Brace yourselves, Vault dwellers, because it's about to get very geeky up in here. This week we're talking comics--horror comics, to be more specific. And 1970s Marvel horror comics, to be even more specific. Blade, Man-Thing, Werewolf By Night, Ghost Rider, Tomb of Dracula, the whole nine yards.
Joining me is fellow pop-culture obsessed Gen-Xer Bryan White of Cinema Suicide. He and I had begun conversing recently on Twitter about our shared enthusiasm for one of comics' most underrated movements and eras, and now, it's turned into all this. For those of you horror fiends who are also comics nerds, you're in for a treat. If you beat up guys like us in high school, kindly come back next week. We promise to have our lunch money for you then.
Take a listen to the embedded link below--or proceed directly to the Vaultcast page and download it.
Cinema Suicide: http://www.cinema-suicide.com
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