Tag Archives: horror

Mars Attacks Cards

The card above looks like Tim Burton’s Mars Attacks!, but it’s from the popular science fiction trading card series Mars Attacks. The bubble-gum cards were released by Topps in 1962, created by Brown and Woody Gelman and were the base … Continue reading

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Dime Mystery Magazine

A nice gallery with covers of all the numbers of Dime Mystery Magazine. Dime Mystery (Book) Magazine started off as a fairly staid pulp under the name Dime Mystery Book Magazine featuring a full-length “two-dollar novel” and a few short … Continue reading

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Zakarella

The classic sexy comic books’ Vampirella had a Portuguese version: Zakarella, illustrated by Carlos Alberto Santos. On O Fantástico ilustrado por Carlos Alberto Santos (The fantastic illustrated by Carlos Alberto Santos), there are five covers of this Portuguese version and … Continue reading

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Mia Mäkilä

Mia Mäkilä is a Swedish artist who creates dark and disturbing images, on in her words, horror art & collages. Her work has influences of Hieronymus Bosch, Pieter Bruegel the elder, Francisco de Goya, Johann Heinrich Fuseli, Frida Kahlo and … Continue reading

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Monster Party

The 2007 Fantasy Filmfest, a German festival of science fiction, horror and thriller films, has a delightful trailer: Monster Party. I’m a huge fan of the monsters of horror films, even the bad films, and this excellent stop-motion animation has … Continue reading

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Happy Friday Monster Cat Blogging

It’s Friday and it’s thirteen! I’m going to make my contributions to Friday Cat Blogging and some horror. I hope you enjoy. Jaakko, a The Groovy Age of Horror (NSFW) contributer, posted about Biglie Humane (The Human Balls), a fumetti … Continue reading

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The Surreal Adventures of Edgar Allan Poo

As a fan of Edgar Allan Poe‘s works is my duty follow an on-line comic called The Surreal Adventures of Edgar Allan Poo. The Surreal Adventures of Edgar Allan Poo is a series of children’s books created and written by … Continue reading

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The Hammer Collection De Daniel Frenette

The Hammer Collection De Daniel Frenette, aka “La Passion De La Hammer Films”, is a homage of Daniel Frenette to the Hammer Film Productions. The site tells the story of the Hammer films and the companies that bet in the … Continue reading

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Vampirella

The sexy vampire heroine Vampirella, created by Forrest J. Ackerman, has been homaged in hundreds of sites. Vampirella Comics is the best I saw until now. The excellent site was created by an obsessive Vampirella’s fan and his wife, that … Continue reading

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Scream Queens

The first time I heard the expression “Scream queen” was in the documentary about horror films history, 100 Years of Horror, hosted by Christopher Lee, which, by the way, I highly recommend. But what is a scream queen? It is … Continue reading

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