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Famous Monsters Unleashes Jason And Alice Hardy On Cover

Back in the beginning of February, we brought you the news of the new offshoot magazine from Famous Monsters of Filmland called Famous Monsters Underground. The cover for the first issue was revealed at that time with iconic horror figures from the 1980's, including Jason Voorhees. Now, an alternate cover has been revealed.

The alternate cover will be in stores and available and at the Famous Monsters website. The Monster Pile cover (the first cover that debuted) will go to Comic Stores and those who ordered it online already. Paul Garner is the artist who designed and illustrated this newest cover which oozes with 80's goodness.

Famous Monsters Undergbround #1 will feature the following:

Famous Monsters Underground #1 is a celebration of all that was good about the 80′s –  creepy campouts, imperiled babysitters, and nightmares made flesh. We chat with film legend John Carpenter about his classic horror flicks and his return to the director’s chair; chronicle the rise of shock rock; and pick Tom Savini‘s brain about the ’80s FX make-up revolution. We sit down for an in-depth interview with legendary exploitation auteur Frank Henenlotter, talk vampires and remakes with Fright Night and Child’s Play writer/director Tom Holland, and go behind the scenes of the 1981 cult classic, The Burning. The debut issue also features exclusive contemporary content, including a revealing talk with Jack Ketchum about his new book and film The Woman, a profile of artist and tattoo legend Bob Tyrrell, a guide to the best genre sites on the internet, and much more.

To order, make sure to visit http://www.famousmonstersoffilmland.com/

The First Cover That Was For Sale

The Alternate Cover
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