In this weeks edition of “Shelf Gratification” Ganache once again takes us down the rabbit hole of classic horror movies, but this time through the lens of their soundtracks!! “Blood On Black Wax” written by Rue Morgue Magazine’s Music Editor Aaron Lupton, and Author Jeff Szpirglas, and published by 1984 publishing (http://www.1984publishing.com) is an in Read MoreNo Comments on Shelf Gratification – Blood On Black Wax
In this edition of “Shelf Gratification” Ganache takes a look at April Snellings’ career retrospective of revered genre artist “Ghoulish” Gary Pullin. Pullin has been in the industry for decades, and is currently an art columnist for “Rue Morgue” magazine. His work has touched on everything from Horror, to Sci Fi, and even movies such Read MoreNo Comments on Shelf Gratification: Ghoulish
Robert Greenberger, former editor at DC Comics, Starlog, and Comics Scene has been spending the last few years working on some fantastic retrospective books for Quarto Publishing. Under the “100 Greatest Moments” banner he has already tackled The Justice League, DC Comics Heroines (which I reviewed for this very website, give it a look), and Read MoreNo Comments on Shelf Gratification: Batman 100 Greatest Moments
What’s up everyone!!! Recently Ganache had a chance to take a look at a couple of really interesting books, that do a great job a tugging on your nostalgia heartstrings. The first Book is “Ad Astra” from author Michael Gingold, and published by 1984 Publishing. “Ad Astra” is a love note to all the classic Read MoreNo Comments on Shelf Gratification – A Ganache twofer!!!
Depending on your interest in a myriad number of things, you are going to either love or loathe William James Murray. He is an avid golfer with a reported handicap of 7, owns minor league baseball teams, loves major league sporting events, and any of that could teeter your opinion of the man to one Read MoreNo Comments on Saint Bill
“Your superior intellect is no match for our puny weapons!” ~ Kang, The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror II, “The Monkey’s Paw”, episode 42 Thirty years is longevity in the entertainment industry. Thirty years of a single constant, with little visible change in the outward appearance. That’s an impressive feat, one that is easier when the Read MoreNo Comments on It’s a Helluva Town
A fourth edition for the 2015 Xmas shopping season starts with a recap for those that don’t wish to hit all the earlier posts. The list, in order of department: Comics: Knights of the Dinner Table from KenzerCo. Atomic Robo, formerly of Red 5 Comics, now at IDW Publishing. Infinite Kung-Fu, a Top Shelf top Read MoreNo Comments on Shopping Suggestions 4: The Quest for Hope
Now that Thanksgetting has passed and Black Friday is behind the world-weary retail workers, let’s look at another series of potential ideas for your favorite geek before the Xmas season is done. Not that shopping can’t be done at any other time of the year, but hey, I’m not the one buying, I’m just telling Read MoreNo Comments on Shopping Suggestions 2: The Sacrifice