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MONSTER MAGAZINE NO.3 By Vance Capley
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Monster Magazine, the retro horror/comic magazine, contains film reviews, comics, and monsters…lots of monsters! The magazine covers material from 1972 and back. Famous Monsters of Film Land,... More > Eerie, Creepy, and Nightmare are just a few magazines of “yester-fear” which serve as inspiration for Monster Magazine.< Less
Monster Magazine NO.1 Budget Edition By Vance Capley
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Monster Magazine, the retro horror/comic magazine, contains film reviews, comics, and monsters...lots of monsters! This is the super cool budget edition...same great magazine, but at a lower price!
1313 Magazine "The Phantom Monster Show" #2 By O'Neal Pignani & Shohanna Pignani
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1313's 2nd kreepy-krawly spooked-out installment features a blood-curdling retro monster style front cover and section header's by mad monster-maker David Hartman from Sideshowmonkey.com. Plus, a... More > back cover by Unkle Pigors from Toxictoons.com. Kreature Features include; The last part to Rob Zombies bone-chilling interview, the spookmaster David Hartman talks about making monsters, madmen and other things that go bump in the night, lords of the Psychobilly scene Mad Sin, the king of hotrod building George Barris, Page 13 kasket kutie Miss Eva Von Slut w/ The Munster Koach, LA's very own spook shop Halloween Town, production designer TyRuben Ellingson & story board artist Simeon Wilkens talk about working on Hellboy the movie, horror noir comic book creator/writer Steve Niles, putting the "fun" back into funeral's with Gein and the Graverobbers, a gal-eerie of special guest 1313 pin-up's & movie monsters, plus other tales of terror that will give you nightmares for a week!< Less
MONSTER MAGAZINE NO.5 BUDGET EDITION By Vance Capley
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Monster Magazine issue 5 is all about the BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN...was it the greatest horror film of all time? Read a point/counterpoint discussion, a classic Frankenstein comic from Dick Briefer, a... More > new Slim Comic by Slim Carody and Vance Capley, and art and cover by Ricky Blalock< Less
MONSTER MAGAZINE NO.4 BUDGET EDITION By Vance Capley
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We bid you welcome to our Dracula issue of Monster Magazine! Read about Bela Lugosi, Christopher Lee, and John Carradine as Dracula! Read about some of Bela Lugosi's Monogram movies from cinema past!... More > A fang-tastic interview with Dr. Jeff Thompson! Horror Host of the Month Dr. Lucifur! And comics by Slim Carody and Rob X. Roman! Monster Magazine #4 sports a great cover by Ricky Blalock, with articles by Dave Goode, Vance Capley, David Walker, Wayne Judge, and Johann Schmidt< Less
The Monster Men By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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The Monster Men is a science fiction novel written by Edgar Rice Burroughs in 1913 under the working title "Number Thirteen." It first appeared in print under the title of "A Man... More > Without a Soul" in the November, 1913 All-Story Magazine, and was first published in book form in hardcover by A. C. McClurg in March, 1929 under the present title. It has been reissued a number of times since by various publishers. The first paperback edition was issued by Ace Books in February, 1963.< Less
The Monster Men By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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The Monster Men is a 1913 science fiction novel written by American author Edgar Rice Burroughs under the working title "Number Thirteen". It first appeared in print under the title of... More > "A Man Without a Soul" in the November, 1913 issue of All-Story Magazine, and was first published in book form in hardcover by A. C. McClurg in March, 1929 under the present title. It has been reissued a number of times since by various publishers. The first paperback edition was issued by Ace Books in February 1963.< Less
The Metal Monster By E. K. Jarvis
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THE METAL MONSTER: What was this fantastic giant machine that strode out of the sea, and what was its weird mission? MYSTERY OF THE LOST RACE: It was an incredible secret Renault was trying to... More > reveal when a mysterious death struck him down. E. K. Jarvis was a house name used by Ziff-Davis Publishing Company for its pulp magazine line including Amazing Stories and Fantastic Adventures. A house name is a pen name which the publishing company used to hide the identities of numerous writers. Known to have appeared under this house name were Robert Bloch, Harlan Ellison, Paul W. Fairman, Robert Silverberg, Henry Slesar, and Robert Moore Williams. The author(s) of the two stories appearing in this book are unknown.< Less
This Magazine is Haunted By Bill Molno
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This Magazine is Haunted was a horror comic originally published by Fawcett between 1951 and 1953. Running 14 issues, it was the first of Fawcett's supernatural line; a string of titles which... More > included Beware! Terror Tales, Worlds of Fear, Strange Suspense Stories, and Unknown Worlds. After Fawcett ceased publication, This Magazine is Haunted was sold to and published by Charlton Comics from 1954 to 1958.Along with many other titles of a similar vein, This Magazine is Haunted came under fire during the anti-comics backlash of the early fifties (although generally speaking, its content wasn't quite as visceral as its rivals). Ironically, this was not the reason for the title's cancellation; Fawcett dropped its entire comics line in 1953, largely as a result of an industry-wide sales slump and a long-running legal battle with DC Comics. Fawcett sold most of its properties to Charlton Comics in 1954, a deal which included the four horror titles.< Less
This Magazine is Haunted By Sy Moscowitz
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This Magazine is Haunted was a horror comic originally published by Fawcett between 1951 and 1953. Running 14 issues, it was the first of Fawcett's supernatural line; a string of titles which... More > included Beware! Terror Tales, Worlds of Fear, Strange Suspense Stories, and Unknown Worlds. After Fawcett ceased publication, This Magazine is Haunted was sold to and published by Charlton Comics from 1954 to 1958.Along with many other titles of a similar vein, This Magazine is Haunted came under fire during the anti-comics backlash of the early fifties (although generally speaking, its content wasn't quite as visceral as its rivals). Ironically, this was not the reason for the title's cancellation; Fawcett dropped its entire comics line in 1953, largely as a result of an industry-wide sales slump and a long-running legal battle with DC Comics. Fawcett sold most of its properties to Charlton Comics in 1954, a deal which included the four horror titles.< Less

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