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    Toys of Terror #1

    Welcome to TOYS OF TERROR, Fango’s weekly feature exhibiting the coolest horror accessories across the web. Whether you’re a collector, connoisseur or simply making your love of horror a family affair, these petrifying playthings are likely to impress even the most heartless horror fan. So if you’re searching for a ghoulish gift, look no further…

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    “AMERICAN VAMPIRE: SECOND CYCLE” (Comic Review)

    Launching careers, AMERICAN VAMPIRE started as a simple vampire comic in 2010 and has since become one of the most well-received horror series in years. Utilizing clever play on the creatures’ long-held mythos, while telling a compelling story that spanned a solid seventy years of American history and five volumes of graphic novel, AMERICAN VAMPIRE is new again. After a yearlong break, AMERICAN VAMPIRE: SECOND CYCLE sees original creators Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque return to finish what they started, claiming that this new creation is “the beginning of the huge machinations of the whole series, from here forward, toward the finale.”

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    “THE SUMMER JOB” / “THE FIRST ONE YOU EXPECT” (Book Review)

    True horror disciples have secret codes and sacred texts that we trade back and forth, with great passion and faith. We may not have read all the books, or seen all the films – TOO MANY, TOO MANY for mortal mind to contain! – but we explore, we excavate, we follow the trail to the next golden jolt. Digging up treasures, to share with our tribe.

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    “ITTY BITTY HELLBOY” (Comic Review)

    From fighting Nazi abominations to beating up witches to going to Hell itself, HELLBOY has seen and done it all. But there’s one thing even Big Red wasn’t prepared to do: protect his cardboard fortress from the villainy of Dr. Karl Kroenen! Miniaturized for tiny hands, ITTY BITTY HELLBOY shows lighter sides of the grim demon spawn as he goes on ridiculously fun adventures the whole family can get into. A solid introduction to comics for young readers, this new collection mixes together the quirky humor of the Sunday funnies with the established characters of the HELLBOY universe, making this a great read for fans across the board.

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    “NIGHTBREED’s” Nicholas Vince talks his fiction collection “OTHER PEOPLE’S DARKNESS”

    Nicholas Vince has been exceptionally busy of late. In addition to over a year of promotional appearances for NIGHTBREED: THE CABAL CUT, the child of Midian and former screen Cenobite (in the first two HELLRAISERs) has penned a number of delightfully horrific and sensual works of fiction, as well as staging a very successful theatrical adaptation.

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    Rare Lugosi “DRACULA” Poster and Other Creepy Curios at the Vintage Movie Poster Auction in Dallas

    The only known copy of an almost seven-foot-tall movie poster for the 1947 reissue of  the original 1931 DRACULA is believed to fetch a princely (of darkness) $40,000 when it crosses the block March 22-23 in Heritage Auctions’ Vintage Movie Poster Signature® Auction in Dallas. The fearsome three sheet poster, showing a lecherous Bela Lugosi ready to strike his next victim, highlights more than 1,200 unique lots of movie monsters, stunning heroines, and a cache of rare silent movie posters discovered above an Ohio garage.

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    “CASTLEVANIA: LORDS OF SHADOW 2″ (Game Review)

    If you plan to play CASTLEVANIA: LORDS OF SHADOW 2 without playing the previous two installments (LORDS OF SHADOW and MIRROR OF FATE, which was originally for the 3DS but has since been ported for XBL and PSN download), prepare yourself for some heavy confusion.  I have played those two, and even I found myself a bit lost at times during its 20 hour or so campaign, as characters tend to come back into the narrative out of nowhere and with minimal or no refresher as to who they are or what their significance was.  Luckily, you can skip over the story if you want and simply enjoy the well-constructed combat mechanic and various gameplay styles that send this series out on a relative high note.

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