September 24, 2011

New In Print - Shadowland Magazine

Here's a look at a new magazine that is ready to order. It's $6.65 and is available from Judging from the below press release there seems to be a good mix articles contained within. Personally I have always been a fan of print magazines and I will be sure to check this one out when I get the chance.


Take a journey into the shadows with Shadowland Magazine, a quarterly publication that covers the best in horror, sci-fi & fantasy entertainment! Each issue contains retrospectives, exclusive interviews, movie reviews, industry news, and so much more! The average issue is 52 pages with a full-color cover and black-and-white interior.

Contents of Shadowland Magazine Issue #1:

The Phantom Unmasked: An exhaustive retrospective on the history of The Phantom of the Opera in film, television, and literature.

Godzilla In Comics – The Marvel Years: Toho's King of the Monsters in the Mighty Marvel Manner! A fond remembrance of Godzilla's 1970s comic battles with S.H.I.E.L.D., the Fantastic Four, Devil Dinosaur, the Champions, and The Avengers.

The Lost Spielberg Film: In 1982 Steven Spielberg's E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial smashed box office records, but it wasn't the film the renowned director set out to direct. We examine the origins of Spielberg's child-friendly film, which was originally intended as a horrific sci-fi/thriller entitled: Night Skies.

Robocop – The Series: A look at the short-lived RoboCop TV series from 1994.

The First Avenger on Film! Captain America may be Marvel's latest summer blockbuster, but what of his other on-screen adventures? A glimpse back at the Star-Spangled Avenger's 1940s cliffhanger serial, his animated show, two made-for-tv movies, and his '90s flick Marvel tried to hide.

Exclusive Interviews: We revisit the 1979 made-for-television Captain America film with director Rod Holcomb and speak with storyboard artist, writer, producer, and director, Will Meugniot, about Marvel's attempt at a '90sCaptain America animated series.

Poster Wars: A look at the movie posters of Captain America: The First Avenger.

Interview with Dwayne Pinkney: We talk with artist Dwayne Pinkney about his jaw-dropping artwork.

Beyond Fantastique: Reviews of Hobo with a ShotgunRock 'n' Roll NightmareBasiliskZone TroopersShock WavesThe Art of Hammer: The Offical Poster Collection from the Archive of Hammer Films, and Spooky Encounters: A Gwailo's Guide to Hong Kong Horror.

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