Monthly Archives: August 2019

Our Giant-Size Annual #2



  This is it. The end of another geek filled volume of My Big Fat Pull List Podcast. But every ending is just a new beginning in disguise. While Mister X, Smurphy and Pistol Danger tie up dangling plot threads, YOU, the fans, will get to share in discussions covering Gears Of War comics, dead … Continue reading Our Giant-Size Annual #2


I Am Legend (1954 Book) Versus I Am Legend (2007 Film)



For classic science fiction and horror fans, the name Richard Matheson is not lost on them. With an impressive resume of short stories, novels and script work for both television and film, it’s no wonder Matheson’s body of work would be in high demand for adaptation. Sadly, due to the time period in which his … Continue reading I Am Legend (1954 Book) Versus I Am Legend (2007 Film)


Monster Magazines…Then & Now!



  Imagine, if you will, a world without the internet.  Where information on your favorite horror films and monsters was NOT right at your fingertips.  A time when seeing your favorite monster movies a second time proved more than difficult, it was nearly impossible.  Where would you go to get your fix for horror and … Continue reading Monster Magazines…Then & Now!


Season 6, Episode 12 – “The Sign” & Episode 13 – “New Life” – Reviewed!



  There is something to be said for the “season finale” of a television program. There’s even MORE to be said for a program that – is entering into its LAST season and has publicized it as such. Zombies. Magic Swords. Inter-dimensional Portals. Life and Death Circumstances. Bringing the DEAD – back to life. Time. … Continue reading Season 6, Episode 12 – “The Sign” & Episode 13 – “New Life” – Reviewed!


Controversy In Comics



  Nothing stays the same forever. Everything grows, everything evolves, everything changes. Without change, things become stale, stagnant and boring. But change is scary. People fear change because they have no idea what to expect. Or worse, they think they know what to expect and dismiss it out right! Why? Because they’re afraid. And that … Continue reading Controversy In Comics