News Fangoria Will Continue to Dominate the Horror Genre in 2017! Published 2 years ago on February 16, 2017 By Nick Bond Share Tweet It was a sad day when rumors started going around that the legendary horror publication known as Fangoria magazine would never again publish an issue. Well, this caught the attention of Fangoria staff. Thankfully, Fangoria doesn’t plan on going anywhere. An official statement was posted on their website from staff members and the president himself, Tom DeFeo. Here’s Fangoria’s first official statement from staff: “First and foremost, FANGORIA would like to sincerely thank all of our friends and fans for their patience during these trying times. It’s no secret that the world of print publications is feeling the pressure with the transition of media to a mostly digital phase. As many readers of FANGORIA have noticed, our print issues have been at an unfortunate halt as we try to catch up from previous issues. Not to mention, over recent years we have gone through quite a change of staff in the most prominent role of Editor-in-Chief. With the shift of preference to digital media came the struggle to maintain business as a print publication. Advertisers, especially independent companies, understandably must make the choices that are best for their project and budget. Unfortunately, print advertisement comes at a higher price than digital ad placements which fueled the sharp decline of funds needed in order to sustain the magazine in print format. The income needed from paid print advertisements simply did not meet the standards for the print issue demand and production. Inevitably, the problems aforementioned caused a domino effect that spread throughout staff, writers, artists, subscribers, and even to our President as well.” Followed by an official statement directly from Fangoria President/Owner, Tom DeFeo: “I’d like to thank readers and subscribers for their patience as we deal with our internal issues. We will carry forward and devote our efforts to make amends with all that have been inconvenienced in our current state of affairs.” More official statements continue from the Fangoria staff: “These words are in no way excuses, more the bitter truth about the current circumstances involving our print publication and interruption of production. With time and continued patience from our fans, writers, artists and subscribers we will be working endlessly to make good on any funds owed for magazines and/or articles written. In the meantime, we’ll continue trying to conquer the uphill battle to restore our print issues that our fans urgently long for. Despite the current standstill of our print issues, our website and social media will function as normal and FANGORIA will continue to support independent artists and filmmakers as we have done for the past 30+ years of our history. We hope that you continue to support the first company in the business that jump started your eternal love for horror.” The horror community need to show their love and support for Fangoria, because without them around, it just wouldn’t be the same. Related Topics:FangoriaFangoria MagazineTom DeFeo Up Next Michael Gross Will Battle with Weaponized Graboids in ‘Tremors 6’ Don't Miss 88 Films to Release ‘Return to Horror High’ on (UK) Blu-Ray Advertisement You may like Fangoria Magazine is Being Resurrected! 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