Don't Miss Podcast

DON’T MISS: American Vampire: Survival of the Fittest #1 with Scott Snyder & Screamland #1 with Christopher Sebela

Show Notes

Running Time: 00:29:20

We're doubling up Don't Miss this week, with 2 books that deserve your eyeballs and patronage. Hold on for two very different takes on horror. Don't Miss either of them!

First up, Christopher Sebela tells us about Screamland #1 from Image Comics. Continuing a mini series from a few years back, the now-ongoing book takes a look at a Hollywood where the monsters are real, not just actors. Except they're just like actors. But times have gotten tougher for them, as CGI and modern tastes have made it harder to get good work for Wolf Man, the Fish Monster, and others. Sebela is co-writing this satirical look at Hollywood and the horror movie genre with original series creator Harold Sipe.

Screamland #1
Story by Christopher Sebela and Harold Sipe
Art by Lee Leslie
$2.99 – Image Comics

Next up, Scott Snyder is with us talking about American Vampire: Survival of the Fittest #1 from Vertigo. This mini series focuses on the European theater in WWII (as the main series is in the Pacific right now), as Cash McCogan and Felicia Book fight Nazis. Of course, there are vampires and secrets and all that good stuff, but there is also the sublime Sean Murphy on art duties. Scott tells us all about what to expect with the mini-series.

American Vampire: Survival of the Fittest #1
Story by Scott Snyder
Art by Sean Murphy
$2.99 – Vertigo/DC Comics

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  1. *straightens tie* I guess I’m more well known then I thought.

    Seriously though thanks for the mention Scott! From the first work you ever did (with Human Torch 75th Anniversary) it’s been amazing to read all your work. Can’t wait for this mini! 

  2. can barely hear josh’s questions.

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