There’s speculation that Cole may return in episode seven titled “Girls Girls Girls.” Whether that happens later rather than sooner, he is sure to make another appearance this season. (more…)
The Supernatural edition of Famous Monsters of Filmland is available, and I am proud of be a part of it!
In addition to my Top 10 Monster Roundup, there is an excellent interview with Jim Beaver aka Bobby Singer, a history of Supernatural that brings readers up to date on the series, and a look at Supernatural’s best and freakiest horror homages. There’s lots of great images throughout.
Also in this edition – The Legacy of Drive-Ins, Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque on American Vampire, Mike Mignola on 20 Years of Hellboy, an interview with The Crow creator James O’Barr, and more.
This is a collectors item, guys. Get your copy as well as t-shirts, posters and hoodies featuring the awesome cover art at CaptainCo.com
TV’s favorite wayward sons grace our April cover as we pay tribute to one of the longest-running, monster-filled shows of all time: SUPERNATURAL. Go behind the scenes to learn about the men and the monsters that took this little show to the top of fandom. Jim Beaver stops by to talk about his experiences on the show and why the legacy gets stronger every day. Plus, a look back at the era of the Drive-In movie, including a chat with the stars of MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 and the Drive-In movies that inspired their twisted genius. James O’Barr and Ernie Hudson talk 20 years of THE CROW. Mike Mignola reflects on two decades of creating comics’ favorite anti-hero, HELLBOY. Scott Snyder gives us a sneak peek at what two expect from his latest installments of AMERICAN VAMPIRE. And much, much, much more!”
Includes a story on Supernatural’s 10 most iconic monsters by yours truly. T-shirts, hoodies and posters with this cool art work available as well.