What was your first horror movie?
The one you sneakily stayed up late to watch while your parents slept upstairs, unaware.
Answer with a gif. pic.twitter.com/FmCdR5o0Qy
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) May 13, 2020
I remember being terrified watching Phantasm as a kid. And then, about ten years ago, I watched it again – and found it somewhat lacking. I’ve found a lot of the things I used to love as a kid don’t really hold up: books, t.v. shows, fresca. What about you? Is there something you absolutely loved when you were a kid that hasn’t survived the test of time?
So, how’s everyone been sleeping?
Don’t forget to come find us on twitch for this Sunday’s Dark Matter panel!
Dark Matter has landed@homeconofficial for this weekend!Come Meet some of the Raza crew!@AlexMallariJr @ranthonylemke @jodellemicah @BaronDestructo @Mel13Oneil @ZoiePalmer One on One chats available now! @homeconofficial https://t.co/9OqieDoeTl pic.twitter.com/SblH6tvfx0
— Tammy D (@TammyD93312374) May 13, 2020
A Graphic Novel A Day…
#AGraphicNovelADay Day 14
I Killed Adolf Hitler
An assassin is tasked with going back in time to kill Hitler. Complications ensue in this delightfully deadpan, twisty time travel tale.
Jason @fantagraphics pic.twitter.com/lHaxE0GOKJ
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) May 9, 2020
#AGraphicNovelADay Day 15
The Fall of the Fantastic Four
I've always loved this title for its ability to combine sci-fi with a grounding sense of family and friendship – something this volume does very well.
James Robinson, Leonard Kirk @KarlKesel Jesus Aburtov pic.twitter.com/xCmceLgPdA
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) May 10, 2020
#AGraphicNovelADay Day 16
Lucifer, Book One
Lucifer Morningstar comes out of self-imposed retirement to do a job for The Big Man in this rich, witty and, of course, wicked seminal work.@michaelcarey191 Scott Hampton Peter, Gross @westonfront James Hodgkins pic.twitter.com/HD1DhwiArL
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) May 11, 2020