; No HTML Coders shouted "I miss UNIX!!"; The Assistant Editors didn't stage a coup, although they were bribed a few times; Researchers never faked a fact in broad daylight; The Heavy Lifter didn't wear a truss; The Xenaica Administrator was never seen reading MAD Magazine; The WebMaster never left a mark on the Whipping Boy; The Keeper of the FAQ was never caught watching "Plan 9 From Outer Space"; The Gossip Columnist was never seen in a shirt with sleeves; The Art Director never doodled in crayon on the walls; The Proofreader never said, "let's leave it PottyDia and see if they notice"; No one ever proved that the "Joxer Virus" was the fault of the Assistant to the Editor-in-Chief; and the Assistant to the Token Guy never spilled the coffee.



WHOOSH #14

Release Date: November 1, 1997
Printed pages: 184 pages

Note from the Editor: Stacey Robillards First Editorial
Letters to the editor: A Trip to Greece, The Quest Update, Alternative Captions, The Interviews, Xenites in Portugal, Questions, Kudos

Disclaimer: No DELIVERERS from Khrafstar's Pizzaria were harmed in the making of this journal, however the Gabrielle Stonehenge Roasted Pizza was a bit over-"done".



WHOOSH #15

Release Date: December 1, 1997
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Note from the Editor: From Stacey Robillard: The New Season; From Bret Rudnick: Not The Sincerest Form Of Flattery
Letters to the editor: Thoughts from Down Under, Hercules Addition to Episode Guide, Xensorship?, Wondering about the Rape of Gabrielle, Scorecard on the Season Thus Far, On the Road at WarriorCon, XWP and Scream Hudson Leick Interview, Update to Brunhilde's Daughters, THE DEBT's Debt to Hong Kong, Conan Fantasies, Closet Xena Watchers

Disclaimer: [We lost the record! If oyu have it, please let us know!]





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