Howdy there, Scream Freaks! You remember that scene in Disney’s Pinocchio when he told a lie and staked some blood thirsty vampires with his phallic nose? No? But you gotta admit, it sounds pretty cool, right? Well, thanks to writer Van Jensen and artist Dusty Higgins, we twisted horror obsessed weirdoes get to enjoy such perverse entertainment through their unique take on a classic tale, Pinocchio, Vampire Slayer!


We came face to face with Van Jensen himself in the Crosslands and it was a real treat. He gives the skinny low down on how this Buffy meets a wooden boy mish mash came to see the light of day and provides some insight to the literary side of the comic biz with his current stint writing Green Lantern Corps and The Flash for DC Comics! Fairy tales, monsters, and super heroes? What can’t this guy write? Click HERE to read our interview in our Graphic Headstone Blog!

As for other updates, we’re continuing to gear up for our newest season of Screaming Soup! and working on more of the secondary videos during the holiday break. Look forward to more Screaming Soup! Presents, Re-Animated Reviews, and a special Graphic Violence that will review the Army of Darkness comics in time for the new Evil Dead TV show coming to Starz in 2015 starring the king himself, Bruce Campbell! In the meantime, we’re reaching out to more creative minds we think you might enjoy us interviewing and will do our best to keep that up through the break.

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