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Re: FAMOUS MONSTERS #269

PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 4:58 pm
by Destroysall
mr.negativity wrote:FAMOUS MONSTERS #269
This summer the Kaiju invade the pages of FAMOUS MONSTERS once again. But this year they're not alone. In honor of Guillermo del Toro's (HELLBOY 1&2, BLADE 2) new film PACIFIC RIM, FM will feature the best of giant monsters battling giant robots. August Ragone and his kaiju crew return once again to take you to school. From Godzilla battling Mechagodzilla to del Toro's giant robots (Jaegers) defending earth from trans-dimensional giant beasts, we'll have only the best to bring to you from the Land of the Rising Kaiju. With GODZILLA VS. MECHAGODZILLA by Bob Eggleton.
I picked up mine at a local Barnes & Nobles. Mine says it's First Edition. :)

Re: FAMOUS MONSTERS #274

PostPosted: Sat Aug 30, 2014 5:10 am
by mr.negativity
FAMOUS MONSTERS APRIL 21, 2014:
A SNEAK PEEK AT FM 274
HOLLY INTERLANDI wrote:FM 274 will feature our exclusive GODZILLA TIMELINE, featuring writeups and information on all 29 existing Godzilla films—plus a little interview with director Gareth Edwards about the new Warner Bros. film debuting in May.

Never fear, though, as there’s still plenty of material for people who haven’t learned to love Godzilla yet, including:

    ENTER THE DRAGON: Film legend and frequent FM collaborator Rick Baker details his process of prosthetics for Angelina Jolie in Disney’s MALEFICENT.
    COUNTDOWN TO EXTINCTION: WORLD WAR Z author Max Brooks, King of Literary Zombies, has taken to Avatar Press to tell his most recent apocalyptic tale.
    GIANTS AMONG US: There is one title currently dominating the anime fantasy landscape, and its name is ATTACK ON TITAN.
    KILLING TIME: Hiroshi Sakurazaka’s Sci-Fi saga ALL YOU NEED IS KILL has come to dominate many different mediums: novel, manga, graphic novel, and now major Hollywood studio film—Tom Cruise’s EDGE OF TOMORROW.
    ALL ALONG THE WATCHTOWER: NIGHT WATCH author Sergei Lukyanenko walks us through the latest installment in his urban fantasy series.
    OUT COME THE WOLVES: How do you merge werewolves with a western? Eric Red is here to tell us how, and share some of his experience in writing and filmmaking.