Watch It Now!
If you missed seeing it live, catch the entire LCX “Masks and Monsters of Mexican Golden Age Comics” presentation below. We ran out of time on the post Q&A so here’s text of what we didn’t get to: Q: Thoughts … Continued
SANTO Golden Age Comics at LCX
I’ll be presenting a brand new visual presentation called “Masks and Monsters of Mexican Golden Age Comics” as part of the virtual Latino Comics Expo Worldwide on Friday, September 18. Subtitled “And the Mystery of Their Modern Obscurity” — it’s … Continued
HOODTOWN back in print!
…and better than ever. As of today, a NEW print edition of Christa Faust‘s ground-breaking, genre-bending, “lucha-noir” defining alternate reality pulp Hoodtown is available on Amazon, bigger and better than ever. Highlights of this expanded, deluxe new edition include: new … Continued
We’re saddened by the news of the passing of Wakako Kawagoshi-Fisher, who was a collaborator and model for both From Parts Unknown and the predecessor to our VintageNinja.net site Ninja80. Condolences to the Fishers and her family in Japan, we’ve … Continued
RIP Bernie Wrightson
When you are a struggling indie magazine with a niche agenda, being able to tout a name like the legendary Bernie Wrightson as a guest artist in your pages means hundreds and hundreds of extra copies sold to an entirely … Continued
The ‘lost’ FPU interview with the late great GEORGE STEELE
Fifteen, maybe sixteen years ago I was honored to interview George Steele at a horror convention. He was there signing for fans more of his portrayal of Tor Johnson in ED WOOD than of his days in the ring, but still … Continued
For the love of RENCOR…
It’s been an excellent Fall season for our latest book Rencor: Life in Grudge City. Read this fantastic interview author Matt Wallace did for SLAM! Wrestling, Canada’s #1 source for pro wrestling news. Good for them for pushing the envelope … Continued
Book covers are a process. Especially now that book covers as we knew, and used to create them, no longer exist. When I designed my first book and magazine covers in the early 1990s, it was still a world of … Continued