The Fellowship is pleased to present our favorite pieces of horror literature (well, some of them). We always seem to wind it back to comics, of course, but we include classics and modern works. And as always, our picks of the week.
What we're up to this week:
Star Trek: The Next Generation on Netflix
Les is Back! And he's jonesing for comics
Wonder Woman: A Celebration of 75 Years
Frankenstein (Mary Shelley)
[Note: I was wrong; Dracula released in Feb 1931, Frankenstein in November]
The Drive-In and The Drive-In 2 (Joe R. Lansdale)
'Salem's Lot (Stephen King)
In Search of Dracula: The History of Dracula and Vampires (McNally & Florescu)
It (Stephen King)
Psycho 2 (Robert Bloch, not the novelization of the movie)
The Rats in the Walls (H.P. Lovecraft, and more generally all of his work)
The works of Edgar Allan Poe
30 Days of Night (Niles, Templesmith)
Lenore the Cute Little Dead Girl (Roman Dirge)
Norman (Stan Silas)
The Universal Monsters books by Larry Mike Garmon
Picks for the week of 10/12:
The Fade Out Deluxe Edition hardcover
Darth Vader #25 (the final issue)
Southern Cross #8
Grimm Fairy Tales 2016 Halloween Special
Honorable Mention: The Fix #6
Honorable Mention: The October Faction: Deadly Season #1
Honorable Mention: Weresquito: Nazi Hunter (Christopher Mihm film - Les just got his copy - "presented in shocking Plasmoscope")
Especially Jake & Tom Conquer the World - thanks, guys!
You, dear listeners!
Question of the Week: Do you have a story that creeped you out? Or have you ever even seen Laugh-In? Let us know on social media!
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