Monsters to Laugh With and Monsters Unlimited was a magazine published by Marvel Comics between 1964 and 1966. It was edited by Stan Lee.
The magazine’s content consisted entirely of full page black and white images of classic movie monsters, mostly from Universal films, plus supposedly amusing captions that were mainly supplied by Stan Lee. It ran for just seven issues and, perhaps as an example of its lack of direction and that perhaps horror fans didn’t like their icons mocked, changed its title from Monsters To Laugh With to Monsters Unlimited.
Despite its short run, the magazine was revived in 1972 as Monsters Madness (co-published with Curtis) but this version lasted just three issues!