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Ep 142 – Monster Mania with Basil Gogos and Linda Touby

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Greetings Evil Geeks! Today we’ve got a show right out of the Evil Lair’s audio vaults. C-Mart takes a spin in a limo with world renowned artists Basil Gogos and Linda Touby. Basil has painted over 80 covers for Famous Monsters magazine and is a master when it comes to depicting all the baddies that kept us terrified as kids. Apologies for the sound, podcasts and moving vehicles are volatile combination!

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Ep 119 – Talking Hank Steiner: Monster Detective with Scott Schmidt and Tyler Sowles

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Hey there, Evil Geeks! Today’s episode finds C-Mart and Undies of Wondy chatting with Scott Schmidt and Tyler Sowles, the creators of the monster-noir mashup Hank Steiner: Monster Detective. The book is creatures, private eyes, and all out mayhem! If you like what you hear, make sure to grab a copy of Hank Steiner on Comixology.

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Let Me Put My Suggestions In You: The Dean Koontz Frankenstein Series

I think I have mentioned before that Dean Koontz has really grown on me as I have aged. As a younger teen I was scared of his novels much the way that I feared Stephen King stories. But as I have grown older I have come to find that Dean Koontz novels have a lot going on and are worth the fear they might cause. In fact, in the case of the initially three novel and now five novel series I want to talk about today, the Dean Koontz Frankenstein series, that perfect combination of horror and excitement was what makes it one that I am happy to suggest to you all.

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Evil Book Report – House of Comarré

Over the last couple years I have been intermittently reading this series, and last month I finished the fifth and final book of the collection. The series deals with a group of supernaturals familiar to all of us. It’s got vampires, shapeshifters, ghosts, and even ninja-like warriors. Some of my favorite characters in the novels are faeries. It was a fun read that I am happy to bring you my review of.

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Your Weekend Creature Comforts: Monsters From The Princess Bride

The Princess Bride is just one of those movies that everyone loves. Seriously, I can’t think of one person that has told me they hated that movie. Of course, I do know a lot of people who have not watched it for one reason or another, and let me tell you, you are really freaking missing out. This movie has everything you could want in a fantasy: sword fights, torture, mysterious heroes, romance, great side kicks, adorable wizards, loathsome villains, memorable one-liners, and even some creepy creatures. There is so much I could rant and rave about how fun this movie is, and timeless, but this weekend I am going to spotlight the two creatures we encounter in this fantasy world: the shrieking eels and R.O.U.S.es.

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Your Weekend Creature Comforts: The Gorn

Trekkies take comfort in this weekend’s creature comforts, as I delve in to a species that all your Star Trek TOS fans can get behind: today I talk all things Gorn.

I just love these old school costumes, don't you?

I just love these old school costumes, don’t you?

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