Monster World (1964 Warren Magazine) comic books
- Cover oxidation.
Monster World 1-10 has the same editorial staff as Famous Monsters of Filmland, and the magazine's brief run is essentially considered to be issues 70-79 of Famous Monsters. Beginning with issue #80, Famous Monsters went back to its original name. Features in Monster World #1 include: an intro to the "new" magazine by publisher James Warren; a comic book reprint of The Mummy (by Russ Jones and Wally Wood); filmbook The Black Sleep; "Terror Talk" by Bill Obbagy; and more. The Chaney Wolfman cover painting is by an unknown artist. Cover price $0.35.
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Features in this issue include: photo previews of Godzilla vs. The Thing (Mothra) and The Time Travelers; a "picturesque" celebration of Karloff's 77th birthday; "Famous Munsters of Ticklevision"; comic book reprint of The Mummy's Hand (art by Joe Orlando); and more "Terror Talk" by Bill Obbagy. Cover painting is of television's campy creepies The Munsters. Cover price $0.35.
- Paper: Cream to off white
- Slab: Minor side edge crack
- Label #0350142016
- Centerfold detached at one staple.
Features in this issue include: reprinted article "The Horror in The Lighthouse" by Edgar Allan Poe and Robert Bloch; a feature on the Munsters car; "The Scream Test" quiz; and more. Vic Prezio painted the Creature from the Black Lagoon cover. Cover price $0.35.
Features in this issue include: "The Hammer of Horror"; an obituary of Helen Chandler; Bride of the Monster filmbook; an announcement regarding the remake of One Million Years B.C.; and more. Cover painting of actor Tor Johnson (The Beast of Yucca Flats) is by Gray Morrow. Cover price $0.35.
Features in this issue include a number of FM reprints, such as "Return of the Vampire," "Doctor Terror's House of Horrors," "Tarantula," and others. Also contains a monster quiz by John and Michael Brunas, an announcement of the sequel to Horror of Dracula, and more. Photo cover depicts Glenn Strange in Don Post Frankenstein makeup and a Santa suit. Cover price $0.35.
Features in this issue include: an article comparing Christopher Lee's monster roles with those who came before him; "Ghidrah" reprint feature; "He Unmasked for It" (referring to Hammer's Phantom of the Opera with Herbert Lom); and more. Gray Morrow painted the Son of Frankenstein group shot depicted on the cover. Cover price $0.35.
This issue contains the following filmbooks: Doctor X, The Golem, Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter, Billy the Kid vs. Dracula, and The Day the World Ended. Also included are reprinted articles "The Monster's Victim" and "Behind the Ape Ball," and a one-page short story (Countdown to Doom) by Charles Nuetzel and Viktor Vesperto. Cover painting of the mad doctor from Dr. X is by Ron Cobb. Cover price $0.35.
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Features in this issue include: "Meet the Addams Family"; an obituary of Sir Cedric Hardwicke; "The Horror of Dracula" (a fumetti-comic featuring photos instead of drawings-of the film); and more. The cover features a photo of TV's darkly comedic The Addams Family. Cover price $0.35.
- Pedigree: John G. Fantucchio
- From the John G. Fantucchio collection, but comic does not include a certificate of authenticity.
- 3/4" Spine split from top.
Features in this issue include: previews of The Reptiles and Surf Terror; a reprint of "Lon Chaney Jr. Talks to You'; an article about the superheroes of film and television; "Creature's Crossweird Puzzle"; Dracula, Prince of Darkness filmbook; and more. Cover photo is of The Reptile. The back of the mag depicts an ad for Aurora's Wonder Woman model kit. Cover price $0.35.