Hopefully you love the story of Edward Scissorhands as much as I do because this episode I’m taking a look at the comic book sequel to the classic movie.
This time I’m taking a look at Johnny the Homicidal Maniac written by Jhonen Vasquez. It’s been a staple of some goths’ collections so I thought it was about time to spread the…..love? Death? Whatever this book can spread.
This week I’m talking about a book I really enjoyed about an artist I really love. Cured: The Tale of Two Imaginary Boys is Lol Tolhurst’s memoir about his time in The Cure and his struggles dealing with the hardships of life….it’s very enjoyable.
This is my third and final part in my series of videos on The Batcave. Blue Sunshine is what I feel is a completely underrated album and one that deserves to be heard.
This is part two in my series on the original Batcave. This time I take a look at the two compilation albums released in 1983 that celebrate the Batcave spirit.
Today I’m looking at Christian Death’s first album, Only Theatre of Pain. Many say it defined a genre, some say it defines a subculture, I say it defines an album….that is fine….something like that.
By the way, check out Rozz Williams Scholars Society for the full performances of the live shows used in this review:
This time Dr. Sanders takes a look at one of the most well known albums that helped influence and shape the sound of the emerging goth rock scene- Unknown Pleasures. Plus….those wavy lines…. Anyhow, we hope you enjoy this video and all of our other content. As always, stay spooky!