Monsterpalooza Launches Print Magazine

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For our money there’s no greater convention in the entire world than Eliot Brodsky’s incredible Monsterpalooza, is held each year in Los Angeles. What sets it apart from the rest is that it isn’t about meeting celebrities (though there are plenty on hand both signing and just walking around enjoying the show) and getting autographs. This show is about one thing and one thing only: MONSTERS! Which is why we’re nothing short of ecstatic that Brodsky is looking to expand his universe with Monsterpalooza Magazine.

From the Press Release
The premiere issue of Monsterpalooza Magazine, named after Eliot Brodsky’s Monsterpalooza Convention held annually in Burbank, California, is now available and ready to order direct from the publisher! Monsterpalooza Magazine brings you the best of classic and modern horror, fantasy and science fiction in film, literature, media, art, illustration, make-up and sculpture in its glossy print pages! 96 glorious pages — advertisement free! All killer! NO filler!

No. 1, Autumn 2011. Published quarterly. $9.95 (plus S&H) Order direct from the official Monsterpalooza Magazine website.

MONSTERPALOOZA MAGAZINE is published and edited by Michael Heisler and Mark Redfield. The cover art is by Jeff Preston. Writers in the premiere issue include Jeff Baham, Raymond Castile, Frank Dietz, Scott Essman, Pierre Fournier, David Gerrold, Daniel Griffith, Matt Lake, Sean Paul Murphy, Ted Newsom, Joe Nazzaro, Mark Redfield, Gary Don Rhodes, and Anthony Taylor.

Packed inside its 96 ad-free pages is Pierre Fournier’s story Dare You See It?, on the 80th Anniversary of the 1931 Frankenstein; David Gerrold (Star Trek, The Trouble With Tribbles) launches his regular column State of the Art; Anthony Taylor interviews sculptor Mike Hill; Ted Newsom contributed an in-depth career overview of the late Jimmy Sangster and his Hammer Film output; Joe Nazzaro honors the work of make-up maestro John Chambers; Jeff Baham (DoomBuggies) gives us the inside scoop on the creation of Disneyland’s The Haunted Mansion; Raymond Castile takes us to St. Louis for a report on the Vincentennial; Mark Redfield and Scott Essman pay tribute to Lon Chaney and Jack Pierce, respectively; and much, MUCH MORE!

MONSTERPALOOZA MAGAZINE launched in October, 2011, and is available now. Published and edited by Michael Heisler and Mark Redfield (through Redfield’s company Damfino Media), Monsterpalooza Magazine is published quarterly with the second issue due out in January, 2012. Named after the fabulous Monsterpalooza Convention held each spring in Burbank, California, produced by Eliot Brodsky. Heisler and Redfield, after considering several names for their new print ‘zine, approached Brodsky with the idea of naming it after his convention, and a deal was struck, happily for all. Monsterpalooza Magazine captures the spirit of creation and creators in celebrating all things fantastic in the seven arts, and the magazine brings you the best of classic and modern horror, fantasy and science fiction in film, literature, media, art, illustration, make-up and sculpture in its glossy print pages.

Order your copy of Monsterpalooza Magazine #1 made with loving care with in-depth writing and vibrant illustrations and photos at the official Monsterpalooza Magazine website today!

Monsterpalooza Launches Print Magazine

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