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SENSITIVE EXPLOITED XENOPHOBES - C/3 (Chaosian Confusion Corps) by  I.C. (Christian Michael Boyer) Infinitus - Paperback - 1992 - from Alta-Glamour Inc. and Biblio.com

SENSITIVE EXPLOITED XENOPHOBES - C/3 (Chaosian Confusion Corps): No.1

by Infinitus, I.C. (Christian Michael Boyer)

Condition: Saddle-stapled wraps. Light shelfwear. Very good


Upland, CA: Self Published, 1992. Saddle-stapled wraps. Light shelfwear. Very good. Measuring 5.5 x 8.5". [12]pp. including covers. A xerox printed DIY zine. Clip and tiny desktop. Orgasmia's corner and other sexy things. Laid in loose a 1 page TLs from Christian Michael Boyer. Fnord.


  • Bookseller: Alta-Glamour Inc. US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 87064
  • Title: SENSITIVE EXPLOITED XENOPHOBES - C/3 (Chaosian Confusion Corps)
  • Author: Infinitus, I.C. (Christian Michael Boyer)
  • Book condition: Used - Saddle-stapled wraps. Light shelfwear. Very good
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Self Published
  • Place: Upland, CA
  • Date published: 1992
  • Product_type: Zine


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