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MEDIASCENE MONSTER TIMES MONSTER WORLD MOVIEGOER

 

MEDIASCENE #35: January-February 1979, NM: Unfolded, 36 pages, size approximately 11.25 x 15 inches, Steranko's Media Overview Newspaper; Alien color cover and centerfold artwork by Moebius, In-depth 3-part look at the Alien film with plenty of interviews, photos and pre-production artwork, the syndicated Star Wars newspaper strips with art by Russ Manning - including a full page drawing of the 7 main characters, Japanese anime, Marvel's Weirdworld, Tim and Greg Hildebrandt, and the comixscene overview of the latest in Marvel and DC comic books, all wrapped up with Jim Steranko's typical polish and style (becomes Prevue). Most issues are found folded in half, which is how they shipped. This gorgeous copy is unfolded! See cover  $20

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THE MONSTER TIMES - This classic tabloid newspaper of the '70s covers the Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy genres in Film, TV and Comic Books. Each issue opens to 11.5 x 16.5 inches and is filled with photos, artwork, news, and historical information. While these issues were carefully stored, they are tabloids and the paper is showing some slight tanning (but absolutely no brittleness or browning)  from age. Even the most pristine tabloid format issues I won't grade over VF.

THE MONSTER TIMES #2: February 1972, F/VF due to a slight misfold, Special Star Trek Issue, Star Trek cast cover artwork by Gray Morrow with this same artwork expanded in the huge 3-color poster centerfold, many Star Trek articles including UK Star Trek comics, William Shatner interview, Leonard Nimoy bio, Star Trek's space gear, the ship model kits, convention news, Gene Roddenberry, "Star Drek" fumetti, and more! See covers  $27.50

THE MONSTER TIMES #20: March 1973, VF+, "20 Million Miles To Earth" with many Ray Harryhausen Ymir shots, WARP with artwork by Neal Adams, "Conqueror 1" strip by Jim Starlin and Greg Theakston (dated April 1971!), Star Trek salute with episode guide, Aurora Mr. Spock model, the classic "Keep On Trekin" color centerfold poster in the style of R. Crumb, Star Trek yellow pages (fan clubs, catalogs, fanzines, etc.), Star Trek books, "The Mask of Fu Manchu" with Boris Karloff, and more! This copy managed to withstand the test of time better than most issues I've seen! See covers  $22.50

THE MONSTER TIMES #23: June 1973, F: small dent on the top center edge, Godzilla Special Issue with coverage of the first film and its many offshoots, "King Kong vs. Godzilla," Gigantis, Mothra, Ghidrah, "Destroy All Monsters," "Godzilla vs. The Smog Monster," a Godzilla film checklist, "Rat" comic strip by Tom Sutton, color toned Godzilla photos, and more! This issue is in a more standard magazine format and does not open as a tabloid. See covers  $18

THE MONSTER TIMES #24: July 1973, F/VF due to a misfold, "Rodan" with a 3-color Rodan centerfold poster, Basil Wolverton article with artwork, Lon Chaney Jr., "Theatre Of Blood" with Vincent Price, Jim Steranko's "History of Comics," "Werewolf Goes West" comic strip by Frank Brunner, "Battle For The Planet Of The Apes," "Blood Feast," and more! See covers  $16

THE MONSTER TIMES #26: September 1973, F: dent on the bottom left corner, "Destroy All Monsters" article with a 3-color centerfold poster that reproduces the AIP one-sheet, Star Trek the Animated Series, Amazing World of Superman Museum, "The Mystery of the Wax Museum," Rondo Hatton, Destroy All Monsters parody strip by Dean Latimer, 1973 NY Comicon, and more! See covers  $18

THE MONSTER TIMES #27: October 1973, VG/F due to 2.5 inch production rips on 4 interior pages - NOT the centerfold, Special All-Vampire Issue, Forgotten Vampires of the Cinema, Esteban Maroto artwork, "Scream Blacula Scream," Bats, Bram Stoker, Christopher Lee interview, Jess Franco's "Count Dracula" with a 3-color centerfold of the movie poster preliminary artwork by Neal Adams, Bela Lugosi's latter career, comic book vampires (EC's Graham Ingels art), and more! The cover color was pressed off-register on this issue. See covers  $10

THE MONSTER TIMES #29: December 1973, VF, "House of Frankenstein," EC Comics, "The Golden Voyage of Sinbad," TV cartoons of 1973, Glenn Strange as Frankenstein “In Memoriam” centerfold poster, the abominable snowman in fact and film, and more! See covers  $18

THE MONSTER TIMES #35: July 1974, VF, Godzilla cover, Godzilla articles and centerfold poster, Supernatural Superheroes (Jack Kirby’s “The Demon” on front cover header), Frank Frazetta artwork, "Chosen Survivors," Star Trek anti-drug radio spot with transcript, Monster make-up artists, and more! See covers  $18

THE MONSTER TIMES #38: January 1975, F/VF due to a 4 inch tear on the front cover spine, “War of the Colossal Beast” cover, "The Golden Voyage of Sinbad" including Ray Harryhausen sketches and centerfold poster, Conan the Barbarian in comics, Film Giants, Hammer Film’s Roy Ashton interviewed, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, "The Mad Ghoul," Captain Video serial reviewed by chapter, and more! See covers  $15

THE MONSTER TIMES #39: March 1975, VF, Twice-up issue!, each page is 16 x 23 inches with poster size photos, 23 x 32 inch centerfold poster is "Destroy All Monsters," Godzilla cover & article, Dracula, The Mummy, King Kong, Frankenstein, Creature From The Black Lagoon, Gammera, Planet of the Apes, Rodan, Ghidrah, and The Wolf Man. See covers  $19

THE MONSTER TIMES #43: September 1975, F/VF: 4 pages have bottom margin production tears, largest is 1.25" - NOT the centerfold, All-Demon issue!, Curse Of The Demon cover, centerfold and article, The Exorcist, brief interviews about The Exorcist with Max Von Sydow, Sam Peckinpah, Jesse Lasky, Hal Ashby, Tobe Hooper, and Wes Craven, Haxan: Witchcraft Through The Ages, Rosemary's Baby, historic look at the devil in films, demon comics including Jack Kirby's The Demon and Marvel's Ghost Rider, Star Trek/Captain Kirk as exorcist. See covers  $16

THE MONSTER TIMES #47: May 1976, F/VF due to a slight misfold, Star Trek vs. Space: 1999 cover and inside articles, Gene Roddenberry interview, "Flash Gordon" serial reviewed by chapter, Wally Wood's "Thunder Agents," Hong Kong Horror films, Flash Gordon color centerfold poster by Bill Feret, "Agent of Chaos," Georges Melies, Science Fiction on TV and in Comic Books, Fritz Lang’s "Metropolis," and more! See covers  $17

THE MONSTER TIMES Collectors' Special Issue #1: 1973, VF+: issue not cut square so you get more paper at the top right (see scan), Sci-Fi Super TV Special Issue: Star Trek Lives! Contains 6 color toned full page photos of Kirk, Spock, Sulu, Uhura, McCoy and Chekov, detailed info on the original TV series, the 1972 Star Trek convention, Trek Trivia, also ITC's UFO, The Space Giants, Lost In Space, The Outer Limits, and Irwin Allen's many SF TV series. This issue is in a more standard magazine format and does not open as a tabloid. See covers  $25

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MONSTER WORLD - becomes Quasimodo's Monster Magazine

MONSTER WORLD #1: March 1975, VF/NM (staple pressure marks), First Issue! The real Dracula, Darren McGavin, Kolchak the Night Stalker, Jose Delbo artwork, Frankenstein films, Abby - the lost cult classic!, Korg: 70,000 B.C., Nightmare Theater, screen vampires, monster humor fumettis, puzzles, and more! Classic "Night Gallery" painting litho ad on back cover. See covers  $35

MONSTER WORLD #2: May 1975, VF/NM (staple pressure marks), Last Issue! Becomes Quasimodo's Monster Magazine with #3. "Nightmare Theater," Making of the original "King Kong," "Phantom of the Paradise," "Young Frankenstein," "Captain Kronos," "House of Whipcord," Vincent Price filmography, Lon Chaney, Sr. filmography, "The Hydra Horror" comic book story with Norman Nodel artwork, and more! See covers  $25

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MOVIEGOER - A monthly 1980s theater promotional magazine that was printed on 22 slick color pages (24 pages if you count covers). Inside photos are high quality images and if you are a fan of the cover personality, you will definitely want the issue. The latest films are given blurb reviews with photos in each issue, plus there's trivia and games.

MOVIEGOER Volume 1, #1: January 1982, VF/NM: This copy was manufactured with two staples in it and not the usual three; there is no effect on the structural integrity of the issue. Premier Issue! Burt Reynolds cover and interview, Heartbeeps with Andy Kaufman and Bernadette Peters, Milos Forman on Ragtime, and more! See covers  $15

MOVIEGOER Volume 1, #2: February 1982, VF, Alan Alda cover and interview, Cathy Moriarty, George Jenkins, and more! See covers  $6.50

MOVIEGOER Volume 1, #3: March 1982, NM, Harrison Ford cover and interview (Star Wars, Raiders photos), Craig Wasson, Danny Daniels, Groucho Marx test, and more! See covers  $12

MOVIEGOER Volume 1, #4: April 1982, NM, Michael Caine cover and interview, Alan Parker on Pink Floyd's The Wall, Michele Burke (Quest For Fire make-up), Jack Kamen's Creepshow poster, and more! See covers  $8

MOVIEGOER Volume 1, #5: May 1982, NM-, Arnold Schwarzenegger cover and inside article (Conan), John Sayles, Andy Kuehn, and more! See covers  $9.75

MOVIEGOER Volume 1, #7: July 1982, NM-, Jon Voight cover and inside article, Giorgio Moroder soundtracks, Disney's TRON, and more! See covers  $6

MOVIEGOER Volume 1, #9: September 1982, NM-, Mick Jagger cover and inside article, Cheech and Chong movies, Tom Naud/"Introvision," and more! See covers  $7.50

MOVIEGOER Volume 1, #10: October 1982, NM-, Susan Sarandon cover and interview, Nastassia Kinski (Exposed), "Title Credit Designs"/Richard Greenberg, and more! See covers  $6

MOVIEGOER Volume 1, #11: November 1982, VF, Roy Scheider cover and interview, Jessica Harper, Walter Hill (48 HRS), Reader's Poll, and more! See covers  $4.50

MOVIEGOER Volume 2, #2: February 1983, VF/NM, Jessica Lange cover and inside article, Mel Gibson, cinematographer Laszlo Kovacs, and more! See covers  $5

MOVIEGOER Volume 2, #3: March 1983, NM-, David Keith cover and inside article, Steven Paul (Kurt Vonnegut's Slapstick), Tony Bill, and more! See covers  $5.50

MOVIEGOER Volume 2, #4: April 1983, NM, Margot Kidder cover and inside article, Joe Brooks (You Light Up My Life), National Lampoon films, and more! See covers  $5.50

MOVIEGOER Volume 2, #5: May 1983, NM, Ben Kingsley cover and inside article, Pam Grier, the Oscar campaign, Helen Slater as Supergirl, and more! See covers  $5.50

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MOVIEGOER Volume 2, #7: July 1983, NM/M, Jacqueline Bisset cover and interview, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jaws 3-D, James Bond 007 quiz, and more! See covers  $7.50

MOVIEGOER Volume 2, #9: September 1983, NM-, Scott Glenn cover and inside article, Phoebe Cates, Michael Laughlin on Strange Invaders, Ally Sheedy, and more! See covers  $5.50

MOVIEGOER Volume 2, #10: October 1983, VF/NM, JoBeth Williams, Mary Kay Place & Glenn Close cover and inside article, The Big Chill, Sidney Lumet, David Cronenberg on The Dead Zone, and more! See covers  $5.50

MOVIEGOER Volume 2, #11: November 1983, NM-, Donald Sutherland cover and inside article, John Shea, Frank Frazetta and his film artwork, 2nd Annual Reader's Poll, and more! See covers  $7

MOVIEGOER Volume 3, #1: January 1984, NM-, Cher cover and inside article, John Lithgow, Lynn Stalmaster, Kim Basinger, and more! See covers  $7

MOVIEGOER Volume 3, #2: February 1984, NM, Mariel Hemingway cover and inside article, Mandy Patinkin, A Soldier's Story, Mitchell Lichtenstein short interview, and more! See covers  $6

MOVIEGOER Volume 3, #3: March 1984, NM-, Kathleen Turner cover and interview, David Lynch, Iceman, Pamela Reed short interview, and more! See covers  $6

MOVIEGOER Volume 3, #4: April 1984, NM-, Nastassja Kinski cover and inside article, Kevin Bacon, Larry Gelbart, and more! See covers  $6

MOVIEGOER Volume 4, #1: January 1985, NM, Sting cover and inside article, Amy Heckerling, Gene Simmons (KISS) short interview, 1985 film predictions, and more! See covers  $6

MOVIEGOER Volume 4, #4: April 1985, NM-, Rosanna Arquette cover and inside article, Jeff Goldblum, Return To Oz, and more! See covers  $5.50

MOVIEGOER Volume 4, #5: May 1985, NM+, Woody Allen cover and interview, Amy Madigan, Hugh Wilson, Alice Krige short interview, and more! (2 copies available) See sample covers  $6

MOVIEGOER Volume 4, #11: November 1985, NM+, Jeff Bridges cover and inside article, John "Jellybean" Benitez, Ally Sheedy, Judge Reinhold short interview, and more! See covers  $6

MOVIEGOER Volume 5, #10: October 1986, NM-, William Hurt cover and inside article, Barbara Hershey, Wendy O. Williams (of the Plasmatics) short interview, and more! See covers  $6

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