Scott and Julian have a deep dive looking at the Alan Moore years of Britain's first Superhero, Miracleman.
Scott talks with host of 'Shedunnit' podcast, Caroline Crampton, about the period between 1920 & 1940, regarded as the golden age of detective fiction.
An analysis and review of the iconic Batman story, The Dark Knight Returns
Podcast about the man who brought us Cosmic dread, interdimensional god like beings and the Necronomicon - Howard Philp Lovecraft.
How do Horror movies and modern myths influence each other? What are we still scared of?
Scott talks with author Jim Beard about the heroes that stepped off the pages of the pulp magazines during the dark days of the great depression.
Jim Beard Amazon Link
“The great Pulp Heroes” Book link
Let's get into History! Scott has the pleasure of talking with Richard Sharpe creator Bernard Cornwell and One of Sharpe's Chosen men from the TV series, Rifleman Harris, Jason Salkey.
For more about Bernard Cornwell and the Sharpe series visit bernardcornwell.net
Find out more about Jason's new book chronicling his time on the Sharpe series at unbound.com/books/from-crimea-with-love
More about Jason Salkey at riflemanharris.co.ukRead More
Scott talks the punk era of horror and his thoughts on the book "Paperbacks from Hell" as well as an interview with the author, Grady Hendrix.
For more information on author Grady Hendrix and his books please visit www.gradyhendrix.com
Scott catch's up with the official 20th Century Geek "Comic Book Guys" Matt and Jordan to talk about all things villainous, with a couple tangents.
In this show I have a think about horror tales about the terror hiding just under the surface of normality. I also interview Drake author Peter McLean. we also have a great Drake giveaway.
It this episode I take a look at the legacy and influence of the horror literature icon H P Lovercraft. I also interview horror novelist and lover of the Apocolypse David Moody.
In this show,
> A history of how Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman and Grant Morrison broke into Comics
> A review of Gaiman's Black Orchid, Morrison's Arkham Asylum and Moore's V for Vendetta
> An interview with Greg Carpenter, author of "British Invasion: Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison and the invention of the modern comic book writer
A look at film novelizations, how they can enhance the film and what they provide for fans.
Yes, People still read movie novelizations ... And write them too - Alex Suskind, Vanity Fair, 2014
Read 'em and weep - Joe Queenan, The Guardian, 2009
Are film novelizations really that bad? - Tom Huddleston, Time out
The Endangered art of the movie novelization - Will Sloan, Hazlift
Movie Novelsisations: Commercial cop-out or leg-it lit? - Mark from Provo Utah (Blog)
In praise of movie novelisations, and the gold they offer movie geeks - David Jones, Den of geek
Creation and Novelization - Jan Baetens, 2013