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SPFX
Special Effects Magazine
Sci-Fi, Classic Monsters Irregular Magazine from United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1977-2000
- Covers science-fiction, fantasy, Horror, thrillers and animation.
- Publisher/Editor: Ted A. Bohus.

- Website: www.deadlyspawn.net/spfxmagazine.html

Last updated:
16 January 2013

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Covers found: 10
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CONTENTS: 1977 1978 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 All GALLERIES: 1977 1978 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 All

Issue 4
1996
GENE FOWLER, JR. A talk with the man who directed I Married a Monster From Outer Space and I Was A Teenage Werewolf. By Ted A. Bohus
GLORIA TALBOTT The lady who married a monster. By Ted A. Bohus
JOHN PHILLIP LAW Our favorite Angel and Sinbad. By Ted A. Bohus
ANN ROBINSON War of the Worls Star From An American in Paris to War of the Worlds to Bullfighting. --Ted A. Bohus
BEN CHAPMAN Creature From the Black Lagoon Will the real Creature please stand up! An interview with man inside the Gill Man. --Ted A. Bohus
I MARRIED A MONSTER FROM OUTER SPACE: RETROSPECT A look back at Gene Fowler, Jr.'s low-budget 8 day wonder.--Kevin G. Shinnick
THE GIANT BEHEMOTH A rare behind-the-scenes look at the making of Eugene Lourie and Pete Peterson's stop motion curiosity. --Paul Mandell
THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN Behind-the-scenes on location.--Jay Duncan
JIM DANFORTH'S KING KONG A first look at storyboard art and sketches from Universal's aborted King Kong.--Doug Murray
GODZILLA, King of the Monsters: 3-D! What happened to the 1983 Steve Minor-William Stout-Dave Allen-Rick Baker Godzilla?--Brant Elliot
SPFX REVIEWS
SPFX NEWS
RARE PHOTO SPOTLIGHT & Letters

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