Raincoats Optional, Gorezone Makes a Comeback

Somewhere in the distance I can hear a chorus of bloody angels sing. Fangoria’s short lived, but much loved, sister magazine is making a comeback…kind of. Running from 1988 to ’93, Gorezone was nastier, bloodier, and even more gruesome then Fango at the time. Guaranteed to satisfy any splatterholic’s blood-lust, GZ left an impact on the horror crowd that could never be forgotten. Sadly though, the cult hit only lasted a 26 issue run before closing up shop, leaving fans everywhere hungry for more…..until now.

The Bloody Best of Gorezone is on sale now, (available through Fangoria’s website) a collection of the very best the magazine has to offer culled from its short run. Limited to only 500 issues (get ’em quick!) this “best of” is being used to test the waters. If interest is high enough, GZ will make a regular return to the newsstands, ready to rain down a shower of slime and gore onto an unsuspecting public one again…something this gorehound would very, very, very much like to see. To all the fans out there who’ve been hungering for the ‘zone to make a return, here’s your chance. Get yours while you can….before it gets….messy.

Written by Joe Hasson

Joe is just your average ordinary friendly neighborhood sociopath. When not busy watching Elvira reruns, staying up all night playing Splatterhouse, or re-enacting scenes from Conan the Barbarian to a horrified public, he can be found diligently writing his first comic book, taking his first steps into the realm of special effects mastery, and building his hybrid Megaforce flying motorcycle/time traveling DeLorean. He also plays a mean game of Pac-Man.

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