In this 4th issue of The Monster Times, March 15th 1972, the Monster Market provides a "reliable market-test to rely upon before sending money..." for the 7-foot tall Frankenstein Monster from Honor House. I'm sure their advertisers loved this new feature of TMT. The review was not positive by the way, but what do you expect for a buck and 25 cents postage? On a more positive note, The Bride of Frankenstein is led down the isle of fandom, Roger Corman Meets Edgar Allan Poe, and The Pulps get their comeuppance. The usual centerfold poster is replaced in this issue by A Gnawing Obsession by Jeff Jones. The Monster Times Teletype, Con-Calendar, and the Monster Fan-Fair classifieds keep the fan news going, too.
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