SILENCE! #Mark Stafford

August 29th, 2022

You wanna know about Mark Stafford, almost from birth until now? He’s the sort of guy that people say things like ”Mark Stafford is the greatest artist you’ve never heard of” about. Press play to hear Mark Stafford talk to a completely naked Gary Lactus about Ronald Searle, Empusa, The Comic Creators Guild, Brian Talbot, Cherubs, The Man Who Laughs, David Hine, Liphook, the strange tale of Magdalena Solis, The Bad Bad Place, Mark’s Emerald Helicopter of Success, the upcoming Salmonella Smorgasbord and why oh why can’t we all just call comic books and graphic novels Irresponsible Pictures instead. This is THE podcast for all of your Mark Stafford needs.

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SILENCE! #305

August 27th, 2022

OVER MY SHOULDER, OLDER AND OLDER, THAT’S WHAT I TOLD YA, OVER AND OVER

Well, well, well if it isn’t Gary Lactus and The Beast Must Die crawling back on their knees, begging forgiveness for missing a week of the world’s otherwise most reliable podcast.  Angry hoards of ex listeners have verbally and physically assaulted the punctual pair, blaming them for all manner of important, missed appointments because they set their watches to SILENCE!’s famous regularity.

Thankfully, that’s all over now and the two men are back to perform that most incredible feat, talking about stuff.  Stuff like Small Press Day at Gosh, and people like Sean Azzopardi, Molly Stocks, Mark Stafford, Douglas Noble and Fraser Geesin and Dan Cox’s comic, Jeff.

Gareth Hopkinskickstarter, Explosive Sweet Freezer Razors gets a shout too.

Then it’s off to The Reviewniverse, with Counterfeit Girl, Geezer, John’s Worth and Marvel’s adaptation of Dune

Wrapping up, The Beast has watched The Boys and She Hulk and Gary has been listening to The Blindboy Podcast

There’s probably more that I’ve forgotten but you can find out what that is by listening… NOW!


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This edition of SILENCE! is proudly sponsored by the greatest comics shop on the planet, DAVE’S COMICS of Brighton. It’s also sponsored the greatest comics shop on the planet GOSH! Comics of London.

SILENCE! #Paul John Milne

July 6th, 2022

Oh, The Beast Must Die is a busy busy beast, so Gary Lactus presents…
THE PAUL JON MILNE STORY!
Starring Jon Paul Milne playing the role of Paul Jon Milne. We learn the startling origin of Paul Jon Milne, relive Paul Jon Milne’s greatest triumphs whilst learning Paul John Milne’s darkest secrets and arrive at Paul Jon Milne’s new art book, CREEP HEAP.  It’s the role Jon Paul Milne was born to play.

There’s also talk of Transformers, Doctor Strange, The sweet spot of Marvel’s 90s output and jocks for hire.

Buy Paul Jon Milne products from his Etsy store
Buy Fraser Geesin’s products and services from his website
Buy Dan White’s stuff from his website

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The Savage Beast podcadst: The Savage Best #1

In this short sharp shock of an episode we discuss the first entry in the Saveg Beast official canon:

The Ritual (David Bruckner, 2017)

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SILENCE! #304

June 3rd, 2022

I CAN THINK OF NO WHERE I WOULD RATHER BE, READING MORNING PAPERS, DRINKING MORNING TEA

No blurb this week as we’re all swarming around the centre of the hive, desperately hoping to mate with the Queen.

As we all know, some weeks are longer than other weeks and it really has been a particularly long week since last week’s episode.  Despite this and even though The Beast Must Die has covid we still managed a pod like particularly brave soldiers.

Soldier Gary Lactus sliced his thumb quite badly but still managed to get to Who Am I Now, the exhibition of paintings by Glyn Dillon.

Soldier The Beast Must Die saw Doctor Strange: Marble Madness!. He didn’t like it and on the podcast he doesn’t like it for a long time. Delicious!

Let’s go now to Reviewniverse, with Captain Britain, Light Brigade, Statics and Omege The Unknown of course.

Seeing us out it’s a reckymend of Paul O’Connell and Rhys Wooten‘s No Garnish podcast and The Beast Must Die’s experience at Steve Walsh’s Memorial.

Farewell, friends.


 

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You can support us using Patreon if you like.

This edition of SILENCE! is proudly sponsored by the greatest comics shop on the planet, DAVE’S COMICS of Brighton. It’s also sponsored the greatest comics shop on the planet GOSH! Comics of London.

The cult film podcast with Mat Colegate (aka Lord Nuneaton Savage) & Dan White (aka The Beast Must Die).

The Savage Beast no.21: Wizards of Gore

In this latest episode we’re discussing a topic very near ot our collective heart – GORE! In a truly epic episode, we’re discussing a whole plethora of visceral treats and filmic grue, based around the following newly minted cateGOREies:

  • Kinder-Gore
  • Devastating gore
  • Fist-pump Gore
  • Surreal Gore
  • Transform-a-Gore

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SILENCE! #303

April 13th, 2022

OH MOTHER DEAR WE SADLY FEAR THAT WE HAVE SOILED OUR MITTENS

Another week, another blurb. People often ask, “Hey! How do you keep your blurbs so fresh and new, week in, week out? It’s amazing! You’re amazing! How can I be like you?”. Well, we here at SILENCE! Blurb Inc. are tired of this question. So tired in fact that we’re now offering our SILENCE! Blurb Writing Masterclass. Learn from the best to realise your potential in the lucrative field of Blubcraft. Packed with high profile contributions from Todd Carty on how to find inspiration, Danny Dyer on the impact of brevity and Neil Gaiman on the power of blurbs. Send your £500 to the usual address.

The tired dads return and Gary’s been selling off parts of his collection! Both Gary Lactus and The Beast Must Die have been guesting on Shelf Dust Presents The War EffortThe Beast has been enjoying Paul Morley’s biography of Tony Wilson and the surprisingly heavy inclusion of Kieron Gillen therein.  There’s a non-review of The Eternals and chitter-chatter regarding the SILENCE! Juniors’ emergent relationship with super heroes and Gary’s quest for space.

Sadmin.  The tragic loss of Steve Walsh and Garry Leach.

The chaps pick themselves up with the exciting birth of Dark and Golden and the peculiar pleasure of comics speculation.

Off, down and away into The Reviewniverse with Mek Memoirs, Kamen Rider, The X-Cellent, Orphan and the Five Beasts, Step By Bloody Step, a comic called Uncanny X-Men and The Sharkfighters of course.

Then with a yawn we learn that Fraser Geesin will be at the Brighton Illustration Fair on Sunday 1st May, The Beast went to the London Comic Mart and that finding your own comics for sale secondhand really makes you feel like you’ve made it.


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You can support us using Patreon if you like.

This edition of SILENCE! is proudly sponsored by the greatest comics shop on the planet, DAVE’S COMICS of Brighton. It’s also sponsored the greatest comics shop on the planet GOSH! Comics of London.

The cult film podcast with Mat Colegate (aka Lord Nuneaton Savage) & Dan White (aka The Beast Must Die).

The Savage Beast no.20: Man Vs Nature

In this latest episode we take a look at a selection of films looking at the eternal conflict between mankind and that big green mother that’s red in tooth and claw, nature. Films discussed include

  • Rituals (Peter Carter, 1977)
  • The Long Weekend (Colin Eggleston, 1978)
  • Wild Beasts (Franco E Prosperi, 1984)
  • Hold The Dark (Jeremy Saulnier, 2018)

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SILENCE! #302

February 23rd, 2022

LET’S GO TO MISTERLAND, THE LAND OF MAGIC

You have passed the final test. Welcome… to TEAM BASTARD FORCE!  We are an elite team of men, dedicated to protecting the patriarchy at any cost!  Over there is The Ab, whose might always makes right!  This is the mysterious Explaino!  Who knows where from where his opinions hail but they are always right.  Be careful now, don’t get too close to the surly Incedible Sulk, who can slowly crush any opponent’s will to live.  I am your heroic leader, Mister Right.  I sit on my all-powerful Testosterthrone and direct proceedings.  Now, new recruit, I am entrusting you with the highest responsibility a man can shoulder… you shall be… PROTECTOR OF THE BLURB!!!

YOU WANT A PODCAST WHERE TWO PALS TALK ABOUT COMICS AND CHILDREN’S BOOKS FRO THE 70s IN DIFFERENT LOCATIONS OVER THREE NONCONSECUTIVE DAYS?!  YOU GOT A PODCAST WHERE TWO PALS TALK ABOUT COMICS AND CHILDREN’S BOOKS FRO THE 70s IN DIFFERENT LOCATIONS OVER THREE NONCONSECUTIVE DAYS!!

The men kick off with a couple of separate pond adventures and some mourning over Ian Kennedy and Neighbours.

Into the reviewniverse with Dave Cooper’s Mud Bite, A Walk Through Hell, Good Boy Magazine, Grendel: Devil’s Odyssey, Hannah Berry’s Livestock and Deathlok of course!

The Beast Must Die gets the telling-off from Pat Mills that comes to everyone in time.

Then it’s time for the brand new podcast-within-a-podcast, Men On Men.  This week, Gary Lactus and The Beast Must Die look at the first two Mr. Men books, Mr. Tickle and Mr. Greedy.

See you next week!

 

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@thebeastmustdie

[email protected]

You can support us using Patreon if you like.

This edition of SILENCE! is proudly sponsored by the greatest comics shop on the planet, DAVE’S COMICS of Brighton. It’s also sponsored the greatest comics shop on the planet GOSH! Comics of London.