Posts by John Foster

Pre-Code Horror Month Day 3

Hello boils and ghouls, it’s yer ‘ol pal Johnny here, and boy do I have quite a treat for you! Every day of this frightful month, I will be posting and spooking — I mean speaking — about deviant “Pre-Code” horror comic covers. Pre-Code refers to anything published before 1955, when the Comic Code Authority was created in 1954 to censor comics from publishing “lurid and unsavory” stories and art, meaning things such things as vampires, werewolves, ghouls, zombies, ect could no longer be portrayed in comic books. As a result, good must ALWAYS triumph over evil and villains can
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Pre-Code Horror Month Day 2

Hello boils and ghouls, it’s yer ‘ol pal Johnny here, and boy do I have quite a treat for you! Every day of this frightful month, I will be posting and spooking — I mean speaking — about deviant “Pre-Code” horror comic covers. Pre-Code refers to anything published before 1955, when the Comic Code Authority was created in 1954 to censor comics from publishing “lurid and unsavory” stories and art, meaning things such things as vampires, werewolves, ghouls, zombies, ect could no longer be portrayed in comic books. As a result, good must ALWAYS triumph over evil and villains can
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Pre-Code Horror Month Day 1

Hello boils and ghouls, it’s yer ‘ol pal Johnny here, and boy do I have quite a treat for you! Every day of this frightful month, I will be posting and spooking — I mean speaking — about deviant “Pre-Code” horror comic covers. Pre-Code refers to anything published before 1955, when the Comic Code Authority was created in 1954 to censor comics from publishing “lurid and unsavory” stories and art, meaning things such things as vampires, werewolves, ghouls, zombies, ect could no longer be portrayed in comic books. As a result, good must ALWAYS triumph over evil and villains can
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WE GOT ISSUES: A Cinepunx Comics Round-up

(EDITORS NOTE: Hey friends, Liam here! Welcome to our first installment of WE GOT ISSUES, our new comics round up courtesy of John Foster of SOUTH PHILLY COMICS!┬áJohnny is too pleasant to say it up front, but if you like this column, you should definitely go to his shop and buy comics. He is great, and I am hoping he will write a new one of these each month. Hit him up and let him know what you think)   Harrow County by Cullen Bunn (writer) and Tyler Crook (artist) is a monthly ongoing comic series from Dark Horse Comics.
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