Gothic Beauty Issue 36 Now Available

Gothic Beauty magazine issue 36 has just become available and I really like the purple amethyst themed portrait of Malice Vile on the cover of this one. Since all the bookstores closed I haven’t seen an issue in a while, but there is a little preview of this one on Zinio. Although I do wish the preview had a bit more than two and a half pages of content, which includes the table of contents, the letter from the Editor, and half a page of reader letters, and then four and a half pages of ads, but you can still get a feel for the magazine. This issue features piece catching up with Roman Dirge, as well as Vincent Marcone & The Lady ParaNorma. Also, there are interviews with bands Vampires Everywhere, Soriah, and one called Stiff Valentine (dead or just happy to see me?) The fashion spread is a full color layout of the dark cyber gear from Plastik Wrap! I really like a ton of their clothes, so I’m interested in seeing that. Plus some useful hair dying techniques are revealed.

Gothic Beauty issue 36

Gothic Beauty features alternative fashions, music interviews & reviews, entertainment & art, profiles, lifestyle articles and events.

Issue 36 is now available in stores. Grab it at Barnes & Noble, Hastings, F.Y.E., Suncoast, Chapters (Canada), Walden Books, Book World, Sheltam Books and Copperfield’s Books.

We’re excited to announce the world-wide release of Issue 36.

Here are a few features in this issue you won’t want to miss…

Plastik Wrap Fashion Feature. Cyber, Steampunk, and Historical styles all see a sexy reboot this year, but the brand continues to expand and diversify at an astounding rate. Fashion artists Ryan Webber and Adriana Fulop continue to blend past and future with the office and the dance club.

Set during the 1930s and using muted sepia tones, this short animation tells the story of a young woman’s search for acceptance, wherever she may find it. Writer/director Vincent Marcone speaks candidly about his creative inspiration and the journey this film has led him.

Stiff Valentine, originally something of a tongue-in-cheek joke, has transformed into a sonic powerhouse and a welcome breath of fresh air in the electronic music landscape.

La Carmina is a uniquely bright and shining star in the goth scene. Always sporting a style that’s spooky, cute, and sexy all at the same time, and with a group of creepy chic friends in tow, La Carmina travels the world in search of subjects that fascinate.

Grab Issue 36 at Barnes & Noble, Hastings, F.Y.E., Suncoast, Chapters (Canada), Walden Books, Book World, Sheltam Books and Copperfield’s Books. Or order this issue from us directly. Prefer digital instead? Digital editions are available from Zinio.

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