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Jonathan Clode

Jonathan Clode is a comic writer from Wales. His work includes the meta-fictional monster movie Fire-Beast comics, co-editor and writer for the Eisner nominated WWI anthology To End All Wars, and runs the All Is Not Well - comics about care website. When not doing all of that he watches an obscene amount of horror movies.

That Friday Feeling: A Study on the Friday the 13th Feature Films – Part 2

“THOSE DAMN ENCHILADAS!” FRIDAY THE 13TH PART V – A NEW BEGINNING New beginnings eh? Who doesn’t love those. A chance for revitalization and purpose reborn. The problem with new beginnings is they often slip back into old habits and turn out to be a load of false starts and empty promises… So, picking up after the final (definitely not …

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Eibon Press: A Look Back

As comic publishers trend towards endless reboots and universe redefining events, I think about the long lost movie adaptation. I was hooked by comics at the age of thirteen, and while I loved Mutants and Kryptonians as much as the next guy, it was the adaptations of Child’s Play 2 and Freddy’s Dead: the Final Nightmare, that did the hooking. …

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That Friday Feeling: A Study on the Friday the 13th Feature Films – Part 1

The human psyche is a complex thing. Not content with the status quo we fashion for ourselves, we seek to push the limits of our capabilities in the form of self-imposed challenges. This may be something personal, like weight loss, something educational like learning a language, or something elemental like climbing a mountain. Over recent months I have lost a …

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Comic Review: Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter – Issue #1

Depending on what kind of horror fan you are, you could look at the movie Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter as a missed opportunity.  Released by Hammer Studios in 1974, the film was intended as an alternative to their typical offering. Usually the monster was either the star, Christopher Lee, or both. Intending to flip their usual approach to vampire stories, …

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Comic Review: Sink #1

  SINK #1 WRITTEN BY JOHN LEES ART & COLOURS BY ALEX CORMACK LETTERS BY COLIN BELL PUBLISHED BY COMIX TRIBE The horror genre is known for its ubiquitous settings; a haunted family home, a house full of inbreeds in the middle of nowhere or a graveyard teeming with the undead. But horror fans are a fairly twisted bunch, and …

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