Dirk Manning, the writer/creator of NIGHTMARE WORLD enters the Outhouse to read from the Necronomicon!
Dirk Manning, the writer/creator of NIGHTMARE WORLD (now published by Image Comics/Shadowline and was parodied in the 10/27/10 episode of South Park*) enters the Outhouse this Halloween night to read from the dreaded and forbidden Necronomicon! And that's not even close to what the Church Chat folk will think is the most offensive part of the show! We REALLY earn our EXPLICIT rating on this one. Not an episode to be listening to when the kids or any one that is easily offended is around. Even the Crossdressing-Wallstreet Pirate lobby will be up in arms over this episode. Yes, the episode is that funny!
Though if you make it through the first twenty minutes of the show without wanting to amend the first amendment of the constitution just to shut us up, Dirk Manning also talks about his resent comic book convention adventures, does some serious commentary about why Hollywood and the game industry are taking up a lot of space at cons, and talks about the response he's gotten to Nightmare World Volume 2 (now on the shelves!). Dirk also reveals what might be amonge his next projects. Click on the following links to download to the show.
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About Dirk Manning:
Dirk Manning is the writer/creator of NIGHTMARE WORLD (now published by Image Comics/Shadowline), the writer/co-creator of FARSEEKER with Len O'Grady (published online as part of the ACT-I-VATE webcomics collective) and the author of the inspirational how-to column "Write or Wrong" at www.Newsarama.com . He lives on the Internet. Cthulhu is his homeboy.
*We have no conformation as to if Southpark was parodying Nightmare World or the Necronomicon when on their 10/27/10 episode, but we will assume it was Nightmare World until the creators of Southpark come on the show and tell us otherwise.
And a very special thanks to Starlord for setting up the interview and his but for being a good sport about being the but of most of the jokes.
Written or Contributed by: ProzacMan