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29.04.04 How To Wear Water Around Your Neck...
08.07.04 Spiderman 'Trans-created'
15.07.04 That Kolchak Episode...
22.07.04 The Man From Hammer [Part One]
29.07.04 The Man From Hammer [Part Two]
05.08.04 How To Create An Online Sock Puppet And Get Away With It...
12.08.04 Lethal Mobile Phones
19.08.04 What's In A [Cyborg] Name?
19.08.04 Is My Next Door Neighbour A Vampire?
26.08.04 What's In A [Smurf] Name?
26.08.04 Meet Fluffy The English Vampire Slayer...
02.09.04 What's in a [Vampire] Name?
09.09.04 What's in a [Spy] Name?
16.09.04 What's in a [Pirate] Name?
23.09.04 What's in a Name Acronym?
30.09.04 What's in a [Randomly Generated] Slogan?
07.10.04 What's in a Name? - THHGG Adventure Game Issue
28.10.04 What's in a [Vampire] Name? - Part 2: The Slayer Issue
18.11.04 What's in a [Presidential] Name? - The Political Issue

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