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Friday, 30 April 2021

Dark Horse Stampedes Into Audio Arena...

Following last week's announcement that Graphic Audio will be producing full-cast audio adaptations of Archie Comics stories, this week it was revealed that the company has signed on to adapt adventures from Dark Horse Comics as well.

Already scheduled for release in September are The Mask: I Pledge Allegiance To The Mask, by Christopher Cantwell & Patric Reynolds, and Living with the Dead: A Zombie Bromance by Din and Mike Richardson & Ben Stenbeck.

These will be followed in November by Ghost: In the Smoke, from Kelly Sue DeConnick, Phil Noto, & Jenny Frison, and Duane Swierczynski & Eric Nguyen‘s X, Volume OneBig Bad.

Having previously worked with Marvel and DC, Graphic Audio offers a broad portfolio of comic book adaptations, including Vault Comics' Vagrant Queen and Dynamite's The Boys.

There Is Too Much Good Stuff Being Made! When Do We Have Time To Watch It All?

Based on the beloved DC Comic, and Executive Produced by Susan Downey & Robert Downey Jr., Sweet Tooth is a post-apocalyptic fairytale about a hybrid deer-boy and a wandering loner who embark on an extraordinary adventure.
All episodes of Sweet Tooth premiere on June 4, only on Netflix.

DC Fandome Returns In October...


Following the incredible success of last year's inaugural DC Fandome, the free, online, celebration of all things relating to DC Comics is returning in October.

This year's event is scheduled for October 16... and I shall definitely be there.

Akin to the massive Disney Investor Day of revelations, I'm hoping this kind of globally-available, online - and, most importantly, free - promotional events are the shape of things to come.

They do wonders for generating good word of mouth and cementing fan loyalties to their properties.

Can't wait to see what DC will have to show us come October: hopefully some more footage from The Batman and Black Adam, for starters!

No New Falcon & The Winter Soldier Today, But Now We Can Go Behind-The-Scenes...

Thursday, 29 April 2021

Horror DVD Of The Week: Willy's Wonderland (2021)

A nameless, eccentric, taciturn drifter (Nicolas Cage) finds himself stranded in an isolated town, and the only way he can get the cash to pay for his car repairs is by spending the night cleaning the town's derelict roadside attraction, Willy's Wonderland.

Of course, it turns out that there's a catch... of the supernatural kind.

The animatronic creatures of Willy's Wonderland not only come to life after dark, but are hungry.

There are two major factors immediately in Willy's Wonderland's favour: firstly, is there, really, such a thing as a bad Nic Cage movie (The Wicker Man aside, but that's a whole 'nother conversation)?

And, secondly, any film that plays out with Free Bird scores well with me.

However, ultimately, Willy's Wonderland feels like a movie where the idea was better on paper than in its execution.

Cage playing a character that doesn't say a word is an inspired choice, but his performance is surprisingly restrained. 

Even though there's plenty of violent fight scenes, as well as possibly too many of him playing pinball, he lacks the expected memorable physicality of, say, Sailor Ripley from Wild at Heart.

And the plot, itself, isn't really anything that new.

Both the "town that has made a deal with the Devil" and the "murderous animatronics" are well-known horror movie tropes, but Willy's Wonderland plays them both at face value and doesn't do anything that unique or inventive with them.

The backstory to the events that unfold is gruesomely fascinating and there's a definite consistent verisimilitude about the townsfolk and the bargain they have entered into to protect their own, but I kept hoping for more.

Just off the top of my head, on the animatronic side alone, Willy's Wonderland is Child's Play writ large, mashed up with Five Nights At Freddy's, and The Banana Splits Movie.

The 'serial killer cult' (shades of The Following) was a nice touch, but then the lack of distinctly different personalities within that felt like a missed opportunity.

Cage's silence allowed locals to drop exposition on him - and us - quite convincingly. 

However, several of his character's quirks, such as his regular break schedule (whatever else was going on) are left unexplained, almost to the extent of suggesting his character is a blank slate that simply acts as the story demands... kind of like an animatronic amusement park mascot!

Enjoyable nonsense while it's on, Willy's Wonderland isn't a film that's going to be bothering anyone's Top Ten Favourite Horror Movie lists, but is silly enough for a fun, brain-in-neutral, beer-and-pizza film night viewing experience.

Marvel Reveals Free Comic Book Day Titles...

With this year's Free Comic Book Day being in August, rather than May as has been traditional, for COVID reasons, publishers have more time to whip up readers, old and new, into a frenzy with their title revelations.

This week saw Marvel unmaking the cover art of their new FCBD offerings: Spider-Man/Venom art (above) from Patrick Gleason, and an Avengers/Hulk cover (below) from Ryan Ottley.

"...this year Marvel Comics will release two Free Comic Book Day titles, each containing two separate stories. These exciting tales will provide perfect entry points for new readers to the thrilling ongoing sagas of the Avengers, Spider-Man, Venom, and the Hulk and give comic fans their first glimpse at the exciting new eras for their favourite characters.
"These issues will shape the Marvel Universe as we know it with direct connections to the year’s biggest upcoming storylines.
"Crafted by some of Marvel Universe’s chief architects including Jason Aaron and Chip Zdarsky and many more surprises and featuring art by superstars like Marvel’s Stormbreaker Iban Coello and Greg Smallwood, Free Comic Book Day 2021: Avengers/Hulk and Free Comic Book Day 2021: Spider-Man/Venom will be must-have for fans."

#RPG Swearing Is Fun... In Spaaaaacccce!


Let's be honest, swearing can be fun... but sometimes, when you're, say, gaming with kids or prudish grandmothers, you don't want your characters running round dropping f-bombs and other offensive letters of the alphabet.

Over the years, writers of space-bound comics and TV shows have had varying degrees of success with inventing substitute swears, such as Battlestar Galactica's legendary "frak", or "flark", "d'ast", "shlag", "dink" and "garked" from the Guardians of The Galaxy comics.

Now, the industrious RPG writer Hodag has created a free, downloadable, document that allows you to create your own "outer space swears" entitled Motherflip!

Download it, try it out, and bring some family-friendly, light-hearted, cussing to your tabletop adventures.

Wednesday, 28 April 2021

Weird Wednesday...

Just Who Are The Bad Batch?


Ahead of next week's debut - on May The Fourth - Disney Plus and Star Wars has released this introductory featurette about their new animated heroes, The Bad Batch.

#RPG Episode Six: Kingdom Of The Spiders

The Tuesday Knights

Previously On The Theoretical Science Foundation:

The underwater base's proximity alarm alerted our heroes to the approach of a pair of aquatic dinosaurs.  The team's sub was chased back into harbour, and one of the team tragically died in the maw of angry plesiosaur.

Still reeling from the death of one of their own, the team made contact with other TSF bases around the country to ascertain a better picture of the overall situation.

They learned that the area around the Nevada/California border, where they were, seemed to be a particular hotspot for the "infected" (aka zombies).

Buck (my explorer character) was quite insistent that contact be made with the late Dr Jill Davidson's brother, Jeff, a dashing young geologist for The United States Geological Survey (USGS), that Freya (Clare's photojournalist) had taken quite a shine to.

Jeff Davidson
Unfortunately, the USGS informed us that Jeff had been out of contact for a couple of days, since discovering a new cave system in the Desolation Wilderness (the other side of Lake Tahoe) that had been opened up by recent tectonic activity. 

Two of the security guards in our extended group had loaded our terrorist prisoners into the truck we had arrived in, to take them to the proper authorities, and so we helped ourselves to fresh TSF transport for the journey round Lake Tahoe, into California.

Our scientist colleagues - and the remaining guards - stayed back at the Lake Tahoe base to continue their research.

The plan was for us to go to Jeff's base station - an abandoned farm house in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada - and find his reports on the exact location of the cave entrance he was exploring when the USGS lost contact with him and his young intern, Jimmy Pulver.

As we pulled up to the farm property that had been Jeff's base, large clouds of sulphurous smoke were seen - and smelled - in the distance, possibly from a fresh vent, Buck theorised.

The double front doors of the house were ajar, but there was no answer as we went in, calling Jeff and Jimmy's names. 

Exploring the ground floor of the farmhouse

The building appeared to have an arachnid problem, it was infested with larger than normal spiders that were skittering around most of the rooms, leaving quite a few webs, but otherwise not bothering us.

Onyx (Erica's cat burglar, played by me in Erica's absence) and Buck soon found Jeff's maps and notes on the dining room table.

These seemed to suggest that Jeff was particularly interested in a nearby "swelling" that had elevated a large portion of land, opening a number of fissures in the process.

His last diary entry said that he and Jimmy were going to investigate some "unusual animal activity".

There was a crashing sound from a cupboard in the kitchen and Dick Tate (Kevin's G-man) and Freya rushed to investigate.

Opening the door they were shocked by a trio of spiders the size of dinner plates, rearing up and hissing at them.

Dick shot one, but then one sprung upon him and another jumped on Freya.

Onyx and Buck joined the fight, but ultimately it was "Deadeye Dick" Tate who killed all three of the hairy critters.

Fr Ned bravely ventured upstairs alone

Meanwhile, upstairs Fr Ned (Simon's priest) was investigating the bedrooms and had been ambushed by a monstrous spider the size of a German shepherd, knocking him to the floor.

Hearing his cry, we all raced upstairs to find the priest  tussling with the great beast.

The spider was slain in a hail of bullets, causing it to explode in a rain of blood and ichor that coated Fr Ned.

Nearby lay a body on one of the beds - the exsanguinated corpse of poor young Jimmy Pulver.

We were too late to save Jimmy Pulver!

While Freya and Buck examined the remains of the inexplicability enormous arachnid, Fr Ned, Dick, and Onyx continued the exploration upstairs - looking for clues as to Jeff's fate and a possible lead on our oversized invaders.

In another bedroom, Dick and Fr Ned heard sounds from under the bed akin to "lots of fingers on wood", so Dick threw back the eiderdown as Fr Ned and Oynx squatted down to see what was making the noise.

Fr Ned sparked up his lighter and was met by the sight of eyes reflecting his flame, flanked by massive mandibles that charged at him, followed by the body of an unearthly centipede.

While Onyx buried a crossbow bolt in the monster's flank, it was Fr Ned's blow with his knuckledusters that laid the fiend out.

With the creature alive and intact, this would make a good specimen for Buck to examine. 

But what's the cause - and connection - between the rise of the infected, the appearance of a pair of dinosaurs in Lake Tahoe, and now these giant spiders and the centipede?

Centipede attack!

To Be Continued...

 
The Theoretical Science Foundation - The Cast:
  • Buck Hannigan - played by me
  • Dick Tate - played by Kevin
  • Father Timothy 'Ned' O’Flaherty - played by Simon
  • Freya Larson - played by Clare 
  • Onyx Jones - played by Erica (absent, played by me)
Showrunner - Pete

Missed an episode? Catch up with this hot new show right here.

Has The Asylum Out-Asylumed Itself With Latest Monstrous Mockbuster Monstrosity?


Abraham Ape? Really? Absolutely no attempt has been made to obfuscate the IP that Ape vs Monster is ripping off.

But I don't think Warner Bros has anything to worry about this challenging the dominance of Godzilla vs Kong on the home entertainment front, or at the box office.

IMDB has the following as Ape vs Monster's synopsis, and this makes as much sense as anything in the world of The Asylum:
"An ape crash-lands on Earth, which creates a sludge that makes him and a passing scorpion grow to giant-size, resulting in a fight for dominance."
There's no release date yet for Ape vs Monster, but I, for one, can't wait!

Tuesday, 27 April 2021

Marvel vs DC: Has The Question Of The Ages Finally Been Answered?

Wonder Woman is, apparently, the most popular superhero in the UK, although we're more predicatble when it comes to supervillains, favouring The Joker.

Massive hat tip to Calvin (of Cave of Cool fame) for drawing my attention to this "research" by UK video game store, Game, into the global perspective on the eternal debate: Marvel or DC?

As I don't tend to read X-books these days, I had no idea who Emplate was and only really know Daken because of his Wolverine connection.

The Game website has quite a bit on all this, with breakdowns of preferred publisher by country (spoiler: Marvel stomps DC, although DC is big in Russia... where they favour Venom as their villain of choice), as well as popularity by State in America, and some discussion of their process (it's based on volumes of Google searches) and the results.

Click through to see larger maps as well.

Easy-To-Digest Analysis Of Marvel's Obsession With "Event" Stories...


One of my favourite YouTube channels, Strange Brain Parts, has begun a series of short videos breaking down the contents, tropes, and flaws of Marvel's modern event titles, starting with Avengers Disassembled and continuing with House of M.

Each is less than 10 minutes, and while there's some repetition of tropes that repeat through all "events", these are well worth a watch and your careful consideration.

Without naming him in the video, the first one, for instance, addresses a major problem I have with Brian Michael Bendis's writing of team books (a tendency towards verbose 'telling' in lieu of 'showing').

Strange Brain Parts' offerings aren't shouty, "I hate everything that isn't how I want it" videos, but measured analysis of the material.

"Events" are a particular bugbear of mine as, as is mentioned in the videos, they often feel corporate-driven, rather than story-driven, but then again I absolutely loved the recent Empyre event, shepherded by Al Ewing and Dan Abnett, and have been drawn into the whole King in Black story, thanks to my newfound appreciation of Donny Cates sublime run on Venom.

Monday, 26 April 2021

The Animated Justice League Makes The Move To Comic Books In July...

The beloved animation Justice League Unlimited, from the early 2000s, is finally getting its own comic book continuation this year from DC.

A digital-first release (no, I don't know why, either), beginning May 13, the seven-issue mini-series, co-written by Justice League Unlimited producer James Tucker and series writer J.M. DeMatteis with art by Ethen Beavers, of Justice League Infinity will be available in print from July 7.

This new series stars all of the fan-favourite characters from the revered series – Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, The Flash, Green Lantern John Stewart, Hawkgirl and Martian Manhunter – banding together to face new dangers that not only threaten Earth, but the multiverse itself.
These new stories will also give Tucker, DeMatteis and Beavers the chance to incorporate a host of new characters from across the DC Multiverse when bringing these animated heroes and villains to comics. 
In this debut issue, there is a being wandering the universe searching for its true purpose, but what it finds out on the farthest edges of the cosmos will change not just our universe, but many!
Meanwhile, the war for the throne of Apokolips arrives on Earth, and the true ruler will only be decided one way: Who can destroy the Justice League?

The DC website continues:
The first digital chapter of this series arrives on participating digital platforms on Thursday, May 13, 2021, priced at $1.99. The 20-page print issue hits comic book stores on Tuesday, July 7, 2021. The issue #1 main cover is provided by Francis Manapul with a card stock variant cover created by Scott Hepburn (check local comic book stores for availability). Each 20-page issue sells for $3.99, with the card stock variant cover selling for $4.99 (variant covers for issue #1 only).

Second Draft of Knight City Guidebook for The Tuesday Knights Gets Big Thumbs Up!

The second draft of my introductory guidebook for my Knight City/Amazing Heroes campaign has arrived and  I have to say I'm very pleased.

Seeing them in hand, I can confirm that the changes I made from the first draft, such as altering the binding (from wire coil to staples) and moving some of the pages around for a better flow, were the right decision.

Just need to give this second draft a final proof read and sort out an issue with one of the pictures (it's been in the book since its original iteration, but for some reason now has decided to distort... I suspect because I put a frame around it!).

Then, once I'm finally happy with the booklet, I will pull the trigger on multiple copies so that I can hand out (or mail) one to every member of the Tuesday Knights, when it gets closer to my 'turn' to run my campaign for the group.

This is My Quest, To Follow That Star, No Matter How Hopeless, No Matter How Far...

 

If you're reading HeroPress on a laptop or computer (the only way to really appreciate the full glory of the blog), you might have noticed that I now highlight the audiobook I am currently listening to.

It's over on the right-hand side, way down below Words From The Wise (my readers' comments selection)

At the moment, I'm several stories into a revisitation of Wild Cards, Volume One, the shared universe of "superhero" stories, edited by George RR Martin and, initially, spun out out of a Superworld RPG campaign that Martin was running for his writer-friends.

Almost as much as the comics we were reading at the time, the Wild Cards anthologies were a core part of the development of our original HeroPress play-by-snailmail campaign back in the day.

I know I devoured the first three volumes at least when they came out, but now I intend to audio my way through the entire series!

Well, that's the plan. Clearly this is now a lifelong project for me.

There are currently almost 30 anthologies and novels in the Wild Cards universe, and not all of them are available on Audible as audiobooks (almost certainly due to the fact that different publishers have been involved in bringing the books to market over the years).

I'm kind of hoping, if I can stick to this plan, and factoring in that I will almost certainly listen to other books along the way, that by the time I actually reach the currently-unreleased titles (which appear to be in the middle of the run, annoyingly) the situation might have changed and I'll be able to add them to my Audible queue.

Wish me luck!

Volume 27: Knaves Over Queens - the start of a new arc, set in Great Britain!

My Pal Simon Opens The Casket of Fays During Interview With Jonathan Hicks...

My long-time gaming buddy, and frequent gamesmaster for the Tuesday Knights, Simon Barns has been interviewed about his popular - and free - Dragon Warriors ezine, Casket of Fays.

He spoke at length to game designer and author Jonathan Hicks on Jonathan's Farsight Blogger blog, about his passion for the '80s British sword-and-sorcery RPG and his part in the ongoing campaign to keep the game alive and relevant to the old school gaming community.

Check out Simon's eloquent and informative interview here at Farsight Blogger.

Satine Phoenix Now Officially On Board The Destination Fantastic Express!

Game master, author, illustrator, story coach, and fitness bard, Satine Phoenix has been named as a co-producer of Destination Fantastic, the Dungeons & Dragons-inspired travel show that is being developed by Legion M.

This makes me very happy, as I felt Satine was an integral part of the pilot episode that I helped Kickstart, and had been quietly concerned by her apparent absence from Legion M's first tranche of publicity to generate support for Destination Fantastic as an on-going show.

Now, I see they were drip-feeding the news, to keep us on our toes.

Sunday, 25 April 2021

Staycation In Pictures...

Toasting the start of "staycation" on Monday


As I mentioned last weekend, this week has been Rachel's well-deserved staycation. It was a fun few days, accented by glorious weather.

Family chill-out


Much time was spent in our lovely garden, taking advantage of the sun.

On Tuesday, Rachel's parents delivered her Malibu Beach House, her latest dolls house project which had dad had kindly constructed from the many, many tiny bits it originally came in.

Then we had a family lunch on the patio.

Family feast on the patio


The only low-point of the week came the next day, when we had to take Alice to the vets for her appointment to sort out her bad teeth. Not only did they end up extracting several, but the vets also discovered an ear infection, which we have now been treating Alice for with daily ear drops.

Alice wasn't best pleased about all that and took a day to get her smile and her bounce back.

Thursday was again spent largely in the garden, while Alice recovered. Rachel was also planting some bamboo she'd bought the day before, to sit by the fence on our upper decking.

Back at the beach... at last!

Then Friday was our first trip to the beach in over a year. We went to Bexhill, on the south coast, walked along the breezy but beautiful beach, met a load of other dogs and their owners, and got fish'n'chips - the perfect end to a chilled staycation.

Alice on the sand!

The Perfect Date...

Saturday, 24 April 2021

Marvel Tightens Its Grip On My Pull-List...

Although it's only a month since I did my last statistical breakdown of my pull-list, as we come out of lockdown it feels as though every few days I'm emailing Andy at Paradox Comics to say: "Oh, could I also add these titles to my list, please?"

So I thought I'd do another quick overview of my list and see how it's changed in the wake of recent title announcements from the various producers of monthly comics.

My list includes limited run series and one-shots as well as ongoing titles, so that may skew the percentages somewhat, but I still feel it makes for an interesting statistical comparison to last month.


Unsurprisingly, given my current taste in comics, Marvel has increased from 58.3% to 61.1%, while miscellaneous (indie) titles have taken a hit, dropping from 29.2% to 19.9%.

DC's market share has had a bump from 12.5% to 19.9% thanks to their embracing of the thematic, bumper-sized, one-shots that I really like (although, admittedly, Marvel does these as well).

I also attribute the decline in indie titles to a general swing in my tastes towards fully-embracing superheroes, and particularly those of the Marvel Universe.

As you can see in the rough genre breakdown below, superheroes now account for 69.4% of my pull list, a massive jump of 11.1 percentage points from 58.3% in March.

Sci-fi is holding steady at 8.3%, thanks to Marvel's methodical progress with last year's Disney acquisition of the Alien and Predator franchises, although there is still some dispute over the latter, which, I guess could possible mean the Yautja might not be coming to Marvel after all.

Fantasy has dropped from 33.3% of my pull list last month to 22.2% in April, largely due to several Red Sonja minis coming to an end, and my dropping of the main Red Sonja title.

While I'm enjoying Jim Zub's Conan The Barbarian and the surprisingly engrossing Savage Avengers, I do wish Marvel would do more with Robert E Howard's Conan. 

I know he's not their character, but they went to the effort of licensing Howard's back catalogue and have, seemingly, woven the Cimmerian into the "history" of the Marvel Universe, so they might as well promote the character... and get more use out of him.

And let's not forget Dark Agnes (cut off before her time) and Solomon Kane, who has yet to headline his own series in his new lease of life at the House of Ideas

New DC Series Shines Social Media Spotlight on Booster and Beetle's Bromance...

 
Desperate to regain the spotlight, Booster Gold looks to attract the public’s (and Justice League’s) attention the same way any washed-up, second-rate hero would—social media. The not-so-tech-savvy hero from the 25th century enlists the help of his best friend, Blue Beetle, who possesses both the money and the brains to help his old pal navigate the scary world of internet influencers.
The ultimate DC Comics bromance of Booster Gold and Blue Beetle is finally getting its own eight-part limited series, beginning this July.

According to the DC Comics website, the July 20 launch of Blue and Gold marks: "Dan Jurgens’s triumphant return to Booster Gold, teaming with all-star artist Ryan Sook (Legion of Super-Heroes), telling a tale filled with heart…and maybe even redemption for DC’s two favorite underdogs!"

The issue will be available with a cover by Sook (above) or a card stock variant cover by Dave Johnson (for a dollar extra), shown below:

Revenge Of The Gladiators (1964)




Courtesy, as ever, the wonderful Peplum TV

Friday, 23 April 2021

Archie, Betty, Veronica: Comics' Legendary Love Triangle Comes To Graphic Audio...

I've always had a soft spot for audiobooks, but as I've grown older and more decrepit they have become my preferred method for digesting the written word.

Just look over in the right-hand column of this blog - between the quotes from readers and the link to my most recent anniversary post - and you'll find the cover picture of my current audiobook and a list of everything I've listened to since I joined Audible in January 2020.

Prior to that I'd just been buying audiobooks from a variety of sources, ranging from Big Finish (purveyors of fine Doctor Who tales, often featuring the long-running show's original cast) to Graphic Audio (suppliers of "a movie in your mind", incredible full-cast audios, with a lot of superhero and comic book properties in their portfolio).

And speaking of Graphic Audio, it has recently been announced that they are working with Archie Comics on a line of Archie full-cast audiobooks, kicking off with the three-hour Archie in Will You Marry Me?, aka The Archie Wedding, on May 12.

It's the wedding of the century and the story you've waited a lifetime for!
Archie finally marries Betty! ...and Veronica?
Almost 80 years in the making!
But is this really the end of the classic love triangle between Archie, Veronica, and Betty?
Will the Riverdale gang ever be the same? Do Archie and Veronica live happily ever after?
Follow the celebrated story - originally published in the pages of Archie #600-605 - from proposal to wedding and beyond!
Listen as Archie and Veronica start a family and navigate the ups and downs of married life as one of the most famous comic couples of all time!
Written by life-long Archie Comics fan and movie producer Michael Ulsan, and with acclaimed Archie artist Stan Goldberg, this timeless story about growing up is jam-packed with the hilarious antics and touching sentiment only Archie & Co. can bring you.
Adapted from the graphic novel and produced with a full cast of actors, immersive sound effects and cinematic music.

A fair bit of Graphic Audio's catalogue is available through Audible, so I'm hoping this will be pop up over there eventually, as this is a world I'd like to revisit.

When it comes to the original comics I'm a Team Betty lifer, but in the live-action Riverdale universe I'm Team Veronica, so in which direction will the audio pull me?

The next collaboration between Graphic Audio and Archie Comics will be a two-hour adaptation of the horror title Vampironica on May 19.

Veronica Lodge, a cheerleader at Riverdale Senior High who becomes a strigoi or a vampiress after being bitten by Ivan, a blood sucker, hundreds of years her senior.
Forced to contend with this new, radical transformation, Veronica must deal with the prospect of feeding on her own small-town cohorts.
She protects the people of Riverdale from other vampires as she attempts to break the curse on her and the other victims by destroying the master vampire.
Archie Horror's latest series paints Riverdale red in the vampiric first collection by siblings Greg & Megan Smallwood!
Adapted from Vampironica issues #1–5 and produced with a full cast of actors, immersive sound effects and cinematic music.

Thor: Love & Thunder (2022) + Dr Who (2022)

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