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Kolchak The Night Stalker: The Lovecraftian Horror

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After 30 years, it's finally time for the first meeting between Carl Kolchak, the Nightstalker, and the black and evil horror which is the Cthulhu Mythos, H.P. Lovecraft's enduring world of gods and monsters! Kolchak has seen it all, from vampires and zombies to witches, ghosts and even the minions of Hell, itself. By rights, nothing should shake this indomitable reporter

Paperback, 96 pages
Published June 5th 2007 by Moonstone
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I ordered this book back in November 2006. Well, as we all know, publication dates for small presses can be rather fluid. From the outset I'll let you know my biases: I've never been a Kolchak fan at all except for the old TV series from a decade or so ago. I am, however, a CJ Henderson fan all the way, and a bigger fan of mythos fiction, which is why I ordered the book.

Some housekeeping: The publisher is Moonstone. Total page count was 96, all text and pictures. And what art work! The illustrat
Great book. I only found this because I'm reading the Kolchak: The Night Stalker novel that C.J. Henderson also wrote. Two FBI agents in the book made their first appearances in The Lovecraftian Horror. Henderson also wrote a fun series of books under the pseudonym Robert Morgan about a down-on-his-luck New York private investigator turned monster slayer named Teddy London who took on a Lovecraftian menace in the first book. It was nice seeing that referenced in this book since I was a huge fan ...more
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Loved it, especially the shout out Kolchak gives to Paddy Moran and Bulfinche's Pub from my Murphy's Lore books!
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CJ Henderson is the creator of both the Jack Hagee hardboiled PI series and the Teddy London supernatural detective series. He is also the author of The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction Movies, several score novels, plus hundreds of short stories and thousands of non-fiction pieces. In the wonderful world of comics he has written everything from Batman an
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