Bill Kunkel

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(1950 -- September 4, 2011)

Fan artist Bill Kunkel's artwork consisted of satirical cartoons. He was married to fellow fan Charlene Kunkel and later Laurie Yates-Kunkel. He was a contributor to Trap Door and other fanzines.

He also co-founded the first magazine devoted to video and computer games, Electronic Games. Kunkel worked as a game designer, a comic book writer, and professional cartoonist. The Kunkel Awards for video game journalism are named after him.

Kunkel Awards (IA)

Fanzines and Apazines:


Person Search: Fanac, Fan, Pro, SFE, Wikipedia, Reasonator 19502011

Also involved: - Don't Make Me Laugh - Energumen - FAPA - Snap - Spanish Inquisition

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