Tag: Horror Hosts

289. Commander USA

289. Commander USA

A horror/schlock movie host from the 80s, seen on the USA network. I’ll give regular readers two guesses who might have requested this one.

53. Baron Von Porkchop

53. Baron Von Porkchop

Something felt off. Then today I realized that I had forgotten to upload this sketch I did at HorrorHound. I don’t know how or if he knew that I have a tenuous connection to Baron Von Porkchop, but Baron super-fan Stephen Alexander commissioned this sketch from me at the show. Luckily, the Baron was also …

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51. HorrorHound Weekend – Day 1 and 2

51. HorrorHound Weekend – Day 1 and 2

Sketches from Days 1 and 2 of HorrorHound Weekend in Cincinnati, Ohio. I’m not doing great sales-wise. The prints aren’t moving, but lots of people love ’em – just not enough to buy ’em. So, we’ve got Leatherface advertising the sketch deal, followed by an alien from the movie BAD TASTE, The Tall Man from …

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Baron Von Porkchop’s Terrifying Tales of the Macabre HorrorHound 2012 Special

Baron Von Porkchop’s Terrifying Tales of the Macabre HorrorHound 2012 Special

Once again under the employ of Mr. Matthew Brassfield, I was asked to come up with a cover for his television show, Terrifying Tales of the Macabre. The regular episodes of the show have season-centric templates designed by Bruce O. Hughes. Bruce also did the illustrations for Season 1, while Jeff Potter and Jesy Kessel …

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Cousin Eerie

Cousin Eerie

Jeff Potter commissioned this drawing of Cousin Eerie, the “host” of the comic horror anthology, EERIE. Although I’ve never read any of the old horror comics like EERIE, CREEPY, TALES FROM THE CRYPT, etc. I’ve definitely got a soft spot in my heart for those types of publications. Yes, Cousin Eerie is reading “The Secret”. …

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097 – Vampira

097 – Vampira

Friday night, my friend and I watched the documentary American Scary, a showcase of the history of and the icons of Horror Hosts. I’ve always been fond of the latenight Horror Host since I was a little kid. Here in Dayton, our big host was Dr. Creep, who sadly passed away back in January. My …

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