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FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND
ISSUE No 10
(Vol 3, No. 1)
COVER by BASIL GOGOS:
Claude Rains in the 1943 Phantom of the Opera.
4 FANG MAIL
Letters received by the Editor from the United Stakes Ghost Man, written by the
Monsters we love best—the readers.
6 THE TOMB MACHINE
From Mummies to Time Travelers, from Zombies to Space Voyagers, our Forecasticon
(Patent Pending) probes the Future for News of Fantastic Films to Come —and a Few
that are Here Now.
16 SON OF MAD LABS
You'd be Mad too if your Brain Surgeon didn't suture fancy!
21 HELP STILL WANTED
It's a pretty terrible THING when we have to ask readers for Help—but here's a way to
help us and help Yourself to $25.00.
22 MENACE. ANYONE?
Robert Bloch, famed Author of PSYCHO, psychoanalyzes Movies of the Macabre. It's
the Last Word on Weird Films from the Merchant of Menace, the Man who has the
Brain of a Genius... and refuses to give it back despite Donovan's piteous pleas.
Seriously: This is a serious article of research and opinion and we are anticipating
your favorable reaction.
30 MONSTERS WERE HIS MEAT
Old Mongo Proverb say, "A Gordon in hand worth two in the bush." And Flash Gordon
was never bushed; In response to Hundreds of letters, here at last is the complete
Gordon story —told in exciting Flashbacks for his millions of fans.
38 THREE CURRENT THRILLERS
TORMENTED (you'll shiver) . . . CALTIKI (you'll shake) .. . THE LOST WORLD
(guaranteed to keep you awake).
44 RETURN OF THE PHANTOM
You can't creep a Good Monster down. The Orge of the Opera revives after last issue's
52 MONSTER MARKET PLACE
Better than the Scares-Roebuck Catalog! Everything you need to make you a Better
Monster: Home Horror Movies, LP Records, Masks, Claws, Monster Kits, De-cals,
Skeletons, Skulls, Projectors, and you-name-it-we-have-it.