Famous Monsters Of Filmland - Editor To Be Announced Soon - Magazine Being Pushed Back

Source: Michael / Famous Monsters of Filmland

Since the very first day that famousmonsters.com went online, the question we’ve been asked most often is “when is the magazine relaunching?” Not if, mind you, but when. There seems to have been no doubt whatsoever that a new version of the print magazine would be shortly following on the heels of the web version. Admittedly, we helped to stoke this fire by announcing the “2009 Edition” last spring. Well…things change. When it began to look as though the “2009 Edition” wasn’t going to be everything that either we or you hoped for, we decided to throttle back a bit and regroup.



Inevitably, though, in the absence of regular updates over an extended period, some other information will always find its way to the public, accurate or otherwise. Case in point, some of you have read an interview with Robert Aragon in HORRORHOUND #20 (on stands last week) that contains quite a few details about the upcoming print version of FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND. Unfortunately, this interview was conducted several months ago, and, well…things change.

As it so happens, we’re only a matter of days away from making an official announcement. What we can tell you today is that Robert Aragon, while a valuable contributor to the current incarnation of FM, will not be the editor-in-chief, nor will we be producing the previously-discussed “2009 Edition.”

We do appreciate our friends and colleagues at HORRORHOUND firing up the legions of FM fandom, but trust us, if there is something to be said, we’ll be saying it here before we say it anywhere else (our Director of Operations hates it when we take our in-house news to other venues first).

As to the identity of FM’s new editor-in-chief, the only clue we’ll give you for now is on the other side of the ellipsis…

See Also: Famous Monsters Of Filmland To Give Carla Laemmle A Grand 100th Birthday Bash / Famous Monsters Of Filmland Is Reborn On The World Wide Web / Dracula (1931) / "Famous Monsters" Trademark Injunction Won By Philip Kim / Forrest J. Ackerman, 1916 - 2008 / RIP Forrest J Ackerman (1916-2008) / Forrest Ackerman's Health Is Failing Now Is The Time For Fans To Contact Him / Mad Monster Party (1969) /

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