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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Check out the awesome magazine, GIRLS AND CORPSES!

Hopefully all you Horror fans out there know about the great Horror/Comedy magazine, GIRLS AND CORPSES! If not, you are definitely missing out! G&C calls themselves "the world's first comedy magazine about death." Who knew death could be so funny! G&C is the brainchild of Founder, Publisher, and Deaditor-In-Chief Robert Steven Rhine, or "Corpsy" as his fans call him. Here is how Mr. Rhine describes his magazine:

"Girls & Corpses is sort of like Maxim Magazine meets Dawn Of The Dead. There are pictures in each issue of beautiful, scantily clad young beauties posing with hideous, decaying, festering corpses. Also, we have interviews, comic book art, music and movie reviews and other mayhem. What could be better?"

It really is a mixture of all sorts of things dealing with death and Horror in general, but always with a little dark humor thrown in for good measure. The magazine started back in 2003 as an online only magazine, but due to the overwhelming popularity, they began printing hard copies of the magazines starting with issue #16.

Well, they are up to issue #26, and this newest issue is bigger and better (and deader) than ever!

Mr. Rhine always manages to get top talent in the Horror industry for pictorials and interviews in his magazine. This newest issue contains great interviews with both Eli Roth and the legendary Takashi Miike. Each issue also has comics and movie reviews, and fake ads that are always good for a laugh.
Check out the newest issue at a newstand near you, or order online if nowhere around you sells this fine magazine!

CLICK HERE to go to the GIRLS AND CORPSES website store to order this new issue or any of the previous back issues.

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