to the latest issue of Monster Kid Online Magazine,
the new old monster magazine for the digital age! Again our
crew of crack(ed) reporters (shown here) bring you a mixed-up
bag of neo-retro features and graphics. Don't let this picture
fool you. They all put on their happy faces for this office
photo. They keep them in the file cabinet next to the water
cooler. If you look closely you can see the staples around
the edges. In reality they are quite upset because some people
still haven't discovered the coolest, craziest place on the
web for classic monster fans. They all worked their skeletons
to the bone (well, maybe not Tor) to put together this ooh
and aah inspiring issue. So spread the word about Monster
Kid and make our staff as happy and cheerful as they look
here. Now somebody hand me the staple remover.
Jack Davis style.
This masterpiece of
monster mayhem first
appeared on the back
of a record jacket in
the late 1950s.
colors added by
ON A TITLE TO GO TO THAT FEATURE
Monster Kid Mail from letter hackers
Tales from the Crypt, Mad, Topps gum cards, Creepy
Magazine, 6-Foot Frankenstein and more. A look at the
hilarious horror art of the famous cartoonist and caricaturist,
Kenny Miller remembers blending monsters and music
as he tangled and tangoed with the Teenage Werewolf
and the Puppet People.
Remember the cereal endorsed by Eddie Munster's favorite
TV personality, Zombo? Now you can have your own box
courtesy of Monster Kid.
You begged for more so we're back with a new batch
of 3-D monster pics. These are genuine 3-D images painstakingly
wrenched from information hidden deep within the frames
of classic fright films.
Another "caricreature" from the sketchpad
of Frank Dietz
Would you believe Monster Kid Mag inspired a new version
of a certain mash? Follow the bouncing eyeball and scream
Did you find identify all the parts of the Schitzoid-roid
from our last issue? Check the answers to see if you
were an invincible iron man of mecha-movie expertise
or if you had your tin foiled.
One of the most horrifying moments of the silent screen
actually happened twice. See the Phantom's second unmasking
and try to unmask the mystery behind the two versions.
Reviews of the latest in releases on the book and
New section! Reports and photos of recent events
of the world of Monsterdom
Read or write creepy comments in our new guest book
Recommended websites for classic horror fans
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New images added 2/12/04
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KID magazine is intended as a fun and affectionate salute to the
publications of the 1960s. Part of the look and feel of this site
is inspired by the classic monster magazine traditions popularized
by James Warren and Forrest J. Ackerman in the original FAMOUS MONSTERS
OF FILMLAND and featured in various other magazines of that time.
If MONSTER KID makes you recall memories the classic monster magazines
of the past, then we are very gratified..
thanks this Issue to:
Johnson, Kenny Miller, Mike Wallster, David Colton,
John Detrich, Joe Riley, Frank Dietz, Tom Weaver,
Sam Park, Adam Love, Tim Lindsey, Ernest Farino and