Is it worth pointing out that only the first of these ever took place in a treehouse?
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Gail Simone's critically-acclaimed horror series of monsters living among us!
A short-lived, but classic 50s horror anthology!
The final issues of the main series of Action Labs' Puppet Master comics!
So how did comics celebrate Halloween's 30th anniversary?
The origin of one of Marvel's original horror characters!
A DC anthology full of ghosts and burglars!
Time-travelling cenobites - a common element one would see in Hellraiser.
A pirate story of ghosts and greed!
Edited with different music a few hours later because ContentID on Royalty free music yaaaaay!
An anthology of stories featuring various different kinds of monsters!
A dark fairy tale of blood and monsters and cats.
We return to Jacob Russell and the Werewolf by Night as he must contend with a sorceress!
In another Crow miniseries, one must wonder what can be done when the one responsible for the Crow's death is legitimately repentant about it.
Time for some more fun with the finest in illustrated horror!
WARNING: This episode touches on the subject of sexual assault.
One of DC's Hill House horror comics focusing on a small town and the strange, terrible things happening in it!!
A story from Vincent Price Presents that would have made a great Hammer Horror movie!
An adaptation of a classic episode of the Twilight Zone!
Let's start looking back more often at Marvel's horror characters with the Living Mummy!
Time for a collection of Junji Ito short stories!
DC's belated answer to Marvel Zombies starts off this year's Longbox!
What's happening in October?
NOTE: The pilot of Late Night Double Feature was INTENDED to be put in place of an AT4W episode in September. Because of all the delays, that plan is currently out the window and the new plan is for it to premiere as a side video. If the workload for everything in October becomes too much, it might act as a substitute for an AT4W episode as originally intended.
Mr. T once took a side gig as the Kool-Aid Man.
Detective Firefighter is on the case!
Aliens, Nazis, blimps, demons… you know – the usual stuff you’d find in a comic about slot cars.
"I'm totally a good guy! That's why I'm using the name of a well-known villain!"
Providing such useful insights about ninjas like “they camouflage.”
It's that time again!
Longbox of the Damned Logo: http://atopthefourthwall.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Longbox-of-the-damned.png
LET US NEVER SPEAK OF THIS AGAIN.
Lois Lane: great ruiner of everyone's lives.
How to solve large-scale issues of fascism? Magic.
A calm and rational discussion on who to blame during times of strife.
This is the worst kept secret Marvel has ever done.
Is there a crisis if time no longer exists?
It's called this because they had zero hours to properly plan it.
Voyage AWAY from Venus, Voyage BACK to Venus...
Voyage to Venus, Crash on Venus, Walk across Venus...
The heartwarming tale of a giant mechanical dragon mourning for his lost friend by destroying monsters.
"Better kill all these scientists. It's not like we're going to be building a second death star!"
Maybe you shouldn't bring guys called "Death Troopers" if you want to take people alive?
From my point of view, the opera was really good and Palpatine just had terrible taste.
"I AM THE YOUTUBE!"
This story was the chosen one! It was meant to bring balance to the prequel trilogy, not leave it in darkness!
In which lightsabers are waved around.
Wherein the problem is the stuff that's not in the movie.
We're going to need some death sticks to get through this.
Darth Maul was really a cut above the rest.
A discussion of why Jar Jar doesn't work and dispelling a common criticism of the prequels.
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