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With this issue, head back to the early days of Hammer Horror with an exploration of The Curse of Frankenstein. At the time of its 1957 release it horrified critics, sent audiences wild, and made cash registers (not to mention Hammer themselves) very happy. It was the dawn of the age of English gothic, and there’s never been anything like it since. Our cover story " celebrated with Daniel Horne’s awe-inspiring painting of Christopher Lee as the Creature " unpicks the stitches of a truly iconic horror film that paved the way for an entire sub-genre of monster cinema.
This is Issue #19. Published July 2020 by Stripey Media. 64 full-color, glossy pages.
Collectors Note: Brand-new and uncirculated. We always pick the best copy available. First come, first served. Copies nearing the end of stock may have a dinged corner or two.