Category: Mag/zines

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PREVIEW: FIENDS COMIC ISSUE

FIENDS  is a comic issue made by David Zuzelo and Tim Tyler, both popular names in underground comics in US. Tyler is a veteran of the comics scene, most known as publisher of Fathom...

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BUQUE MALDITO ZINE #29 NOW AVAILABLE

EL BUQUE MALDITO #29  is now available for ordering on www.elbuquemaldito.com and on the following stores in Barcelona: FREAKS, ARKHAM COMICS and CINEMASCOPE. This issue includes some interviews to Helga Liné, José Luis Garci, Ramiro Oliveros,...

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NEW ZINE SPASMO AND GIVEAWAY!

There is a new zine in Spain called Spasmo which first issue is dedicated to psycho killers. Main contents are about Deranged, El Asesino de Muñecas, Una Gota de Sangre para Morir Amando, Strangler vs....

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COMIC: LICANTROPO #2 COVER

here we have cover for Licantropo issue 2. This comic series is based on Paul Naschy’s movie and release by Sparkle comics. Here you have more information about issue #1 COMIC AND Q&A: NASCHY’S...

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COMIC AND Q&A: NASCHY’S LICANTROPO

As it was announced some months ago this March the first issue of Naschy comics edited by Sparkle is being released this month. This is Licantropo # 1 and it was made by Marc...

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NOW AVAILABLE: CREEPY*IMAGES #19

CREEPY*IMAGES #19 is out now and can be ordered through our website and from selected resellers. https://www.creepy-images.com/product_info.php?info=p337_creepy-images–19.html&XTCsid=e7fa93400ae7535a46c542ac64b27515 The first 333 copies include 4 stickers for your SUPER SPOOKY STICKER SPECTACULAR collecter’s album 64 pages...

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EL BUQUE MALDITO #28 NOW AVAILABLE

Issue #28 of EL BUQUE MALDITO fanzine is now available to order on: This includes interviews to paco Plaza about VERONICA, Fabio Frizzi, and Antonella Fulci together with an extensive article about Sitges 2017...

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PAUL NASCHY ON SCREEM MAGAZINE

Screem #34 explores the films of PAUL NASCHY that are now available on the Blu-ray format. Rankin Bass fan favorite MAD MONSTER PARTY celebrates its 50th anniversary, Director Roger Corman discusses films that have...