TOMB OF IDEAS: Episode 8-“The Modern Podmetheus”

Welcome back, Tomb Believers!

We’ve stitched together a great set of shows for you this month, a month we’re calling FRANKUARY, and after you see the comics we have lined up for you, we think you’ll know way.

First up, adapted from Mary Shelley’s scifi/horror classic we have:

Monster of Frankenstein #1 “Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein” (January 1973)

Then we return to that caped cornerstone of the podcast:

Tomb of Dracula #6 “The Moorlands Monster!” (January 1973)

Rounding out the podcast with the most dynamic, action packed adventure of Jack Russell yet in:

Werewolf By Night #3 “The Mystery of the Mad Monk!” (January 1973)

So tighten you neck bolts and drive into the most terrific trio of titles that has ever appeared on our proud little podcast.

Ex-HELL-sior!

-Gravely

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Original Artwork by Carl Howard.

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James Hickson

Before being trapped in the Tomb, James Hickson was a father and social studies teacher in Columbia, SC. His relationship with Marvel Comics began when an aunt gave him a copy of "Origins of Marvel Comics" at a young age, which has spiraled into him being kidnapped and forced to do a podcast against his will, so maybe not the best gift, huh Aunt Nell!?

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