A magazine just for monsters? Nowadays this hardly comes as a surprise. Yet, in the late 1950s, James Warren's Famous Monsters of Filmland hit the US newsstands like a bomb. Join us looking back at the origins of a cult genre magazine and the golden age of early horror film.
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Few publishers influenced the 1960s horror comics genre quite like James Warren. For almost 25 years, he published all things horror, fantasy, and scifi - smartly utilising the magazine format to avoid censorship imposed on US comic books by the Comics Code Autority. Even today Creepy, Vam...
- Thursday, July 30, 2015
- Andrea Härtlein
- Pop Culture
Our e-magazine for Japan nerds - bilderundworte magazine issue #0, revised in 2016:
Our first issue of Bilderundworte magazine also represents the beginning of a completely new turn our website took a year ago. After much discussion and the merry throwing about of countless ideas and possibilities the truth suddenly hit us: Life’s a bore! We wanted to do more stuff that w...
Our find of the day: Plop!, "The New Magazine of Weird Humor!" is a 1970s comic book anthology published by DC Comics. It’s 24 issues ran September 1973 to December 1976, featuring a strange mix of horror and humor. Basil Wolverton created a new trademark on his 1973 Plop!-#1-cover when he...