Wednesday, June 30, 2021


Available for pre-order from various online sellers for later this summer are two new items for your collection -- a Vampirella art print and a new cast resin Triceratops figure from ONE MILLION YEARS B.C.

Vampirella Fine Art Print by Sun Khamunaki LIMITED EDITION:

“I’m a mystery.”

We present the Vampirella Fine Art Print by artist Sun Khamunaki. 

The bloodsucking bombshell rises by moonlight to delight and terrify in this dazzling composition. Direct from planet Drakulon, Vampirella gestures seductively as a delicate bat accompanies on her search for human blood. The vampiric vixen’s dark hair flows and flutters in the night as skulls and shadows swirl around her, set against the starry blue sky.

Originally created as a retailer exclusive variant cover for Vampirella #9 (2019), written by Christopher Priest for Dynamite, this stunning illustration is now available as collectible horror wall art for fans. Each Vampirella Fine Art Print features an authorized, automated artist signature and an embossed Seal of Authenticity as a part of the limited edition of 400 pieces.

Once she has you in her thrall, she won’t ever let you go! Bring home the Vampirella Fine Art Print by Sun Khamunaki for your collection today.

Product Size: 24.5" H (622.3mm) x 18" W (457.2mm)
Retail price: $94.99

The classic fantasy film One Million Years BC featured dinosaurs and other creatures brought to life by the stop-motion genius of Ray Harryhausen.

Star Ace is bringing a new version of the Triceratops to fans, this time in polyresin. The Triceratops is 40cm long and stands 17cm tall. It is sculpted to exactly recreate the original Harryhausen stop-motion model, and features a detailed, hand painted color scheme to match. It comes with a rocky terrain base and includes in-scale figures of Tumak and Loana (Not Pictured). The base pairs with the base for the Ceratosaurus figure, creating one large diorama.

Retail price: $349.99

Tuesday, June 29, 2021


Vol. 1 No. 1
April 1972
Publisher and Editor: Dale R. Broadhurst
Cover: Dale R. Broadhurst
Pages: 28
Cover price: 50 cents

Script: Ellen Balliett
Art: S. Geary; Larry Ogan

"Li'l Red"
Script: Glen D. Johnson
Art: Dale R. Broadhurst

"Perish the Thought"
Script: Jim Pinkowski
Art: Jim Pinkowski

Script: Kevin Scott Bigler
Art: Kevin Scott Bigler

Another underground comics homage to WEIRD TALES by a lesser-known artist and publisher. Includes a story by Jim Pinkowski, who published his own underground comic.

Monday, June 28, 2021


This later painting by Gogos, done in 2012 shows that he still had the stuff. Beautifully rendered, it was sold for $78,000 this last March at Heritage Auctions.

Lot Description:
Dracula by Basil Gogos (2002). Mint. Signed Original Acrylic Artwork on Canvas (30" X 40").
Painted by the great Basil Gogos in 2002, this one of a kind rendering of Bela Lugosi as Count Dracula is making its debut appearance at Heritage Auctions. Though Gogos had a long career painting everything from book covers, to fine art, and to retouching photos at United Artists, it was his work illustrating magazine covers for Famous Monsters of Filmland where he gained his greatest renown. Frankenstein's Monster, the Phantom of the Opera, the Mummy, the Wolf Man, the Gill Man, King Kong, and, of course, Bram Stoker's infamous count all became subjects of his eerie yet colorful paintings, becoming some of the publication's greatest cover images. Included with the stunning portrait of Lugosi are several signed letters from Gogos with their original mailing envelopes, photocopied concept sketches for the painting, signed prints of the painting, and a restrike photo from Dracula that Gogos used as a reference. The painting itself is flawless and shows absolutely no signs of wear or use, a dream piece for any horror collector.

Saturday, June 26, 2021


Just announced and now available for pre-order at the usual online retailers is a fantastic new "Ultimate" Wolf Man action figure from NECA Toys. Due in November to mark the 80th anniversary of the Universal film, the figure stands 7" tall (about the size of an Aurora monster model) and comes with NECA's usual array of accessories, including a remarkable likeness of Lon Chaney, Jr. as Larry Talbot. The price of the figure is in the $30 range, depending on where you order it. A worthy addition to any Universal monsters or Wolf Man collection!

Product Description
For the 70th anniversary of Universal's horror film classic, NECA is excited to reveal The Wolf Man in Ultimate action figure form!

Starring Lon Chaney Jr., 1941's The Wolf Man is critically acclaimed for Chaney's moving performance and the special effects.

The sculpt captures the human and monster sides of this complicated character with interchangeable heads, hands, and lower legs.

The figure stands in 7" scale, features the authorized likeness of Lon Chaney Jr, and also includes wolf cane, animal trap and stand accessories. Display-friendly window box packaging with opening front flap.

Product Features
7 inches (17.78cm)
Made of plastic
From the classic The Wolf Man (1941) movie
Highly detailed
Fully articulated
Features interchangeable head sculpts

Box Contents
The Wolf Man figure
3 Head sculpts
2 Pairs of lower legs
2 Pairs of hands
Extra right hand
Animal trap