From August 1991: oh the horror... more small-screen scarefare given the EPI-LOG treatment in the ninth issue.
FRIDAY THE 13th; THE SERIES was, like FREDDY'S NIGHTMARES covered the previous issue, another one of those ill-advised brand spin-offs perpetrated in the Eighties. Except this one can bugger-all to do with the movie franchise but formed part of Paramount's initial triple-play of first-run syndicated genre shows alongside STAR TREK THE NEXT GENERATION and WAR OF THE WORLDS.
The long-forgotten (but actually rather good) 1991 revival of DARK SHADOWS was scuppered by the outbreak of fighting in the first Gulf war. Episodes were pre-empted and shuffled around the schedules in favor of news coverage and it never had a chance to find an audience. It did, however, spawn a really nice series of fully-painted comics from the long-defunct Innovation Comics. The show has been released on DVD but blundering MGM used the wrong prints so scenes shot day-for-night (a common trick to make production easier and cheaper) are included without the intended post-production grading, robbing them of atmosphere and making the whole thing into a daytime vampire show. Whoops.