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If the title weren't already (sort of) taken, "There and Back Again" would be a fitting headline for the career of both Dave Wyndorf and his erstwhile epithet Monster Magnet. It's been a wild road for the man and band, emerging from the woods of New Jersey to achieve momentary super stardom, and finally settle into a career groove. Wyndorf, as ever, is making the music he wants, and after several long tours of Europe, the musician, songwriter and comic book aficionado is gearing up to return Stateside for the time in ten years. Following the release of the appropriately contemplative and personal "Last Patrol," Dave Wyndorf sat down with us to talk all things music, the current state of rock, Monster Magnet, comic books and Roger Corman. Read on:

White Devil #1
Writers: Matt Evans, Andrew Helinski
Artist: Nate Burns
Publisher: Self published

With the recent movie hit ‘Magic Mike’ and the literary sensation ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ series, newcomers Matt Evans and Andrew Helinski (along with artist Nate Burns) give us a timely play on the bored housewife trope that seems to be sweeping the nation.

Judy is said bored housewife, who lives with her unremarkable nuclear family in a sleepy backwoods Alabama town. Although she is more or less happy, and has little excuse to feel depressed, she is nonetheless empty and unfulfilled.

“Zombie Terrors” #1, May 2012
Writers: Frank Forte ”Beheaded”, Royal McGraw “Feast”, Doug Williams “Hate”
Artists: Frank Forte “Beheaded”, Adauto Silva “Feast”, Doug Williams “Hate”
Publisher: Asylum Press

Welcome to the recently rebooted Comics Creepshow! Now on every Wednesday - which for all you non fanboys is New Comic Book day - I will give you a rundown of three or four of the biggest horror comic releases just hitting the stands. From time to time I'll also be talking about some trade news, and whatever titles I happen to be reading. This week is the perfect week to change format, since quite a few high quality books are coming out. Let’s get to it:

GROOM LAKE : (Issue One) Written by Chris Ryall ; Art By Ben Temple smith ; Published by IDW Publishing

In the event that you live in a cave, or under a rock, you know full well that this past weekend marked the release of Zack Snyder's "Watchmen". The internet is a buzz with post viewing talk and for myself, I feel the need to join them!