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Thursday, August 26, 2010

Blog Updates and News

Well it's been quite a few days since I last updated. I've been pretty busy organizing everything for my big move to California and working on a few side projects. Next week things should get back to normal on this blog. Thursday Cartoon Intros will continue on a weekly basis, however, Fan Art Fridays will now be bi-weekly. They may go back to weekly once I've made the move.

Now onto some Cartoon and Horror news...

On the cartoon front, a few titles have recently been announced that are coming to DVD.

Season 1 of Aaahh!!! Real Monsters is now available on DVD, through Amazon's Create-Space manufacture-on-demand program. After purchasing The Maxx through MOD, I highly recommend fans of the show pick it up. The quality was perfectly fine.

Also, coming through another MOD program is Pirates of Dark Water! Warner Archives is releasing the complete 21 episode series on August 31st. The set will contain no special features. 

As for Horror, new covers for Fango, Rue Morgue and Horror Hound have been released and they all seem to share something in common...

Fangoria #297


Rue Morgue #104


Horror Hound #25


At least each cover has a different zombie on it. I've been collecting The Walking Dead comic since issue 10 and absolutely love it. As long as the AMC series is half as good, I think I will be impressed. The show sure isn't having a problem getting any press.

As for Horror Blu-Ray releases, a few titles have been announced...

Return of the Living Dead on Blu-ray September 14th

Troll 2 on Blu-ray October 5th

Robocop Trilogy on Blu-ray October 5th

Maniac on Blu-ray October 26th

Tremors on Blu-ray November 9th

Blair Witch Project on Blu-Ray October 5th and August 29th at Best Buy exclusively - picture not currently available...although, I don't know if it is necessary to purchase this on Blu-ray. Kind of defeats the purpose of the movie.

This weekend is Rue Morgue's annual Festival of Fear, so I'm hoping to have some coverage of the convention posted next week. Also, I've been spending some time going through hundreds of posters I've collected over the years. I'm going to try and compile them all on here, similar to what Jay is doing over at The Horror Section

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