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Dec 14, 2013


In this, our final episode of the Clive Barker Podcast for 2013 (probably) Ryan and Jose talk with Mark Miller, Vice President of Clive Barker’s Seraphim Inc.  Skype played a trick on us, in that Mark was experiencing about a 5 second delay after Jose and I would talk. We tried to cut out these pauses from the episode, but some of that awkwardness bleeds through.  We’ve been trying to get Mark on the Podcast for a while now, and when we finally do, Skype acts like a jerk.  Anyway, we talk about a lot of upcoming projects such as the  Nightbreed Extended Cut by Shout! Factory, Hellraiser Comic, Next Testament, Thief of Always Movie.  Don’t miss it!

Show Notes:


Unabridged Audible Thief of Always:
Next Testament #6 December 18 :
Hellraiser The Dark Watch #11 December 18
Live Painting Zoomen Bert Green 2006:
Vestamenti: Hellbound Hearts Cover
Thief of Always on Audible
Clive’s announcement on facebook that he had a conversation with Bob Weinstein:
It turns out the first ever book I got signed by Clive Barker, I gave away here on the Podcast, since it was a paperback.  Here’s a picture from my second signing for Thief of Always, in Seattle.  At this signing, buying a book from Golden Age Collectibles in the Pike Place Market got you a place in line, and a ticket for the Clive Barker Q&A where he read the first chapter of the book.  It was amazing.


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