A very good monster magazine for the 1960s, Modern Monsters was more adult with its coverage of horror. In this issue 4, Glenn Strange provides interesting behind-the-scenes tidbits from his horror jaunts, Miniatures-Kill or Cure? is pondered by Bob Villard, and Victor Morrison shows us The Invisible Man and His Friends, or something like that. There's a full color centerfold to pin up, and King Kong and Spy Smasher are examined. At over 80 pages, with pictures galore, and layout that's plain but easy-reading, it's a shame Modern Monsters didn't continue past four issues. (Go to part 2)
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