MONSTERSCENE #1 October 1992
This issue features:
• THE FRANKENSTEIN FAMILY JOURNAL—Chris Ecker offers a fictional account of the family based on research done from the original book by Mary Shelley and the Universal Studios’ FRANKENSTEIN films.
• SATURDAY MORNING MONSTERS—Scott Shaw! provides a history of the Hanna-Barbera cult favorite, FRANKENSTEIN JR.
• TIM BURTON AND EDWARD SCISSORHANDS—Editor Steve Smith provides an examination of the classic Tim Burton film about not fitting in.
• THE RAREST FAMOUS MONSTERS COLLECTIBLE EVER!—This is a reprint of the BOX SCORE! BESTSELLERS June 1964, a trade magazine spotlighting the succcess of FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND.
• TOPPS: NOT JUST
BASEBALL CARDS ANYMORE—An article on the (then) new trend in quality art
trading cards based on popular movies. Many examples of Mike Mignola’s
DRACULA work included.
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