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- First and last issue: 2011-2016
- Website: www.shadowlandmagazine.com

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CONTENTS: 2011 2012 2013 2016 GALLERIES: 2011 2012 2013 2016 All

Issue 10
September 2016
Only available in digital format.

Issue 9
Fall 2013

Issue 8
June/July/August 2013
Content includes:
Alien franchise overview, Golgo 13: Japan's ultimate assassin, Edgar Allan Poe on film, the 1990 Flash TV series, Phantasm movies, Gerardo de Leon and vampirism, guide to 1970s horror films (part 1), the filmography of Dean Koontz, Wolverine, and much more, including reviews of movies, books, video games, and anime.

Issue 7
March/April/May 2013
Dystopian Cinema: How Fear, Tension & Uncertainty Created a Sub-Genre
The apocalypse is here! An in-depth analysis of the best dystopian films from each decade.
Retrospective of the Apes
A look back at the legacy of the original five Planet of the Apes films.
Bates Motel '87
Shadowland revisits the Bates Motel television movie from 1987. Does it still hold up today? Either way, it's a good place to go Psycho!
Thank God for Mil Mascaras!
It's Lucha Libre madness as Mil Mascaras takes on Aztec Mummies and the Academy of Doom.
Lou Ferrigno: The Incredible Actor
An incredible overview of Ferrigno's acting prowess on The Incredible Hulk TV show.
Candarian Demonoloy 101: The Dual Nature of the Evil Dead
Get your Necronomicon ready, the Deadites are coming. We examine the relationship between horror and comedy in the Evil Dead series.
Cell: The Perfect Monster
The predominantly fantasy-oriented Dragon Ball Z takes a step into the realm of horror. The monstrous villain, Cell, is given his due.
Ed Gein: The Face of Terror
What chilling legacy did real-life ghoul, Ed Gein have on macabre fiction? Find out here!
Judge Dredd vs. Dredd 3D
We pit Stallone's Judge Dredd against 2012's Dredd 3D. Which one is the law? Shadowland has the verdict.
Mom, Hellraiser and Foster Brothers
A retrospective on how horror, sci-fi and fantasy influenced a fan's life.
Remembering Topps' Fright Flicks Trading Cards
Shadowland recalls Topps' terror-ific trading cards in all of their gory glory.
Beyond Fantastique!
Reviews on movies, books, video games, anime and more!

Issue 6
October/November/December 2012
Remembering Mad Monster Party, an in-depth look at the unreleased Hellraiser: Virtual Hell video game,
a retrospective of Hanna-Barbera's Godzilla cartoon with episode guide,
the top 10 Christmas horror films,
collecting Trendmasters toys,
re-evaluating Alan Moore's Watchmen,
tracing the legacy of the zombie genre,
interviews with Ghoultown,
horror author Jeff Strand,
and Hallowindow creator Mark Gervais.

Issue 5
July/August/September 2012
Looking back at the Ghostbusters franchise, a history of horror video games, an interview with James Rolfe: The Angry Video Game Nerd, horror board games, a day at the Hudson Horror Show, retrospective on '80s ninja star Sho Kosugi, examining the legacy of Dr. Moreau and mad science in the Philippines, analyzing the TV terrors of Dan Curtis, an interview with author Ronald Malfi, remembering the television appearances of Spider-Man, and the Three Stooges meet The Mummy! Not to mention a plentiful offering of movie, book, and video game reviews!

Issue 4
April/May/June 2012
A retrospective on the 25th anniversary of the 1987 live-action Masters of the Universe film, an analysis of Mattel's MOTU Classics toy line, an interview with Donald F. Glut on his work on the original MOTU mini-comics, examining the Universal Monsters merchandise of the 1990s, the Hunger Games vs. Battle Royale, remembering Brian Lumley's Necroscope series, an in-depth review of Colossus: The Forbin Project, the return of the Grim Ghost, a tribute to Jonathan Frid, horror movies on TV, a look back at the Avengers' first comic appearances, along with more movie/book/video game reviews than you can shake a bloody stake at!
100 pages of horror, sci-fi and fantasy greatness!

Issue 3
January/February/March 2012
Secret Origins of Batman: The real, true story of who the Bat-Man is, and how he came to be. Think Bob Kane created Batman? Think again!
Foreshadowing the Batman: Who was the real inspiration for Batman? The Shadow knows!
Remembering Batman Returns: A thorough analysis of Tim Burton's second Batman outing: the hype, the marketing, and the outcome.
In Defense of the Neon Knight - How Schumacher Succeeded: Sure to be our most controversial article yet! A gripping argument for why Joel Schumacher's bat-films are worthy entries in the Caped Crusader's cinematic career!
Interview with Steve Englehart: Thirteen questions with 'The Man Who Wrote the Definitive Bat!'
Bats Out of Hell: Which killer bat films should you see and which should be avoided? Find out here!
Gyaos - Bat Kaiju: Enemy to giant turtles everywhere! A primer on Japan's premiere bat-kaiju.
All Shall Listen When The Bat Whispers: Roland West's masterpiece, The Bat Whispers, analyzed! The history and enduring legacy of this memorable old dark house film.
Beyond Fantastique! Reviews of Dracula: Sovereign of the Damned, Boy Wonder, The Bat People, and Batman: Arkham City.

Issue 2
October/November/December 2011
Contents include:
A retrospective on The Guyver, an interview with Nathan Long - the screenwriter of Guyver II: Dark Hero, a look back at William Castle's Ghost Story/Circle of Fear TV show, a critical review of The Amityville Horror franchise, an in-depth article on the Blind Dead films, Bob Mitchum meets Bigfoot, a glimpse at the darker comics of the late '80s & early '90s that 'pushed boundaries', and a horrific helping of movie/book reviews and News Bites.

Issue 1
July/August/September 2011
The Phantom Unmasked: An exhaustive retrospective on the history of The Phantom of the Opera in film, television, and literature. Godzilla In Comics – The Marvel Years: Toho's King of the Monsters in the Mighty Marvel Manner! A fond remembrance of Godzilla's 1970s comic battles with S.H.I.E.L.D., the Fantastic Four, Devil Dinosaur, the Champions, and The Avengers. The Lost Spielberg Film: In 1982 Steven Spielberg's E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial smashed box office records, but it wasn't the film the renowned director set out to direct. We examine the origins of Spielberg's child-friendly film, which was originally intended as a horrific sci-fi/thriller entitled: Night Skies. Robocop – The Series: A look at the short-lived RoboCop TV series from 1994. The First Avenger on Film! Captain America may be Marvel's latest summer blockbuster, but what of his other on-screen adventures? A glimpse back at the Star-Spangled Avenger's 1940s cliffhanger serial, his animated show, two made-for-tv movies, and his '90s flick Marvel tried to hide. Exclusive Interviews: We revisit the 1979 made-for-television Captain America film with director Rod Holcomb and speak with storyboard artist, writer, producer, and director, Will Meugniot, about Marvel's attempt at a '90sCaptain America animated series. Poster Wars: A look at the movie posters of Captain America: The First Avenger. Interview with Dwayne Pinkney: We talk with artist Dwayne Pinkney about his jaw-dropping artwork. Beyond Fantastique: Reviews of Hobo with a Shotgun, Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare, Basilisk, Zone Troopers, Shock Waves, The Art of Hammer: The Offical Poster Collection from the Archive of Hammer Films, and Spooky Encounters: A Gwailo's Guide to Hong Kong Horror. News Bites: The latest news on everything horror, sci-fi & fantasy!

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