The Fellowship is pleased to present our opening discussion about horror. We start off with why we dig the horror genre, and get into which subgenres we prefer. Tangents include Psycho and its impact on horror, and vampires in terms of power. And as always, our picks of the week.
What we're up to this week:
Amazon has greenlit The Tick
(also there were a TON of cool comics last week)
Strange Girl Omnibus (Rick Remender, Eric Nguyen)
Les is still in Hawaii, too, by the way
Mooncop (Tom Gauld, Drawn and Quarterly) (it's 96 pages)
Don't Blink (2014 movie)
We talk about more horror stories than you can shake a stick at; no way can we list them all here.
And the YouTube video Thomas mentioned about the hotel in The Shining.
And farewell to Herschell Gordon Lewis, the Godfather of Gore
Picks for the week of 10/5:
James Bond #10
Ghoul Scouts: Night of the Unliving Undead trade
Betty Boop #1
A&A: The Adventures of Archer & Armstrong #8
Army of Darkness/Xena Warrior Princess: Forever… And A Day #1
Archie Meets Ramones #1
Honorable Mention: The Shadow: The Death of Margo Lane #5
Especially Jake & Tom Conquer the World and Shane from Now That I'm Older - thanks, guys!
You, dear listeners!
Question of the Week: What do you love (or not) about horror? Or does a Mai Tai count as a smoothie? Let us know on social media!
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