Monsterpalooza Broadens Reach, Launches Magazine

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Issue #1 now on stands

In the Southern California area, Monsterpalooza is about the best genre convention you’re going to find. Now, in addition to being a terrific annual event, the Monsterpalooza brand is extended into the realm of print with a new magazine.

Published quarterly, the first issue is now available.

Here’s the lowdown on the premiere issue: Packed inside its 96 ad-free pages is Pierre Fournier’s story Dare You See It?, on the 80th Anniversary of the 1931 Frankenstein; David Gerrold (Star Trek, The Trouble With Tribbles) launches his regular column State of the Art; Anthony Taylor interviews sculptor Mike Hill; Ted Newsom contributed an in-depth career overview of the late Jimmy Sangster and his Hammer Film output; Joe Nazzaro honors the work of make-up maestro John Chambers; Jeff Baham (DoomBuggies) gives us the inside scoop on the creation of Disneyland’s The Haunted Mansion; Raymond Castile takes us to St Louis for a report on the Vincentennial; Mark Redfield and Scott Essman pay tribute to Lon Chaney and Jack Pierce, respectively; and much, MUCH MORE!

Visit MonsterpaloozaMag.com for more!

Source: Ryan Turek, Managing Editor