Famous Monsters will launch a new comics line under the American Gothic Press imprint this summer.  The new line will kick off in June with Gunsuits, written by Paul Tobin (who won an Eisner with Colleen Coover in 2013 for Best Digital Comic with Bandette, see "'Building Stories' Comes Up Big at the Eisners"), with art by P.J. Holden (Judge Dredd), and a second cover by Darick Robertson.

The second American Gothic title will be Bornhome, written by Tobin with pencils by Jeff Johnson (Green Lantern, X-O Manowar).

In August, the company will launch Broken Moon, by Steve Niles (30 Days of Night) and Nat Jones (Spawn, 68).

The latest version of the Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine re-launched under the new ownership of Philip Kim in 2010.  Hermes Press has released one of a promised series of books collecting classic material (see "'Famous Monsters of Filmland Fearbook'").

Famous Monsters founder Forrest J. Ackerman, who passed away in 2008 (see "Forrest J Ackerman Dead at 92") had a connection to comics; he created Vampirella, who starred in a sister publication to Famous Monsters at Warren Magazines.