MONSTER MAGAZINE 5 IS HERE and HERE COMES THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN

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 new Slim Comic by Slim Carody and Vance Capley, and art and cover by Ricky Blalock!

You can order your budget edition here:

MONSTER MAGAZINE NO.5 BUDGET EDITION

You can also order a limited edition signed copy of Monster Magazine no.5 mailed to you door! The signed editions of Monster magazine no.5  will only be available until May 28th at 5pm CST

Sorry, US orders only….

OLD SCHOOL MONSTER MAGAZINE

Monster Magazine, the retro horror/comic magazine, contains film reviews, comics, and monsters…lots of monsters! The magazine covers material from December 31st 1974 and back.

INFLUENCES FOR MONSTER MAGAZINE

Those great classic horror magazines of yesteryear are still inspirations to thousands of monster kids world wide. Famous Monsters of Film Land, Eerie, Creepy, and Nightmare to name a few are influences for Monster Magazine.

THE BEGINNING?

If sales go well for the first issue, Monster Magazine plans to go monthly. They are are also researching ways to lower the price by selling ads.

FOLLOW THEM ON SOCIAL MEDIA

You can find them on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MONSTERMAGAZINE/

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2 thoughts on “MONSTER MAGAZINE 5 IS HERE and HERE COMES THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN”

  1. To whom it may concern/art editor,

    If you ever need an artist/cartoonist for your magazine please keep me in mind. I grew up drawing “ monsters “ and watching the Universal Monster movies. That’s the big reason I became an artist. Please see my brief BIO below.

    I have been a professional comic book artist/illustrator for the past 32 years. I’m a graduate of the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon Art in Dover, NJ. I have worked for most major comic book companies: DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, Tokyopop, Archie Comics, American Mythology and also was a staff/lead artist for Harvey Comics from 1990-95 where I illustrated characters such as Casper the Friendly Ghost, Baby Huey, Richie Rich to name a few. In my career, I have worked on other famous licensed characters including Bullwinkle & Rocky, The Flintstones, Archie & Jughead & Jonny Quest, Laurel & Hardy and many others. In addition, I was Lead & Staff artist at JUNCO/Flamehead clothing from 2002-03. Other accomplishments include working briefly as staff artist for Jim “Garfield” Davis, teaching basic cartooning at UCLA, and having my own syndicated strip CEO Dad which ran in 12 major newspapers. I’ve also illustrated 13 children’s books and spoke at the Charles M. Schulz Museum and the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity. To see and learn more about me and my work, please check out my website: http://www.pachecotoons.com

    1. Hello Jorge!

      You stuff is FANTASTIC!!!!! Thanks for writing! Monster Magazine is just a bunch of friends getting together having fun. What little money we make with the magazine, goes into going to conventions, buying copies to sell at shows, making cards, buttons, and if we are lucky, we can get a pizza. In other words, none of us get paid to work on Monster Magazine sadly, but we have fun. Again, your work is outstanding!

      Vance Capley
      artist
      vancecapleyart.com

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