Bit of a quickie edition here as I have only six of the twelve issues. When I'm through all the issues I have I'll go back and do fill-in articles if I come across ones I missed the first time around.
1991 saw a few minor cosmetic changes to the magazine as the contents page now has a red border as opposed to black and the ad pages are given a similar red/pink hue.
As for the actual issue, it's pretty damn good with an emphasis on the theme over everything else (which is to be expected when the best you can do for a cover shot is from a crappy Child's Play rip-off. Highlights are interviews with Caroline Munro, Barbara Steele and a look at female horror authors, a guide to scream queens like Linnea Quigley and one or two more tidbits to fill things out. #102 is a solid, if somewhat unexceptional issue.
As far as film coverage goes, well...There isn't a hell of a lot outside of a look at Silence of the Lambs a few months after its release and the first part of a look at the films of Paul Naschy. Despite the rather lean lineup of articles this ends up being a pretty solid issue.
Issue 108 is solid but unexceptional and this brings our look at 1991 to an end.
1991 was a down period for the genre and Fangoria had to adjust things a little to fill ten issues. It worked out pretty well and we'll see them refine themselves a bit in the next edition.
Coming soon: Fangoria 1992