The Tapezine Matrix

Introduction
Outline History
Timeline
Reviews

Tapezines

A History of Dr Who
Dr. Who: Tapezine
Zero Room
Wotan
The Logopolitan
UNIT Tapezine
Trakenites' Times
The Time Listener
CVE Tapezine
Sonic Waves
Renegade
The Master Tape
Tranquil Repose
Spectrox
CT of Death
Rayphase Shift
Time Trace
Season Specials
Doctor Who 2000
Spotlight
Other Tapezines

Tapezine Matrix.co.uk

Email Tapezine Matrix
Visitor Feedback
End Credits
What's New?

The Tapezine Matrix is researched, written, designed, maintained and Copyright Alan Hayes.

Doctor Who is Copyright BBC Television. No attempt to infringe the BBC's copyrights is intended.

Renegade

Place of Origin:
Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, U.K.

Editor:
S.L. Pugh

Distribution Media:
Audio Cassette

Tape Lengths:
#1: C60

In Production: 1985

Issues Produced: 1

Renegade was not a tapezine in its own right, as first and foremost it was a printed fanzine, produced by S.L. Pugh and published in May 1985. The tapezine was in fact a supplement which UK purchasers of the fanzine could acquire by sending a C60 cassette with their order for the fanzine.

An exclusive interview with Robert Holmes was included in the Renegade fanzine, with the supplemental cassette containing a supporting in-depth audio essay on 'The Holmes Era'.

It appears that Renegade did not continue beyond its debut issue in either of its forms.