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In 2013 I gave a very bloody (though black and white) birth to Monsters After Midnight Magazine. The idea of the magazine was to keep the memories of the classic monster genre alive for future generations. I was however not fully prepared for the nightmare that accompanied the creation of such a publication. Though I found many monster fans and monsters kids who loved the genre and did their best to support the magazine, They contributed articles, gave me fantastic moral support and offered wonderful reviews of the magazines content.

But in today’s horror world, magazines have found their way into the trash bin of American history. The monster movie genre has found a whole new cave to dwell in. The new lair is to be found in places like facebook, blogs and websites. The awesome side of this monsterous fact is that monster fans can immediately interact with the content. This attribute is magical in many ways.

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