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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
Re: The Classic Dr Who thread (reply)
106 episodes recovered in Africa? Impossible, as all those episodes were not sold there (Daleks Master Plan was never sold outside the UK). However, we do have at least two stories to watch in the very near future. Well, 1 and 5/6...
TV Terrors

Doc Martin4

10/08/13 1:20 PM
Re: Mad Scientist #27  (reply)
Okay, the link above has been fixed.
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

06/26/13 1:37 PM
Re: Mad Scientist #27  (reply)
Aww, you broke out of the loop...
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

06/26/13 1:36 PM
Re: Mad Scientist #27  (reply)
The pre-order link watch is over! You can now preorder issue 27 to your heart's content!http://www.madscientistzine.com/
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

06/26/13 12:53 PM
Re: Mad Scientist #27  (reply)
Soon. Soooooooonnnnn...I promise!
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

06/25/13 11:58 PM
Re: The Classic Dr Who thread (reply)
When I saw the headline, "The most exciting Doctor Who rumor in years" I thought it should have read, "The same Doctor Who rumor we've been hearing for years." But of course, I want it to be true so I went on a fact-finding mission....
TV Terrors

Doc Martin4

06/17/13 12:50 PM
Re: G Fest XX  (reply)
I'll be there as usual!
Japanese Giants

Doc Martin4

06/16/13 6:28 PM
Re: Mad Scientist #27  (reply)
Thanks for the kind words! But, man, I cringe whenever I look at the covers I drew!
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

06/09/13 5:45 PM
Re: UPDATED: Complete Boxoffice Performance of Sc-fi and Horror in the 1950's  (reply)
Rick, the only difference is that I used numbers that can be counted on one hand. I mean, 7 and 3? C'mon! P.S. Because I'm a stickler for detail: "Mean" and "average" are the same thing. You're thinking of "Median".
'50s Horror and Sci-Fi

Doc Martin4

06/07/13 6:39 PM
Re: UPDATED: Complete Boxoffice Performance of Sc-fi and Horror in the 1950's  (reply)
2. "187 Features Out of 345 Do Average or Better." Do you have to be a mathematical genius to know that only 173 out of 345 can do average or better?Not true. Take, for example, the series 1,2,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3. Average is 2.7. 80% of...
'50s Horror and Sci-Fi

Doc Martin4

06/07/13 5:24 PM
Mad Scientist #27  (topic)
The next issue of Mad Scientist is at the printer. If all goes well, it should have it just in time for G-Fest! More info soon, but in the meantime, here's the cover by Mark Maddox:
Horror Film Books and Magazines

Doc Martin4

06/06/13 12:52 AM
Re: The Classic Dr Who thread (reply)
For a story that hasnt been that well regarded over the years, it is still a welcome addition since the amount of Troughton material is scarce as it is.My reaction when I heard that one of the two recovered episodes was from this was...
TV Terrors

Doc Martin4

04/13/13 9:39 PM
Re: THE WALKING DEAD (reply)
I think if the hiker had been alive on the return trip, they would have stopped for him. I see Morgan as a wakeup call for how far they've all fallen.
TV Terrors

Doc Martin4

03/06/13 4:28 PM