THE DUNWICH HORROR #2: Fuck, I forgot to write this one up. I'll have to do it from scratch. You know how I mentioned in my review of issue one how Lansdale was bringing HPL into the 21st Century? Well, as any true Lovecraft fan knows, the Mistkatonic University has a copy of the dreaded Necronomicon. However, it's falling apart, so they scan it into their computer system and put it online for anyone to read. Lovecraft himself would have found that ghastly.
JENNIFER BLOOD #6: Yep, my Garth Ennis streak continues. You know how Jennifer's been killing all of her questionable uncles in very extreme, nasty ways, saving the worst for last? Well, she's at the last one, and all he gets is a mere shot to the guts. Jennifer sits nearby and tells him the entire story of how she got to be the way she is. Ennis has pulled a KILL BILL on us with this one. But the true star is Jack, Jennifer's neighbor, who has followed her to the scene of the crime with intentions of fucking her. Boy, is he in for the surprise of his life!
John Bruni's work has appeared most notably in SHROUD, MORPHEUS TALES, OVER MY DEAD BODY!, PRODUCT OF SOCIETY, CTHULHU SEX MAGAZINE, TRAIL OF INDISCRETION, AOIFE’S KISS, TALES OF THE TALISMAN, THE BRACELET CHARM, HOURSE OF BIZARRO, and a number of other magazines including anthologies from Pill Hill Press (A HACKED-UP HOLIDAY MASSACRE), Comet Press (the critically acclaimed VILE THINGS), and Nightblade (LOST INNOCENCE). He also has stories that will appear in forthcoming issues of ALL HALLOWS and THE REALM BEYOND. His first novel, STRIP, will be published by MUSA soon. He was the poetry editor of MIDDLEWESTERN VOICE, and he was the editor of TABARD INN: TALES OF QUESTIONABLE TASTE. When he is not slaving away at the keyboard, he can be found in any number of bars (probably enjoying Wild Turkey 101 straight up), or in front of a television, watching things that would probably shock his parents. He lives in Elmhurst, IL, and can be found at www.talesofquestionabletaste.com.