New editor for redesigned Dennis title

Dennis Publishing has promoted David McComb to editor of Bizarre as it unveils a new look for the magazine. McComb previously held the role of managing editor.

The redesigned magazine will have new sections, such as The Insiders, where experts will explore areas including body modification and the world of alternative art.

The revamp aims to make the magazine more interactive, with items such as reader contests and there will also be dedicated areas where readers can share their own experiences under headings such as How Bizarre Are You?

McComb, who takes up his new role today, says: “We will publish thought-provoking stories on people who live their lives differently, anything from strange art, twisted deviancy to alternative culture. With the redesign we aim to invoke this in everything we do, in the magazine and online.”

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