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Note from The Publisher
Deaditor-In-Chief R.S. Rhine
issue #15

It's Superbowl Time!

That's right tailgating, Superbowl parties, alcohol poisoning and, of corpse, the big game itself. At the time of print it is unknown who will actually be playing in the big game. But my bet is on the Cleveland Cadavers, they're not stinking up the field like the Baltimore Bloats or the Seattle Stiffs. For more info on the upcoming playoff games and predictions, please go to our Corpse Center Sports Desk where each week we will update the march towards the Superbowl.

For this special Super Corpebowl Edition of Girls and Corpses Magazine we have the leagues oldest football player Knute Roctknee, also the innocent Charlotte Stokely (AVN Starlettof the Year Nominee) and Melissa Reed, National Corpse Twirling Champion ('03).

I will also be in Las Vegas for AVN signing at the Pink Visual Booth with friends Hollie Stevens and Miss Howard Stern signing our calendars, January 12th & 13th so please stop by and say hell-o. Also, our pal Belladonna is up for AVN Performer of The Year and we wish her the best of fuck.... I mean, the best of luck.

Also, thank you all for you appreciation of our first Girls and Corpses 2007 calendar which is still available for sale at:girlsandcorpsesstore.com

We are also premiere Girls and Corpses TV with this issue, with the release of the animated sitcom called SICKCOM and the premiere of the Zombie Law commercial from our pal ZOMBIE BOB, exclusively on Girls and Corpses TV.

Coming soon -- our very first print issue! That's right folks, it's coming! I promised and Corpsy delivers. So, to you naysayers you can stick it where the sun don't shine - or Belladonna's money spot. We even have a celebrity for our first cover -- wait 'til you see!

2007 is going to be another great year and it's all because of YOU loyal readers.

So, stay tuned... lots of fun in store for Girls and Corpses Magazine.

This corpse has only just begun to rise. heh-heh.


"The Grin Creeper"
Robert Steven Rhine

©2007 (reprinted only with permission of author)