A complete mystery I'm sure.
I'm not sure what's creepier:A: There are girls who would pose for this.B: There's somebody who thought up and produces this magazine.C: There are shops that stock and sell this magazine. or D: There are people who actually pay money to buy it.
Hey man, its a great magazine...don't knock it until you've read it.
Yeah, THAT'S the weird part.
Most people don't believe me when I mention that this magazine exists.Each month when I go through Previews and I see that it's in there, a little piece of my soul dies.
Aww, man! Did he have to be wearing a Cobra shirt? Because now I can't wear my Cobra shirt without feeling dirty...
It's a mediocre horror magazine which sells itself like maxim does, to men who like boobies.... I know because I have a few issues and I also like boobies... =)
I only buy it for the articles.
I only buy it for the corpses.
Once you know about the magazine and think about its readership, you have to regard a comment like that as pretty much inevitable, don't you?
A magazine like that exists? I think my soul just threw up.
Dammit. Now I have to walk around for the rest of my life with this terrible knowledge. God dammit.
The magazine isn't very good in general, but to be fair the "rotting human remains" look about as real as the Cryptkeeper, and it's all done in a fun Halloween manner like a Tales from the Crypt comic or a Rob Zombie project.
Yes, it's puzzling. The editors just keep rejecting poor Megan Fox.
Yeah, way to go. You're not above selling it, but you'll mock anyone who walks into your store to buy it. Bottomline: If you don't like it, don't sell it.
A part of me feels like a product like this on the shelves might at least partially explain the clientele.
People are getting pretty upset about this. The whole thing is a joke - the corpses aren't real, and the whole thing is more Alice Cooper than anything else (Heck, he is on their site holding a copy).Part of the fun is them pretending they are real bodies. It is funny, plus with boobs!