Nostalgic Evocations: Nightcrawler (1985-1986)

In November 1985, Marvel decided to give Nightcrawler his own book, in a limited four issue format.  I started to look into the world of comics and slowly started picking up a few here and there sometime in the middle of series, I think. I don't think I started really collecting until late summer of... Continue Reading →

Silent Sunday: The Lost World (1925)

First National Pictures/1925/63 minutes The first filmed version of the classic Arthur Conan Doyle novel. Young and adventurous reporter Edward Malone (Lloyd Hughes) is dispatched by his editor to cover a lecture by the boisterous Professor Challenger (Wallace Beery), who is convinced that dinosaurs are still roaming the Earth.  While the community thinks him a... Continue Reading →

Fierce Tales: Lost Worlds now available at a discount.

Get "Fierce Tales: Lost Worlds" for only $11.00. Millhaven is an unusual place, now offering the fourth in its Fierce Tales anthology series: Lost Worlds. It features tales from fresh talent, newly popular authors who will treat you to highly visual, emotional and electrifying adventures of longer-than-typical short story length. Technically short stories, these near-novella... Continue Reading →

Influences: H.P. Lovecraft

In honor of Lovecraft’s birthday...here is a repost from last year Howard Phillips Lovecraft (1890-1937) was born in Providence, Rhode Island.  Largely ignored over the course of his life outside the world of the pulps; he has become one of the most influential authors of the early twentieth century...whether you know it or not.  Lack... Continue Reading →

“Fierce Tales: Lost Worlds” now available

Millhaven is an unusual place, now offering the fourth in its Fierce Tales anthology series: Lost Worlds. It features tales from fresh talent, newly popular authors who will treat you to highly visual, emotional and electrifying adventures of longer-than-typical short story length. Technically short stories, these near-novella adventures will tear you from the ordinary and... Continue Reading →

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