Sunday, June 7, 2015

Storytellers



I have recently listening to old radio broadcasts of Mystery Theater, a program I loved as a kid.  In addition to the eerie morality tales presented was the moody narration by E.G. Marshall.  He was but one example of the horror hosts that entertained me in my youth, and inspired this latest STF team.

7 comments:

Hoy Murphy said...

Needs Count Floyd. His stories are reeeeely scary!

Anonymous said...

What, no Abel.... or Dr. 13.... or Boris Karloff??? Another great cover Ross.... Hey, this cover gave me an idea.... how about a cover team-up of various comic book versions of the Frankenstein monster... the Dick Brefier version from the 50s.... the Marvel version.... Frankenstein Jr. from the cartoons.... the DC Creature. Commandos version.... perhaps even Herman Munster & Lurch.... as group called The Franks???? well, just an idea.... later, jack-el

Anonymous said...

hey, Ross, it's me, jack-el, again... another addition to The Franks could be the Dell superhero version from the '60s.....

Anonymous said...

I often think Cassandra Patterson's Gothic version of MST3K wouldn't have been as successful without the almost simultaneous release of the Oak Ridge Boys' hit.

Bob Greenwade said...

It's been a while since I've given any sort of self-promotion (shameless or otherwise), but here is an audio drama that I think you'd enjoy -- a sort of sci-fi/horror anthology of audio dramas, Doorways and Dimensions. We don't have a name for the host at this time (other than the actor's name, Jordi Armisén), but I think that if we had better art for him he'd fit right in with this group.

Wayne Allen Sallee said...

Next time you do one of these, add Chicago's Svengoolie. The original from the early 70s was a hippie vampire in red and white bell bottoms, sandals and a green wig.

Neat cover!

mariic2 said...

No Rod Serling?

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