Horror! Yes, horror. It’s horrifying when I think about how much time I spend thinking and talking about horror. I sometimes imagine my life without horror, and I don’t know who I’d be at that point.Enough about me as a person, I think that it’s time to dive into my feature of this month. I was trying to think about what I haven’t already talked about in this column, and there is a certain author that is surprisingly absent from this column. Joe Hill is a fantastic horror writer from fantastic horror stock. In fact, he’s writing a comic with his father, Stephen King. It’s called Road Rage. I have yet to read it, but I have heard good things.
It’s the 13th and you should all know what that means (you know, since we established this would be happening once a month last month). It’s time for the monthly dose of HORROR! Muahahaha! Ok, so that doesn’t work as well when I type it, but I can assure you that I have an excellent evil laugh. Just wait until you have to see me do this on video! I gave a lot of amazingly scary suggestions as to what to read last month in the horror department. This month is no different, but I am not here to summarize. I feel that skimming over some of these books simply does not do them justice. I would rather give you some background and history into the frightening field of horror that I feature. We all know that the best ghost stories told are rich and full of meaning. I want to treat this horror column the same way.