Science-Fiction At Monsterpalooza

by Armand Vaquer

Monsterpalooza didn't just have horror exhibits on display. Science-fiction was also well-represented at the show.

Here's some examples:

Above, an excellent replica Robby the Robot from "Forbidden Planet."

Above, "The Man From Planet X."

Above, an alien from "Independence Day."

Above, "Return of the Fly" (1959).

Above, another shot of the classic monsters.

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