Thursday, December 22, 2011

Shadowland Magazine

Check out this cool new quarterly magazine I just found. Yeah, I'm a little late to the party, but you know what they say.......Really kick ass covers! Each issue is $6.95, and a 4 ish sub is $25.00. Here's the contents for the first and second issues:

Issue 1
The Phantom Unmasked!
An exhaustive retrospective on the history of
The Phantom of the Opera in film, television, and literature.
Godzilla In Comics: The Marvel Years

Toho's King of the Monsters in the Mighty Marvel Manner! A fond remembrance of Godzilla's 1970s comic battles with S.H.I.E.L.D., the Fantastic Four, Devil Dinosaur, the Champions, and The Avengers.

The Lost Spielberg Film
In 1982 Steven Spielberg's E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial smashed box office records, but it wasn't the film the renowned director set out to direct. We examine the origins of Spielberg's child-friendly film, which was originally intended as a horrific sci-fi/thriller entitled: Night Skies.

RoboCop: The Series
A look at the short-lived RoboCop TV series from 1994.

The First Avenger on Film!
Captain America may be Marvel's latest summer blockbuster,
but what of his other on-screen adventures? A glimpse back at
the Star-Spangled Avenger's 1940's cliffhanger serial, his animated show, two made-for-tv movies, and his '90s flick Marvel tried to hide.

Exclusive Interviews
We revisit the 1979 made-for-television Captain America film
with director Rod Holcomb and speak with storyboard artist, writer, producer, and director, Will Meugniot, about Marvel's
attempt at a '90s Captain America animated series.

Interview with Dwayne Pinkney
We talk with artist Dwayne Pinkney about his jaw-dropping artwork.

Issue 2:
Out of Control: The Guyver
A retrospective on Japan's Bio-Boosted hero, The Guyver, and his journey from manga, to anime, to live-action. We also stack up the Guyver's powers and abilities and speak with screenwriter/author Nathan Long about his screenplay for The Guyver 2: Dark Hero.

Dark Heroes
The Guyver manga is known for its graphic violence in Japan; here we explore several iconic American comics that pushed the boundaries in the '80s & '90s.

William Castle on TV: Ghost Story
William Castle, the Master of the Macabre, has directed his share of memorable horror films - but what of his television venture, Ghost Story? We uncover the details of Castle's small-screen outing.

Legacy of Evil - The Amityville Horror
A critical review of The Amityville Horror franchise.

Tombs of the Blind Dead
The terrifying Templars rise once again in this retrospective on the legendary series of horror films from Spain.

Bob Mitchum meets Bigfoot
When it comes to cinematic appearances, even Robert Mitchum would agree that Bigfoot has more than a foot above the rest!

Two-Headed Beast
An examination of the 'True Horror' and 'Slasher' genres.

Beyond Fantastique!
Reviews of Cyber Ninja, The House of the Devil, Eyes of the Mothman, A Critical History and Filmography of Toho's Godzilla Series, and Romancing the Vampire.

Go check it out on the official site.

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