Black Static #47 (July - August 2015): Transmissions from Beyond

Andy Cox John Connolly Eric J. Guignard Kate Jonez Ray Cluley James Van Pelt Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam Wayne Haag

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Black Static #47 (July - August 2015): Transmissions from Beyond

Black Static #47 (July - August 2015): Transmissions from Beyond By Andy Cox John Connolly Eric J. Guignard Kate Jonez Ray Cluley James Van Pelt Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam Wayne Haag Black Static July August Transmissions from Beyond The July August issue contains new stories by internationally bestselling author John Connolly James Van Pelt Kate Jonez Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam Ray Cluley and Eric J Guignard The front and back co

  • Title: Black Static #47 (July - August 2015): Transmissions from Beyond
  • Author: Andy Cox John Connolly Eric J. Guignard Kate Jonez Ray Cluley James Van Pelt Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam Wayne Haag
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  • Page: 470
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  • Black Static #47 (July - August 2015): Transmissions from Beyond By Andy Cox John Connolly Eric J. Guignard Kate Jonez Ray Cluley James Van Pelt Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam Wayne Haag The July August issue contains new stories by internationally bestselling author John Connolly, James Van Pelt, Kate Jonez, Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, Ray Cluley, and Eric J Guignard The front and back cover art is by Richard Wagner, and interior illustrations are by Wayne Haag, Dave Senecal, Jim Burns, and Richard Wagner Features Coffinmaker s Blues by Stephen Volk commeThe July August issue contains new stories by internationally bestselling author John Connolly, James Van Pelt, Kate Jonez, Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, Ray Cluley, and Eric J Guignard The front and back cover art is by Richard Wagner, and interior illustrations are by Wayne Haag, Dave Senecal, Jim Burns, and Richard Wagner Features Coffinmaker s Blues by Stephen Volk comment Notes From the Borderland by Lynda E Rucker comment Case Notes by Peter Tennant book reviews and an interview with Ray Cluley Blood Spectrum by Tony Lee DVD Blu ray reviews Stories On the Road with the American Dead by James Van Pelt All the Day You ll Have Good Luck by Kate Jonez Razorshins by John Connolly The Devil s Hands by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam When the Devil s Driving by Ray Cluley A Case Study in Natural Selection and How it Applies to Love by Eric J Guignard Art Richard Wagner Wayne Haag Dave Senecal Jim BurnsCommentary Coffinmaker s Blues by Stephen VolkNotes From the Borderland by Lynda E RuckerReviews Case Notes Book Reviews by Peter Tennant, including an extensive interview with Ray Cluley, an appreciation of Tanith Lee, reviews of many novels and anthologiesBlood Spectrum DVD Blu ray Reviews by Tony Lee, covering The Strange Case of Dr Jeckyll and Miss Osbourne, Wyrmwood Road of the Dead, Dream Home, Whiplash, Stonehearst Asylum, It Follows, The Voices, The Woman in Black 2 Angel of Death, The Human Centipede 3 Final Sequence, Tusk, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, and many .
    Black Static #47 (July - August 2015): Transmissions from Beyond By Andy Cox John Connolly Eric J. Guignard Kate Jonez Ray Cluley James Van Pelt Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam Wayne Haag

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    One thought on “Black Static #47 (July - August 2015): Transmissions from Beyond

    1. Math on said:

      If you love reading modern horror stories, or tales of the strange and eerie, then Black Static Magazine is the place to be As always, all the stories in this magazine are of the highest quality I loved every story in this issue, but the ones that stood out for me were On the Road with the American Dead by James Van Pelt Pelt is an excellent writer and never disappoints, and this particular story had a twilight zone feel to it John Connolly s Razorshins is a crime horror mix, and an excellent ex [...]

    2. Bill Hsu on said:

      Enjoyed the design and graphics, not so much the stories Most of them seem a little old fashioned and longwinded for my taste.

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