The magazine that gave Ray Bradbury, H.P. Lovecraft, and Margaret Brundage their big breaks has been around for 85 years now. But Weird Tales isn't even close to retiring — this week, the publication celebrates the launch of a gorgeous new website that showcases every intersection of the unique, fantastic, and bizarre. You can now enjoy the devastating creepiness of One-Minute Weird Tales videos, commission your very own gargoyle sculpture, and download a full PDF of the magazine's latest issue.The eighteenth variation of Rachmaninov's "Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini" always seemed sweet and romantic to me, but it means something very different to this Weird Tales author: has more. While you're there, don't forget to download that free issue, because it has enough marvelous fiction, poetry, and book reviews to fill an entire afternoon — not to mention an exploration of sleep terrors and funky masks, a guided tour through Lovecraftian Dreamland, and an interview with Hellboy's Mike Mignola. []