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Book Review: Celluloid – Author Dave McKean

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I was starting to get worried that Mckean had retired his book creation activities. Though low and behold, author / artist Dave Mckean has returned with a spanking new fantastic visual eye candy release. (though you expected different?, not likely) Dave has created a new treat for the adults. That means, yep a few p*rnographically illustrated images to boot. As ...

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Book Review: Zombie Cat: The Tale of a Decomposing Kitty – Authors Isabel Atherton | Bethany Straker

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Zombie cat, zombie cat where are thou…zombie cat. No not Shakespeare, but still a fun little picture book. If you’ve picked this up, it’s because you were intrigued as I was about a childrens-looking book that follows the life of a cat infected by a zombie viral outbreak. The title alone makes you want to break into song about nasty ...

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Book Review: Zombielicious – Author Timothy McGivney

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There’s no sense trying to hide it, or trying to tap dance around certainly elements of this book, because some people might find those same elements a deal-breaker and I don’t want to waste their time reading a review for a novel they wouldn’t read anyway, but Zombielicious, Timothy McGivney’s debut novel, contains not one instance of man-on-man love, but ...

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Book Review: Blood Lust Revenge – Author Creep Creepersin

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BLOOD LUST REVENGE (PAPERBACK) Written by Creep Creepersin Published by Creepsville Press Publication Date: 2007 Format: Black & White- 134 pages Price: $9.96 Blood Lust Revenge is the sequel to Blood Lust Romance. The novel follows Shooter, Bobby Jo, and Gilby through the aftermath of their horrific murdering spree. Also, the lingering question at the end of the first installment ...

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Book Review: Contrition – Author Robert E. Hirsch

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CONTRITION By: Robert E. Hirsch Journalstone Publishing When a mysterious drifter is saved in a small town off the gulf coast of the Mississippi, strange things begin to transpire. Brother Joseph of The Holy Cross had saved the stranger, Tristan from certain drowning. He’s acquired a certain sense of amnesia knowing little about his past, how he’d gotten into his ...

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Book Review: Terminator Genisys: Resetting the Future – Author David S. Cohen

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Terminator Genisys: Resetting the Future by David S Cohen (Author), Arnold Schwarzenegger (Foreword) 2015 brings us to a whole new entry into the Terminator franchise. The name of the film “Terminator Genisys”. With it arrives the original central characters, Sarah, Kyle, John, and of course our mainstay favorite, Arnold Schwarzenegger (as “some form” of his Terminator self). We’ve seen variations ...

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Book Review: The Donors – Author Jeffrey Wilson

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THE DONORS By Jeffrey Wilson JournalStone Publishing Every now and again the literary world presents a gift unto horror fans that is the pinnacle of restoring all that is delightfully macabre in the realm of terror. Undoubtedly Jeffrey Wilson is one such gift. Breaking away from the monotony and refusing to gravitate to saturated markets the masses salivate over, Wilson ...

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Book Review: Hunting The Moon Tribe – Author David Agranoff

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HUNTING THE MOON TRIBE by David Agranoff For a thousand generations, the Dragon Slayers Society has hunted the most vile monsters across China. Thirty years ago Yuen Wong sacrificed his wife Elsa to save his new born son, Chen. They escaped China to America, and Yuen continued his search for the warrior foretold to confront the master vampire, Huwan-Tun. Erich ...

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Book Review: Nostradamus, Bibiliomancer – Author Peter Lemesurier

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Nostradamus, Bibliomancer: The Man, The Myth, The Truth The name is probably one of the most commonly associated names in history when it comes to the future. In fact, so many books and shows have entertained the masses for so long that the original myths and prophecies have been twisted, turned and edited to the point of suiting whatever agenda ...

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Book Review: The Curse of the Wendigo – Author Rick Yancey

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It is called Atcen…Djenu…Outiko…Vindiko. It has dozen of names in a dozen lands, and it is older than the hills, Will Henry. It feeds, the hugrier it becomes. It starves even as it gorges. It is the hunger that cannot be satisfied in the Algonquin tongue its name literally means ‘the one who devours all mankind.'”Will and Dr. Warthrop must ...

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Book Review: The Art and Making of Hannibal The Television Series

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What could be more exciting than hearing about this dynamically dark and philosophical show returning for a season 3? How about….a full color “art and making of” book that gives us die-hards a much more insightful view into the world of Hannibal. Add to that the fact that it hails under the publishing house of Titan Books…and well, you’ve got ...

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Book Review: The Walking Dead Hardcover Ruled Journal

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Not a “book” per se, but a recent product I received called “the Walking Dead Journals, is in actuality a hard covered notebook ready for your most intimate zombie thoughts. Bearing a creepy zombie front cover and some inside images to boot, this handy little notebook is perfect for office note-taking intended to raise a few eyebrows. I love useful ...

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Book Review: DC Comics: Super-Villains: The Complete Visual History – Author Daniel Wallace

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While everyone loves a good superhero, I’ve always found the super villains to be much more interesting when created with purpose and fashioning a unique skill set. They are the ultimate protagonists differing in size, shape, form, origin, motive, and costume. Most long time comic book fans have had the joy of experiencing these characters over several years, decades, and ...

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Book Review: Winterwood – Author JG Faherty

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Winterwood From the Childhood Fears Collection By: JG Faherty Samhain Publishing 74 Pages There’s nothing more Anders Bach loves than a good, gripping story with a moral. For years he’s shared his tales with his daughter and now his grandchildren. His old tales of Winterwood are intended more for a cautionary message rather than a morbid ghost tale. Anna, his ...

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Book Review: Rod Espinosa’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow – Author Washington Irving

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ROD ESPINOSA’S THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW – ISSUE#1 (COMIC) Writer: Washington Irving Artist: Rod Espinosa Editors: Doug Dlin, Wes Hartman Publisher: Antarctic Press Publication Date: 2009 Format: Full Color – 28 pages Price: $3.99 “Gather ’round, all! Antarctic’s master storyteller, Rod Espinosa (Courageous Princess, Neotopia, Dracula, Tell-Tale Heart), will put a pleasant chill in your veins this Halloween as ...

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Book Review: The Dead Walk – Author Andy Black, Steve Earles

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THE DEAD WALK (PAPERBACK) by Andy Black, Steve Earles Published by Noir Publishing Publication Date: 2009 Format: Black /White with color photos – 288 pages Price: $28.95 Before even reading a single word I’m sure any horror fan would be impressed with this book. with 288 pages, color photos on almost every page and printed on great stock nicely bound ...

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