The decision to have Murray Close spend time photographing the Breed for the Nightbreed Chronicles paid off time and again as Barker attempted to move the 'monstrous' into the mainstream...
American Cinematheque, October 2013: Highlighting Clive's in-person appearance with the Cabal Cut at BeyondFest, Shuna Sassi gets the cover slot.
Amiga Action, No 13, October 1990: Amiga Action chose the videogame version of Mexico to lure readers into reading their extensive review of Ocean's game.
Blade Runner, Vol 1 No 1, November 1990: Peloquin is the Spanish 'Breed of choice, nestling down at the bottom right for the debut issue of this Spanish magazine that featured an interview with Clive.
City Limits - No 469, 27 September - 4 October 1990: Pessoa the Pale fixes his gaze on the readers of this weekly London listings magazine with an interview with Clive inside.
Deadline - No 23, October 1990: Boone yells from the cover of this UK magazine. Contains a reprint of the Speaking In The Dark / Keeping Company With The Cannibal Witches essay and two interviews with Barker.
Dread - No 8, 1992: The familiar Boone scowl accompanies a Clive Barker fan club interview.
L'Ecran Fantastique, No 105, June 1989: Saul gets the cover treatment in France to advertise a set visit to Pinewood including interviews with Clive, cast and crew.
Famous Monsters Of Filmland - No 252, October 2010: Celebrating 20 years of Nightbreed, Bob Keen, Goeff Portass and several others within Image Animation reflect on the creatures and effects created - and sometimes played on-screen - by the team. The regular cover showcases Shuna Sassi and a beserker while the subscriber cover has Shuna Sassi top left, giving way to a montage of Hammer Horror stars...
Fangoria - No 86, September 1989: Saul again, but with his head inclined the other way as he stares from the cover of an issue containing a Nightbreed set visit and an interview with Barker.
Fangoria - No 90, February 1990: This time it's Mexico's turn, announcing an interview with David Cronenberg.
Fangoria - Italian version No 1, 1990: Mexico's cover star status extended to the launch issue of Fangoria in Italy.
Fangoria - No 91, April 1990: Fangoria's coverage continued with a Berserker on the cover and an interview with Barker.
Fangoria Horror Spectacular - No 1, 1990: Barker gives an interview to sound off about the 'dumping' of Nightbreed as Peloquin scowls on the cover.
Bloody Best Of Fangoria - Vol 9, 1991: Lude takes a cover slot as Fangoria collected together interviews with Doug Bradley, Ashley Laurence, David Cronenberg and the Fangoria No 91 interview with Barker.
Fangoria - No 330, February 2014: Fully 23 years after its last appearance on a Fangoria cover, the restoration and planned release of Clive's director's cut brings Decker back to the forefront.
Fantasy Zone - No 6, March 1990: A set visit to Pinewood halfway through principal photography includes an interview with Barker.
Fantazia - No 5, October 1990: Another set visit, another chance for Barker to elaborate on the Breed in an interview
Fear - No 22, October 1990: An interview with Clive between the US opening and the UK opening of Nightbreed. There was also the chance to win a dinner with the man himself...
Génération 4, No 24, July - August 1990: A review of the videogames and a set visit more than justify front cover billing on this French games magazine
Gorezone - No 12, March 1990: Skipp and Spector's Nightbreed experiences are continued here in the second of a two part article that began in Gorezone No 10. Craig Spector has looked better...
Hellbreed - No 3, July 1995: A Nightbreed comic appearance on the cover of the final issue of the short-lived Barker-specific magazine from Marvel. Contains part two of an interview with Doug Bradley begun in issue two..
Hellraiser - No 2, 1991: Issue two of this magazine produced by Jon Gregory as head of the UK Clive Barker Fan Club. Contains an exclusive Barker interview as well as interviews with Nicholas Vince and Doug Bradley.
HorrorFan - Vol 1 No 3, Fall 1989: Kolca Threeflies takes the spotlight as Horrorfan interviews Barker and others on the Nightbreed set.
Meltdown - Preview Issue, 1991: Meltdown started a serialisation of the Nightbreed comic in issue one. This preview issue has a three page introduction to the story and the creative influences behind the movie and the comic books.
Meltdown - No 1, August 1991: As with the preview issue, there's a small comic book picture of Boone on the cover as Meltdown begins its reprints.
Monthly Film Bulletin - No 681, October 1990: Lude and Leroy Gomm star as Kim Newman reviews Nightbreed and Barker is interviewed.
New Look - No 89, December 1990: A gallery that wishes us a Monstrous Christmas from this French magazine with a Barker interview.
Nightbreed, Vol 1 No 3, July 1991: Drog's drawing of Lylesburg takes the cover spot of the third issue of the Clive Barker Appreciation Society's magazine with Clive interviewed inside.
Nightbreed, Vol 2 No 1, March 1992: Two issues later, the CBAS turned to Shuna Sassi to entice readers.
Night Visions Film Festival, Helsinki, 31 October - 4 November 2012: With the Cabal Cut of Nightbreed screening at the festival, Decker stars alongside festival co-stars Divine and a werewolf...
The One - No 25, October 1990: This computer games magazine features a review of Ocean's two Nightbreed games and an interview with Barker.
Rue Morgue - No 129, December 2012: Clive talks about the Cabal Cut and Rue Morgue celebrates the movie.
Scareaphanalia - No 86, February 1990: Michael Gingold put Decker and Buttonface on the cover alongside Belial from Basket Case 2. Inside, Nightbreed was reviewed and Clive's appearance at the Fangoria Weekend of Horrors is also reported on.
Screem, No 29, Fall 2014: Mark Miller is interviewed about the release of the director's cut, graced by Mark Maddox's cover illustration.
Screen International, No 704/705, 13-26 May 1989: Marking the end of principal photography on Nightbreed at Pinewood Studios the previous week, Saul takes front page billing in this UK film industry magazine.
Shivers - No 50, February 1998: Shivers' Sgt. Pepper tribute has Pinhead in the front row, while Candyman and Peloquin share similar mouth-open poses towards the right hand edge.
Shivers - No 81, September 2000: A fabulous montage of images from the movie graces the cover, while inside there's part one of a two-part retrospective examining the creation and impact of the film.
Shock Xpress - Vol 3 No 1, Summer 1989: Not looking overly pleased at becoming cover stars, Otis and Clay promote interviews with Clive, David Cronenberg, Bob Keen and Geoff Portass.
Sinclair User - No 103, September 1990: Peloquin growls at users of Sinclair computers as the games based on Nightbreed are reviewed inside.
Slaughter House - No 4, 1989: Yilly Katt shows the dangers of living in the sunshine of Los Angeles too long - Clive, take heed before it's too late: London rain is lovely really! An interview with Clive on the Nightbreed set.
Starburst - No 145, September 1990: Boone screams at the Nightbreed problems that Barker talks about in this interview.
That's Clive - No 7, April 1998: Still screaming, Boone sneaks onto the cover of this issue from the German fanclubs.
Toxic Horror - No 3, April 1990: Peloquin is his cheery self on this magazine with an interview with Clive.
Video7, No 107, January 1991: This French magazine interviews David Cronenberg but opts fot Saul on the cover to showcase an additional selection of Breed photos inside.
Video World - Festive 1990: Promoting 'Nightbreed Goodies' from Titan Merchandise (Nightbreed Chronicles books and a special t-shirt)...
Video World - August 1991: Lizzie B offers the discerning viewer of Video World a different kind of flesh... There's an interview with Clive inside.
Vidpix - August 1990: Celebrating the September 1990 US video release of Nightbreed, there's an interview with Clive inside.
Village View - Vol 4 No 27, 16 - 22 February 1990: Two photos of Clive, one directing Craig Sheffer and David Cronenberg on the set of Nightbreed, the other a black and white publicity shot. There's an interview with Clive inside.