deadpoetinchicago

🕸 Original work by Tanzen Lilly 🕸 and all the gothic goodness I love 🕸 

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deadpoetinchicago
Posted: 105.9 hours ago
awfulland: 🕸it’s that time of year, the SKELETING BOBBLEHEAD is here! 💀 reblog to keep him bobbling and happy🎃 pls, for ur own safety, keep him happy 👻
deadpoetinchicago
Posted: 125.4 hours ago
honestlydeepesttidalwave: Colorized Classic UNIVERSAL MONSTERS [Bride of Frankenstein, 1935] Lee “Goatboy” Hartnup/nerdist.com
deadpoetinchicago
Posted: 149.4 hours ago
propagandamagazine-gothic: Propaganda Magazine Issue #6/Spring 1986. This issue was heavy on the fetish and fashion content, with its cover feature being a 1985 fetish fashion show at Danceteria, New York’s #1 alternative club of the mid-80s. Another notable article dealt with the 1981 cult film “Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior,” including an exclusive interview with the actor Vernon Wells who played the Mohawk berserker Wez. The signature Fred Berger photo-essay in this issue was “Punk Terror,” which was heavily influenced and inspired by the Mad Max saga. Musical features included The Sisters of Mercy, Love And Rockets, and The Cult. The back cover of this issue presents Danceteria regulars Wayne and Lori (embracing), Vic and Izzy. Wayne was Propaganda’s leading model at the time, with his Jonny Slut meets Sid Vicious appeal, and Izzy was the club’s gothiest goth boy. PHOTOS BY FRED H. BERGER, 1984 - 1985. (Posted Mar. 20 ’19)