This year’s issue contains another healthy does of nostalgia from a number of different decades, with topics that will certainly interest long-time fans of monsters and horror films and television.
RetroFan (the sister magazine of TwoMorrow’s long-running Back Issue! magazine) is a veritable smorgasbord of pop culture references for those that grew up between the 1950s and the 1990s.
People who love Halloween tend to be the nostalgic short. Whether it is due to the longings for plastic Halloween masks, candy that no longer exists, monster toys that you can only find on ebay for outrageous prices, or favorite movies and TV shows that keep the spirit of Halloween alive all year long, Halloween fans love to indulge in the past.
Eury’s mission, as stated in the editorial that opens the first issue, is to “explore pop-culture through insightful, nostalgic, and fun articles that provide the stories of the stuff that made our childhoods so special” and for the most part, Retro Fan does this to a tee.