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Old 10-26-2020, 09:21 AM   #61
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Wombat is correct. Warrant is launching a new B&W, Horror magazine, supposedly next month, with Vampiress Carmilla. For my Hammer friends, you might recognize her name from their Karnstein Trilogy -





Tomorrow? Let's leave he States for a little while.
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Old Yesterday, 09:08 AM   #62
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Italy's Zora la Vampira. Tough to find a non-nude cover I could put, up but I managed -





Lasting only 2 issues, Devilina, publ. by Atlas in 1975, was a b&w mag. with even more of a slant towards exploitation -



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Old Yesterday, 09:13 AM   #63
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I've put a cover or two of Major Publications' 1969/70 Web Of Horror in earlier Halloween threads, but since this is a B&W Horror magazine themed thread, I thought I'd go ahead and repost them. It went only three issues & had a gross, silly, spidery host but the covers are very nice -





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Love that Wrightson cover.
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Love that Wrightson cover.
omg, it's the FREAKIN' BEST! Abominable Snowmen, deep-water monsters happening upon scuba-divers, Vampires carrying fainted women, Ghosts in trees, Cavern creatures ... if there's anything I've learned in researching this year's thread is that there are definitely recurring, almost archetypal images & themes that you can find over & over again. This Wrightson' cover is a prime example of the Snowman.
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