Yes, that's right, 110 issues! I didn't think Australian music zines got to that many issues. This issue is the 2nd part of a 30th Anniversary Edition, which means the zine started back in 1980.
Now, as I have no prior experience of the zine, I'm finding it hard to work out if it's normally like this or not. Issue 110 is a zine "attempting to document the activity of underground and alternative bands in Adelaide and South Australia from the mid 1970's to the present day". So it's full of retrospective bios on various Adelaide bands, has a 'whatever happened to' section for people wondering what their favourite Adelaide legend is up to, an obits section, etc.
It's a fairly decent size and it has a lot of info in it, but as I said - I'm unsure if DNA is always about documenting Adelaide bands. If it is, 110 issues worth is pretty impressive! If it's just the deal for the 30th Anniversary Edition then it's a bit confusing for a casual reader (like myself) because it doesn't really have any context, it's just a bunch of information that no one will really care about unless they're fairly old and from Adelaide.
I think it could've used some pictures (not being a smartarse here, either). It's pretty dry if you don't have a clue about the Adelaide music scene, though I do love the idea of chronicling these mostly undocumented scenes. So it's a great idea but probably not really reccommended for the casual zine reader outside of South Australia.