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Monsters from the Vault (1999) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 1

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    500 print run. Classic Sci-Fi/Horror Film magazine that features in-depth articles, beautifully reproduced photos (many of them rare), and reviews in each and every issue. In this premiere issue: Tom Weaver on "Universal Sidekicks"; Val Lewton and the Horror Legacy of the '40s; stories about the greatest names in horror movie history, including Lugosi, Karloff, Price, Atwill and Chaney; and more. Magazine. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #2
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 2

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    The Best in Classic Horror! In this issue: Greg Mank on Mark of the Vampire; Tom Johnson on filming back-to-back at Hammer; Collecting Horror Movie Posters; and laserdisc and video reviews. Magazine. Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #3
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 3

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    The Best in Classic Horror! This new magazine is dedicated to horror in all of its many forms: from the classic Universal pictures to the obscure and bizarre! In this issue: Mad Scientists of the 1930's; William Alland remembers It Came from Outer Space; John Parnum on Horrible Hands Movies; and laserdisc and video reviews. Magazine. Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #4
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 4

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    Spring 1997. Vol. 2 No. 4. The Best in Classic Horror! In this issue: Art Directors of the Horror Film: Part 1; Columbia's Horrors of the '30s and '40s; Bryan Senn on Tower of London; and laserdisc and video reviews. Boris Karloff cover. Magazine, 72 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #5
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 5

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    The Best in Classic Horror! In this issue: Art Directors of the Horror Film: Part 2; Greg Mank on '40s Horror Heroine Louise Currie; Mark Miller on The Gorgon; and laserdisc and video reviews. Magazine. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #6
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 6

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    The Best in Classic Horror! In this issue: Mad Doctors of the 1940's and Poverty Row; John Stell on the Evolution of Zombie Films; Bryan Senn on The Vampire's Ghost; and laserdisc and video reviews. Magazine. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #7
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 7

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    The Best in Classic Horror! In this issue: Brian Smith revisits House of Frankenstein; Gary Don Rhodes uncovers more rare Lugosi info; Steve Kronenberg on Horror's Great Vampire Hunters; and laserdisc and video reviews. Magazine. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #8
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 8

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    The Best in Classic Horror! In this issue: Frankenstein's Family Tree; High Priests of Universal's Mummy Series; Robert Bloch's Real Life Psycho Influences; the Films of Richard Cunha; and DVD, laserdisc and video reviews. Magazine. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #9
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 9

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    The Best in Classic Horror! In this issue: Promoting TV's Shock! Package; early cinema and radio representations of Shelley's Frankenstein; William Castle's favorite screenwriter; Tarantula Vs. The Deadly Mantis; and DVD, laserdisc and video reviews. Magazine. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #10
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 10

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    A striking front cover of the one and true Dracula ? Bela Lugosi! Inside you'll read about Hammer's other vampires; films covered are Brides of Dracula, Kiss of the Vampire, The Vampire Lovers, Lust for a Vampire, Vampire Circus, and others. Plus, "Memories Of Those Wonderful Castle Films," which focuses on 8mm, Super 8, and 16mm films of the 1960s and 1970s. Also, "Diane Clare Discusses Her Career In Everything From Drawing Room Comedy To Zombie Encounters," by Mark Miller. It's all here! Books, music, film directors, , and more! A ton of editorial from writers like Steve Kronenberg and Tom Weaver who want to tell you about "The Monster and the Girl."" Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #11
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 11

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    The Best in Classic Horror! In this issue: Cinematographers of Horror's Golden Age: Part 1; the Sexual Appeal of 1930's Horror Film Heroes; Bryan Senn referees Universal Vs. Hammer; and DVD reviews. Magazine. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #12
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 12

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    The Best in Classic Horror! In this issue: Cinematographers of Horror's Golden Age: Part 2; Selling the House II: House of Dracula; Kids' Reactions to the Earliest Horror Films; and DVD and video reviews. Magazine. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #13
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 13

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    Vol. 6 No. 13. The Best in Classic Horror! In this issue: The Sublime Villainy of Lionel Atwill; Cinematographers of Horror's Golden Age: Part 3; The Hideous Sun Demon Revisited; and DVD and video reviews. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #14
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 14

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    Vol. 7 No. 14. In this issue: Cinematographers of Horror's Golden Age: Part 4! Plus: Forgotten Universal films of the 1940's! Also: Rare Pierce, Lorre and Chaney, Jr. TV interviews! And: DVD and video reviews! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #15
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 15

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    Vol. 8 No. 15. In this issue: First Look - Kronenberg and Weaver's Universal Horrors II! Plus: Herman Cohen remembered! Also: A classic double feature, Universal style! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #16
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 16

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    In this Issue: Best Supporting Players of the 1930's and 40's by Steven Thornton, The Horror Film Crisis of 1932 by Gary D. Rhodes, Cliffhanging Horrors Chapter Two by Todd M. Gault, Films From the Vault - DVD Reviews of "Them!", "Hercules in the Haunted World", "Werewolf Shadow", "Masque of the Red Death", "Premature Burial", "The Oblong Box", "Scream and Scream Again", "Lugosi: Hollywood's Dracula, and "Metropolis". Books From The Vault - Reviews for "White Zombie: Anatomy of a Horror Film" and "Monster Kid Memories". Saddle Stitched, 8 1/2-in x 11-in, 48 Pages, B&W. Cover price $7.00.

  • Issue #17
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 17

    Vol. 9 No. 17. Monsters from the Vault returns while Halloween is still fresh in our minds! Featured in the 17th issue is Richard Scrivani's article "Hated, Blasphemed and Condemned: A Defense of Son of Frankenstein," which looks at the much maligned 1939 film which featured Boris Karloff in his final performance as the Frankenstein Monster. In "Deserted Foxes," Gary D. Rhodes uncovers two horror films from Fox Studios that have received almost no attention in the past. One is The Spider with Edmund Lowe, the other is Almost Married with Ralph Bellamy. The latter is a particularly strong horror film, with its obscurity caused almost certainly by the film title and the lack of existing prints. And the conclusion of our three-part article entitled "Cliffhanging Horrors" looks at serials of the 1950's with a hint of horror in their story lines. Rounding out the issue are the usual editorial comments, letters to the editor, and DVD and book reviews. Each issue contains tons of rare photos, each beautifully reproduced. Magazine, 48 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $7.00.

  • Issue #18
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 18

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    This issue contains the long-lost interview, "Bob Burns and Merian C. Cooper Speak Out About King Kong." The article features an in-depth look at the making of King Kong and is illustrated with many rare and never-before-published photos. Also Frank J. Dello Stritto provides a chapter from his book A Quaint and Curious Volume of Forgotten Lore: The Mythology and History of Classic Horror Films. Also inside is "Cat People and the Origin of the Lewton Style," an essay on Val Lewton's horror films for RKO in the 1940s. Also, editorial, letters to the editor, DVD/book reviews, rare photos, and more! Magazine, 48pg, PC$7.00 Cover price $7.00.

  • Issue #19
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 19

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    Now in its 10th year of publication, Monsters from the Vault #19 kicks off with "Kongversations Part Two," in which Bob Burns completes his look at King Kong with some great stories (and many rare and never-before-published photos) about his many encounters with the men who made the film. Author Frank J. Dello Stritto provides a chapter excerpt from his new book, A Quaint and Curious Volume of Forgotten Lore: The Mythology and History of Classic Horror Films. His chapter "Poe Only Conceived It" looks at the films Karloff and Lugosi made at Universal Studios during 1934 and '35. In "The Pinnacle of Price," some of Vincent's Price's most dynamic performances as an actor are examined. Mark A. Miller and Tom Johnson look at the production history of the Boris Karloff and Christopher Lee "Chillers" Corridors of Blood and The Crimson Cult, and "TV Terrors" revisits some of the best made-for-television movies of the 1970s, including The Night Stalker, Trilogy of Terror, and Gargoyles! Plus: editorial comments, letters to the editor, DVD/book reviews, and a few surprises! (Monsters from the Vault) (CAUT: 4) Magazine, 64pg, b&w$7.00 Cover price $7.00.

  • Issue #20
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 20

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    Vol. 10 No. 20. The issue kicks off with "The Mystery of Lionel Atwill," in which Greg Mank interviews the infamous actor's son for the first time in print. The article is illustrated with many rare and never-before-published family photos. Ib Melchior, the 1950's and '60s writer/director, talks with Tom Weaver about creating the 1960's TV series Lost in Space, only to get screwed over by Irwin Allen. The interview also discusses his current court battle over money owed with the makers of the 1998 feature film, Lost in Space. Finally, Mark A. Miller and Tom Johnson look at the production history of the Boris Karloff and Christopher Lee "Chillers," Corridors of Blood and The Crimson Cult. Cover price $7.98.

  • Issue #21
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 21

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    Vol. 11 No. 21. In this issue: TV Terrors revisits some of the best made-for-television movies of the 1970's. Plus: AIP and Paul Blaisdell - the dynamic duo of the 1950's. It's a look at classic AIP films that have yet to surface on DVD in the United States. And: The Pinnacle of Price - Four of his finest performances. Cover price $7.98.

  • Issue #22
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 22

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    Vol. 11 No. 22. This issue kicks off with an article titled "Bela Lugosi as Frankenstein's Monster: The Context and Text of a Performance," in which Scott Berman looks at Lugosi's much maligned performance in 1943's Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man. Then, in Part 2 of his article, "Universal Weekly: House Organ of Horror," Gary Rhodes completes his look at Universal Weekly, the official house trade publication of Universal Studios in the early 1930's. Also: Ape fiends from the silent era! Cover price $7.98.

  • Issue #23
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 23

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    Vol. 12 No. 23. Monsters from the Vault covers the classic (and not so classic) horror and science fiction films of the 1920's through 1970's. The magazine features articles, DVD reviews and book reviews. Each issue includes tons of rare photographs, beautifully reproduced; many published for the very first time. Many of the genre's best writers contribute to the magazine; that's why Monsters from the Vault is the #1 magazine for the serious horror and science fiction film fan! In this issue: The Mummy of Red Rock Canyon. Plus: More ape fiends of the silent era! And: Greg Mank on Karloff and Lugosi's personal appearances together. Cover price $7.98.

  • Issue #24
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 24

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    Vol. 13 No. 24. Horrors from South of the Border - this anniversary issue kicks off with author Bryan Senn's look at some of Mexico's best loved horror films of the 1950's and '60s, and his interview with Mexican horror star German Robles. Then, Universal Studios' special effects wizard John P. Fulton is remembered by daughter Joanne and longtime contributor Tom Weaver, featuring rare photos from Fulton's personal scrapbook. Also, Marty Baumann (The Astounding B Monster) interviews Sumishta Brahm, daughter of director John Brahm, whose credits include Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Thriller, and The Outer Limits. And Lon Chaney's two Unholy Three films are examined. Plus: DVD/CD/book reviews! Cover price $7.98.

  • Issue #25
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 25

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    Vol. 13 No. 25. The 25th issue of Monsters from the Vault features Daniel Horne's beautiful Werewolf of London painting on the cover. The issue opens with Cortlandt Hull discussing his uncle Henry Hull's role in Werewolf of London and as Edgar Allan Poe on stage. Next up, longtime contributor Greg Mank looks at the production of Val Lewton's 1944 film, The Curse of the Cat People. And first-time contributor Mark Berry interviews David Hedison about working with Irwin Allen on his 1960 film, The Lost World. In addition: Editorial comments, letters to the editor, DVD/CD/book reviews, and a few surprises await you in this issue. Each article contains tons of rare photos, all beautifully reproduced. Cover price $8.98.

  • Issue #26
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 26

    Vol. 14 No. 26. Kick off the New Year with the 26th issue of Monsters from the Vault with Daniel Horne's beautiful painting of Boris Karloff from The Walking Dead featured on the cover. The issue opens with Greg Mank's coverage of the five films (The Walking Dead, West of Shanghai, The Invisible Menace, Devil's Island, and British Intelligence) that Karloff made for Warner Brothers between 1936-1940. Then, longtime contributor Gary D. Rhodes looks at Tod Browning's 1929 film, The Thirteenth Chair. Finally, authors Mark Clark and Bryan Senn provide an excerpt from their upcoming book, Sixties Shockers: Horror Films of the 1960's. Mark and Bryan look at some of Hammer Studios' best output from the decade. In addition: Editorial comments, reviews, and a few surprises await you in this issue. Cover price $8.98.

  • Issue #27
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 27

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    Vol. 15 No. 27. Monsters from the Vault celebrates its 15th anniversary! Don Sullivan, the star of Teenage Zombies and The Giant Gila Monster, discusses his short film career, brief stint as a singer/songwriter, and illustrious career as a cosmetics chemist. Plus: Early horror film coverage in Christian Century Magazine! And: The Strange Door: Part 2. Cover price $8.98.

  • Issue #28
    Monsters from the Vault (1999) 28

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    Vol. 15 No. 28. Monsters from the Vault covers the classic (and not so classic) horror and science fiction films of the 1920's through 1970's. In this issue: The Bride of Frankenstein turns 75! Plus: John Barrymore is The Mad Genius! And: Dracula goes to Junior High! Cover price $8.98.