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Posts Tagged ‘Richard Arndt’


B&W Horrors & The Bog Brood Already En Route to Their New Homes… * A hearty and heartfelt recommendation for Richard Arndt‘s new book, Horror Comics in Black and White: A History and Catalog, 1964-2004 (2013, McFarland). I’m not sure how to put this politely, so I’ll just come out a say it: this is [...]


Temples of Terror SRB Online, In Print & On the Board Still shipping free Swamp Thing sketches hither and yon to the lucky folks who jumped aboard the SpiderBaby Store test marketing earlier this month. I won’t be posting all the sketch scans—after all, the repetition of mossy mug shots isn’t that rich in variety—but [...]


Gathering Horror The Overlooked Book of the Year is Still Available! Here’s How to Get Yours! On Friday, I wrote about the “one book I must bring to everyone’s attention before the year ends is David Horne‘s absolutely terrific, and sadly unsung, labor of love, Gathering Horror: A Completist Collector’s Catalogue and Index for Warren [...]


A few announcements today: * The grand opening of the Center for Cartoon Studies is Saturday Sept. 10 from 2-4pm. There will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony, students and faculty will be doing sketches for the public; there will also be a table selling graphic novels, comics, and books (the Vermont cartoonist table). This is the [...]