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Frankenstein Famous Monsters Of Filmland Frankenstein Front & Back Cover, and inside too. 100th Issue, 1973.

Famous Monsters Of Filmland.
Warren Publishing.
Published in 1973.
100 amazing pages.
From the Silver Age.

Some of the feature articles and incredible photographs from monster movies past and up tothat moment in time in this special anniversary 100th issue include:
* Boris Karloff as the Frankenstein monster cover painting is by Basil Gogos. The back cover is an enlargement of the front cover painting of Karloff.
* The Bride Of Frankenstein. Forest J. Ackerman interviews Mae Clark, loaded with tons of information about the Monster and more.
* Great feature history on the first 15 years of Famous Monsters;
* an added Lugosi filmography;
* some of the classic Monsters Of Filmland, from past issues, are included in this phenomenally filled compilation past to the present at that moment in 1973 issue.
* Farewell to Edward G. Robinson,
* "Kong Men Die" - obituaries for Robert Armstrong and Merian C. Cooper, the King Kong men.
* "Professor Gruebeard,
* Upcoming future Fear films, with great photos.
* and more.

If your collection of Famous Monsters was thrown away by your parents, here's a chance to see some of those early images indelibly etched in your mind.

Condition: In Very Good to Excellent Condition, spine tight to pages and pages tight to each other and to the spine, there's a very small nik/tear/clip indention on the back cover, and a clip indention at the very top page edge from page 47 onto the back cover (see image of back cover). There are slight soft indention marks on the front cover exceptionally hard to notice unless held at an angle. Otherwise, all the pages are devoid of cuts, or tears, or niks. No writing. No creases. With the patina of age, and shelf life, adding to the charm of this wonderful, pretty darn rare Forry Ackerman classic.

Great for home decor, looks great on a table, a great read, or a must have man cave display in a magazine rack or along with other collectibles.

Convo about shipping if you are an interested International buyer.

The Past Meets The Present at culPOPture, reading into the future.

Famous Monsters, Frankenstein, 100th Issue Boris Karloff 1973, Basil Gogos

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: paper
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