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Podcast 150: Horror In Comics

Posted on 27 October 2010 by admin

Halloween is just around the corner, so today on SEQALab, it’s all horror all the time! We’re discussing the ins and outs of scare tactics and how they applies to comics – and the challenges that horror comic artists face. Plus a few notable horror themed must-reads to get you ready for the 31st! Warning, there be SPOILERS for some comics in this episode!

2 Comments for This Post

  1. KB says:

    Really. No one else took the bait? I am disappoint.

    They’ve made the Jennifer comic into live action, I think more than once, but here’s one.

  2. donny says:

    Matt- Id say that what makes The Walking Dead different is not that “it keeps going” but rather that the book isn’t a traditional zombie book at all. When Rick wakes up in the hospital at the beginning, he’s essentially slept through most zombie films. The scary part is over. The dead came back. They are not going anywhere. What next? how do you keep living after the zombie movie ends? how do you find water? how do you find food? the scariest parts of The Walking Dead have nothing to do with zombies at all. The people, and how they live, and the lengths they go to to keep living is what drives the horror of the series. The title of the book doesn’t refer to the dead. The title refers to the living.

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