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MONSTER ATTACK TEAM

- First and last issue: 1990-2014
- Japanese monsters and super-heros.
- Started as a small newsletter and published seven issues in the '90s.
- Editor: Ed Holland.
- Taken on by Famous Monsters Of Filmland in 2013.
- Returns independently in 2014.
- Website: www.monsterattackteam.com

Classic Monsters, Horror
Irregular
Fanzine
from
United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
26 October 2014

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
CONTENTS: 2010 2013 2014 (There are undated issues)GALLERIES: 2010 2013 2014 All (There are undated issues)DATABASE INFO
11 listed issue(s)
Full listing

Issue 11
October/November 2014



Issue 8.5


Issue 1
May 2013

The world’s oldest and best-selling monster fan magazine, FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND, is preparing to launch its new Japanese Monster and pop culture magazine, MONSTER ATTACK TEAM. MAT was THE foremost Daikaiju (giant Japanese beasts) and Japanese Sci-Fi fanzine in the US and is now teaming with FM to make their mainstream debut. This semi-annual publication will focus on everything from GODZILLA, ULTRAMAN, and KAMEN RIDER to Japanese rock bands, anime/manga, art, and more. The premiere is jam-packed with exclusives like a chat with the original Godzilla, HARUO NAKAJIMA, a look at the classic Japanese heavy metal scene, exclusive features on the new KYORYUGER and SPACE SHERIFF GAVAN projects, a review of the latest ULTRAMAN film, and many other classic and contemporary exclusives. The cover features the new KYORYUGER character and SPACE SHERIFF GAVAN painted by FM artist Bob Eggleton (JIMMY NEUTRON), with GODZILLA v. MECHAGODZILLA interior cutout by Matt Frank (GODZILLA LEGENDS).


Issue 8
March/April/May 2010

Go Go Godzilla
Patricia Rodriguez parties kaiju-style in Dallas, Texas.
Monster Toy Madness
Japanese style toys are the big thing for sculptors.
The Last Showakan Picture Show
August Ragone looks back with fondness of the end of a cinematic era.
Big Man Japan
Mini review by Steve Norwood.
Kikaida 01
David McRobie provides an overview and episode guide to the classic Toei tokusatsu series.
Kamen Knowledge
Who was that masked cricket motorcycle man? August Ragone knows!
Godman and Greenman
Mike Bianco explains how Toho kept school children occupied for five minutes at a time in the 1970's.
Working Among the Monsters
Would you like to have Ultraman as your boss? Brad Warner did, and made it happen.
The Fantastic Cinema of Kinji Fukasaku
M.G. Keller gives an overview of the director's sci-fi and fantasy films.
The Ultraman That Almost Was
M.G. Keller, Don Glut and Alex Wald provide insight into a fascinating project that never saw the light of day.
The Selling of Japanese Science Fiction
Ed Godziszewski shares knowledge and visuals of fantastic Japanese film posters and advertising.
The Last Dinosaur
Stuart Galbraith IV talks about the latest DVD release of the 1970's Tsuburaya telefilm.
Tik Tak Talk
Lock up your daughters and brush up on your boxing. Tak Sakaguchi is in town, and M.G. Keller has an exclusive interview with him.
Putting Faces To Names
We enjoy their movies, but could we pick them out in a crowd? David Milner could, and gives us a visual reference to do so.
Wataru Mimura and Hiroshi Kashiwabara
MJ Simpson provides an interview with these two Godzilla screenwriters.
Jail Time
Jail O'Hashi is the guitarist for rock band Seikima-II. Edward Holland has a chat with Demon's right hand axe-man.
Shut Your Venus Flytrap!
Think you've seen it all? How about a Japanese monster movie made by the US military and written by Ed Wood? Dr. Robert Kiss fills us in.
Not Just A Burnt Lizard
Nikkatsu's Daikaiju Gappa was a monster never seen before and not seen since. Bob Johnson has the lowdown.
Ten Questions With Damon Foster
Edward Holland interviews the enfant terrible of Asian film fandom.
The Taste of Tea
Mini review by Crystal Decker-Norwood.
Monsters, Minatures & Magic
Steve Ryfle gives us an insider's look at the recent documentary.
Ultraman, Path Towards Resurrection
Edward Holland has a few words about the show that gave MAT its name.
The Green Behemoth
Edward Holland gets some words of illumination and wisdom from August Ragone.


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