elcome to the Digital Meltd0wn Music Blog. The aim of this blog is to introduce the readers to music that is out of print, commercially unavailable, released under a creative commons license, or with approval by the featured artist. The majority of the music posted here would be considered underground. Don't let that fool you into thinking that the music featured here might be any less enjoyable than that of the mainstream artists you hear on the radio, as this couldn't be further from the truth.
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This will be my last post for the 2010 Halloween Countdown. It is after midnight where I'm at, which means that Halloween is technically over, but I'm one of those people who don't consider it to be over with until I finally close my eyes and go to sleep, which means that you all get one more horror-inspired post for the night. Please be sure to check out my "Post-Halloween Countdown Report" that I plan to post tomorrow. There are a few announcements I would like to make regarding my plans for the blog during November and December, as well as a few people that I would like to thank. I've had a lot of fun posting horror-related material all month long, and having the chance to interact with many of you in the process. I would like to thank both contributors and visitors alike for helping to make Digital Meltd0wn's 2010 Halloween Countdown one kick-ass event.
Those of you who follow this blog regularly should know by now that I'm a huge Lovecraft fan. In fact, I plan to put together an index of all my Lovecraftian posts next month so that you can easily find any Lovecraft-related item you might happen to be looking for here. I plan to create a "master index", as well as a sub-index for each medium, such as one for audiobooks, e-books, etc. I also plan to make a major announcement next month that will hopefully excite Lovecraft fans everywhere, so you may want to keep an eye out for that. I recently started posting the occasional digital comic download here on the blog, due in part to my own recently renewed interest in comics, as well as the unexpected interest expressed by many of the visitors here.
"H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu: The Festival" was a three part mini-series published by Millennium Productions in 1993. It is based on H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos and follows the perils faced by a group of investigators called the Mistkatonic Project. Unfortunately Millennium Comics closed its doors for good in 2000, inevitably making this comic out of print. Millennium was well known for releasing one-shots, graphic novels and mini-series, rather than primarily focusing on continuing series as most comic publishers tend to do. In addition to Cthulhu: The Festival, Millennium also released two other mini-series based on the works of H.P. Lovecraft, including "H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu" three part mini-series (1991) and "H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu: Whisperer In Darkness" 3 issue mini-series (1991). For more H.P. Lovecraft comic goodness, check out my H.P. Lovecraft Comic Book & Graphic Novel post here: http://digitalmeltd0wn.blogspot.com/2008/10/hp-lovecraft-comic-books-graphic-novels.html
Year of Release: 1993-1994 Publisher: Millennium Productions Genre: Horror, Science-Fiction Format: .cbr (Comic Book Reader file)