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    “THE HALLOWEEN LEGION: THE GREAT GOBLIN INVASION” (Comic Review)

    There’s something strange happening in the little town of Woodland. Of course, this is one of those towns where something strange always happens, a spooky crossroad for all things that bump in the night. Such is the setting of THE HALLOWEEN LEGION, an all-ages story about a haunted circus, an unlucky city, and a Halloween-themed collection of heroes each imbued with unique powers. Don’t let the young reader tag fool you; with its clever writing and characters, the work is appealing for the weird kid in everyone, from new readers to experienced horror fans. THE HALLOWEEN LEGION: THE GREAT GOBLIN INVASION (now available from Dark Horse Comics) continues where the novella left off, this time pinning our heroes against invaders from space.

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    “BALTIMORE: THE INFERNAL TRAIN” #1 (Comic Review)

    Bigger weapons, higher death-tolls, and political interests have changed the face of mans need to divide and conquer, but for some, like Henry Baltimore, actions in battle have consequences far beyond human understanding. With a post-war Europe plagued with vampires, BALTIMORE takes the traumas of war and mixes it with the arcane and bizarre; creating a sublime series that ensnares readers with its dark charm. BALTIMORE: THE INFERNAL TRAIN takes our hero into the wild streets of Budapest as he continues his hunt to eradicate the blood-suckers that he, mistakenly, let out onto the world.

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    Waking the Old Ones: NecronomiCon Providence 2013

    Over a long, humid weekend, the fourth edition of the H.P. convention known as the NecronomiCon Providence welcomed hundreds of guests, some which came from such far away places as the U.K., California, Toronto, and Abu Dhabi. Organized by the Lovecraft Arts & Sciences Council with support from the City of Providence and Dark Dunes Productions, the event spanned four days, two hotels, two theaters, the Providence Athenaeum, two art galleries, a restaurant, a rock club, and not one, but two hotels. The conference itself boasted several panels, gaming events, walking tours, dozens of vendors, a concert, Cthulu prayer breakfast, gala, and special WaterFire event—a celebratory Providence phenomenon consisting of over 80 permanent bonfires rising from the river—with live music, and lots of monstrous cosplay.

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    Veteran Horror Producer launches Oscar Campaign for GAHAN WILSON Doc

    Veteran producer Steven-Charles Jaffe,  the man behind such FANGORIA-approved classics as MOTEL HELL, DEMON SEED and NEAR DARK and the romantic sci-fi/fantasy gems TIME AFTER TIME, GHOST and STRANGE DAYS recently turned his energy towards the life and times of legendary macabre socio-political cartoonist and illustrator Gahan Wilson with his already award-winning doc BORN DEAD, STILL WEIRD.

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    Q&A: Grade School Metal Band and “AMERICA’S GOT TALENT” darlings, MURP

    Aaralyn and Izzy O’Neil are collectively known as MURP, a brother-sister Metal tinted band from Boston, Mass who started their wild act in 2010 after vocalist Aaralyn—who was three at the time—discovered she could scream like the Devil. Spurred on by their parents, they competed on TV reality show AMERICA’S GOT TALENT earlier this year performing their mind-bending screamo gem “Zombie Skin,” confusing Howard Stern, impressing Howie Mandel and blowing away a shocked audience.  Though the kids made it to the finals, they were eventually eliminated, but this did little to defeat them. They went back to Boston and made a four-track EP called BROKEN CRAYONS, which is now available.

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    Limited Edition “AMERICA HAUNTS” Magazine now on sale!

    Earlier this summer we announced our upcoming AMERICA HAUNTS special issue, a full-color FANGORIA salute to the country’s most terrifying scary attractions prepared exclusively for the America Haunts association—the stamp of approval for the scariest spookhouses out there. The magazine is now on sale, but we are ONLY selling 1500 copies here on our website. After that, you have to get down to one of the participating HAUNTS to get one before its gone for good!

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    “TALES OF HOT ROD HORROR #2″ (Comic Review)

    Be it possessed autos looking for vengeance or a hitchhiker horror story, cars have long been a safe go to for chilling tales. TALES OF HOT ROD HORROR takes that classic formula and spins it for a new generation of readers, bringing in artists and writers from all over the industry to participate. Taking cues from vintage horror comics, the work is a collection of short tales focusing on cars and the open road masterminded by writer Devon Devereaux. With the first volume having already been out for a couple years, the second one has finally hit shelves thanks to a successful Kickstarter Campaign.

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