Scott talks with host of 'Shedunnit' podcast, Caroline Crampton, about the period between 1920 & 1940, regarded as the golden age of detective fiction.
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
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.
Mike and I review The Long Kiss Goodnight and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. We also discuss our favorite Christmas movies with a slight Christmas tree and Charles Dickens tangent.
Quote from Batman Begins (2005) Warner Bros -
Research book notes
Superheroes: Capes, cowls and the creation of comic book culture – Laurence Maslon and Michael Kantor (2013) Crown Archetype
A brief History of Superheroes – Brian J. Robb (2014) Robinson / Running Press
The Shadow #1: The living shadow – Maxwell Grant (originally 1931 / reprinted 1977) New English Library
The Avenger #2: The Yellow Hoard – Kenneth Robeson (originally 1939 / reprinted 1972) Warner paperback library
Doc Savage #14: The Fantastic Island – Kenneth Robeson (originally 1935 / reprinted 1966) Bantam Books