spookshowvixens:

A few of the covers to some of the novels in the “Frankenstein Horror Series”.  I’m not sure how much this series had to do with Frankenstein or his monster other than a few books focusing on them.  Instead, the rest seem to be tales of mad science, the living dead and evil curses.

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theomeganerd:

Classic Video Games As Goosebump Covers

Featuring - Silent Hill, BioShock, Resident Evil, Tomb Raider, & Clock Tower

by If It Were Stine via Screenburn

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pixiekristoff:

 Do you quarrel, sir? 

Quarrel, sir? NoooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO , sir.

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eatingsoapboxes said: how is this? i like the author, his zombie books are delightfully bleak

So far not a lot of action and kind of trying to emulate Stephen King’s “reminiscing old codger” style a bit much, but I’m only a couple dozen pages in.  I’m assuming he’ll hit his stride once the giant killer worms show up;

What I started reading today because I am making the best life decisions.

What I started reading today because I am making the best life decisions.

uirukii said: Javert finding his hat full of piggies. 8D

irenydrawsdeadpeople:

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As far as ridiculous horror goes, though, you absolutely cannot beat Sarrantonio’s Skeletons, which is of course about all the earth’s skeletons rising to fight the living and each other.  You’ve got Skeleton Abraham Lincoln trying to rule the skeleton mobs from the White House as the skeletons of all the other world leaders oppose him.  You’ve got the skeletons of rock forming the ultimate comeback tour.  You’ve got Skeleton Ernest Hemingway fishing for Skeleton Plesiosaurs.
If the phrase “Skeleton Ernest Hemingway fishing for Skeleton Plesiosaurs” doesn’t do it for you, I do not know why you are even here.

As far as ridiculous horror goes, though, you absolutely cannot beat Sarrantonio’s Skeletons, which is of course about all the earth’s skeletons rising to fight the living and each other.  You’ve got Skeleton Abraham Lincoln trying to rule the skeleton mobs from the White House as the skeletons of all the other world leaders oppose him.  You’ve got the skeletons of rock forming the ultimate comeback tour.  You’ve got Skeleton Ernest Hemingway fishing for Skeleton Plesiosaurs.

If the phrase “Skeleton Ernest Hemingway fishing for Skeleton Plesiosaurs” doesn’t do it for you, I do not know why you are even here.

Literally buying this right now though

Literally buying this right now though

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indigobluerose:

openbookstore:

So dramatic!

This has made me laugh really loudly, twice.

indigobluerose:

openbookstore:

So dramatic!

This has made me laugh really loudly, twice.

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Tags: library books

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