Herman discusses British Horror comics! That's right, it's time for the Brits to terrify our socks off with two of their seminal horror publications from the 80s, now making a return courtesy of Rebellion Publishing. Our ever-popular Erin segment returns as well, along with a discussion of monsters and how they permeate horror fiction. Email comments to email@example.com. Follow the podcast on Twitter @darklongbox, and check out the blog at www.longboxofdarkness.com, IF you dare.
Herman looks at one of his favorite comics from his youth, The House of Mystery #318. Featuring I...VAMPIRE, THE DAY AFTER DOOMSDAY and STALK AND SLASH. The Erin segment and the Horror History segment are both healthy, robust (and in the case of ERIN, busty), and accounted for. Comments can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Twitter is an alternative @darklongbox. Happy trails, Crystal Lake Campers!
This week Herman looks at Alien: Salvation from Dark Horse Comics. This is followed by our Erin Segment, History of Horror Comics, and finally Horror Profiles. All in all, a doozy of an episode, wouldn't cha say? Send feedback to email@example.com, twitter: @darklongbox or check out the blog www.longboxofdarkness.com
This week Herman looks at Richard Corben's Shadows on the Grave #1 from Dark Horse Comics. PLUS the ever-popular Erin, tyro of horror comics, returns! This, and much more. Follow the LOD Podcast on twitter @darklongbox or check out the blog at www.longboxofdarkness.com
Herman picks apart Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden's Baltimore: The Plague Ships from Dark Horse Comics. Erin is off traveling, so listeners will have to be content with the History of Horror Segment, along with Horror Comic Bios. Feedback can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, twitter @darklongbox, or visit the blog at www.longboxofdarkness.com.
This week Herman looks at Alexandro Jodorowsky and Moebius' genre-defining horror comic The Eyes of the Cat. Our ever-popular Erin-segment makes a return, as well as 2 new segments: History of Horror Comics and Horror Comic Bios. Feedback can be sent to email@example.com, and please check out the blog at www.longboxofdarkness.com.
This week Herman discusses Stephen King and Bernie Wrightson's CREEPSHOW comic. A brief and disheartening interview with a reluctant participant follows. Then onto a short rundown of PLASTIC from Image Comics, before heavily plugging the podcast's new blog at www.longboxofdarkness.com. Intro and Outro theme Vampire Hunters by Anton Coppola is the order of the day.