MONSTERS AFTER MIDNIGHT 2019…!
FORWARD IN RETRO!
WHAT A YEAR!
2019 Was a great year for Monsters After Midnight! In a time when print magazines struggle. I had a vision earlier this year to remake Monsters After Midnight bigger and better than it was.
I expanded Monsters After Midnight through collaboration with other Writers, Artists and Podcasters. It was through our supporters that we found our voice. And with the help of social media, expanded our readership by thousands!
We are now a Classic Monsters museum with many photos of classic monsters , stories, models and movies.
We had a couple of significant milestones this year. We broke the story about a researcher in Great Britain who located a previously unknown set of film cells from Lon Chaney’s famous lost film, London After Midnight. That story received over five hundred views one day. This was unprecedented for this blog, when in previous years we had only gotten a hundred hits in a year.
Monsters After Midnight broke a story which brought the world closer to finding Lon Chaneys most famous lost film, London After Midnight.
CLASSIC MONSTERS AWARD
In October, we started up the first annual Classic Monsters Awards. We gave out three awards for the best Writer, Artist and Podcaster.
The Classic Monsters Award was created to honor people who dedicate their personal time and passion to the Classic Monster genre!
Best Artist; Paul Spatola
Best Podcaster; William Mize
Best Writer; Gary Castleberry
We reached a real milestone when we reached the 10,000 mark! Thanks to a faithful 5000 + returning visitors, we were able to reach this point.
Thank you to all of our staff, Artists, contributing writer’s and podcast producers.
MONSTERS AFTER MIDNIGHT FANZINE
Editor Gene Stevens
Content Editor Vicki Stevens
Jonathan J Sample
Anthony J Lombardi
Arthur K Miller
Chantal Laura Handley
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Monsters After Midnight was founded in 2013 as a Fanzine. Only five issues were created. As the internet grew and many magazines went the way of history. The editor of Monsters After midnight then took to the internet and created the “Classic Monster Blog/Fanzine”. Dedicated to classic horror and sci-fi, Find us on Facebook.