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MAD SCIENTIST


- First issue: 2000
- "A print fanzine that focuses on science fiction, horror, and monsters in various media."
- Published by Martin Arlt
- Website: www.madscientistzine.com

Classic Monsters, Horror, Sci-Fi
Fanzine
from
United States
Last updated:
7 June 2017
19 July 2016

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Scott Matheson
Garry Malvern
CONTENTS: 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2016 2017 GALLERIES: 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2016 2017 All DATABASE INFO
32 listed issue(s)
Full listing

Issue 32
Summer 2017



Issue 31
Summer 2016



Issue 30
Winter 2015



Issue 29
Fall 2014



Issue 28
Winter 2014



Issue 27
Summer 2013



Issue 26
Winter 2012

Featuring: Frankenstein Conquers the World, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, Charlton's Reptilicus/Reptisaurus Comics, Interview with EC Comics Artist Jack Davis, Chicago's Shock Theatre.


Issue 25
Summer 2012

Featuring: The Mummy's Hand, Doctor Who Season 8, Monster Profile: Ultra-Q's Garamon, Interview with EC Comics Writer/Artist Al Feldstein, A Report of G-Tour's Visit to the 2011 Ultraman Festival.


Issue 24
Fall 2011

A full-color cover by Mark Maddox.
I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial).
Godzilla vs. Hedorah!
Doctor Who Season 7.
H.P. Lovecraft's At the Mountains of Madness.
Movies Monsters: A vintage children's "how-to" book.
A report of G-Tour 2's visit to Toho Studios.
Art by Don Marquez, Jim Garrison, Greg Jarnigan, Allen Koszowski, and John Rozum.
Plus more!


Issue 23
June/July/August 2011

A full-color cover by Mark Maddox
I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
Invasion of the Saucer Men!
A short interview with Trace Beaulieu (Mystery Science Theater 3000)
Journey to the Beginning of Time
Doctor Who: Season 6, 1968-1969
Weird Tales in Other Media: A Checklist
Vault of Comics: Dark Horse's Godzilla Color Special
Art by Don Marquez, Jim Garrison, and Greg Jarnigan
Plus more!


Issue 22
Fall 2010

  • A full-color cover by Hugo Award winning artist, Bob Eggleton
  • I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
  • Varan the Unbelievable!
  • An extensive interview with Larry Blamire (Lost Skeleton of Cadavra, Trail of the Screaming Forehead, Lost Skeleton Returns Again, Dark and Stormy Night)
  • The Legend of Boggy Creek
  • Brides of Dracula
  • Tales from the Lab
  • Vintage science fiction LPs
  • Art by Bernie Wrightson, Don Marquez, Jim Garrison, and John Rozum
  • Plus more!


Issue 21
July/August/September 2010

- The Monster That Challenged the World!
- An appreciation of Ishiro Honda by Peter H. Brothers
- Monster Profile: Ebirah
- A consideration of artificial evolution in The Island of Doctor Moreau and The Alligator People by Allen Debus
- A selection of storyboard art from The Mist by Pete Von Sholly
- A look back at Doctor Who, Season 16 ("The Key to Time") by Matt Sanborn, including brand new interviews with cast and crew
- A new installment of "Tales from the Lab"
- "Vault of Comics" The Incredible Hulk #1
- And, of course, more!


Issue 20
Fall 2009

* A full-color cover by Pete Von Sholly
* I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
* Retrospective: 10 Years of Mad Scientist
* War Eagles: Willis O'Brien's lost film project
* Universal's The Mummy's Curse
* Tales from the Lab: Zombie squirrels (trust me! * Doctor Who Season 5: 1967-1968
* Vault of Comics: Chamber of Chills 17
* Art by Don Marquez, Dave Aikins, Mark Jiro, Okui, and John Rozum
* Plus more!


Issue 19
Spring 2009

A full-color painted cover by Don Marquez!
I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
A Tribute to Forrest J Ackerman
Space:1999!
Evolution of Gill Men in fiction
Movie Review: House on Haunted Hill (1959)
Monster Profile: Gorosaurus
Tales from the Lab!
Doctor Who Season 4: 1966-1967
Vault of Comics: Tales from the Crypt!
Art by Pete Von Sholly, Mark Jiro, Okui, John Rozum, and Andy Runton!
Plus more!


Issue 18
Fall 2008

A full-color painted cover by Don Marquez!
I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
Filmbook and Commentary: The Gamera series!
Mad Scientists and Monster Cavemen!
Movie Review: The Bubble (1966)
Monster Profile: The Giant Claw
Doctor Who Season 3: 1965-1966
Vault of Comics: King Kong!
Art by Todd Tennant and Pete Von Sholly!
Plus more!


Issue 17
Spring 2008

A full-color painted cover by Steve Fastner and Rich Larson!
I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
Filmbook and Commentary: Them!
Violence and Pre-Code Horror Comics
Prehistoric monster movies
Monster Profile: Manda
Doctor Who Season 2: 1963-1964
Tales from the Lab
Art by Mark Jiro Okui, Pete Von Sholly, Dave Aikens, Chris Moreno and Fred Hembeck!
Plus more!


Issue 16
Fall 2007

A full-color painted cover by Don Marquez!
I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
Filmbook and Commentary: Godzilla vs. Monster Zero
DC Comics' War that Time Forgot
The A.I.P. Monsters of Paul Blaisdell
The Biggest Star Wars Playset Kenner Didn't Make
Doctor Who Season 1: 1963-164
Vault of Comics: Tales of Suspense #31
Reviews
Art by Mark Jiro Okui, Pete Von Sholly, Dave Aikens, Chris Moreno and John Rozum!
Plus more!


Issue 15
Summer 2007

A full-color cover by Pete Von Sholly!
I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
Filmbook and Commentary: Beast from 20,000 Fathoms
Edgar Rice Burroughs' Monster Men
10 gruesome pre-code horror comics
Tales from the Lab
Reviews
Art by Mark Jiro Okui
Plus more!


Issue 14
Fall 2006

32 pages
* An original, full-color cover by Mark Jiro Okui
* I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
* Filmbook and Commentary: Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man
* Other film appearances by King Kong's animation puppets
* Marvel's Micronauts Comics: A Retrospective
* Tales from the Lab
* Reviews
* Art by Dave Aikins and Chris Moreno
* Plus more!


Issue 13
Spring 2006

32 pages
* An original cover by Mike Hoffman
* I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
* Filmbook and Commentary: X-The Unknown!
* Top 10 Aliens from 1950s SF Films
* Marvel's Micronauts Comics: A Retrospective
* Tales from the Lab: Dinosaurs!
* Reviews
* Art by Joe Rubinstein, Mark Jiro Okui, Dave Aikins
* Plus more!


Issue 12
Fall 2005

32 pages
* An original cover by Todd Tennant
* I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
* Film Review: Godzilla: Final Wars
* Collecting Dinosaur Comics: Turok, Son of Stone
* Top 10 Doctor Who Stories
* Vault of Comics: Vault of Horror #35
* Art by Mark Jiro Okui, Rich Larson, and Dave Aikins
* Plus more!


Issue 11
Spring 2005

36 pages
* An original cover by Rich Larson
* I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
* Filmbook and Commentary: It! The Terror from Beyond Space!
* An interview with one of the creators of the upcoming PC monster game, They Came from Hollywood
* The Monsters of Godzilla: Final Wars
* Collecting Dinosaur Comics
* Tales from the Lab
* Art by Mark Jiro Okui, Chris Scalf, and Dave Aikins
* Plus more!


Issue 10
Fall 2004

32 pages
# An original cover by artist Mike Hoffman
# I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
# Filmbook and Commentary: The Mysterians
# Filmbook and Commentary: Planet of Dinosaurs
# Tales from the Lab: A tribute to Noriaki Yuasa
# Vault of Comics: Amazing Adventures #1
# A drawing by artist Rich Larson
# Art by Mark Okui
# A drawing by comics artist Kerry Gammill
# Plus more!


Issue 9
Spring 2004

32 pages
* I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
* Filmbook and Commentary: The Trollenberg Terror (The Crawling Eye)
* Ray Harryhausen's Unmade War of the Worlds
* Top 10 TV and Movie Robots
* Tales from the Lab
* A drawing by artist William Stout
* Art by artist Rich Larson
* Plus more!


Issue 8
Fall 2003

32 pages
* I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
* Filmbook and Commentary: Destroy All Monsters
* Top 10 Kaiju Battles
* Filmbook and Commentary: Half Human
* Retrospective on the movie theater promotional comic book for Godzilla vs. Megalon
* A drawing by artist Rich Larson
* A drawing by artist Chris Scalf
* Plus more!


Issue 7
Spring 2003

36 pages
* I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
* Filmbook and Commentary: The Lost World (1925)
* Charlton's 1970s post-Armageddon comic: Doomsday +1
* The Mole People: A Review
* A drawing by fantasy artist Mike Hoffman
* Art by comic artist Fred Hembeck
* Plus more!


Issue 6
Fall 2002

32 pages
* I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
* Filmbook and Commentary: Quatermass 2
* Godzilla at Marvel Comics, Part 5 (Final installment)
* Invasion of the Saucer Men: A Review
* A drawing by Rich Larson
* A look at the stop motion films of Michael Aguilar
* Plus more!


Issue 5
Spring 2002

36 pages
* I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
* Filmbook and Commentary: The Man from Planet X
* Filmbook and Commentary: The Ghost of Slumber Mountain
* Godzilla at Marvel Comics, Part 4
* Top 10 List: E.C. Horror Comic Covers
* Tales from the Lab
* A drawing by dinosaur artist, William Stout
* A previously unpublished character model sheet of the Micronauts' Baron Karza by comics legend, Gil Kane
* Plus more!


Issue 4
November 2001

32 pages
* I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
* Filmbook and Commentary: Fiend Without a Face
* Marvel's Pre-hero Monster Comics
* Monster Profile: Baragon
* Tales from the Lab
* A drawing by comic artist, Steve Lieber
* Plus more!


Issue 3
April 2001

* I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
* Top 10 Dinosaur Movies
* Filmbook and Commentary: The House of Frankenstein
* Marvel Comics' Godzilla Series: A Retrospective (Part III: Issues 12-16)
* Tales from the Lab
* A back cover by comic/fantasy artist, Mike Hoffman
* Plus more!
36 pages.


Issue 2
November 2000

* I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
* Top 10 Science Fiction and Horror Movie Posters of the 1950s
* The Dinosaurs of The Animal World
* Marvel Comics' Godzilla Series: A Retrospective (Part II: Issues 6-11)
* Plague & Pestilence: A game of peace, war and plague in the Middle Ages...
* Plus more!


Issue 1
May 2000

* I Bid You Welcome... (Editorial)
* Top 10 Achievements in Film Monsters
* The Flesh Eaters: A Filmbook
* Marvel Comics' Godzilla Series: A Retrospective (Part I: Issues 1-5)
* Crush, Crumble, & Chomp! A Computer Game of Monstrous Proportions
* Tales from the Lab: A Comic Strip Remembering My Childhood with Famous Monsters
* Plus more!

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