New Release Books by Lou Tambone

Lou Tambone is the author of Musings on Monsters (2020) and From Bayou to Abyss (2020).

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Musings on Monsters

release date: Oct 21, 2020
Musings on Monsters
As children, we fall in love with monsters, and age often fails to dim that freakish fascination. As adults, we examine our youthful passions with a cold eye, but the awful truth remains: we are eternally "Monster Kids." Musings on Monsters, from the editors of Somewhere Beyond the Heavens: Exploring Battlestar Galactica and From Bayou to Abyss: Examining John Constantine, Hellblazer, gathers together a murderer's row of writers to open the crypt of our childhoods and shine a ray of moonlight on all the creatures, creeps, and crazies of those bygone days of classic horror. So beware, for such fiends as Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, the Mummy, Godzilla, the Cat People, Barnabas Collins, zombies, and even the Devil himself lurk within these pages, scrutinized by experts in the field of monsterism and laid out on the slab for thorough reflections on their supernatural powers to mesmerize children and adults alike. Join us, won't you? Don't be afraid - your ghoulish guides through this nightmarish landscape are at your side... unless, of course, you step off the path. Edited by Rich Handley and Lou Tambone; foreword by Jim Beard; essays by Samuel Agro, Corinna Bechko, Joseph F. Berenato, Joe Bongiorno, Greg Cox, Kelli Fitzpatrick, Glenn Greenberg, Rich Handley, Robert Jeschonek, Ross Johnson, Greg Mitchell, Robert Nejman, Charles Rutledge, Frank Schildiner, Robert Smith?, Matthew Sunrich, and Lou Tambone; and cover by Leah Battle. From Sequart Organization. More info at http: //

From Bayou to Abyss

release date: May 31, 2020
From Bayou to Abyss
British occultist John Constantine elevated Alan Moore's Swamp Thing, and it wasn't long before John had his own spinoff comic titled John Constantine: Hellblazer. This anthology, edited by Rich Handley and Lou Tambone (of Sequart's Somewhere Beyond the Heavens: Exploring Battlestar Galactica), examines the mage's history from his earliest appearances to the present - not only in Swamp Thing and Hellblazer, but on film and television as well - with a special foreword by none other than Hellblazer's creator himself, Jamie Delano. Constantine has a weakness for narcotics, alcohol, and sex; an unnatural obsession with the occu

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