Caroline Munro! Christopher Lee! Godzilla! Space:1999! Doctor Who! Just some of the brilliant designs available on our fantastic range of Space Monsters Magazine T-shirts from the genre clothing experts at Great British Horror! Already a horror and sci-fi fan’s “must have” item, these exclusive T-shirts are selling like hot cakes across the galaxy. To order your T-shirt (either for yourself or a friend) just click on this LINK for more details – and remember, Great British Horror can ship these to most countries across the globe!
Due to popular request we are now offering high quality Space Monsters Magazine T-shirts exclusively via Great British Horror the classic & contemporary horror clothing company! Great British Horror have earned their reputation as the “go to” destination for horror T-shirts featuring iconic designs from American Werewolf in London, The Curse of Frankenstein, Dr Phibes, Hellraiser, Night of the Demon, Carrie, Dawn of the Dead, Zombie Flesh Eaters and many more!
Check out these Out of This World Space Monsters designs below featuring the best of our front cover art (by Woody Welch & Andy Lambert), never-seen-before variant cover designs and more. Click on the images below to get straight through to the Great British Horror website and place your order!
Ltd Edition – Rare Space Monsters issue 1 Space:1999 design.
Space Monsters issue 2 Emily Booth vs It! The Terror From Beyond Space design (without logo).
Space Monsters issue 2 Emily Booth vs It! The Terror From Beyond Space design.
Space Monsters issue 3 Bride of Frankenstein in Outer Space design.
Space Monsters issue 3 Bride of Frankenstein in Outer Space design (variant).
Space Monsters issue 4 Godzilla design.
Space Monsters issue 4 Godzilla design (red variant).
Space Monsters issue 5 Doctor Who (Davros & Dalek) design.
Space Monsters issue 6 Dracula AD 1972 (Caroline Munro & Christopher Lee) variant design.
Space Monsters issue 6 Dracula AD 1972 (Caroline Munro & Christopher Lee) design.
Space Monsters Special B-Movie Robots & Aliens design.
“SPACE MONSTERS” magazine launched in the summer of 2013 and we’ve been extremely proud of our vibrant cover art (all covers by Woody Welch except issue 6 which was created by Andy Lambert) and the positive feedback we’ve consistently received from our readers. With six issues under our belt (including two variant covers) we would like to get some feedback from you about your favourite cover art so far and what you’d like to see in the future!
As a special treat for Space Monsters readers issue 3 has not one but TWO covers – both painted by multi-talented artist Woody Welch and designed by Gary McMullan – and the great thing is, unlike some other monster magazines you don’t have to buy two copies to enjoy our variant cover! Just flip the magazine over and you’ll find our Bride of Frankenstein Space Babe – on the back cover – two covers for the price of one!
Space Monsters Magazine issue three is due to be launched very shortly and in the meantime you can still order back-issues of Space Monsters one and two from the Classic Horror Campaign website and many other locations. You can also order the digital versions from Dead Good Newsstand – so don’t delay, buy Space Monsters today!
Space Monsters issue 3 is a real treat for classic horror and classic sci-fi fans alike with our extensive look at Hammer Films’ science-fiction and monster movies as well as the first part of A History of Frankenstein on Film! We’re also joined by U.S. Scream Queen Debbie Rochon who tells us about her favourite sci-fi films and have articles on French animated feature Fantastic Planet (1973), Empire of the Ants (1977), One Million Years B.C. (1966), Quatermass Xperiment (1955), Utraman (1966), the British 70′s monster magazine World of Horror and much, much more!