Tag: Mike Mignola

Episode 335: Merrick, The Sensational Elephantman

Recorded on October 2, 2016. Episode 335: Merrick, The Sensational Elephantman Joseph Merrick: The Elephantman fights the occult, in a Victorian comic book tale of gin joints, black magic and carnival freaks. Music by The Melvins and Mastodon Check out Jason’s site, Eric’s site, and the entire Gutter Trash Podcasting Network. Email Eric or Jason. …

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Episode 305: Frankenstein Underground

Recorded on October 29, 2015. Episode 305: Frankenstein Underground After a fight with Hellboy, Frankenstein’s monster escapes the terrible Mexican laboratory where he was imprisoned and discovers strange creatures beneath the desert, where he’ll learn some of the greatest secrets of the mystical world. Music by The Melvins and Manray Check out Jason’s site, Eric’s …

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Episode 173: Triumph and Torment

Recorded on March 19, 2012. Episode 173: Triumph and Torment Music by Sepultura, Black Wolf Fight and Mastodon Check out Jason’s site, Eric’s site, Ok, PANIC!, League Night, and The Savage FINcast. Email Eric or Jason. Time – 77:53 min. / File Size – 37mb Subscribe via RSS Subscribe via iTunes http://media.blubrry.com/gutter_trash/p/www.guttertrash.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/gt173.mp3Podcast: Play in new …

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Episode 82 : Lobster Johnson

Recorded on June 13, 2010. This week on Gutter Trash, we review Mike Mignola’s Hellboy spin-off, Lobster Johnson. Episode 82: Lobster Johnson Music by Legbone, Black Wolf Fight and Anamanaguchi. Check out Jason’s site, Eric’s site and our art group, Ok, PANIC!. Email Eric or Jason. Episode 82 / Time – 72:10 min. / File …

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Episode 47: Jenny Finn

Recorded on October 1, 2009. And… Take Two. This is absolutely the best experience we’ve ever had recording an episode. We reviewed Mike Mignola’s quirky Jenny Finn, we’re drunk off our asses, and good goddamn, we brought the fuckin’ funny. Until I deleted the first half of the episode. We re-recorded it, it’s not as …

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