Halloween comes early – first look at the new Monster Scenes Dr. Deadly mask!

Posted in General info on January 23, 2011 by Monster Scenes®

It’s the treat you’ve been waiting for – the first ever officially-licensed Dr. Deadly™ deluxe Halloween mask!

First announced in 2010, this is a breakthrough for your favorite Monster Scenes cretin. Inspired by the artwork of Jim Craig, here’s a stunning new rendering of Dr. Deadly – full scale, face to face.

   

Sculpted by the remarkably talented Justin Mabry, Art Director at Trick or Treat Studios and chief ghoul at NightOwlProductions, this Dr. Deadly mask brings you closer than you’ve ever been (or might have ever wanted to be) to the medical miscreant of the Monster Scenes realm.

The mask has been unveiled at this year’s Halloween & Party Expo, the annual industry gathering that’s currently underway in Houston, TX at the time of this blog entry.

We at Monster Scenes extend our special thanks to sculptor Justin Mabry and Trick or Treat Studios president, Chris Zephro, for making this mask a reality.  

Plus, you can pre-order your Dr. Deadly mask now. Just click on over to TrickorTreatStudios.com to reserve yours today.

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The 2011 Monster Scenes Wall Calendar is now on sale!

Posted in General info on January 21, 2011 by Monster Scenes®

As promised, this year’s calendar is now on sale in the Gruesome Goodies Store. This is the special 40th Anniversary edition that looks back on the history of the series then looks forward to the new mayhem to come.

Limited 40th Anniversary Edition Monster Scenes Wall Calendar

Each year’s calendar sells out quickly so don’t wait to order yours – why not order it today?

The Monster Scenes 40th Anniversary Calendar is here!

Posted in General info on January 17, 2011 by Monster Scenes®

What better way to start this anniversary year than with an all-new wall calendar?

If you’ve been following Monster Scenes closely, you’ll know we began publishing our calendars back in 2006, the year of the series’ 35th Anniversary. Now, here’s a new calendar to add frightful flair to your wall all year long, commemorating 40 years of Monster Scenes!

Monster Scenes 2011 Wall Calendar

This year’s calendar is quite unique in that it follows the chronology of Monster Scenes. We’ve dug through our Monster Scenes archives to bring you 12 months of information, fun facts, and rare images. Plus, we’re pleased to include some additional material from the collection of Andrew P. Yanchus, original Aurora R&D team member from 1965 – 1975. 

If you missed any of our previous calendars, don’t miss this one. Each year’s edition sells out so don’t be left empty-handed on this very special anniversary year.

Watch the “Gruesome Goodies Store” for the order link – it’s coming in just another day or two.

Tonight – Monster Scenes celebrates 40 years!

Posted in General info on December 31, 2010 by Monster Scenes®

When the clock strikes midnight, when the calendar turns to 2011, Monster Scenes 40th AnniversaryMonster Scenes begins its 40th Anniversary Celebration!

Hard to believe that four decades have clicked by, but they have. But don’t fret – this is a deranged yet delightful milestone. If you’ve been with Monster Scenes since 1971, congratulate yourself for your decades of devotion. If you’re new to Monster Scenes, you’ve arrived at the perfect time. Young, old, or in between, you’re in for a treat throughout 2011.

Enjoy your New Year’s Eve celebrations, then stay with us as, every month of the new year, we’ll unveil a bit of the old, a lot of the new, and a dungeon-full of frightfully good fun.

Thanks for your support and get ready for a 40th Anniversary Celebration like no other. Yeah, this is a BIG deal.

Monster Scenes – Rated X…for X-mas!

Posted in General info on December 24, 2010 by Monster Scenes®

Merry Christmas from Monster ScenesOK – one more greeting this Christmas Eve as we anticipate the holiday that’s just hours away.

Here’s a design we created several years ago but which very few saw. Enjoy this in the fun spirit in which it’s intended.

Whatever you celebrate, however you celebrate, please accept our best wishes to you and yours this holiday season.

Vampirella wishes you a Merry Christmas!

Posted in General info on December 23, 2010 by Monster Scenes®

Many had thought it Monster Scenes Vampirella - Christmas stylea rumor but we’ve confirmed that Vampirella had actually helped spread some Christmas joy many moons ago.

A clever creation from Andy Yanchus, original Aurora Project Manager, here’s his rendition of Vampi complete with Santa hat and fluffy trim. She’s part of Andy’s vast collection and, yes indeed, she’s real. And now she’s back to spread some cheer once again.

From Andy Yanchus and MonsterScenes.net, we wish you all a Merry Christmas and happy holiday season.

Oh, and if you feel someone nipping at your neck, it might not be Jack Frost — look out!

Do you see what I see? Monster Scenes in 3-D!!

Posted in General info on December 22, 2010 by Monster Scenes®

Take a look at the true depths of Dr. Deadly’s dungeon thanks to these inventive photos from Stephen Bell. These images are already compelling in their eerie atmosphere but Stephen goes the extra yard (literally) from having converted them into actual analglyph 3-D renderings. Get yourself a pair of red-and-blue 3-D glasses (surely you have a pair lying about, don’t you?), and view these great dimensional photos. Remember, the red lens goes over your left eye. Click each photo to see a larger version.

Monster Scenes in 3D

Strange goings on in Dr. Deadly's dungeon.

 
Monster Scenes in 3D

The Monster lives!

 
Monster Scenes in 3D

"Get her!"

 
Monster Scenes in 3D

Vampirella stirs up some trouble.

 
Monster Scenes in 3D

Peril under the Pendulum blade.

 

If you’re eager to learn more about Stephen and all the creative stuff he’s up to, visit his blog site, http://www.futurechimp.com/. Our thanks to Stephen for sharing his deep delight of Monster Scenes. Enjoy!