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    Doris V. Sutherland

    Horror historian, animation addict and tubular transdudette. Catch me on Twitter @dorvsutherland, or view my blog at dorisvsutherland.wordpress.com. If you like my writing enough to fling money my way, then please visit patreon.com/dorvsutherland.

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  • The Vampyre’s Legacy, Part 6: An Occult Dawn

    The Vampyre’s Legacy, Part 6: An Occult Dawn0

    In 1897, Dracula had successfully transported the vampire from a hazy Gothic past to turn-of-the-century London – and it is quite possible that the Count would have found himself at home. After all, he arrived just in time to see a rising interest in occultism that occurred during the late Victorian and Edwardian eras.

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  • 2019 Hugo Award Reviews: Short Stories

    2019 Hugo Award Reviews: Short Stories0

    The 2019 Hugo Awards are scheduled to be presented in August at the Dublin Worldcon. Many fans of SF/F are awaiting the big day, all the while eagerly reading and evaluating this year’s finalists. As per annual tradition, I will be joining in with a series of reviews covering the Short Story, Novelette, Novella and

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  • Britain Versus Aliens in Invasion 1984!

    Britain Versus Aliens in Invasion 1984!0

    Invasion 1984! Alan Grant and John Wagner (script), Eric Bradbury (art), various (lettering) Treasury of British Comics/Rebellion May 2019 A stablemate to the legendary 2000 AD, Battle was a weekly anthology that aimed to kick new life into the traditional British war comic. During its run from 1975 to 1988, it tried a number of

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  • The Vampyre’s Legacy, Part 5: Enter Count Dracula

    The Vampyre’s Legacy, Part 5: Enter Count Dracula0

    The 1890s were a bountiful decade for vampire literature. This was the period that saw the publication of James Maclaren Cobban’s Master of his Fate (1890), E. E. Baldwin’s The Strange Story of Dr. Senex (1891), Cora Lin Daniels’ Sardia (1891), Julien Gordon’s Vampires (1891), Florence Marryat’s The Blood of the Vampire (1897), and Thaddeus

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