With issue 3 of The Monster Times (March 1972), bugs in movies and buggy superheroes in comic books get the magnifying glass treatment. So does King Kong with part 2 of The Men Who Saved Kong. Them gets a lengthy article. It's not a review but more like a storyline of the movie, including the dialog and events, all very literary--and boring if you've seen the movie. H.G. Wells Empire of the Ants also gets this treatment; the book, not the movie. Dare see the movie only if you want your brain to turn to jelly as Joan Collins screams in terror from the awful special effects. On another note, of particular interest is Dean Latimer's lambasting of A Marvelous Evening with Stan Lee, which took place at Carnegie Hall, 4 dollars and fifty cents a ticket. "The audience left in stunned silence, after often yawning louder than the fabulously fraught festivities."