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Re: The most laughable kaiju, in your opinion (reply)
Not really into the "laughable" aspect, since a lot of the kaiju I think are worth posting are supposed to be weird and goofy. But here's one of my favorite goofy monsters, from the TV show ULTRA 7:It's DINOSAUR TANK!
Japanese Giants

Doc Martin4

03/02/16 3:56 PM
Re: The most laughable kaiju, in your opinion (reply)
We're talking result, not intent here.Fair enough. I started out just pointing out the fact that the name was not originally intended to mean "Caesar" in the Roman leader sense. I always get a big grin when his ears pop up like a dog...
Japanese Giants

Doc Martin4

03/02/16 3:47 PM
Re: The most laughable kaiju, in your opinion (reply)
King Caesar! Not only in looks, but the name! No relation to Sid, Adolph or Julius. The redundancy makes me chuckle as well- sort of like saying "Emperor Monarch"!Not much to do about the name. King Shisa (transliterated into "Caesar"...
Japanese Giants

Doc Martin4

03/01/16 3:58 PM
Re: Giant Monster Varan (reply)
The Japanese version is so much better than the awful U.S. version. But it's still a pretty low-key affair. Not terribly exciting, and without much in the way of the exciting urban destruction that other Toho kaiju films of the same era...
Japanese Giants

Doc Martin4

02/29/16 8:56 PM
Re: MAD SCIENTIST #23  (reply)
If I had enough material for a double sized issue, I'd probably be back on my 2 issues a year schedule! Maybe next time!Martin
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

02/01/16 5:25 PM
Re: MAD SCIENTIST #23  (reply)
Yes, I am most definitely behind. Somehow, for almost 15 years, I managed to maintain a regular, semi-annual publication schedule.  Those days seem to have gone, with only one issue out last year. I am working on issue 31, and expect it...
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

01/11/16 5:31 PM
Re: MAD SCIENTIST #30! (reply)
I was really happy with that 8mm movie article. I'm bugging the author to write a follow-up! Thanks for the comments on the RODAN article. It was fun to write!
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

03/13/15 2:35 PM
Re: MAD SCIENTIST #30! (reply)
Not a chance of going through Diamond. I don't have anywhere near the print run they need, and while I've been on a regular schedule (until this issue, whoo boy, it was late!), that could always change with a moment's notice. Don't want...
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

03/12/15 8:54 PM
Re: MAD SCIENTIST #30! (reply)
Thanks!
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

03/09/15 8:01 PM
Re: MAD SCIENTIST #30! (reply)
Thanks! I hope you enjoy it! Hey Octopus! I'd love to do a King Kong vs. Godzilla article at some point. That's the first Godzilla movie I ever saw, and I was probably only ~4 years old. But I can still remember sitting enthralled while...
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

03/04/15 3:04 PM
Re: Here's where to discuss RONDO 13 as the voting continues... (reply)
Thanks again for the nominations for Mad Scientist! I really hope Mark Maddox's Dracula cover gets a lot of votes, because I know he had wanted to do a "technicolor" Lugosi Dracula for more than 10 years! And thanks for nominating my...
Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards

Doc Martin4

03/04/15 3:01 PM
MAD SCIENTIST #30! (topic)
At long last, issue 30 of MAD SCIENTIST is ready to go! This issue is chock full of goodies, wrapped in a Mark Maddox cover! This issue's contents include:I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial) Rodan!Collecting 8mm monster movies!Doctor Who...
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

02/24/15 4:14 PM
Re: A History of Horror Film Fanzines in LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS. Should we continue? (reply)
As someone who came into fandom after many of these zines had folded, only picking up a few back issues of JFFJ and Japanese Giants along the way, I've enjoyed the history articles a lot. Of course, as someone carrying the mutant "gotta...
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

11/24/14 8:11 PM
Re: MAD SCIENTIST #29 (reply)
Thanks for the kind review, taraco! I'll be honest with you, I haven't seen Dracula in quite a few years, and I remember finding it very slow and dull. My expectation was that this article would have an "if only" tone throughout, but...
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

09/24/14 9:14 PM
Re: MAD SCIENTIST #29 (reply)
I have indeed been using Ka-Blam. This will be the third issue printed by them.
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

09/02/14 7:46 PM
MAD SCIENTIST #29 (topic)
It's a little late, but issue 29 is at the printers and available for preorder now. Features a beautiful cover of Bela Lugosi as Dracula by Mark Maddox.You can preorder here:http://www.madscientistzine.com/
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

08/29/14 1:14 PM
Re: G Fest XXI (reply)
Yep, I'll be there all weekend!
Classic Horror News and Events

Doc Martin4

07/07/14 3:18 PM
Re: MAD SCIENTIST #28 (reply)
http://madscientistzine.com/ I'm expecting this issue back from the printer in the next week or two. This issue features: A full-color cover by Mark Maddox Atragon Robot Monster Doctor Who Season 10 1974: A Year in Review Dying oceans in...
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

02/07/14 5:44 PM
Re: Current Classic Horror Magazines ? (reply)
While not strictly "classic" in a strict sense (the next issue features a ROBOT MONSTER cover), Mad Scientist does focus almost exclusively on genre items prior to 1975. http://madscientistzine.com/ Martin
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

02/07/14 5:38 PM
Re: Afterlife with Archie - Zombies invade Riverdale! (reply)
I've been reading this too. I was hesitant at first, because I'm definitely a comics fan who feels that certain characters are all-ages and should never be placed in a more adult context. However, this is a really interesting read. It...
Horror Comics and Fantasy Art

Doc Martin4

01/23/14 9:33 PM