Pigeons From Hell: Robert E Howard's classic horror story adapted for comics by Joe R Lansdale

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6 Responses to “Pigeons From Hell: Robert E Howard's classic horror story adapted for comics by Joe R Lansdale”

  1. Tony Moore says:

    it’s a helluva package. Lansdale’s great, and Fox is a daredevil with the brush. i really enjoyed it.

    -T

  2. mortis says:

    Months old, but GREAT series. I’ll generally buy anything Lansdale does sight-unseen, and am still holding out for a Hap & Leonard movie. (…and he’s a local, so i’m quick to promote anything he does!) He also did “Conan & the Songs of the Dead” with Tim Truman a while back, which was great as well.

    ^m^

  3. chroma says:

    How does it compare to the 1988 graphic novel adaptation?

  4. Anonymous says:

    My friend Steve and I were so taken by the name Pigeons From Hell, that we started our first band with the name back in 1988. Funny we never read the Graphoc novel, didnt have the money to buy it form the Bud Plant catalog…heres a few of our rediculous “songs” ytou can download for free : Pezz people: http://www.yumfactory.com/empty3s/track21.html
    Kiwi Fruit: http://www.yumfactory.com/empty3s/track14.html
    Bush Bash: http://www.yumfactory.com/empty3s/track8.html
    - Attaboy

  5. Charles Guarino says:

    Looks good to me. Lansdale rocks. I’m a big-time Hap and Leonard fan as well… can’t believe it was 8 years between H&L books!

  6. Vanwall says:

    Anyone interested in this story should see the 1961 “Thriller” TV adaptation, with a Boris Karloff introduction, and Brandon De Wilde as the survivor – it’s a great adaptation, and some of the best horror ever on broadcast TV.

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