Monday, May 25, 2015

DO NOT FORGET THOSE WHO HAVE FALLEN


=- In Memory of -=
"Snake" Navroth
(1922-2014)
Army Air Force
320th Bomb Squadron
90th Bomb Group "Jolly Rogers"

Thursday, May 21, 2015

CREEPS NO. 3 DUE IN JUNE -- NO. 4 COVER SNEEK PEEK


The latest in horror comics anthologies, THE CREEPS, has announced its third issue will be shipped on schedule next month. By all indications, this snappy comics magazine "in the Warren tradition" is being well-received by readers thus far.

This issue's cover is by Frazetta (shown above), and the cover for issue #4 (shown below) is by Sanjulian.Warren tradition indeed!





Monday, May 18, 2015

NEW DVD RELEASES


Shown here are images from the latest batch of discounted DVD releases advertised from the folks at OLDIES.com. Many are from the "print-on-demand" Warner Archives Collection and various re-issues from other companies. Oldies is very monster friendly and carries a full line of monster 'zines, books, movies and other items of interest to monster fans.










Saturday, May 16, 2015

HELP KEEP 'THE LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS' OPEN

LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS #34 Front Cover by Mark Maddox.

We just got the announcement from Jim Clatterbaugh that the next issue of MONSTERS FROM THE VAULT #34 will be the last. Now comes an appeal from Richard Klemensen to help keep his magazine, LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS, from suffering a similar fate.

Ironically, the newest issue of Klemensen's 'zine is also #34 and features the Hammer version of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. Those of you who are familiar with LSOH know that it will be 100 pages full of jam-packed, chewy monster goodness.

Klemensen faces the same challenge that every other publisher of an independent print magazine does ... how to stay relevant -- and viable -- in the digital age. I think I've made it clear here at MONSTER MAGAZINE WORLD that I am a firm believer in the tradition of the print magazine. Digital is good, but print is better, IMHO, and I much prefer the overall experience of holding in my hand a printed book or magazine.

On his webpage, Klemensen asks: "Support Little Shoppe of Horrors!  In this changing age for print magazines, we need your support more than ever.  We’d like to give you many more issues filled with interesting articles and in-depth interviews.  We've been at it for 42 years.  Help us go on for a few more!"

If you've never had the pleasure of reading an issue of LSOH, now is the time to do it. Here is the contents of the latest issue, now available HERE.


Here is a printable order form for back issues:


Here are the back and inside cover images:

LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS #34 Back Cover by Neil Vokes.
LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS #34 Inside Front Cover by Adrian Salmon.
LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORROR #34 Inside Back Cover by Paul Watts.
Help keep this great magazine alive -- support LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS!

Friday, May 15, 2015

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