TOMB OF IDEAS: Episode 11 – “Chekov’s Net Gun, Bo!”

Welcome back, Tomb Believers!

We have a saying around here in the Tomb, ‘If you care about something, you care enough to do it twice!” and that is true for this episode of TOMB OF IDEAS, which we cared enough to record it twice. (All that talk of lost audio just what is a ghoul even more loathsome than myself would call “FAKE NEWS!”)

In this episode:

MARV WOLFMAN takes the reins of everyone’s favorite caped neck nibbler with

Tomb of Dracula #7 “Night of the Death Stalkers!” (March, 1973)

 

Friedrich and Ploog continue their adaptation of Mary Shelley’s classic in

Monster of Frankenstein #2  “Bride of the Monster” (March, 1973)

 

and Jack Russell takes part in the LAMEST GAME in

Werewolf By Night #4 “The Danger Game! Third Night” (March, 1973)

 

Three torrid tales that’ll surely make you glad we tore this episode from the jaundiced jaws of extinction.

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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