2017 10 06 Fbs 35

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Funny Book Splatter 035: R. Thomas Favino

This week’s guest is R. Thomas Favino, the writer of Voodoo Detective, a new breed of supernatural detective.  The oversized first issue is currently on Kickstarter and features four separate stories, each building to a larger overall arc.  I’ve had a chance to check it out already and it’s pretty cool.  It’s a nice blend of horror and pulp that makes its way through the South.

R. Thomas can be found online on Twitter at @RThomasFavino and Voodoo Detective can be found at Facebook.com/VoodooDetective.

In other news, October is a huge month for horror comics and I’ve got quite a few updates for you.  Ben Grisanti is back on Kickstarter for issue #2 of Polybius Dreams, the series about a small town driven to chaos by a haunted arcade game in the 1980s.  Phillip Sevy and Drew Zucker have completed their awesome digital series, The House and have just launched a Kickstarter campaign to release a collected edition.  Finally, Michael R. Martin has also just launched a Kickstarter campaign for the second volume of the vampire series, Blood & Dust: Glenny Family Values.  As always, I’ve personally backed these projects myself.  I encourage you to do the same as these are some pretty awesome books right here.

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Lastly, if you're a horror comics creator, I want to hear from you!  Whether you're a first time writer launching a Kickstarter campaign or an established artist who has been working in the industry for years, you'd be a welcome guest on the show.  Reach out to me via email or on Twitter.

Music by Eric Matyas (www.soundimage.org)

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James has a 2nd grade reading level and, as a result, only reads books with pictures. Horror is his 5th favorite genre right after romantic comedy and just before silent films. No one knows why he's here, but he won't leave.
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