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Steve unboxes the third and final shipment from The Mysterious Package Company. As you can see from his reaction, this truly was an experience!

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Steve gets the second delivery from The Mysterious Package Company. Check out what's in it, how it relates to the first package, and what may be in store for him in future packages!

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Steve gets the first delivery from The Mysterious Package Company. Check out what's in it, and what may be in store for him in future packages!

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This week I’m playing catch up so I’ve got my first batch of interviews from New York Comic Con for you.  I did six altogether and I’m breaking them up into two episodes. This first batch includes Sanford Greene and David F. Walker from Bitter Root, then Christofer Emgard, the writer of The Whispering Dark, and finally, Evan Dorkin, Veronica Fish, and Andy Fish from Blackwood. I’ll interject in between each interview to give some additional specifics.
Bitter Root #1 is scheduled for release on November 14th from Image Comics.  The Whispering Dark #1 is out now from Dark Horse Comics and the second issue is due out on November 21st.  Finally, Blackwood's single issues are available now from Dark Horse Comics and a trade paperback collecting the series is scheduled for December 12th.
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There's a surprising amount of horror-themed items in this month's Loot Crate. Can James get to all the sweet goodies before his children tear them apart?

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This week I had an awesome chat with writer Dave Dwonch.  His work includes Prom of the Dead and the new webcomic, Mind Palace, which creates a singular universe of all of Bryan Fuller’s TV creations, including Hannibal.  Dave has an abundance of stories and we just scratch the surface in this conversation. I definitely want to get him back on the show to talk some more.
Dave can be found online at OutOfMind.co.  You can find Mind Palace at MindPalaceComic.com and you can purchase Prom of the Dead at BehomethComics.us.  
In other news, past guest Mike Garley has returned to Kickstarter for a one-shot digital comic called Our Final Halloween.  At the time of this recording, he’s only a few days in with over 100 backers and about halfway to the funding goal.
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Check out this exclusive cliip from TERRORTORY 2, coming to Amazon Prime on October 1st, 2018!

"Terrortory 2", the sequel to the Amazon Star of October 2016, will premiere on October 1, 2018, on Amazon Prime. The film expands upon the original legend of the Terrortory, a wooded area in Maryland purported to contain monsters and urban legends. Both films are in the popular anthology format like Creepshow, Tales from the Darkside, and Trilogy of Terror.

The film was shot entirely in Maryland and is the seventh feature from filmaker Kevin Kangas, writer/director of the award-winning "Hunting Humans", "Fear of Clowns 1&2", "Bounty" and "Garden of Hedon". "Terrortory 2" is written entirely by Kangas other than one segment that's written by Stoker-nominated horror novelist Ronald Malfi. ("Bone White", "Snow", "Floating Staircase").

The film features actors Richard Cutting ("National Treasure 2"), Joe Cardamone ("Alaska Ice Cold Killers", Stormi Maya ("Death Kiss"), Josh Davidson ("Dead Island"), M.T. Smith ("Deadlands 2: Trapped"), Frederick Cowie ("Plan 9 From Outer Space"), Ali Lukowski ("You're F**kin' Dead!"), and B-movie legend George Stover ("Nightbeast", "Attack of the 60 Foot Centerfold" and "Hairspray").

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Ironically, with this month's Loot Crate theme being 'Mayhem' there's surprisingly little of it caused by James' two unwilling co-hosts as they stay relatively calm and under control for the unboxing of August's crate.

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This week’s guests are Drew Edwards and Paulo Hernandez.  Drew is the creator and writer of Halloween Man, a long-running horror webcomic.  Paulo is one of the artists on the new Halloween Man anthology comic Bat City Special, currently on Indiegogo.  This comic serves as a spooky love letter to the city of Austin, Texas and it’s clear from speaking to these two creators that they care deeply for that town.
There’s still plenty of time to back the Indiegogo campaign.  Rewards include numerous Halloween Man comics as well as original artwork, comissions, t-shirts, and more.
More information can be found at HalloweenMan.com.  Drew can be found online on Instagram as @Drew_Halloween.  He’s also one of the hosts of the Castle of Horror podcast.  Paulo can be found at his official site, FiveLineGraphics.net.
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Ben Grisanti returns!  He was last on the show to talk about Polybius Dreams, his ‘80s horror comic with a haunted video game.  This time around, Ben has a new creepy one-shot called Secret Santas that could very well become a new holiday tradition...just not one you’ll share with your kids.
Ben is currently running a Kickstarter campaign to fund the release of Secret Santas.  It’s well worth checking out.
You can find more about Ben’s work at HypnoticDogComics.com.  Ben can also be found on Twitter as @BenGrisanti.
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When a group of young explorers venture to a mysterious lake, they discover an island harboring an abandoned lab facility with a horrific legacy: the island is home to a deadly predator. Before they can turn back the crew gets dragged into a battle for their lives – former enemies will quickly need to put their egos aside and work together if there is any hope for survival.

Directed by Darrell Roodt and written by Jonathan Lloyd Walker from a story by Walker, Jeremy Smith and Matt Venables, LAKE PLACID: LEGACY was produced by Lance Samuels and co-produced by Adam Friedlander and Daniel Iron.

LAKE PLACID: LEGACY is available on DVD and Digital 9/4.

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Tamtrums and Tiaras. Join James as he unboxes July's Loot Crate where the theme is Team Up. Although his unwilling co-hosts are too young to spell, the prove there's no 'I' in tema, but there's definitely a 'me' if you look hard enough.

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This week’s guest is Tom Ward, the writer of Merrick: The Sensational Elephantman.  This indie darling follows the fictional adventures of the real life Elephantman diving into the supernatural and the occult.  The character has even had a crossover with another indie character, Dr. Crowe.
Tom is currently running a Kickstarter campaign to fund the release of issues #7 and #8.  You can check out the entire first issue for free before backing the campaign.
Tom can be found online on Twitter as @HighBrowTrash.
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Due to a scheduling snafu, I don’t have a guest this week.  I’ve got a few horror comics creators lined up for the next batch of episodes, but this ended up being an off week.  Don’t worry though. I’m prepared for this. This has happened once before in between episodes 25 and 26 where I played the introduction episode of the first, but lost HorrorTalk podcast, If You Watch This, I’ll Read That.
If you haven’t listened to that episode, here’s a quick recap.  The show is hosted by myself and my editor Steve Pattee. The idea is that I don’t watch a ton of horror movies and Steve doesn’t read a ton of horror comics so he’d give me a movie to watch and I’d give him a comic to read.  Then we’d come back and talk about it. This is the first discussion episode where I watched The Exorcist for the first time ever and Steve read one of my all-time favorite horror comics, Colder. This was recorded a few years ago, back when Colder was only a single mini-series.  Now it’s a trilogy.
We recorded four episodes of If You Watch This, I’ll Read That over the course of several months.  These never made it out into the world because we couldn’t quite get on a more routine schedule. I intend to launch a Patreon for Funny Book Splatter by the end of the year and this show is one of the goals I’ve outlined.  I want to try and carve out at least one a month. So, if you like the show, please let me know. I can be reached via email at [email protected] and on Twitter as @JamesFerguson.  I would love to hear what you think.
We’ll be back to our regularly scheduled programming next week.
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This week I’ve got a packed house for you.  Greg Smith, Michael Tanner, and Zach Lehner are here to talk about their young adult horror series, Junior Braves of the Apocalypse from Oni Press.  The comic follows a group of scouts as they return from a camping trip to find a zombie apocalypse has decimated their hometown. The second volume, Out of the Woods, just dropped this week.  
Quick note on the audio for this show. We had some technical difficulties getting Zach connected, but we figure it out a few minutes after we started chatting.  We could see Zach, but not hear him. That’s why we get so excited when he chimes in all of a sudden.
You can find out more about Junior Braves of the Apocalypse at the official site, JuniorBraves.com, Facebook.com/JuniorBraves65, @JuniorBraves65 on Twitter, and @JuniorBraves on Instagram.  Zach can be found online on Instagram @lehnerzach. Greg can be found on Twitter @ThatAmazingTwit. Michael can be found on Twitter @MikeIsErnie.
In other news, I recently posted the latest Loot Crate unboxing videos to the HorrorTalk YouTube channel.  I film these with my two kids and they’re increasingly out of control. In the newest one, my three year old tries to slit my throat with a plastic scalpel.  It’s a little nuts. Check them out and subscribe to the channel for more of these unboxing videos and other content.
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Join James, in what may be his last ever unboxing video, as he learns why professional actors always say never to work with children or animals. This month's Loot Crate theme is Colossal, which is also the size of the challenge James has to overcome to keep his unwilling co-hosts under control.

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This week’s guests are Charlie Stickney and Conor Hughes, the writer and artist of White Ash.  They describe this book as “Romeo & Juliet meets Lord of the Rings in rural Pennsylvania.” If that doesn’t hook you, nothing will.  Charlie and Conor are currently running a Kickstarter campaign to fund the release of the third issue of White Ash. They’ve already doubled their funding goal.  You can check out a preview of the first issue on the Kickstarter page. I’ve already sung it’s praises with a review.
Charlie and Conor also recently exhibited at San Diego Comic Con for the first time.  It was super awesome to hear about this experience bringing an indie comic to the biggest comic convention around.
You can find more information about White Ash at the official site, WhiteAshComic.com.  Conor has a Twitch stream where you can see him drawing in real time at Twitch.TV/ConorHughes.
In other news, past guest Frank Martin has just launched a Kickstarter campaign for the collected edition of Modern Testament.  He’s already met his funding goal so you can back this one with confidence.
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This week, writer M.L. Miller returns to talk about the conclusion of Gravetrancers from Black Mask Studios.  This has been a trippy and unpredictable read. No character is safe from this insanity. The fourth and final issue of Gravetrancers is due out on July 25th.  
You can find more from M.L. Miller at his official site, MLMillerWrites.com.  He also has his own podcast called Spoiler Alert.
In other news, the first volume of Long Lost from previous guest, Matthew Erman and artist Lisa Sterle is now out in stores.  This collects the first six issues of the series so if you slept on this in single issues, you can pick it up in the trade paperback.  On the Kickstarter front, past guest Mike Garley has returned with more Samurai Slasher. This time it’s a Survive Your Own Adventure book.  That’s right. It’s a horror version of the classic Choose Your Own Adventure series.
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This week’s guest is Joseph Oliveira, returning to the show to talk about his new project, Wendigo Wood.  I had first spoken with Joseph over a year ago, early in his comics career. Since then he’s had a few successful Kickstarter campaigns to fund the release of the first two issues of Ghost Island and an anthology called Folk Tales of the Cryptids.  He’s on Kickstarter again to fund the release of the first issue of Wendigo Wood, another comic that gives me a perfect excuse to avoid the outdoors.
Joseph can be found online at AfterLightComics.com.  Sign up for his newsletter to receive a free PDF of Ghost Island #1.  You can also follow him on Twitter at @AfterLightComic.
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This week I’ve got something a little different for you.  I speak with Phil Butehorn, another writer just starting out in the horror comics industry.  We compare notes on first projects and processes including getting out ideas, working with creative teams, and pitching.  
Phil also runs the I Love Horror Comics Facebook page.  If you’re a fan of this show, you should definitely go over there and give it a Like.  Phil can also be found at Illuminerdi.com and on Twitter @TheIllumiNerdi.
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This week’s guest is Michael Sambrook, one of the minds behind Griff Gristle and the horror anthology comic, Horrere.  Michael is part of a group of creators in the UK steadily pumping out some solid indie comics so I’ve been eager to speak to him.  Unfortunately, this interview gets cut short due to some day job responsibilities. I intend to have Michael back on the show soon along with some of his colleagues from Madius Comics.
Michael will be tabling at Glassgow Comic Con this Saturday, June 30th where he’ll have copies of Horrere #3 available in print for the first time.  This was first released in digital this past Halloween. Horrere is carrying on the tradition of classic horror anthology comics like Tales from the Crypt and Creepy.  
Michael can be found on Twitter at @Rapiaghi.  Follow along with Madius Comics on Twitter at @MadiusComics.  You can find Michael’s work on the Comichaus app, as well as at payhip.com/horrere.
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This week, for the first time, I’ve got three guests on the show.  I spoke with Nick Keller, Conor Nolan, and Kelly Fitzpatrick, the writer, artist, and colorist (respectively) of Bedtime Games.  This is an awesome new horror series from Dark Horse Comics set to debut on Wednesday, June 27th. It has a definite Stephen King vibe to it too as the comic follows three kids who head into a tunnel looking for mischief and end up uncovering a horrifying monster.  
Nick can be found at his official website, NickFKeller.com and on Twitter @NickFKeller. Conor can be found at his official website, ConorNolan.com and on Twitter @conor_draws. Kelly can be found on Twitter @wastedwings.  You can follow Kelly’s dog on Instagram at @bostonboyarchie and Conor’s dog at @mayorofpuppytown.
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James unboxes the April 2018 Loot Crate with his eternally unruly co-hosts. In a rare occurrence, nothing gets broken.

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This week’s guest is Michael Stark, the co-writer of Wolverton: Thief of Impossible Objects.  Michael’s journey is pretty interesting as he had originally intended for Wolverton to be a feature film, but producers told him they were only buying IP that was a comic book first...so he made it into a comic.  He used Kickstarter to fund the printing of the first issue of a planned six issue series.
You can learn more about Wolverton at the official site, WolvertonComicBook.com and on Twitter @wolvertoncomic.
In other news, previous guest and prolific horror comics writer Cullen Bunn is on Kickstarter with an original graphic novel called Metro.  It’s co-written by Brian Quinn from Impractical Jokers and illustrated by Walt Flanagan. As a big fan of Tell Em, Steve-Dave, I was all over this.  Cullen Bunn’s involvement certainly didn’t hurt.
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This week’s guest is Matthew Summo, the writer of Dedication from the now defunct Double Take Studios.  Matthew’s story is fascinating as he was front and center for the rise and fall of Double Take so I pick his brain about how it all went down.  His work has already been featured in a recent FUBAR anthology.
Matthew can be found online at his official website, MattSummo.com and on Twitter @mattmanbegins.
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