Tag Archives: Cthulhu

Cthulhu Hits the Campaign Trail

With a U.S. presidential election in 2016, many candidates are currently seeking the nation’s highest office. One such candidate is the fearsome cosmic deity (and regular Nothing But Comics contributorCthulhu. The independent candidate’s website presents Cthulhu’s vision for a strong economy, global conquest, and a steady climate change agenda. As the candidate takes a leave of absence from our site to pursue the presidency, Nothing But Comics examines public reaction to the Cthulhu campaign, as well as Cthulhu’s legacy as a comics journalist.

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Cthulhu Asks Tough Questions – What’s Your Favorite Horror Movie?

To celebrate Halloween, Nothing But Comics woke malevolent cosmic monster Cthulhu from its slumber to contact 14 comics creators on Twitter and ask them about their favorite horror movies.

 

 

The responses are provided below…

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Comic Convo: Providence #1

666829_c166d163b8dc73e993ee53ff98262faf370e7d7ePat: Just read Providence, pretty impressive…

Reed: I thought PROVIDENCE was great. I was intrigued by the “Exit Garden in Bryan Park” featured in the comic; I thought, “Was that a real thing in that period?” It can’t be. It’s just that all the other period details are so accurate (the controversy over the proposed Versailles Treaty, the speculation on the pending Prohibition, etc.) that Moore makes you wonder if “exit gardens” were a real thing in 1919. It’s like he’s suggesting, in a very subtle way, that the horror fiction of Robert Chambers is creeping into the real world. Continue reading Comic Convo: Providence #1

Cthulhu Asks Tough Questions – The Fred Van Lente Interview

Malevolent cosmic deity and comics connoisseur Cthulhu likes to critique comics via Twitter (@ClockpunkEllis).  Cthulhu also reaches out to comics creators on Twitter to ask them tough, personal questions.  This week, Cthulhu contacted Fred Van Lente, the writer of great comics such as Ivar, Timewalker, Conan the Avenger, and Resurrectionists, among others, to ask him a tough question about time travel.

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Cthulhu Asks Tough Questions – The Ming Doyle Interview

Malevolent cosmic deity and comics connoisseur Cthulhu likes to critique comics via Twitter (@ClockpunkEllis).  Cthulhu also reaches out to comics creators on Twitter to ask them tough, personal questions.  This week, Cthulhu contacted Ming Doyle, the artist of great comics such as The Kitchen and Mara.  It was recently announced that Doyle will be writing the upcoming DC Comics series Constantine: The Hellblazer, starring occult anti-hero John Constantine, so Cthulhu contacted Doyle to ask her a tough question about Constantine.

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Cthulhu Asks Tough Questions – The Chris Burnham Interview

Malevolent cosmic deity and comics connoisseur Cthulhu likes to critique comics via Twitter (@ClockpunkEllis).  Cthulhu also reaches out to comics creators on Twitter to ask them tough, personal questions.  This week, Cthulhu contacted Chris Burnham, the artist of the DC Comics series Batman Incorporated and the co-creator (with Grant Morrison) of the upcoming Image Comics series Nameless, to ask him a tough question.

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Cthulhu Asks Tough Questions – The Fiona Staples Interview

Every week, malevolent cosmic deity and comics connoisseur Cthulhu critiques comics via Twitter (@ClockpunkEllis).  Cthulhu also reaches out to comics creators on Twitter to ask them tough, personal questions.  This week, Cthulhu contacted Fiona Staples, the artist of the comics series Saga and the upcoming Archie series, to ask her a tough question.

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Cthulhu Asks Tough Questions – The James Harren Interview

Every week, malevolent cosmic deity and comics connoisseur Cthulhu critiques comics via Twitter (@ClockpunkEllis).  Cthulhu also reaches out to comics creators on Twitter to ask them tough, personal questions.  This week, Cthulhu contacted James Harren, the artist of the comics series B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth, to ask him a tough question.

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