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Beware of Monsters – Matt Frank Interview Numero Dos!

Matt Frank Returns!

Listen to Matt and Christopher chat about the Project Nemesis comic book adapted from my novel, and Godzilla – Rage Across Time, written by me! Give it a listen and subscribe so you don’t miss the latest interviews with monster authors, artists, game makers and movie directors.

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DEADPOOL – The Good, The Bad and the Maximum Effort – Beware of Monsters Podcast!

BEWARE! SPOILERS LIE AHEAD.

This week on the Beware of Monsters Podcast, Christopher Ouellette hosts bestselling duo, Kane Gilmour and Jeremy Robinson in a round table discussion of DEADPOOL, the future of comic book movies and Jeremy’s plane to have J.J. Abrams direct Project Nemesis, starring Ryan Reynolds as Jon Hudson.  If the player below doesn’t work, download the mp3 here. Or subscribe.

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Presented by: Jeremy Robinson

Hosted By Christopher Ouellette

 

Professor Elemental Talks Horror And Hip Hop, Comics And Steam Punk

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Star Wars the SPOILERS Awaken

 

(WARNING: There are SPOILERS in this description of the SPOILER episode.)

Find out the amazingly true explanation (guesses) for all the mysterious stuff in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Including, but not limited to: Why is Fin not Continue reading

How do you follow up Ax Cop? A Hoard of Mutating Attack Bears!

A Review of Bearmageddon: Book One
By Christopher Ouellette

There are a lot of ultra-violent comic books, but they are not Bearmageddon.
Bearmageddon is the first ‘book’ of a graphic novel, currently presented as a web comic.
Ethan Nicolle, best known for creating Ax Cop with his then 5-year-old brother, has now put his art skills in line with his storytelling and they are a tour de force of paneled action. A group of early twentysomething, well-meaning slackers give up on society to live in the woods. This would be all well and good if it had not coincided with the bears of the woods joining forces to wipe out mankind. On top of that, they are mutating with other animals. The corpse of an octopus/bear is found. We soon run into a bear with the skin flaps and gliding talents of a flying squirrel. I feel like I’m seeing all of Daniel Peterson’s theories about the Eco Monstrous being dramatically illustrated in the context of a fast paced, well developed story.

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