When the Tiger Came Down the Mountain Review: A Story to Keep You Alive

By Christina Ladd on

Self-defense storytelling is only a little younger than storytelling itself. Shahrazad is the most famous victor of such a contest, but Egil Skallagrimsson did it in Iceland’s famous Egil’s Saga, and there are fairy tales and legends from across the globe that feature getting creative with a narrative to save your neck. And it’s no …

Inks & Issues #98 – Kaiju Girl Caramelise Volume 1 w/Steph

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This week we are joined by Steph from “Welcome to St. Paxton”, a very good podcast about Cthulhu and the investigators who love them.  Speaking of giant monsters, this episode we discuss Kaiju Girl Caramelise. It’s the story of a young girl who turns into a giant, city-crushing monster when she gets too emotional. Now …

Inks & Issues #97 – The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina w/Nika Howard

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This week we are joined by Nika Howard of the “Greetings, Adventurers!” podcast (among many other fun projects) to discuss the spookiest of spooky comics, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. But this ain’t your great-great-granfather’s Sabrina: The Teenage Witch. No, this Sabrina has some adventures. Chilling ones, even. Also there is a lot of blood …

13 Halloween Titles

By Christina Ladd on

Zombies, ghouls, and all the rest of the night’s ilk might be the least frightening things about 2020. I, too, have an approximately once-monthly freakout and want to howl at the moon. I, too, want to dissolve into mist or frantically flap around squeaking at frequent intervals. And I, too, shuffle around mindlessly in search …