But I would point out that books are special, books are the way we talk to generations that have not turned up yet. The fact that we can actually, essentially communicate with the people in ancient Egypt, people in Rome and Greece, people in ancient Britain, people in New York in the 1920s who can communicate to us and change the way we think, and change the things that we believe.
Works by Godmachine.
Anyone play Betrayal at House on the Hill? Well, the game is full of little cardboard chits and tokens for a nermuous amout of creatures and characters. I recently accuired a 500 piece collection of HorrorClix and I’ve decided to chop them off their bases and glue them to standard bases to use in Betrayal at House on the Hill
in place of the cardboard tokens. Pimpin it up!
Tales from the Crypt, 1964.
The Devil’s Generation.