Monday, February 10, 2014
Issue #28 of Martin Arlt's excellent magazine, Mad Scientist, is now available for pre-order. This issue contains one of my cut paper monster portraits. The full contents and ordering information (only $7.00 - shipping included!) can be found here.
Sunday, July 21, 2013
Mad Scientist #27 is now available for ordering. This excellent magazine contains a piece of artwork that I created as well as lots of great stuff all under this beautiful cover by Mark Maddox. You can check out the contents as well as order your copy here.
Saturday, February 09, 2013
Mad Scientist #26 is now available for purchase. It contains a full color cut paper collage piece I did portraying Godzilla, as well as lots of great stuff. This is an excellent magazine that I highly recommend. The contents of this issue and ordering information are available at the Mad Scientist website.
Sunday, July 22, 2012
The 25th issue of Martin Arlt's excellent magazine, Mad Scientist is now available. The latest issue contains one of my cut paper collage monster portraits as well as plenty of other great stuff. It's also only $5.00. To see the rest of the contents and to order your copy, visit the Mad Scientist website.
Monday, January 09, 2012
Mad Scientist issue #24 is now available. I contributed a collage portrait of Carlos Villarius as Dracula from the 1931 Universal Spanish production, as well as a short article on Alan Ormsby's fantastic book Movie Monsters which was a staple for Monster Kids who grew up in the 1970s. You can order a copy and see the rest of the contents at the Mad Scientist website.
Mad Scientist is an excellent magazine which I highly recommend, whether I'm involved with it, or not, and I became involved with it because of my admiration for it's high quality, the variety of the content, and the overall enjoyment factor that comes with reading each issue. But don't take my word for it. Tony Isabella has reviewed the recent issue.
Tuesday, December 06, 2011
Issue #24 of Mad Scientist magazine is available for pre-order via their website. This an excellent magazine for fans of classic horror, fantasy, science fiction, dinosaurs and comic books and is only $5.00 per issue. The new issue includes a piece of artwork and a short article by me as well as a lot of other great stuff.
Saturday, December 18, 2010
Until loyal Scooby-Doo fan, Shaggydoo informed me I was unaware that the most recent issue of SCOOBY DOO, WHERE ARE YOU? (#4) contained a story of mine. It's not a new story. In fact it's a reprint of a very old one going back to SCOOBY-DOO #17 from December 1998. "The Ghost of Christmas Presents" is actually the first Scooby-Doo story I ever wrote. At the time I thought it was going to be a one time deal. Little did I know that it would lead to more than a decade and well over 100 more stories featuring the Mystery Inc. gang. SCOOBY-DOO, WHERE ARE YOU? #4 actually came out over a week ago, but you should still be able to find it at a comic book store near you or wherever you find comics sold.
Yesterday I received my copy of MAD SCIENTIST #22 which contains a cut paper collage portrait of Boris Karloff as the Mummy which I made as well as a 12 page article I wrote on my favorite Hammer movie, BRIDES OF DRACULA. If that doesn't sell you, this issue also contains artwork by Bernie Wrightson, Don Marquez, and a great Varan cover by award winning artist, Bob Eggleton as well as articles on VARAN THE UNBELIEVABLE, THE LEGEND OF BOGGY CREEK, and a terrific interview with Larry Blamire, the man who brought you THE LOST SKELETON OF CADAVRA and TRAIL OF THE SCREAMING FOREHEAD.
I highly recommend this magazine and would do so even if I were not a contributor. In fact it was because I thought so highly of MAD SCIENTIST that I began contributing to it. Ordering information can be found at the MAD SCIENTIST website. Tell them I sent you.
Monday, November 22, 2010
The excellent classic monster magazine, MAD SCIENTIST has a new issue available to order. Issue #22 has a great cover by Bob Eggleton, articles on Varan the Unbelievable, The Legend of Boggy Creek, Science Fiction LPs, an extensive interview with Larry "Lost Skeleton of Cadavra" Blamire on all of his films, and artwork by Bernie Wrightson, Don Marquez, Jim Garrison and myself. I also contributed a lengthy article on one of my favorite genre films of all time, Brides of Dracula.
All of this and more for $5.00 + $1.00 shipping and well worth every penny. Feel free to tell 'em I sent you. Ordering information as well as the full contents and back issue information can all be found here.