When this particular gentleman comes calling, he may have roses in one hand, but he might just have a pulse pistol in the other hand behind his back. Avon is dark and definitely dangerous, but as his lovers find out, he is, oh, so worth the risk!

Type: slash


$21.00 (US) * $28.00 (Can/Mex) * $31.00 (overseas)
Type: gen

This zine is dedicated to Avon's darker side. Come explore the murky depths of the quicksilver-minded genius who can be in turns terrible and delightful, and often both at once. Kerr Avon, computer wizard, thief, a man who doesn't suffer fools gladly -- and yet...there is a quality to him that draws people near, sometimes to their own detriment. Don't miss this enthralling zine!


$22.00 (US) * $29.00 (Can/Mex) * $32.00 (overseas)
Type: gen

A novella by Sondra Swoigman. Sequel to Delicate Balance.


These zines reflect the darkness of this British series, but bright, sparkling moments shine through and capture your heart. These stories run the gamut from supremely silly to heartbreakingly sad to dastardly manipulation, but you always find something to fascinate you!

Type: gen; issue 2 contains one slash story


$20.00 (US) * $27.00 (Can/Mex) * $30.00 (overseas)
Type: gen

For Kerr Avon, a survivor of the debacle on Gauda Prime, death would have been far preferable to what Servalan has planned. But, even knowing the codes for her private yacht, how can he escape when the very corridors of the Federation complex that is her base -- and his eternal, luxurious prison -- are lethal to him? He knows the codes, knows the way out, and the doors are unlocked -- but he knows, too, that he cannot leave, cannot venture beyond that first door... An incredible story of courage and determination and deep loyalty, written by Susan Matthews and beautifully illustrated by Suzan Lovett, this story is disturbing, frightening and highly provocative. Not for the weak; although shockingly violent at times, it is never needlessly so. This novel unhesitatingly explores a man's deepest fears and becomes a triumph of his will, although at a terrible cost.


$23.00 (US) * $30.00 (Can/Mex) * $33.00 (overseas)
Type: gen

A must read for any Blake's 7 fan!


$18.00 (US) * $25.00 (Can/Mex) * $28.00 (overseas)
Type: gen

In Book 2 of the "Sundowner" trilogy, an intriguing sequel to Islands, (see listing below), written by Roberta Steumke, with a beautiful cover by Stephanie Stoddard, to save the rebellion, Avon must save Jenna from Sleer -- even though she has sworn to kill him if they meet again, for Blake's death. Avon's allies: a mercenary trainer on a Rim world, an information broker who's worked for the Federation, and Jenna's secretive aide. But Dayna haunts Tarrant's sleep, demanding vengeance for her death at Arlen's hands, and the increasingly telepathic pilot may drag his friends down into madness with him.


$24.00 (US) * $31.00 (Can/Mex) * $34.00 (overseas)
Type: gen

A novella by Sondra Swoigman. What happened to our intrepid rebels after the screen went black on the final, heartbreaking episode of Blake's 7? Read this and find out!


$26.00 (US) * $33.00 (Can/Mex) * $36.00 (overseas)
Type: gen

This zine contains an intriguing trio of stories by Sheila Paulson that, together, form an amazing novel that will pull you in and hold you spellbound until the last page!

"The End of Entropy" -- After Gauda Prime, survivors Avon and Vila are rescued by a disenchanted Federation officer. They retreat to the planet Aristo, where they gradually come to terms with their survival and each other. But a venture out into the galaxy to seek out Servalan leads them to someone who promptly tries to kill Avon. Can the two of them, with two rescued friends, ever find a chance of peace?

"Four-in-Hand" -- Blake, Avon, Vila and Tarrant have come to terms with each other, but they face a new threat when Servalan programs Soolin, whom she has long held captive, to believe Avon has murdered her sister. Freed, Soolin sets out to find Avon - so she can kill him.

"Clipgun" -- While visiting a planet where Blake is meeting with secret rebels, Soolin discovers a weapon in the marketplace that could only have been designed by someone well familiar with the clipguns invented by Dorian, leading the team to wonder if Dayna has survived Gauda Prime, or if the weapon is bait to lure them into yet another deadly trap.


Like two things that are completely opposite and are explosively destructive if put together, the people in the Blake's 7 universe spark and grate against each other, even while falling into bed together!

Type: slash

  • Issue 1.....$28.00 (US) * $35.00 (Can/Mex) * $38.00 (overseas)
  • Issue 2.....$23.00 (US) * $30.00 (Can/Mex) * $33.00 (overseas)
  • Issue 3.....$24.00 (US) * $31.00 (Can/Mex) * $34.00 (overseas)
  • Issue 4.....$29.00 (US) * $36.00 (Can/Mex) * $39.00 (overseas)
  • Issue 5.....$29.00 (US) * $36.00 (Can/Mex) * $39.00 (overseas)
  • Issue 6.....$29.00 (US) * $36.00 (Can/Mex) * $39.00 (overseas)
  • Issue 7.....$29.00 (US) * $36.00 (Can/Mex) * $39.00 (overseas)


    $14.00 (US) * $21.00 (Can/Mex) * $24.00 (overseas)
    Type: gen

    Blake lied. And his last secret may hold escape for the survivors of Gauda Prime -- if Avon can live with the guilt of having killed Blake, and if Jenna can reach him in time, and if Tarrant can deceive Sleer long enough to save a tragic alien child, and if Vila can steal the most incredible spaceship ever built. In Book 1 of the "Sundowner" trilogy, written by Roberta Steumke, with a lovely cover by Stephanie Stoddard, this post-Gauda Prime novel offers a unique tale that will satisfy your need for a good ending that the series never gave you!


    $23.00 (US) * $30.00 (Can/Mex) * $33.00 (overseas)
    Type: gen

    Written by Melody Clark, with a beautiful cover by Caren Parnes, this novel takes place years after the events on Gauda Prime. Blake is now president of the Refederation and Avon is his chief advisor. The close friendship between Blake and Avon is central to a story of political skullduggery that has its roots far back in the past, in Avon and Blake's childhood. Could they have known each other as teenagers and not remember? Could someone have ruthlessly played with their memories -- and their feelings? Don't miss this wonderful zine, which is continued in The Long Way Home (see zine listing below).


    $22.00 (US) * $29.00 (Can/Mex) * $32.00 (overseas)
    Type: slash

    With a gorgeous color cover by "Bossy," this sequel novel by Melody Clark picks up where The Last, Best Hope left off. Blake's government has fallen afoul of the conservative elements left over from Federation days. When made to choose choose between the welfare of his crew and his government, Blake chose his crew and consequently has had to escape from Earth into exile, all his achievements shattered. During their flight from Earth, Blake and Avon have discovered hints that their association may have been of a far longer duration than they had thought and Avon decides to follow up these hints by exploring his past. This takes them to a forsaken planet called Gondoran where once there was a Federation project called Standard Increase, and where once a small boy called Avon was being groomed, amongst others, to become the human equivalent and model for a computer which would have the capability of working as a human brain does. Now, they must wage a desperate fight against a religious fanatic conducting a holy war. Past and present combine, a battle as old as humanity commences. What could possibly be the outcome, and could love between two hard and dangerous men make any difference?


    $28.00 (US) * $35.00 (Can/Mex) * $38.00 (overseas)
    Type: het and slash

    This intriguing novel by Susan Cutter, with cover and illustrations by Val Westall, chronicles the crew's attempts to purchase food supplies for Xenon Base. Soolin is chosen to negotiate with a matriarchal society on a low-tech planet, while Avon stands as her silent bodyguard. Vila has his own adventures and meets the woman of his dreams in a local inn. Dayna stands in as the Goddess Avatar for the local religion's annual fertility ceremony, which is a more complicated process than she realizes at first, and Tarrant volunteers to be their May King. Suddenly, things go downhill rapidly and in unexpected ways, before at last coming to a surprising and satisfying conclusion. You won't want to miss this zine!


    A better collection of the best and brightest of B7 fandom can't be found! Each issue is a collectors' items!

    Type: gen

  • Issue 1.....$22.00 (US) * $29.00 (Can/Mex) * $32.00 (overseas)
  • Issue 2.....$23.00 (US) * $30.00 (Can/Mex) * $33.00 (overseas)
  • Issue 3.....$23.00 (US) * $30.00 (Can/Mex) * $33.00 (overseas)
  • Issue 4.....$26.00 (US) * $33.00 (Can/Mex) * $36.00 (overseas)
  • Issue 5.....$25.00 (US) * $32.00 (Can/Mex) * $35.00 (overseas)
  • Issue 6.....$23.00 (US) * $30.00 (Can/Mex) * $33.00 (overseas)
  • Issue 7.....$23.00 (US) * $30.00 (Can/Mex) * $33.00 (overseas)


    These digest-sized zines may be small, but they pack a huge wallop. Plenty of plot to go around, as the crews of the Liberator and Scorpio try to survive while attempting to bring the Federation to its knees!

    Type: gen


    Type: gen

    $31.00 (US) * $38.00 (Mex/Can) * $41.00 (overseas)

    Deftly crafted by Sheila Paulson, in this fascinating Blake's 7/Lord of the Rings crossover novel, Minas Tirith is besieged by orcs, Frodo approaches the walls of Mordor -- and four strangers from a distant future find themselves stranded in the heart of the Battle of the Pelennor Fields. When Avon, Tarrant, Vila and an unexpectedly surviving Blake are exiled in the past by Servalan, sparks fly! How can four men from a highly technological society blend into the simplicity of Gondor when the world hangs in the balance? What strange ability has computers given Avon that he can aid in the fight against Sauron? Will he survive it? Will anyone?


    $14.00 (US) * $21.00 (Can/Mex) * $24.00 (overseas)
    Type: gen adult

    In this intriguing novel by Jean Lorrah, Tarrant does reverse the memory tubes on Ultraworld, and Avon and Cally wake up in one another's bodies. The only means Orac can discover to sort them out is a psychosexual technique from the legends of both Earth and Auron, and the technique will work only if the participants have total trust in one another. Meanwhile, Servalan sets a trap with which she plans to seduce Avon; and Vila, with Avon in female form, finds himself drawn in a new way to 'the closest thing to a friend' he's ever had...


    $15.00 (US) * $22.00 (Can/Mex) * $25.00 (overseas)
    Type: gen

    Worlds are being destroyed, and someone is laying the blame at Liberator's door. In spite of the danger, Jenna convinces Blake to rescue the survivors of a sabotaged Federation ship, who prove very untrustworthy guests, making the ship a battleground. And then Avon slips away, against orders, and returns covered with blood, at death's door.... An intricate, tantalizingly Byzantine mystery written by Irene Stubbs, with a lovely cover by Gin Turpin.


    $28.00 (US) * $35.00 (Can/Mex) * $38.00 (overseas)
    Type: gen

    A thrilling sequel to Circles, written by Roberta Stuemke, with a sweet cover by Tama L. Beatty. Book 3, the grand conclusion of the majestic "Sundowner" trilogy. The Academy has revolted! The rebellion against the Federation will be victorious now...or be shattered forever. Word reaches the rebels, the Federation forces under Sleer, and the mysterious Leader -- and it's a race. Avon, Jenna, Tarrant, Vila and their allies must reach Earth before Sleer can rally her forces to quell the rebellion, and before the Leader can move his own pawns. But back at the Academy, the rebels have sworn to destroy Earth before they'll submit again, and they have a doomsday weapon no one expects....