Tag: Richard Corben

Episode 224: Reviews of Beowulf, Canopy, and Shadows on the Grave #1 and #2

Time Codes: 00:00:29 – Introduction 00:02:44 – The end of January already? 00:04:25 – Beowulf 00:43:42 – Canopy 00:59:17 – Shadows on the Grave #1 and #2 01:22:23 – Wrap up 01:23:12 – Contact us Hwæt! For this week’s episode, Andy and Derek put on their

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Episode 124: Reviews of 10 Different Number One Issues

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Krazy Komics Kavalcade On this week’s podcast, the Two Guys with PhDs take on a gargantuan task: they review ten different #1 issues from a variety of publishers. First they look at several debuts from

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Comics Alternative Special: Halloween Comics 2014

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Zoinks! You’ll definitely find treats, and not tricks, on this special episode of The Comics Alternative. Derek and Gene take their annual look at the various comics being releases specifically for Halloween or published to coincide with the season. They

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Interview: Richard Corben

Conducted by Derek Royal Let’s be blunt: Richard Corben is a legend. From his early underground comix — in titles such as Slow Death, Skull, and Grim Wit — to his seminal work in Métal Hurlant (and the American Heavy Metal) and

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Comics Alternative Podcast Episode 80: Reviews of Dead Letters #1, Shutter #1, Star Mage #1, and Edger Allan Poe’s The Premature Burial

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Lots o’ New Stuff! In this episode of The Comics Alternative, the third of what promises to be an unprecedented five consecutive shows for a single week, Derek and Andy W. discuss four new #1 and one-shot issues. First, they

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Review: Richard Corben’s The Raven and The Red Death

by Derek Royal The Raven and The Red Death, by Richard Corben (Dark Horse) Back in July, I reviewed Richard Corben’s two-issue adaptation of The Fall of the House of Usher, noting that one of the things that made it stand

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Review: Richard Corben’s The Fall of the House of Usher

By Derek Royal Just last month Dark Horse Comics released the second in Richard Corben’s two-part miniseries, The Fall of the House of Usher. This publication is notable for at least a couple of reasons. First, it’s yet another example of

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