There are times in history that genius occurs when combining two items, for example: Freedom and America, Peanut Butter and Jelly, and Girls and Corpses. What’s that you ask, Girls and Corpses? Exactly, Girls and Corpses.
Girls and Corpses is the hit magazine by creator and Deaditor in Chief Robert Steven Rhine. Recently, the Summer 2010 issue marks over seven years that Mr. Rhine has shocked and excited his readers. The newest issue does just that.
Camden Toy, who was recently voted #7 on Shockya’s top creature performers, graces the cover with horror vixen Penny Drake and model Marta Zolynska. Oh yeah, they are posing with the skeletal remains of an alien corpse. The inside layout is gloriously fun with these scantily clad beauties posing provocatively with the corpse and Dr. Camden is watching with his maniacal grin that would make the Joker proud.
The curvaceous scream queen Brooke Lewis looks rather sinful in another layout with actress Heather Tocquigny as they poke fun at the real horror on television, the Jersey Shore.
Dressed up like the females on the show, they pose next to the dead STITchuation and the soon to be rotting DJ Cool Death. Hopefully this creatively shot layout will predict the demise of the real Jersey Shore show. Girls and Corpses not only shows luscious ladies with the dead but it also has some wonderful interviews, like with the hilarious Harland Williams. A music section highlights the success of the punk rock pioneers The Misfits. And, the periodic cartoons will have you rolling on the floor laughing. One of the wonderful things about Girls and Corpses is that every page has a little surprise for you that will keep you entertained page after page. Deaditor in Chief Robert Steven Rhine does not know the meaning of disappointment and it shows by not disappointing his readers in the new issue of Girls and Corpses.
By Chris Staviski