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    Issue 12 - July 1996. In this issue: Classic monster kits based on the likenesses of Lon Chaney, Bela Lugosi & Borris Karloff. 8.5" x 10", 58 pages, B&W with color insert. Cover price $4.95.

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  • Issue #29
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    This Underwater issue features a Craftbeast spotlight on The Nautilus from Disney's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and the Seaview; Fred DeRuvo dives in with the DSV Stinger kit; Jim Bertges brings the Flying Sub to the surface; and the Model Morgue brings Barsom's Grafter to life. Plus, SCAHMS show coverage, Behind the Curtain, and tons of other reviews, profiles, how-tos, and lots more! (ModelerĀ¹s Resource) Magazine, 66pg, PC$5.99" Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #30
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    This issue features Behind the Curtain with Jim Bertges, part 2 of Make-up Effects Group and their work on Matrix. Thor: God of Thunder! with Tom Grossman, a new kit from Darkstorm based on the myth of Thor. Also, Sculpting a Warrior Bug! Dan Perez shows the ins and outs of creating your own Starship Trooper Bug, and more! 68 pages, PC/B&W. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #31
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    Go ?Bot Building with Gary Glover! Gary takes you through the process of creating your own favorite ?Bot from the hit Sci-Fi TV series MST3K 3000 using all types of gizmos and gadgets. Also, Mike & Cindy Morgan build up the new, fully licensed MST3K 3000 figure kit from Janus Company in "Tales from the Glue Queen." The Craftbeast presents another episode in Action Figure conversions with McFarlane Toys' bust from Dan Perez Studios. Joe Porter heads to the Land of the Rising Sun and checks out their kit building expertise (as well as some of the local sites) in his article. Tom Grossman checks out Thor from Dark Storm Studios. Hilber Graf steps up to the plate for some instruction on how to create a quality mold, and Jim Bertges chats it up with 4 Ward Productions (with Robert Skotak) in another two-part Behind the Curtain. Also, join Jim as he salutes Captain America, the Toy Biz kit. Also featured is a new column designed for the ?newbie' to modeling, Back to Basics. Plus, many figure kit, sci-fi, fantasy reviews and how-tos, profiles, and lots more! (Modeler's Resource) Magazine, 66pg, PC" Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #32
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    The "Resource Review" with Fred De Ruvo highlights the Star Wars Naboo Fighter; "On the Beach with Tom Grossman" highlights the Star Wars Droid Fighters, and Erin Lantz brings the Pod Racer to the front! Joe Sid is back with another "Creating an Original" ?this time he sculpts two new busts! Hilber Graf puts the finishing touches on Psycho House, and Jim Bertges chats it up with 4Ward Productions (with Robert Skotak) in part two of "Behind the Curtain." There's also show coverage: MasterCon, plus others. Many more figure kit, Sci-Fi, fantasy reviews, how-to's, profiles, and lots more! (Modeler's Resource) Magazine, 66pg, FC" Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #33
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    The Resource Review with Fred DeRuvo highlights the VLS 1:16th scale kit "Welcome to the Coast" as well as a build-up of the SF3D Konrad kits; "Behind the Curtain" takes a look behind-the-scenes at Will Vinton Studios and the sculpting art for the hit TV show , The PJs! "Tales from the Glue Queen" highlights a brand new Tremors 2 kit; "The Craftbeast" takes on Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah! We've got show coverage: ReznHedz and Chiller Theatre. Many more figure kit, Sci-Fi, fantasy reviews and how-tos, profiles and lots more! Magazine, 66pg, PC Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #34
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    This is the "Styrene Madness" issue! Bill Craft does it up to Polar Lights' "Headless Horseman"; Part 3 of "Reality Landscaping" using Woodland Scenics' Mountain Valley Scenery Kit. Jim Bertges shows you "how-to-do-it" on Bowen's styrene Wolfman kit. This issue also has a first parter by James Key on the creation of the models used in the hit movie, Supernova! Tales from the Glue Queen shine the light on Polar Light's "The Mummy." Also, a profile on Michael Burnett Productions! This is just the start! Included as well is show coverage and many more figure kits, sci-fi and fantasy reviews, how-tos, profiles, and more! (Modeler's Resource) Magazine Cover price $5.99.

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    Bill Craft comes up with another installment of "Action Figure Conversations" this time using Godzilla and Orga action figures; Jim Bertges highlights five more new kits in "It's All Plastic to Me!" Modeler's Resource goes "Behind the Curtain" with the talented folks who create Eddie Murphy's hit show, The PJs. MR also profiles artist extraordinaire, Sandy Collora. Beyond this, Hilbert Graf is back with Part 2 of "To the Batmobile, Robin!" In "Tales from the Glue Queen," the Morgans create some realistic fleshtones. There's also show coverage from Europe and the U.S., more figure kits, sci-fi, fantasy, reviews, how-tos, profiles, and lots more! Cover price $5.99.

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  • Issue #38
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    Bill Craft presents a number of high-profile kits for your viewing pleasure including Space Turkey Vulture; Jim Berteges presents his interview with VLS owner and modeler, Bob Letterman. Norm Piatt takes the Headless Horseman and creates a Knight on horseback! Beyond this, Hilber Graf is back with an Aliens: Resurrection diorama. The Morgans present the new Pirate bust from Michael Burnett Productions and they've also got a new column focusing on crafts called "The Crafty Corner." Jim Key recreates a four-foot Jupiter 2 from the original LIS series! Fred DeRuvo creates a prehistoric diorama! Plus, Modeler's Resource has Hawaii Figure Modeler show coverage, more figure kits, sci-fi and fantasy reviews, how-tos, profiles, and lots more! (Modeler's Resource) Magazine, 66pg, PC Cover price $5.99.

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    Bill Craft goes Kaiju, with build-ups and a history of Gamera, Super Turtle! Plus, Jim Bertges profiles sculptor, Daniel Horne. Jim also presents some great build-ups on three new gothic kits from Down Under. In addition, a Punisher sculpt comes from Ertl's Cpt. Kirk vinyl kit; a diorama is based on the comic book hero, Blade; the Morgans dive deep with Artistic License's Deep Trespass kit, and they've got another installment of their new column, Krafty Korner, called "Stick It!" Plus, more figure kit, sci-fi, fantasy reviews and how-to's, profiles, and more. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #41
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    Hilber Graf joins a gorilla hunting party in his latest outing as he creates a Planet of the Apes diorama, just in time for the Tim Burton movie! Bill Craft chases a phantom in his latest encounter of the "Lair of the Craftbeast!" Then it's all Magic, Fantasy, and Monsters with sculptor Daniel Horne! Also: Mark Fergel takes on the Gunstar for sci-fi modelers everywhere; Fred DeRuvo reviews the Dick Tracy Space Coupe and Forgotten Prisoner re-issues from Polar Lights; and all the regular features? "Kits that Time Forgot," reviews, how-tos, profiles, and more! (Modeler's Resource) Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #42
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    Oct/Nov 2001. The Borg! Award-winning make-up artist Bradley M. Look paints up a new, fully licensed 1:1 scale Borg bust! Hilber Graf tags along for a Resurrection of Im-Ho-Tep diorama! Bill Craft heads to Westworld and renders a Yul Brynner style gunslinger! Mark Fergel gets into some sci-fi for modelers! Fred DeRuvo highlights Dick Tracy! Jerry Buchanan is back with Kennel Dogs from "The Thing." Jim Bertges has more reviews on some of the latest resin to hit the modeling market. There is Frightvision and East Coast Hobby show coverage, and "Kits that Time Forgot" is at it again, focusing on more kits from our past, including Aurora's Superboy kit. Plus: More figure kit, sci-fi, fantasy reviews and how-tos, profiles and lots more! 66 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #43
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    This issue marks the increasing coverage of science fiction as Jim Key goes to the depths and scratchbuilds a 66" long Nautilus from Disney's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. Hilber Graf heads to the Empire Srate Building chasing down Kong in the first of this two-part diorama article. The Craftbeast takes it up a notch with Wishmaster! Fred DeRuvo starts a multi=part article on Lindberg's Diamond Duster futuristic vehicular fantasy and also revisits Lunar Models' Commando Cody. Jim Van Cleave takes his weathering brush to the Colonia Viper and Jim Bertges has more reviews on some of the latest resin to hit the modeling market. There's the IPMS Nationals and other show coverage plus more retro with "Kits that Time Forgot." Plus more figure kit, sci-fi, fantasy reviews and how-tos, profiles and lots more! (Modeler's Resource) Magazine, 66pg, PC$5.99 Cover price $5.99.

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  • Issue #45
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    Let's get small! Land of the Giants' Spindrift spaceship makes it this issue. This new Polar Lights reissue of the vintage Aurora kit is sure to be something that you'll want to add to your collection! Dave Metzner shows you just how to do a pro build-up fit for all the little people in your world! Jim Key takes us behind the scenes and shows us how the miniature train was created for the Jackie Chan blockbuster, "Shanghai Noon!" Hilber Graf heads to the back streets of merry ol' England as his Gaslight Batman searches for the Ripper! Bill Craft takes a nearly one-one scale She-Creature bust and gives it that ol' "B movie" magic and brings the monster from "Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell" to the fore (played by Darth Vader himself, David Prowse in the movie!) plus he's back with another beastly behemoth: Tarantula and The Blob! Fred DeRuvo gets out the rubber and shows you how to mold "David & Goliath!" Jim Bertges has more reviews than you can shake a stick at and he also pulls the curtain back and ventures behind the scenes with Farscape Makeup Artist, Alan Friedman, does a head transplant, plus get more retro in "Kits that Time Forgot" and more figure kits, sci-fi, fantasy reviews and how-tos, profiles, and lots more besides! Don't miss this issue! (Modeler's Resource) Magazine, 66pg, PC Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #46
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    Modeler's Resource #46 has even more science fiction with this issue as the newest column, "Kit Girl," is introduced, featuring Julie Strange. Join Julie as she renders the Starfury! Bill Craft goes back to the classic monster closet and highlights this new Wolfman from "Monsters in Motion!" Norm Piatt gets "ticked" as he converts a Toy Biz kit into The Tick! Hilber Graf creates a tribute to Harryhausen with his hugely detailed "Clash of Monsters" diorama. The Morgans are back with their revamped column, "The Glue Queen's Krafty Korner," Fred DeRuvo delves into the sci-fi realm with BattleTech! Jim Bertges chats with the folks at Diamond Select about their busts and prepaints and Ver Curtiss is back with more from the airbrushing arena. All this, plus more figure kit, sci-fi, fantasy reviews and how-tos, profiles and lots more! (Modeler's Resource) Magazine, 66pg, PC$5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #47
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    B-Movie Madness! The Ultimate War Machine gets tackled in this issue! Bill Craft goes "head-to-head" with three busts of the key players from Jaws! Jim Key scratch-builds a '66 Enterprise! Hilber Graf takes care of some Gardening! Fred DeRuvo takes us through the casting process for "David & Goliath!" Jim Bertges has more kits on his workbench; plus more retro in "Kits that Time Forgot," more figure kit/Sci-Fi/fantasy reviews and how-tos, profiles, and lots more! Bi-monthly. (Adroit Publications) Magazine, 66pg, PC$5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #48
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    Join Kit Girl, Julie Strange, as she builds up a studio-quality Viper! Bill Craft takes a shining to a Jack Nicholson bust! Hilber Graf recreates a scene from the Star Wars cantina! Fred DeRuvo takes us out to a "Hidden Outpost!" Brazilian sculptor Martin Canale is profiled by Norm "Kitman" Piatt, Jim Bertges has more kits on his workbench, plus we've got more retro in "Kits That Time Forgot," and more figure kits, Sci-Fi, fantasy reviews, how-tos, profiles, and lots more! (Adroit Publications Inc.) Magazine, 66pg, FC$5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #49
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    This issue: Jim Bertges finds out more about Star Trek/Star Wars: The Path to Licensing; Norm "Kitman" Piatt comes up with a new conversion as a tribute to three of more famous gal crime fighters, Supergirl, Batgirl & Wonder Woman: Three Against One; Kits That Time Forgot highlights more monsters from the past; Bill Craft goes Kaiju with a monstrous three-figure Godzilla diorama; Hilber Graf recreates a scene straight out of the John Wayne's Hatari; Fred DeRuvo showcases a BattleMech diorama; Jim Bertges has more kits on his workbench including the new FineMolds' Tie Fighter; plus more retro in Kits that Time Forgot and more figure kit, Sci-Fi, fantasy reviews, How-To's, profiles and lots more besides! Don't miss this issue! Bi-monthly. (Adroit Publications, Inc.) Magazine, 66pg, PC$5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #50A
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    There's a new column onboard starting with this issue: "Simply Bases" delves into the art of landscaping your bases for model and/or action-figure. There's a detailed diorama based on one of the tense scenes from The Lord of the Rings movie in this first outing. Included in this issue is also RCHTA show coverage from Chicago, Dave Bengal creates Sokurah's Warrior from an Airfix Skeleton kit, and artist extraordinaire Chris White, who has done many of the box arts for Polar Lights, is profiled. Beyond this, Hilber Graf is at it again, this time creating a diorama called, "Catch a Rhino by the Tail" based on the John Wayne movie Hatari. Mr. Chris Ford also hops on the train this time and shows us how to destroy Star Trek's Enterprise! Bill Craft heads back into his Lair to bring us something out of the ordinary, plus there'd "Kits That Time Forgot" and more "how-tos" and reviews than you can shake an airbrush at! Don't miss this all in our upcoming big 50th issue! (Adroit Publications, Inc.) Magazine, 66pg, PC$5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #50B
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    There's a new column onboard starting with this issue: "Simply Bases" delves into the art of landscaping your bases for model and/or action-figure. There's a detailed diorama based on one of the tense scenes from The Lord of the Rings movie in this first outing. Included in this issue is also RCHTA show coverage from Chicago, Dave Bengal creates Sokurah's Warrior from an Airfix Skeleton kit, and artist extraordinaire Chris White, who has done many of the box arts for Polar Lights, is profiled. Beyond this, Hilber Graf is at it again, this time creating a diorama called, "Catch a Rhino by the Tail" based on the John Wayne movie Hatari. Mr. Chris Ford also hops on the train this time and shows us how to destroy Star Trek's Enterprise! Bill Craft heads back into his Lair to bring us something out of the ordinary, plus there'd "Kits That Time Forgot" and more "how-tos" and reviews than you can shake an airbrush at! Don't miss this all in our upcoming big 50th issue! (Adroit Publications, Inc.) Magazine, 66pg, PC$5.99 Cover price $5.99.