Monster of the Day #1035 Updated on November 13, 2014 By Ken Begg 13 Comments You think that’s impressive, you should see the apple they came out of of. Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1644 (Oct 19, 2017) Monster of the Day #1643 (Oct 18, 2017) Monster of the Day #1642 (Oct 17, 2017) Monster of the Day #1641 (Oct 16, 2017) Monster of the Day #1640 (Oct 13, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net Flangepart How to deal with water bugs. Eric Hinkle Since when is the fire department the people to call for infestation by giant worms? bgbear_rnh if all you have is a hose, everything looks like a fire Gamera977 If the Wooly Worm is brown it means a mild winter, if black a severe winter… If the Worm is the size of a battleship it means you’re pretty much screwed. Luke Blanchard Wikipedia has a page on the magazine. Apparently it was put out by the publisher of THE STRAND MAGAZINE, and ran for three issues in 1938-39. The cover story was “Winged Terror”. The net tells me it was reprinted from PEARSON’S MAGAZINE, where it ran as a serial in 1931, and appeared in the US in WEIRD TALES the same year, under the name “Moth”. John Benyon was John Wyndham. bgbear_rnh This one cost a whole shilling. 6 times yesterdays’ magazine. bgbear_rnh dumb Brits, Mothra is not evil. Luke Blanchard In the period THE SKIPPER ran 28 pages, including the covers. According to the ISFDB, FANTASY ran 128. bgbear_rnh You get what you pay for. Thanks for the history as always. Luke Blnachard It’s educational for me too: a lot of the time I just share what I just looked up. That should be “John Beynon” above. Cullen Waters Uh huh. Tell that to the parents of the school bus she crawled over to get to her little priestesses. bgbear_rnh War is Hell. Gamera977 The children probably stomped a few caterpillars in their time- payback’s a #$#@!