But print fanzines didn't end with the 1960s. In fact, there were probably more printed in the 1970s than in the 60s and there were of a much higher quality than those ditto zines. Even with the Internet, there are still printed fanzines. Ditkomania is one I still get.
In that era just before the World Wide Web, I belonged to one which was one of the better ones, The Marvel Zombie Society.
Marvel Zombie Monthly #18 (December 1989) [Marvel Zombie Society]
The monthly newsletter was a little different than most as it was a cross between a typical fanzine and an (Amateur Press Association) APA. It had an extensive feedback (or comment) section.
The more than 6 pages of comments on previous articles, reviews, and previous comments was almost half this 15 page issue. That was pretty typical. If you added Readers Replies to the monthly poll, this was a chatty group.
By this time a year later, it had become the MZS-APA and that is when it really became a tight group. That's when we went to San Diego Comicon and had a lot of fun. The membership remained at 30 people even though members came and went. We even had some artists who went on to do some work for Marvel & DC.