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Could This Sketchbook Be The One?

Tina snagged me this cheap sketchbook meant for kiddies along with another one that had a disgustingly whimsical Christmas llama on the cover five years ago in what was hoped to be a replacement for the mysterious, blank-covered Sketchbook from … Continue reading

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Flying a Kite at Night?

I was flipping through an old comic when I came across this advertisement which made me think of the truly terrible 1979 version of Dracula starring Frank Langella as the count and Laurence Olivier recycling his awful accent from A … Continue reading

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Alien Knockoffs

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Because it was on…

Back when I attended The Philadelphia College of Art, the city of Philadelphia was not wired for cable television while the surrounding suburbs had enjoyed the benefits of basic cable and perhaps a pay station like HBO or PRISM for … Continue reading

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Loup Garou

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Countess Dracula

Erzsébet Báthory (1560-1614) was a real life Hungarian noblewoman and purported serial killer who may have engaged in vampiric activity. Her victims were female servants and minor noblewomen who had come to her for training and education. I’m not sure … Continue reading

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The Wolf of South Philadelphia

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