MONSTERSCENE #2 June 1994
This issue features:
• THE STRANGE WORLD AND WANDERINGS OF THE AZTEC MUMMY—Frank Kurtz examines Popoca, the Aztec Mummy, in his many film appearances.
• HEY GROUP! IT’S GHOULARDI: A career overview and interview with the original Cool Ghoul!—Mark D. Neel provides a priceless (because it was Ernie Anderson’s last) interview with Ghoulardi, a cult TV icon. Profusely illustrated.
• DISNEYWORLD’S HAUNTED MANSION…AND BEYOND!—We take a trip to the Haunted Mansion, and are treated to concept artwork for a new (at the time) attraction: The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.
• CONTEMPORARY CLASSICS: SUBSPECIES—Stephen D. Smith visits the popular Full Moon series of vampire films to find out why they are so bloody popular.
• THERE GOES TOKYO—Frank
Kurtz outlines the latest GODZILLA features from across the ocean.
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