DEAD IN SAN DIEGO: BETTY BRODERICK, $13, 5½” x 7”, Laserjet, 16 pgs.

There are so many forgotten murder trials that were such impactful moments in the lives of many of us Southern Californians. The ones we do remember involve annoying serial killers like Richard Ramirez, who was that annoying kid who thought he was hard because he listened to Slayer. Unless you were a little older in the ’80s (or alive), you won’t remember Betty Broderick’s murder trial on TV, especially in San Diego. This offshoot of Dead in Hollywood gives a great recount of the moments of Betty Broderick and her train of thought before and after she killed her ex-husband and his wife. A hero to many a pissed wife, and a maniac to most, it’s nonetheless interesting to read about the incident. Jump into this intense zine now… or else! –Iggy Nicklbottum (Castroburger, instagram.com/deadinhollywoodzine)