The Horror Crossover Encyclopedia
Robert E. Wronski Jr.
Introductions, Prefaces, and Sundry by Dynamo Mars, James Bojaciuk, & Ivan Ronald Schablotski
The Ultimate Guide to Horror Easter Eggs
You know Abbot and Costello met Frankenstein, and Freddy met Jason. You know all the monsters met for a mad, mad party and Scooby-Doo met Mr. Hyde. You even know when Hellboy punched out the Great Old Ones and Sherlock Holmes aided in cleansing Dracula from the earth.
But did you know all of the references in Joss Whedon’s Cabin in the Woods, or just what obscure horrors Warren Ellis’ Planetary hinted at, or who everyone was in Kim Newman’s Anno Dracula? Did you know about the mosic made from Stephen King’s novels, or all the easter eggs hidden in Carnacki the Ghost-Finder’s many adventures?
Robert E. Wronski Jr. knows, and he is delighted to share. From his secret library of notes, he brings you an encyclopedia dedicated to chronicles these stories: recording the myriad easter eggs and hints that not only catalogue a history of influence and homage, but a secret secondary world that ties together everything from the Invisible Man to Ghostbusters, or H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos to Aliens.
Featuring an all-new preface from Trick or Treat Radio’s Dynamo Mars, as well as appreciations from James Bojaciuk and Ivan Ronald Schablotski.